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Not all Muslims are assholes

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Not all Muslims are assholes

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jgoins Report This Comment
Date: September 23, 2012 07:11AM

If there are others like this guy they are not making themselves known nearly enough.
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: September 23, 2012 08:34AM

How much of that is the media's fault? Violence sells.
quasi Report This Comment
Date: September 23, 2012 08:52AM

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quasi Report This Comment
Date: September 23, 2012 08:58AM

Meanwhile, in a "peaceful" western nation.

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BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: September 23, 2012 09:16AM

How civilized.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: September 24, 2012 08:28AM

Well at least those crowds weren't intentionally being violent they just wanted to party. The moral of the story is stay off facebook.
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: September 24, 2012 06:48PM

So... no praise for progress? Tough crowd...
Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: September 24, 2012 10:03PM

Progress is always admirable but ..... for every picture you can find like this I can come up with 20+ that go the other way.

If this cat waddn such a lone voice odds are there would be a lot less resentment towards this supposed "religion of peace" clown

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BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: September 25, 2012 09:23AM

I know. It's sad but I still have hope and it's better than nothing at all.
quasi Report This Comment
Date: September 25, 2012 01:19PM

I just have a real problem with condemning a whole group of people because of the actions of some of those people; whether it's Muslims condemning all westerners or westerners condemning all Muslims, it's all the same thing and leads to the same bloody end.
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: September 25, 2012 01:33PM

I do too Q. I know sometimes people here assume I am in support of Muslims but I am not, I am in support of human beings and finding common ground and improving relations and try to get beyond this us vs them mind set. I do understand why that mind set exists and I'm not saying it has no basis in reality at all, but that when it mushrooms into a grouping of people into a bad category and violence is perpetrated based upon that it has gone too far and then "us" is playing the same game as "them". I believe if we focus on and accentuate the positive that there is it will nurture it and then peace and tolerance will eventually become the predominant mind set.

If the goal is to anger and incite radical militant Muslims to violent behavior then provoking them works, but all that does is perpetuate more violence, more distrust and more polarization between westerners and mid-easterners. Is that our goal, to perpetuate the violence? It is not my goal. I don't believe it is the goal of the governments involved in trying to contain and minimize the violence either. You (we) may not agree with their views and tactics but efforts towards peace should always be welcomed.



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jgoins Report This Comment
Date: September 30, 2012 07:03AM

Peace can never be gained as long as others do not allow the worse of us the right to free speech equally as the best of us.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: September 30, 2012 08:12AM

radical Islam needs no provoking, it is their religious belief to create a world wide caliphate however they can, they know that by force is the only way it will happen. political correctness will not help or hurt the situation. *simple fact*
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: September 30, 2012 11:14PM

Cross referencing posts you cross referenced [plus613.net];

Your statement is NOT applicable to anything but RADICAL MILITANT Islam and applying it to the entire Mid-east is nothing but ridiculous. The entire Mid-east is NOT Muslim. The entire Muslim community in the Mid-east is NOT radical and militant either.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: September 30, 2012 11:24PM

did i claim otherwise? nope
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: September 30, 2012 11:44PM

You're right, but taken within the context of JG's comment which you replied to referencing your comment in this thread and calling your own comment "a reality check" it is easy to make that connection. Just because you didn't explicitly state it does not rule out that it may have been implied and perhaps intentionally so. Come on Digger, you play that game all the time, just like our beloved leaders and politicians do, except when I call you on that shit you resort to "yo momma" jokes.



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Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: October 01, 2012 12:07AM

Implications and assumptions regarding anyones thoughts are pretty fragile precipes to tread upon. Such ice is precariously thin and seldom worth the risk of waltzin upon drinking
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BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 01, 2012 01:24AM

Of course it is inherently flawed to make assumption, yet equally flawed to not consider context.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: October 01, 2012 07:15AM

Just like in this country a vocal minority can ruin things for the silent majority. This might be what is happening in the middle east where the vocal minority make the world think the majority of the middle east are radicals. Until the rest of the Muslim world gets their voice out and start using it then the radicals will determine how the rest live or die.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 01, 2012 09:45AM

you called me on being an asshole, so naturally momma jokes were required to stay on the same level. smiling
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BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 01, 2012 11:14AM

Nope, you're wrong. This last round you started the momma crap when I said you weren't important enough to be annoying to me. I didn't single you out as still being an asshole until after that, so your excuse is invalidated.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 01, 2012 11:53AM

i'm rubber, you're glue.............
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: October 02, 2012 07:37AM

Childish name calling invalidates all arguments any time it occurs.
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 02, 2012 09:28AM

It certainly hinders any further discussion. I notice that some people resort to that kind of thing when they can't come up with something meaningful to add to the discussion or a good point to make in an argument. Oh well. It's to be expected I suppose.

And I agree with you JG about the rest of the Muslim world needing to be more outspoken. It is happening more now as suppressive/oppressive regimes are starting to crumble. My hope and prayers are that they will succeed in embarking on their democratic endeavors. I think there's a good chance for improvement.



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fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 02, 2012 09:55AM

meaningful discussion is meaningless with you, Blurf. you believe nothing and offer less.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: October 03, 2012 07:17AM

They will never be able to remove their repressive governments by themselves, they will need the world's help but will never get it. The people of Iran have been trying for years but have had no success because the military control is too strong for the people. Hopefully Israel will help in that area soon.
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 03, 2012 08:40AM

Just because I don't agree with everything someone else thinks and says doesn't mean I have no beliefs, but thank you for the compliment anyway. smiling
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pro_junior Report This Comment
Date: October 03, 2012 03:08PM

man, they were nihilists, man
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 03, 2012 04:28PM

I meant that in the Buddhist sense, not the nihilist.
Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: October 03, 2012 10:42PM

There seems to be an all too obvious point that's evading you Blah. The mooslime theocracy is not just a faith, it's all all encompassing way of life, governance and law.

