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  • [9] February 8, 2016 at 5:25pm

    Believe it or not, most of us don’t actually care what Trump says. He rarely says anything worth listening to, let alone worth repeating.

  • February 8, 2016 at 5:21pm

    I understand that. I am clearly not comparing cancer to growing up as a lesbian. I’m comparing the GAMES to each other. They both operate on the same mechanic: you’re watching a story like a movie unfold, only you have control of the camera angle. That’s it.

    It has nothing to do with lesbians or cancer or watching somebody pop zits on their face. The point is that these are not games purely from a technical standpoint. They are computer generated movies with adjustable camera angles. They are not games.

    If you could move a camera around Toy Story and control which angle you watched the movie from, that would be the exact same thing as this “game” as far as technical definitions go.

  • [4] February 8, 2016 at 5:16pm

    But circumcision is also a 3,500 year old Jewish religious ceremony. It’s not just “health benefits”. The health benefits are real, but when somebody is arguing against something like this, it reeks of racism and Jew-hating.

  • [1] February 8, 2016 at 5:11pm


    The amount of data and research on this topic is astronomical. I don’t know if you are willing to invest that kind of time and energy into this topic, or whether you would even actually look into the sources I give. So I will simply give you this. It is a link to a YouTube video explaining the horrifying correlations between sexual promiscuity and divorce, depression, poverty, and so on.

    The video maker is an atheist, he has no religious beliefs on this topic at all. He’s just taking the scientific data and looking at it from an objective standpoint. Again, this topic is ENORMOUS and the body of data is something that takes weeks or months to go through. But he does a very good job summing up the findings and reporting on them.

    And again, the stuff about Lena Dunham comes from her own book. If you don’t think Lena Dunham is just as evil as Josh Duggar, all you have to do is read her book and replace Lena with Leroy. Replace Lena with a boy who does the same things to a little sister. Because from the looks of things, you seem to think it’s okay for a lesbian to molest her little sister, but a straight male doing the same things is somehow disgusting and vile. I would argue they are equally disgusting, only Josh Duggar has actually sought out therapy for his evil, while Lena Dunham continues on without even a hint at feeling guilty for molesting her little sister.

  • [2] February 8, 2016 at 5:02pm

    No, I didn’t get my information on homosexuality and psychology from Lena Dunham’s book. I got it from the American Psychological Association, EBSCO databases, JSTOR, and so on.

    I am not your teacher or your college professor. You don’t have to listen to anything I say, and you don’t have to believe anything I say. I’m glad to share my scholar database sources with you if you ask politely, but I don’t negotiate with lunatics or monsters. So you’ll have to change your attitude and behavior if you want to discuss this like rational adults. If you continue behaving like a spoiled brat who throws temper tantrums, that’s how I will treat you.

    I am not in the business of trying to convert you to believe anything you don’t want to believe. That’s up to you, whether you want to know the truth about homosexuality and things of that nature. Most people don’t. They prefer to look at the world as they prefer to see it, rather than how it actually is. You are clearly one of those people, so if you don’t like what I have to say, by all means, ignore me.

    The only thing that isn’t verified as a legitimate source is the Lena Dunham book. And since I drew these conclusions on my own simply by reading her book, there’s no way for you to claim that the book was somehow turned “dirty” by people’s dirty minds.

    There’s an easy way to see how evil Lena Dunham is: simply replace Lena Dunham in her book with a guy. Call him Leroy Dunham. And then read what Leroy did to HIS sister.

  • [1] February 8, 2016 at 4:49pm


    You don’t seem to understand the concept of “power” very well. Being all-powerful doesn’t allow you to draw a triangle that has 5 sides. No amount of power can do that, because it’s logically insane, it makes no sense. So even the creator of the universe cannot draw a triangle that has 5 sides.

    There are many things that God cannot do, but these things are by his own choice and his own will. God promised that He will not deceive. He will never flood the earth again. He will never change. He will never force his will upon others. Things like that. God limits his own omnipotence by his free will and choices.

    And as I mentioned, He will never force his will upon others. So even if God wants to forgive somebody, He is bound by His own love for people to not force them to love Him in return. So if somebody rejects God, and refuses to repent, God cannot forgive them, even if God wants to. Human beings have to choose to love God and choose to repent for their sins before God can forgive them.

  • February 8, 2016 at 4:36pm

    And you can do the math yourself. Josh Duggar is 27 right now in 2016. His parents filed the police report in 2002 and that was the last time he engaged in that kind of behavior with his sisters. So at most, he couldn’t have been over 14.

  • [1] February 8, 2016 at 4:35pm

    I’m sorry, how does a 13-14 year old boy somehow classify as a “pedophile”? He was a child when he molested his sisters. And then he told his parents about it. And then they called the cops. You can go read the police report.

    He went to therapy, he’s been fighting against these kinds of problems his entire life. But he’s NOT a pedophile. A 13 year old groping other children is not pedophilia. And he doesn’t seem to have any interest in young girls, now that he’s not a 13 year old anymore. The women that he allegedly cheated with were all older than him.

  • [2] February 8, 2016 at 4:31pm

    I got my “bogus studies and such” from Lena Dunham’s own autobiography about her life. She did more than “look at” her sister’s private parts. She made claims that she would play around with her sister’s vagina and find stuff that her little sister had put inside for Lena to find.

    She also said she would bribe her little sister to kiss her on the mouth, sit on her crotch, and would masturbate in bed while her sister’s “sweaty muscly body” was up against her.

    She admitted in the book, in her own words, that she did this stuff for sexual gratification and was using the tricks of a child predator on her little sister, even as old as age 17.

