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#1 - planetofthehomoes
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and then the patient's family thanks god for the miracle

User avatar #27 to #1 - chaotixx
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Damn, 6 hours too late.
User avatar #229 to #1 - bowservoltaire
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Out of all the surgeons and operating teams he could have ended up with, he ended up on this one's table, people with rare determination to keep his patient alive.

Every day several patients die due to negligence or simply lost of faith on the part of a lousy or maybe depressed or tired doctor.

That is why the family would thank god, and you don't understand.

And I'm sure that as opposed to butthurt teens, this doctor wouldn't mind them praying, and I'm sure they thanked him too

You are no better than radical christians by depriving them of their nowadays-few harmless actions, such as thanking god.
User avatar #462 to #229 - donutzrawsum
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In no way should it have ever been acceptable to absolve oneself of their worth or guilt by thanking/blaming god. I don't thank the priest walking down the street for the ground they walk on, I thank the people that put the time and effort into doing their job.

You'll defend god, but am I not allowed to defend the doctor? the civil engineer? the pharmacist? the teacher? the policeman? I doubt they'll ever care or hear. But why can't I thank them for devoting, sacrificing, and even risking their lives just so ours can stay NORMAL. They live, breathe, work, and inevitably die just for the sake of normality. Just to keep the wheels turning. You will never know their names, you will never understand the anxiety filled hours they spent hunched over a textbook, or the time they've lost with their family because they were saving someone else's. But it wasn't god who compelled them to. It wasn't god who wrote their thesis paper or earned their degrees for them.

You may think you're lucky enough to get just the right person on just the right day to save your life, but in reality the fact that they EXCEL at what they do is the reason they were there to begin with. The world as a whole acknowledges and promotes the success of individuals. There is no need or place in the system for god.

He is there for none of the blame, so why is he present for the reward?
Answer: He isn't. IF there is a god, and I don't care one way or another, He/She/It doesn't care one way or another if you include them in your system.

You might think it's harmless, but the cracks in the ground will soon become faults, and it's already too late by the time the ground is being torn apart right under you.
User avatar #463 to #462 - donutzrawsum
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sacrificing their time*
User avatar #468 to #463 - jzwangpk
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The issue is the word 'compel'. I completely understand what you are saying about defending the nameless civil servants who keep society going. I am studying to become a doctor myself.

But the word 'compel' is the crux of the problem. And as a disclaimer, I am not trying to be combative or argumentative by using the word 'problem', although it admittedly sounds like the beginning of a 'you're wrong, i'm right' argument. That's not what I mean by it. No hard feelings intended.

I just mean that as long as you think that we (the religious people) think that God forces (or compels or whatever) people to do what they do, you will not understand. You paint a picture of a very active God, one who compels people down a path and writes their papers and earns their degrees. That's not what we're insinuating at all.

Of course we'd prefer to have our own names attributed to our achievements. It's a very human sense of pride. If my med school diploma said 'God' instead of my name I'd be pissed, and I'm Christian. No, our achievements are our own. Of course they are. But it is God that gave us the ability to achieve them.

God makes things possible. He opens doors. He does not force people through them. That is the critical distinction.
#550 to #468 - anon id: b02a00e8
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That's a dangerous thought.
Doesn't that lead to "without God we are nothing" ?
User avatar #439 to #229 - snaresinger
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He's not depriving anything, jackass. He made a comment.
#21 to #1 - SILENCEnight
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**SILENCEnight rolled a random image posted in comment #94 at Mother's day ** sad but true
User avatar #400 to #21 - ningyoaijin
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I made that comment. Don't know why I feel the need to point it out.
#28 to #1 - anon id: 4c597850
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Hurr heres a antigod comment, Hey atheists come laugh at this huurr.
You dont know the family. They could be grateful for the doctor and not give two ***** about a miracle happening. This was not a matter of religion and yet you seemed it necessary to lower yourself to christian bashing.
#77 to #1 - anon id: 65503c8a
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for the miracle of having such a doctor
#174 to #1 - anon id: 768e8811
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They thank God for the surgeon's existence

They thank God everything went ok

They thank God he's alive

and from what I've seen they also pray for many blessings in the surgeons lives.


