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+1 1. thundersnow commented 65 days ago

Has anyone heard from Burimi? :'(
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+7 2. thefox commented 65 days ago

#1 Madame Thunderfemale, you're becoming something of a... Burimi stalker. ;)
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+3 3. thundersnow commented 65 days ago

#2 I have difficulty stalking him, since I don't know anything about him except his username..lol ;)
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+3 4. Scotsman50 commented 65 days ago

#1 I don't think he has been back since he took offence at the Muslim video 58 days ago.
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+3 5. thundersnow commented 65 days ago

#4 Exactly. It made me sad, that he was so hurt. I wished I could've helped and made him feel better, but by the time I read the comments, it was too late, he had left already. I really miss him, he's been on snotr long before I even was. I think he may have been already on snotr when my sons were still on it. Plus he was a good contributor of snotr videos. I do miss him a lot. I wrote him a PM, but he probably hasn't checked them.
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+6 6. Judge-Jake commented 65 days ago

#5 Religion again you see! spoils everything. I can't understand how anyone can get upset about something that doesn't actually exist. Wake up all you Religioneo's and smell the flowers.
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+1 7. thundersnow commented 65 days ago

#6 Yes, I agree, it spoils so much, and causes so much conflict. But for religious people it does exist and they take it very seriously, and they have a right to be respected, as long as they don't impose it on others. Well, Burimi was not treated respectfully, so he unfortunately left.
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+1 8. Dennis53 commented 65 days ago

I think at this point he's staying away just from the sheer number of times Thundersnow has brought it up.

And as for the video, why would you ride so fast in a trench that you can't steer out of without falling, and why would you ride so fast that you can't see dangers ahead of you until it's too late???
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+1 9. thundersnow commented 65 days ago

#8 He would never do that..lol
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+1 10. thefox commented 65 days ago

#7. "as long as they don't impose it on others. "

Therein lies the problem T.S. The very nature of religion means that the only way it can be propogated is by imposing it on others. For example, Islam, from its birth around the year 570 has been spread not by reasoned argument and discussion ie. "hey take a look at our religion and see what it has to offer", but more by threats and coercion along the lines of: "Worship Allah or die!" On top of that we have children of religious zealots, Muslim, Jews and Christians indoctrinating their offspring into their particular illogical and archaic belief system, and so it goes on. It's tragic and it's wrong. :|
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+2 11. Judge-Jake commented 65 days ago

#10 Totally agree (and you don't know how much that hurts lol) There is no such thing as a Christian or Islamic Child (or any other religion you can name) If the religion has any worth or truth the child should be allowed to grow up without it and make an individual decision based on his or her own discovery and following a science based education. Sadly this seldom gets to happen and the simple reason is that most religions would be finished within a generation. You could call it quite a successful business plan.
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+1 12. thundersnow commented 64 days ago

#10 #11 I cannot agree more with both of you (and it doesn't hurt! ;))!
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+1 13. ComentAtor commented 64 days ago

#10 are you implying that other religions have been spreading differently? if not i might even agree with you
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0 14. thundersnow commented 64 days ago

#13 I think he used islam as an example, due to its current issues, and he is saying those issues have been there since the birth of that religion. But all religions have spread with coercion and threat, some more or less, some more during certain times in history. But they all have that in common. And I agree with JJ, that if children would be raised completely unbiased of religion, religions would dwindle, because what sustains them is again threat and coercion creating fear and anxiety. It really is a good business plan.
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+1 15. thefox commented 64 days ago

#13. Not at all, which is why I wrote:

"The very nature of religion means that the only way it can be propogated is by imposing it on others. "

No specific religion mentioned there, and Islam used as an example afterwards partly because this thread was started due to concerns about Burimi, and his reaction to anti Islamic comments, and secondly because of the ever present violence exhibited by Islamists daily and the corresponding link back in time to the birth of the religion and its evidently extremely violent past.

The other kind of imposition I mentioned is the indoctrination of children by their family, friends and social elders, and this is the most insidious of all, and takes place in every religion.
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+1 16. ComentAtor commented 64 days ago

#15 is it you fox? :D

#14 my 4 year old ask me a few months ago.. while driving from the beach (sometimes we choose a far away beach so they fall asleep):
Daddy... what happened before you were born and granny and her granny and everybody how did it all start :)

thoughts ran through my head .. big bang? no too far.. big old guy with a magic stick in the clouds? nooo amebas? monkeys? how to simplify it...
well son i said, good question.. nobody can tell for sure .. but there are some proof that... i turn back and he fell asleep

sigh of relief .. next time :D
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+1 17. sockcooker commented 64 days ago

#16 at some time everyone ask the question where do we come from. religious people believe they know the answer. atheists know they dont.
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+2 18. thundersnow commented 63 days ago

That's true what is being said here. Still hope Burimi will be back one day, and realize that it was not him as a person that was offended or criticized, but religion as a concept.
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0 19. ComentAtor commented 61 days ago

Burimi probably has a new nick.. he is too addicted to walk away from here