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#36 - Cleavland Steamer
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#38 to #36 - desuforeverlulz
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#59 to #38 - schrutebucks
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#51 to #38 - temporalguardian ONLINE
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#47 to #38 - maddboiy
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#46 to #38 - markowuzhere
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(02/06/2013) [-]
today you're a faggot.
#68 to #38 - garrettjacobsen
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(02/06/2013) [-]
I'm one of the youngest little faggot introverts on this site, and I have to say:
Get the **** out.
Right now.
#60 to #38 - anon
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(02/06/2013) [-]
Wow, underage, get the **** out.
#96 to #60 - desuforeverlulz
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I'm probably the only actual 18 year old on this site, ironically.
#176 to #96 - anon
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Nope. I'm 18 too. There are also 20 somethings here as well. Age does not always mean maturity though
#372 to #176 - desuforeverlulz
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(02/11/2013) [-]
I was being mature. I was just pointing out the situational irony the comment had if it had been applied to me.
#111 to #36 - tankthefrank
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(02/07/2013) [-]
**** **** I always miss *********** like these because people delete their comments, what did he say???
#177 to #111 - hillbillypowpow ONLINE
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lol this is technically true for me, I was still a Christian s…
This is all we'll ever know of the faggotry of desuforeverlulz
#61 - lafuriaroja
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Right. This is coming from the website where everyone says "I'm forcing my children to play the original Pokemon games because they're the best thing that ever happened to me." You guys are a bunch of hypocrites.
Right. This is coming from the website where everyone says "I'm forcing my children to play the original Pokemon games because they're the best thing that ever happened to me." You guys are a bunch of hypocrites.
#63 to #61 - chubberbrother
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A video game is a LOT different than a religion, ********.
#64 to #63 - lafuriaroja
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Clearly. But it's the thought that counts. Forcing your children to do what you like because it's what you grew up with. Instead of just letting them find out what they like for themselves because you think any other option is inferior. ********.
#103 to #63 - smittywrbmnjnsn
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Not only was he probably joking, but when people say "that's different", it's because they don't understand how an equality works.
Sometimes, you can reduce a ratio. And forced video games is the 1/2 of 3/6.
#76 to #61 - snowboyforlife
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(02/06/2013) [-]
hippocrips ;)
#79 to #61 - iamphoenix
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Forcing a child to play a video game is a little different from forcing them to choose answers to some of the most important questions mankind has ever asked.
#66 to #61 - RageGuyyourmom
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I wont make them play the original because I cant bring myself to go through red anymore, no running shoes and I just get annoyed. But if the series is still in existence I will be picking up games for my kids help teach them to read as they're getting more of non-linear storylines and whatnot.
#74 to #66 - jaknik
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Good plan, imo. Not being able to play final fantasy without having people read it to me motivated me to learn.
#25 - theableacher
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#26 - icefall
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(02/06/2013) [-]
"Let your children develop their own damn opinions"

What if I told you that by doing this, you are forcing your own opinion of letting children develop their own opinion on the children?
#100 to #26 - YllekNayr ONLINE
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.....then you'd be wrong?
#70 - nimba
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(02/06/2013) [-]
Whenever fj tries to tell people to do stuff
Whenever fj tries to tell people to do stuff
#2 - fordun
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Im an Atheist. When i have kids i will raise them as Christians. I will get them baptised, i will bring them to church occasionally, i will enroll them in Sunday school. All of these things happened to me. I found out that my own father is an atheist about a year ago despite all this indoctrination.

Why you ask? Because you can't deny logic and reasoning. Its easy to turn away from god. Because once you do. There is no going back. Unless you are a complete imbecile.

Once you go atheist you never go back.
#7 to #2 - anon
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I used to be an Atheist, but not anymore. I find my life much more worth living now that I'm a believer.
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#88 to #2 - monsieurtimeywimey
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Although I like parts of your reasoning, I disagree on other parts.   
For the first time in awhile, I"m opinionless on someone else's opinion on the internet.
Although I like parts of your reasoning, I disagree on other parts.
For the first time in awhile, I"m opinionless on someone else's opinion on the internet.
#17 to #2 - angelious
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(02/06/2013) [-]
in finland we are taught religion in school

the first 6 class its mostly christianity but then we learn about buddhism jewisihisms(?) muslimishimshimis(?) and all the other religions too.

it helps people to understand different cultures and why people do things like they do.'

