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(The Daily Beast)   Safety tip for Paul Ryan: When you have Catholic nuns gunning for you to protect the poor - you better watch out   (thedailybeast.com) divider line 51
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2012-08-16 11:06:42 AM
It's kind of sad that all of this talk about Ryan is about Medicare. Sure, old people vote and like Medicare so it makes political sense. It's just too bad that nobody seems to mind that Ryan's plan screws poor people.
 
2012-08-16 11:37:49 AM
This summer, the outspoken Catholic nun led a bus tour across the country called "Nuns on the Bus,"

Sounds hot. Is it anything like Bang Bus?
 
2012-08-16 11:39:08 AM
Nude nuns with guns. Isn't that a movie? I can't Google it at work.
 
2012-08-16 11:46:35 AM
The important thing is that we can all agree that Paul Ryan is just a horrible person.
 
2012-08-16 11:51:05 AM

Mugato: This summer, the outspoken Catholic nun led a bus tour across the country called "Nuns on the Bus,"

Sounds hot. Is it anything like Bang Bus?


Sort of...they spank you with a ruler for a fistful of communion wafers.
 
2012-08-16 12:14:09 PM

Mugato: This summer, the outspoken Catholic nun led a bus tour across the country called "Nuns on the Bus,"

Sounds hot. Is it anything like Bang Bus?


More like Mary "On the bus" à la Frank Zappa.
 
2012-08-16 12:15:20 PM
Nuns n Moses
 
2012-08-16 12:47:53 PM
I see someone fell asleep in Theology class.

Supply-Side Jesus doesn't want you to help the poor. He wants you to allow the poor help themselves by giving tax cuts to the wealthy.
 
2012-08-16 12:56:38 PM

tallguywithglasseson: I see someone fell asleep in Theology class.

Supply-Side Jesus doesn't want you to help the poor. He wants you to allow the poor help themselves by giving tax cuts to the wealthy.


Give a man a fish, you feed him for a day. Teach him to fish and you can feed him a lifetime. Take away his fish and give it to a rich person, and he will learn to fish harder.
 
2012-08-16 12:59:14 PM

mrshowrules: Give a man a fish, you feed him for a day. Teach him to fish and you can feed him a lifetime. Take away his fish and give it to a rich person, and he will learn to fish harder.


Reagan 29:11, one of my favorites.

Amen.
 
2012-08-16 01:47:53 PM

mrshowrules: tallguywithglasseson: I see someone fell asleep in Theology class.

Supply-Side Jesus doesn't want you to help the poor. He wants you to allow the poor help themselves by giving tax cuts to the wealthy.

Give a man a fish, you feed him for a day. Teach him to fish and you can feed him a lifetime. Take away his fish and give it to a rich person, and he will learn to fish harder.


Give fish a man they will feed on the corpse for weeks.
 
2012-08-16 02:01:19 PM
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2012-08-16 02:02:43 PM
Don't worry. Bill Donahue and Darth Benedict will keep these nuns focused on what really matters. Fetuses and birth control.
 
2012-08-16 02:04:30 PM
Serious response: As evil as Catholic priests are, Catholic nuns tend to be, by and large, pretty cool people.
 
2012-08-16 02:06:43 PM

Counter_Intelligent: Don't worry. Bill Donahue and Darth Benedict will keep these nuns focused on what really matters. Fetuses and birth control.


Yep - good old Catholic leadership returning the nuns to the values Jesus taught.
 
2012-08-16 02:09:27 PM

odinsposse: It's kind of sad that all of this talk about Ryan is about Medicare. Sure, old people vote and like Medicare so it makes political sense. It's just too bad that nobody seems to mind that Ryan's plan screws poor people.


True, but the Dems know that if they can keep hammering this point they can turn a large segment of the geezer vote. The same geezer vote they lost in '08. Add that to their big advantages with Latinos and young people and you could be looking at 300+ electoral votes, and I'm sure they'll work the screwing of the poor in as well.
 
2012-08-16 02:14:16 PM
Holy cow, don't read the comments there. I shouldn't have, I know better.

