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#2 - Don't worry, most of us have seen this picture seeing as how y…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/27/2015 on Instreason +21
#8 - alfonshister (09/27/2015) [-]
*cough*
#29 - I would take these a lot more seriously if most of them were a…  [+] (11 new replies) 09/27/2015 on Atheism comp +14
#194 - aheael (09/27/2015) [-]
Open to interpretation. That's where I can argue those quotes where supposed to be enlightening in the prospect of letting people share their views. They find it better to live a life without religion so if that'd be the same for others, why would they not share?
Same way with religion, people find it better to have it in their life so they share their views. You somehow found it to be something where they think they're above you, shows how sensitive you are.

Flood, where is it? Evidence against it = yes.
Yes but that's not the god depicted in religions is it? That's something or someone entirely different.

History? Where is the evidence for the great flood? Like I only have to attack that single point in the main religions that does have it because if it didn't happen then obviously so did not the rest.
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#222 - captainfuckitall (09/27/2015) [-]
Perhaps because you dislike it when someone tries to force their religion and beliefs into YOUR life? Surely you would be irritated if someone believed you were inferior to them because of your belief system.

It's not 'somehow', it's straight to the point, you can LITERALLY read it, and that's LITERALLY in a LITERAL way, not just an exaggerated way. "I became an Atheist and suddenly had clarity" "Beliefs divide us" "It's common sense not to be religious" "Religion is a threat to mankind" "To believe in god is an expression of weakness", so on, so fourth. I really shouldn't ask, because anyone reading your comment already knows the answer, but are you really so bias that you refuse to see the pretentiousness and air of 'superior thinking' coming from the statements? I'm completely fine with being sensitive so long as I can see things the way they are, versus you, who turns a blind eye when they want to be right.

Oh, 'the' flood? Like, the great flood? Something that only happened in two, maybe three religions, not the 20,000? I suppose you're right, no evidence for a flood, but there is evidence for the plagues of Egypt and even Moses' escape. Here they are: www.google.ca/?gfe_rd=cr&ei=710IVsyXNevs8wfD-ZTYCQ&gws_rd=ssl#q=plagues+of+egypt+scientific+explanation

And also: www.google.ca/?gfe_rd=cr&ei=710IVsyXNevs8wfD-ZTYCQ&gws_rd=ssl#q=did+the+exodus+really+happen

I even went straight to google so you can pick your own websites. Oh, and before you come off with the same argument every other Atheist does "Those happened naturally! No god had a hand in it!", I'll already tell you that your thinking is flawed. You refuse to believe because you do not accept that a god can work by natural forces of nature and MUST perform supernatural or physics-breaking feats. Keep in mind, at the time of this happening, it WAS supernatural and physics-breaking, and nobody ever claimed a god couldn't work beside forces of nature to make their will come about.

"Obviously the rest didn't happen either" except I just proved you wrong. One of the benefits of the Bible being stories written BY old men is that much information can be incorrect or inaccurate, while others still work just fine. I would suggest talking to whatever god you have a problem with yourself if you desire to know what really happened and what didn't.
#223 - aheael (09/27/2015) [-]
i think there's a difference between uh openly forcing their views on the person and just talking about what they think. I don't know what kind of place you're at if all you do meet are these extreme types.

Huh yes I'm bias. The same way you assume they're superior- you sure are quick to jump the gun. Riiight, i honestly have no clue where you're pulling this from.
?_? did i talk about the other religions, i said the flood because the flood only has to partake with the "main" religions.

I honestly don't care about those because they were not in my point.

What...?? How did you prove me wrong when you just said I'm right and there's no evidence for a flood. I mean if there's no flood that means there was no God who did that nor was there any cleansing or any thing like that. One of the flaws of the Bible is if one "STORY" is false then the rest's validity start to crumble too.

...? uuhh ok?
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#227 - captainfuckitall (09/27/2015) [-]
Oh, and since I'm being so nice and providing all these links and pastes, could you show me YOUR proof that the flood didn't happen?
#229 - aheael (09/27/2015) [-]
Okie dokie

www.google.co.uk/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&es_th=1&ie=UTF-8#q=the+grand+canyon+layers+of+fossils

www.biblicalnonsense.com/chapter6.html

there's quite a bit when they debate on the flood: Bill Nye Debates Ken Ham - HD (Official)
if the video doesn't start at the time, skip to 58:27
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#233 - captainfuckitall (09/27/2015) [-]
Thank you.
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#226 - captainfuckitall (09/27/2015) [-]
What do you believe counts as 'extreme types'?

Obviously because you're bias. You are either consciously refusing to read undertones (that really aren't under much), or subconsciously doing it because you want to pack Atheists on the back or something. Even by having a merry stroll through the comments you see others saying the same thing.

Ah, perfect, because the exodus and plagues happened in those ones too.

Ooooooooooh, despite "none of them being true" because the story of the flood isn't, and me showing you actual scientific evidence that they now are true, breaking your cycle of thinking, and proving that many stories can be true while one is false, 'those are not your point', so they don't count. Tell me, do you always backtrack this hard when you're proven wrong, or is it just with religious people?

You have very poor reading comprehension, don't you. Here, let me help: "History? Where is the evidence for the great flood? Like I only have to attack that single point in the main religions that does have it because if it didn't happen then obviously so did not the rest.", and here we are, that point proven wrong.
#228 - aheael (09/27/2015) [-]
those who force their views or agenda by uncomfortable or extreme means.

Well ok I'm bias because I just see it as a group of people who share their thoughts on God in an intellectual manner. Sorry that I see it differently.

....what? I just said the flood has tremendous evidence against it and you said I'm right then you brought out the plagues when nowhere did I point at it.

