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2012-04-24 08:55:22 AM  

Mugato: Queensowntalia: Omnipotent is not the same thing as omniscient.

I thought he was supposed to be both. Besides, wouldn't "all powerful encompass "all knowing"?


Yes, but "all-knowing" does not imply or encompass "all-powerful".
 
2012-04-24 08:55:57 AM  

Vaneshi: But lets be honest here, Q was neither omnipotent or omnipresent, he was just from a post sublimed race and thus REALLY powerful but not omnipotent.


Well they always called themselves that.
 
2012-04-24 08:56:59 AM  
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2012-04-24 08:58:10 AM  

Mugato: Queensowntalia: Omnipotent is not the same thing as omniscient.

I thought he was supposed to be both. Besides, wouldn't "all powerful encompass "all knowing"?


actually, 3 things.

omniscient - all knowing
omnipotent - all powerful
omnipresent - present everywhere.

according to catholic school anyway.

and i don't think omnipotent trumps omniscient. i guess one could be all powerful as in could make a building turn into croutons, but if he wasn't omniscient he wouldn't know the ramifications of said crouton alchemy.
 
2012-04-24 08:58:22 AM  

Tatsuma: liam76: They care that govt money is spent to ensure there is a bible in the room. And that is exactly what a US air force checklist for hotel rooms that icludes a bible does.

Those are given for free by the Gideons, so no govt money is being spent there.


Technically speaking, if it is on the checklist, and it costs money to produce the checklists, then money is being spent on it. It also probably crosses the line into "Government endorsement of religion" territory and thus violates the First. So, on the subject of the article, I personally take issue with there having been a checklist.

If it has been removed from the checklist, then it should be just fine (been a few hours since I RTFA, so don't remember: was it actually removed, or is it still in the "Atheists requesting it to be removed / Christians crying persecution" phase?).

If it is not on the checklist, then atheists have nothing to rationally or legally get butthurt about. If it bothers you so much, then volunteer to put some of your own literature into hotel rooms for free.

If it is not on the checklist, and entitled Christians are getting butthurt, then they should just STFU. The Bibles are still there, and if you feel your religion can't survive without the Government endorsing it on a checklist, then your faith is weak, so you should go away to a monastary, far away from the rest of society and the internet, and don't come out until either your faith can handle such "slights" or you have given it up entirely. :p
 
2012-04-24 09:00:07 AM  

Andrew Wiggin: and i don't think omnipotent trumps omniscient. i guess one could be all powerful as in could make a building turn into croutons, but if he wasn't omniscient he wouldn't know the ramifications of said crouton alchemy.


But wouldn't one of such a being's all-powers be the power of knowledge? And thus omniscient. Omnipotence logically includes omniscience, does it not?
 
2012-04-24 09:00:33 AM  

mamoru: if it is on the checklist, and it costs money to produce the checklists, then money is being spent on it.


its one line on the checklist, the ink and paper would be used anyway, its ridiculous to pretend that it costs the government any more whatsoever.
 
2012-04-24 09:01:02 AM  

Jake Havechek: Queensowntalia: Jake Havechek: Mentioning "Mein Kampf" is racist.

Check.

Uh, I think he was referring to this part.

"This isn't "majority rules". You don't go rolling over people just because there is more of you. Maybe you approve of that but not here, not in America.

He's jewish. They're used to it by now."

I'm not 100% sure what you meant by that comment, but it's a little off-color.

I didn't make the Jewish comment, open up your freaking eyes or learn how ti use html tags.


You're quite correct, I misquoted. Sorry about that!
 
2012-04-24 09:01:48 AM  

Queensowntalia: You're quite correct, I misquoted. Sorry about that!


and yet, you were still right in the first place (that the mein kampf part was not the racist part)
 
2012-04-24 09:01:52 AM  

Mugato: Vaneshi: But lets be honest here, Q was neither omnipotent or omnipresent, he was just from a post sublimed race and thus REALLY powerful but not omnipotent.

Well they always called themselves that.


Q and indeed the others we've seen, has been shown to rather exaggerate both the Continuums combined and their individual capabilities. If they were truly omnipotent why is rule 1: Don't antagonise the Borg? Unless the Borg pose a potential threat to them... which would preclude the Q from being all powerful.

