MonkWarrior

Registered bored user

monkwarrior wrote:
boredhuman Well one thing for sure: you're quite desperate.  If you think you're so sure, why not answer the 50 questions they can't answer about 9/11, that's right, because the evidence clearly is too difficult for people like you to sensibly stand up to, hence your desperation.  Or let me guess, you don't want to because you don't like it, and prefer the opinions the media told you (which tickle your ear), to the actual truth and facts, which give you reason to grieve that nation.
monkwarrior wrote:
boredhuman You're already living it, as per your own words.
monkwarrior wrote:
boredhuman Sorry i don't feed trolls.  If you can't see what's happening in the nation south of canada and north of mexico, that's really too bad.
monkwarrior wrote:
lockner01 Many people can be "brought up" with God, and still not know the truth of God, become ignorant of God because of what the world tells them (which hates God), and turn their back on God as you have.  It doesn't mean you know God, it means you didn't go far enough to get to know your creator. Again, you are arguing from "ignorance, or poor understanding of the actual situation surrounding good and evil." 
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boredhuman by saying 9/11 conspiracy, you throw your philosophy in with those who have lost the ability to judge what is true and what is not, because evidence points to the official report being a fabrication.
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whosaidwhat The ones i've already pointed out to you but you have chosen to ignore.  Go find them again, and stop wasting my time with your ignorance.
monkwarrior wrote:
Yes, people have lost the ability to judge what is true and what is not.  I've seen this happening over many years.  It's almost like when a society rejects God it becomes delusional and unable to establish objective truth, but considers biased opinion as 'truth'.  I've seen this not only in many anti-theists and atheists online, but in people who deny facts they don't like (which may make their nation look bad), where their philosophy prevents them from understanding the evidences available.  Instead opting to rely on madness and positive claims with not a single shred of evidence to back them up.

But the west had this coming for a while - ala 'reap what you sow'.

#NationInFreeFall
monkwarrior wrote:
meh, not bad, but like everything else like this, it's got limited range.
monkwarrior wrote:
yeah if you're commuting 6 hours a day you really should think of moving.  i used to commute for 3 hours a day and it was too much, now i commute for 1h a day.  I'm working on commuting 30m a day.
monkwarrior wrote:
lockner01 You're arguing how God is, without even knowing how God is. Again, "it's born of ignorance, or poor understanding of the actual situation surrounding good and evil."   even if you say " I would disagree with this", you still are arguing from ignorance.

What you are doing is like someone arguing what it's like to live on the moon when they have never done so.
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whosaidwhat Sorry, it's you who has ignored the evidence that points to the need for a re-investigation.  Again, you prefer opinion as fact, and consider evidence to be conspiracy theories, which is why you continue with your own circular logic and desperate attempts.
monkwarrior wrote:
lockner01  So you continue to ignore the flaw in the "problem of evil" argument, which was clearly pointed out to you, but yet you continue to ignore both.  All to continue your run around attempt to make your failed "problem of evil" relevant, when it's already sunk.  Good luck continuing to ignore the flaw of it.  It doesn't surprise me in the slightest you ignore it, most people who rely on it as their primary 'reasoning' for rejecting God also ignore the flaw in such ridiculous ways.  When you want to stop ignoring the flaw of the argument and face it, maybe there will be more to discuss, until then you are simply following the path of those who have failed with the argument before, and are only wasting time..
monkwarrior wrote:
aegis1294 There's plenty to back it up.  There are many links showing that the use of cannabis has been showing up more and more in motor vehicle accidents, workplace accidents, and even  plane crashes.  Can you find those links, or are you simply a biased pro-pot person who thinks "weed can do no wrong"?  If the later, don't bother responding.
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lockner01 So you continue to ignore the flaw in the "problem of evil" argument you so desperately cling to, which was clearly pointed out to you (but that you want to ignore too). Gotcha.

Good luck with that.
monkwarrior wrote:
lockner01 You're simply trying to make your flawed argument work as it's a key justification for your rejection of God.  This is evidenced by your attempt to paint God as Malevolent, however you're doing your usual song and dance: ignoring the flaw in your argument as I've outlined above. You have nothing which is why you've attempted to shift focus.  Also, the difference between God and us and you and your children is this:  God has the final say over their their life, whereas you do not.  If they die, you can do nothing, whereas God can resurrect.  Your ignorance of God's power and position on this is why you won't learn, but continue to desperately make your flawed argument work as you have just attempted (and failed) to do.  

No questions will be answered to you until you make the effort to show you are willing to overcome your ignorance, and willing to discuss the flaw you ignore.
monkwarrior wrote:
Roland only to people who are stuck up with themselves, or who is too afraid to reach out and help another.  Thanks.
monkwarrior wrote:
rumham wile e. coyote
monkwarrior wrote:
whosaidwhat Keep mocking what you don't understand, all to ignore the evidence, such as seismic evidence. lol, you have nothing but desperation, son.
monkwarrior wrote:
moldysod Drugs like cannabis aren't as harmless as its proponents suggest.
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and they want to make drugs legal. how selfish and lame.
monkwarrior wrote:
Roland sorry, but a little kindness goes a long way.
monkwarrior wrote:
rumham good to know, i'll be sure to reach out if needed