How about this, if the flood didn't exist then how does the same one for the plagues do too? Because if the one for the plagues did then obviously the flood must've existed... yet it doesn't.
Umm I'm backtracking? Dude i get the feeling you're really "butthurt" or "triggered" by this. Depending on your response, I won't continue 'cos all I get is a presumptuous person. Other than what i just said now, I'm not assuming anything about you.

Ok you copy and pasted what I said. I don't get what you're saying with it though. Cos I just said the rest's validity start to crumble if that's not true. which your copy and pasted basically just repeats my point. and not to mention you said that I'm right about the flood.
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#234 - captainfuckitall (09/27/2015) [-]
And who in the first world forces their religious views?

And religious people are incapable of doing so? You do not have to apologize for anything, you just have to be able to see underlying tones and views without people spelling it out for you. If this was reversed, and I said "I have more to live for because I'm religious", you would have very little problem seeing it as a slight against you.

Okay. I want you to listen very carefully, okay? Like, really really carefully. YOU said...BECAUSE the floods did not happen...THE REST of the tales from the bible would be FAKE, are you still following? Still with me? Now, we're continuing, so pay attention okay? I PROVED that your train of thought was WRONG. Still with me? BECAUSE I PROVED a story in the bible TO have happened, DESPITE the floods NOT happening, so your TRAIN OF THOUGHT is INCORRECT. Do you understand? Do you really, really understand?

Your logic is incredibly flawed. "If A, then B. A, so B", that is a logical train of thought, they practice that in course for logic. "If A, then B. B, so A", this logical train of thought is INCORRECT, because B does not always have to happen with A, it just always happens AFTER A. Get it? You can also see for yourself that your train of logic is flawed because Science has proved the plagues did happen. By arguing they didn't, you're arguing against Scientists. I sent you the damn links where they proved it, did you even read them?

You are backtracking. You're contradicting yourself and following illogical trains of thought to reach a desired conclusion. If you don't want to continue the conversation, be my guest; it's not like I'm having fun arguing with a brick wall, but I get the feeling you're going to continue because you desire being right more than you desire being correct.

But that's wrong: "The rest's validity starts to crumble" is incorrect because I proved another story happened.

Listen to me: Nobody cares about the flood. It didn't happen, big deal, good for them, good for it, good for you, good for me, nobody cares. I'm not focusing on that, I'm focusing on what you said, "If it didn't happen, the others didn't", which I CLEARLY proved wrong because others DID happen.
#235 - aheael (09/27/2015) [-]
um extremists?

I never said religious people are incapable of doing so. Nowhere did I mention anything ABOUT religious people. If the roles were reversed and the quotes were similarly intellectual, I might like it- I might not. It isn't though so I don't know. ?_? You keep presuming I got something against religion or something.

But you didn't. You gave me two god damn google searches! Equally I can find the opposite going AGAINST it. Oh and let me put something into perspective- you who said those atheists act superior, look at how you're talking to me now. You're slowly spelling it out for me like I'm a child. How ironic.
Oh and one more thing, if you just proved the plague was real then you just proved GOD is real! Do you understand that? If you just said your story is real then you just single-handedly proved G-O-D is real.

ok. you really are just a waste of time.
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#236 - captainfuckitall (09/27/2015) [-]
Let me reiterate: What kind of extremist organizations live in the first world?

No, I'm presuming you have something FOR Atheists, which you yourself admitted.

I'm sorry, are you so inept that you are unable to click links? I told you why it's google searches, so you wouldn't accuse bias on my part from choosing specific links to look through. Apparently I need to spoon feed you, though.

I'm spelling it out to you like a child because you have the sense of one. It's not a religious thing, it's just that you're stupid.

No I didn't. I proved they happened, whether they happened naturally (which is proved) or by divine hand (which is not proved) remains inconclusive. I only proved your train of thought incorrect, that if one is false, all must be.

I couldn't agree more about you
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#164 - Until they're killed and pushed back like they were in the Cru…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/26/2015 on Is England Waking Up? +4
#319 - minibeep (09/30/2015) [-]
yeah like thats going to happen. everybody feels sorry for muslims.
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#320 - captainfuckitall (09/30/2015) [-]
And yet more and more people are seeing how they abuse that pity and sympathy. Lucky us, I suppose :^)
#162 - Because it's not a minority when even your own government is t… 09/26/2015 on Is England Waking Up? 0
#154 - Yet he identifies as English, follows the culture, loves the l… 09/26/2015 on Is England Waking Up? +1
#149 - I don't think that's so much his point. Much like me,…  [+] (3 new replies) 09/26/2015 on Is England Waking Up? 0
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#199 - MrKittyKat (09/26/2015) [-]
inb4 sharia law takes over london.
#155 - anon (09/26/2015) [-]
But the problem is everyone is so focused on the bad that it's becoming the "image" for immigration and that's just harsh on the legal people who have worked to be among natives in the counties they moved to. Hell, I think it was in Finland, but somewhere there was a legit riot of people throwing firecrackers at refugees and dressing as KKK members, and that doesn't exactly paint the other side as rational either, but everyone ignores the vocal minority in their case. Why not realize both have a vocal minority?
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#162 - captainfuckitall (09/26/2015) [-]
Because it's not a minority when even your own government is throwing your culture under the rug in favour of new-comers

Of course people are going to act violently to defend what they've known their whole life and heart. That's not an excuse for their actions, just a truth of the matter. If only the immigrants were so steadfast of defending their own homeland against ISIS, it wouldn't even be a problem.
#148 - So why not invite them into your house to stay with you, friend? 09/26/2015 on Is England Waking Up? 0
#138 - Taken from a 2010 census... 09/26/2015 on Is England Waking Up? 0