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Old 11-13-2012, 06:42 PM   #161 (permalink)
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Do you read or just wait to post?

Not my idea. An idea I found interesting. That idea has a context. The rest of the material submitted by the author.

It would be nice to discuss it with you but that's difficult to do if you don't know what you're talking about.

If you want to read that material I'd be happy to discuss the idea pros or cons but if you don't then you're just flaming and post-whoring so I won't respond to any more of your comments.
If you want someone to read a book, why not make a compelling case why it's not just horse manure? Especially when the claims made are so vastly counter to actual genetics? If there was a good argument regarding that, why not summarize it and defend the argument rather than just resorting to condescension and telling people to read the book, an expense and effort none should be expected to make purely on your words and the representation of its argument made here? I'm not made of time and money, I need a better reason than what you've given to take an argument seriously and engage it beyond how you've represented it.

I'm not highly concerned with whether or not you respond. Perhaps it's been enough of a sidetrack to leave it be as it is anyway.
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Just as an aside, i wonder how much science fiction written over the last 100 years is now science fact?
Interesting.
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Well sure, I get your point Dog and I read enough Heinlien to keep myself entertained and Asimov was certainly a visionary. But I'm just not going to spend much of my time reading about genetic cleansing. The whole topic just seems to have lost credibility since the Serbo-Croation war. What I have been enjoying reading is your escapades. You must be having just one hoot of a time.
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Old 11-14-2012, 01:27 AM   #165 (permalink)
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Just as an aside, i wonder how much science fiction written over the last 100 years is now science fact?
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L. Ron Hubbard used to be considered science fiction, but dianetics is now proven to be true. He's a true visionary.
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L. Ron Hubbard used to be considered science fiction, but dianetics is now proven to be true. He's a true visionary.
Not according to wikipedia
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Silverado's quote was only chosen because it is the first. I could've chosen any of them.

I seriously feel disturbed and sorry that any one of us Humans can reach such a fcuked up mental state and just as disturbed that we believe the answer is as simple as killing off the problem. There are so many reasons why this Bloke could've tripped out; I am not willing to judge him. If I lived in France, Netherlands or even England, I can't guarantee I would be as sane as I am now given the fcuked up ways their societies function regarding religious migration (I gather that was one of his main issues), though I doubt I would ever hack a group of campers up with a high powered rifle.

But I am extraordinarily lucky. I have only had minor infringements imposed on my freedom of choice and I don't have to compromise my beliefs or attitudes very much or very often.

I am surprised this kind of thing doesn't happen more frequently given the way society is structured and the way which differing cultures are forced to understand each other immediately, nor with any real support.
Iagree with You on alot of things. But not with this.
after killing that many people. the man should not be alive to bi-ch about anything. Death by a thousand cuts come to mind for that crime. cutting his head off with one cut would be too kind..77 lives gone+ all there love one and friends will have to live with his choice!
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here is the way that I have to look at this guy.
If he killed everyone in your family which equaled 77 people.
Mother,Father,Grandma.GrandPa,Brothers,Sisters,Wif e,husband,Sons,Daughters,cousions,ect,ect.
what would You do?
What would You Do?
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