KRRayberry
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@TJSalmon I would love to see the Church make an example of these nuns kicking them out altogether. let them start living in the real world.
 
2012-08-16 02:14:56 PM
That's okay, I saw Bill O'Reilly put one of the nuns in her place by yelling at her until she admitted that they wanted the government to give poor people free money.
 
2012-08-16 02:15:04 PM
They're on a mission from God.
 
2012-08-16 02:22:52 PM

Fluorescent Testicle: Serious response: As evil as Catholic priests are, Catholic nuns tend to be, by and large, pretty cool people.


Serious response to your serious response: Catholic priests also tend to be, by and large, pretty cool people.
 
2012-08-16 02:29:35 PM
Now, the world don't move to the beat of just one drum, What might be right for you, may not be right for some.

i18.photobucket.com
 
2012-08-16 02:38:30 PM
shiat just got real
 
2012-08-16 02:43:42 PM
Paul Ryan: Such a vile douche that even the Vatican looks better by comparison.
 
2012-08-16 02:51:29 PM

Rent Party: Fluorescent Testicle: Serious response: As evil as Catholic priests are, Catholic nuns tend to be, by and large, pretty cool people.

Serious response to your serious response: Catholic priests also tend to be, by and large, pretty cool people.


Serious response to both of you: The split between Catholics and the Bishops/Pope is only going to widen.
 
2012-08-16 02:55:46 PM

simplicimus: Rent Party: Fluorescent Testicle: Serious response: As evil as Catholic priests are, Catholic nuns tend to be, by and large, pretty cool people.

Serious response to your serious response: Catholic priests also tend to be, by and large, pretty cool people.

Serious response to both of you: The split between Catholics and the Bishops/Pope is only going to widen.


You are seriously correct. The Catholic Church will have to reform itself, or it will cease to exist. The vanguard of that reform is already there, in the US Church and it's lay clergy.

Seriously.

/ Go nuns.
 
2012-08-16 03:10:15 PM

Rent Party: simplicimus: Rent Party: Fluorescent Testicle: Serious response: As evil as Catholic priests are, Catholic nuns tend to be, by and large, pretty cool people.

Serious response to your serious response: Catholic priests also tend to be, by and large, pretty cool people.

Serious response to both of you: The split between Catholics and the Bishops/Pope is only going to widen.

You are seriously correct. The Catholic Church will have to reform itself, or it will cease to exist. The vanguard of that reform is already there, in the US Church and it's lay clergy.

Seriously.

/ Go nuns.


This is a repeat from the 16th century?
 
2012-08-16 03:14:35 PM

Summercat: Rent Party: simplicimus: Rent Party: Fluorescent Testicle: Serious response: As evil as Catholic priests are, Catholic nuns tend to be, by and large, pretty cool people.

Serious response to your serious response: Catholic priests also tend to be, by and large, pretty cool people.

Serious response to both of you: The split between Catholics and the Bishops/Pope is only going to widen.

You are seriously correct. The Catholic Church will have to reform itself, or it will cease to exist. The vanguard of that reform is already there, in the US Church and it's lay clergy.

Seriously.

/ Go nuns.

This is a repeat from the 16th century?


It happens on occasion. The 16th century reforms are actually a good model for what is happening now. Back then you had leaps in scientific understanding of the world, a developing middle class, and growth in secular thinking.
 
2012-08-16 03:15:56 PM

Summercat: Rent Party: simplicimus: Rent Party: Fluorescent Testicle: Serious response: As evil as Catholic priests are, Catholic nuns tend to be, by and large, pretty cool people.

Serious response to your serious response: Catholic priests also tend to be, by and large, pretty cool people.

Serious response to both of you: The split between Catholics and the Bishops/Pope is only going to widen.

You are seriously correct. The Catholic Church will have to reform itself, or it will cease to exist. The vanguard of that reform is already there, in the US Church and it's lay clergy.

Seriously.

/ Go nuns.

This is a repeat from the 16th century?


Pretty much, but I'm not going to nail all those feces to the church door.
 
