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Posted by Technocrat
09 Dec 2015, 8:50 pm

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Sgt Bilko » 09 Dec 2015 7:48 pm wrote:
I guess logic is beyond Techs ability to understand. He makes a logic AND into a logic EXCLUSIVE OR.
Truth table.
input 1, input 2, output

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It is not the case if the antecedents are both true and the consequence is false.
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It is not the case that either antecedent is true and the consequence is false.
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EXCLUSIVE OR
It is not the case that if antecedents are the same and the consequence is true.
1 1 0
1 0 1
0 1 1
0 0 0

Did you learn anything Tech?



It is mutually exclusive. YOu can't say God has a son and the other religion says he has no son and both be true. You can't say God is Jesus and then have the others say Jesus isn't God and both be true. Again, the principle of non-contradiction is something you're totally oblivious to. A and not A can't be true simultaneously.

If Jesus is God he can't also be not God. Since Jews don't believe Jesus is God, part of God, nor born of God, clearly, their God is different. If he were the same, the god would have the same history of actions/events and natures. He'd have had a son, that son would be Him, etc. But they don't. So in their religion, their god has no son who is Him. If their religion has no god which has a son which is God, it's not the same being retard.

Logic isn't your strong suit, bro. You are literally saying two opposing claims are true.

Theology is gibberish.
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Posted by Technocrat
10 Dec 2015, 8:07 pm

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Christians can't tell the Bible from the Koran when given passages and quotes from it. Christians initially comment on how evil and barbaric the text is before they are shown it's the Bible. :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL:

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greatnpowerfuloz » 10 Dec 2015 7:25 pm wrote:

5 racist cops? Puleeze. They should be fired for being pussies. If they truly exist. Have any of them been willing to give their names?

Another question you'll run from.

. :rofl: Not only does Trump trash the US, now he's trashing foreign allies and even as he trashes Muslims, he has no problem doing business with rich Muslim countries.

http://www.pri.org/stories/2015-12-08/t ... -investors

http://home.bt.com/news/news-extra/davi ... 4027822751

http://abcnews.go.com/International/wir ... m-35664824

Good luck dragging those 5 racist pussies to the finish line, gimpy. I'll be waiting there with a stretcher for you.


You really got the mother fucking shit beat out of you by cops. It was deserved you cum guzzling cobwebbed cunt.
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Posted by Technocrat
10 Dec 2015, 8:28 pm

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Who is saying they are both right? We're talking what people believe.


Bilko is saying Christianity and Judaism have the same God. Clearly, they don't or else one or the other is wrong about said God.
This isn't difficult to grasp, bro. He has failed to answer my question as to whether A or B is wrong regarding God and he told me it's gibberish to say at least one must be wrong for both to have the same God.

Divergent ideas do indeed exist. You're trying to say that if two religions don't conflate ideas, then the religions are all nonsense. You're speaking nonsense. It's a silly, ridiculous argument that you want to make to dismiss and ridicule. And that's about all there is to it. :LOL:


No, that's not what I said. What i actually said was that it's nonsense to claim both religions have the same God and yet they have totally contradictory descriptions of said God, each claiming to be 100% true. Either one, the other, or both are wrong. Understand yet? What's nonsensical is handwaving it away and still claiming they have the same God despite the god described clearly not being the same.
At the same time, he claims Islam doesn't have the same God. Because reasons. And stuff. Clearly, having differences in Islam from Judaism and Christianity is totally enough to claim THEY don't have the same God, but man, if Jews and Christians say self-contradicting shit about God, that's okay because logic need not apply. Yea yea yea. Larry. I get it. What's good for the goose isn't good for the gander.

You only THINK I am speaking nonsense because you're intellectually numb and dishonestly straw manning what I actually said.
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10 Dec 2015, 9:03 pm

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golfboy » 10 Dec 2015 8:34 am wrote:
Technocrat » 10 Dec 2015 2:22 am wrote:
3/4ths of the numbered points above are totally irrelevant to whether Christianity has the same God as Judaism. The fact that the Roman Empire, for example, sporadically persecuted some Christians doesn't mean Judaism has the same God as Christianity's. It's just random factoids you keep listing in a wall-o-text.

