I don't want to believe. I want to know.
I am asking you, because it's you who claim that islam is peaceful.
Morality isn't "totally" subjective. It is guided by evolution, culture, and personal preferences.
TopCatDC, Excellent, sound advice ! Thank you.
Everything you just said has only confused me more.
I don?t think he?s trying to be funny at all.
That was a heck of a tip-in by Javale.
Lol. Yea I have lots of years left. My baby girl is still very young. But I'm ok with that. Wish they could be kids forever.
Fvck the academy and the plane they flew in on!
Awwww, poor triggered bigot thinks a "your mum" joke will upset me.
When I reference understanding prejudice, I remember in the 80's, my grandfather needing stitches because he had to hold a friend back who wanted to fight Japanese visitors to their automotive plant. This man, who I knew and I would hardly describe as racist, quite the opposite actually, but he had fought in the pacific in WW2 and had been a POW. Even in his 50's or 60's by that point, he still held a deep hatred for the Japanese. I am not saying it is necessarily acceptable, but I can understand it. I don't believe this is something cherished, but it is often deep ceded because of experiences or learned beliefs and behavior. Many older people today, the Fox News Demo, were born before or during the Civil Rights era and may have had parents or community leaders that taught them integration was wrong. Most will acknowledge that equality was the right thing to do, but they only came around on it, it wasn't something they had championed. Many of these same people even after the fact, loathed people like Ali or Jane Fonda because they were taught that these people were anti-American (Fonda I more understand). I am not saying this is at all acceptable, only that these are people and they are flawed, they aren't inherently evil or immoral in most cases. Belief and indoctrination leads people to advocate abhorrent things and isn't isolated only to religion but can be found in cultural teachings and beliefs. An example is that It seems a lot of far right conservatives only come around on gay rights when they have a gay relative. It was the experience that opened their beliefs up for change.
That would be a problem with belief systems, eh?
Yeah, right. "Conservative". \sarc.
still about 20,000 poo particles on about everything after sanitizer is deployed.
i agree with you 1000% and wish we would tell the world to fvck off. but we dont. havent done so - ever? since that is the case, this is where we are... trump fixing a problem other presidents didnt..
It raises two questions for me.
I did. I went to the statement and cut and pasted it without any change.
Reality proves you wrong.
No he favours the hag fish
He never touched her, never said anything inappropriate, and when he got her alone he gave her his card and left. Creep? Yes. #MeToo worthy? No.
I am not going to call Kanye a racist, but saying slavery was a choice seems like a racist statement. Now, making a racist statement does not make one a racist, but I can see why some people would over react and call him that. I will not comment about Morgan Freeman because I have not heard anything about him being a racist. Come to think of it, I should probably quit commenting on anything right now. I have spent too long on disqus for one day. LOL
Still waiting on the bible V 2.0. As far as anyone can tell god has done nothing to "upgrade" or in any way influence the human race.