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Interests: Music: Led Zeppelin, Rush, Pink Floyd, The Who, Yes, Queen, Aerosmith, Edgar Winter Group, The Beatles, etc.
Date Signed Up:3/12/2012
Last Login:6/22/2012
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#836 - We need some funk in here. 06/09/2012 on The Test 0
#135 - Well, every time he'd try to speak to everyone, he'd just get … 06/07/2012 on Pretend you're God 0
#176 - Dinkleberg.... 06/06/2012 on waffies's profile 0
#129 - Picture 04/22/2012 on fail +10
#298 - exactly. 04/21/2012 on Posting an opinion 0
#294 - Damn dude, my school promotes Darwinian Evolution, because Cat…  [+] (2 new replies) 04/21/2012 on Posting an opinion 0
User avatar #295 - richardastley (04/21/2012) [-]
It's important to learn Darwinian evolution, but the theory itself has been much further developed so that it is testable now. Back then, it wasn't really something we could falsify.
User avatar #298 - smeckledorfed (04/21/2012) [-]
exactly.
#286 - I also can tell if someone is just part of a religion because …  [+] (4 new replies) 04/21/2012 on Posting an opinion 0
User avatar #291 - richardastley (04/21/2012) [-]
Meh. Like I said before, I don't really care whether God exists, so I can't really ask people to explain why they do or don't believe in God or to think about it a lot. I do hate it, however, when people have no clue what they're talking about when they explain why they believe in something. For example, most of the atheists I know have no knowledge of evolution past Darwinian evolution, yet they claim it's a better explanation than creationism, as if that's what it comes down to when they defend atheism. Darwin's original account of evolution wasn't stupid, but it wasn't a good scientific explanation of anything.
User avatar #294 - smeckledorfed (04/21/2012) [-]
Damn dude, my school promotes Darwinian Evolution, because Catholics believe, contrary to medial belief, that creationism is just a way to think of how the earth came about.
User avatar #295 - richardastley (04/21/2012) [-]
It's important to learn Darwinian evolution, but the theory itself has been much further developed so that it is testable now. Back then, it wasn't really something we could falsify.
User avatar #298 - smeckledorfed (04/21/2012) [-]
exactly.
#43 - I've known people of just about every major faith that has bee…  [+] (7 new replies) 04/21/2012 on Posting an opinion 0
User avatar #165 - mortality (04/21/2012) [-]
That's how I think. Blind faith annoys me, but if someone actually in depth what it is they believe and their reasons for believing it, then I have great respect for them. In most cases though, I know more about other people's religions than they do
User avatar #60 - richardastley (04/21/2012) [-]
Yeah I was the same way in high school. Went to a Catholic school and learned a lot about philosophy and other religions. It was pretty cool, but I sort of took a step back about believing in God and a bunch of other common religious beliefs and realized I just don't care if God exists. I kind of just go case by case when I'm dealing with moral issues. In most cases, my decision doesn't matter that much anyway.
User avatar #286 - smeckledorfed (04/21/2012) [-]
I also can tell if someone is just part of a religion because they wanted to be or they just wanted to benefit from or is too lazy to make their own decisions in life, which is selfish. I know some people don't care, but have a reason for it. I get sick of the people who claim to be an atheist at my school, and then don't supply a reason why other than to piss the teachers off. No one things your little scene is funny (for the guys) or cute (for the girls). You get what I mean?
User avatar #291 - richardastley (04/21/2012) [-]
Meh. Like I said before, I don't really care whether God exists, so I can't really ask people to explain why they do or don't believe in God or to think about it a lot. I do hate it, however, when people have no clue what they're talking about when they explain why they believe in something. For example, most of the atheists I know have no knowledge of evolution past Darwinian evolution, yet they claim it's a better explanation than creationism, as if that's what it comes down to when they defend atheism. Darwin's original account of evolution wasn't stupid, but it wasn't a good scientific explanation of anything.
User avatar #294 - smeckledorfed (04/21/2012) [-]
Damn dude, my school promotes Darwinian Evolution, because Catholics believe, contrary to medial belief, that creationism is just a way to think of how the earth came about.
User avatar #295 - richardastley (04/21/2012) [-]
It's important to learn Darwinian evolution, but the theory itself has been much further developed so that it is testable now. Back then, it wasn't really something we could falsify.
User avatar #298 - smeckledorfed (04/21/2012) [-]
exactly.
#29 - >I like classic rock and modern rock >I'm a conserva…  [+] (10 new replies) 04/21/2012 on Posting an opinion +12
User avatar #32 - mortality (04/21/2012) [-]
I've heard a hundred christians of various divisions say that they don't care what faith others are... then I mention satanism, and I find out they actually do care.
User avatar #41 - richardastley (04/21/2012) [-]
Most Christians think Satanism is just a response to Christianity used to worship evil and to do bad things.
User avatar #43 - smeckledorfed (04/21/2012) [-]
I've known people of just about every major faith that has been known in this country and people with the lack of, and I know really don't mind. I even go to a Catholic school, and I find most faiths to be very interesting, especially if they are dedicated.
User avatar #165 - mortality (04/21/2012) [-]
That's how I think. Blind faith annoys me, but if someone actually in depth what it is they believe and their reasons for believing it, then I have great respect for them. In most cases though, I know more about other people's religions than they do
User avatar #60 - richardastley (04/21/2012) [-]
Yeah I was the same way in high school. Went to a Catholic school and learned a lot about philosophy and other religions. It was pretty cool, but I sort of took a step back about believing in God and a bunch of other common religious beliefs and realized I just don't care if God exists. I kind of just go case by case when I'm dealing with moral issues. In most cases, my decision doesn't matter that much anyway.
User avatar #286 - smeckledorfed (04/21/2012) [-]
I also can tell if someone is just part of a religion because they wanted to be or they just wanted to benefit from or is too lazy to make their own decisions in life, which is selfish. I know some people don't care, but have a reason for it. I get sick of the people who claim to be an atheist at my school, and then don't supply a reason why other than to piss the teachers off. No one things your little scene is funny (for the guys) or cute (for the girls). You get what I mean?
User avatar #291 - richardastley (04/21/2012) [-]
Meh. Like I said before, I don't really care whether God exists, so I can't really ask people to explain why they do or don't believe in God or to think about it a lot. I do hate it, however, when people have no clue what they're talking about when they explain why they believe in something. For example, most of the atheists I know have no knowledge of evolution past Darwinian evolution, yet they claim it's a better explanation than creationism, as if that's what it comes down to when they defend atheism. Darwin's original account of evolution wasn't stupid, but it wasn't a good scientific explanation of anything.
User avatar #294 - smeckledorfed (04/21/2012) [-]
Damn dude, my school promotes Darwinian Evolution, because Catholics believe, contrary to medial belief, that creationism is just a way to think of how the earth came about.
User avatar #295 - richardastley (04/21/2012) [-]
It's important to learn Darwinian evolution, but the theory itself has been much further developed so that it is testable now. Back then, it wasn't really something we could falsify.
User avatar #298 - smeckledorfed (04/21/2012) [-]
exactly.
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