They DO NOT believe in, nor want a democracy (*horse*)

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jgoins Report This Comment
Date: October 04, 2012 07:16AM

The middle east does want democracy as long as they can force their people to vote for the right things and they can still shoot any who disagree with them.
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 04, 2012 08:18AM

That doesn't evade me. I Just don't agree that it is necessarily the majority of Mid-eastern people. The loud, murderous assholes have all the attention. I think it s wrong to lump them all together and say they are all assholes or even that the majority of them are. It is a big "they" people have created in their minds, not without some justification, I'll hand you that. I try to be more optimistic though and I do think some changes are taking place over there and hope for the best outcome.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: October 05, 2012 07:13AM

The loud murderous assholes are just the foot soldiers for the rest of the middle east. I've never seen a middle eastern hippy spouting make love not war before.
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 05, 2012 08:22AM

I have known a lot of people from the Mid-east (Libya, Egypt, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iran, Palestine, Kuwait to name some) and they are not murderous assholes and according to them neither are their average countrymen. The war mongering wanna-take-over-the-world assholes are not representative of the majority of people living there.
quasi Report This Comment
Date: October 05, 2012 10:25AM

"The loud murderous assholes are just the foot soldiers for the rest of the middle east."

And their excuse for killing us is, "The loud murderous assholes are just the foot soldiers for the jews."

Same mentality.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: October 06, 2012 06:46AM

I might be inclined to believe they are not all the same if we could see them doing something about their loud murderous assholes. If the radical muslems can go around killing anyone they choose then the other muslems can also kill the radicals. If I see that then I would believe they are not all the same.

If they would leave the Jews alone then I might believe Islam is a religion of peace.
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 06, 2012 08:19AM

You see what you want to see. I see it differently.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 06, 2012 09:47AM

the sky is purple..............
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: October 07, 2012 07:49AM

Rose colored glasses do help. The governments in the middle east allow the radicals to kill people so if the rest of the people would start killing the radicals then it wouldn't be long till the radical movement would disappear.
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 07, 2012 09:57AM

Trying to have a positive mind-set doesn't mean I am wearing rose colored glasses. I see the evil in the world.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: October 08, 2012 06:48AM

Well that's good. Then maybe you would wait for Islam to prove it is a peaceful religion before you believe it is peaceful. Thus-far there has been no proof of peace.
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 08, 2012 03:14PM

How many Muslim people have you personally known?
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: October 09, 2012 06:56AM

I don't have to personally know rattlesnakes to know they are dangerous. I do know that when people believe in their religion as heavily as they do trouble follows. I also believe that if their governments were different then the radicals would have less power.
quasi Report This Comment
Date: October 09, 2012 11:44AM

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jgoins Report This Comment
Date: October 10, 2012 07:18AM

That's what I'm saying the people and the governments in the middle east won't stand up against the radicals. The people I can almost understand not standing up to them because their governments won't protect them but if there really is a majority of people opposed to the radicals and they all rose up against them then the radicals would cease to exist sooner or later. Is that not what happen when Americans rose up against Britain in the revolutionary war? If it is important enough for the Islamic people to be seen as non radical then they can take over their countries from the radicals.
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 10, 2012 09:46AM

It is beginning to happen in some countries but you do your best to ignore and dismiss it.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: October 11, 2012 08:11AM

I will continue to ignore it until majority succeed in destroying the radicals or the very least they allow their women equal rights.
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 11, 2012 05:12PM

You won't recognize and give credit where it is due. Democratic revolution is already in progress over there, including the fight for women's rights. Apparently you'd rather ignore it or bomb it all into oblivion. How humane of you.
Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: October 11, 2012 09:56PM

Really? Name even ONE country in the ME where these rose colored glasses type events are takin place blah (*facepalm*)

I get it man, there's all this peace love n harmony happenin over there huh? Sorry, but I'm callin BS on that one dude handjob

If you REALLY believe that shit then please accept your position as a pawn in their game, 'cause that's exactly what you are ... nothing more and damned sure nothin less (*facepalm*)

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quasi Report This Comment
Date: October 12, 2012 05:42AM

I think there are probably far more decent, peaceful people in those countries than we realize, regular folks who have a live and let live attitude but, with good reason, are in fear for their lives if they should speak up. Hopefully the tide is beginning to turn in their favor and they'll be saying more and more, "I'm mad as hell and I'm not gonna take this shit anymore from the violent, self serving punk asses who want to run my life." This is where Blah's timeline comes into play for me - the western world had a head start in getting past the bulk of the violence and the middle east is playing catch up. They once had a flourishing, intelligent society, and could once again. Or they could just continue to kill each other off through sheer stupidity.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: October 12, 2012 06:52AM

They will continue to kill each other while trying to kill the rest of the world as well. Hopefully they will kill themselves off before they do much damage to the rest of the world.
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 12, 2012 10:07AM

You are way behind on playing catch up with history and facts Kim, and have the imaginary balls to accuse me of wearing rose colored glasses while you are wearing blinders.

Women were granted the right to vote on a universal and equal basis in Lebanon in 1952, Syria (to vote) in 1949 (Restrictions or conditions lifted) in 1953, Egypt in 1956, Tunisia in 1959, Mauritania in 1961, Algeria in 1962, Morocco in 1963, Libya and Sudan in 1964, Yemen (Partly) in 1967 (full right) in 1970, Bahrain in 1973, Jordan in 1974, Iraq (Full right) 1980 Oman (Partly) in 1994 and (Fully granted) 2003, and Kuwait in 2005. In 2011, Saudi Arabia announced that it would give women the right to vote in future elections.

