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(CBC)   UN bypasses North Korean concentration-camp boss, Saudi minister of adulterer-stoning and Zimbabwean mass-grave supervisor, chooses human-rights leader for top human-rights post   (cbc.ca) divider line 44
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2014-06-09 05:45:23 PM
Yes, let's trust the UN's human rights record. Wherever UN troops go, they are always increasing the local rape and prostitution problems. They let a group sell copies of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion at the Conference Against Racism. They say almost nothing about gross violations of human rights in the Arab Middle East, Africa, and Asia, yet somehow find the time to sign dozens of resolutions blaming Israel for everything.
 
2014-06-09 08:10:18 PM
Guy looks like a pretty good choice frankly.
 
2014-06-09 08:13:41 PM

ArkAngel: Yes, let's trust the UN's human rights record. Wherever UN troops go, they are always increasing the local rape and prostitution problems. They let a group sell copies of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion at the Conference Against Racism. They say almost nothing about gross violations of human rights in the Arab Middle East, Africa, and Asia, yet somehow find the time to sign dozens of resolutions blaming Israel for everything.


Whoa there cowboy.  Are you forgetting that the U.S., U.S.S.R., and the P.R.C. cut the nuts off of the U.N. shortly after the Korean Unpleasantness?
 
2014-06-09 08:22:42 PM

ArkAngel: Yes, let's trust the UN's human rights record. Wherever UN troops go, they are always increasing the local rape and prostitution problems. They let a group sell copies of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion at the Conference Against Racism. They say almost nothing about gross violations of human rights in the Arab Middle East, Africa, and Asia, yet somehow find the time to sign dozens of resolutions blaming Israel for everything.


Oh fark off.
 
2014-06-09 08:25:45 PM

ArkAngel: yet somehow find the time to sign dozens of resolutions blaming Israel for everything


What's a little white phosphorous between friends anyway.
 
2014-06-09 08:34:01 PM
Some food for thought from teh Wiki

Civil liberties and political rights scored 5 and 6 respectively in Freedom House's Freedom in the World 2011 report, where 1 is most free and 7 is least free. This earned Jordan "Not Free" status.[6] Jordan ranked ahead of 6, behind 4, and the same as 8 countries in the Middle East and North Africa region.

Areas of concern with respect to human rights in Jordan include:[7][8][9]

limitations on the right of citizens to change their government peacefully;
a newly drafted electoral law that perpetuates significant under representation of urban areas and citizens of Palestinian origin in leadership positions;
cases of arbitrary deprivation of life, torture, poor prison conditions, impunity, arbitrary arrest and denial of due process through administrative detention, and prolonged detention;
breaches of fair trial standards and external interference in judicial decisions;
infringements on privacy rights;
limited freedoms of speech and press, and government interference in the media and threats of fines and detention that encourage self-censorship;
restricted freedoms of assembly and association;
legal and societal discrimination and harassment of women remain a concern, although there have been significant improvements in recent years;
legal and societal discrimination and harassment of religious minorities and converts from Islam are a concern, although Jordan is widely acknowledged as being a strong supporter of religious freedoms;
legal and societal discrimination and harassment of members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community;
loss of Jordanian nationality by some citizens of Palestinian origin;
restricted labor rights; and
abuse of foreign domestic workers.
 
2014-06-09 09:00:34 PM

ArkAngel: Yes, let's trust the UN's human rights record. Wherever UN troops go, they are always increasing the local rape and prostitution problems. They let a group sell copies of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion at the Conference Against Racism. They say almost nothing about gross violations of human rights in the Arab Middle East, Africa, and Asia, yet somehow find the time to sign dozens of resolutions blaming Israel for everything.


Don't forget the cholera they spread to Haiti.  Then denied.
 
2014-06-09 09:12:19 PM

Pichu0102: ArkAngel: Yes, let's trust the UN's human rights record. Wherever UN troops go, they are always increasing the local rape and prostitution problems. They let a group sell copies of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion at the Conference Against Racism. They say almost nothing about gross violations of human rights in the Arab Middle East, Africa, and Asia, yet somehow find the time to sign dozens of resolutions blaming Israel for everything.

Oh fark off.


Argue that it isn't the UN's job, but he is spot on.
 
