Quote# 30674

[Ever the bigot, Believe It! comments on same-sex love]

But that is what I mean. Love can be shared between anyone, regardless of gender, age, race, religion, etc. However, love is caring for others and wanting to help them and be there for them. Love is laying down your life for someone.

But when that love crosses the line into romantic, physical, or sexual love, that is when same-sex relationships become wrong. And that kind of love is more like lust because the genders are incompatible with their own kind in these ways. That should not be the basis for marriage either.

Believe It!, Naruto Forums 19 Comments [10/31/2007 8:21:00 PM]
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Quote# 6616

[After a Freemason initiation ceremony with a gun and 'blanks' results in accidental death]And not to bring this up... * A 76 [7+6=13]-year-old man * William James, 47 [4+7=11] * a .22 [2 x 11 = 22]-caliber pistol loaded with blanks * 38 [3+8=11]-caliber with real bullets

mattbert, Rapture Ready 11 Comments [4/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 796

People do not believe in evolution because they have been led there by solid evidence. They are hoodwinked into the Darwinian community by superficial, emotional, and personal factors. They only delude themselves when they think otherwise.

dad4jesus, Rapture Ready 5 Comments [10/1/2002 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 2957

Oh, and without generalizations you can't have rational discussion. People fit into categories, and the category atheists best fit into is 'intolerant.'

Sambo83, BlizzForums 7 Comments [4/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 5873

Trust Chicky [another poster] to believe in something as outdated as heliocentrism.

Socrates, Theology Web 17 Comments [1/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 90434

Harry Potter

is showing people how to be evil satanic WITCHES. Notice that they call people in the book WITCHES. That is a sign that they are subliminally training people to use WITCHCRAFT. WITCHCRAFT is satanic. Therefore, Harry Potter promotes WITCHCRAFT and YOU SHALL NOT SUFFER A WITCH TO LIVE. Also, the school is called "Hogwarts School of WITCHCRAFT" showing that is obviously teaching people WITCHCRAFT which is SATANIC. In Harry Potter, the WITCHES went to great pains to conceal themselves from the regular, non-satanic folk. This is obviously a secret WITCHCRAFT guide that tells people how to be WITCHES and worship SATAN, while pretending to be an innocent work of fiction. Real WITCHES exist, but they hide well from us using information gleaned from Harry Potter, so that they can continue to worship SATAN.

AlwaysMoreThanYou, Debate.org  99 Comments [11/28/2012 8:33:01 AM]
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Quote# 73677

Hey, picture the baby in a nappy, just able to get on his feet and he fiddles with the buttons on your dvd player. You shout at him that he must not do it. He turns his head towards you, smile but carries on doing what his not suppose to do. Sound familiar? where did he learn that... The seed of sin is already in him!!!!

JCSM, myADSL 95 Comments [6/11/2010 12:05:22 PM]
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Quote# 87790

I think the popularity with vampires is based on anne ric. She recast them into the perfect men for modern women, wealthy, effeminate, hair always just right yet super bad ass, super sexy, in touch with their feminine side, their bite is sexual pleasure beyond orgasm etc. Its all the silly shit that gets women wet rolled into one package

and it’s part of the war on Christ. The 1st vampire story people know about is; he became a vampire when he cursed God and now he’s “free from morality” and near God like in power himself

which makes sense because feminism itself is part of the war on God and Christ

stonelifter, Occidental Dissent 73 Comments [6/18/2012 3:27:59 AM]
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Quote# 96050

Some Christians go further and find the whole concept of supporting a union contrary to their understanding of New Testament teachings. Unions typically use strong tactics, often including violent strikes, to force employers to concede to their demands. Three of the giants of the New Testament, John the Baptist, Paul and Peter, cast serious doubt on whether a Christian should be a part of this kind of organization. John the Baptist, in Luke 3:14, counseled believers to be content with their wages. Paul, in Colossians 3:22-24, told believers to work for their master as if they were working for the Lord. Peter, in 1 Peter 2:18-24, counseled Christians to suffer indignity at the hands of masters rather than retaliate. A Christian who understands that working for the employer is like working for the Lord will view most union tactics with grave concern. Since believers are warned by Paul in 2 Corinthians 6:14-17 against being "yoked together" with those who do not accept Biblical teaching, many find it impossible to join or financially support a labor union.

Bruce N. Cameron, Crosswalk 28 Comments [8/19/2013 3:13:14 AM]
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Quote# 123263

A former Indiana University student who allegedly raped a fellow student in 2015 is suing both his accuser and the school for defamation.

In 2015, 21-year-old Aaron Farrer was accused of raping a drunken student. Although the victim showed police a text in which Farrer apologized, a court said in 2016 that there was insufficient evidence convict him. For his part, Farrer charged that the woman had been “sexually aggressive” toward him.

According to the Indy Star, Farrer filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana this week alleging that his constitutional rights were violated and that he was defamed by the school and his accuser.

“IU engaged in a gender-biased investigation of Farrer, which culminated in Farrer’s unlawful expulsion from IU,” the lawsuit states.

