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Responding to hate

Started this discussion. Last reply by Regular Joe Oct 7. 15 Replies

Recently someone posted some questions regarding having been subjected to a ritual humiliation exercise as the result of an apparently false accusation of rape against a 3rd party that wasn't even…Continue

Quiet groups...worth reactivating?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Regular Joe Oct 6. 11 Replies

I would like to make some posts specific to topics that are covered by some of the groups. But when I look at what looks like the last post posted, I see that all of the ones that I would like to…Continue

Building rapport with unreceptive young people

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael D. Denny Oct 3, 2013. 17 Replies

I have never met my soon-to-be brother-in-law, and possibly never will.He's never introduced himself, is unlikely to do so, and has ignored my attempts to introduce myself.Nobody else in the family…Continue

Throwing away a patrimony of "deep wisdom"

Started Aug 11, 2013 0 Replies

By popular request elsewhere:Have you ever wondered what self-made millionaires have that the rest of us don't? I mean the ones born without money or connections; the ones who truly started from the…Continue

 

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Regular Joe replied to Rob's discussion Responding to hate
Oct 7
Regular Joe replied to Rob's discussion Quiet groups...worth reactivating?
Oct 6
Regular Joe replied to Rob's discussion Quiet groups...worth reactivating?
"EXACTLY. "
Oct 6
Regular Joe replied to Rob's discussion Responding to hate
""When you talk too much, you're making bids for approval.""
Oct 6
Regular Joe replied to Rob's discussion Responding to hate
Oct 6
Leto Atreides II replied to Rob's discussion Responding to hate
"TL;DR"
Oct 5
Pale Horse replied to Rob's discussion Responding to hate
"Thanks. Yeah, consider the Venus fly trap: It leaves a small opening, so if the captured bug is too small and not worth the energy expended to digest it, it can escape. Some people suck too much energy to be worth the victory."
Oct 5
Native Son replied to Rob's discussion Responding to hate
"Agree about the OP, old school assessment: "Not worth the powder and shot.""
Oct 5
Will replied to Rob's discussion Quiet groups...worth reactivating?
"Yes.  Most of the others are where conversations go to die (before they get started). New Warriors, Freemasons, LDS Men, and others, are spotty -- conversations come and go there -- but it's clear what kinds of topics would go there, and…"
Oct 5
N. Vest replied to Rob's discussion Responding to hate
"People do stuff for their own reasons, don't apologize for shite you didn't do"
Oct 5
Pale Horse replied to Rob's discussion Responding to hate
"tl; dr?"
Oct 5
Native Son replied to Rob's discussion Responding to hate
"ref.  J Goebbels for why people perpetuate these hoaxes."
Oct 5
Josh100LuBu replied to Rob's discussion Responding to hate
"Ride the hate."
Oct 5
Rob replied to Rob's discussion Responding to hate
"You're responding with skepticism instead of emotionally, or throwing reasons at me why I'm wrong. That's a good start.  "
Oct 5
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Responding to hate

Recently someone posted some questions regarding having been subjected to a ritual humiliation exercise as the result of an apparently false accusation of rape against a 3rd party that wasn't even him.This morning, someone posted a link to an upworthy article that ended up in my Facebook newsfeed.For those who don't know, upworthy publishes mostly fictional stories and staged videos calculated to elicit strong emotional reactions that confirm the biases of its readers, in order to further…See More
Oct 5
Carl Monster replied to Rob's discussion Quiet groups...worth reactivating?
"The quiet groups may reactivate if the main board keeps looking like it does now....Ebola...Lumps in My Ass.....Testosterone supplements....reads more like a medical problems board."
Oct 5

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Shane replied to Pale Horse's discussion Pre-Adamic Age in the group Christian Men
"Mostly it's rooted in racism. But, it attempts to reconcile exegetical contradictions between the two Creation accounts offered in Genesis as well as the story of Cain's exile."
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Pale Horse replied to Vytautas's discussion What Do We Learn From History?
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Pre-Adamic Age

Can someone explain the Pre-Adamic Age theory to me? I don't understand its place in the Bible.See More
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Shane replied to Vytautas's discussion What Do We Learn From History?
"For anyone keeping score, this is why I don't usually go trough the trouble of offering up citations."
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Pale Horse replied to Vytautas's discussion What Do We Learn From History?
"Exactly. The feds didn't officially mandate it, but they did push for it via the purse strings."
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