In some of the wealthier Arab countries such as UAE, the number of women business owners is growing rapidly and adding to the economic development of the country. Many of these women work with family businesses and are encouraged to work and study outside of the home. Arab women are estimated to have $40 billion of personal wealth at their disposal, with Qatari families being among the richest in the world.

Since Islam encouraged equality between the sexes, Islam has also encouraged equality in education. In all Arab countries, girls, just like boys, usually get their full education in highschool and even move onto getting a Graduate diploma, and this has been going on for a long time after the 1960s.

Benazir Bhutto was a Pakistani politician who served as the 11th Prime Minister of Pakistan in two non-consecutive terms from 1988 until 1990, and 1993 until 1996.



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fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 12, 2012 10:40AM

you're not taking into account Sharia Islam stats, only Sunni, so you are wrong.
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 12, 2012 10:52AM

You are showing your ignorance. Sharia is not a sect or branch of Islam as Sunni is, so YOU are wrong. It is a set of laws that were put together by Muslim clerics over the ages.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 12, 2012 11:06AM

and they govern a large percentage of Muslims, so you had better factor them in because they sure the fuck are.
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 12, 2012 11:26AM

Of course Muslim cleric rule is a factor and it's part of the problem, I never said it wasn't. But it is certainly not the only factor.

Kim said to show him one ME country where women's rights have advanced and I showed him 18. Admittedly he did not specifically challenge me for facts on women's rights but that is a major component of the discussion. As far as movements in ME nations moving toward democracy (the other major part of the discussion) is a matter of current events which cannot be disputed. The people in many so called Arab nations are currently engaging in the overthrow of repressive regimes and demanding democratic processes in their governments. This is fact. Arab Spring isn't over people. It's just beginning.

Besides that, the facts I presented were not any Sunni based stats but actual historical facts that even you can't dispute, Fossil.

The people in ME nations need ongoing education and support to realize they do have power to choose and affect change in their governments and their lives. The people in the West need to realize that they sometimes are needing our help. Our ideals of democracy and liberty and justice are starting to catch on and I am hopeful that those people can catch up but it doesn't help for us to sit on our asses and say shit like fuck them, let them kill each other off. That is NOT what American values are about.



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Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: October 12, 2012 08:04PM

As usual blah you've gone off on a number of tangents while never even addressing what I said. Let's try this again and I'll spell it out all nice and plain so maybe you can get it this time.

Name ONE country in the ME where there's a democratic revolution that's ongoing as you stated was the case and I called bullshit on.

Every "Arab Spring" event that's taken place has indeed included large segments of people wanting democratic changes, yet every such movement has also been subverted by hardline Muslims instead. leading eventually to more empowerment of the Islamic concepts of Sharia governance and nothing truly resembling a republic democracy as you claim to have occurred.

The religion of Islam also does not recognize women as even equals to men and until that changes there will never be any hope for any type of real democracy in the ME.

The cultures and many of the countries in the ME are hundreds if not thousands of years older than our own and there is still not even one that recognizes all people as equal.

Like I said before, Muslims do not want democracy (*horse*)

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fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 12, 2012 10:02PM

hope all you want Blurf, but how many lives will your hope cost? Shia Muslims do not want peace and will settle for nothing in between no matter how many fools like you hope for it. they do not want peace, Democracy, to be brought into the 21rst century, women's rights, rights for anyone other than their beliefs, and they damn sure do not want to discuss it further.
fools that hope for change are costing lives...plain and simple fact.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: October 13, 2012 07:31AM

Does anyone think the movements in the ME toward democracy were brought about by Iraq being changed?
quasi Report This Comment
Date: October 13, 2012 07:52AM

I think it's just a natural progression of people wanting to be free of tyranny. And once freedom is eventually achieved people gradually get complacent and end up being controlled by tyrants again because of their own apathy. Iraq had as much to do with creating more hatred of the west as it did with instilling the idea of removing tyrants, probably more. As I write this, my son is on his way to a six month deployment in Kuwait, not a bad place to be in that region, but how long will that last or how quickly will he be sent to a "crisis" nearby?
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 13, 2012 11:56AM

"As usual blah you've gone off on a number of tangents while never even addressing what I said. Let's try this again and I'll spell it out all nice and plain so maybe you can get it this time."

Bullshit Kim. I stated facts pertinent to the discussion. There was no going off on tangents, it was all on topic, and your "as usual" accusation is baseless. If anything I am one of the few people here who actually attempts to stay on topic.

"Name ONE country in the ME where there's a democratic revolution that's ongoing as you stated was the case and I called bullshit on."

Read the news.

"Every "Arab Spring" event that's taken place has indeed included large segments of people wanting democratic changes, yet every such movement has also been subverted by hardline Muslims instead. leading eventually to more empowerment of the Islamic concepts of Sharia governance and nothing truly resembling a republic democracy as you claim to have occurred."

I never made that claim in the first place. I did not claim that any truly democratic government is in place yet over there, I said there are people fighting for that and it is ongoing. That is all I said.

You have no proof of your statement and you couldn't, since the processes are still ongoing.

You equate any Muslim related/associated governance with Sharia extremism and that is not accurate and could not be since we do not yet know how things will unfold. You see the words "Muslim Brotherhood" in the case of Egypt for example and automatically assume it's evil because it is "Muslim" without taking into account what their new democratically elected president is actually doing and saying.