Farrer accuses the school of violating his rights under Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 “by creating a gender biased, hostile environment against males, like Farrer, based in part on IU’s pattern and practice of disciplining male students who accept physical contact initiated by female students, but failing to discipline female students who engage in the same conduct.”

The former student asserts that the school assumed he was guilty and did not afford him due process.

In addition to suing his accuser and Indiana University, others named in the lawsuit include “the school’s assistant director, associate dean of students, deputy Title IX director, Title IX deputy investigator and other school staff,” the Indy Star reported. Farrer is seeking reinstatement at the university, expungement of his records and at least $75,000 in damages.

In a statement on Monday, the school defended its sexual misconduct policy.

“While Indiana University cannot comment on pending litigation or, due to federal privacy laws, specific student disciplinary cases, the university’s Sexual Misconduct Policy provides for a fair, impartial and robust investigation and adjudication process when responding to reports of alleged sexual assault,” the statement said. “Indiana University is strongly committed to providing a safe and secure environment for all members of its community, and assuring that its processes are fair and afford due process protections.”

Aaron Farrer, Raw Story 14 Comments [12/27/2016 8:29:32 AM]
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Quote# 7047

the whole evolution thing is just pathetic. We don't even have anything to prove. CS I've read a few great articles that were written by a distinguished biologist and that ONE MORE TIME prove that evolution is completely false. I m wondering why are you calling yourself 'Christian', if you believe in the evolution theory you're supposed to be what my Bro calls a 'brainiac', or prolly a Catholic.

LoneStar, Baptist.org Board 6 Comments [4/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 105173

“have had to grapple with the reality that the right to choose may well be used selectively to abort fetuses deemed genetically undesirable.” Are they completely mad? Surely it’s one of the most upright, proper reasons to have an abortion?


You’ve said you don’t pay that much attention to the political blogosphere, so don’t be offended if I tell you that this has been all the rage there for the last week. I noticed this while scanning the CNS of the left (Atrios), which I read once in a while just to see what they’re buzzing about.

To give two examples, it’s been discussed by Michael Berube (left blogger; father of a Down’s kid) and George Will (right-wing; father of a Down’s kid).

GNXP types are likely to state what you did bluntly and autistically. That just doesn’t happen in the rest of the blogosphere.

IMO, Will says nothing he hasn’t said before a million times: he crudely accuses us of favoring genocide against a group of people who are no different from the rest of us (while admitting that his son has a genetic “defect”). Berube is making a much more sophisticated argument against the limits of individual autonomy. I grant him that…but isn’t the choice to have a Down’s child based upon the autonomy argument? It benefits Berube to have his Down’s child. What does it benefit the rest of society?

People like this are impotent in the face of greater technological firepower. Let them talk all they want. They will buy it when it is sold, whether they lie to themselves about it or not.

Of course, you don’t come out and tell them straight up that they *will* violate various leftist (and rightist) shibboleths. You don’t have to tell them, because they’re just going to do it, in the same way they put their kids into private schools to insulate them from dangerous urban minorities.

In any case, whatever Will & Berube think, the easier testing methods will drastically reduce the amount of Down’s babies born to both younger & older women.

That is, I think it’s funny when feminists end up without kids. The fact that Amanda Marcotte’s line will die out with her is a boon to all humanity, and a silver line to the current dysgenic cloud.

it’s not funny at all. Tough choice, tough choice. A friend of mine was in this situation; fortunately for his genes [though he didn't see it that way at the time], his wife cheated on him and they got a divorce. He ended up with a younger woman and his 2nd kid is on the way. Her? Alone as a 40 year old adjunct at some no-name place.

I don’t know a good solution to this, but we ought to be trying to find one. It can’t be reasonable to have high-functioning women pushed out of having kids, or pushed into having kids at high risk of problems, or pushed into giving up their aspirations for a demanding career so they can have kids. While the biology is not in our control, the other stuff probably is.

There’s an obvious dysgenic effect to having smart, driven women unable to start having kids till very late in the window of safe times to have kids. I wonder if there are other, more subtle, effects.

gs, GNXP 15 Comments [12/11/2014 4:02:19 AM]
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Quote# 122775

Women need to have their sexual agency taken away

I've been ghosted by another woman. That just goes to show that women are just shitty people.

I've never had a woman say "You're cute / I'd date you." , but I have had women say "You're a normal looking guy."..

Which goes to show women don't want normal looking guys, women want great looking guys.

Women need to have their sexual agency taken away. The government needs to pair everyone up. Average women with average guys, pretty guys with pretty girls, etc. Right now, we have something where women only date up. Ugly girls with good looking guys, and shit like that.

Let's revoke women's sexual agency, and make the sexual market fair!

[deleted], /r/IncelHeaven 32 Comments [11/30/2016 6:21:08 AM]
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Quote# 38350

When Specialist Jeremy Hall held a meeting last July for atheists and freethinkers at Camp Speicher in Iraq, he was excited, he said, to see an officer attending.