And all powerful being would not need to need to generate a temporal rift to eliminate humanity, especially as they, suggest at least, each one is capable of moving through time at will... just go and whizz in the primordial soup; job done.

They are, however, all powerful compared to the Federation technology.
 
2012-04-24 09:02:50 AM  

Tatsuma: mamoru: if it is on the checklist, and it costs money to produce the checklists, then money is being spent on it.

its one line on the checklist, the ink and paper would be used anyway, its ridiculous to pretend that it costs the government any more whatsoever.


Like I said, *technically speaking*. Ink isn't free, nor is the time spent to format the checklist to have that item or not. It may be negligible, but it's not zero. :p

But, like I said, any issue I would personally have about it is from the Government endorsement standpoint. :)
 
2012-04-24 09:04:55 AM  

mamoru: Like I said, *technically speaking*. Ink isn't free, nor is the time spent to format the checklist to have that item or not. It may be negligible, but it's not zero. :p


Yeah but between you and me, if printing 50 lines worth of ink on 50 pages, and the three seconds it takes to open a drawer, see a Bible then close it again were the worst problems the American government had in terms of waste, I'd be delighted.

what is it gonna save in time and money every year? 5$ and about 10 hours?

And this is not endorsement, as they are only copying what American hotel rooms are in the first place.
 
2012-04-24 09:05:12 AM  

mamoru: But wouldn't one of such a being's all-powers be the power of knowledge? And thus omniscient. Omnipotence logically includes omniscience, does it not?


That's what I tried to say.
 
2012-04-24 09:05:45 AM  

untaken_name: It's axiomatically wrong to say that a being which has any limitations on their abilities is omnipotent.


That takes us back to the question of whether God can create a rock which is too heavy for Him to lift. Either creation abilities or lifting abilities must have a limitation.
 
2012-04-24 09:06:05 AM  

traylor: I'm a Satanic and I need a Bible printed backwards.


Your hotel room has a mirror, soldier. Adapt and overcome.
 
2012-04-24 09:07:50 AM  

Andrew Wiggin: Mugato: Queensowntalia:

and i don't think omnipotent trumps omniscient. i guess one could be all powerful as in could make a building turn into croutons, but if he wasn't omniscient he wouldn't know the ramifications of said crouton alchemy.


Somebody mention croutons?


[On front porch. Bruce has three kids listening.]
Bruce: [with hick accent] The biggest crouton I ever saw was this big [illustrating size wider than his shoulders]. It took three guys to lift it. So, if you and your friend wanted to lift this crouton, you'd still need another guy. That's how big the crouton [voice cracking, when emphasises words] was!

The guy who owned it, kept it in a shed, wrapped in velvet. And, if you wanted to see it, he'd take you there, but it cost you fifteen dollars cash down. . .and you'd have to be drunk. Drunk--so you wouldn't know where he kept the crouton.

They called him Ol' Daryl, although he was only eighteen years old. It was one of those names folks hoped he'd grow into. . .sorta like. . .Hank, you know? Ol' Daryl loved his crouton so much that it worried his girlfriend, Hazel--a name that no one ever grows into.

And one day, she said, "You know, Ol' Daryl, I think you love that ol' crouton more than you love me!"

"Welp, there's the door," he said.

And at that he motioned at a large hole in the wall that he intended to build a door into as soon as he got some tools.

So, the fight ended in a compromise. He decided to buy her a humidifier.

And as fate would have it, as they were out that night, some kids. . .kids I guess about-about your ages, your sizes, smells, uh, hair color, and ethnocentric backgrounds. . .were out in the midst of a rango-tango devil-maker spree, and they happened upon the crouton shack. They broke right in. They _claim_ they were looking for mother's days gifts, but I don't believe that. . .because as soon as they saw that crouton, they had their little Swiss Army knives poised, and they started hackin' away and that beautiful crouton. . .just to garnish their selfish salads. And then they skidattled as mysteriously as they came. They were kids a lot like you.

