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Do I really have anything to say that doesn't sound Cliche? No I do not. Blah blah, individuality, blah blah, I'm cool, blah blah etc. This is the internet. Nobody gives a single blue fuck.

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#177 - I've read parts of them. Jesus also killed two birds with a sl…  [+] (3 new replies) 09/13/2012 on Overly attached jesus +1
User avatar #179 - Deeticky (09/13/2012) [-]
I completely agree with everything you said.

I have always used arguments about language and translation in my previous debates. My main point is that people take the Bible waaaaay too seriously.

Also, I respect your beliefs in a "higher power". I have no reason to believe that one doesn't exist like I have for the Christian god. I simply choose to believe that the burden of proof is on those who make claims, not those who deny them.

My point throughout this whole discussion has been that the Bible should not be used as a moral or ethical guide, because it can be interpreted too many ways. Very negative and harmful interpretations are fairly common, as I'm sure you know.
User avatar #181 - tonyromee (09/14/2012) [-]
My belief system, if forced into a set of rules/guidelins, would be:

-Don't kill unless in defense of others
-Don't steal unless necessary
-Try to be polite
-No matter where you are, or what you are doing, try to show dignity. Don't do sneaky or underhanded things or use tactics exemplefying those traits to get ahead, even in games.
-Do you best to not disrespect people for no reason. This encompasses the not stealing thing, and also rape/molestation.
-Be a good person inside and out, and you will have a shot at a good afterlife.
User avatar #182 - Deeticky (09/15/2012) [-]
Very nice set of beliefs. Not enough people in the world adhere to those kind of things!

Mine share some similarities with yours.

1: Do no harm. When harming another is unavoidable in order to keep ones self or one's community safe, then do as little harm as possible in order to achieve a virtuous outcome.

2: The well being of the community outweighs the well being of the individual.

3: Always seek to learn more. You can never know enough about the world or the universe. Never be satisfied with "how" when you can know "why". Always seek to encourage and help others to learn more. An educated society is a free society.

4: Greed is deadly, Generosity brings prosperity.

5: When another person is in danger, or in any kind of trouble, you are obligated to do everything you can to help them, as long as you are not unreasonably harming others or yourself in the process.

6: When someone does something kind for you, you are obligated to pay them back with kindness, or pay it forward to others.

7: Time is very limited and is not a resource to be wasted.

8: It is one's duty to control their negative emotions as much as they can, and seek help from others if they can't.

9: Never belittle someone else for the way they were born.

10: Respect those who came before. Be grateful to those who have contributed to society by honoring their memory.
#175 - My original argument was that Jesus said to love thy neighbor.…  [+] (5 new replies) 09/12/2012 on Overly attached jesus 0
User avatar #176 - Deeticky (09/13/2012) [-]
I'm an Atheist man. Arguing with people of faith is fun, when they don't get mad at you! Your heart and message are good, but I was just trying to argue that the problem isn't just with his followers, but with the bible too. It's statements are self contradictory, and therefore can be used in anyway one pleases.

Also, have you ever heard of the infancy gospel of Thomas? It was one of those Bible books that the early Roman Catholic Church decided not to put into the main Bible. In the book, Jesus kills a kid for just bumping into him!

"Jesus was provoked and said unto him, "Thou shalt not finish thy course." And immediately he fell down and died."
-- Infancy Gospel of Thomas 4:1
User avatar #177 - tonyromee (09/13/2012) [-]
I've read parts of them. Jesus also killed two birds with a slingshot when he was a kid. And he was married to mary magdalene. There were a bunch of books left out.

Of course, there is no evidence that anyone in the bible did anything that the bible said they did. I won't get angry, because I am not a person of faith, per se. I believe there is something bigger than myself, I am just not one to give it a name and tell others they are wrong. I believe that if you are going to talk about a religion, you should know what it is you are saying.


Now, knowing random quotes does one no good if one does not read the entire book to get the context of what was being said. A thing to remember is that the bible was not originally written in english, but in a mixture of hebrew and latin. Both of those languages are rather tricky to translate because of the cultural connotations of each one. For example, the word "Humilitat". The dictionary definition would be "Humility", but the word encompasses so much more than that. It also describes a sense of honor, and how good it is to be humble.

