User Profile: Nabuquduriuzhur

Nabuquduriuzhur

Member Since: December 30, 2012

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  • [1] November 28, 2014 at 6:35pm

    European soccer is violent, and I don’t mean the players. The fans sometimes tear up the grounds at the stadiums, which makes little sense.

  • [1] November 28, 2014 at 6:32pm

    I have no idea what you are talking about.

  • [2] November 28, 2014 at 6:31pm

    Good grief, if I dated someone and she hit me, I’d take her home and never call her again. It’s not OK for anyone to do that, even if our culture gives women a pass for it.

  • [4] November 28, 2014 at 6:29pm

    It won’t hurt my feelings much to see NFL, NBA, and hollywood go broke.

    hollywood is almost there. Fourth year running with less than 10% of movies making money.

    I still don’t understand: why would a man marry someone who attacked him on several occasions? Didn’t he think he might eventually lose his temper and hit back?

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  • November 28, 2014 at 6:23pm

    thank you for reinstating it. The rebuke is rescinded.

  • November 28, 2014 at 6:18pm

    Blaze, that’s twice.

    Moderator: I rebuke you in Jesus’ Name for doing that.

    Until you stop doing that, the rebuke stands.

    It is not appropriate in the least.

  • November 28, 2014 at 6:14pm

    If she had not decided to hit him repeatedly, none of this would have happened.

    We have some weird ideas today that it’s somehow ok for women to hit men. It’s not.

  • November 28, 2014 at 6:12pm

    re: xgp

    I think you didn’t understand what woodeye meant. You just did a “liberal” by claiming “So, if you don’t believe in God, you are a dirtbag, got it.”

    If something is not said by a person, nor similar things said by a person, don’t put words in their mouth that would not be spoken by that person.

  • November 28, 2014 at 6:08pm

    Blaze: don’t “edit” my comments. It shows a lack of good character on your part.

    I put in the phrase “It is very much like kim kardassian doing a gospel program” for a reason. Specifically as an example of what CSN’s action could be likened to.

    I also was quite serious in mentioning that it hurt how people see them with such.

  • November 28, 2014 at 6:04pm

    It may have been because it’s not legal for a woman to attack a man and that aspect didn’t appear to have been considered. It’s of interest that in such cases, despite it being the law, self-defense is generally not allowed, even when the woman repeatedly hits the man before he finally hits back.

  • November 28, 2014 at 6:02pm

    Did that actually happen?

    I’m not aware of such.

    Is it the usual rumor mill or is there something to it?

  • November 28, 2014 at 6:01pm

    Reminds me of the dummies at Southern Oregon U that thought “white city” was named for some sort of discrimination.

    Rather than being named for a Civil War general named White when the original Army camp there was built in WWII.

  • November 28, 2014 at 5:56pm

    Pt 3

    “Throwing off morals is like unlocking the cage of a rabid tiger. The tiger is not going to respect you, just because you opened the door to its cage and let it loose.

    Besides, who is the closest to the tiger? It’s should be hardly surprising that so many atheists so badly mess up their lives, having abandoned all reasons for restraints upon their behavior. Just because one “doesn’t believe” that something is evil to do, doesn’t mean that something intrinsically evil to do isn’t going to hurt a person when they do it. The belief in legalizing street drugs is an example— the corrupting nature of those drugs is not changed from evil to good by simply making drugs legal. (Ask nations like China, Canada and The Netherlands how well legalization went.)

    Nietzsche actually predicted that the 20th Century would be the bloodiest ever seen because man had “killed God”. When you wipe away all reason for the restraint of evil, why not do evil? There is absolutely no reason not to, if there is no God. You live and you die and there is no accountability.

    Without God, ultimately, there is no reason for any moral code of right and wrong.”

  • November 28, 2014 at 5:55pm

    Pt.2

    “The logical extension of atheism is that “anything goes” like Friedrich Nietzsche wrote of. If there is no God and therefore no accountability, you might as well do what you want. That is the real reason that atheists are atheists. Some will try to make this or that argument against religion, but that is ultimately what it comes down to: they want to do what they want to do without any accountability. If there is no God and thus no accountability, there is no basis for any kind of law or restraint upon man’s evil and thus murder, rape, theft, indeed anything at all, is fair game. That is why the ultimate end of atheism is death— mass death— as seen with religions like Socialism (Socialism claims to be atheist) with its quarter billion and more casualties in the 20th Century.

