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2013-05-09 10:06:08 AM

Stoj: "If God is for us, who can be against us?"

This is just stupid. Who told them that God was for them? Does He have money on the game?

And who IS God's bookie?


Satan, obviously. Why do you think God invented him?
 
2013-05-09 10:14:03 AM

FirstNationalBastard: naughtyrev: Can opposing teams have banners that proclaim other gods are for them?

I'd rather see the Atheist cheerleaders with a banner saying "We believe in ourselves, not fairy tales"

/but would Atheist cheerleaders be hot?


I liked the anarchist cheerleaders in Smells Like Teen Spirit. Can they be at football games?
 
2013-05-09 10:16:02 AM

thaylin: I got "we're great" from my mind, and I never claimed it was on a banner.  You got your banner from your ass.  "If God is for us, who can be against us" is the only example in TFA.  Doesn't say God isn't on the other side.  Doesn't say, "you can't beat us."  It just asks a rhetorical question of no one in particular.

You are obviously bad at extrapolating meanings of phrases....

"if god is on our side" = god is with us, not yours
"who can be against us" = if god is on our side you cant beat us.


I'm proud to be bad at making shiat up.
 
2013-05-09 10:16:22 AM

miss diminutive: Because if there's one thing an immortal, omnipotent, universe-creating being cares about, it's the outcome of a highschool football game.


It is not like he would watch  European grass diving (AKA soccer)
 
2013-05-09 10:22:02 AM
Oh no! Free people in a free country are publicly expressing a viewpoint others might disagree with! Time for farkers to wring their hands and bash Christians for being closed minded and narrow.
 
2013-05-09 10:22:43 AM

BarkingUnicorn: thaylin: I got "we're great" from my mind, and I never claimed it was on a banner.  You got your banner from your ass.  "If God is for us, who can be against us" is the only example in TFA.  Doesn't say God isn't on the other side.  Doesn't say, "you can't beat us."  It just asks a rhetorical question of no one in particular.

You are obviously bad at extrapolating meanings of phrases....

"if god is on our side" = god is with us, not yours
"who can be against us" = if god is on our side you cant beat us.

I'm proud to be bad at making shiat up.


So you are saying the phrase has no meaning... I think you should be less proud of not comprehending basic English.
 
2013-05-09 10:24:47 AM

DmGdDawg: Oh no! Free people in a free country are publicly expressing a viewpoint others might disagree with! Time for farkers to wring their hands and bash Christians for being closed minded and narrow.


I dont think many have an issue with people "publicly expressing a viewpoint others might disagree with ", but more with the double standard that if it was another religion, or a viewpoint other than what this town likes, they would be chased out of town or worse.
 
2013-05-09 10:27:40 AM

thaylin: BarkingUnicorn: thaylin: I got "we're great" from my mind, and I never claimed it was on a banner.  You got your banner from your ass.  "If God is for us, who can be against us" is the only example in TFA.  Doesn't say God isn't on the other side.  Doesn't say, "you can't beat us."  It just asks a rhetorical question of no one in particular.

You are obviously bad at extrapolating meanings of phrases....

"if god is on our side" = god is with us, not yours
"who can be against us" = if god is on our side you cant beat us.

I'm proud to be bad at making shiat up.

So you are saying the phrase has no meaning... I think you should be less proud of not comprehending basic English.


Well, it is the product of high school cheerleaders.

The rules of English do not allow you to add words until you're offended.
 
2013-05-09 10:31:07 AM

thaylin: DmGdDawg: Oh no! Free people in a free country are publicly expressing a viewpoint others might disagree with! Time for farkers to wring their hands and bash Christians for being closed minded and narrow.

I dont think many have an issue with people "publicly expressing a viewpoint others might disagree with ", but more with the double standard that if it was another religion, or a viewpoint other than what this town likes, they would be chased out of town or worse.


Can you give me an example of an organized Christian group filing a lawsuit to keep atheists or another religious group from exercising free speech? Bear in mind, though, that publicly rejecting or criticizing another viewpoint isn't the same thing as trying to use government to silence it. Maybe there is an example out there, but I can't think of it. I would equally support the right of islamic or atheist cheerleaders to exercise free speech as I would the "Christian" ones. Supporting someone's right to free speech isn't the same thing as agreeing with what they say.
 
