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    Quote Originally Posted by wooley12 View Post
    Funny. Without being naughty.

    The craziest thing I see from most Christians is this. The goal is to get to heaven and yet they always seem to to be sad or angry with the idea of anyone getting there. I mean, fetuses get instant access as do all still borns.
    no--in order for a fetus or newborn or anyone else to go to heaven they have to be baptized, even posthumously. So if you live a life of sin and non-belief and find yourself in heaven, you have the Mormons to thank. And to think you slammed the door in their faces.

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    Not according to my flavor/ denomination as I last heard. But the rules change. They changed on me once before Had an aunt who secretly baptize every newborn she could "Just in case."
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    Quote Originally Posted by PB View Post
    Good point! All good sperm go to heaven!!
    Sperm aren't people. But you WILL go to hell if you spill even one drop unless it's a nocturnal emission. So I was told. I bit a host and it didn't bleed so I was skeptical.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wooley12 View Post
    Not according to my flavor/ denomination as I last heard. But the rules change. They changed on me once before Had an aunt who secretly baptize every newborn she could "Just in case."
    If you go to heaven and they change the rules do you have to transfer to hell, and visa versa?
    Quote Originally Posted by wooley12 View Post
    Sperm aren't people. But you WILL go to hell if you spill even one drop unless it's a nocturnal emission. So I was told. I bit a host and it didn't bleed so I was skeptical.
    If the Supreme Court can say that corporations are people I don't see why the Pope can't call sperm people. Half people anyway. Like Mexicans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by old goat View Post
    If you go to heaven and they change the rules do you have to transfer to hell, and visa versa?

    If the Supreme Court can say that corporations are people I don't see why the Pope can't call sperm people. Half people anyway. Like Mexicans.
    I think the rules that you know are the ones that are enforced. Like in golf.

    See above. FWIW 1/2 of the RC's don't like the pope all of the time. The sides change when the pope changes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timberridge View Post
    So 20,000 people out of...oh, idk billions sign a petition, and somehow you conclude that the entire group of people is stupid?
    Actually, he said that Christianity was correlated with stupidity, not that an entire group of people was stupid. Do you understand the difference between those two statements?

    How much statistics did you take? I have an M.S. myself, and it was also my undergrad major, but that should not be necessary to understand that the title of his post does not imply what you are saying.

    That being said, I would also say that just because the people in question are idiots does NOT necessarily establish a correlation. One would have to do something like establish that high levels of religious belief is inversely correlated with IQ.
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    But IQ is really a measurement of fitment in the hetero-normative anglophile community, laying bare the overhwleming bias against those that dare harbor a variant genetic or cultural upbringing. And as such is a great illustration of the violence inherent in the system.

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    the sale is back. Time to get another pair of shorts. XXXer peep teh gear bruh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bromontane View Post
    But IQ is really a measurement of fitment in the hetero-normative anglophile community, laying bare the overhwleming bias against those that dare harbor a variant genetic or cultural upbringing. And as such is a great illustration of the violence inherent in the system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Long duc dong View Post
    Actually, he said that Christianity was correlated with stupidity, not that an entire group of people was stupid. Do you understand the difference between those two statements?

    How much statistics did you take? I have an M.S. myself, and it was also my undergrad major, but that should not be necessary to understand that the title of his post does not imply what you are saying.

    That being said, I would also say that just because the people in question are idiots does NOT necessarily establish a correlation. One would have to do something like establish that high levels of religious belief is inversely correlated with IQ.
    Holeee crap.
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    hate this thread and dont want to let Kanye West into my head.
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    Ohio coming in hot this week

    Ohio GOP lawmakers want to ban all abortions, charging doctors with murder
    https://www.cincinnati.com/story/new...er/4200463002/

    New Ohio Law Lets Students Give Wrong Answers on Tests for Religious Reasons
    https://www.newsweek.com/ohio-studen...es-act-1472008

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    Quote Originally Posted by old goat View Post
    no--in order for a fetus or newborn or anyone else to go to heaven they have to be baptized, even posthumously. So if you live a life of sin and non-belief and find yourself in heaven, you have the Mormons to thank. And to think you slammed the door in their faces.
    As a minister in the Universal Life Church, I will now baptize everyone in the world and everyone who has died. So, if I missed you, fukkin Heaven will be full. Sorry about that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dantheman View Post
    Ohio coming in hot this week

    Ohio GOP lawmakers want to ban all abortions, charging doctors with murder
    https://www.cincinnati.com/story/new...er/4200463002/

    New Ohio Law Lets Students Give Wrong Answers on Tests for Religious Reasons
    https://www.newsweek.com/ohio-studen...es-act-1472008
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