2012-08-16 03:22:21 PM

Rent Party: Fluorescent Testicle: Serious response: As evil as Catholic priests are, Catholic nuns tend to be, by and large, pretty cool people.

Serious response to your serious response: Catholic priests also tend to be, by and large, pretty cool people.


Priests, yes. The majority are good people who want to do good. Bishops? Not so much.
 
2012-08-16 04:00:00 PM

simplicimus: I'm not going to nail all those feces to the church door.


Don't blame you. Sound messy, smelly and futile. Practically, the nails are probably unnecessary.
 
2012-08-16 04:28:24 PM

DeaH: Rent Party: Fluorescent Testicle: Serious response: As evil as Catholic priests are, Catholic nuns tend to be, by and large, pretty cool people.

Serious response to your serious response: Catholic priests also tend to be, by and large, pretty cool people.

Priests, yes. The majority are good people who want to do good. Bishops? Not so much.


images1.wikia.nocookie.net

The A2s always were a bit twitchy. But that could never happen now with our behavioral inhibitors. It is impossible for me to harm or by omission of action, allow to be harmed, a human being.
 
2012-08-16 04:59:03 PM

Mugato: This summer, the outspoken Catholic nun led a bus tour across the country called "Nuns on the Bus,"

Sounds hot. Is it anything like Bang Bus?


Man, I'd kill for there to be some non-German Nun porn that ISN'T leather/latex fetish.
 
2012-08-16 08:35:17 PM

Rent Party: simplicimus: Rent Party: Fluorescent Testicle: Serious response: As evil as Catholic priests are, Catholic nuns tend to be, by and large, pretty cool people.

Serious response to your serious response: Catholic priests also tend to be, by and large, pretty cool people.

Serious response to both of you: The split between Catholics and the Bishops/Pope is only going to widen.

You are seriously correct. The Catholic Church will have to reform itself, or it will cease to exist. The vanguard of that reform is already there, in the US Church and it's lay clergy.

Seriously.

/ Go nuns.


I'm not sure you're right. Over the past 2,000 years, the Catholic Church has been increasingly successful in its apparent goals. More people are dying now because of the Catholic Church than ever. Clergy rape is at an all-time high. And the money? They're golden, literally.
 
2012-08-16 08:40:59 PM
kbronsito:
The A2s always were a bit twitchy. But that could never happen now with our behavioral inhibitors. It is impossible for me to harm or by omission of action, allow to be harmed, a human being.

Sigh... if more real people were as good as the artificial person, well, you wouldn't see us farking each other over for a god damn percentage.

tallguywithglasseson:
I see someone fell asleep in Theology class.

Supply-Side Jesus doesn't want you to help the poor. He wants you to allow the poor help themselves by giving tax cuts to the wealthy.


If the wealthy are taxed, what incentive do the poor have to work harder to better themselves? Other than the 90% of their vast wealth they'd get to keep, that is.
 
2012-08-16 09:08:25 PM

gimmegimme: I'm not sure you're right. Over the past 2,000 years, the Catholic Church has been increasingly successful in its apparent goals. More people are dying now because of the Catholic Church than ever. Clergy rape is at an all-time high. And the money? They're golden, literally.


For point 1, yes prohibition of condoms has probably led to increased deaths from AIDS. Point 2? no data exists. Point 3, yes the Church has inestimable wealth.
 
2012-08-16 09:16:07 PM

simplicimus: gimmegimme: I'm not sure you're right. Over the past 2,000 years, the Catholic Church has been increasingly successful in its apparent goals. More people are dying now because of the Catholic Church than ever. Clergy rape is at an all-time high. And the money? They're golden, literally.

For point 1, yes prohibition of condoms has probably led to increased deaths from AIDS. Point 2? no data exists. Point 3, yes the Church has inestimable wealth.


So what you're saying is that the Catholic Church has facilitated so much child rape over the centuries that there's no way to keep track of the quantity?

Okay. Agreed.
 
2012-08-16 09:31:20 PM

gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme: I'm not sure you're right. Over the past 2,000 years, the Catholic Church has been increasingly successful in its apparent goals. More people are dying now because of the Catholic Church than ever. Clergy rape is at an all-time high. And the money? They're golden, literally.