2014-06-09 09:20:22 PM

ArkAngel: Yes, let's trust the UN's human rights record. Wherever UN troops go, they are always increasing the local rape and prostitution problems. They let a group sell copies of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion at the Conference Against Racism. They say almost nothing about gross violations of human rights in the Arab Middle East, Africa, and Asia, yet somehow find the time to sign dozens of resolutions blaming Israel for everything.


Hmmmm no army sent anywhere in human history has led to an increase in rape and prostitution. This definitely is a mystery as to the cause of the increase in rape and prostitution.
 
2014-06-09 09:26:05 PM
Someone must be on the vacation.
 
2014-06-09 09:28:47 PM
This is awesome!

What does the UN do?
 
2014-06-09 09:35:38 PM
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2014-06-09 09:39:10 PM

liam76: Pichu0102: ArkAngel: Yes, let's trust the UN's human rights record. Wherever UN troops go, they are always increasing the local rape and prostitution problems. They let a group sell copies of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion at the Conference Against Racism. They say almost nothing about gross violations of human rights in the Arab Middle East, Africa, and Asia, yet somehow find the time to sign dozens of resolutions blaming Israel for everything.

Oh fark off.

Argue that it isn't the UN's job, but he is spot on.


Well, he's not, but if it makes you feel better then sure. In the first case, they generally cut down on the "local rape problem" as compared to the period immediately preceding the entrance of peacekeepers, and peacekeeping has proven effective in reducing the likelihood of resumed conflict. Prostitution's another matter, but hardly significant compared to the good peacekeepers often do. For the second point, I'd need a citation, but I'm pretty sure freedom of expression is a human right. And yes, the UNHRC focuses a bit too much on Israel (not that it's unjustified), but the UNHRC is not coterminous with the UN nor is it really representative of the UN's work.
 
2014-06-09 09:43:02 PM

NobleHam: liam76: Pichu0102: ArkAngel: Yes, let's trust the UN's human rights record. Wherever UN troops go, they are always increasing the local rape and prostitution problems. They let a group sell copies of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion at the Conference Against Racism. They say almost nothing about gross violations of human rights in the Arab Middle East, Africa, and Asia, yet somehow find the time to sign dozens of resolutions blaming Israel for everything.

Oh fark off.

Argue that it isn't the UN's job, but he is spot on.

Well, he's not, but if it makes you feel better then sure. In the first case, they generally cut down on the "local rape problem" as compared to the period immediately preceding the entrance of peacekeepers, and peacekeeping has proven effective in reducing the likelihood of resumed conflict. Prostitution's another matter, but hardly significant compared to the good peacekeepers often do. For the second point, I'd need a citation, but I'm pretty sure freedom of expression is a human right. And yes, the UNHRC focuses a bit too much on Israel (not that it's unjustified), but the UNHRC is not coterminous with the UN nor is it really representative of the UN's work.


Ah yes, because passively watching almost every genocide in modern history, even to the point of helping the perpetrators immediately afterwards is doing good. UN Peacekeepers have served to help western nations feel like they did something in too many atrocities for me to respect their work as a whole.
 
2014-06-09 09:47:45 PM
You guys are all missing the point. The real question is, how is this Obama's fault?
 
2014-06-09 09:50:01 PM

ArkAngel: Yes, let's trust the UN's human rights record. Wherever UN troops go, they are always increasing the local rape and prostitution problems. They let a group sell copies of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion at the Conference Against Racism. They say almost nothing about gross violations of human rights in the Arab Middle East, Africa, and Asia, yet somehow find the time to sign dozens of resolutions blaming Israel for everything.


holy shiat ArkAngel! When did you come back?
 
2014-06-09 09:56:14 PM

ArkAngel: Yes, let's trust the UN's human rights record. Wherever UN troops go, they are always increasing the local rape and prostitution problems. They let a group sell copies of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion at the Conference Against Racism. They say almost nothing about gross violations of human rights in the Arab Middle East, Africa, and Asia, yet somehow find the time to sign dozens of resolutions blaming Israel for everything.


what have you got against the job creators?
 
2014-06-09 10:15:14 PM

Bazzlex001: NobleHam: liam76: Pichu0102: ArkAngel: Yes, let's trust the UN's human rights record. Wherever UN troops go, they are always increasing the local rape and prostitution problems. They let a group sell copies of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion at the Conference Against Racism. They say almost nothing about gross violations of human rights in the Arab Middle East, Africa, and Asia, yet somehow find the time to sign dozens of resolutions blaming Israel for everything.