2013-05-09 10:31:15 AM
Came for the cheerleader thread.
Leaving disappointed.
 
2013-05-09 10:32:16 AM

BarkingUnicorn: thaylin: BarkingUnicorn: thaylin: I got "we're great" from my mind, and I never claimed it was on a banner.  You got your banner from your ass.  "If God is for us, who can be against us" is the only example in TFA.  Doesn't say God isn't on the other side.  Doesn't say, "you can't beat us."  It just asks a rhetorical question of no one in particular.

You are obviously bad at extrapolating meanings of phrases....

"if god is on our side" = god is with us, not yours
"who can be against us" = if god is on our side you cant beat us.

I'm proud to be bad at making shiat up.

So you are saying the phrase has no meaning... I think you should be less proud of not comprehending basic English.

Well, it is the product of high school cheerleaders.

The rules of English do not allow you to add words until you're offended.


Now who is making stuff up? I never said I was offended... The rules of English do allow you to expand phrases , especially when combined with logic so you can extrapolate their meanings. if a != b then saying a means !b.
 
2013-05-09 10:34:07 AM

FirstNationalBastard: naughtyrev: Can opposing teams have banners that proclaim other gods are for them?

I'd rather see the Atheist cheerleaders with a banner saying "We believe in ourselves, not fairy tales"

/but would Atheist cheerleaders be hot?


I'd rather see this team face off against another team nicknamed the Demons, their fans dressed like Raiders fans, and someone has a banner depicting the devil stating "HAIL SATAN!"

/for the lulz
//always do it for them
 
2013-05-09 10:34:45 AM

DmGdDawg: thaylin: DmGdDawg: Oh no! Free people in a free country are publicly expressing a viewpoint others might disagree with! Time for farkers to wring their hands and bash Christians for being closed minded and narrow.

I dont think many have an issue with people "publicly expressing a viewpoint others might disagree with ", but more with the double standard that if it was another religion, or a viewpoint other than what this town likes, they would be chased out of town or worse.

Can you give me an example of an organized Christian group filing a lawsuit to keep atheists or another religious group from exercising free speech? Bear in mind, though, that publicly rejecting or criticizing another viewpoint isn't the same thing as trying to use government to silence it. Maybe there is an example out there, but I can't think of it. I would equally support the right of islamic or atheist cheerleaders to exercise free speech as I would the "Christian" ones. Supporting someone's right to free speech isn't the same thing as agreeing with what they say.



Well seeing how I did not sue, but said chased out of town, or worst not seeing your point... However I can do what you request

Such as Christians sueing to stop a mosque

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islamic_Center_of_Murfreesboro
 
2013-05-09 10:36:23 AM
www.bartcop.com
 
2013-05-09 10:36:38 AM

Rwa2play: FirstNationalBastard: naughtyrev: Can opposing teams have banners that proclaim other gods are for them?

I'd rather see the Atheist cheerleaders with a banner saying "We believe in ourselves, not fairy tales"

/but would Atheist cheerleaders be hot?

I'd rather see this team face off against another team nicknamed the Demons, their fans dressed like Raiders fans, and someone has a banner depicting the devil stating "HAIL SATAN!"

/for the lulz
//always do it for them


Almost forgot:  the team comes out to some awesome Death Metal or Doom Metal music.
 
2013-05-09 10:39:39 AM
pbs.twimg.com.
 
2013-05-09 10:45:00 AM

DmGdDawg: Oh no! Free people in a free country are publicly expressing a viewpoint others might disagree with! Time for farkers to wring their hands and bash Christians for being closed minded and narrow.


Spoken by a Christian who's closed-minded and narrow.
 
2013-05-09 10:48:31 AM

thaylin: BarkingUnicorn: thaylin: BarkingUnicorn: thaylin: I got "we're great" from my mind, and I never claimed it was on a banner.  You got your banner from your ass.  "If God is for us, who can be against us" is the only example in TFA.  Doesn't say God isn't on the other side.  Doesn't say, "you can't beat us."  It just asks a rhetorical question of no one in particular.

You are obviously bad at extrapolating meanings of phrases....

"if god is on our side" = god is with us, not yours
"who can be against us" = if god is on our side you cant beat us.

