Quote# 31595

[Originally Posted by EnemyPartyII:
doing it the way you call God's way sounds like brainwashing... and by "brings much success" I think you mean "produces people incapable of original thought or questions" ]

Hardly. It produces kids with questions that are answerable!

[Originally posted by EnemyPartyII:
Funny, thats what the Hindus say. ]

Well of course they are wrong.

Floating Axe, Foru.ms 27 Comments [11/25/2007 2:38:14 PM]
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Submitted By: EnemyPartyII

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So they're wrong and you're right even though you both have the same statement? Okay...

11/25/2007 2:43:18 PM


And FA goes running into the backyard going "Nya nya nya".

11/25/2007 2:47:14 PM


How mature... -_-

11/25/2007 3:02:10 PM


I think the scariest thing about all this is the fact that she doesn't even see the ridiculous hypocrisy in it.

11/25/2007 3:04:52 PM


Please tell me this retard isn't really Canadian?!
Her posts are full of fail. Other posters try to point out that she is being a twit but she consistently fails to see it.
Sad really.

11/25/2007 3:46:53 PM

David B.

All questions are answerable if the majority of your answers are "Shut up and read your bible!"

11/25/2007 4:04:14 PM


Even though your answers are pretty much the same?

11/25/2007 4:17:01 PM

Caustic Gnostic

Hardly. It produces kids with questions that are answerable!

From a retard to a potential apprentice retard:

g0ddidit! What was your question? g0ddidit!

11/25/2007 4:24:01 PM

You are saying:
a)that questions such as "how is it possible that a snake speaks?" or "who was Caine's wife?" are answerable?
b)that Hindus say the same thing you advocate but they're wrong.

11/25/2007 5:00:10 PM


Oh, the airhead.

11/25/2007 5:20:08 PM



11/25/2007 5:35:46 PM

Old Viking

I found every one of my sons' questions answerable: Go ask your mother.

11/25/2007 9:24:38 PM


It produces kids with questions that are answerable
In other words: I can't answer questions about actual science/history/philosophy/sociology/etc.

11/25/2007 11:20:21 PM


Conclusive proof that there IS, in fact, such a thing as a stupid question.

11/26/2007 12:18:34 AM

Brian X

You know, George Orwell's conception of Newspeak relied on this idea -- that under the Whorf-Sapir hypothesis of language shaping thought, a sufficiently narrow language base would make thoughts of rebellion impossible. Given how the hypothesis isn't really confirmed, and given how Soviet Russian was a particularly prolific generator of neologisms and slang, I don't think Orwell was right about that, though no one in the Party would have questioned it without some time in Miniluv's basement.

11/26/2007 12:46:07 AM


Even for a fundie this doesn't make a whole hell of a lot of sense. Maybe somebody should give him a mirror.

11/26/2007 1:48:10 AM

Mister Spak

"Hardly. It produces kids with questions that are answerable!

Goddidit is not an answer.

11/26/2007 5:56:34 AM


questions that are easily answered aren't often that worth asking. Also, answering requires giving an actual accurate answer.

11/26/2007 7:00:06 AM


Failing Axe strikes again.

11/26/2007 7:54:48 AM


Hardly. It produces kids with questions that are answerable!

If you only ask questions that have an answer, you will never discover new knowledge. And don't give me the "the Bible has all the knowledge we will ever need" bull. Where is the computer that you are using mentioned in the Bible?

11/26/2007 11:37:38 AM


More like produces answers that are questionable.

11/26/2007 2:06:09 PM


Wow, that's the verbal equivalent of kicking yourself in the back of the head.

Way to defeat your own argument, Axe.

11/26/2007 2:53:45 PM

Sideshow Bob

Floatingaxe doubleplusgood doublethinker.

11/26/2007 3:43:19 PM


[Originally posted by EnemyPartyII:
Funny, thats what the Hindus say. ]

Well of course they are wrong."

Funny, the Hindus say that about Christians, too.

11/26/2007 4:12:15 PM


Darn. Sideshow Bob beat me to it.

Oh well, BB-Jesus is watching you (masturbate).

11/27/2007 5:19:02 AM

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