I haven't been reading this thread so forgive me, but are you REALLY claiming that Judaism and Christianity worship different Gods?


This might be the first time I've seen you grasp the meaning of an OP. Well done.

Do Christians include Jesus in their image of God? Yes.

Do Jews? Most definitely not. They reject your Jesus or at least are still waiting for their savior to arrive. Guaranteed that when he does, they will not allow him to share God status with their God.

God cannot be a Trinity of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit AND a stand alone monothetic entity all at the same time.

Do the math. 3 does not equal 1. 1 does not equal 3.

Different Gods. You're either with Jesus or you're against him.

If you're a follower of the father of Abraham ( Yahweh/Jehovah ) then you are automatically in contention with the Trinity of the Father, the son and the holy spirit deity.

Ask a Jew, he'll tell ya. Then again, if you're licking his boots or sucking his circumcised member, it might be better not to bring it up.
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Posted by Technocrat
10 Dec 2015, 7:43 pm

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Dante also had the Pope in Hell while Pagans were in Limbo :P
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Posted by Henry_
11 Dec 2015, 4:11 pm

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U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders

Throughout history we have had demagogues who try to divert attention away from the real issues. Now we have Donald Trump who is trying to divide us up. That kind of stuff is not going to work in the United States of America.



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Posted by NeoConvict
11 Dec 2015, 6:45 pm

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According to the Holy Quran......

Women killed for unsubstantiated claims of rape (at least four male witnesses) ............. Check
Goats fucked but killed shortly after and given as gifts to enemy tribes........(Obama had goat at his inauguration).........Check
Most Muslims, from store clerk to nuclear physicist agree with Sharia law (the daily struggle) and Jihad (battle against non Islam)....Check
160 Million Muslims agree that violence is condoned and encouraged by Mohammed teachings.......Check

Muslims are doing a far better job emulating the life of their prophet than Christians.
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Posted by Karl
12 Dec 2015, 4:40 am

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A lot of times when ya mention "politics" lots of people say "what's" the difference...

Well conservatives believe in the Power of the "Individual" and that given the opportunity anybody can succeed ......

Liberals say you can't do anything on your own and the only way you can succeed is through the help of Big Government....

Conservatives believe in Equal "Opportunity"....

Liberals demand Equal " outcomes".......
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12 Dec 2015, 7:37 am

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Obummerstinks » 11 Dec 2015 11:21 pm wrote:
The left is sick in the head.....and clearly this crazy bitch has no clue what the word "irony" means.

ACLU Board Member Resigns After Urging People To Kill Supporters Of Trump

DENVER (CBS4)– A board member for the American Civil Liberties Union of Colorado has resigned after urging people to kill supporters of presidential candidate Donald Trump.

The post states, “The thing is, we have to really reach out to those who might consider voting for Trump and say, ‘This is Goebbels. This is the final solution. If you are voting for him I will have to shoot you before Election Day.’ They’re not going to listen to reason, so when justice is gone, there’s always force…”

http://denver.cbslocal.com/2015/12/11/a ... -of-trump/


She obviously never learned that lowering yourself down to the level of your opponents makes you no better than them. It's a temptation to do so and I can admit to going down there a time or two myself, but as Maya Angelou said:

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12 Dec 2015, 11:25 am

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The Bastard is trying to steal the "Attention Whore" crown from Str8t Vomit Nurse!

Lets just hand it to him, so he will be satisfied and we wont have to endure this crap any longer! :rofl:
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13 Dec 2015, 6:26 pm

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ANOTHER ROUND WON BY the LIBS! :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap:

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Posted by onlyaladd
13 Dec 2015, 10:26 pm

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Cannonpointer » 13 Dec 2015 9:14 pm wrote:

That's pretty funny - you agree with the guy and then offer to counter-point him.