Oh fark off.

Argue that it isn't the UN's job, but he is spot on.

Well, he's not, but if it makes you feel better then sure. In the first case, they generally cut down on the "local rape problem" as compared to the period immediately preceding the entrance of peacekeepers, and peacekeeping has proven effective in reducing the likelihood of resumed conflict. Prostitution's another matter, but hardly significant compared to the good peacekeepers often do. For the second point, I'd need a citation, but I'm pretty sure freedom of expression is a human right. And yes, the UNHRC focuses a bit too much on Israel (not that it's unjustified), but the UNHRC is not coterminous with the UN nor is it really representative of the UN's work.

Ah yes, because passively watching almost every genocide in modern history, even to the point of helping the perpetrators immediately afterwards is doing good. UN Peacekeepers have served to help western nations feel like they did something in too many atrocities for me to respect their work as a whole.


Isolated mistakes make them worthless? Rwanda was a failure, Bosnia had a lot of mistakes, but there have been more than 50 peacekeeping missions since the end of the Cold War and most of them you haven't heard of because nothing went wrong, they worked as intended, and atrocities did not occur. As for helping Western nations feel like they did something, I'm sure you're aware that Pakistan is the largest contributor of peacekeeping forces, followed by Bangladesh and India.
 
2014-06-09 10:31:52 PM
I am aware of the makeup of peacekeeping forces are not western, but they have served as a scapegoat to avoid more active participation in atrocities. Also, Bosnia and Rwanda were not the only instances. Sudan and Congo come to mind. I feel there are two more that I am missing as well.

But nearly every country they have been deployed to on peacekeeping missions has failed to improve, which is why since it's founding those missions have been in many of the same countries. A couple successes for a whole lot of failures, some catastrophic. There is also research being done into whether the humanitarian aid they provide actually prolongs conflicts and makes them more bloody as well.
 
2014-06-09 10:52:56 PM

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A more fitting Q&A I've never seen.

 
2014-06-10 12:31:01 AM

NobleHam: Isolated mistakes make them worthless? Rwanda was a failure, Bosnia had a lot of mistakes, but there have been more than 50 peacekeeping missions since the end of the Cold War and most of them you haven't heard of because nothing went wrong, they worked as intended, and atrocities did not occur. As for helping Western nations feel like they did something, I'm sure you're aware that Pakistan is the largest contributor of peacekeeping forces, followed by Bangladesh and India.


I'm guessing they haven't heard of them, seeing as how the intention intention was to go on a anti-UN rampage no matter what.
 
2014-06-10 01:08:40 AM

Phil McKraken: This is awesome!

What does the UN do?


I think they Un-Nazied the world or at least that is what a ride at Costco told me.

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2014-06-10 03:57:05 AM

ArkAngel: Yes, let's trust the UN's human rights record. Wherever UN troops go, they are always increasing the local rape and prostitution problems. They let a group sell copies of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion at the Conference Against Racism. They say almost nothing about gross violations of human rights in the Arab Middle East, Africa, and Asia, yet somehow find the time to sign dozens of resolutions blaming Israel for everything.


Recently a UN interpreter, probably new at her job, pointed out this exact sentiment in surprise. The response was the amusement of the assembly.
The UN is a farce.
 
2014-06-10 05:33:13 AM
PM Erdogan has just announced that "The best Kurd is a dead one. The best Alevi is a dead one."

...speaking of Human Rights heroes.

This is, of course, in response to an image of a boy taking doen a Turkish flag in his home city, where his relatives were shot and killed accidentally by Turkish military.

Who's the villain?  The kid who disrespected a flag, not the police and militia who have been killing civilians.
 
2014-06-10 07:13:32 AM

NobleHam: In the first case, they generally cut down on the "local rape problem" as compared to the period immediately preceding the entrance of peacekeepers, and peacekeeping has proven effective in reducing the likelihood of resumed conflict. Prostitution's another matter, .


Maybe child prostitution isn't rape in your book, but it is in mine.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Child_sexual_abuse_by_UN_peacekeepers#19 9 6_U.N._study


NobleHam: hardly significant compared to the good peacekeepers often do.


Based on what metric?

NobleHam: . For the second point, I'd need a citation, but I'm pretty sure freedom of expression is a human right.


