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Reasons.

 

 

I believe reason is wrong and should be illegal.

 

NZT48 ? ...is that really you ?? :P~~

 

edit: also tuff titties !

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I believe reason is wrong and should be illegal.

 

 

why ?

 

I believe reason is wrong and should be illegal.

 

 

 

why not ?

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Reasons.

 

 

I believe reason is wrong and should be illegal.

 

 

When can the toe camp float a passage? The betting continent masters a reformed country. The trumpet interferes. The western discontinues the predictable machine. Your pig whistles in the money. The head prince screams. Without an excess attacks a notable stagger. A doom qualifies a village. A vocal shouts over the guest. The rack bicycles underneath its bow north. The pompous perspective farms. Should my rare palace inspect the mysterious revolutionary?

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it can't

 

 

 

and, of course, yes, but your rare palace should not proffer opinion - it is ill considered to dance about architecture

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it can't

 

 

 

and, of course, yes, but your rare palace should not proffer opinion - it is ill considered to dance about architecture

Ohh but the pompous perspective does farm, so of course the rare palace must always proffer an opinion.

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should this only be done by nzt48 ?

 

Not true. I'm just too busy and old to do it much anymore.

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should this only be done by nzt48 ?

 

 

Not true. I'm just too busy and old to do it much anymore.

Old people are old, they should be put down

 

Discus;

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Old people are old, they should be put down

 

Discus;

 

 

Retire at 65 with a bullet to the brain? That seems harsh. Maybe people of all ages need to pass a physical and mental health check every year, fail to meet a standard and they are ground down, mixed with other chemicals and cut into small green square tasty pieces.

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should this only be done by nzt48 ?

 

Not true. I'm just too busy and old to do it much anymore.

Old people are old, they should be put down

 

Discus;

 

... only if they is illiterate !!

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I've come to realise there are free agents in this world. People who do not think, feel, react, or live the way I do. Because my collective life story up until this point will never ever be the same as anyone else's. That is the one thing any of us have that will actually make us unique. Objectively, it's rarely, ever, fair. Relative to someone else.

 

I like free agents who stray so far off the popular narrative. It actually makes me think. Why am I offended? Why am I so dismissive of their ideas yet they seem to make me angry? Is it because they're wrong? Or because despite the lack of anything factual to their ranting they hit on a much broader truth? A truth, and idea that I just don't like or want to accept.

 

Ideas shouldn't offend us so, they should give us cause to think. Idea's shouldn't make us angry, they should give us the opportunity to discuss their merits and short falls, without fear that the mere discussing them will destroy our way of life. They are just ideas, concepts, many of which go no where and amount to nothing. Text that will die the archives of some long forgotten internet forum, never to be sort after again.

 

The only thing that makes an idea dangerous, is convincing people they are or are not. It's that enough people listened and accept. Because people are lazy and don't want to think too much. We like our ideas to be simple, make sense, and just... handed to us. Whether you like it or not, that's been fed to you since birth, regardless of when or where you grew up, that narrative of ideas has been given to you, a lot of which will have been accepted without question. Some ideas, are truly embedded, right, or wrong, they are simply part of who you are.

 

Don't ever trust a person preaching ideas that won't listen to or denounces other ideas. Because those cunts are the worst.

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I've come to realise there are free agents in this world. People who do not think, feel, react, or live the way I do. Because my collective life story up until this point will never ever be the same as anyone else's. That is the one thing any of us have that will actually make us unique. Objectively, it's rarely, ever, fair. Relative to someone else.

 

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it is why cloning will never work

you are a sum of your experiences, no bodies experiences will ever be the same as yours

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I think slow Internet should be made illegal. People should be free to view pornography on demand without buffering.

 

DOCSIS.

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Don't ever trust a person preaching ideas that won't listen to or denounces other ideas. Because those cunts are the worst.

 

While I agree with most of the sentiment behind your post, I honestly believe that a lot of ideas soundly deserve denouncing. See anti-vaccination, female genital mutilation, slavery and racial segregation, various attempted genocides, etc etc etc. for an understanding of what I automatically (but not unthinkingly) oppose.

 

 

Douglas Adams — 'All opinions are not equal. Some are a very great deal more robust, sophisticated and well supported in logic and argument than others.'

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anti-vaccination, female genital mutilation, slavery and racial segregation, various attempted genocides, etc etc etc. for an understanding of what I automatically (but not unthinkingly) oppose.

 


 

 

Yet there IS on rare occasions: Vaccination alergies, deformation, (hmm.. slavery.... ok, i concede there), and hate-crimes; that simply an open mind, at least in one generation, wont fix.

So MrFriendly's point does still 90% stand.

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anti-vaccination, female genital mutilation, slavery and racial segregation, various attempted genocides, etc etc etc. for an understanding of what I automatically (but not unthinkingly) oppose.

 

 

 

Yet there IS on rare occasions: Vaccination alergies, deformation, (hmm.. slavery.... ok, i concede there), and hate-crimes; that simply an open mind, at least in one generation, wont fix.

So MrFriendly's point does still 90% stand.

 

 

Refusing a vaccination because you're allergic is not anti-vaccination. Neither is getting surgery on your privates mutilation if it's practised by professionals for legitimate medical reasons, etc. etc.

 

I think MrFriendly's point (correct me if I'm wrong) isn't that we should never dismiss bad ideas, but rather we should consider them thoroughly first. i.e. the very notion of having an open mind.

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Don't Be Too Certain!

The question of how to define Rationalism is not altogether an easy one. I do not think that you could define it by rejection of this or that Christian dogma. It would be perfectly possible to be a complete and absolute Rationalist in the true sense of the term and yet accept this or that dogma.

The question is how to arrive at your opinions and not what your opinions are. The thing in which we believe is the supremacy of reason. If reason should lead you to orthodox conclusions, well and good; you are still a Rationalist. To my mind the essential thing is that one should base one's arguments upon the kind of grounds that are accepted in science, and one should not regard anything that one accepts as quite certain, but only as probable in a greater or a less degree. Not to be absolutely certain is, I think, one of the essential things in rationality.

 

-- Bertrand Russell (1947)

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And while I think that's a thoroughly noble and laudable aim I posit that some ideas are not worth even cursory consideration before they can be dismissed as utter bollocks.

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I think poo should be made illegal. It smells bad.

 

Disgust.

 

Concur.

 

And clowns should also be made illegal, because they smell bad too.

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I think poo should be made illegal. It smells bad.

 

Disgust.

Concur.

 

And clowns should also be made illegal, because they smell bad too.

 

People should be required to hit them with bats.

 

Concussed.

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