As long as he doesn't cannon-point me, my butthole can rest easy.

It does amuse me that sometimes I feel like I could say the most basic truths about economics or anything else and people will argue simply because it's me saying it.

Let's try:
Puppies are young dogs.
(How long till golfboy calls me an idiot for that). Lol.
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14 Dec 2015, 12:56 am

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Cannonpointer » 13 Dec 2015 11:03 pm wrote:

This is precisely correct. I read only the three short paragraphs which I published from the Mother Jones link and had THAT much figured out. The actual issues against THAT PARTICULAR APPLICATION OF AA are laid out quite nicely by Scalia - which means the mother fucker was earning his goddamned paycheck.

I am REASONABLY CONFIDENT that he put hard questions to the other litigant, as well. If not, that's on him - and the subject of a different thread.


Really great to have an ADULT finally join this thread!!

If I started a thread for Technocrat and Henry to apologize to me, do you think they would??!!

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Fuck that. I buy my shit at Ikea.
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12 Dec 2015, 9:34 pm

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Inglorious Bastard » 12 Dec 2015 6:24 pm wrote:
Should you send your $20 to children overseas with flies all over them. Or should you help American kids first?

Should you take care of an American child before a Third World child??.......Answer either YES OR NO HERE. Any other is answer is spineless and dishonest.

Google University entities need not respond.

Spell checkers. Guess which word in the OP is not fully spelled. Find the spelling and grammatical errors. Time trials start Monday at The Google University Dodger Stadium.


Demanding yes or no answers is the ultimate in spineless and dishonest. Nothing is as thoughtlessly black and white as a yes or no answer.

It's now estimated that only 25% of the world's population procreate for the purpose of having children. Even those who traditionally strived for a quiverfull, are seeing the error of their ways. But sex still happens. The remaining 75% are given the choice between abortion and bringing the child into the world.

What would you advise them to do if they are unable to adequately support them?

I think abortion is an option, though a poor one. Charity is a stand in. As the wealthiest among us (some Western governments included) are armed with enough wealth to support every child in the world for the next 20 years through paying in taxes what they paid 20 years ago ,nevermind additional charitable contributing, do you think they should stop being so greedy or would you advise them to keep adding to their wealth and tell everyone else to fuck off? Or maybe you'd agree with me that it would be enough if the wealth and power brokers would simply release their stranglehold on the world's resources to enable everyone to benefit and prosper? Thirdly, would you advise both US and foreign families who are poor to abort or finally, let children starve or die of disease?

Those are the more honest and realistic choices.

As usual, you have failed to bring anything of real substance to the table which is not to say you won't get a lot of responses from those here who consider poverty to be a crime, regardless of what country the poor live in.

America is wealthy beyond belief. Even the poor are wealthy in comparison to those in some 3rd world countries. I would see my money go to those who need it most. I'm a humanist, not a nationalist so my answer should not come as a shock to the flag waving fascists here.
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14 Dec 2015, 3:09 pm

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Cannonpointer » 14 Dec 2015 2:03 pm wrote:

Correct - but a "librul big siddy" according to buttfuck.

And don't fucking get me started about that "librul" heartland city, Cincinnati - there'll be rain on the sacarecrow, blood on the plow.

Cincinnati: San Francisco of the midwest right?
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Posted by Vegas
14 Dec 2015, 8:25 pm

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I have to agree with Rebel's latest thread about accepting the refugees. Look, I know Ive pissed off a lot of my fellow cons...but oh well. I have no interest in blending with the mass. If you are wrong, then you are wrong. Most conservatives are Christian. When in doubt, I always ask "what would Christ do?" Personally, I think if you have to even ask in a case like the refugees, then you may need to ask what the hell do you think about while in church. Football? I mean seriously, what do you guys hear when the pastor is talking? If all you hear is "blah...blah...blah..." then you could at least have the decency to get the fuck out of the way of those who really practice Christ's message.

Nonetheless, try visualizing Christ in front of the refugees. In your opinion, what do you hear him saying and what do you see him doing?