"The religion of Islam also does not recognize women as even equals to men and until that changes there will never be any hope for any type of real democracy in the ME.

The cultures and many of the countries in the ME are hundreds if not thousands of years older than our own and there is still not even one that recognizes all people as equal."

In your mind anything Muslim equals Sharia law and inequality. You know next to nothing, if anything at all, about Islam, and it is evident in your baseless bigotry. Islam in the Koran is no more patriarchal than Judaism or Christianity is in the Bible. You talk about things you have no knowledge of as though you are an expert. I admit I am no expert but I have researched things and do have some knowledge about the things I say.

Again you have no historical timeline reference. Islamic cultures are NOT thousands of years old and very much younger than Christianity and Judaism, and NONE of them in practice recognize that all people are equal either. Prior to the emergence of these religions we shared many things in common culturally. If you are referring to American culture that is a laugh. America is a mush-mash of cultures.

"Like I said before, Muslims do not want democracy"

Well that is certainly quite the opposite of what many Muslims are saying and fighting for. I think we will just have to wait and see what happens.

I support their efforts toward equality and democratic rule. I think you have blinders on. You refuse to see reason and facts. I don't support Muslim bigotry anymore than I support American bigotry.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 13, 2012 04:55PM

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Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: October 13, 2012 08:00PM

Here ya go blah, your words not mine, and directly quoted from your above post:

Democratic revolution is already in progress over there, including the fight for women's rights

One last time, where is over there? Name the country where people are fighting for a representative democracy.

And please don't get your ideologies confused and try to mention a representative theocracy as they are far from the same thing.

While this is a rhetorical question, go ahead and let 'er rip.

I do have to wonder how it must feel to be a pawn? Perhaps this is a question you could actually answer, yet I expect you have no concept that you indeed are one (*facepalm*)

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fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 13, 2012 10:29PM

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BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 13, 2012 11:59PM

Recently Libya and Egypt, and other nations that already have democratic governments. They may not be the greatest but neither is ours and they have the extra handicap of having all that tribal bullshit and party factions and religious wackos to deal with. Our country already dealt with those problems pretty effectively; we outlawed religious government, killed the fucking tribes off or shoved them out of the way, and we overpower all the little political parties with sheer dollar amounts. We are ahead of the game and they've got to catch up.

"Muslims don't want democracy." Boy that statement just reeks of equality, huh? You're a hypocrite. You are a bigot. You lump all ME people into Muslims and you lump all Muslims into being evil murderous bastards.

If anyone is a pawn in the radical militant Jihad kill everyone else game it's people like you who play into their hatred game and promote more hatred which they actually WANT. They want more polarization, it is their validation to kill those different from them. They want more justification for more terrorism. Wake up and stop feeding the hatred. Don't give them the justification of hatred they want by hating them.

So you tell me, how does it feel to be an unaware pawn in their hatred game? How does it feel to know that they succeed in their goal of instilling terror and/or hatred in your mind and the minds of many Americans?
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 14, 2012 12:11AM

did you totally forget the Muslim brotherhood? (*facepalm*)

crazy factions...........? (*facepalm*)
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 14, 2012 12:27AM

No, not at all, but Egypt's new President vows to help create a sectarian government and their constitutional court does also. It's gonna be a tough fight but they are starting. If the Muslim Brotherhood party was not included in elections then it would not have been a fair and representative vote, which is what forced the constitutional court to allow it. They are going to continue to stumble over the religious affiliations for some time but so did the American colonies, remember? Give them time. There's always a chance.

And no, I said party factions, not crazy factions.

BTW, Mursi officially quit that party upon taking office.



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Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: October 14, 2012 04:18AM

If believin the blahther line helps ya sleep better at night, perhaps there's some validity in believin as you do, but sorry dude, that dog just won't hunt here.

However, just keep on spewin like they intend you to do, afterall, that's what good little pawns are for handjob

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jgoins Report This Comment
Date: October 14, 2012 06:32AM

During WWII did we not include all Germans or all Japanese in our hatred and distrust? If it is done when the enemy wears a uniform then it should be done even more when the enemy does not wear a uniform. We do not know which Muslim is a radical until they do something to show it because radicalism is not clearly visible. Therefore we must lump all Muslims together until one or the other show by their actions which category they fall under.
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 14, 2012 11:49AM

Innocent people should not be punished for the crimes of others. I understand why that happened but it doesn't make it right and it wasn't. We don't have to repeat the mistakes of the past and we should find ways of avoiding them.

There is a difference between hating an enemy and fighting an enemy. Fighting out of conviction to what is right and retribution for wrongs done by an enemy does not require hatred and the more clear minded we are about it the more effective our fight is. Hatred clouds the mind and makes people do stupid things. Although it is understandable to hate it is still ultimately a mistake. In the case of fighting terrorism it becomes even more important. Hate is very closely tied to fear. Remember what GW Bush told us, do not let them instill terror in us, that is what they want.

I don't believe this stuff because it helps me sleep better at night, Kim. I believe it because it rings true in my mind and I look into things and find as close to the truth as we are able to. I don't just blindly go off on some bandwagon. Things are not cut and dry in the world, not black and white. Life is not that simple. Bigotry, hatred and prejudice are the easy ways to be. Getting past that crap requires thinking and re-evaluating and some people are just too lazy to be bothered with any of that.