Hebrew is a language that is full of sarcasm. Half the words mean different things depending on how they are being used, and by whom. Translating that from Hebrew to Latin to Gaelic to Old English to Traditional English warped a few of the words to mean different things. If you spoke Hebrew, I would recommend you reading the torah in it's original context, then finding a manuscript of the bible in the original latin. It will change your perspective.

For example, the virgin mary. She was married to joseph before the immaculate conception. How many men do you know that would marry a woman, and not have sex with her, especially nearly 2100 years ago when women were basically property?

The word virgin, referred to whether or not they had given birth, not whether they had had sex. It's a very common misconception about conception.

Food for thought.
User avatar #179 - Deeticky (09/13/2012) [-]
I completely agree with everything you said.

I have always used arguments about language and translation in my previous debates. My main point is that people take the Bible waaaaay too seriously.

Also, I respect your beliefs in a "higher power". I have no reason to believe that one doesn't exist like I have for the Christian god. I simply choose to believe that the burden of proof is on those who make claims, not those who deny them.

My point throughout this whole discussion has been that the Bible should not be used as a moral or ethical guide, because it can be interpreted too many ways. Very negative and harmful interpretations are fairly common, as I'm sure you know.
User avatar #181 - tonyromee (09/14/2012) [-]
My belief system, if forced into a set of rules/guidelins, would be:

-Don't kill unless in defense of others
-Don't steal unless necessary
-Try to be polite
-No matter where you are, or what you are doing, try to show dignity. Don't do sneaky or underhanded things or use tactics exemplefying those traits to get ahead, even in games.
-Do you best to not disrespect people for no reason. This encompasses the not stealing thing, and also rape/molestation.
-Be a good person inside and out, and you will have a shot at a good afterlife.
User avatar #182 - Deeticky (09/15/2012) [-]
Very nice set of beliefs. Not enough people in the world adhere to those kind of things!

Mine share some similarities with yours.

1: Do no harm. When harming another is unavoidable in order to keep ones self or one's community safe, then do as little harm as possible in order to achieve a virtuous outcome.

2: The well being of the community outweighs the well being of the individual.

3: Always seek to learn more. You can never know enough about the world or the universe. Never be satisfied with "how" when you can know "why". Always seek to encourage and help others to learn more. An educated society is a free society.

4: Greed is deadly, Generosity brings prosperity.

5: When another person is in danger, or in any kind of trouble, you are obligated to do everything you can to help them, as long as you are not unreasonably harming others or yourself in the process.

6: When someone does something kind for you, you are obligated to pay them back with kindness, or pay it forward to others.

7: Time is very limited and is not a resource to be wasted.

8: It is one's duty to control their negative emotions as much as they can, and seek help from others if they can't.

9: Never belittle someone else for the way they were born.

10: Respect those who came before. Be grateful to those who have contributed to society by honoring their memory.
#216 - Picture 09/12/2012 on MFW the internet +1
#148 - Who are you trying to kid? Everybody here knows that the reaso… 09/12/2012 on Seriously FJ? -1
#173 - Verses in the bible. not versus directly quoting Jesus. The bi…  [+] (7 new replies) 09/12/2012 on Overly attached jesus 0
User avatar #174 - Deeticky (09/12/2012) [-]
I wouldn't go so far as to say he was FOR SURE not quoted in the Bible, but you're right in that we don't know for sure.

The problem I have with your argument is that it contradicts your original statement. How do we know that "Jesus pretty much said if you are a good person and treat everyone fairly, you have a shot at heaven." if we have no quotes?
User avatar #175 - tonyromee (09/12/2012) [-]
My original argument was that Jesus said to love thy neighbor. My second argument was a statement against your quotes.