For point 1, yes prohibition of condoms has probably led to increased deaths from AIDS. Point 2? no data exists. Point 3, yes the Church has inestimable wealth.

So what you're saying is that the Catholic Church has facilitated so much child rape over the centuries that there's no way to keep track of the quantity?

Okay. Agreed.


There are approximately 409 thousand priests in the Church. Only a tiny percentage of them have been implicated in any abuse scandal.
 
2012-08-16 09:37:01 PM

simplicimus: gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme: I'm not sure you're right. Over the past 2,000 years, the Catholic Church has been increasingly successful in its apparent goals. More people are dying now because of the Catholic Church than ever. Clergy rape is at an all-time high. And the money? They're golden, literally.

For point 1, yes prohibition of condoms has probably led to increased deaths from AIDS. Point 2? no data exists. Point 3, yes the Church has inestimable wealth.

So what you're saying is that the Catholic Church has facilitated so much child rape over the centuries that there's no way to keep track of the quantity?

Okay. Agreed.

There are approximately 409 thousand priests in the Church. Only a tiny percentage of them have been implicated in any abuse scandal.


How do you know? The Catholic Church is not exactly forthcoming with such information.
 
2012-08-16 09:43:11 PM

gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme: I'm not sure you're right. Over the past 2,000 years, the Catholic Church has been increasingly successful in its apparent goals. More people are dying now because of the Catholic Church than ever. Clergy rape is at an all-time high. And the money? They're golden, literally.

For point 1, yes prohibition of condoms has probably led to increased deaths from AIDS. Point 2? no data exists. Point 3, yes the Church has inestimable wealth.

So what you're saying is that the Catholic Church has facilitated so much child rape over the centuries that there's no way to keep track of the quantity?

Okay. Agreed.

There are approximately 409 thousand priests in the Church. Only a tiny percentage of them have been implicated in any abuse scandal.

How do you know? The Catholic Church is not exactly forthcoming with such information.


Well, lawsuits are public information, and only a few have been filed. Besides the guilty parties and the Bishops (Middle Management), there is little else to condemn a whole religion.
 
2012-08-16 09:48:39 PM

simplicimus: gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme: I'm not sure you're right. Over the past 2,000 years, the Catholic Church has been increasingly successful in its apparent goals. More people are dying now because of the Catholic Church than ever. Clergy rape is at an all-time high. And the money? They're golden, literally.

For point 1, yes prohibition of condoms has probably led to increased deaths from AIDS. Point 2? no data exists. Point 3, yes the Church has inestimable wealth.

So what you're saying is that the Catholic Church has facilitated so much child rape over the centuries that there's no way to keep track of the quantity?

Okay. Agreed.

There are approximately 409 thousand priests in the Church. Only a tiny percentage of them have been implicated in any abuse scandal.

How do you know? The Catholic Church is not exactly forthcoming with such information.

Well, lawsuits are public information, and only a few have been filed. Besides the guilty parties and the Bishops (Middle Management), there is little else to condemn a whole religion.


You have a strange concept of "only a few." May I please have "only a few" dollars? And how much Church-facilitated child rape is too much?

Do you count the Pope as "middle management"? He's been proven to be directly involved in the facilitation of child rape, as well. Can you believe it? The Popes even PROMOTED Cardinal Law to the Vatican for his fine work in facilitating child rape. (It's also a way to prevent Law from being tried for his crimes.)

As a bonus, I'll remind you that the Church has been spending a ton of money intended for "good works" on lobbying to try and reduce their legal liability in those "only a few" cases that are taking place all over the world.
 
2012-08-16 09:57:17 PM

gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme:

Well, lawsuits are public information, and only a few have been filed. Besides the guilty parties and the Bishops (Middle Management), there is little else to condemn a whole religion.

You have a strange concept of "only a few." May I please have "only a few" dollars? And how much Church-facilitated child rape is too much?

Do you count the Pope as "middle management"? He's been proven to be directly involved in the facilitation of child rape, as well. Can you believe it? The Popes even PROMOTED Cardinal Law to the Vatican for his fine work in facilitating child rape. (It's also a way to prevent Law from being tried for his crimes.)