But minutes into the talk, the officer, Maj. Freddy J. Welborn, began to berate Specialist Hall and another soldier about atheism, Specialist Hall wrote in a sworn statement. “People like you are not holding up the Constitution and are going against what the founding fathers, who were Christians, wanted for America!” Major Welborn said, according to the statement.

Major Welborn told the soldiers he might bar them from re-enlistment and bring charges against them, according to the statement...

At the July meeting, Major Welborn told the soldiers they had disgraced those who had died for the Constitution, Specialist Hall said. When he finished, Major Welborn said, according to the statement: “I love you guys; I just want the best for you. One day you will see the truth and know what I mean.”

Maj. Freddy J. Welborn, New York Times 50 Comments [4/28/2008 1:31:04 AM]
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Quote# 105168

It’s my belief that all gay folks are wounded. Many people, including good solid Christians, take issue with that stance. But I have yet to meet a person active in this lifestyle — or who has come out of it — who is not harboring some pain, rejection, etc., from years gone by, usually from childhood.

But there’s more at play here. Women are emotional, that’s our strong point, and when you put two women together in intimacy, you’ve got drama all over the place. It’s like a soap opera on steroids. That’s something that most women in a Lesbian relationship will not tell you. You know, God made men more sexually driven, and women are just more emotionally driven. And that’s the beauty of men and women coming together in partnership: Somehow, it balances out. Men and women balance each other out. But when you put men together sexually, you get guys who become unsatisfied and always looking for something more. That’s why some gay men go through a hundred relationships, some even a thousand. It's similar when two women become sexual together: There is nothing but emotion, turmoil, and all kinds of upheaval.


Now, some people might learn to function in these relationships — some might say that they’ve been together for 40 years and that they’re really happy — but I think they always end up deviating from created design in their attempt to become happy. Some people might just believe they are happy as their car sinks into the river, but eventually reality will set in. God made women to be women, and men to be men. If you’re going to put men together sexually, that relationship has got to deviate from the way God created sexual relationships to be and that will only cause misery to the people involved.


I think the majority of lesbians who are craving relationships with other women have a deficiency in their relationship with their mother. I know it’s true for me. I did not get the nurturing I needed from my mom. I had this woundedness from my mother and I tried to have it healed by turning to other women and asking them to give me what my mother was not able to.

Robin Teresa Beck, Life Site News 51 Comments [12/10/2014 4:15:40 AM]
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Quote# 14059

So if we want to go with they don't choose it we have to let pedophiles and rapists do their thing too and give them rights...cause it's genetic and they can't help. RIGHT? If I have an attraction to a 15 yr old girls...(AND LET ME STRESS, I am ONLY USING THIS FOR EXAMPLE) if I have a choice, I can act on that attraction or not. It doesn't mean I am gentically born to have sex with 15 yr old girls. ANd who brought up the bible?? I wrote 2 words. THere goes the trying to force things on someone else. Trying to twist my words? Hard to do with 2 words, but I see you suceeded. GOOD FOR YOU!!

Isaac, Myspace 22 Comments [8/19/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 116828

(Discussing a plus-16 model that made the cover of Sports Illustrated)

America elects a foreign muslim as president
Russia lectures us on Christian values
America spies on it's own citizens
Homosexual marriage is now a right
Playboy starts issuing magazines with clothes on.
And now Sports Illustrated is featuring plus sized women.

They need to shut down the CERN Large hydron collider because I don't want to think about what's next.

DannyTN, Free Republic 34 Comments [2/16/2016 2:46:58 PM]
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Quote# 8726

[Commenting on Bush's conservative Christian district court judge appointee, John E. Jones, who ruled against teaching Intelligent Design in the Dover trival]

I think Jones is an athiest trying to protect his religious beliefs like the rest of you guys.

SamCJ, Christian Forums 12 Comments [12/21/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 5880

Now, first you mean initially an asexual ape evolved into two different kinds of creatures: male and female. Now, it so incredible that the evolution remained so consistent throughout the ages that male and female remained branched as two radically different creatures.

Anonymous86, Urban Assault HQ 2 Comments [1/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 89553

i think you do not grasp biblical teaching and seek to charge God with things He did not do. Romans 5:12 tells us how death entered into the world via sin thus since God i snot sin He had nothing to do with it. Then you misunderstand the words in Genesis 1 'God saw all that He had made and it was good.' Obviously He did not reate disease, sin, or death.
disease organisms did not evolve but came as a result of the corruption that entered the world at Adam's sin. Ridley did an excellent job in pointing out the little bits of corruptiuon that affect the genetic code in his book Genome. He, of course, attributes that corruption's existence to the wrong source, just like you did, but he documents it quite well so that we can see what took place back in the Garden of Eden.
Let me illustrate: you build a wood table, you kep it inside from harms way and after a bit of time termites were allowed in. Did you create the termites to attack your table? Did you open the door to let them in? Would you like to be falsely accused of doing it even though it was your table and you thought it was good?
Think about it.

Dr. David Tee, Exploring Our Matrix 54 Comments [9/15/2012 4:18:26 AM]
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