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fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 14, 2012 12:32PM

if radical Islam does not rethink, reconsider, or marginalize whatsoever, why should we, you, or any one else? there is no making friends with them, there is no appeasing them to their expectations, and there damn sure is no making them change. thinking good thoughts for their salvation or whatever other mindless bullshit you are expecting of them plays right into their wheel house.....sucker
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 14, 2012 01:04PM

I agree that the hard line radical assholes will not change but I do not agree that just because they are assholes that justifies me being an asshole in return. We don't have to stoop down to their level. I am not talking about trying to change them at all. I am not praying for their salvation. I am not talking about forgiving them. I am talking about the OTHER people who are deserving of hope and help. I am talking about not lumping all the people in the mid-east into one group. I think I have made that pretty clear time and again but some of you seem to ignore that. Maybe you don't ignore it but what you say here sure makes it appear so to me.

I don't even expect you to agree with me, just to listen and consider what I have to say without summarily dismissing it. I believe progress in the world is possible but not if we keep thinking the same old shit that doesn't work. If we give up on everyone over there and just hate em all that does no good at all.
Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: October 14, 2012 01:08PM

Honestly blah I have no idea where you come off with these constant mentions of hating anyone/group/nationality/religious following. I don't hate any of these. The words "I hate _ _ _ _" quite simply don't roll off either my tongue nor get hammered out my keeboard because such phrases are not representative of my thoughts, much less my own personally held ideologies.

If ya wanna lean towards distrust and disbelief in what some of these factions do versus what they claim to do then we can agree I am indeed distrustful and disbelieving, but neither of those concepts can be taken to the extremes of hatred.

BTW, I am equally distrustful of ALL religions as in my view they all lead/cajole/manipulate the masses for their own agendas and purposes, none of which lead to the betterment and progression of humankind as a whole as they are all divisive in this way.

Any time one religion holds themselves above others, we all lose as a race of peoples and this has no bearing on what skin tone the participants wear externally because under the outer layers, we're really all just humans.

Spending untold hours studying news stories from a multitude of sources, reading blogs from various differing groups and interacting with individuals to help get an even more personal insight from others experiences is what I have used to then help create the view and opinions I personally hold forth.

I was taught at a very young age to question any and all things, to never blindly believe or follow anything, nor anyone without 1st thoroughly inspecting the "facts" others tried to represent and then running all such information through a filter to ascertain if it was being agendized or otherwise manipulated in hopes of gaining some sort of personal ground/acceptance, financial benefit or from a perceived acquisition of power through agreement by others regarding these supposed "truths" they espoused.

If this seems like a lazy way to formulate a world view then I am unsure what would be required of me to pass your test on such matters, though honestly I couldn't give 2 shits if I do or not.

I'm not on this planet to make anyone but myself happy as I know in reality I am the only one I CAN make happy since personal happiness is an issue of personal responsibility, not one I can create for others winking
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fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 14, 2012 01:57PM

the only thing that the hard line radical assholes comprehend is an asshole x 100, that's all they will ever understand. the dictators we installed in the Middle east over the years kept our feet (indirectly) on the necks of these asswipes, but now Odumbfuck and his pacifist / appeasement policies have been in place, its obvious what has taken place there now...the whole mother trucker is in flames being taken over by Shia Islam one by one.
do not believe Morsi has forsaken his beliefs, if you do, you are a bigger sucker than i think you are.
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 14, 2012 03:22PM

Fossil, I don't think Mursi has abandoned his faith but I do hope he is sincere in his vow to keep his government separate from religion and truly be for all of the people in his country and not play favorites. We will just have to see how that works out. I won't be completely shocked if it comes about much like you describe but I do not assume it will and I believe there is a chance for change there.

Calling me a "sucker" is really uncalled for though. Just because I don't see eye to eye with you doesn't make me anything but being different from you.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 14, 2012 03:46PM

playing the name calling victim will get you laughed at by me and the characters you are hoping will go against hundreds of years of religious tradition, and yes, you are as big of a sucker as i have ever seen.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 14, 2012 03:49PM

Morsi is nothing more than playing O'dumbfuck for our millions of aid every year while funnelling it to the Muslim brotherhood and their respective U.S. hater groups using it against us. double sucker
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 14, 2012 04:01PM

Kim, I get the hatred thing from the words you say and how you say them. Your attitude that comes across indicates bigotry to me and to me bigotry and hatred are the same thing. I accept your explanation of your views and will keep that in mind.

I obviously do not agree with all of your views, I am a different person with different experiences. While I do not espouse any religion or sect of one I do see value in core teachings and concepts of many of them. I agree that in practice official religions have done and do as you have said. However on the individual level I know this is definitely not always the case. I know this by personal experience with the people and by learning from their personal experiences. I also know a great deal about many religions due to personal involvement with them. I am not an expert but I am experienced enough to know that many ideas and assumptions about religions that inexperienced people have about them are not valid and based on superficial and flawed information.

Islam is probably my least favorite religion if I were to classify religions into favorites. However that does not prevent me from believing the peaceful performance of their type of worship is a right they are entitled to. When someone in the name of Islam crosses the line they have sacrificed their right to freedom of religion in the same way that any criminal sacrifices certain of their rights as a direct result of their crime. Unfortunately the killers in the name of Islam get all the attention and that's the info many people base their attitude about Islam on and that is not really how the majority of Muslims are. It is the lumping them all together and thinking and saying they are all evil because they are Muslim that I find fault with. Too many Americans are content to do just that and it unfortunately influences popular opinion. This in turn causes more polarization and misunderstanding and makes efforts towards solutions much harder.