    If these are all lies, then that doesn’t make me a liar. That makes Lena Dunham a liar. Because she’s the one who came up with this stuff. I’m just paraphrasing her book.

  • February 8, 2016 at 4:23pm

    I don’t like this for the same reason I don’t like movies about the same sort of topic. There is enough evil and suffering in the real world. You don’t need to create fictional worlds full of it as well.

  • February 8, 2016 at 4:21pm

    Yeah, there are so many of these out right now that people had to invent a special category for them called “Not A Game”.

  • February 8, 2016 at 4:20pm

    Most people who know anything about video games would NOT call this a game. In fact, there is an entire category for things like this. The category is called “Not A Game”. A group of feminists came up with a similar so-called “video game” about growing up as a lesbian, where all you do is steer the camera and set the pace of the story being told. That is the technical reason why it’s not a game.

    As for the entertainment, artistry, and humanities aspects, the reason it’s not a game is simply this: cancer is not a game. It’s not an experience. It’s not something you relate to. This would be the equivalent of putting a tumor on display in an art museum. It’s not art. Just because you think it is, that doesn’t mean it is.

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  • [5] February 8, 2016 at 3:54pm

    “That which you have done for the least of these, you have done unto me.”
    -Jesus Christ

  • [3] February 8, 2016 at 3:39pm

    I think he means send ALL women who make these false claims to jail, not just a select few who are the most extreme cases. And I have looked up cases like this. They almost always involve other things like violence, stalking, property damage, and so on. And the jail sentence is never even in the ballpark of what a man would go to jail for if he is falsely convicted of rape.

  • [3] February 8, 2016 at 3:37pm

    Since when is 13 years old considered an adult? That’s how old Duggar was when he told his parents about it and they filed a police report about it. That is presumably the last time it happened as well, because he started going to therapy and was watched more carefully after that.

    But seriously, you think 13 years old is “adult”? Are you insane?

  • [2] February 8, 2016 at 3:32pm


    I cannot for the life of me figure out why Josh Duggar, who went to therapy for years to overcome these kinds of problems in his life, gets “crucified” as you put it, while Lena Dunham has done the EXACT same thing and the people who hate Duggar will praise Dunham.

    Also, statistically speaking, at least half of all homosexuals in America admit anonymously in surveys that they have experimented with sexuality on siblings, friends, and family members at a young age. It seems to be pretty common among all people who are sexualized at a young age, but is especially prevalent in homosexuals. This is often linked to high rates of depression and suicide as well, again with higher than average rates in people identifying as gay or lesbian.

    So I don’t see how anybody can celebrate homosexuality (which is plagued with this same exact sort of stuff) and then get angry at Josh Duggar. I have met gay men who talked openly about how they groped and molested their brothers or friends as children, and it seems perfectly acceptable as part of growing up gay to most liberals.

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  • [2] February 8, 2016 at 3:22pm

    Exactly. There’s a lot that could have happened. It’s also possible that this actually happened to her, and she just thought the guy that did it to her was Josh Duggar. It’s not like men have never pretended to be somebody famous before in order to get sex.

    So some guy that kinda looks like Josh Duggar could have pretended that’s who he was, and beat up the woman. Or she could have made the whole thing up and figured she could ride the gravy train of his downfall.

    I always find it suspicious when people file money-based lawsuits against celebrities, rather than criminal ones. If a guy beats you up, or rapes you, or something like that, a normal person would seek criminal prosecution against the guy. If she claims that he assaulted her, why wouldn’t you press charges against him? Why sue him?

    Follow the money.

  • [4] February 8, 2016 at 3:17pm

    Yup. Sex outside of marriage is a perilous and dangerous thing. It doesn’t matter if you “diddle your sisters” or just have sex before marriage. It screws you and other people up just the same.

    Statistical studies have shown that simply having sex before marriage, even if the person you have sex with eventually becomes your spouse, increase the odds of you getting a divorce and ruining your life by 800% compared to people who wait until marriage to have sex. If you have sex with someone other than your spouse before marriage, the odds of divorce and ruination are even higher.

    I do understand that he “diddled his sisters” when he was like 14 or 15, but that makes it even worse. The younger you are when you have sex, the more likely your life is going to be ruined by things like divorce and depression.

    The only good thing about all this crap is that he has been honest about it being evil and has sought help. On the contrary, people like Lena Dunham who “diddled HER sister” think there is nothing wrong with it, and have NOT sought help. So at least this guy knows what he did was wrong, and admits that. God can forgive somebody like that.

    But people like Lena Dunham can’t be forgiven by God. He doesn’t have the power to forgive somebody who chooses not to repent or recognize that what they did was wrong.

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  • [233] February 8, 2016 at 1:45pm

    That’s astonishingly scary. The entire list is composed of the following three groups:
    1. Obamacare people.
    2. IRS/Tax People.
    3. Lawyers and Legal Council.

    Not a single military, FBI, or national security adviser on the list. And that’s the only people who should be visiting regularly, since it’s the Executive branch. The IRS and Medical people shouldn’t even be consulting the President. They should be talking to Congress.

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  • [13] February 8, 2016 at 1:39pm

    Yeah. Just to give you an idea of how badly Colbert’s ratings have tanked, he’s losing to Jimmy Fallon, both with about 3-4 million viewers on average.

    But to show you how horrible that is by comparison, the paid cable channel TBS has a late night show with Conan O’Brien, and his show regularly gets 2 million viewers from TV, and another 2-3 million on the internet (something that other late night shows haven’t even attempted). So a cable TV show gets 4-5 million viewers while the two biggest network late-night shows, which are very heavily advertised and FREE to watch, only get 3-4 million viewers.

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