Qualifier: There are no quotes from jesus stating that they had to love him. Of course, I realize I will never win an argument against someone with faith. They can respect my ideas and I can respect theirs, but we will both think the other is wrong. I probably shouldn't have posted in the first place
User avatar #176 - Deeticky (09/13/2012) [-]
I'm an Atheist man. Arguing with people of faith is fun, when they don't get mad at you! Your heart and message are good, but I was just trying to argue that the problem isn't just with his followers, but with the bible too. It's statements are self contradictory, and therefore can be used in anyway one pleases.

Also, have you ever heard of the infancy gospel of Thomas? It was one of those Bible books that the early Roman Catholic Church decided not to put into the main Bible. In the book, Jesus kills a kid for just bumping into him!

"Jesus was provoked and said unto him, "Thou shalt not finish thy course." And immediately he fell down and died."
-- Infancy Gospel of Thomas 4:1
User avatar #177 - tonyromee (09/13/2012) [-]
I've read parts of them. Jesus also killed two birds with a slingshot when he was a kid. And he was married to mary magdalene. There were a bunch of books left out.

Of course, there is no evidence that anyone in the bible did anything that the bible said they did. I won't get angry, because I am not a person of faith, per se. I believe there is something bigger than myself, I am just not one to give it a name and tell others they are wrong. I believe that if you are going to talk about a religion, you should know what it is you are saying.


Now, knowing random quotes does one no good if one does not read the entire book to get the context of what was being said. A thing to remember is that the bible was not originally written in english, but in a mixture of hebrew and latin. Both of those languages are rather tricky to translate because of the cultural connotations of each one. For example, the word "Humilitat". The dictionary definition would be "Humility", but the word encompasses so much more than that. It also describes a sense of honor, and how good it is to be humble.

Hebrew is a language that is full of sarcasm. Half the words mean different things depending on how they are being used, and by whom. Translating that from Hebrew to Latin to Gaelic to Old English to Traditional English warped a few of the words to mean different things. If you spoke Hebrew, I would recommend you reading the torah in it's original context, then finding a manuscript of the bible in the original latin. It will change your perspective.

For example, the virgin mary. She was married to joseph before the immaculate conception. How many men do you know that would marry a woman, and not have sex with her, especially nearly 2100 years ago when women were basically property?

The word virgin, referred to whether or not they had given birth, not whether they had had sex. It's a very common misconception about conception.

Food for thought.
User avatar #179 - Deeticky (09/13/2012) [-]
I completely agree with everything you said.

I have always used arguments about language and translation in my previous debates. My main point is that people take the Bible waaaaay too seriously.

Also, I respect your beliefs in a "higher power". I have no reason to believe that one doesn't exist like I have for the Christian god. I simply choose to believe that the burden of proof is on those who make claims, not those who deny them.

My point throughout this whole discussion has been that the Bible should not be used as a moral or ethical guide, because it can be interpreted too many ways. Very negative and harmful interpretations are fairly common, as I'm sure you know.
User avatar #181 - tonyromee (09/14/2012) [-]
My belief system, if forced into a set of rules/guidelins, would be:

-Don't kill unless in defense of others
-Don't steal unless necessary
-Try to be polite
-No matter where you are, or what you are doing, try to show dignity. Don't do sneaky or underhanded things or use tactics exemplefying those traits to get ahead, even in games.
-Do you best to not disrespect people for no reason. This encompasses the not stealing thing, and also rape/molestation.
-Be a good person inside and out, and you will have a shot at a good afterlife.
User avatar #182 - Deeticky (09/15/2012) [-]
Very nice set of beliefs. Not enough people in the world adhere to those kind of things!

Mine share some similarities with yours.

1: Do no harm. When harming another is unavoidable in order to keep ones self or one's community safe, then do as little harm as possible in order to achieve a virtuous outcome.

2: The well being of the community outweighs the well being of the individual.

3: Always seek to learn more. You can never know enough about the world or the universe. Never be satisfied with "how" when you can know "why". Always seek to encourage and help others to learn more. An educated society is a free society.

4: Greed is deadly, Generosity brings prosperity.

5: When another person is in danger, or in any kind of trouble, you are obligated to do everything you can to help them, as long as you are not unreasonably harming others or yourself in the process.

