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Jan 5th 2010 2:09PM Cowboy: An Atheist Buddhist is of the sect that doesn't believe in Buddha as a god but instead as a philosopher. Do some research before you start to criticize other people's religious structures.
Hydra: I didn't attempt to influence anyone's religious affairs. I know a great deal about all religions, having studied them extensively in college. Do you stone your kids as it states to in the bible? No? Then get off your high Christian horse.
Cheryl: It makes him a hypocrite when he tells someone they need to turn to Christianity, when they themselves had a divorce. Not to generalize, because many groups do it, but I too often see Christians preaching that problems of Non-Christians would be fixed if they converted, meanwhile those that preach this often have their own skeletons that their faith did not help them with.
BadKitty: Christianity is any religion that holds Christ as it's savior. Protestantism, Catholicism, Eastern Orthodox and Angelican are all Sects of the Christian Religion. Just to let you know that you may claim to be "the Christians" but you're just the same as the other sects.
Jan 5th 2010 10:21AM As an Atheist Buddhist myself, I must say that Buddhist teachings are better equipped to correct Tiger's actions than Christianity. This is no different than any Christian committing adultery, however if Tiger were to return to the Buddhist Path he would be able to cope properly with his father's death and with why he did what he did.
To the Christians out there, what's the penance for Adultery? Wouldn't he just say a couple of hail Marys and get back out on the golf course?
Either way, people need to stay out of the religious affairs of others. I'm not wondering why Alex "Brit" Hume got a divorce, which is not a very christian thing to do, and preaching that he should convert to Atheism or Buddhism to find his correct path in life... Hypocrite.
Nov 9th 2009 12:30AM Sass that hoopy PurdueMEB. There's one frood who really knows where his towel is...
Jul 17th 2009 8:45AM I always roll a rogue/thief/ninja type character. I like high damage, high speed melee, and I like that usually that type of character has some way to hide or disappear (good for when the wife wants me to get up and do something or when the baby starts crying).
I think it's best to stick to one type of class, especially if you're like me and are a beta-test/free-to-play junkie. If you roll all different kinds of classes, you may end up not liking a great game in comparison to another due to comparing apples and oranges.
(I also pick rogues because I'm immature and like to say that "rogues do it from behind")
Jul 8th 2009 1:24PM Anyone else find the fact that, someone with the screen name of Lando Calrissian is knocking someone else about virginity, ironic?
Jun 16th 2009 4:31PM You do not need the glasses.
Wow... that site is not a very trustworthy site... For a site that is supposed to talk about a future technology and seem informative, the fact that the person spells like a prepubescent teenager (see examples like the word "Ruffly") does not bode well for the person's knowledge base...
I would link to Wikipedia sooner than I would to that site if I were one to provide links to sites...
Jun 15th 2009 11:46AM I'm sure places like f.y.e. and Suncoast will thank you for reminding people that CDs still exist. CDs are going to make a good revival this year in the marketplace, i think. With new releases everywhere from people like Eminem, Pearl Jam, Offspring, etc...
Jun 15th 2009 11:39AM It wasn't so much about being in the role of a terrorist as it was a role reversal to show people that they may have no problem with a game where you're an american killing muslims, but if it's an Islamic Fundamentalist killing Americans, then suddenly it's not so fun.
The fact that people had a problem with the game because it depicted americans being killed only helped to serve the point of the piece.