I don't care most of the time. I love to philosophically debate actually. It helps me.
I understand that.
I don't care. It's mine, all mine...lol.
What really tickles me is how bent out of shape people get when you don't believe as they do. Whats up with that I always wonder.
What really tickles me is how bent out of shape people get when you don't believe as they do.
Whats up with that I always wonder.
awwwww you fakey fake wonder?
Of course, if others call you out on your outrageous bullshit, they get "bent out of shape". they can't be possibly have eyehurt from reading atrocities to sensibility, can they.
You don't wonder, you just could not control yourself enough to not dig at people who like integrity just for once. Really, I have had it with that rampant celebration of borderline personality crap, Kixs.
Of course I am not just rolling my eyes at this pretentious fake innocence, I am "screaming in a metal bucket" because everyone who does not approve of your rhetorics must be a raging choleric, right?
WTF? This seems so random, but then I don't I pay as much attention to Kix's post as you do, I guess...
I know what u mean they can get really uptight and judge you when you dont beleive in there religious views. They think they no it all there so brain washed and frightened to think for themselves like below lol
Do you mean:
"I know what you mean. They can get really uptight and judge you when you don't believe in their religious views. They think they know it all. They're so brain washed and frightened to think for themselves, like below. LOL" ?
Language is a beautiful thing.
I don't believe in there any more, either.
Come, now Maire,
Quantum Transcendental Wormhole physics has definitively proven There to be real, but Here is an illusion.
Reassurance from strangers, associates, friends, family, lovers, and wives.
A unified "thumbs up" form the most catholic hosts.
Loved by all, blessed by the multitude as I go forward with a song in my heart and the wind in my hair.
I'm just a social guy.
I keep my path to myself in the Real World for the most part because I live in the Bible Belt and you never know how someone is going to react.
I was at a party this weekend, and one of the hosts was a scholar and taught in the Classics Dept of a local private college. She is writing a book on Isis. A co-worker who is Italian (Catholic) was very interested in her book and the three of us were discussing Isis and when the scholar and I agreed that if Christianity hadn't come along the West probably would still be worshipping Isis, the co-worker all but took a step backwards and said, "But I thought Isis was a myth." And we were like, no her worship was a religion to which people were very devoted as she was a very compassionate goddess and one of the first to offer a good life after death, instead of the underworld of the rest of the religions of the Mediterranean Basin. The woman couldn't absorb this, she kept repeating, "But I thought Isis was a myth."
What she was trying to say, but she couldn't get it out and neither I nor the scholar would go there, was that Isis was make-believe but Jesus was real.
So, in my location, it's never a good idea to come out completely, as you never know how the people around you will react. So chances are, many people will NOT approve of my path, so why even bother to seek something I probably won't get?