also how the **** do you write jewishism and muslimishm...english is hard :(
#19 to #17 - werttit
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Judaism and Islam.
#20 to #19 - angelious
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(02/06/2013) [-]
thank you
#3 to #2 - fythethefallen [OP]
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Raising a child as a Christian is one of the best ways since the church teaches the kids right from wrong, and that there are consequences for sinning. But kids figure things out eventually. I like your thinking.
#10 to #3 - lazorman
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I was raised LDS (mormon), and even if I didn't believe the dogma all the time, I'm so grateful for the the fact that I was raised with good morals and good people.
#30 to #10 - Hightower
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So you are saying religion is required to be a good person? So why have I never stolen, raped, or murdered? I think your reasoning there is flawed.
#32 to #30 - lazorman
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LOL alright, if you ACTUALLY somehow got that I was saying "religion is required" from what I actually said, then I'm impressed. you should be a journalist.
#4 to #3 - fordun
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Religion can be a great thing. It brings families closer together. Teaches morality. Provides a common bond. Helps mold people to think for the greater good. Religion can do a lot of good things. Unfortunately it also is a big reason/object in several political, military, and social conflicts including but not limited to : The American Civil War, Prohibition, The Genocide of the Native Americans, The Cold War, Salem Witch Trials.

The lesson here is what the bible is meant to teach. Its message is simple and timeless. "Be a good person and chill the **** out". Religion (Conservatism in general really) used sparingly benefits society.
#23 to #4 - arkfire
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But the Bible says I can't be good because of the sin corruption. And where does it say to "chill the **** out"?
#40 to #4 - theshadowed
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What? How were the American Civil War and the Cold War because of religion? Or the Prohibition?
#102 to #40 - fordun
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Part of the South's argument for owning slaves was that they were lesser people put on this earth by god to serve white man. The only reason why we have the "moment of silence" in schools is because at the start of the cold war we wanted to say we were better then the godless russian people.

A reason for prohibition (besides bitchy women on the rag) was that the forces advocating for it deemed alcohol evil. Hence the term "The Devils Nectar" and others similar.
#318 to #102 - theshadowed
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Ah I see. Though, I would say that religion played a minor role in most of those conflicts, and even then, ti was used by bad men as an excuse
#319 to #318 - fordun
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I know i tried to carefully word my response to note that that was not the only factor but it did play a part.
#80 to #3 - anon
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That's the parent's job.
#12 to #3 - anon
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And if you cant take care of all that pesky molestation at home, the clergy will step right in for you.
Lets also not forget the racism, sexism, bigotry and hate that is at the very core of the christian religion.
#77 - HARTATTACK
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(02/06/2013) [-]
I think we all agree no matter the religion, branding a newborn child is wrong...unless big corporations pay you
#1 - shadowm
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If people ceased to teach religion, there would cease to be religion
#21 to #1 - anon
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good
#29 to #1 - Hightower
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How about, If religious parents allowed their children to develop critical thinking skills before indoctrination begins, religion would die out.
#9 to #1 - lazorman
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(02/06/2013) [-]
If people ceased to teach English, there would cease to be English

~I'm so deep~
#86 - bensho
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This is the exact approach my parents took. I was never baptized as a child. My mother went through 12 years of Catholic school, and my father went through 6. My aunt on his side actually went to nun school. But my dad thought, "what if he grows up an wants to be a Buddhist or something? He can choose his own religion." Here I am, 18 years later and a deist. I think that may have been the best parenting choice they've ever made.
This is the exact approach my parents took. I was never baptized as a child. My mother went through 12 years of Catholic school, and my father went through 6. My aunt on his side actually went to nun school. But my dad thought, "what if he grows up an wants to be a Buddhist or something? He can choose his own religion." Here I am, 18 years later and a deist. I think that may have been the best parenting choice they've ever made.
#81 - niggagary
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You know, my parents were Christian and raised me in a christian environment. Now, I could have gone where ever I wanted. I did choose to be a Christian, but that way my choice.

tl;dr Just because my parents raised me into that environment doesn't mean I was branded like that.
#112 to #81 - cullenatorguy
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Do you think you'd still be christian if you were raised the exact same way, but with Islam being your parent's religion?
#293 to #112 - niggagary
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If I was born in America, I'm not entirely positive that I would be a Christian, yeah, but it is entirely possible. Now it is true if I was born with Islamic parents in an Islamic country I would be forced to be Islamic. But the examples I am talking about is where the freedom of religion is a thing.
#84 to #81 - savirleo
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Makes sense. parents raise me catholic. I became nonreligious a few years ago
#85 to #84 - niggagary
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Exactly. Just cuz you were raised that way doesn't mean you can't make your own decisions.
#87 to #85 - savirleo
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People tend to assume that the child will end up similar to their parents. The apple doesn't fall far from the tree. What they fail to realize is that apples can roll to their own little place, and grow up in their own way, different from their parents