I'm sorry but what you're say is that we should all be self-righteous and be put up on mantles for our accomplishments.
User avatar #440 to #174 - snaresinger
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That's exactly what he's saying. You just said it yourself- the accomplishments are peoples'. They're human accomplishments.
User avatar #580 to #440 - snaresinger
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Leave it to creationists to angrily thumb me down without giving a rational counterargument. Read a ******* book.
#197 to #1 - anon id: 1206ee1a
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why ya gotta start things?
#540 to #1 - anoyingmos
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mfw christians vs atheists ********* underneath.
User avatar #250 to #1 - popkornking
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what if the doctor is god?
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#553 to #1 - Forfunaccount
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You started the stupidest of threads.
You started the stupidest of threads.
#557 to #553 - planetofthehomoes
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someone have to do it, balance must be preserved
#157 to #1 - unoriginalaccount
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You got a problem with Jesus brah?
#169 to #1 - psugo
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Which it is. Why can't it be a miracle if it was done by a doctor? It is a miracle that sun rises every day, it is a miracle, that physics work the way they do.   
   
religion does not oppose science, i thought most people understood it already on this website...
Which it is. Why can't it be a miracle if it was done by a doctor? It is a miracle that sun rises every day, it is a miracle, that physics work the way they do.

religion does not oppose science, i thought most people understood it already on this website...
#188 to #169 - anon id: b02a00e8
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It's only a miracle in the sense that anything that ever happens is a miracle.

If a leaf falls somewhere on the ground it's a miracle, because out of all the possible combinations og places to land (given wind) and the time it actually landed (when it fell) the odds of actually landing at THAT combination was infinitely small.

The sun rising every day given the properties of the univers is as far away from a miracle as you can get. But if you assume that the laws of the univers could actually be different from what they were today(we honestly don't know if it's even possible), and that the movement and behavior of matter resulting in the exact compostion and relation they are today could in theory have bee different, then yes it's a miracle in the same sense that a falling leaf is one.

Sunrise however, given the state of the universe as of now, is almost the opposite of a miracle

I'm done with my completey unneeded rant now.
User avatar #551 to #188 - baconfattie
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Or you know... ******* entropy and ****. It's all physics.
User avatar #283 to #169 - rockamekishiko
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what are you, crazy? these people just jump on bandwagons. I would thank God for the doctors, thank God for the advancements on science.
User avatar #29 to #1 - chaossniper
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i will thank god that the patient was in this particular surgeron's hand
#190 to #1 - masterboll
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or alternatively,
the patient's family thanks God for giving the surgeon the ability to save the life of their loved one
User avatar #251 to #190 - clockworkphysicist
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Is that the boy in the stripped pajamas...oh god it is the boy in the stripped pajamas ;_;
User avatar #262 to #251 - clockworkphysicist
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The picture at the bottom left.
User avatar #393 to #262 - clockworkmage
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<_< your name confuses me
#583 to #393 - clockworkphysicist
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Science and magic, both working with clockwork~
This comment will get a ******* red thumb I just know it
User avatar #586 to #583 - clockworkmage
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I have given you a thumb to counter said red thumb.
#587 to #586 - clockworkphysicist
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And you as well.   
Thank you so much~
And you as well.
Thank you so much~
#588 to #587 - clockworkmage
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Comment Picture
#589 to #588 - clockworkphysicist
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This is the start of something beautiful.
This is the start of something beautiful.
#286 to #1 - marcalo
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#279 to #1 - anon id: 768e8811
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www.youtube.com/watch?v=slKULc8W7lM


YFW turning a completely harmless post into means to be a invective jerk-off.
User avatar #484 to #279 - snaresinger
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Starting rational debate =/= being an invective jerkoff.
User avatar #525 to #1 - irvea
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I thumbed... "+999"
A little later (not even 1 minute) I look again, boom, "+1031".
Hmm lemme refresh again while I'm typing this comment. "+1045"
You sir, are going places.
#541 to #525 - planetofthehomoes
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starting ********** always gets you places
#184 to #1 - lifetime
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Oh boy here we go!
User avatar #303 to #1 - mayormilkman
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I wonder if doctors actually have a problem with this. For all I know, it just seems to be atheists on the internet. Plus, lots of things can go wrong during surgery.
#464 to #303 - planetofthehomoes
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to be frank, no
its their job after all and i think they are happy just to be able to save a life
User avatar #579 to #464 - mayormilkman
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So, this "thanking God after (person with occupation) does their job" is yet another nonissue on the internet?
#142 to #1 - anon id: 08babb4a
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you guys in america are really butthurt about that, huh?
#518 to #1 - kevintoday
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I don't usually thumb comments but you get to be an exception since i genuinely smiled a little and its been a while since I saw a comment go over 1000. cheers!
User avatar #70 to #1 - itsallinthefunny
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What if he thanks god for bringing the doctor to him?
#507 to #1 - anon id: 218baa19
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But god does not exist....
#23 to #1 - anon id: 1af9cc80
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I would thank the doctor profusely, and God as well....

