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And sometimes the opposite of that.
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Male 12,365
[quote]The drat??????



*checks to see if ICE has covered the earth*[/quote]

Are these two the same poster?

CrakrJak
Male, 40-49,
Midwest US
10487 Posts

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CrakrJakk
Male, 40-49,
Midwest US
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Male 8,132
Could have been worse.

At least nobody said: *too
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Female 3,727
CrakrJakk
Male, 40-49, Midwest US
8 Posts Wednesday, January 25, 2012 7:04:01 AM
These religious Zealots can be annoying. I mean I believe in God but I obviously wouldn`t be soo arrogant to thrust my world view onto someone at their time of suffering.
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The drat??????



*checks to see if ICE has covered the earth*
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Female 4,086
how can even a religious nutcase wish a young man to lose his mom so early in life, as god`s plan? is this the same plan that enables child molesters to terrorize and kill their victims? or maybe this is the god that allows little babies in africa to die horrible prolonged deaths from starvation? or maybe this is the god that allows wholesale genocide? or maybe.....

see, i can go on forever.

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Female 584
Ok there`s a difference in being comforting and being a Dbag. Why on earth would you tell someone that they shouldn`t wish for their mom to live because it`s against "Gods plan"? I love God and am as avid of follower as the next "sensible" Christian, but jeez, there is a such thing as having tact. Apparently that particular person lacks it.
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Male 766
they aint no god no how jeb . . .
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Male 21
These religious Zealots can be annoying. I mean I believe in God but I obviously wouldn`t be soo arrogant to thrust my world view onto someone at their time of suffering.
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Male 395
"That`s horrible! He wants his mom buried alive 6 feet in the ground? What a terrible person!!!"

someone call the Cyanide and Happiness guys...we`ve got an idea for their next strip...
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Male 10,855
Lookin forward to the next life.
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Male 2
@LillianDulci I agree stupid idea to attempt to seek comfort from users of facebook. Doing so leaves you open to incidents such as these.
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Male 2,841
Bravo, I can`t think of a better reply.
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Male 4,902
LOL @5Cats
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Female 2,674
If you`re referring to my comment, PinkHomicide, it`s not because I`m "afraid of being ridiculed". It`s because I understand that people often don`t know what to say when someone dies, and end up saying something unintentionally upsetting while thinking they`re saying something nice. Not telling them saves them from the awkwardness of trying to comfort me, and saves me from being upset or annoyed while I`m mourning because they happened to accidentally say something insensitive. The only people I really want comfort from are people very close to me anyway, who I don`t need to tell via facebook post.
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Female 355
If you can`t tell people you have added to facebook that a loved one has passed without the fear of it somehow being ridiculed. Perhaps you need to re-evaluate why you even added these people in the first place...Oh wait, people feel totally insecure unless they 573 "friends", more then half of which they likely haven`t seen in person in excess of 5 years and 1/4 of which they hated in high school.
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Male 914
"A parallel would be an atheist criticising CrakrJak for thinking his mother is in heaven because none of it`s true, etc, etc, and doing it shortly after she`d died."

Agreed. Good comparison.

Still, his mom ain`t in heaven.
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Male 37,732
"I wish she was still alive"

That`s horrible! He wants his mom buried alive 6 feet in the ground? What a terrible person!!!
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Female 2,674
Btw, when my grandma died, this is the exact reason why I did not announce the death to anyone except really really close friends. I didn`t want to deal with comments like that. My mom announced it to her friends on her facebook and I refused to read any of the comments because I knew at least one person would have "tried to comfort" and said the complete wrong thing.
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Female 2,674
"But still, the first reply were words of comfort, and I guess he took it the wrong way?"

They were not words of comfort, they were words of poo. That`s like.. the number 1 thing you do not say to someone after they`ve lost their loved one, right up with "they`re in a better place now" (besides obvious things like "lol your __ is dead!"). Plus it`s even worse because they`re actually /disagreeing with/ the person who is grieving. Total non-nice individual.
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Male 15,510
I would have say the same
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Male 12,365
[quote]He`s a touchy fella.

I feel for the guy, it sure ain`t easy losing a mom.
But still, the first reply were words of comfort, and I guess he took it the wrong way?[/quote]

They may have been words of comfort to the person who wrote them, but they`re not the one whose mother had recently died. That isn`t an appropriate time to push your religion. It really isn`t. I think "drat you" is a very appropriate reply to that.

Even to someone whom you know is a follower of the same religion as you, it`s rather unpleasant to criticise them for wishing that their mother wasn`t dead.

A parallel would be an atheist criticising CrakrJak for thinking his mother is in heaven because none of it`s true, etc, etc, and doing it shortly after she`d died. It`s not an acceptable thing to do. There are times when you should keep your religious beliefs or lack thereof to yourself, and that`s definitely one of them.
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Female 3,562
That`s Christianity for you. The answer to the reason there`s so much horrible suffering in the world: that`s the way God wants it for some divine reason. That`s it.
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Male 2,619
Hey, the kids right. He`s just gone through a lot and some Bible bashing dickhole tells him God has a plan?? Screw your plan God boy.
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Male 1,595
He`s a touchy fella.

I feel for the guy, it sure ain`t easy losing a mom.
But still, the first reply were words of comfort, and I guess he took it the wrong way?
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Male 25,416
What the... if she came back. Wouldnt she be a zombie.
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Female 1,181
lol, amen!
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Male 535
God always seems to bring the non-nice individual out in people...
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Male 662
MechaWolf...you are so wrong. F*ck you is a great response. It`s up there with: F*ck it, F*ck that, F*ck off, and go F*ck yourself. You`re gay is just lazy and makes you sound like a 12 year old. F*ck off lets someone you mean F*ck off.
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Female 2,674
Absolutely disgusting and inconsiderate response. What an non-nice individual.
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Male 17,512
I loved my mom, but wouldn`t wish her out of heaven to see her. She`s in paradise now after dieing of cancer, it was agonizing and heart breaking to see her waste away. I`m glad she`s not in pain anymore.
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Male 1,754
Another religious tard.
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Male 2,085
appropriate
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Male 315
Ah the "f*ck you" respond. Almost as good as the "you`re gay" response.
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Male 1,620
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