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If there is intelligent life elsewhere in the multiverse, did/does/will-there-be a Jesus, too? Romans? Jews? Will he be crucified?
Oddly enough, every sect of Christianity presumes it has the answers... Even the Catholics had to supplant the Gnostics, not to mention the Jews.
I'm reminded of Jimmy "JJ" Walker's quip: In Ireland -a land with no blacks and no Jews- they still kill each other, over religious issues... White folk are so creative!
The American Humanist Association has withdrawn its humanist of the year award from Richard Dawkins, 25 years after he received the honour, criticising the academic and author for "demean[ing] marginalised groups" using "the guise of scientific discourse".[...]In 2015, Dawkins also wrote: "Is trans woman a woman? Purely semantic. If you define by chromosomes, no. If by self-identification, yes. I call her "she" out of courtesy."
I personally have more curtness than courtesy. A castle in the air is not a castle; it is air. Plastic fruits are not fruits; they are plastic. Silicon breasts are not breasts; they are silicon. And heresy-labelling and excommunication among atheists is religious dogmatic behaviour, very ironic.
There's no such thing as a transgender person claiming they are of the other sex.
There's no such thing as transgender person
Quote from: ersi on 2021-04-27, 04:03:17There's no such thing as transgender personThis comes up more and more, among the "rights-ists: Lawsuits!
I heard that some court determined that microwave ovens should bear a label that don't dry your cat in it
Trump & Teams's attempts to overturn the election results are frivolous to the highest degree.
[piffle excised] Being an absolute partisan that you are, of course you will have to vote for him: Caitlyn Jenner announces run for governor of California.
Is not the definition of lawsuit contention? If the parties disagree, there's a case; [...]
Did Trump win or lose his re-election?
Is not the definition of lawsuit contention? If the parties disagree, there's a case; if their filings don't convince the judge it's "justiciable" it is tossed... But that the defendant finds the case frivolous means nothing, in and of itself.
The judge had previously called the Trump request "bizarre" and "very odd." On Thursday, he asked Trump's attorneys why the lawsuit wasn't filed before the election."The response that I heard today was the plaintiffs had too much going on, they couldn't pay attention to what issues were being raised in the state of Wisconsin," Ludwig said. "That strikes me as incredible."
Quote from: ersi on 2021-04-28, 20:44:16Did Trump win or lose his re-election?He of course lost! But that doesn't mean the irregularities and, in a few cases, flagrant violations of election laws, are forgiven and forgot: Some states have serious work to do...
Trump Derangement Syndrome persists...
The Republican downfall happened [...] when they decided lunacy was preferable to reality.
What, pray tell, is the "lunacy" of which you speak? (Try not to get all "intersectionality-ish" when you try to explain what you meant: Just the facts, man; just the facts.
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