As a bonus, I'll remind you that the Church has been spending a ton of money intended for "good works" on lobbying to try and reduce their legal liability in those "only a few" cases that are taking place all over the world.


You think Catholicism is the only religion that abuses occur in?
No, the Pope is CEO. Promoting Law was inexcusable.
 
2012-08-16 10:03:08 PM

simplicimus: gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme:

Well, lawsuits are public information, and only a few have been filed. Besides the guilty parties and the Bishops (Middle Management), there is little else to condemn a whole religion.

You have a strange concept of "only a few." May I please have "only a few" dollars? And how much Church-facilitated child rape is too much?

Do you count the Pope as "middle management"? He's been proven to be directly involved in the facilitation of child rape, as well. Can you believe it? The Popes even PROMOTED Cardinal Law to the Vatican for his fine work in facilitating child rape. (It's also a way to prevent Law from being tried for his crimes.)

As a bonus, I'll remind you that the Church has been spending a ton of money intended for "good works" on lobbying to try and reduce their legal liability in those "only a few" cases that are taking place all over the world.

You think Catholicism is the only religion that abuses occur in?
No, the Pope is CEO. Promoting Law was inexcusable.


You'll be pleased to know that I am equally upset with child abuse in other religions. David Miscavige, Scientology's CEO, is also guilty of facilitating terrible crimes against children. (Not so many sexual crimes as Catholicism.)

Are you now admitting that the child rape scandal goes all the way up to the very top of the Church's hierarchy?
 
2012-08-16 10:16:39 PM

gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme:

Well, lawsuits are public information, and only a few have been filed. Besides the guilty parties and the Bishops (Middle Management), there is little else to condemn a whole religion.

You have a strange concept of "only a few." May I please have "only a few" dollars? And how much Church-facilitated child rape is too much?

Do you count the Pope as "middle management"? He's been proven to be directly involved in the facilitation of child rape, as well. Can you believe it? The Popes even PROMOTED Cardinal Law to the Vatican for his fine work in facilitating child rape. (It's also a way to prevent Law from being tried for his crimes.)

As a bonus, I'll remind you that the Church has been spending a ton of money intended for "good works" on lobbying to try and reduce their legal liability in those "only a few" cases that are taking place all over the world.

You think Catholicism is the only religion that abuses occur in?
No, the Pope is CEO. Promoting Law was inexcusable.

You'll be pleased to know that I am equally upset with child abuse in other religions. David Miscavige, Scientology's CEO, is also guilty of facilitating terrible crimes against children. (Not so many sexual crimes as Catholicism.)

Are you now admitting that the child rape scandal goes all the way up to the very top of the Church's hierarchy?


Well, David Miscavige is only one man. As far as my faith, we are having a shortage of priests, so there's a lot of looking the other way, and yes, it goes all the way to the top. We need to do away with chastity and celibacy to get more priests. What kind of man is willing to give up sex altogether?
 
2012-08-16 10:19:52 PM

simplicimus: gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme:

Well, lawsuits are public information, and only a few have been filed. Besides the guilty parties and the Bishops (Middle Management), there is little else to condemn a whole religion.

You have a strange concept of "only a few." May I please have "only a few" dollars? And how much Church-facilitated child rape is too much?

Do you count the Pope as "middle management"? He's been proven to be directly involved in the facilitation of child rape, as well. Can you believe it? The Popes even PROMOTED Cardinal Law to the Vatican for his fine work in facilitating child rape. (It's also a way to prevent Law from being tried for his crimes.)

As a bonus, I'll remind you that the Church has been spending a ton of money intended for "good works" on lobbying to try and reduce their legal liability in those "only a few" cases that are taking place all over the world.

You think Catholicism is the only religion that abuses occur in?
No, the Pope is CEO. Promoting Law was inexcusable.

You'll be pleased to know that I am equally upset with child abuse in other religions. David Miscavige, Scientology's CEO, is also guilty of facilitating terrible crimes against children. (Not so many sexual crimes as Catholicism.)