See the thing is, I view God as the one who orchestrates life... That doctor did an amazing act, and deserves all the thanks in the world.

But in private, after the operation, when I'm alone with my thoughts. I'd say, "thank you God, I'm glad to still be here. Thank you for that doctor, and my life".
#488 to #1 - anon id: 6e36f2a0
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A family can't thank God for a competent doctor being the one to operate on their loved one rather than another?
User avatar #163 to #1 - bleachfool
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nice job starting a *********
#307 to #163 - unoriginalaccount
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Your name and picture.
Pic unrelated
User avatar #451 to #1 - thedarkestrogue
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I agree with you.
Its not god that gave us the advancements in science, or the understanding of how the human body works. We did that. Humans.
of course there are things that are out of our control that we don't understand, but that is simply because we haven't learned about them or how they work scientifically.
I don't believe in god. I believe in Humanity.
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#449 to #1 - anon id: 816954a1
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Holy ****, this entire comment is just a circle jerk of atheists. My ******* goodness.
User avatar #453 to #449 - thedarkestrogue
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and arguments.
his is why even though I don't believe in deities, i don't call myself an atheist.
They can be assholes too.
User avatar #13 to #1 - toggme
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I believe they thank the surgeons aswell... And if you get mad becuase you don't think you get enough credit as a surgeon.. Then you're a bad surgeon
#15 to #13 - planetofthehomoes
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what grinds my gears is that religion often takes credit for the things science accomplish
User avatar #18 to #15 - toggme
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No they don't?
#20 to #18 - planetofthehomoes
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science made a discovery that could cure a certain desease, the religeous response.

"god gave us the cure cause he deemed us ready to use it "
User avatar #140 to #20 - saturated
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You have a valid point but I hope you don't think the average religious person would think in that way. I went to a Christian school for a long time and kids are taught things like praying for somebody's well being is good but doesn't mean much if you don't actively help a person out when they need it.
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#52 to #20 - anon id: 101155a7
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Well it's a good thing you talked to every religious community out there! I was beginning to think that you were just pulling generalized statements out of your ignorant ass...oh wait.
#343 to #1 - anon id: 4ce1d990
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A lot of people say that God works through other people.
User avatar #365 to #343 - nightmaren
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And I say you can suck my dick
Surgeons don't train and study for years to learn how to have god work miracles through them.
If my friend needed a heart transplant, and I just showed up and did it, it's fair game for people to claim it was a miracle of god working through me, but if someone ******* dedicates their life to learn how to perform a surgery, it's not a miracle when they do so.
User avatar #477 to #365 - jzwangpk
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Why do things have to be unique to be miracles? Is today's society so jaded by death, so used to it, that saving a life is only a miracle if it comes from someone totally unlikely? I'd argue that EVERY instance of saving a life is a miracle. Surgeon or random passerby, a person has just been rescued from the end of his or her life, for crying out loud!

I'd even go further and argue that what you just said belittles doctors even more than thanking God does. You just essentially said that it's not amazing when doctors save lives, just because they've trained for it. I'm studying to become a doctor, and I've heard a fair amount of them talk about their profession (either through documentaries or face-to-face interviews). All of them - religious or not - know the immense responsibility, the sometimes impossible odds, the simply massive weight upon their shoulders. None of them finish an operation and wipe their forehead, mutter 'one down, three to go', and move on. Each life is unbelievably precious, and each life saved is itself an amazing victory. But to say that their successes aren't miracles just because they actually trained for them? You sound like you're really taking them for granted. Learn some appreciation.
User avatar #2 to #1 - crazycommando
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i was about to say that...