6: When someone does something kind for you, you are obligated to pay them back with kindness, or pay it forward to others.

7: Time is very limited and is not a resource to be wasted.

8: It is one's duty to control their negative emotions as much as they can, and seek help from others if they can't.

9: Never belittle someone else for the way they were born.

10: Respect those who came before. Be grateful to those who have contributed to society by honoring their memory.
#31 - Stupidity is everywhere. Faxanadu is a moron who doesn't even …  [+] (2 new replies) 09/12/2012 on Seriously FJ? 0
#140 - jallan (09/12/2012) [-]
But in all seriousness, the point of posting this was for entertainment purposes. If people agree, then Hell that's great, but can you really say it didn't at least occupy you to read it?
#148 - tonyromee (09/12/2012) [-]
Who are you trying to kid? Everybody here knows that the reason you posted this was to get some self gratification and to feel like you won the argument. The truth is, you both lost the argument. Him for being an idiot, you as soon as you posted a screenshot. Any point you might have had was lost when You posted it. Why? Because it makes you a faggot. You wanted thumbs from like-minded people, so you posted a screenshot. I said it was, at the very least, entertaining-albeit annoying.



YOU WILL NEVER WIN AN ARGUMENT WITH SOMEONE WHO THINKS THEY HAVE FAITH. OR A LACK OF FAITH. EVER. EVER. EEEEEEVVVVVER. EEEEEEEEEEEEVEEEERRRRR
#7 - Except Jesus pretty much said if you are a good person and tre…  [+] (9 new replies) 09/12/2012 on Overly attached jesus 0
User avatar #27 - Deeticky (09/12/2012) [-]
Debatable. There are verses in the Bible that say both things.

"He will render to each one according to his works: to those who by patience in well-doing seek for glory and honor and immortality, he will give eternal life; but for those who are self-seeking and do not obey the truth, but obey unrighteousness, there will be wrath and fury."

Romans 2:6-8 ESV

"He that believeth on him is not condemned: but he that believeth not is condemned already, because he hath not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God."

John 3:18
User avatar #173 - tonyromee (09/12/2012) [-]
Verses in the bible. not versus directly quoting Jesus. The bible was written by man. Man is not perfect, therefore, how could anything man does be perfect?

Jesus was not quoted anywhere in the bible, unless it was a revised and re-written bible.
User avatar #174 - Deeticky (09/12/2012) [-]
I wouldn't go so far as to say he was FOR SURE not quoted in the Bible, but you're right in that we don't know for sure.

The problem I have with your argument is that it contradicts your original statement. How do we know that "Jesus pretty much said if you are a good person and treat everyone fairly, you have a shot at heaven." if we have no quotes?
User avatar #175 - tonyromee (09/12/2012) [-]
My original argument was that Jesus said to love thy neighbor. My second argument was a statement against your quotes.

Qualifier: There are no quotes from jesus stating that they had to love him. Of course, I realize I will never win an argument against someone with faith. They can respect my ideas and I can respect theirs, but we will both think the other is wrong. I probably shouldn't have posted in the first place
User avatar #176 - Deeticky (09/13/2012) [-]
I'm an Atheist man. Arguing with people of faith is fun, when they don't get mad at you! Your heart and message are good, but I was just trying to argue that the problem isn't just with his followers, but with the bible too. It's statements are self contradictory, and therefore can be used in anyway one pleases.

Also, have you ever heard of the infancy gospel of Thomas? It was one of those Bible books that the early Roman Catholic Church decided not to put into the main Bible. In the book, Jesus kills a kid for just bumping into him!

"Jesus was provoked and said unto him, "Thou shalt not finish thy course." And immediately he fell down and died."
-- Infancy Gospel of Thomas 4:1
User avatar #177 - tonyromee (09/13/2012) [-]
I've read parts of them. Jesus also killed two birds with a slingshot when he was a kid. And he was married to mary magdalene. There were a bunch of books left out.

Of course, there is no evidence that anyone in the bible did anything that the bible said they did. I won't get angry, because I am not a person of faith, per se. I believe there is something bigger than myself, I am just not one to give it a name and tell others they are wrong. I believe that if you are going to talk about a religion, you should know what it is you are saying.


