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#1234 - Not always. If something is wrong, we will all see that eventu…  [+] (3 replies) 04/19/2013 on co-existion is possible 0
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#1237 - Vandeekree (04/20/2013) [-]
Interesting, so your point is that we all should make up our minds on what is right and wrong UNLESS you made up your mind based on a book written by God, in which case you are wrong and clearly not using your own mind?

I can't help but ask you to look at the real world to justify your point. Has there ever been a point in history in which everyone agreed on what was right? Can we ever all agree on what is right if we just say "right is what you feel like it should be?"

What about those people who are sure racism is right? Or those who see nothing wrong with murder? If you say you have a valid idea of right and wrong based on how you feel, then how can you discount everyone else's feelings? That has to include those who think the right way to live is that all people murder who they want and steal if they can get away with it. There are people who have exact opposite beliefs of what is right and wrong than you do. But you feel no sympathy that they are considered outcasts and their beliefs are outlawed simply because you agree with what the current laws holds as right.

You see, that way of thinking is arbitrary and leaves literally anything open to be called righteous and anything to be called evil and immoral. It's arbitrary and has no back bone, nothing to back it up. At least my story book has reason behind all of its laws and rules while you apparently pull your morals out of thin air and then make fun that mine come from a book.
#1238 - ackbobthedead (04/20/2013) [-]
You clearly are not understanding what I am saying, because you keep saying basically the same thing over again.

Bye, Christfag.
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#1239 - Vandeekree (04/20/2013) [-]
I would disagree, you see you explain something over and over in different words to someone who doesn't understand what you're saying, not when you yourself don't understand.

But I'm sorry if you're not enjoying our little debate, I was finding it interesting. Have a good day.
#1232 - That's why humans are social creatures. We talk to each other …  [+] (5 replies) 04/19/2013 on co-existion is possible 0
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#1233 - Vandeekree (04/19/2013) [-]
So then right and wrong, for you, is simply what the masses say is right and wrong? Do you see no flaw in that?
#1234 - ackbobthedead (04/19/2013) [-]
Not always. If something is wrong, we will all see that eventually. Humans need to make up their own minds, we can't just live our lives by some story book.
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#1237 - Vandeekree (04/20/2013) [-]
Interesting, so your point is that we all should make up our minds on what is right and wrong UNLESS you made up your mind based on a book written by God, in which case you are wrong and clearly not using your own mind?

I can't help but ask you to look at the real world to justify your point. Has there ever been a point in history in which everyone agreed on what was right? Can we ever all agree on what is right if we just say "right is what you feel like it should be?"

What about those people who are sure racism is right? Or those who see nothing wrong with murder? If you say you have a valid idea of right and wrong based on how you feel, then how can you discount everyone else's feelings? That has to include those who think the right way to live is that all people murder who they want and steal if they can get away with it. There are people who have exact opposite beliefs of what is right and wrong than you do. But you feel no sympathy that they are considered outcasts and their beliefs are outlawed simply because you agree with what the current laws holds as right.

You see, that way of thinking is arbitrary and leaves literally anything open to be called righteous and anything to be called evil and immoral. It's arbitrary and has no back bone, nothing to back it up. At least my story book has reason behind all of its laws and rules while you apparently pull your morals out of thin air and then make fun that mine come from a book.
#1238 - ackbobthedead (04/20/2013) [-]
You clearly are not understanding what I am saying, because you keep saying basically the same thing over again.

Bye, Christfag.
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#1239 - Vandeekree (04/20/2013) [-]
I would disagree, you see you explain something over and over in different words to someone who doesn't understand what you're saying, not when you yourself don't understand.