*******...god taking all the credit
#3 to #2 - planetofthehomoes
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yea
User avatar #4 to #3 - thelastamerican
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Now listen here yall gayboys. God is who heals sick people, Doctors are just along for the ride. Planetofthehomoes, and crazycommando need Jesus.
#5 to #4 - crazycommando
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no...i don't want no jesus   
   
pic related...me declining your offer good sir
no...i don't want no jesus

pic related...me declining your offer good sir
#99 to #5 - deathhardiv
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is that a gif of a small child getting absorbed by a baboon's ass..?
or am i tripping balls
User avatar #167 to #99 - bighairyfart
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Yes.
User avatar #216 to #99 - thelastamerican
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It's a gif of me being sucked into a baboons ass actually. It's nice in here. Warm.
#177 to #5 - anon id: 54d6eabf
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He was joking, you dimwit.
Apparently the rest of the site doesn't realize that either, judging by the red thumb count.
User avatar #225 to #177 - crazycommando
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you didn't get the joke....we all played along with it....well most of us anyways
User avatar #6 to #5 - thelastamerican
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Everyone just needs to learn to read the bible. It's the only book you need. Doctors and other 'scientists' are all going to hell. And apparently I'm being sucked into an alternate dimension housed inside a baboon's ass.
User avatar #7 to #6 - ifuckbabies **User deleted account**
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Failed troll...
User avatar #8 to #7 - thelastamerican
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Not even trolling. I thought it was funny. Were I trolling I would have tried to make it sound at least a little believable. Come on man, give a guy a little credit.
User avatar #9 to #8 - ifuckbabies **User deleted account**
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Nope. Not funny. Just sounded like you failed at being a troll. But okay, not a troll. That's good at least.
User avatar #10 to #9 - thelastamerican
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Yeah, i do try sometimes, but lack of practice is usually my downfall.
User avatar #11 to #10 - ifuckbabies **User deleted account**
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+ points for trying!
But hey, at least you are funnier than me! Not sure if that's comforting to know or not.
#338 to #11 - amonomous
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Nah bro you're funnier than this dude
#340 to #338 - amonomous
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What the **** is that??
User avatar #12 to #11 - thelastamerican
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In a world of unfunny content conversation is the next best thing.
User avatar #134 to #12 - rangerofthesea
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almost half of your comment red thumbs came from these comments...how do you feel bout that?
User avatar #209 to #134 - thelastamerican
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It's kind of impressive actually.
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lel you ****** up pretty bad
User avatar #78 to #6 - monkeysniper
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1. Atheists are often the ones who know the bible best
2. Yes, yes you are.
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no, they just google **** and then act like they're a certified biblical scholar
#126 to #78 - saturated
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Atheists are not the ones who know the bible best.. there might be exceptions but there's no way on average an atheist would know more
Atheists are not the ones who know the bible best.. there might be exceptions but there's no way on average an atheist would know more
User avatar #187 to #126 - lfunnymanl
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yes there was a surver/study about this, the avarage athiest knows more about the bibble than the average christian.
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statistics don't lie but liars like to use statistics. If you don't know what that means maybe you need to spend more time away from the internet.
User avatar #234 to #187 - sirmatthew
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was was the study? because if your talking about the 10 verses that every atheist constantly spams at every christian he comes in contact with, then yes, they know more.
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User avatar #347 to #240 - kentravyon
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the last line cracked me up,
"...which yielded the scariest finding: 4% of Americans believe that Stephen King, not Herman Melville, wrote "Moby Dick." "
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"The Pew survey was not without its bright spots for the devout. Eight in 10 people surveyed knew that Mother Teresa was Catholic. Seven in 10 knew that, according to the Bible, Moses led the exodus from Egypt and that Jesus was born in Bethlehem."

How is 7 out of 10 a bright spot? Assuming none of the people asked were very young children, this should ALLWAYS be 1at minimum 10/10 for christians. You can litterally ask 1000 random people in the street in say, norway ( a highly atheistic/agnostic country), and 950+ will get this question right immediately
User avatar #249 to #240 - sirmatthew
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Its kind of obvious what the results would be. the average Christian doesn't grow up and get into evangelism or anything. but nearly every atheist develops some sort of argument against Christianity. There are people on both sides that know alot about the bible, but from my personal experience, (high school, which probably explains why I jumped to conclusions with my first comment) the Christians I know have more knowledge about the bible then the atheists I know. but thanks for the link to the article
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You're making a generalization that atheists generalize more than christians.