I understand that you feel you are only here to please yourself and that is your right to believe that way. I do not believe that about myself. At least not in the same way as you appear to. I believe the way to make myself happy in part involves minimizing things I do that make other people unhappy. The more unhappy people there are the more I run into them and they make ME unhappy. I call it being wisely selfish. It's just the golden rule is all and it works.
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 14, 2012 04:15PM

"playing the name calling victim will get you laughed at by me and the characters you are hoping will go against hundreds of years of religious tradition, and yes, you are as big of a sucker as i have ever seen."

I am not playing victim here. It is obvious that you don't comprehend some of what I say and assume I am playing into the sucker role based on your mis-comprehensions. Being hopeful that people can and do change is not foolish either. Like I said, we will have to wait and see what happens. We will see how mature Mursi is in regards to being able to separate religion and state in his government. I don't necessarily believe that he will but I have HOPE that he will. That would indicate that some people over there are trying to catch up. We'll see how it goes. If that makes me a sucker in your mind then that is your problem, not mine.
Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: October 14, 2012 04:43PM

Here's a cuppla concepts that might be a bit over your head but I'll lay 'em out there anyway blah:

1. Whatever perception of anything one chooses to view anything with resides in the viewer/interpreter and not the speaker.No matter what I say I have no responsibility in how you choose to perceive or interpret it, that's all on you, not me.

2. Believing you have any part in anyones happiness but your own is a fallacy of the highest order. Your own happiness and mental state is the only thing you truly have the power to effect any amount of change to. Believing otherwise is to believe one has more personal power than is plausible.

The only hinging tenet of the above 2 statements is if one is speaking truth and not with an intention of doing harm intentionally to another with thier words. If your intention is to do such harm then all bets are off (*binladen*)

I have tried for years to always attempt to make my own thoughts as transparent as possible to negate any need for interpretation after the fact, so if you interpret them as different from how they are written please understand you must also accept all responsibility for any such interpretations drinking
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BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 14, 2012 05:19PM

I am more intelligent and attentive than you think I am. Doesn't matter. None of that is not over my head at all. I understand mental projection and perception very well, thank you.

I respectfully differ on #2 in this regard; One can indeed influence the level of another's happiness by purposefully not causing them unhappiness (not increasing their unhappiness) and by doing things that do make them happy. In turn the happier person is more likely to treat me nicely, which makes me happier. People do have what influence over each others emotions they allow between themselves. This a relationship.

You final statement summarizes and in this I agree, however I must offer my well intentioned criticism that your choices of words and vernacular and style are not always as clear and concise as you might imagine.
pro_junior Report This Comment
Date: October 15, 2012 03:23AM

I pooped twice yesterday.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: October 15, 2012 08:28AM

In the case of the hardline radicals and the middle east, the radicals and terrorists do not wear uniforms or sighs distinguishing themselves from peaceful moderates so therefor they all look alike until some start killing us. Not having this distinguishing feature can only make us lump them all in one category and waiting until some start killing is just plain stupid. Not having a clear cut enemy in their culture puts all on the line and seems pretty understandable to me. I cannot make friends with someone if I think he may shove a knife in my back once it's turned.
quasi Report This Comment
Date: October 15, 2012 09:55AM

And perhaps the peaceful moderates have begun to figure out that's why westerners are lumping them all together and are starting to really do something about it.
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 15, 2012 10:08AM

I do understand that challenge JG and I don't dismiss it as a valid concern but we shouldn't let it make us think and say things about them ALL being bad automatically and that's the kind of stuff I've been reading here and it troubles me.



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jgoins Report This Comment
Date: October 16, 2012 07:06AM

Until the good ones find a way to clearly separate themselves from the bad ones then one bad apple does spoil the barrel.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: October 16, 2012 07:09AM

Quasi. maybe the good one should start pointing out the bad ones.
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 16, 2012 10:27AM

I think they already are and have been trying to. Sometimes they get into the news too. That's what this picture is all about.

Sometimes someone's little girl gets shot in the head for it too.



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jgoins Report This Comment
Date: October 17, 2012 06:43AM

I really think you are seeing what you want to see over there instead of what is really happening. Only time will tell if there really are enough in the middle east who want the radicals gone to get the job done. Hopefully we want be attacked again while we wait.
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 17, 2012 08:39AM

I think the same thing about you and I've said the almost exactly the same thing; time will tell. At least I have hope. That is how my mind works. I'm sorry that part in your brain is busted.

Now as far as negotiating with people like the Taliban I'm with you and Dallas Corbin on that shit.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 17, 2012 10:07AM

inside every pessimist is a disgruntled optimist.
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 17, 2012 11:11AM

Heheh. That actually makes some sense Digger and I can actually relate to it even though I am probably considered an optimist. It's not easy thinking positive sometimes but I try to anyway. I like to believe there is hope for humanity yet. I know to some of you that seems like the rose colored glasses thing and maybe it is, I don't know, it's just how I am wired I guess. even when I get really disgruntled about things I still come back to well maybe there is hope after all.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 17, 2012 11:26AM

credit that one to George Carlin
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 17, 2012 11:27AM

The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants.
Thomas Jefferson
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 17, 2012 11:28AM

The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing.
Socrates
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 17, 2012 11:29AM

Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 17, 2012 11:47AM

I thought that one sounded familiar, Quote Master. George Carlin was pretty insightful and still managed to retain his sense of humor. The other quotes are appreciated as well.
quasi Report This Comment
Date: October 18, 2012 05:51AM

[news.yahoo.com]
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: October 18, 2012 07:39AM

Not even the mafia would murder a child, but it happens in the middle east all the time.
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 18, 2012 09:34AM

The mafia statement is completely false. They have certainly killed children even if it is not that often.