Nobody actually sold it in the confrence, they sold it outside the confrence, which they can't really control. However the distributionof flyers inside the confrence with things like, " What if Hitler had won? There would be no Israel, and no Palestinian bloodshed" and "grotesque caricatures of hook-nosed Jews depicted as Nazis, spearing Palestinian children, dripping blood from their fangs, with missiles bulging from their eyes or with pots of money nearby" they can control and allowed.

Every society is going to draw a different line for "free expression" I tend to err more on the side of letting "hate" type things go, but I hope you aren't stupid enought o pretend spewing hate at a UN confrence is a human right.

http://www.jewishfederations.org/page.aspx?id=2279

NobleHam: And yes, the UNHRC focuses a bit too much on Israel (not that it's unjustified),


In the height of the Darfur genocide or massacre they didn't make a peep but managed to condemn Israel 9 times that year. If you think that is "justified" you have a pretty farked up world view. But you made that pretty clear above.

NobleHam: nor is it really representative of the UN's work


Yeah it is.

Pointless gestures used for grudges instead of adressing real problems.

There was a time where it did a good job of keepingt he peace bewteen the big players, but given communication we have today and the number of summits and groups it is pretty useless at that.
 
2014-06-10 07:17:34 AM
The sign that tells you all you need to know about the way the UN operates:

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2014-06-10 08:47:38 AM
I met him in an International Law class in college. He was awfully nice.
 
2014-06-10 08:54:03 AM
NobleHamIsolated mistakes make them worthless? Rwanda was a failure, Bosnia had a lot of mistakes, but there have been more than 50 peacekeeping missions since the end of the Cold War and most of them you haven't heard of because nothing went wrong, they worked as intended, and atrocities did not occur. As for helping Western nations feel like they did something, I'm sure you're aware that Pakistan is the largest contributor of peacekeeping forces, followed by Bangladesh ...

That.  I've visited peacekeeping missions in East Timor, Cyprus, and Mozambique.  East Timor and Cyprus are still going on.  Yet you don't hear anything in the media since nothing is happening, which is exactly the purpose of the mission.  Successful peacekeeping mission means no sensationalist story to report.  Peace doesn't make the evening news.

ps:  I work in IT for an environmental org that does a lot of work with the UN.  To me peacekeeping missions are very much like IT work.  If you're doing your job right, nobody notices you.  All systems are working?  Fine.  The only time you get noticed is when something goes wrong.
 
2014-06-10 10:08:41 AM

ArkAngel: Yes, let's trust the UN's human rights record. Wherever UN troops go, they are always increasing the local rape and prostitution problems.


The UN runs the Republican national convention?
 
2014-06-10 11:20:42 AM
Do you know what they built the United Nation building on top of? Land that used to be stockyards and slaughterhouses back in the old days. The land is literally haunted with hundreds of thousands if not millions of animal ghosts slaughtered for food in the 1800s and early 1900s.
 
2014-06-10 11:38:09 AM

Kevin72: Do you know what they built the United Nation building on top of? Land that used to be stockyards and slaughterhouses back in the old days. The land is literally haunted with hundreds of thousands if not millions of animal ghosts slaughtered for food in the 1800s and early 1900s.


Ok PETA, simmer down unless you are going to make with the naked ladies.
 
2014-06-10 12:00:31 PM

Daedalus27: Kevin72: Do you know what they built the United Nation building on top of? Land that used to be stockyards and slaughterhouses back in the old days. The land is literally haunted with hundreds of thousands if not millions of animal ghosts slaughtered for food in the 1800s and early 1900s.

Ok PETA, simmer down unless you are going to make with the naked ladies.


I don't feel bad for all the delicious animals that were slaughtered and eaten. I feel bad that the United Nations, an organization dedicated in theory to peace and justice is haunted and cursed by the spirits of violent and untimely deaths.
 
2014-06-10 02:51:38 PM

Kevin72: Do you know what they built the United Nation building on top of? Land that used to be stockyards and slaughterhouses back in the old days. The land is literally haunted with hundreds of thousands if not millions of animal ghosts slaughtered for food in the 1800s and early 1900s.


Animal ghosts?
 
2014-06-10 03:06:47 PM

insertsnarkyusername: Kevin72: Do you know what they built the United Nation building on top of? Land that used to be stockyards and slaughterhouses back in the old days. The land is literally haunted with hundreds of thousands if not millions of animal ghosts slaughtered for food in the 1800s and early 1900s.