Are you always this blind to the irony of things that come out of your mouth?
User avatar #598 to #445 - sirmatthew
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No, I didn't, but you can see whatever you want in my comment. My last entire comment was almost an entire apology about the first comment. but once again, if you saw something else, congratulations.
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Are you christian? Have you read the bible? Do you even own a bible? Most Christians are christian because they were raised that way, and know little about the bible and only of it's teachings.
User avatar #257 to #246 - lfunnymanl
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that's what the survey suggests, that people usually believe because they were raised that way. like me i was raised catholic until i was old enough to understand the ******** of religion.
User avatar #254 to #246 - sirmatthew
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stop assuming things. I wasnt raised Christian, but I met an evangelist who had an excellent arguement against atheism and for Chrisianity, and watched him in a debate. I was hard headed for a while, then thought I'd try out this jesus thing people keep talking about, and its been unbelievably good for me. yes, I own a bible and read it on a daily basis.
User avatar #260 to #254 - infineks
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What was the argument? I would love to know what converted you.
User avatar #313 to #254 - sirmatthew
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It didn't really convert me, but it held up really well and really caught my attention, it was over the general topic of genealogy, the Cambrian explosion, and evolution.
User avatar #355 to #313 - clockworkmage
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Alright, but what was the argument specifically?
User avatar #392 to #355 - sirmatthew
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I thought I told you, but looking back I see I didn't. but I thought I said I don't remember the specifics exactly. but I think we may be thinking of different kinds of debates. there was quite a bit of talking about proofs for what happened during what time periods and such. this was 5 years ago man, I'm surprised I remember this much to be honest.
#353 to #234 - anon id: 92c20bf4
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"An uncircumcised boy is to be abandoned by his parents and community. 17:14"
User avatar #280 to #126 - Dap
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Yes, they do. Atheists study the bible and find its flaws so they can shove them in Christians face when in a debate. Christians normally just go a long for the ride, starting at childhood.

Personal experience...
#403 to #280 - xxpredatorxx
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Internet anti-theists are completely different to regular atheists. Real atheists don't give a **** if you're christian or not.
User avatar #430 to #403 - Dap
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Depends on the person, not the beliefs.

Some atheists want to prove everyone wrong for the sake of dismembering what so many people follow.

Some atheists don't care, but stick up for what they believe in when tested.

I'm part of the latter.
User avatar #244 to #126 - infineks
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I'm an atheist, I've read the bible a few times.
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User avatar #388 to #6 - iamthedeigner
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troll feeding 101 guys, come on
#377 to #6 - anon id: 2969adf4
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and who gives you the right to determine who goes to hell? you're just a ******* bible basher. im a christian but i dont need to force it towards people, WE CAME HERE TO LOL DAMMIT.
#378 to #6 - blaabyman
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Wait, doesn't it say in the bible that only your 'god' can choose who goes to hell? And any other who does so will go to hell instead?

To be completely honest, I think that the world is already hell.
#259 to #4 - bluslenderman
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User avatar #289 to #259 - thelastamerican
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In my defense I was joking. No one actually thinks like that any more man. If what I believed what I wrote were true I wouldn't own a computer. I'm just busy being surprised that there are so many people who would take me seriously.
User avatar #137 to #4 - meganinja
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Wow i'm sorry nobody gets your joke. I thought it was funny.
User avatar #212 to #137 - thelastamerican
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It's not worrying me. I think I might have some kind of record for receiving negative thumbs in a short period of time.
User avatar #219 to #212 - meganinja
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not a record, but still an outragous amount considering you weren't in the wrong.
User avatar #291 to #219 - thelastamerican
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It looks like I might be better at trolling than I thought. I'm getting anonymous hate male.
User avatar #309 to #291 - ilovehitler
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At least it wasn't anything about asians, fatben, or raybingo.
User avatar #310 to #309 - thelastamerican
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I don't recognize anything there except Asians. Explanation?
User avatar #311 to #310 - ilovehitler
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Fatben is one of the older trolls. He was an actual user for a while, got bored with the site, and decided to take a picture of his **** (literally) and post it everywhere, with the comment "fat ben made poop"

Raybingo is the same in the way. Real user who got bored. Except, with him, he posted a picture of a happy old man and repeatedly spammed "Hi, I'm Ray Bingo".

