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posted: 3/8/2014 8:40:15 AM - Report Post    edit post

Exercise. Something that really gets your heart pumping and works up a good sweat. It's a great way to reduce stress and you get fit, lose weight, and stay healthy. That's what you call value added . Grab your Ipod (or Mp3 player of choice), put on some up-beat music, and have at it.

   
 
 
 I lost a game of Democracy 3
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posted: 2/7/2014 4:17:03 PM - Report Post    edit post

Were you trying to become dictator-for-life again? That might do it...J/k, I have no idea how the game works, just that becoming a dictator-for-life is kind of counter-intuitive to the whole democracy idea...

   
 
 
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posted: 1/24/2014 9:14:18 AM - Report Post    edit post

The fact that, even after his death, the western world as a whole believed that slaves were not human (thus were not classified as men in the Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution).

Disclaimer: I do not in any way condone slavery in any form and I am not racist in any way. I simply am throwing this concept out there as my devil's advocate way of spurring on intelligent discussion. I also hate it when historical events/facts/quotes are taken out of context in order to make a point or substantiate a viewpoint. You can't justify anything by spinning facts out of their context...it's the reason we have so many political problems and so much divisiveness/intolerance for opposing views.

   
 
 
 Planb has a date tomorrow?
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posted: 1/4/2014 5:36:20 PM - Report Post    edit post

Is that what you kids call it nowadays?

   
 
 
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posted: 11/7/2013 8:26:25 PM - Report Post    edit post

LOL. I was making argument for the sake of argument. The point was about how stupid it is to punish someone for doing something that isn't hurting anyone...He didn't "force" those kids to pray.. I read the article. You'd have to be some kind of moron to even think that. Besides, I fail to see the real harm in having some sort of moral compass...it'd do a lot more American some good if they had one.

And why are the kids the ONLY victim here? Why isn't the man who tried to pray with those kids a victim of morons who think that he's actually trying to "push" Christianity down their throats? That's what I don't understand about liberal ideology which is basically that Christians are the hate-mongering, ram-their-beliefs-down-everyone's-throat yet Muslims (who kill you if you even think about questioning or discussing a point of contention in the Koran) are the ones who are persecuted.

I'm not arguing either religion...I'm just stating that BOTH the liberal point of view that Christians hate everyone who isn't one of them and the conservative point of view that Christians are (no pun intended) God's gift to the world. I think that both those views are stupid and anyone who really believes either one is stupid. Some Christians are the most loving, caring people I know...others the most moronic, hateful, and spiteful people I know. So basically, you missed the point of my previous argument making you subsequent argument invalid...

   
 
 
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posted: 11/7/2013 3:19:20 PM - Report Post    edit post

En Anglais (ou Francais), s'il vous plait. Je ne parle pas Italien.

   
 
 
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posted: 11/7/2013 3:15:10 PM - Report Post    edit post

If schools can't have anything to do with the Christian religion, are they allowed to pay their teachers and staff members with U.S. currency? Can they have said money on school grounds? After all, each and every bill and coin have stamped on it the words, (which happen to be the United States' national motto), "In God we trust".

   
 
 
 Day 1 of blog that won't be very long
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posted: 10/26/2013 10:21:21 AM - Report Post    edit post

Where do you live that AC IV is released on Oct. 28?? It doesn't unlock until Nov. 19......

   
 
 
 My thoughts on life
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posted: 7/17/2013 9:41:05 AM - Report Post    edit post

Oh, the higher power theories are completely relevant to the discussion. The notion that we are part of something bigger is as old as those doctrines and, technically speaking, is a spin-off of those doctrines. In that light, those boring and juvenile doctrines supersede the argument you are making because they are, in essence, the "father" of the idea you presented. So, if the doctrines that say that there is a higher power are juvenile, boring and outdated, by proxy so are the ideas you presented.

Besides, dealing in possibilities makes everything relative to whatever you are basing them on...I prefer to deal in facts (or at least base my opinions on facts). I was just presenting the "god gap" argument for the sake of stimulating a debate, not to offend.

   
 
 
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posted: 7/17/2013 7:13:08 AM - Report Post    edit post

I guess it makes sense....if you believe that the universe is arbitrary and there is nothing that controls it. IMHO, that belief is a cop out...if you really think about it, it releases people of all responsibility for their actions and creates a sense of futility regarding their existence.

I've found that if you believe in some sort of higher power (without arguing what/who that higher power is) that people tend to have a greater sense of responsibility for their own actions and generically speaking have a better sense of self-worth.

Please note that the above statement is a broad generalization and does not apply to all persons equally... I'm also not trying to start an argument, just commenting on your observations with my observations.

   
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