Animal ghosts?


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2014-06-10 04:21:56 PM

Kevin72: insertsnarkyusername: Kevin72: Do you know what they built the United Nation building on top of? Land that used to be stockyards and slaughterhouses back in the old days. The land is literally haunted with hundreds of thousands if not millions of animal ghosts slaughtered for food in the 1800s and early 1900s.

Animal ghosts?

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That's a very nice photoshop right there but I didn't know animal ghosts were a thing.
/I just died a little bit inside learning that it's something people actually believe in.
 
2014-06-10 05:27:03 PM

insertsnarkyusername: Kevin72: insertsnarkyusername: Kevin72: Do you know what they built the United Nation building on top of? Land that used to be stockyards and slaughterhouses back in the old days. The land is literally haunted with hundreds of thousands if not millions of animal ghosts slaughtered for food in the 1800s and early 1900s.

Animal ghosts?

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That's a very nice photoshop right there but I didn't know animal ghosts were a thing.
/I just died a little bit inside learning that it's something people actually believe in.


You were not born in this century. (For fair disclosure neither was I)
As a typical American your total dependence on your past-based computerlike brain precludes you from using the brain cells in your heart which can access information that your brain fails to see.
 
2014-06-10 05:35:48 PM

Kevin72: insertsnarkyusername: Kevin72: insertsnarkyusername: Kevin72: Do you know what they built the United Nation building on top of? Land that used to be stockyards and slaughterhouses back in the old days. The land is literally haunted with hundreds of thousands if not millions of animal ghosts slaughtered for food in the 1800s and early 1900s.

Animal ghosts?

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That's a very nice photoshop right there but I didn't know animal ghosts were a thing.
/I just died a little bit inside learning that it's something people actually believe in.

You were not born in this century. (For fair disclosure neither was I)
As a typical American your total dependence on your past-based computerlike brain precludes you from using the brain cells in your heart which can access information that your brain fails to see.


There are no brain cells in our hearts.
 
2014-06-10 05:50:11 PM

insertsnarkyusername: Kevin72: insertsnarkyusername: Kevin72: insertsnarkyusername: Kevin72: Do you know what they built the United Nation building on top of? Land that used to be stockyards and slaughterhouses back in the old days. The land is literally haunted with hundreds of thousands if not millions of animal ghosts slaughtered for food in the 1800s and early 1900s.

Animal ghosts?

[s25.postimg.org image 800x640]
free image hosting

That's a very nice photoshop right there but I didn't know animal ghosts were a thing.
/I just died a little bit inside learning that it's something people actually believe in.

You were not born in this century. (For fair disclosure neither was I)
As a typical American your total dependence on your past-based computerlike brain precludes you from using the brain cells in your heart which can access information that your brain fails to see.

There are no brain cells in our hearts.


The bane of depending on computers is GIGO. If Barney Google tells you that there are actually are brain cells in your heart, you better use them to connect to the animal ghosts around you.
 
2014-06-10 06:05:19 PM

Kevin72: insertsnarkyusername: Kevin72: insertsnarkyusername: Kevin72: insertsnarkyusername: Kevin72: Do you know what they built the United Nation building on top of? Land that used to be stockyards and slaughterhouses back in the old days. The land is literally haunted with hundreds of thousands if not millions of animal ghosts slaughtered for food in the 1800s and early 1900s.

Animal ghosts?

[s25.postimg.org image 800x640]
free image hosting

That's a very nice photoshop right there but I didn't know animal ghosts were a thing.
/I just died a little bit inside learning that it's something people actually believe in.

You were not born in this century. (For fair disclosure neither was I)
As a typical American your total dependence on your past-based computerlike brain precludes you from using the brain cells in your heart which can access information that your brain fails to see.

There are no brain cells in our hearts.

The bane of depending on computers is GIGO. If Barney Google tells you that there are actually are brain cells in your heart, you better use them to connect to the animal ghosts around you.


Don't worry, I've got elk tenderloin defrosting so I'll be connecting to a dead animal right around dinner time.
 
2014-06-10 06:33:33 PM

insertsnarkyusername: Kevin72: insertsnarkyusername: Kevin72: insertsnarkyusername: Kevin72: insertsnarkyusername: Kevin72: Do you know what they built the United Nation building on top of? Land that used to be stockyards and slaughterhouses back in the old days. The land is literally haunted with hundreds of thousands if not millions of animal ghosts slaughtered for food in the 1800s and early 1900s.

