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Spirituality

  1. 02 Nov '10 07:43
    To a certain group of theists and spiritual dudes who post here regularly:

    Dear fringe person,

    Please understand that holding onto some degree of belief in the supernatural, no matter how extreme or unorthodox, is not a license to interpret and post the first bizarre thought that enters your head each day - even if you think it was from god.

    Thank you.
  2. 02 Nov '10 11:19
    Originally posted by divegeester
    To a certain group of theists and spiritual dudes who post here regularly:

    Dear fringe person,

    Please understand that holding onto some degree of belief in the supernatural, no matter how extreme or unorthodox, is not a license to interpret and post the first bizarre thought that enters your head each day - even if you think it was from god.

    Thank you.
    Amen.
  3. 02 Nov '10 14:01 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by divegeester
    To a certain group of theists and spiritual dudes who post here regularly:

    Dear fringe person,

    Please understand that holding onto some degree of belief in the supernatural, no matter how extreme or unorthodox, is not a license to interpret and post the first bizarre thought that enters your head each day - even if you think it was from god.

    Thank you.
    Are you speaking to the Christians who hold Pauline beliefs. "Bizarre" and "extreme" certainly fit, but I don't think "fringe" or "unorthodox" apply. Somehow they manage to convince themselves that their beliefs are "from god" and feel they have a "license to post".
  4. 02 Nov '10 14:04
    Originally posted by divegeester
    To a certain group of theists and spiritual dudes who post here regularly:

    Dear fringe person,

    Please understand that holding onto some degree of belief in the supernatural, no matter how extreme or unorthodox, is not a license to interpret and post the first bizarre thought that enters your head each day - even if you think it was from god.

    Thank you.
    Aqua Buddah!!

    Somebody stop me!!
  5. Standard member Agerg
    The 'edit'or
    02 Nov '10 14:23
    Originally posted by ThinkOfOne
    Are you speaking to the Christians who hold Pauline beliefs. "Bizarre" and "extreme" certainly fit, but I don't think "fringe" or "unorthodox" apply. Somehow they manage to convince themselves that their beliefs are "from god" and feel they have a "license to post".
    I think he was referring to whacko hand fetish, and that *other* geezer

    I might be wrong though
  6. 02 Nov '10 14:33
    Originally posted by Agerg
    I think he was referring to whacko hand fetish, and that *other* geezer

    I might be wrong though
    Sorry, but just who are you talking about?

    Also, the question was a rhetorical device to make a point.
  7. Standard member Agerg
    The 'edit'or
    02 Nov '10 15:56
    Originally posted by ThinkOfOne
    Sorry, but just who are you talking about?

    Also, the question was a rhetorical device to make a point.
    My bad on both counts...whacko hand fetish ~ tacoandlettuce...Couldn't be arsed thinking of one for vishvahetu.
  8. 02 Nov '10 16:20 / 3 edits
    Originally posted by Agerg
    My bad on both counts...whacko hand fetish ~ tacoandlettuce...Couldn't be arsed thinking of one for vishvahetu.
    Taco is a gentleman of the first order, he wants to spread the love and you people cannot handle it because you have iced over your worlds so that perma frost prevails everywhere! here is an illustration for you,

    once upon a time, the wind and the rain and the sun were talking, i bet i can get the man to take off his coat said the wind to the rain, so he blew and blew, but the man gripped his coat tighter and tighter until the wind had to give up, ok its my turn to try said the rain, so he rained and rained as hard as he could, but the man simply pulled his hood over his head and the more it rained, the tighter he gripped, the sun said, you have both failed, let me try and he shone gently until gradually the man, becoming more and more accustomed to the warmth, just had to loosen his overcoat until he could stand the heat no more and off it came,

    and they all lived happily ever after.
  9. 02 Nov '10 23:02
    Originally posted by divegeester
    To a certain group of theists and spiritual dudes who post here regularly:

    Dear fringe person,

    Please understand that holding onto some degree of belief in the supernatural, no matter how extreme or unorthodox, is not a license to interpret and post the first bizarre thought that enters your head each day - even if you think it was from god.

    Thank you.
    And they thought Christ was a nut.
  10. 02 Nov '10 23:17
    Originally posted by tacoandlettuce
    And they thought Christ was a nut.
    Dear fringe person?????

    like what if you don't have a fringe, but a side shed, or a Mohawk, or a skinhead, or dreadlocks, or are baldy?

    are you not allowed to post?
  11. 02 Nov '10 23:43
    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    Dear fringe person?????

    like what if you don't have a fringe, but a side shed, or a Mohawk, or a skinhead, or dreadlocks, or are baldy?

    are you not allowed to post?
    robbie, you're not addressing me, right? But divegeester?

    I was clarifying how they viewed Christ, with his interpretations and their unhearing ears and found him a ravin lunatic.
  12. 02 Nov '10 23:43
    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    Dear fringe person?????

    like what if you don't have a fringe, but a side shed, or a Mohawk, or a skinhead, or dreadlocks, or are baldy?

    are you not allowed to post?
    robbie, you're not addressing me, right? But divegeester?

    I was clarifying how they viewed Christ, with his interpretations and their unhearing ears and found him a ravin lunatic.
  13. 02 Nov '10 23:44 / 1 edit
    special special, time for two two posting

    It somehow posted twice when I had done only once.
  14. 03 Nov '10 00:27
    Originally posted by tacoandlettuce
    robbie, you're not addressing me, right? But divegeester?

    I was clarifying how they viewed Christ, with his interpretations and their unhearing ears and found him a ravin lunatic.
    no dear Taco i am not addressing your good self, dear fringe person is such an odd phrase,
  15. 03 Nov '10 06:30
    Originally posted by tacoandlettuce
    And they thought Christ was a nut.
    Are you suggesting we view you and your posts as a Christ-like or that you are a prophet of some sort?