Aside from that about 100 children are murdered in the US every year, usually by someone in their own family.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 18, 2012 09:51AM

other children being murdered do not make it right. i can't believe you said that. (*facepalm*)
and yes, i know you didn't say that word for word, so don't bother weasel cockin' out of it.

how many excuses for radical Islam are you prepared to present? HOLY SHIT!! (*finger*)



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BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 18, 2012 12:27PM

I'm not playing along Skidmore. I know what I said. Go try to start an argument with someone else.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 18, 2012 01:02PM

i said NO weasel cockin'.
quasi Report This Comment
Date: October 18, 2012 01:18PM

Some people always hope for the best.
Some people always expect the worst.
Some people always hope for the best but plan for the worst.
They're all here.
pro_junior Report This Comment
Date: October 18, 2012 01:24PM

some men just want to watch the world burn
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 18, 2012 02:00PM

that sure would weed out some that need weeding.
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 18, 2012 02:12PM

"All hail the mighty Fossil_Digger!"

I don't give a shit what stupid pretend rules you try to lay on me, so a big (*finger*) right back at you. You don't own this site so fuck off. I say what I want to here (so far, no one has blocked me yet), at least most of what I say makes some sense, unlike you. It's not my fault you're too stupid/lazy to figure out some basic things even when they are put into plain language.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 18, 2012 02:31PM

*another weasel cock ticket for you*
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 18, 2012 08:51PM

All I did was state a couple of facts that expose JG's statement as the bullshit that it is. What's the matter, only like the facts when they suit you?
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 18, 2012 09:22PM

no, you stated your opinion and hopes for them to be facts
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 18, 2012 10:47PM

No, you're wrong. It is a fact that the mafia has killed children before and that on average 100 children are murdered in USA every year. That is not an opinion.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: October 19, 2012 07:26AM

But there is a difference, killing children is not allowed in this country. It does seem to be allowed in the Koran and in the middle east since parents killing their kids and their wives don't seem to be prosecuted much if at all.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 19, 2012 09:41AM

so if that's a fact, there must be some proof you could present.
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 19, 2012 10:24AM

If you were as interested in it as you appear to be interested in lambasting me you'd have looked it up for yourself by now.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 19, 2012 10:30AM

that's a harry Reid debate tactic....you made the comment, it's up to you to prove it, not me.
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 19, 2012 11:27AM

why should I? You never back up your claims with any evidence that I've noticed. You probably won't bother to read them anyway. But since I'm such a nice guy, you can start here...

In 2008, there were 1,494 child (under 18 years) homicides in the United States.
[en.wikipedia.org]

Child prostitution and murder by mafia:
[www.cnn.com]

I couldn't find the source of the stats again that I found before about the average of 100 kids murdered in the US per year but wiki article shows it is much worse than that.

In the future do your own fucking homework and start backing up YOUR claims for a change.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 19, 2012 12:21PM

i know it's true, i just wanted to waste some more of your time. smiling
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BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 19, 2012 12:37PM

(*finger*)
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 19, 2012 12:54PM

the finger
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BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 19, 2012 12:58PM

I knew that fossil dickwad. I chose to do so for other reasons than satisfying your humongous ego. I know it's hard for you to comprehend that but it's true.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 19, 2012 01:15PM

handjob
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 19, 2012 04:44PM

JG, I know what you mean about the crimes being allowed but it really does look that situation is starting to change. The bastards that do the horrible crimes against humanity are starting to be caught more often.

I admit that I have a compassionate streak a mile wide but that is how I am. I do my best to temper it with an attitude of justice and I definitely believe that if you do the crime then you do the time. One way or another. Karma ultimately balances. I get disappointed every day by the news but I can't make myself not have hope so I try to accentuate the positive in spite of the in-our-face news/propaganda and look for positive changes. They do and are happening. even if it's just one guy holding up a piece of paper like this picture. I believe in that.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 19, 2012 05:01PM

how do you know it wasn't PS'd?

the spelling was by a kindergarten kid. (*facepalm*)



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BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 19, 2012 05:25PM

I don't. It could be p'shopped but I doubt it. Even if so it doesn't matter, someone cared enough to make it look that way. Do you think it's another conspiracy? OMG! LOL! Yeah, Al Qaida did it! or the Muslim Brotherhood! Or the Taliban. Or the CIA! Or Fox Mulder! Section is feeding us misleading information!

Don't assume some guy in Libya knows much past kindergarten English and that is probably a hell of a lot more than any Arabic you or I know. I don't think that spelling counts in this case. Besides he's not the only one, just a pictorial example. It symbolizes something that I believe in.



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fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 19, 2012 05:42PM

it doesn't matter? then you point doesn't matter either then. (*facepalm*)smiling
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BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 19, 2012 05:50PM

Typical F_D style straw grasping. Your English language skills aren't much better than the guy with sign, if not actually worse, especially regarding reading comprehension.

If you ever did attempt to actually make a point then I am almost certain that it wouldn't matter to anyone besides you.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 19, 2012 06:11PM

what is the point in making a point?
do you feel the need for me to impress you in some way?
should i dazzle you with vocabulary? would that make you feel better?
maybe i should..........keep laughing at you, it seems to work the best. smiling
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jgoins Report This Comment
Date: October 20, 2012 07:19AM

Why would it matter if the middle east changes or not, they will never attack me as Arkansas isn't important enough to attack much less this little town I live in. I am not concerned about them changing but if too many people think they are changing and they don't then there could be another 9/11 in our future because we will become complacent and allow it to sneak up on us.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 20, 2012 09:39AM

WOLVERINES!!
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 20, 2012 11:02AM

JG; It matters to a lot of people including me. I think you look for excuses to justify your prejudice. People do that. I do much the same. I look for justification for my beliefs too.