But I'm sorry if you're not enjoying our little debate, I was finding it interesting. Have a good day.
#66 - I'm gay . does that mean all +?  [+] (2 replies) 04/19/2013 on how it feels to be in an... 0
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#67 - AlbertEinstein (04/19/2013) [-]
I don't really know. I'm not gay so I can't describe how it would feel in that situation.
Believe it or not, there is usually one or no gays per a grade. I've meet more gays at a public school.
If anything they are less gays at all men schools because there no girls to act soft around.
#68 - ackbobthedead (04/19/2013) [-]
I doubt that there are so little amounts of gays. It would be very hard for someone to come out if there are no others out, so they would just stay in the closet, and be scared to tell anyone, especially when everyone is a guy. Girls are easier to tell you're gay to, because they don't tend to be so judgmental, if they're your friend.
#1225 - If you need some manual to what's wrong, then you have problem…  [+] (7 replies) 04/19/2013 on co-existion is possible 0
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#1229 - Vandeekree (04/19/2013) [-]
But what if two people's common sense contradict? You see just going on your feelings on something means that morality can simply change with your feelings. It's arbitrary and based on literally thin air. If a man convinces himself that murder is ok then does that make it so?
#1232 - ackbobthedead (04/19/2013) [-]
That's why humans are social creatures. We talk to each other and learn if something bothers the other. One person may want to commit murder, but it's unnatural for a mammal, as far as I know, to kill a member of the same species. We don't need a book to tell us that harming someone or stealing is wrong. It's simply unhealthy if you can't understand what's blatantly right and wrong. Some people have different ideas of what's right and wrong, yes, but those people just need to speak with others around them and be social and someones ideals will change, hopefully for the better.
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#1233 - Vandeekree (04/19/2013) [-]
So then right and wrong, for you, is simply what the masses say is right and wrong? Do you see no flaw in that?
#1234 - ackbobthedead (04/19/2013) [-]
Not always. If something is wrong, we will all see that eventually. Humans need to make up their own minds, we can't just live our lives by some story book.
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#1237 - Vandeekree (04/20/2013) [-]
Interesting, so your point is that we all should make up our minds on what is right and wrong UNLESS you made up your mind based on a book written by God, in which case you are wrong and clearly not using your own mind?

I can't help but ask you to look at the real world to justify your point. Has there ever been a point in history in which everyone agreed on what was right? Can we ever all agree on what is right if we just say "right is what you feel like it should be?"

What about those people who are sure racism is right? Or those who see nothing wrong with murder? If you say you have a valid idea of right and wrong based on how you feel, then how can you discount everyone else's feelings? That has to include those who think the right way to live is that all people murder who they want and steal if they can get away with it. There are people who have exact opposite beliefs of what is right and wrong than you do. But you feel no sympathy that they are considered outcasts and their beliefs are outlawed simply because you agree with what the current laws holds as right.

You see, that way of thinking is arbitrary and leaves literally anything open to be called righteous and anything to be called evil and immoral. It's arbitrary and has no back bone, nothing to back it up. At least my story book has reason behind all of its laws and rules while you apparently pull your morals out of thin air and then make fun that mine come from a book.
#1238 - ackbobthedead (04/20/2013) [-]
You clearly are not understanding what I am saying, because you keep saying basically the same thing over again.

Bye, Christfag.
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#1239 - Vandeekree (04/20/2013) [-]
I would disagree, you see you explain something over and over in different words to someone who doesn't understand what you're saying, not when you yourself don't understand.

But I'm sorry if you're not enjoying our little debate, I was finding it interesting. Have a good day.
#43 - I wonder if I'd prefer an all male school. I GUESS I'LL NEVER KNOW.  [+] (8 replies) 04/18/2013 on how it feels to be in an... 0
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#44 - AlbertEinstein (04/18/2013) [-]
It has it's advantages and disadvantages.
No girls = No drama, everyone are bros to eachother
No girls also = Harder to get a girlfriend ( you have to go out of your way to find one)
#66 - ackbobthedead (04/19/2013) [-]
I'm gay. does that mean all +?
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#67 - AlbertEinstein (04/19/2013) [-]
I don't really know. I'm not gay so I can't describe how it would feel in that situation.
Believe it or not, there is usually one or no gays per a grade. I've meet more gays at a public school.
If anything they are less gays at all men schools because there no girls to act soft around.
#68 - ackbobthedead (04/19/2013) [-]
I doubt that there are so little amounts of gays. It would be very hard for someone to come out if there are no others out, so they would just stay in the closet, and be scared to tell anyone, especially when everyone is a guy. Girls are easier to tell you're gay to, because they don't tend to be so judgmental, if they're your friend.
#51 - urapooper (04/18/2013) [-]
I used to be in an all boys school as a kid. When my family moved I had to go to a coed school it was really weird the first year. I just tried to ignore my girl classmates because I did not know what I can do around em.
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#65 - AlbertEinstein (04/18/2013) [-]
I usually keep in touch with some of the girls at my old school and I meet other girls through my current school friends. I hope not to loose all social abilities I may or may not have with girls
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#50 - greenwithenvy (04/18/2013) [-]
If you get a girlfriend though, she won't think you're cheating on her... with another girl at least. "bby grl i go to all boy skol, no grls to cheat wit"