As far as my answer, it's pretty fucking obvious. Do I really need to whip out the New Testament to figure this one out? Of course he would be helping them. Duh. Now I already know what you all are going to say. "Christ wouldn't want us to help terrorists..." "Christ wouldn't want us to take the chance of allowing even a small % of them in that plan on doing us harm..." "Christ would want us to help our own first, which we don't." Though, these are valid concerns, think about this:

1. If our own need help, then get off your fucking ass and help them. Is there some law out there that prevents Americans from helping Americans? Is there a law that prevents Christians from helping fellow Americans? Go fucking help them you stupid cunts. Nobody will stop you. Do you need the governments permission or something?

2. Statistics show that we are more in danger of killing each other than we are with foreigners killing us. Maybe you all should be less afraid of foreigners and more concerned about the hatred Americans have for Americans. I still cant figure out this logic. When in war, blacks and whites fight side by side. In civilian life, blacks and whites are skeptical of each other. Ill never figure that shit out.


Anyway, let the rebuking begin. Cons, if you are a Christian, then fucking act like it.
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http://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2015/12 ... s-d12.html

The implications of the changes in American social life indicated by the findings recently published by the Pew Research Center on the sharp decline in the number of middle-income households are enormous. The data revealed that, by Pew’s definition, middle-income households for the first time no longer constituted the majority of American society.
The figures are remarkable. The share of the national wealth accruing to middle-income households, the study reported, was 43 percent in 2014, down from 62 percent in 1970. The median wealth of middle-income households has fallen by 28 percent over the past decade and a half. The share of income going to upper-income households has risen from 29 percent to 49 percent over the same period.

The Pew report is only the latest in a series of studies pointing to the malignant class divide in American society. The US economy has been transformed over the past four decades entirely to the benefit of the corporate-financial aristocracy. Only the very, very rich have prospered. America is now a full-blown plutocracy.
The great majority of the population has experienced an unrelenting deterioration in income, benefits and conditions of life.

The very poorest have suffered the most. Many survive on next to nothing. One in 50 Americans has no income at all and lives on food stamps. Fifty million people are food insecure on an annual basis. Fifteen million people in the US earn $10 an hour or less. In terms of purchasing power, the annual income of a minimum wage earner has declined by 32 percent since 1968.
A “fair day’s pay” and a “decent job” are things of the past for most of the population. Workers in industry, union or nonunion, have been pummeled in recent decades. The experience of the autoworkers, whose starting pay has been halved and benefits eviscerated, is one of the sharpest expressions of a generalized process.
A sizable portion of what was once considered the solid American middle class, as the Pew data suggests, faces increasingly precarious and straitened circumstances: managers, administrators, technicians, health care professionals, high-tech workers, office workers of every type and description.

To provide only a few examples of some of the once better-off groups:
The Coalition on the Academic Workforce reports that as of 2009, 75 percent of the instructional workforce of nearly 1.8 million in two- and four-year institutions of higher education in the US “were employed in contingent positions off the tenure track… Although most faculty members serving in contingent positions hold a master’s degree or higher and almost all hold at least a baccalaureate degree, their earnings are not remotely commensurate with their training and education.”

One commentator refers to the “growing proletarianization of legal careers.” He continues: “Little by little, the professional in the liberal tradition leaves the scene. The legal professional is increasingly an employee—of the state as a judge, a prosecutor, or a public defender; of large business; or of a law firm.” Another speaks of physicians’ “loss of political, economic, and cultural authority.”

The ruling elite in the US and its apologists in the media and the trade unions have been peddling the myth of the “great American middle class” since the 1950s. This was part of the struggle against the influence of socialism. One cultural commentator notes that the fact that the American middle class was large and would continue to get larger “was one of the nation’s proudest achievements” and was “also ammunition against communism.”