Now, knowing random quotes does one no good if one does not read the entire book to get the context of what was being said. A thing to remember is that the bible was not originally written in english, but in a mixture of hebrew and latin. Both of those languages are rather tricky to translate because of the cultural connotations of each one. For example, the word "Humilitat". The dictionary definition would be "Humility", but the word encompasses so much more than that. It also describes a sense of honor, and how good it is to be humble.

Hebrew is a language that is full of sarcasm. Half the words mean different things depending on how they are being used, and by whom. Translating that from Hebrew to Latin to Gaelic to Old English to Traditional English warped a few of the words to mean different things. If you spoke Hebrew, I would recommend you reading the torah in it's original context, then finding a manuscript of the bible in the original latin. It will change your perspective.

For example, the virgin mary. She was married to joseph before the immaculate conception. How many men do you know that would marry a woman, and not have sex with her, especially nearly 2100 years ago when women were basically property?

The word virgin, referred to whether or not they had given birth, not whether they had had sex. It's a very common misconception about conception.

Food for thought.
User avatar #179 - Deeticky (09/13/2012) [-]
I completely agree with everything you said.

I have always used arguments about language and translation in my previous debates. My main point is that people take the Bible waaaaay too seriously.

Also, I respect your beliefs in a "higher power". I have no reason to believe that one doesn't exist like I have for the Christian god. I simply choose to believe that the burden of proof is on those who make claims, not those who deny them.

My point throughout this whole discussion has been that the Bible should not be used as a moral or ethical guide, because it can be interpreted too many ways. Very negative and harmful interpretations are fairly common, as I'm sure you know.
User avatar #181 - tonyromee (09/14/2012) [-]
My belief system, if forced into a set of rules/guidelins, would be:

-Don't kill unless in defense of others
-Don't steal unless necessary
-Try to be polite
-No matter where you are, or what you are doing, try to show dignity. Don't do sneaky or underhanded things or use tactics exemplefying those traits to get ahead, even in games.
-Do you best to not disrespect people for no reason. This encompasses the not stealing thing, and also rape/molestation.
-Be a good person inside and out, and you will have a shot at a good afterlife.
User avatar #182 - Deeticky (09/15/2012) [-]
Very nice set of beliefs. Not enough people in the world adhere to those kind of things!

Mine share some similarities with yours.

1: Do no harm. When harming another is unavoidable in order to keep ones self or one's community safe, then do as little harm as possible in order to achieve a virtuous outcome.

2: The well being of the community outweighs the well being of the individual.

3: Always seek to learn more. You can never know enough about the world or the universe. Never be satisfied with "how" when you can know "why". Always seek to encourage and help others to learn more. An educated society is a free society.

4: Greed is deadly, Generosity brings prosperity.

5: When another person is in danger, or in any kind of trouble, you are obligated to do everything you can to help them, as long as you are not unreasonably harming others or yourself in the process.

6: When someone does something kind for you, you are obligated to pay them back with kindness, or pay it forward to others.

7: Time is very limited and is not a resource to be wasted.

8: It is one's duty to control their negative emotions as much as they can, and seek help from others if they can't.

9: Never belittle someone else for the way they were born.