I'm proud to be bad at making shiat up.

So you are saying the phrase has no meaning... I think you should be less proud of not comprehending basic English.

Well, it is the product of high school cheerleaders.

The rules of English do not allow you to add words until you're offended.

Now who is making stuff up? I never said I was offended... The rules of English do allow you to expand phrases , especially when combined with logic so you can extrapolate their meanings. if a != b then saying a means !b.


You are confusing math with spoken language, and the indefinite use of "you" with its personal use.

The statement was intended to exalt the cheerleaders' team, not to denigrate anyone else.

It's still unconstitutional in its context.
 
2013-05-09 10:54:40 AM

Rwa2play: DmGdDawg: Oh no! Free people in a free country are publicly expressing a viewpoint others might disagree with! Time for farkers to wring their hands and bash Christians for being closed minded and narrow.

Spoken by a Christian who's closed-minded and narrow.


Depends what you mean by closed-minded and narrow. I make no bones about the fact that I believe in the bible exclusively and reject all other religions and doctrine contrary to the bible. I vehemently support anyone's right to believe otherwise, to worship according to the dictates of their conscience, and to speak their mind freely without government threats or coercion. My freedom is safe from tyranny only if everyone else's is, too.
 
2013-05-09 11:03:57 AM
www.bartcop.com
 
2013-05-09 11:21:44 AM
Go Narnians n.n
 
2013-05-09 11:29:25 AM

BarkingUnicorn: "Zeus/Jesus is on our side" is a simple boast not intended to denigrate anyone


Oh, horsepucky.

The immediate consequence of declaring a Deity "on our side" is that It is "not on yours".

If the reply is "It's on everyone's side" what's point of the verkakte sign?
 
2013-05-09 11:33:21 AM

ciberido: Shrinkwrap: Let's test it in the field - get a team out there with Quran verses. Nothing ominous, just standard stuff. Let's see how it goes.


[www.atheistmemebase.com image 700x324]

It's not even so much a separation of church and state issue for me, personally, as it is simply that claiming that God wants your sports team to win is about the tackiest and pettiest thing ever.  It's embarrassing to have to share the name "Christian" with these self-absorbed simpletons.


THIS.  If I were I christian I would be uncomfortable with asking God to intervene in a sports game.
I was hoping the banner was something more neutral like "God bless the team(s)."
 
2013-05-09 11:35:22 AM

BarkingUnicorn: The rules of English do not allow you to add words until you're offended.


Neither do they allow you to twist them to mean whatever it is that you want them to.
 
2013-05-09 11:42:39 AM

Rwa2play: DmGdDawg: Oh no! Free people in a free country are publicly expressing a viewpoint others might disagree with! Time for farkers to wring their hands and bash Christians for being closed minded and narrow.

Spoken by a Christian who's closed-minded and narrow.


Especially since fark discussions break down sometimes into farkers bashing people no matter what their belief system or lack thereof.
 
2013-05-09 11:47:03 AM

Madbassist1: Thats a victory for free speech, alright. If the school has to allow that, they have to allow banners sporting slogans for marijuana legalization, atheism, satanism,  Death Metal, shiat, it never ends. They've royally farked themselves over this one, Also, dress code??


Actually, much like the others on this board, it allows a bunch of pagans to praise Odin, or for Atheists to praise themselves. I for one have no problem.
 
2013-05-09 11:50:51 AM

DmGdDawg: Rwa2play: DmGdDawg: Oh no! Free people in a free country are publicly expressing a viewpoint others might disagree with! Time for farkers to wring their hands and bash Christians for being closed minded and narrow.

Spoken by a Christian who's closed-minded and narrow.

Depends what you mean by closed-minded and narrow. I make no bones about the fact that I believe in the bible exclusively and reject all other religions and doctrine contrary to the bible.


Thanks for proving my point.

I vehemently support anyone's right to believe otherwise, to worship according to the dictates of their conscience, and to speak their mind freely without government threats or coercion. My freedom is safe from tyranny only if everyone else's is, too.


Fair enough.
 
2013-05-09 11:53:00 AM

Graffito: BarkingUnicorn: The rules of English do not allow you to add words until you're offended.

