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Politics and Government / Re: Mr. Trump Goes to Washington
« Last post by dpareja on June 16, 2018, 02:51:27 pm »
The UN human rights council is a joke anyway.
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Politics and Government / Re: Mr. Trump Goes to Washington
« Last post by Askold on June 16, 2018, 02:49:51 pm »
I think people aren't paying enough attention to USA possibly LEAVING THE UN HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL!

Am I the one taking crazy pills or the rest of the world? Why hasn't Trump been tackled to the ground and carried out of the White House (or Mar a Lago as the case may be) already? His successor is going to spend years just fixing the mistakes this one president has managed to do.
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Religion and Philosophy / Re: Christian News Network fundies
« Last post by Lana Reverse on June 16, 2018, 02:31:42 pm »
...The frick? It sounds like some kind of Zen riddle.
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Religion and Philosophy / Re: Christian News Network fundies
« Last post by KingOfRhye on June 16, 2018, 12:03:33 pm »


“Twisted Platonism” - Abstract truth resides a the highest most level. Below “Truth” we have reason, then lower down proof (which are reflection of parts of truth), below that science which is flawed man’s attempts at finding truth. And of course lies which is Satan’s tool to deceive man.

Just like “First Cause”, “Truth” requires a Truth Giver (yep you guessed it), This Truth Giver kindly provided a simple, clear recording, available without need to interpretation, of all truth which is available in the KJV.

So, in other words, the truth is what God says, and you have to accept that that is the truth without any proof, (since he pretty much said or implied THERE IS NO PROOF OF THE TRUTH) because....uh....reasons.

This shit gives me a headache.  This kind of stuff is why I feel like sometimes theists are using all the same words that I am, but they're speaking a different language.  I dunno, maybe there's something in some people's brains that lets this stuff make sense to them, and I just don't have it.
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Religion and Philosophy / Re: Christian News Network fundies
« Last post by Bob J. on June 16, 2018, 11:51:42 am »
The fuck is Amos smoking?  Because I want some.

For research purposes, of course.

It is not the smoke, but the life-long commitment to a mind altering lifestyle.
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Religion and Philosophy / Re: Christian News Network fundies
« Last post by Bob J. on June 16, 2018, 11:47:45 am »

Quote
FYI ...... there is nothing higher than the truth ...... if there was proof" of the truth ...... then the "proof" would be higher than truth
.....SO ...... the task you have set for yourself is ...... PROVE the PROOF is higher than truth .....

Does that make any sense to anyone? 

“Twisted Platonism” - Abstract truth resides a the highest most level. Below “Truth” we have reason, then lower down proof (which are reflection of parts of truth), below that science which is flawed man’s attempts at finding truth. And of course lies which is Satan’s tool to deceive man.

Just like “First Cause”, “Truth” requires a Truth Giver (yep you guessed it), This Truth Giver kindly provided a simple, clear recording, available without need to interpretation, of all truth which is available in the KJV.

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Religion and Philosophy / Re: Christian News Network fundies
« Last post by KingOfRhye on June 16, 2018, 10:28:05 am »
The fuck is Amos smoking?  Because I want some.

For research purposes, of course.

It does kinda sound like something that someone would come up when stoned off their ass.

"That's deep man....pass the bong, dude."
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Pfft, silly Lana, thinking we'd leave the determination of "hot or not" to fallible, biased humans.  That's why we developed neural networks.
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Religion and Philosophy / Re: Christian News Network fundies
« Last post by RavynousHunter on June 16, 2018, 10:07:37 am »
The fuck is Amos smoking?  Because I want some.

For research purposes, of course.
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The Lounge / Re: The Funny/Stupid Pics Thread
« Last post by RavynousHunter on June 16, 2018, 10:04:33 am »
*slowly hides tub of Land-O-Lakes butter*

Yes.  The joke...
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