And by the time Ol' Daryl came home with that humidifier under his right arm, that crouton, once mighty and towering, was now the size of say a Rubick's Cube. And if you were there, in the middle of that monday night, you mighta heard the sound of crying. . .male crying--the rarest kind. Nowadays Ol' Daryl, well, he looks his name, cuz people don't come to see that crouton no more, just teenage girls who want to use it for earrings. And when he and his woman aren't buying lottery tickets, he's out lookin' at that shack, just rememberin'. Yep.

So. . .any of you kids married?
 
2012-04-24 09:08:12 AM  

Tatsuma: its one line on the checklist, the ink and paper would be used anyway, its ridiculous to pretend that it costs the government any more whatsoever.


It's still an endorsement of one specific religion over others, which is the bigger issue.

From the article, it doesn't sound like they're complaining about the bibles ACTUALLY being removed, because they aren't being specifically removed, they're complaining that the line item was removed from the checklist. Essentially, the complaint is that they will no longer get special treatment.
 
2012-04-24 09:08:20 AM  

mamoru: Like I said, *technically speaking*. Ink isn't free, nor is the time spent to format the checklist to have that item or not. It may be negligible, but it's not zero. :p


That's silly.

However, if a Bible were to disappear from a room and the spare supply was gone, they'd be required to buy one. That's not as silly.
 
2012-04-24 09:08:46 AM  
Who gives a shiat about the money? Why is it on the checklist to begin with?
 
2012-04-24 09:11:25 AM  

Prevailing Wind: I don't use a hair drier, but I am not offended by the presence of one in my hotel room.
I don't use a clothes iron, but I am not offended by the presence of one in my hotel room.
I don't read the bible, but I am not offended by the presence of one in my hotel room.


Now, which of the three are used by a group of arrogant people as a basis for denying women healthcare? Which of the three have the most people been tortured and killed over? Which of the three is a bunch of fairy tales, masquerading as the basis for fundamental law?
 
2012-04-24 09:12:24 AM  

Worldwalker:
That takes us back to the question of whether God can create a rock which is too heavy for Him to lift. Either creation abilities or lifting abilities must have a limitation.


Total energy output of the universe, over it's projected lifespan = Gods maximum energy output, convert that in to something vaugley human related and you get its maximum lifting capacity? *shrug*

As more scientific theories are appearing to suggest a multi-verse, is there a single 'God' for all or does each one have it's own God? If we create a pocket universe at some point in the distant future to use as an energy source... does it come with it's own 'God'?
 
2012-04-24 09:12:25 AM  

miscreant: It's still an endorsement of one specific religion over others, which is the bigger issue.


I disagree.

They are copying American hotel rooms to give soldiers the 'comforts from home'. They did not endorse any religion anymore than they endorsed all those paintings of dogs playing pokers or stained sheets.
 
2012-04-24 09:12:44 AM  

HAMMERTOE: Prevailing Wind: I don't use a hair drier, but I am not offended by the presence of one in my hotel room.
I don't use a clothes iron, but I am not offended by the presence of one in my hotel room.
I don't read the bible, but I am not offended by the presence of one in my hotel room.

Now, which of the three are used by a group of arrogant people as a basis for denying women healthcare? Which of the three have the most people been tortured and killed over? Which of the three is a bunch of fairy tales, masquerading as the basis for fundamental law?


The iron? It's been keeping women down for generations.
 
2012-04-24 09:14:27 AM  

Tatsuma: or stained sheets.


Sheets are always clean... just never look at the mattresses underneath. *shudder* you'll bring your own sleeping bag after that.
 
2012-04-24 09:16:25 AM  
Bottom line: Your "Ghod" supposedly banished not only a couple of toddlers (for what more could Adam & Eve have mentally been, with no knowledge of good and evil,) but banished all their descendants as well. And for what? Why, your "Ghod's" negligence, of course. Knowing Adam & Eves innocence, "Ghod" left them alone in the garden with an agent of evil. A temper tantrum of epic proportions.

And who admitted the serpent into Paradise?
 
2012-04-24 09:18:10 AM  

HAMMERTOE: And who admitted the serpent into Paradise?


God's a sub-par bouncer?

I pity the fool.
 