Neither do they allow you to twist them to mean whatever it is that you want them to.


Rules are for losers, winners cheat!
 
2013-05-09 12:05:55 PM

thaylin: DmGdDawg: thaylin: DmGdDawg: Oh no! Free people in a free country are publicly expressing a viewpoint others might disagree with! Time for farkers to wring their hands and bash Christians for being closed minded and narrow.

I dont think many have an issue with people "publicly expressing a viewpoint others might disagree with ", but more with the double standard that if it was another religion, or a viewpoint other than what this town likes, they would be chased out of town or worse.

Can you give me an example of an organized Christian group filing a lawsuit to keep atheists or another religious group from exercising free speech? Bear in mind, though, that publicly rejecting or criticizing another viewpoint isn't the same thing as trying to use government to silence it. Maybe there is an example out there, but I can't think of it. I would equally support the right of islamic or atheist cheerleaders to exercise free speech as I would the "Christian" ones. Supporting someone's right to free speech isn't the same thing as agreeing with what they say.


Well seeing how I did not sue, but said chased out of town, or worst not seeing your point... However I can do what you request

Such as Christians sueing to stop a mosque

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islamic_Center_of_Murfreesboro


And the Mosque opened in 2012 after the courts smacked them down.  So stop getting your panties in a bunch over free speech and save it for the actual hate speech
 
2013-05-09 12:22:49 PM

DmGdDawg: Can you give me an example of an organized Christian group filing a lawsuit to keep atheists or another religious group from exercising free speech? Bear in mind, though, that publicly rejecting or criticizing another viewpoint isn't the same thing as trying to use government to silence it. Maybe there is an example out there, but I can't think of it. I would equally support the right of islamic or atheist cheerleaders to exercise free speech as I would the "Christian" ones. Supporting someone's right to free speech isn't the same thing as agreeing with what they say.


Get back to us when a group of atheist cheerleaders create a banner that mocks christian beliefs.  We'll see how tolerant you really are.  I will be only too happy to remind you that   publicly rejecting or criticizing another viewpoint isn't the same thing as trying to use government to silence it.
(I'm thinking of a banner like: "Hey losers, where's your god now?")
 
2013-05-09 12:24:10 PM

miss diminutive: Because if there's one thing an immortal, omnipotent, universe-creating being cares about, it's the outcome of a highschool football game.


Well, it's obvious He's given up on everything else in Texas.
 
2013-05-09 12:26:54 PM

ShadowKamui: And the Mosque opened in 2012 after the courts smacked them down.  So stop getting your panties in a bunch over free speech and save it for the actual hate speech


So you are saying that an organized christian group didn't file a lawsuit to keep another religious group from exercising free speech?
 
2013-05-09 12:31:23 PM

Graffito: ShadowKamui: And the Mosque opened in 2012 after the courts smacked them down.  So stop getting your panties in a bunch over free speech and save it for the actual hate speech

So you are saying that an organized christian group didn't file a lawsuit to keep another religious group from exercising free speech?


No, the court smacked them down like it should

Just cause some bigots abused the courts doesn't give you a free pass to do the same so sorry bigots of all flavors can go DIAF
 
2013-05-09 12:59:51 PM

DmGdDawg: Rwa2play: DmGdDawg: Oh no! Free people in a free country are publicly expressing a viewpoint others might disagree with! Time for farkers to wring their hands and bash Christians for being closed minded and narrow.

Spoken by a Christian who's closed-minded and narrow.

Depends what you mean by closed-minded and narrow. I make no bones about the fact that I believe in the bible exclusively and reject all other religions and doctrine contrary to the bible. I vehemently support anyone's right to believe otherwise, to worship according to the dictates of their conscience, and to speak their mind freely without government threats or coercion. My freedom is safe from tyranny only if everyone else's is, too.


Well, that would be tolerant closed-mindedness.  Win some, lose some.
 
2013-05-09 01:00:50 PM

Graffito: BarkingUnicorn: The rules of English do not allow you to add words until you're offended.

Neither do they allow you to twist them to mean whatever it is that you want them to.


I was going to mention that but went for pithiness instead.
 
