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  • [-1] July 25, 2016 at 5:20pm

    Lots of gay people claim that they can turn straight people gay. Many gay men see seducing a straight guy as the ultimate accomplishment. And many straight men engage in homosexuality for money in the porn industry. Many straight men engage in homosexuality in prison. Sexuality is not set in stone any more than your food preferences are set in stone. You can develop a taste for something, or a distaste for something.

    Even the most far left-wing psychologists and LGBT rights groups admit that sexuality is fluid. Fluid means it can change. What is attractive to you as a child or teenager isn’t necessarily attractive as you grow older. In fact, that’s a dangerous thing to hang on to static sexual desires. It’s why you end up with dirty old men and pedophiles who are attracted to children and teenagers. Their sexuality and sexual preferences never changed with time, and they get stuck in having the same attractions as they had when they were 12 years old.

    Everybody has a religious dogma. Honest people admit to having one. Dishonest or delusional people deny having one.

    Also, why is sexuality sacred to you? If a certain kind of sexuality is scientifically evidenced that it destroys your life or puts you at very high risk of getting killed, why don’t I have a moral right to try and change that? If you see someone walking directly into traffic, only a sociopath or a heartless bastard would just let somebody get run over. At some point, morality demands you stop them.

  • [1] July 25, 2016 at 3:36pm

    I’m sorry, did you just make the argument that we ended up with a choice between Trump or Clinton because lots of people enjoy seek-and-find games?

    It’s rare to come across something this logically incoherent as the top comment on TheBlaze. There is no rational link between “human beings enjoy fun games” and “Trump or Clinton For President”. It’s absurd. If ANYTHING, it proves that people like you, who are obsessed with politics, have taken this whole election way too seriously, and you just need to lighten up. Maybe go outside, get some fresh air, let go of your political obsession, and you know, maybe catch a pokemon while you’re out there.

  • [3] July 25, 2016 at 3:27pm

    You don’t understand the issue because you seem to have missed the point, or are choosing to be ignorant because it would contradict your strongly held faith in sexuality.

    Christianity overall has been given a negative image, not because of groups like the Liberty Counsel, but because of Jesus Christ. From the very beginning, people have hated Christianity because of Christ and the Word of God. It’s not like this is new to Christianity. Every generation has some gaggle of losers trying to kill God, revise the Bible, and re-invent the wheel. This generation is no different.

    I’m not an expert on gay marriage or homosexuality, but I do know several people who are. Many of the most knowledgeable gay men I know tell me that gay marriage is a fad and a fetish. It’s not even something that the majority of gay men or lesbians support. One of the main appeals of homosexuality is the promiscuity and the polygamy. Why would somebody, whose entire identity is wrapped up in their sexuality, desire something that strips them of their sexuality and makes them into an old married couple?

    Christianity is against homosexuality, period. Whether or not Christians agree with that is entirely their choice. Christians often disagree with Christ, but they always end up being in the wrong. There were Christians who supported slavery too. Doesn’t mean they were right about it.

    I will caution people against sin by use of words and love, but not by use of government or tyranny.

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  • July 25, 2016 at 3:09pm

    States also banned same-sex marriage. I don’t think you want to go into the argument that if something is illegal then it must be bad. You’ll defeat yourself.

  • [-1] July 25, 2016 at 3:08pm

    Eh, okay, then wouldn’t that mean that ALL therapy directed towards children is child abuse? I mean, if you cannot take a kid to therapy about sexual issues, then what gives you the right to take a child to therapy regarding any other kinds of mental issues?

    I’m not a fan of therapy, period, but calling it “abuse” is a little extreme, don’t you think?

    Also, what about in cases of adults? I mean, if people are free to undergo sex-change operations, why not sexuality-change therapy? Even if you make the argument that conversion therapy doesn’t work, that same logic applies to gender reassignment surgery and hormone therapies. They don’t ACTUALLY work. They don’t ACTUALLY change your gender. So why is one of these okay, and the others not?

    There have been a lot of studies showing that homosexuality is causally linked to both physical and psychological diseases. Higher rates of suicide and depression, astronomical rates of STDs, and among lesbians the rate of spousal and domestic abuse is significantly higher than any other group in civilized society.

    You could very easily make the argument that NOT seeking therapy for children who are at increased risk of diseases and abuse is actually a type of neglect. I mean, if you knew that your kid was engaging in behavior that was going to destroy their lives and get them in trouble, shouldn’t therapy at the very least be an option?

    Religion is the best-kept secret in psychiatry. Why not use it to benefit people?

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  • July 15, 2016 at 5:49pm

    I’m not offended, just thoroughly confused. I mean, you seem to have been offended by the cartoon, because it was not “adult” enough for you, which is a complaint that only kids and idiot teenagers seem to have. I’ve never met a grown adult who complains about child-like humor. Just teenagers who want to be taken seriously, and act all grown-up.

    I’m not offended. I have absolutely nothing against you. I’m just trying to interpret what I’m seeing from you. And what I’m seeing from you is a stunted development. I don’t really care if you think that a cartoon is inappropriate or not. You have voiced your opinion, and I analyzed your opinion and responded to it. It was not offense, it was just my thoughts on the matter based on the evidence before me. Also, this is not a long, convoluted reply. I didn’t even hit the character limit on the post.

    And no, the last part was not a reference to scripture, it was paraphrasing the writer C.S. Lewis who said that angry bitter cynical people used to tell him that reading fairy tales was childish and not grown-up enough. He found out later in life that they were wrong, that children’s stories were far more insightful than almost all the famous “grown-up” tales written by famous authors. C.S. Lewis was referring to scripture. I was referring to C.S. Lewis.