At the height of American capitalism’s affluence, a host of shallow, self-serving observers proclaimed the failure of Marxism. Ben Wattenberg, an author and commentator associated with leading Democratic politicians in the 1960s and 1970s, smugly claimed that contrary to Marx, “the American working class…became the middle class.”
Stewart Alsop, a Newsweek columnist, commented in 1969, “Something has happened in this country which, as any good Marxist will tell you, can’t happen…the proletariat has become bourgeois.”

This line of reasoning, of course, was also the basis for “New Left” protest politics and remains a staple of the pseudo-left today.
The argument that America was a middle class-dominated society was always a lie, even at the height of the postwar boom, concealing the brutalities of the class struggle. Now such claims stand completely exposed by the course of social evolution.

Marxists have long analyzed these developments and foreseen their consequences. Almost exactly 17 years ago, on December 21, 1998, in response to the impeachment of Bill Clinton, the World Socialist Web Siteeditorial board posted a statement, “Is America drifting towards civil war?” The statement argued that the crisis in Washington arose “from an interaction of complex political, social and economic processes,” and that bourgeois democracy was “breaking down beneath the weight of accumulated and increasingly insoluble contradictions.”
The editorial board pointed, above all, to “the proletarianization of vast strata of American society, the decay in the size and economic influence of the traditional middle classes, and the growth of social inequality, reflected in the staggering disparities in the distribution of both wealth and income.” Large numbers “of white-collar, professional and middle management workers have been affected by corporate downsizing and restructuring, with their salaries, benefits and job security dramatically eroded.”

The WSWS statement continued: “The unprecedented degree of social inequality imparts terrific tensions to society. There is a vast chasm between the wealthy and the working masses that is hardly mediated by a middle class. The intermediate layers which once provided a social buffer, and which constitute the main base of support for bourgeois democracy, can no longer play that role.”

This analysis was absolutely correct, and more than a decade-and-a-half of ever greater appropriation of the national wealth by the top fraction of the super-rich, under both the Bush and Obama administrations, has only imparted greater ferocity and bitterness to those “terrific tensions.”
The seismic socioeconomic shifts have objectively and decisively undermined the basis for bourgeois democracy. It is a commonplace that a stable middle class is the necessary foundation of any parliamentary system.

As part of the general unraveling, the American ruling elite has itself undergone a transformation. It relies more and more for its wealth and privileges on financial swindling and manipulation. A relatively small section of the upper-middle class has also benefited from the stock market bonanza and other forms of parasitism.
Ruthlessly determined to defend every penny of their ill-gotten gains, the ruling elite and its political representatives in the two major parties have moved dramatically to the right. The American establishment, openly in some cases, more discreetly in others, is actively working to establish authoritarian, police state dictatorship. This reactionary drive goes hand in hand with militarism and a policy of endless global warfare.

The rise of a fascistic element is personified by the ignoramus-billionaire Donald Trump. His xenophobia and occasional populist demagogy are part of an effort to channel the outrage and fears of desperate, unstable sections of the petty-bourgeoisie, in particular, in a deeply reactionary direction. The emergence of such a tendency is a serious warning to the working class, against whom its blows will ultimately be aimed.

The polarization of American society into a fabulously wealthy elite, at one end, and broad sections of the population who depend on a wage (at best), at the other, sets the stage for convulsive struggles. The Pew statistics and all the figures on deepening social inequality lead to one overwhelming political reality: there is no reform solution to the crisis of American capitalism.

The putrefaction of American capitalism is producing not only Trumps and Carsons, and, for that matter, Obamas, it is preparing a mass revolt by the working population. What is becoming an open rebellion of autoworkers against the companies and the union, behind which stands the state, belongs to the same historical moment. The bourgeoisie offers poverty, dictatorship and war. The working class will find a way out of its impasse through revolution.
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Redrock » 14 Dec 2015 10:36 pm wrote:
Much of it boils down to the fact that conservatives grow weary of all the freeloaders who refuse to take the responsibility of taking care of themselves, and liberals who turn a blind eye to it all.


Who gives a fuck what right wing whiners grow weary of. You small minded, violence loving, racist little pricks need to know your place in civilized society, at least until we can figure out how to keep you from breeding.
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