2013-05-09 01:06:21 PM

BarkingUnicorn: thaylin: BarkingUnicorn: thaylin: BarkingUnicorn: thaylin: I got "we're great" from my mind, and I never claimed it was on a banner.  You got your banner from your ass.  "If God is for us, who can be against us" is the only example in TFA.  Doesn't say God isn't on the other side.  Doesn't say, "you can't beat us."  It just asks a rhetorical question of no one in particular.

You are obviously bad at extrapolating meanings of phrases....

"if god is on our side" = god is with us, not yours
"who can be against us" = if god is on our side you cant beat us.

I'm proud to be bad at making shiat up.

So you are saying the phrase has no meaning... I think you should be less proud of not comprehending basic English.

Well, it is the product of high school cheerleaders.

The rules of English do not allow you to add words until you're offended.

Now who is making stuff up? I never said I was offended... The rules of English do allow you to expand phrases , especially when combined with logic so you can extrapolate their meanings. if a != b then saying a means !b.

You are confusing math with spoken language, and the indefinite use of "you" with its personal use.

The statement was intended to exalt the cheerleaders' team, not to denigrate anyone else.

It's still unconstitutional in its context.


I am not confusing math with spoken language, take a basic logic course please. A and B are phrases in this case, not numbers. If god is on our side, he is not on your side, therefore if god is on our side not (god is on your side)
 
2013-05-09 01:15:08 PM

People_are_Idiots: Madbassist1: Thats a victory for free speech, alright. If the school has to allow that, they have to allow banners sporting slogans for marijuana legalization, atheism, satanism,  Death Metal, shiat, it never ends. They've royally farked themselves over this one, Also, dress code??

Actually, much like the others on this board, it allows a bunch of pagans to praise Odin, or for Atheists to praise themselves. I for one have no problem.


Sure, but its wider than that. By saying the school can't regulate it because its from the students, they've really stepped in it.
 
2013-05-09 01:21:51 PM

thaylin: BarkingUnicorn: thaylin: BarkingUnicorn: thaylin: BarkingUnicorn: thaylin: I got "we're great" from my mind, and I never claimed it was on a banner.  You got your banner from your ass.  "If God is for us, who can be against us" is the only example in TFA.  Doesn't say God isn't on the other side.  Doesn't say, "you can't beat us."  It just asks a rhetorical question of no one in particular.

You are obviously bad at extrapolating meanings of phrases....

"if god is on our side" = god is with us, not yours
"who can be against us" = if god is on our side you cant beat us.

I'm proud to be bad at making shiat up.

So you are saying the phrase has no meaning... I think you should be less proud of not comprehending basic English.

Well, it is the product of high school cheerleaders.

The rules of English do not allow you to add words until you're offended.

Now who is making stuff up? I never said I was offended... The rules of English do allow you to expand phrases , especially when combined with logic so you can extrapolate their meanings. if a != b then saying a means !b.

You are confusing math with spoken language, and the indefinite use of "you" with its personal use.

The statement was intended to exalt the cheerleaders' team, not to denigrate anyone else.

It's still unconstitutional in its context.

I am not confusing math with spoken language, take a basic logic course please. A and B are phrases in this case, not numbers. If god is on our side, he is not on your side, therefore if god is on our side not (god is on your side)


Actually unless they explicitly say he's not on your side, there's nothing stopping God from being a dick and also supporting the other team.  Hell maybe he's got one teams QB but the other teams RB in fantasy
 
2013-05-09 01:23:34 PM

Madbassist1: Sure, but its wider than that. By saying the school can't regulate it because its from the students, they've really stepped in it.


Somehow, I suspect the (I assume) fact the the cheerleaders and those for whom they cheer have the school's name proudly emblazoned upon their outfits and equipment, and that "home" games employ the school's facilities and "away" games have transportation provided by the school and such as will play a role in determining whether or not the school in involved in the communication, upon the inevitable appeal.
 
2013-05-09 01:25:37 PM

ShadowKamui: Hell maybe he's got one teams QB but the other teams RB in fantasy


Being Omnipotent, he wouldn't wager or play fantasy, since he knows the fix is in.  Seeing as how He is the Fix, and all that.
 
2013-05-09 01:29:43 PM

thaylin: I am not confusing math with spoken language, take a basic logic course please. A and B are phrases in this case, not numbers. If god is on our side, he is not on your side, therefore if god is on our side not (god is on your side)


Yes, you are.  Spoken language expresses thoughts, which are not always logical unless you're speaking Vulcan.