    I’m sorry you got butt-hurt over my cartoon post. That must be hard for you. Maybe you can go cry yourself a river, build yourself a bridge, and then get the !@#$ over it? :D

  • [4] July 15, 2016 at 5:35pm

    My grandpa bought me a bottle of scotch for my 1st birthday, so that when I turned 21, we could drink a fine 20 year old scotch together. When I was a little bit older, my parents let me have it and I kept it in a dark case on my shelf. As a child, I owned a bottle of scotch for 20 years before I was old enough to purchase it.

    Ownership and purchase don’t mean the same thing.

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  • [2] July 15, 2016 at 12:55pm

    Well, the facts aren’t in yet. They’re making wild accusations. So far they have heard of nobody getting shot, no shooting victims, and one of their theories is that he was shooting the gun to attract the attention of cops.

    So the possibilities are 1) suicide by cop, 2) racist who hates white people and cops, 3) mentally insane person.

    It doesn’t even say whether or not the shooter legally owned and purchased the firearm, regardless of what “style” it might be. I can’t believe this is considered Journalism.

  • [1] July 14, 2016 at 10:47am


    No, I’m not a child. You’ll have to get your pedophile jollies someplace else. Sorry.

  • July 14, 2016 at 10:41am

    This is an adult site? Since when? The vast majority of things said and done on this site are indicative of a group of adolescents, including your comment here.

    Do you have something against children, or young people? I don’t. I’m capable of recognizing truth regardless of whether it comes from a 90 year old man or a 4 year old child. I also have a sense of humor. These are things you clearly lack in your own life, and for that I am sorry.

    It also disturbs me to see that you are so worshipful of “adult” things, like this “adult site”, merely for being “adult”. I mean, that’s something that kids and teenagers do. They admire the adult for being adult, because small things ought to want to grow. But to carry on into adolescence or even into your 20s with this admiration for adulthood, it’s a sign of an arrested or stunted development.

    I would have been ashamed to watch cartoons or read fairy tales as a young teen. But now that I’m almost 30, I watch cartoons and read fairy tales openly, and encourage others to do the same. When I was a child, I thought as a child. I disdained childishness and admired adult things. But when I became a man, I put away those childish things: including the desire to be very “adult”.

    Perhaps it’s time you did so as well.

  • [45] July 13, 2016 at 4:51pm

    Yup. Just like how Dinesh D’Souza was told by the judge at his trial that he needed psychological counseling because he gave too much money to his friend’s political campaign.

    Apparently giving too much charity and disagreeing with black people are now reasons to need psychological counseling. The perverts, socialists, liars, manipulators, and people with legitimate mental diseases? They’re totally fine and normal and suggesting that they need counseling makes you a racist for even thinking such things!

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  • [3] July 13, 2016 at 4:16pm

    All I can say is “Welcome to the club, dude.”

  • [9] July 13, 2016 at 1:22pm

    My forehead has a red spot from all the times I’ve facepalmed this week reading the news about these idiots and their protests. But this group fails so hard that they finally earned themselves the coveted 49-Tuple Facepalm Award.


  • [1] July 13, 2016 at 1:12pm


    “Peeping Toms are punished with death! That’s what the Constitution says!”

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  • [69] July 13, 2016 at 1:05pm

    I didn’t even know how to flip somebody off until I was a teenager. What kind of parents does this kid have? O_o

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  • [2] July 13, 2016 at 11:06am

    Yes. A man was killed. People die every day. Get used to it.

    I’m sorry if that seems like I have no sympathy. I have nothing BUT sympathy. There just doesn’t seem to be any reason to demonize an honest police officer who may not have done anything wrong other than mis-judge the situation.

  • July 13, 2016 at 10:54am

    I apologize. I was using “Prohibition” the way that it is always used when it is capitalized. When you capitalize the word, you are talking about the constitutional amendment that made alcoholic beverages illegal.

    So yes, “Prohibition” has not existed in over 80 years. Prohibition does NOT continue to this day. It was defeated in the 1930s and overturned by a new amendment to the United States Constitution.

    Marijuana is legal in Colorado. If you want it that bad, you can move. Nobody is stopping you.

    Yes, K2 is synthetic “weed”, but again, it is legal. There is no law prohibiting it. That means people can use it and end up like these zombies. If regular “weed” were legal, you’d see the same thing happening to them. This is what marijuana does to people, be it synthetic or all natural. It makes people high. That’s what you are seeing here.

    There is no trolling going on. This is just the reality. Not facing reality is the hallmark of all liberal douchebaggery. You shouldn’t use words like Prohibition if you don’t know what they mean. This isn’t the Frankfurt School. You don’t get to invent or expand definitions of words just because you want to.

  • July 13, 2016 at 10:32am

    Software Architecture may pay well, but it’s ridiculously competitive, on par with being an actor in Los Angeles. The vast majority of people who have degrees in this field never get a job doing what they were trained to do.

  • July 13, 2016 at 10:29am

    Everything is fine. They all just got back from a relaxing vacation to Lake Laogai. This is New York City. Everybody here is safe.

  • [2] July 13, 2016 at 10:19am

    Yup. New York City government is like those super creepy government people from Ba Sing Se in Avatar: The Last Airbender.

    “I am Joo Dee. Welcome to New York City. Everybody is happy here. There is no war within the walls.”

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