Skidmore; Keep up the good work, clown

BTW, in case you don't recall, you told me to provide proof of my points. I did. Now you are saying making points is pointless. "Just how retarded are you?"



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jgoins Report This Comment
Date: October 21, 2012 07:18AM

It's not an excuse, I just don't trust them. There easy belief in their religion combined with very little freedom in their countries seems to make them easy to subvert to radicals and easy targets for brain washing. The same could be said for any religion but it makes it harder (not impossible just harder) to subvert people who live in a free country. When religion controls countries that is when they have problems as well. Also complacency is when people get killed. It's like when you ride a motorcycle and you get too used to it, you get complacent and careless then you have a wreck. We should never become complacent and relax our security. I am never complacent even in my everyday life, I am always aware of things around me regardless of what I am doing or where I am.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 21, 2012 09:31AM

i also said that no link from the internet was proof of anything.
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 21, 2012 10:00AM

So what Digger? Neither does copy and pasting from links. It doesn't matter what I or anyone else could possibly supply you with you would never consider any of it as valid anyway because it doesn't fit into your notions and opinions.

JG, there is grey area between excuses and reasons.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 21, 2012 10:22AM

not true, you might stumble upon a worthy site some day, but i'm not holdin' my breathe. eye popping
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BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 21, 2012 10:27AM

You contradict yourself. You're right about one thing though, trying to make a point to you is pointless.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 21, 2012 10:45AM

now you're catchin' on. (*facepalm*)
damn you're slow! (taunt)
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: October 22, 2012 08:11AM

Any excuse is for when you do something wrong and a reason is why you did something right. Seems clear cut and black and white to me.
GAK67 Report This Comment
Date: October 22, 2012 04:14PM

Look up some definitions in a dictionary rather than just base it on your own ideas of what it means and you'll get a different picture:

A reason is WHY you do something, ie. a cause or an explanation.

An excuse is JUSTIFICATION for an action.

It has nothing to do with whether it is right or wrong.
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 22, 2012 10:24PM

Some of these guys are incapable being educated GAK.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 22, 2012 10:51PM

it's funny that you think it's your job to educate anybody. smiling
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BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 22, 2012 11:27PM

No it's not funny at all, it is actually pretty serious if you bothered to think about it. Yes it is my responsibility to tell the truth and do what I can to educate others who I come in contact with who need it. It isn't some kind of ego game, so probably not something you would comprehend, but it is a real necessity. There is a great vacuum of ignorance in the world and it naturally draws truth out of those with knowledge. It is the responsibility of those who know truth to educate those who do not.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 22, 2012 11:39PM

whatever makes you feel superior......handjob
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 23, 2012 12:28AM

It is the path of the Bodhisattva. It has nothing to do with feeling or wanting to be superior at all. On the contrary, it is compassion and the desire to help all sentient beings attain enlightenment.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: October 23, 2012 06:51AM

Enlightenment is only obtained through self discovery.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 23, 2012 10:09AM

Goins got you again. this time at your own game. tongue
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BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 23, 2012 10:38AM

Nope. Sorry.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 23, 2012 10:56AM

uh huh infinity
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 23, 2012 12:31PM

Enlightenment is not obtained, it is attained. It isn't a tangible object, it is a realization. The notion of self is initially an obstacle in the path toward enlightenment until such awareness is achieved to be able view it as a vehicle. It is not a matter of self discovery. It is a process of realizing the insignificance and ultimate illusory nature of self.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 23, 2012 12:36PM

A man is but the product of his thoughts what he thinks, he becomes.
Mahatma Gandhi
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: October 24, 2012 07:16AM

sorry I used the wrong word but the right idea.

I like the person I am would love to meet more of me.
BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 24, 2012 10:06AM

I'm sorry but the idea is wrong JG. I'm glad that you like yourself. There is no reason to despise the ego but there is reason to see it for what it truly is and is not.

BTW, Skidmore, Gandhi was quoting Sakyamuni Buddha and it is taken out of context. Yes we "become" what we habitually think and the point Buddha was making is if we habitually think wrong then our illusion of self becomes even more wrong as a result. The concept of a "self" is wrong anyway, it just compounds the problem, which is that we believe in a "self" to be reality in the first place.



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fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 24, 2012 01:47PM

smiling
bouncing smiley why did i know you would say that? smiling
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BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 24, 2012 06:08PM

Because you aren't entirely stupid, you just play a stupid guy on the internet.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 24, 2012 06:18PM

Change does not roll in on the wheels of inevitability, but comes through continuous struggle. And so we must straighten our backs and work for our freedom. A man can't ride you unless your back is bent.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
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BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 24, 2012 09:45PM

"You can live with dignity; you can't die with it!"
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 24, 2012 11:05PM

Hope in reality is the worst of all evils because it prolongs the torments of man.
Friedrich Nietzsche

One often contradicts an opinion when what is uncongenial is really the tone in which it was conveyed.



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jgoins Report This Comment
Date: October 25, 2012 07:42AM

Live long and prosper.
Spock \\//



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BlahX3 Report This Comment
Date: October 25, 2012 02:10PM

That quote I put last was from House BTW and just for fun smiling
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jgoins Report This Comment
Date: October 26, 2012 08:18AM

Rule #18: It's better to seek forgiveness than ask permission.

Leroy Jethro Gibbs
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: October 26, 2012 09:09AM

rule #3: double tap

correction: that's rule #2 (it's on FX right now). (*facepalm*)



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jgoins Report This Comment
Date: October 27, 2012 06:46AM

I always double tap.