10: Respect those who came before. Be grateful to those who have contributed to society by honoring their memory.
#353 - Getting sick of faggots complaining  [+] (1 new reply) 09/09/2012 on another proxyfag! +1
User avatar #375 - maguswaffy (09/09/2012) [-]
I sure hope this proxy accusation shit doesn't get any more annoying than it is right now.
#12 - Comment deleted 09/08/2012 on Asains and they're technology +2
#16 - It's funny because My password is a weapon in a square enix game 09/08/2012 on I found this pretty funny 0
#9 - Picture 09/08/2012 on Bait +2
#19 - This....actually made me laugh!?! but...but...I'm on funnyjunk… 09/08/2012 on 2 Hamsters 1 Wheel +5
#18 - Those are russian dwarf hamsters, actually. Back under the bri… 09/08/2012 on 2 Hamsters 1 Wheel 0
#296 - Keyword "Most". 09/07/2012 on Back in the day. 0
#87 - quote: (FOR CLARITY, NOT ALL CHRISTIANS ARE IGNORANT) 09/07/2012 on Anyone Help? +1
#9 - How is that any different from the majority of funnkyjunk members? 09/07/2012 on 9gag partygoers +4
#215 - Google images always worked for me  [+] (1 new reply) 09/07/2012 on Back in the day. 0
User avatar #216 - flamemonkey (09/07/2012) [-]
Haha, props man.
#80 - You will never, ever, ever, ever, ever be able to win an argum…  [+] (5 new replies) 09/07/2012 on Anyone Help? +5
User avatar #131 - windorigins (09/07/2012) [-]
simple clarification: scratch religious.
You will never ever ever win an argument against a moron
User avatar #91 - krasnogvardiech (09/07/2012) [-]
That passage of Leviticus, "A man shall not lie with a man as he would lie with a woman" was essentially talking about property ownage, or in essence slavery. Back then women were property and items, belonging to her husband or father. And that passage was saying that any man couldn't be in the same position as they would with women, which was essentially saying they couldn't hold that control over their fellow man as they held with their women.

You might know this, you might have heard of this, It's just been on my mind and I wanted to get it out. Thanks for reading!
#84 - bados (09/07/2012) [-]
Now keep in mind that I am not trying to start an argument nor anything to make bad tension.

But are you telling me in your first paragraph that every religious person is a moron?
User avatar #87 - tonyromee (09/07/2012) [-]
quote:

(FOR CLARITY, NOT ALL CHRISTIANS ARE IGNORANT)
#81 - anonymous (09/07/2012) [-]
Faith.

Because fuck logic.
#196 - If you actually look at what you download before you randomly …  [+] (6 new replies) 09/07/2012 on Back in the day. +6
User avatar #284 - whyfalsewhy (09/07/2012) [-]
The fact that we were averagely around 13 when we used it, most of use didn't have a clue what we were doing.
User avatar #296 - tonyromee (09/07/2012) [-]
Keyword "Most".

User avatar #212 - flamemonkey (09/07/2012) [-]
Well, back in the day there weren't a lot of places to download free NSFW type stuff. For that, you rolled the dice.
User avatar #215 - tonyromee (09/07/2012) [-]
Google images always worked for me
User avatar #216 - flamemonkey (09/07/2012) [-]
Haha, props man.
#200 - anonymous (09/07/2012) [-]
I always noticed on Limewire that some of the searches would always show up, no matter what. If I searched "Peanuts' and "Notebook", I would usually get these results:
PEANUTS - MUSIC.MP4
NOTEBOOK - MUSIC.MP4
That's how I stayed clear from Viruses. I would download the ones that looked like this:
Peanuts - Bob Fucksabitch.mp3
Notebook - Bob Stillfucksabitch.mp3

I used Limewire for years, and never got close to a single virus
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#280 - Grow up and quit complaining. He's a faggot, you're a faggot. … 09/04/2012 on To the FJ community. +3
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User avatar #18 - revengeforfreeze (10/19/2013) [-]
www.youtube.com/watch?v=7cfskAGScbA

I think you'll enjoy this song
User avatar #14 - ILoveFurries (11/18/2012) [-]
Missed your reply on the bestiality discussion. What was it?
User avatar #7 - evllbunny (09/16/2012) [-]
i like your point on your content it makes sense and how much worse can this nation get?
User avatar #5 - tomainstream (09/16/2012) [-]
You're a fag.
User avatar #11 to #5 - tonyromee (09/16/2012) [-]
I am OP
User avatar #3 - TommyV (09/16/2012) [-]
Which Brady's do you work at? I live on the northside.
User avatar #10 to #3 - tonyromee (09/16/2012) [-]
I work at one in Florida
#2 - Thestafa (09/15/2012) [-]
Saw your post about Romney, not bad. What school do you go to?
User avatar #9 to #2 - tonyromee (09/16/2012) [-]
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