Animal ghosts?

[s25.postimg.org image 800x640]
free image hosting

That's a very nice photoshop right there but I didn't know animal ghosts were a thing.
/I just died a little bit inside learning that it's something people actually believe in.

You were not born in this century. (For fair disclosure neither was I)
As a typical American your total dependence on your past-based computerlike brain precludes you from using the brain cells in your heart which can access information that your brain fails to see.

There are no brain cells in our hearts.

The bane of depending on computers is GIGO. If Barney Google tells you that there are actually are brain cells in your heart, you better use them to connect to the animal ghosts around you.

Don't worry, I've got elk tenderloin defrosting so I'll be connecting to a dead animal right around dinner time.


I'm not concerned about the elk.I'm concerned whether or not you are willing to discover whether you will investigate whether or not you have hundreds of millions of neurons in your heart or whether you will continue to deny it.
 
2014-06-10 06:36:16 PM
*40,000 neurons
 
2014-06-10 07:17:17 PM

Kevin72: insertsnarkyusername: Kevin72: insertsnarkyusername: Kevin72: insertsnarkyusername: Kevin72: insertsnarkyusername: Kevin72: Do you know what they built the United Nation building on top of? Land that used to be stockyards and slaughterhouses back in the old days. The land is literally haunted with hundreds of thousands if not millions of animal ghosts slaughtered for food in the 1800s and early 1900s.

Animal ghosts?

[s25.postimg.org image 800x640]
free image hosting

That's a very nice photoshop right there but I didn't know animal ghosts were a thing.
/I just died a little bit inside learning that it's something people actually believe in.

You were not born in this century. (For fair disclosure neither was I)
As a typical American your total dependence on your past-based computerlike brain precludes you from using the brain cells in your heart which can access information that your brain fails to see.

There are no brain cells in our hearts.

The bane of depending on computers is GIGO. If Barney Google tells you that there are actually are brain cells in your heart, you better use them to connect to the animal ghosts around you.

Don't worry, I've got elk tenderloin defrosting so I'll be connecting to a dead animal right around dinner time.

I'm not concerned about the elk.I'm concerned whether or not you are willing to discover whether you will investigate whether or not you have hundreds of millions of neurons in your heart or whether you will continue to deny it.


You said brain cells, not neurons those are slightly different things. I have tons of neurons throughout my  body. Is my skin now a brain? Are my bowls? Is my spine?
 
2014-06-10 07:29:25 PM

insertsnarkyusername: Kevin72: insertsnarkyusername: Kevin72: insertsnarkyusername: Kevin72: insertsnarkyusername: Kevin72: insertsnarkyusername: Kevin72: Do you know what they built the United Nation building on top of? Land that used to be stockyards and slaughterhouses back in the old days. The land is literally haunted with hundreds of thousands if not millions of animal ghosts slaughtered for food in the 1800s and early 1900s.

Animal ghosts?

[s25.postimg.org image 800x640]
free image hosting

That's a very nice photoshop right there but I didn't know animal ghosts were a thing.
/I just died a little bit inside learning that it's something people actually believe in.

You were not born in this century. (For fair disclosure neither was I)
As a typical American your total dependence on your past-based computerlike brain precludes you from using the brain cells in your heart which can access information that your brain fails to see.

There are no brain cells in our hearts.

The bane of depending on computers is GIGO. If Barney Google tells you that there are actually are brain cells in your heart, you better use them to connect to the animal ghosts around you.

Don't worry, I've got elk tenderloin defrosting so I'll be connecting to a dead animal right around dinner time.

I'm not concerned about the elk.I'm concerned whether or not you are willing to discover whether you will investigate whether or not you have hundreds of millions of neurons in your heart or whether you will continue to deny it.

You said brain cells, not neurons those are slightly different things. I have tons of neurons throughout my  body. Is my skin now a brain? Are my bowels? Is my spine?


Let's leave it that we both agree about the neurons and that it's pure unproven opinion about whether or not they count as brain cells and whether or not there are animal ghosts.
 
2014-06-10 07:44:12 PM
Kevin72:Let's leave it that we both agree about the neurons and that it's pure unproven opinion about whether or not they count as brain cells and whether or not there are animal ghosts.

Agreed. Good day to you sir.
 
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