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Yes Adonis, that's all good and well. And true. But there are people who have eaten too much to gain their massive weight. I think it's safe to assume that's what the OP meant. We don't need to get all politically correct on everything.

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I never said there wasn't.

We do need to get politically correct, because people are stupid and ignorant and I bet most people who read what I wrote didn't even know any of it was true.

People just **** assume all fat people are fat because they eat and those have got to be some of the most ignorant people I've seen.

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"Silly women, you are nothing more than accessories for us men."

Replace "women" with "gay men" and "men" with "women" and you have the current status of gay people.

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Black and white drawings are an underrated style, am<strong>rite?</strong>

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Bit of clarification:

This was drawn back when I didn't quite grasp face placements.
But I still like black and white drawings.
And no, not just sketches. Official pieces as well.

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I literally have not seen a good joke about the marathon at all and I've also been unable to see what exactly is funny about it in the first place.

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Alphonse Mucha, hands down.

http://ctrlv.in/180285

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I'm not sure what you mean by this.

That miracles occur, but the atheist sees it not as a miracle but something else? Or that miracles occur, but atheists don't get them?

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Caucasian didn't even originally mean "a white person". I don't know why we call white people Caucasian, especially since the term originated from people with a specific cranium shape (which then changed into specifying people from regions such as Asia Minor, Europe, North Africa, etc.).

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It's always better to know the truth than it is to let your dreams and hopes and nightmares take you over, if you ask me. Go for it.

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And by saying "I can't do things on my own," I mean I can't be perfect on my own. I can't save myself. I can make it through life, yes, but I can't gain salvation or make it to heaven on my own. I need Him.

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Nobody can be perfect on their own, ma'am/sir. You can save yourself, you're doing it right now. You follow what your god tells you and you succeed, and if you make a mistake your god will understand, but in the end its all on your own accord. You got to that position willingly. The only thing he's doing is the equivalent of opening a door, and that isn't much. But maybe that's all he wants to do. Maybe he's not actually helping you at all, but letting you achieve greater things on your own accord. Give yourself some credit.

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I'm not reliant on God in that way. I know that I was given free will and am responsible for my actions and the sins I commit. I'm saying that I trust his ways, and although I may fail, he's ultimately my strength. He will always be there for me when people aren't, and although I don't rely on him for my happiness, nor am I a Christian to be "happy", he still is my source or hope and joy. Joy and happiness are different things. I can be sad, but still take joy in knowing I am loved and taken care of. I know I can't do things on my own. I know there are just some things in life that no human can help me with. I find fulfillment in my relationship with God in a way that no other human has ever been able to give me.

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Well, you can do things on your own. I mean, I'm doing things on my own. I'm just fine. Saying you can't just kinda degrades your ability.

The only things in life that no human can help you with is really spiritual matters. If you're not religious, you don't get those problems. I mean nobody can forcibly make you feel better after you lose a loved one, but they can help you recover by telling their own experiences and comforting you. But if you're religious and you have an atheist friend, and you say you're having trouble connecting with God sometimes, he can't really help you with that, so of course problems like "No human can help me with this" arise. Only God and people connected with Him can.

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It's certainly not horrible, if you're not happy with that though, aren't you able to take the test again?

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I am able to take it again but **** it was torture enough already, and studying never helped me with anything unless I studied literally an hour or less before the test. Cramming the night before will just lead me to forget it in the morning.

So there's not even a point.

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That wasn't what I was saying at all.

And I am dependent on God. I realize I'm not perfect and I never will be. Why is it so bad to admit that I need help in life? Why would it make me mentally unstable to say that I trust someone because I think that they know better than me and ultimately have a plan for me? I'm not following.

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Because you're reliant on him to feel good. You should rely on yourself for that.
You need help in life, you ask parents or counselors of some sort. You check your flaws and try to fix them. You don't pray and pray and hope God does something. God may have created you, but that doesn't mean he's obliged to help you in any way. YOU make sure you keep your morals in check, and YOU make sure you're helping yourself, and YOU make up for your sins, and YOU do your own bidding. Otherwise you'll be waiting, and waiting, and waiting forever for some car to pick you up along the road, sitting on the bench nearby while everyone else is walking around you, reaching the goal on their own accord.

Also God shouldn't love the genocidal maniacs I mean seriously they're evil as ****

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There's nothing egocentric about it. To me, I believe I am very special to God and he has given me a purpose, but saying that only makes Him more special in my eyes. I'm a sinner, yet he still finds me special and he still loves me regardless. That's the idea behind it. Not, "he thinks I'm special because I am special". More like, "he thinks I'm special even though I'm so unworthy"

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Oh, I'm so happy to know that when my plan to commit genocide against all blacks and Jews succeeds and they're all dead, God will still love me. :))) Thank you!

PS now you're just making monotheism sound self-deprecating and dependent on some dude just to give you meaning to live I mean...if I did that to an actual person, I'd be mentally unstable.

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You did not know that more people have committed suicide after listening to the song <em>Gloomy Sunday</em> (written in 1933 in Hungary) than any other song in history.  The song has been covered by dozens of artists over the years and continues to be performed today because of its hauntingly beautiful melody.  <strong>Amirite?</strong>

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I bet you're the life of the party.

... If it was at a graveyard

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Oh, I'm sorry that I want to keep the public properly informed and know the truth of matters. Christ, people will literally take ignorance at face value if it means they can get their high. **** ridiculous.

This is what's devolving society.

The author of the post could've at least said that it was a legend. Deceiving people for the sake of "Well it'd be fun if it was true" is disgusting. It's one thing if you're making up a story. It's another if you're covering up the truth.

PS, nice ad hominem attack. Fallacies, pfsh.

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You're right. People should kill animals just for sport. We can get our protein from other sources.(a)

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Well, to be fair, we can get protein from nonmeat sources. It's just that they tend to be incomplete proteins, which just means you have to eat them with different nonmeat sources that contain the proteins you're missing.

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No, we're not. It's thanks to animals used for medicinal and scientific research that we've gotten to so many medical advancements today. Not enough humans would willingly sign up to be experimented on to be possibly killed.

It sucks that animals are being tested on for this stuff, but until we can supply ourselves with artificial life to do experiments on, we can't do anything about it. The continuation and bettering of the human race is important, and in order to get to that point of artificial life, we will have to spare a few others.

I wish I could agree, but it isn't possible yet. Sorry.

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It can be "What's your middle name?" to "Want to go out?" and the mystery is all the more suspenseful.

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