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Christians are idiots, stupid, and fat!!

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P(kurblette being .5 Azn) = 1

Stop doing your homework on the forum.

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Some post asking questions for debate, other blatently calling others STUPID for having any faith in ANYTHING.

Link plz.

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Also, that's a pretty lame argument.

So some religion is as important to them as their family. How would you feel if someone threw racial slurs at your children ? To some it's the same thing.

I've never heard of anyone choosing their race.

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Link plz.

How does one link the imaginary?

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There is a distinct difference in "discussing" and "making fun of")

Yes, there sure is.

Not sure how this is relevant though, as no one has made fun of religion today from as far as I know.

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How does one link the imaginary?

That's certainly a conundrum.

I just hope this poor Waaaaaambulance driver gets reimbursed for mileage he's been piling up recently.

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I discuss using humor, as waiting for a coherent answer concerning something that cannot actually be explained is sure to get boring real quick.

But really, don't create a thread like this if you are not prepared to get it back in spades.

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unironically agreeing with the thread title

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There is a distinct difference in "discussing" and "making fun of"

So some religion is as important to them as their family. How would you feel if someone threw racial slurs at your children ? To some it's the same thing.

I will be the first to say the major flaw in religion is people.

(I mention such because we share the same chance of that happening to a kidlett (well me in the future) )

The thought that some would take something as arbitrary as religious affiliation (and it IS arbitrary, becuz if you were born somewhere else, you'd believe something else) as srsly as their children SHOULD be sobering to logical people.

And it would explain the lunacy associated with some people's religious actions as dictated by their beliefs.

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