Those two are possibly the most successful trolls/spammers in the history of FJ.
User avatar #315 to #311 - thelastamerican
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Doesn't sound particularly sophisticated. Anyways, I was lurking through the newest uploads when I saw this with two comments on it. I couldn't resist. And look were it ended up.
User avatar #316 to #315 - ilovehitler
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They really weren't that sophisticated, but they were the best spammers fj has ever had.
User avatar #317 to #316 - thelastamerican
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I don't think that you should ever use the word 'best' and 'spammer' in the same sentence. Asians was ******* annoying until everyone downvoted it into silence.
User avatar #318 to #317 - ilovehitler
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I suppose by best spammer I mean the most successful spammers. And, more importantly in my opinion, they did it on their own accounts. They did it where their account could get banned, as opposed to just being an anon.
User avatar #323 to #318 - thelastamerican
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True. I suppose in this way they were successful. I just can't get over how many people take this kind of thing seriously, I mean, if I really thought that science was the devil's work I wouldn't own a computer.
User avatar #330 to #323 - ilovehitler
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Eh, people will believe what they want to believe. They wanted someone to hate, and your obvious joke of a comment was just the target they could get themselves to take seriously.
User avatar #331 to #330 - thelastamerican
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Whatever makes them happy at night. Speaking of night. I've got to head to work.
User avatar #332 to #331 - ilovehitler
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Well, have a great day!
#362 to #332 - commanderrevanvtwo
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#402 to #4 - fedexman
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Does no one realize this guy is probably trolling? Here, have raptor Jesus instead...
Does no one realize this guy is probably trolling? Here, have raptor Jesus instead...
User avatar #159 to #4 - shadsword
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For your sake, i hope your trolling. Otherwise, you're in the wrong neighborhood
User avatar #207 to #159 - thelastamerican
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Oh come on man. Does it look like I'm being serious? On the upside, this is a personal record for negative thumbs.
#526 to #207 - shadsword
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Given, im impressed with how much red im seeing   
   
well good luck with whatever comes form this
Given, im impressed with how much red im seeing

well good luck with whatever comes form this
#336 to #4 - amonomous
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K fine, get rid of all of the doctors in the world. See how far you get.

Let god give you a new damn kidney, idgaf.
User avatar #345 to #336 - thelastamerican
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First off, congrats on the name. Secondly, I never would have believed that folks would have taken me seriously. If I actually believed this stuff I wouldn't have a computer. Much less use it to look at funny pictures.
#346 to #345 - amonomous
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Are you saying christians don't have computers? What logic is that?
#302 to #4 - Logicaltightrope
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User avatar #135 to #4 - lisreal
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I believe that God gave the skills to the surgeons. What they do is astonishing, but a lot of the natural skills and attributes needed to become a surgeon I believe can be given by a higher power. Don't agree with me, that's fine. just my opinion.
User avatar #193 to #135 - basicargentinian
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A surgeon's skill comes from his will to dedicate his life to surgery, and as I understand will is independant from god.

I don't believe in god but if he does exist I think he'd affect the random things that go wrong or right during and after surgery.
#91 - cthumoo
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Well where else was he supposed to get the heart from?
#558 to #91 - usernameistaken
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#566 to #558 - anon id: 08babb4a
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what's the relation between op and this comment?
#567 to #91 - anon id: 7fefd735
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ASIANS CAN ACTUALLY READ MINDS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
They can hear, and see what you're visually thinking. This is the absolute complete truth!!!!!

The reason a lot of Asians have completely expressionless faces is so they don't accidentally show facial expressions when people think things they don't like, find funny, astonishing, etc, and Asians segregate so their not nearly as susceptible to that happening.
Asians also segregate, and are untalkative to avoid accidentally saying things that are similar to what people are thinking and going to say.

Try thinking, and visually picturing things that are as wild as you can when you are around Asians, and look for Asians who give people dirty/particular looks for what appears to be for completely no reason.

