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#46 - seelcudoom (11/12/2014) [-]
heres the thing
alot of people do good because of religion to
some of those assholes would still be doing the same things just wouldent be shouting about god while they do it, for alot of these people god is just justification for there actions not the reason
also people have done shitty things in the name of "muh atheism"
#51 - testaburger (11/12/2014) [-]
The soviet union didn't want religion because it was atheist. It didn't want religion because the leader was to be regarded as a person of worship. In other words, Stalin wanted to be the only god for these people.
By the same logic, hitler persecuted jews because he was a christian.
Don't be an idiot.
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#39 - klaes (03/07/2014) [-]
Now I fucking love reading, but I think people should get used to reading on ebooks. I prefer having an actual copy to hold in my hands too, but it's just a lot more convenient to have a majority of books in electronic form and a few select ones that you really, really love in hard copies. It's better for the environment, cheaper in the long run if you're an avid reader, and better for the publisher/author.
#36 - theplogyr (03/07/2014) [-]
"There's nothing wrong with liking the look, smell and atmosphere of a library."
There is if you care about the world's resources. The world is changing, people must adapt, the only way to survive and improve access to information with destroying the woods is buying ebooks and give up such shitty whims like "boo hoo, I like the smell of books". And I liked the glamorous smell and look of a steam-engines smoke cloud, soaring trough the skies, reeking of death and burning. Ah, modern engines can't compare with that!
TL;DR You're not wrong, or slightly wrong, you're a stupid piece of shit with retarded priorities.o
#38 - mankey (03/07/2014) [-]
*sigh* I'm surprised you can reach your keyboard to type that, considering the height of the horse you must be on.
First, wood and paper is a replenish-able resource. The plastic that makes the e-readers is not. So if you want to talk about your "smoke cloud, soaring trough the skies, reeking of death and burning" that's your plastic manufacturing and disposal right there buddy. The key ingredient to plastics? Oil or other toxic chemicals. That's without mentioning the sweatshops creating your wonder of the modern world.
#40 - theplogyr (03/07/2014) [-]
>le condescending line to show how smart i am
Do you have any idea about digital storage? An e-reader the half the size of a medium book could hold an entire wall of books and the storage space will increase in time. Plus you could have additional memory sticks, each of them holding hundreds of books. And don't even dare to think about your books alone, for every book you own, there are another 100-100000000 exemplars out there. So are you telling me that you calculated (>implying you know where to even begin to do that) and found that it's more resource-consuming and damaging to the environment for everybody to have e-readers (which let's say, will last for 3 years until they need replacement) than for everybody to buy a book they'll read only once in the span of a week or so? Show me your numbers faggot. Seeing as how you made the counter-intuitive claim, it's your job to do so.
#32 - anonymous (03/07/2014) [-]
The Kindle has a information at the bottom that tells your how far you are in the book and how long it will take you to finish the chapter.
#35 - mankey (03/07/2014) [-]
It's just not the same. It's so many things that make reading a real book different. The feel of paper, the smell of the glue, the rustle as you turn the pages, the creak of the spine as you open it. I also like the look of a shelf full of books, seeing the names on the spines, just the weight of knowledge, feels completely different from flicking through the virtual library on a Kindle.
Maybe I'm just a dinosaur, behind the times. But I just like a good book......am I a hipster now for liking books? I hope not. I don't have the money for apple products and I don't know where my closest starbucks is.
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