Are you now admitting that the child rape scandal goes all the way up to the very top of the Church's hierarchy?

Well, David Miscavige is only one man. As far as my faith, we are having a shortage of priests, so there's a lot of looking the other way, and yes, it goes all the way to the top. We need to do away with chastity and celibacy to get more priests. What kind of man is willing to give up sex altogether?


Are you saying that the Catholic Church's policies are illogical and are not in accordance with the wishes of your deity? If so, why would you be a Catholic? It's like going to a cockfight even though you abhor animal cruelty.
 
2012-08-16 10:27:08 PM

gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme:
Are you saying that the Catholic Church's policies are illogical and are not in accordance with the wishes of your deity? If so, why would you be a Catholic? It's like going to a cockfight even though you abhor animal cruelty.


I was raised Catholic, and had 12 years of schooling. No matter the flaws in my Church, I can't escape my upbringing.The split in my Church is becoming ever more apparent, and I'm not on the Mel Gibson/Paul Ryan side.
 
2012-08-16 10:31:31 PM

simplicimus: gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme:
Are you saying that the Catholic Church's policies are illogical and are not in accordance with the wishes of your deity? If so, why would you be a Catholic? It's like going to a cockfight even though you abhor animal cruelty.

I was raised Catholic, and had 12 years of schooling. No matter the flaws in my Church, I can't escape my upbringing.The split in my Church is becoming ever more apparent, and I'm not on the Mel Gibson/Paul Ryan side.


I understand. Most of my nearest and dearest are religious because of that same kind of comfortable entropy.

It does bother me that "Catholicism" gets so much respect from lawmakers when very few Catholics are actually following the teachings of Catholicism. (I'm thinking specifically of the contraception thing.)
 
2012-08-16 10:39:54 PM

gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme:
Are you saying that the Catholic Church's policies are illogical and are not in accordance with the wishes of your deity? If so, why would you be a Catholic? It's like going to a cockfight even though you abhor animal cruelty.

I was raised Catholic, and had 12 years of schooling. No matter the flaws in my Church, I can't escape my upbringing.The split in my Church is becoming ever more apparent, and I'm not on the Mel Gibson/Paul Ryan side.

I understand. Most of my nearest and dearest are religious because of that same kind of comfortable entropy.

It does bother me that "Catholicism" gets so much respect from lawmakers when very few Catholics are actually following the teachings of Catholicism. (I'm thinking specifically of the contraception thing.)


Well, you're absolutely correct on the contraception issue. Most American Catholics pay little attention to some geezer in Rome.
 
2012-08-16 10:43:40 PM

simplicimus: gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme: simplicimus: gimmegimme:
Are you saying that the Catholic Church's policies are illogical and are not in accordance with the wishes of your deity? If so, why would you be a Catholic? It's like going to a cockfight even though you abhor animal cruelty.

I was raised Catholic, and had 12 years of schooling. No matter the flaws in my Church, I can't escape my upbringing.The split in my Church is becoming ever more apparent, and I'm not on the Mel Gibson/Paul Ryan side.

I understand. Most of my nearest and dearest are religious because of that same kind of comfortable entropy.

It does bother me that "Catholicism" gets so much respect from lawmakers when very few Catholics are actually following the teachings of Catholicism. (I'm thinking specifically of the contraception thing.)

Well, you're absolutely correct on the contraception issue. Most American Catholics pay little attention to some geezer in Rome.


Since it seems like a social thing for you, why not start a club? The "Decent People Club." To be a member, you have to promise not to be an asshole to other people. If you're caught being an asshole, you have to apologize and pay for any damage if you caused any.
 
2012-08-16 10:51:31 PM

gimmegimme: simplicimus:
Since it seems like a social thing for you, why not start a club? The "Decent People Club." To be a member, you have to promise not to be an asshole to other people. If you're caught being an asshole, you have to apologize and pay for any damage if you caused any.


It would be refreshing to return to Christ's teachings, but isn't going to happen. Too many heretics have distorted the message, it's meaningless now.
 
2012-08-16 11:28:11 PM
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