PLEASE SPREAD THE MESSAGE!!!!! THE WORLD NEEDS TO KNOW THIS!!!!!
User avatar #573 to #567 - bitchplzzz
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What the **** did you just ******* say about me, you little bitch? I’ll have you know I graduated top of my class in the Navy Seals, and I’ve been involved in numerous secret raids on Al-Quaeda, and I have over 300 confirmed kills. I am trained in gorilla warfare and I’m the top sniper in the entire US armed forces. You are nothing to me but just another target. I will wipe you the **** out with precision the likes of which has never been seen before on this Earth, mark my ******* words. You think you can get away with saying that **** to me over the Internet? Think again, ******. As we speak I am contacting my secret network of spies across the USA and your IP is being traced right now so you better prepare for the storm, maggot. The storm that wipes out the pathetic little thing you call your life. You’re ******* dead, kid. I can be anywhere, anytime, and I can kill you in over seven hundred ways, and that’s just with my bare hands. Not only am I extensively trained in unarmed combat, but I have access to the entire arsenal of the United States Marine Corps and I will use it to its full extent to wipe your miserable ass off the face of the continent, you little ****. If only you could have known what unholy retribution your little “clever” comment was about to bring down upon you, maybe you would have held your ******* tongue. But you couldn’t, you didn’t, and now you’re paying the price, you goddamn idiot. I will **** fury all over you and you will drown in it. You’re ******* dead, kiddo.
#563 to #91 - Gedziuzzz
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User avatar #384 to #91 - hawkfrosty
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This was actually really ******* funny, thumb for you
User avatar #552 to #384 - cthumoo
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thank you kindly
User avatar #454 to #91 - thedarkestrogue
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that just made me think of surgeon simulator and now I'm wondering where that heart came from.
#348 to #91 - drlolpranks
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That has to be the most this site has ever made me laugh....
#356 to #348 - cthumoo
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Well I'm just glad I could provide said laughter, it's all I ever wanted
#25 - InspectorGadget
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I can relate.
User avatar #119 to #25 - mfs
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what's the name of that game, mate?
User avatar #124 to #119 - TastyBurger
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Surgeon Simulator 2013. It started as a flash game but there's now a fuller version with stuff in it is on Steam.
User avatar #26 to #25 - ariusbrightwing
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You beat me by... 2 ******* minutes, nice job. :v +thumb
User avatar #559 to #26 - optimussum
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You missed out on so many thumbs



I gave you one anyway, out of sympathy
User avatar #560 to #559 - ariusbrightwing
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Thankies sweetie! ^v^ It's not about thumbs though, it's about da giggles.
#267 to #25 - oborawatabinost
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#328 to #267 - anon id: 8ca3af38
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YES CR1TIKAL
User avatar #32 - Sacrarment
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He finally got enough likes to complete the procedure.
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#24 - unemployeddonkey
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welp, it was worth it, right? it's not like Mister Smith was already 89 years old...
#105 to #24 - anon id: 79e07306
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He was 30 when the surgery started.
#285 to #24 - anon id: f8840dbf
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That might be a grandpa you twat!
#404 to #24 - fedexman
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What kind of sick person would even ask this? Oh wait on the internet nevermind..
User avatar #158 to #24 - missrainbowdash
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yeah, **** old people they shouldn't be allowed to have healthcare.
#434 to #158 - anon id: 6ab4c294
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Exactly. Especially in ******* Germany
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User avatar #276 to #268 - condormcninja
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I think he's being sarcastic. If he's not I agree with you though.
#50 to #24 - fourthusername
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he works for 23 hours (receiving pay) to put extra years onto another guys life, that's worth it to me
#414 to #50 - dandyhandy **User deleted account**
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I do agree, but there is usually a huge waiting list for organs... people die waiting for them. If this heart could have gone into, say, an 11 year old rather than an 89 year old, it should have been done. But, the guy did his waiting, found a match, paid the money (prob. insurance but w/e)....

I just hope whoever needed that heart too can live out a full life.
User avatar #565 to #414 - cryingchicken
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Not exactly disagreeing with you but different hearts are suited for different people, that's how they decide who gets the heart depending on who it's most suited to in order to increase the chances of survival. It wouldn't really do an 11 year old much good if it belonged to a 50 year old man.
#22 - anoner
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maybe the surgeon took the assistants heart and gave it to the patient...
#57 - valhalarising
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#67 - djequalizee
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I had heart surgery that one time.
#74 to #67 - anon id: 730adadd
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I'm glad you're alive and living, but cool story, bro.
User avatar #76 to #74 - djequalizee
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thanks anon
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#273 to #67 - anon id: 768e8811
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dem nips
User avatar #326 to #273 - djequalizee
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The can cut through steel
#450 to #67 - jadewest
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This image has expired
one time I stubbed my toe
User avatar #590 to #450 - djequalizee
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Did it hurt
User avatar #591 to #590 - jadewest
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yes
User avatar #592 to #591 - djequalizee
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I'm so sorry
User avatar #593 to #592 - jadewest
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i died
User avatar #594 to #593 - djequalizee
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So did i
User avatar #595 to #594 - jadewest
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so romantic
#152 to #67 - bloodofthedragon
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H-h-isao? No but seriously congrats on not dying.
User avatar #308 to #152 - fluttersquee
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Holy **** he does really look like Hisao.
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User avatar #327 to #152 - djequalizee
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What
#333 to #327 - bloodofthedragon
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If you don't know what katawa shoujo is it is basically a dating sim where the main character has a heart problem and is sent to a school for disabled kids. I played for the fun and stayed for the feels. You should try it. It is free.
User avatar #334 to #333 - djequalizee
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I know what the game is and stuff, but i don't even have my face showing. How do i even look like someone from it.
User avatar #337 to #334 - bloodofthedragon
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Lol I didn't say you looked like him. fluttersquee did. But I mean you have the same hair and heart problem so I say you fit the bill.
User avatar #339 to #337 - djequalizee
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Ah, i see
#342 to #339 - bloodofthedragon
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Keep on doing what you're doing man. Peace.
Keep on doing what you're doing man. Peace.
#210 to #67 - pronak
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No timestamp.

