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Old 03-13-2008, 10:16 AM   #886
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What you've described there is a strong atheist. I don't think I could ever be one of those. Weak atheism and agnosticism cross over, though not all weak atheists are agnostics (some are apatheists, some are ignostics, etc.) and I think you could probably make the case that not all agnostics are necessarily weak atheists. But it's getting too late for me to really analyse and articulate this in too much depth!
For some reason I find "apatheists" and "ignostics" to be amusing... never heard those terms before.

Ignostic: Dude, I'm so ignorant. I don't know SQUAT. I can't make any sort of decision about God!
Apatheist: ... Meh.
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am i correct in my recollection that regina o'numb is a little batty, or is it just that i'm associating her with jamila?
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Oh, it'd be a wonderful honour to introduce you to more alcohol! You'll get a hard start by not having Coronas as your preferred beer (it is a sign of Man's failure that the most popular beer internationally is from Mexico rather than central Europe), that drinking rum and coke is a bad, boganesque habit, and that UDLs should be consumed only by adolescent girls.
Corona with a slice of lemon/lime

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the Left Behind series. You should see how my lecturers get when someone mentions those "books", one of them will immediately pull out heaps of scriptures disproving the Rapture and spend the next 45 minutes completely shredding the theory apart. Brilliant, brilliant man.
Oh wow, that sounds like it's made of SuperWin.

Actually, let me tell you a story. This is something few people know, though it's all on the Internet so anybody could've found it out. I, uh, got into Christianity through Left Behind. Two of my friends pushed Christianity onto me when I was depressed (they did take advantage of me, but I believe they had their hearts in the right place), and one thing they gave me to read was Left Behind. I at the time was 13 and knew nothing of Christianity, so I thought that was normal! It wasn't until I was 15 that I actually took to Christianity properly, though. I originally was Axver on the Left Behind Message Board, the first forum I ever used (it closed down in mid-2003, or at least the free forum did).

Within about two months of having the Internet, sitting in on the LBMB, and not to forget Bible reading as well, I realised there was a lot more to Christianity than a bunch of people agreeing on things, and that the Left Behind and all of its theology was spurious garbage with no basis in Scripture. The less said about my introduction to Christianity, the better! I quickly moved onto bigger and better things than baseless pop theology.
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am i correct in my recollection that regina o'numb is a little batty, or is it just that i'm associating her with jamila?
Oh I don't think she i-

Wait.

"Have a Beautiful Day (today, march 13) "

Alright, she's in that same bonkers lot as Jamila.
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dear u2,

please leak some new material so i don't have to read about the edge's rectum t-shirts

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I've bookmarked that to read later... love the classification system!
The best bit is seriously the section on The Law. It pwns anything else on the Internets.
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Oh wow, that sounds like it's made of SuperWin.

Actually, let me tell you a story. This is something few people know, though it's all on the Internet so anybody could've found it out. I, uh, got into Christianity through Left Behind. Two of my friends pushed Christianity onto me when I was depressed (they did take advantage of me, but I believe they had their hearts in the right place), and one thing they gave me to read was Left Behind. I at the time was 13 and knew nothing of Christianity, so I thought that was normal! It wasn't until I was 15 that I actually took to Christianity properly, though. I originally was Axver on the Left Behind Message Board, the first forum I ever used (it closed down in mid-2003, or at least the free forum did).

Within about two months of having the Internet, sitting in on the LBMB, and not to forget Bible reading as well, I realised there was a lot more to Christianity than a bunch of people agreeing on things, and that the Left Behind and all of its theology was spurious garbage with no basis in Scripture. The less said about my introduction to Christianity, the better! I quickly moved onto bigger and better things than baseless pop theology.
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Seeya Maj.!

Was there supposed to be a meet-up on Sunday?
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please leak some new material so i don't have to read about the edge's rectum t-shirts

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Hi Varitek

I'm starting to think about heading out (again)...
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You see, Maj, I think any beer that's so watery and tasteless that a slice of fruit is necessary with it is completely useless, but I'm not fussed with what you drink. Seeya later.

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Oh wow, that sounds like it's made of SuperWin.

Actually, let me tell you a story. This is something few people know, though it's all on the Internet so anybody could've found it out. I, uh, got into Christianity through Left Behind. Two of my friends pushed Christianity onto me when I was depressed (they did take advantage of me, but I believe they had their hearts in the right place), and one thing they gave me to read was Left Behind. I at the time was 13 and knew nothing of Christianity, so I thought that was normal! It wasn't until I was 15 that I actually took to Christianity properly, though. I originally was Axver on the Left Behind Message Board, the first forum I ever used (it closed down in mid-2003, or at least the free forum did).

Within about two months of having the Internet, sitting in on the LBMB, and not to forget Bible reading as well, I realised there was a lot more to Christianity than a bunch of people agreeing on things, and that the Left Behind and all of its theology was spurious garbage with no basis in Scripture. The less said about my introduction to Christianity, the better! I quickly moved onto bigger and better things than baseless pop theology.
I won't judge you, I used to attend youth group and had a hint of Islamophobia. But hey, thank whoever that you're here now, talking with such knowledge about actual theology.
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Oh wow, that sounds like it's made of SuperWin.

Actually, let me tell you a story. This is something few people know, though it's all on the Internet so anybody could've found it out. I, uh, got into Christianity through Left Behind. Two of my friends pushed Christianity onto me when I was depressed (they did take advantage of me, but I believe they had their hearts in the right place), and one thing they gave me to read was Left Behind. I at the time was 13 and knew nothing of Christianity, so I thought that was normal! It wasn't until I was 15 that I actually took to Christianity properly, though. I originally was Axver on the Left Behind Message Board, the first forum I ever used (it closed down in mid-2003, or at least the free forum did).

Within about two months of having the Internet, sitting in on the LBMB, and not to forget Bible reading as well, I realised there was a lot more to Christianity than a bunch of people agreeing on things, and that the Left Behind and all of its theology was spurious garbage with no basis in Scripture. The less said about my introduction to Christianity, the better! I quickly moved onto bigger and better things than baseless pop theology.
Getting into Christianity via Left Behind =

LOL!

Getting out of Left Behind theology into truth =

SUPERWIN!
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Seeya Maj.!

Was there supposed to be a meet-up on Sunday?
I'm not sure! I'll e-mail Melissa tomorrow to see what's happening. Though given how hot it will be ...

Maybe we could at least do something air conditioned? I would like to meet up in some way, get out of the house and all. Mum and Alan went back to the Gold Coast earlier and I'm feeling a bit lonely at home right now.
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Okay, I really should go now. This time, I'm really leaving.

Have a great day, y'all!
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Hi Varitek

I'm starting to think about heading out (again)...
This thread brings the lulz: http://forum.interference.com/t185076.html

I was thinking of an early night, but I'm fucked now.

G'night Maj., in any case! This has been an awesome discussion!
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