2012-04-24 09:19:31 AM  

Vaneshi: Omnipotent doesn't equate to omnipresent? I admit you would expect a God to be both really wouldn't you? All seeing, all knowing... all full of wisdom and stuff


Omnipotent is not the same as Omniscient; it seems rational that an entity that would "Know all" would be able to know how to be omnipotent, and vice-versa, but complete and absolute knowledge of all things in the moment does not immediately translate to the ability to act on all things in the moment if there are constraints to either - which is possible within a limited scope. If you work from the position that god is omnipotent and omniscient within his own realm of creation that does not exclude the idea of limitations, provided god had to work with imperfect materials. Like, he did the best he could with what he had. This position can actually provide some interesting debate material against the problem of evil, which only comes up if you include omniscience, omnipotent and unreserved benevolence in a creator entity. The breakdown there, however, is that christian canon very clearly states god created everything out of nothing, which means he has total power over everything and knows everything there is, which means he has control over the creation of evil and, well, there you go.

The idea that a creator entity did not start from void is an old idea also, if you want to read about "demiurge" but it was only ever adopted by the gnostics; there was another cult who believed something similar, that Jesus was supposed to come save the world from the hebrew god. Which, looking at it, puts the entire bible into a somewhat less hypocritical context.

Anyway. Carry on.
 
2012-04-24 09:21:19 AM  

Tatsuma: mamoru: if it is on the checklist, and it costs money to produce the checklists, then money is being spent on it.

its one line on the checklist, the ink and paper would be used anyway, its ridiculous to pretend that it costs the government any more whatsoever.


If it's such a non issue then why are christians so pissy about removing the requirements to have the bibles there? Let them continue voluntarily placing bibles there, just remove the requirement for it. Is that a big deal?
 
2012-04-24 09:21:31 AM  

Tatsuma: uttertosh: He's jewish. They're used to it by now.

If it was mein kampf EVERYWERE,

Thanks for the racist comment, and the absolutely retarded comparison. I will now reconsider my position and give a lot of weight to your posts in the future.
.


As a mixed race human being, who was brought up without religion (and was phiscally and mentally abused by christians because of these facts), I find christian propoganda as offensive as nazi propoganda. Does that help you with my comparison? Or is that just personal anecdote to you, as I was not in the majority?

The 'in the majority argument' you are defending christians with in this thread can be directly applied to the majority in another oppressive, intolerant, brainwashed mindset. In Germany. Not that long ago.

Thanks for defining Judeism as a race, BTW. I will now reconsider my position and give a lot of weight to your posts in the future.

/Atheism is not a religion, it's a race!!
//sorry Tats, but I think you're dead wrong in this thread
 
2012-04-24 09:21:49 AM  

Leeds: God's a sub-par bouncer?

I pity the fool.


We don't tolerate this kind of incompetence from a human parent.

Somehow, I expect better than such negligence and responsibility avoidance from a "Ghod".
 
2012-04-24 09:24:14 AM  

uttertosh: //sorry Tats, but I think you're dead wrong in this thread


"In this thread?"

Tats, (much like Bevets) has never been right!
 
2012-04-24 09:24:33 AM  

uttertosh: Thanks for defining Judeism as a race, BTW.


There absolutely is a relation between Judaism and race. You would absolutely be aware of that if you had bothered to even read what Mein Kampf was about.
 
2012-04-24 09:25:03 AM  

miscreant: Tatsuma: its one line on the checklist, the ink and paper would be used anyway, its ridiculous to pretend that it costs the government any more whatsoever.

It's still an endorsement of one specific religion over others, which is the bigger issue.

From the article, it doesn't sound like they're complaining about the bibles ACTUALLY being removed, because they aren't being specifically removed, they're complaining that the line item was removed from the checklist. Essentially, the complaint is that they will no longer get special treatment.


Exactly the point.

Even among Christians, there are a variety of religious texts. KJV, Douay, or NIV Bible? Book of Mormon? Pearl of Great Price? Which should be required by the government?

The government shouldn't be in the business of requiring any sort of religious book. That's the point that so many people are missing. It's not about what books people read, or don't read, or even throw off the balcony; it's about what books the government requires in a room. Religious books (for any religion) shouldn't be required.

As for Christians being unable to read some version of the Bible if the military doesn't require it to be stocked in a hotel room: I don't know for a fact, but I would suspect the military is a great market for ebook readers. In a very small space (even with its travel case, mine's smaller than a single hardcover book) you can carry thousands of books, including whatever holy book you want to read. Problem solved, government not needed.
 