I call this fake.
#324 to #210 - djequalizee
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#372 to #324 - jadedtrout
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Scar buddy!
User avatar #382 to #372 - djequalizee
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Neat
User avatar #458 to #372 - notstill
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post ur bewbs
User avatar #444 to #324 - existacne
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You forgot the comma, dumbass.
User avatar #574 to #444 - djequalizee
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Sorry, my surgery effected my grammar.
User avatar #576 to #574 - existacne
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It's actually a punctuation, stop being a moron.
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Punctuation is included in grammar.
User avatar #97 to #67 - thechosentroll
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Did you survive?
User avatar #98 to #97 - djequalizee
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No, sadly i passed away late 2012.
User avatar #183 to #98 - lamarisagoodname
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3spooky5me
#82 to #67 - djequalizee
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And for the kids
#96 - gibroner
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My friend died during a heart transplant... I miss her
My friend died during a heart transplant... I miss her
#236 to #96 - marikochan
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Where is this from?
#391 to #96 - Shadow Guardian
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#491 to #96 - haunterbrony
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C'mere. Sorry to hear that.
C'mere. Sorry to hear that.
User avatar #501 to #96 - penguindick
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R.I.P she will be missed
#564 to #96 - youraverageteenage
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Feels man
#247 to #96 - joeledo
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my father is having a heart transplant in a few months.... Well, thanks for dropping my hopes off of a cliff
my father is having a heart transplant in a few months.... Well, thanks for dropping my hopes off of a cliff
#120 to #96 - anon id: dbfb8ccd
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You ate the heart right? RIGHT?! Bastard.
#363 to #96 - heeveejeevees
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#139 to #96 - ggdhindo
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User avatar #179 to #139 - bigmanfifty
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do we?
#264 to #179 - ggdhindo
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(05/21/2013) [-]
idk you probably will sooner or later
idk you probably will sooner or later
User avatar #534 to #264 - bigmanfifty
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(05/21/2013) [-]
damn...
#406 to #96 - anon id: 1d0c70a4
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(05/21/2013) [-]
Did you get it in?
#143 to #96 - anon id: 087945c2
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k
#115 to #96 - monstersz
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#109 to #96 - vietvestige
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So... what did you do with the body?
User avatar #189 to #109 - Hreidmar
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There's a time and a place...
User avatar #371 to #109 - gibroner
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I was going to respond to this trying to make you feel bad but I she wouldn't have wanted me to do that. So I deleted that comment and all I'm going to say to you know is: I love you.
#364 to #109 - gibroner
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#304 to #96 - tylertuesday
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sorry to hear that
sorry to hear that
#113 to #96 - DotCom
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come here my friend
come here my friend
User avatar #282 - mrrandomness
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(05/21/2013) [-]
man waks up

y is asistent slepin

woo do u think gav u tha hart.
#385 to #282 - anon id: 45d4b686
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(05/21/2013) [-]
like if u crid
#408 to #282 - anon id: a9640405
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English dude English.
User avatar #417 to #408 - biggydy
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(05/21/2013) [-]
Jokes dude, jokes.
#502 to #282 - anon id: fbccee4f
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(05/21/2013) [-]
I love you so much right now
#376 to #282 - leuser
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#298 to #282 - pepemex
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User avatar #306 to #282 - hammarhead
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this kills the man
User avatar #296 to #282 - dragonzard
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(05/21/2013) [-]
This. I haven't stop laughing.
#297 to #282 - zackiscool
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(05/21/2013) [-]
i cri everytim