    A peculiarity about atheists is that they want to do what they want to others, but they want others to do good things to them and for them, from obeying the law to being “nice.” This is illogical and hypocritical. You can’t rationally do whatever you want to others and then reasonably expect others to be bound by a goodness that you refuse to be bound by. That is one avenue from which tyranny comes from. If nothing else, if there is no God and thus no accountability, then why should anyone do good to an atheist? If the reasons for standards or restraints upon behavior are thrown off by a culture, it’s everyone who does so, not just the atheist that “throws off the traces.” “

  • November 28, 2014 at 5:54pm

    Actually, J-Mo, I’ve never met a person who called themselves an atheist who didn’t believe in God.

    It’s impossible to hate that which you don’t believe exists.

    A true athiest would not care one way or another. He/she would laugh at all the fools doing this or that religion.

    And yet, you see a vitriolic hatred in self-described atheists, to the point where they have visceral reaction even on hearing the name Jesus.

    In analyzing the matter thoroughly, I wrote this in one of my books:

    “Atheists deny the existence of God and the existence of evil, in order to do those things they innately know to be wrong and in order to rationalize the actual doing of such things to themselves and others. Or at least they try to. The morally wrong activity or activities they like to do that they want to rationalize may not even be much in the way of evil. Trouble is, there is still that conscience, that little voice in their mind, that tells them that they are doing is wrong and it drives them nuts. They don’t like the reminder. The dislike of reminder makes them angry at any reference to God. So, they get mad every time they see a church or someone mentions Jesus Christ.* Eventually it can turn to a visceral hatred of God and and anything Christian. So, they try to eliminate any mention of God, Christians or Jesus Christ, as if if that would actually help them.”

  • November 28, 2014 at 5:50pm

    Not going to see the movie. Too many turkeys of late.

    Just slapping the name “Christian” on a bad movie doesn’t change it’s nature.

    Indeed, I with producers would stop doing that.

    It’s like putting a Jesus fish on a business. Most are NOT Christian businesses. Most are just trying to cash in on the Christian population.

  • November 28, 2014 at 5:45pm

    re:xgp15aI

    I have to agree. I was able to watch about 5 minutes of the original Left Behind before I gave up. Unfortunately, that is typical now.

    Some real turkey movies being pushed. CSN radio last month advertised for a movie that was supposedly Christian, but had Ashley Judd in it. What message does it send to have someone who lives a lifestyle like hers in a “Christian” movie?

    Worse, I wrote CSN about that matter, and got a stupid reply like I would get from an unbeliever about judging.

    I don’t think they know how badly that hurt their credibility. It would be like having someone like kim kardassian doing a gospel series.

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  • November 28, 2014 at 5:40pm

    I really can’t rejoice over satanic attacks. The last two months have been a disaster for health and the symptoms don’t fit a normal illness. It appears to be an attempt to stop a new ministry.

  • November 28, 2014 at 5:38pm

    holiday comes from “holy day”

    There is more than one word translated holy in the new testament, but the basic idea of holy is set apart.

  • November 28, 2014 at 5:26pm

    This is how most ordinary people act. So, why is it that our media, our leaders, and half our businesses are dishonest?

    Take The Blaze. Beck has repeatedly come out against data mining and trackers, and yet the staff here has put so many trackers on each page that code errors are the rule, rather the exception. The only times the pages work right is those rare times the trackers are turned off.

    Consider who pays for the bandwidth that advertisements take up. Users wouldn’t block the ads if they didn’t take up more than 99% of the total bandwidth of a page and make a nuisance of themselves.

    I didn’t start blocking ads until advertisements suddenly stated covering the entire pages a few years ago.

    I wouldn’t put up with the Blaze’s ads if it wasn’t for the content. As it is, it sends a very poor message to have such aggressive advertisement on a site that is supposed to be news for conservatives. It’s also counterproductive.

    Aggressive web page advertisements do what? They turn people off. It’s like the idea of raising the volume on commercials, which causes the viewer to hit “mute”. If you annoy the customer with stupid stuff like that, they don’t respond well.

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