2012-04-24 09:25:32 AM  
Leeds is a very intelligent and charming person, a beauty to look at and pleasure to interact with.
 
2012-04-24 09:27:31 AM  
Last time I stayed in a hotel, I pulled the Bible out of the drawer and read all about the scourging and the crowning with thorns and I could viddy myself helping in and even taking charge of the tolchocking and the nailing in, being dressed in the height of Roman fashion. I didn't so much like the latter part of the book, which is more like all preachy talking than fighting and the old in-out. I liked the parts where these old yahoodies tolchock each other and then drink their Hebrew vino, and getting onto the bed with their wives' handmaidens. That kept me going.
 
2012-04-24 09:28:05 AM  

Tatsuma: uttertosh: Thanks for defining Judeism as a race, BTW.

There absolutely is a relation between Judaism and race. You would absolutely be aware of that if you had bothered to even read what Mein Kampf was about.


And yet that still wasn't his point. He finds the christian bible as offensive as Jews find Mein Kampf offensive. Would you be so dismissing if the majority used it as their holy text and that was being put in the rooms?
 
2012-04-24 09:28:24 AM  

HAMMERTOE: Leeds: God's a sub-par bouncer?

I pity the fool.

We don't tolerate this kind of incompetence from a human parent.

Somehow, I expect better than such negligence and responsibility avoidance from a "Ghod".


I bet if there is a God and she has a bucket list, reading this thread isn't on it.
 
2012-04-24 09:29:22 AM  

truthseeker2083: And yet that still wasn't his point. He finds the christian bible as offensive as Jews find Mein Kampf offensive. Would you be so dismissing if the majority used it as their holy text and that was being put in the rooms?


And that's not what I was addressing, I was addressing his racist comment about Jews just rolling over and being used to it.
 
2012-04-24 09:29:58 AM  
I do have to give "Ghod" some kudos, though. "Ghod" has been consistent with avoiding responsibility. All the bad stuff in your life? Your own fault, or Satan's fault. Never "Ghod's" fault. Nowhere in the gospels does it say, "When Jesus' workday was ended..."
 
2012-04-24 09:30:21 AM  

itsfullofstars: All Latest: FTA: "an extensive, 1,200-item checklist" used by innkeepers "to insure standards are being met and maintained."

Wow.

You know who else had a 1200 item checklist.

[vanhalen.jpg]


One of the items on VHs list was a bowl of M&Ms with all the brown one's removed. This item was included not because the band was eccentric, but rather it was used as a method of checking that arena managers were actually reading the list/contract and implementing the requirements, many of which were there to ensure the safety of the band.

/csb
 
2012-04-24 09:30:35 AM  
And if you think it's not racist, reread it like this:

uttertosh: This isn't "majority rules". You don't go rolling over people just because there is more of you. Maybe you approve of that but not here, not in America.

He's African-American. They're used to it by now.

 
2012-04-24 09:32:50 AM  

Prevailing Wind: Somebody mention croutons?


[On front porch. Bruce has three kids listening.]
Bruce: [with hick accent] The biggest crouton I ever saw was this big [illustrating size wider than his shoulders]. It took three guys to lift it. So, if you and your friend wanted to lift this crouton, you'd still need another guy. That's how big the crouton [voice cracking, when emphasises words] was!

The guy who owned it, kept it in a shed, wrapped in velvet. And, if you wanted to see it, he'd take you there, but it cost you fifteen dollars cash down. . .and you'd have to be drunk. Drunk--so you wouldn't know where he kept the crouton.

They called him Ol' Daryl, although he was only eighteen years old. It was one of those names folks hoped he'd grow into. . .sorta like. . .Hank, you know? Ol' Daryl loved his crouton so much that it worried his girlfriend, Hazel--a name that no one ever grows into.

And one day, she said, "You know, Ol' Daryl, I think you love that ol' crouton more than you love me!"

"Welp, there's the door," he said.

And at that he motioned at a large hole in the wall that he intended to build a door into as soon as he got some tools.

So, the fight ended in a compromise. He decided to buy her a humidifier.