"If God is on our side, he is not on your side" is a statement.  "If God is on our side, who can stand against us?" is a question.  The answer is indeterminate.  It may be "not you," "not anyone," "someone on whose side God also is," "a better team," or "pandas."  It doesn't have to be logical.
 
2013-05-09 01:29:48 PM

Deucednuisance: Madbassist1: Sure, but its wider than that. By saying the school can't regulate it because its from the students, they've really stepped in it.

Somehow, I suspect the (I assume) fact the the cheerleaders and those for whom they cheer have the school's name proudly emblazoned upon their outfits and equipment, and that "home" games employ the school's facilities and "away" games have transportation provided by the school and such as will play a role in determining whether or not the school in involved in the communication, upon the inevitable appeal.


Of course it will, but until then, WHOO HOO!!

/Seriously, did that judge put any thought into that ruling at ALL?
 
2013-05-09 01:32:08 PM

ShadowKamui: Actually unless they explicitly say he's not on your side, there's nothing stopping God from being a dick and also supporting the other team.  Hell maybe he's got one teams QB but the other teams RB in fantasy


There you go.  Corporations often donate to opposing campaigns.
 
2013-05-09 01:37:09 PM

Deucednuisance: ShadowKamui: Hell maybe he's got one teams QB but the other teams RB in fantasy

Being Omnipotent, he wouldn't wager or play fantasy, since he knows the fix is in.  Seeing as how He is the Fix, and all that.


He wagered on Job, how do you know he doesn't got some Heaven vs Hell Fantasy league going?

I mean how else do you explain Cleveland?
 
2013-05-09 01:38:35 PM

BarkingUnicorn: thaylin: I am not confusing math with spoken language, take a basic logic course please. A and B are phrases in this case, not numbers. If god is on our side, he is not on your side, therefore if god is on our side not (god is on your side)

Yes, you are.  Spoken language expresses thoughts, which are not always logical unless you're speaking Vulcan.

"If God is on our side, he is not on your side" is a statement.  "If God is on our side, who can stand against us?" is a question.  The answer is indeterminate.  It may be "not you," "not anyone," "someone on whose side God also is," "a better team," or "pandas."  It doesn't have to be logical.


Logic is a way to think and argue, which includes how to phrase statements in order to avoid things like logical fallacies.. In Philosophy class we covered no math, only expressing thoughts. Math is logic, but not all logic is math... If you dont want to make an argument, and yes a question can be part of an argument, logically then GTFO.

Now in Discrete math we covered logical math.
 
2013-05-09 01:44:22 PM

ShadowKamui: He wagered on Job,

only after He promised to stay out of it.

FTFY

Besides, what makes you think the Fix wasn't in on that one, anyhow?

ShadowKamui: I mean how else do you explain Cleveland?


Establishing Ports in the Age of Sail was a good move?

Pretty sure a mythical entity didn't have any real effect on its founding.
 
2013-05-09 01:45:01 PM

JarynFrostwing: Go Narnians n.n


www.resizr.com
 

Well crap.
 
2013-05-09 01:52:11 PM

fruitloop: "If God is for us, who can be against us,"

After seeing their record, and I don't think God is with them.

/probably because they forgot about Leviticus 11:7-8.


Hmmm, God says bats are birds.
 
2013-05-09 01:58:48 PM

BarkingUnicorn: Graffito: BarkingUnicorn: The rules of English do not allow you to add words until you're offended.

Neither do they allow you to twist them to mean whatever it is that you want them to.

I was going to mention that but went for pithiness instead.


I think you misunderstood me.  I think that YOU are the one twisting words to make them mean something other than what they do.  A sign that says, "God is on our side," is clearly saying that God is against the opposing team.  There are a couple of problems with that (separation of church and state issues aside.)
1.  They presume to know which "side" God is on.
2.  It's a rather unwelcoming/unchristian sentiment to display to the guest team.  If I were the school principal I wouldn't want those signs for that reason alone.
 
2013-05-09 02:24:41 PM
 Careful cheerleaders, the angels will be coming back to earth and taking you as wives.
 
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