Also about noun 1+150Limit - noun - 1. The final, utmost, or furthest boundary or point. 2. A value that cannot be exceeded. Somehow almost nobody understands this word when it's in the context of a speed limit. If it's a limit, then you should always be at or below that speed. You should NOT be tailgated when going 24 or 25 in a 25mph zone, amirite?
Also about religion+612America officially recodnized Scientology as a religion a few months ago. But Germany denied Scientology religion status, saying it more closely resembled a cult. Because if anyone is capable of recodnizing a movement of power-hungry people with an insane ideology and stopping it before it gets out of hand, it's the Germans, amirite?
Also about Religion-115So called Catholic nuns with leftist agendas which are diametrically opposed to Catholic teaching are going straight to hell. God is not impressed. Amirite?
Also about Religion-59Get over it i gave ya all covid..its not like its herpes, amirite?
Also about religious and political+33You cannot have both freedom (as proposed in the U.S.) and equal representation of all peoples (perticularly religious and non religious) on the same "ship". There will continually be disagreement and political strife. Amirite?
Also about religion and religious+120You wonder how many religious people would still be religious if their religion mentioned nothing about an afterlife, amirite?
Also about Religion+61The Catholic Church is in serious difficulties. Pope Francis advocates important theological , moral and economic reforms in the governance of the Roman Catholic Church, These reforms ,long overdue, are well accepted in general by the faithful in the pew, but the conservative wing of the hierarchy in Rome and some bishops and priests in the dioceses put up a fierce resistance to these reforms. I don't want to take sides but I find that Pope Francis is almost alone in his mission to reform the Church. Do we have to answer enthusias tically Hans Kung'call to support Pope in his reforms? amirite?
Also about religion, religious, and belief+312Why do we religious people (NOT just Christians) use a book (or something similar) to justify so many things that hurt people? It is a belief, and I am sorry to say that we have absolutely no proof besides our faith of it being anything but a fairytale. I am not saying believing in a religion is wrong, I am saying that unless you can prove its existence don't involve it in other peoples' lives.... amirite?