And as fate would have it, as they were out that night, some kids. . .kids I guess about-about your ages, your sizes, smells, uh, hair color, and ethnocentric backgrounds. . .were out in the midst of a rango-tango devil-maker spree, and they happened upon the crouton shack. They broke right in. They _claim_ they were looking for mother's days gifts, but I don't believe that. . .because as soon as they saw that crouton, they had their little Swiss Army knives poised, and they started hackin' away and that be ...


W...T...F?
 
2012-04-24 09:35:42 AM  

StaleCoffee: Omnipotent is not the same as Omniscient; it seems rational that an entity that would "Know all" would be able to know how to be omnipotent, and vice-versa, but complete and absolute knowledge of all things in the moment does not immediately translate to the ability to act on all things in the moment if there are constraints to either - which is possible within a limited scope. If you work from the position that god is omnipotent and omniscient within his own realm of creation that does not exclude the idea of limitations, provided god had to work with imperfect materials.


Sounds like a lot of lawyer-speak, which is admittedly necessary to make sense of a lot of the Bible.
 
2012-04-24 09:35:43 AM  
Wow, all this time and NO ONE posted this? For shame fark, FOR SHAME.

Bill Hicks - Who are the farking gideons?
 
2012-04-24 09:36:09 AM  

uttertosh: Tatsuma: uttertosh: He's jewish. They're used to it by now.

If it was mein kampf EVERYWERE,

Thanks for the racist comment, and the absolutely retarded comparison. I will now reconsider my position and give a lot of weight to your posts in the future.
.

As a mixed race human being, who was brought up without religion (and was phiscally and mentally abused by christians because of these facts), I find christian propoganda as offensive as nazi propoganda. Does that help you with my comparison? Or is that just personal anecdote to you, as I was not in the majority?

The 'in the majority argument' you are defending christians with in this thread can be directly applied to the majority in another oppressive, intolerant, brainwashed mindset. In Germany. Not that long ago.

Thanks for defining Judeism as a race, BTW. I will now reconsider my position and give a lot of weight to your posts in the future.

/Atheism is not a religion, it's a race!!
//sorry Tats, but I think you're dead wrong in this thread


I grew up partly in the south. Montgomery, AL was my father's last assignment. I was there when I first came out as gay. I was at a christian school, but they were so filled with christ's love they kicked me out. Then I got to go to public school as the only openly gay student. The christians there used their 'holy' book to call me vile names, tell me all about AIDS and hell and how I deserved both... There were a couple of physical altercations (read: beat-downs). All in the name of their vile interpretation of that vile book. I too find it and them disgusting. The military has no right to ensure anyone has access. If someone wants it, there are multiple ways for them to obtain it. We should NOT be making sure they are provided just because they are a majority.
 
2012-04-24 09:38:48 AM  

Uncle Tractor: Some seriously derpy comments in the article. Also:

[upload.wikimedia.org image 250x352]


Well, guess someone did reference Bill Hicks. Helps if I read through the thread more.

/goes back to desk in shame....
 
2012-04-24 09:40:13 AM  

Tatsuma: Leeds is a very intelligent and charming person, a beauty to look at and pleasure to interact with.


Hey!

For the record, I said "you're never right." Never did I say you weren't a gentleman & a scholar.

Cheers
 
2012-04-24 09:40:59 AM  

palelizard: Prevailing Wind: Somebody mention croutons?

(see post above for sketch)


W...T...F?



/too obscure?
 
2012-04-24 09:41:12 AM  

Tatsuma: liam76: They care that govt money is spent to ensure there is a bible in the room. And that is exactly what a US air force checklist for hotel rooms that icludes a bible does.

Those are given for free by the Gideons, so no govt money is being spent there.


Yes it is.

Doesn't matter if the are "free" if an employee has to be paid to make sure they are in the room. It costs money for that employee to take the time and check, to take time to replace the old bible if it is gone, etc.
 
2012-04-24 09:41:16 AM  
I don't think bibles should be in hotel rooms. It has absolutely nothing to do with religious preference or anything like that. I just think it is a complete waste of money and a horrible use of resources to keep a printer book in a hotel room considering it is free on the Internet and most hotels have a computer lab if you don't have your own computer. I also think it is stupid to have a phone book there for the same reason.
 
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