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FOS » 12 minutes ago » wrote: Eh...there were things that were similar but there were also things that were very different. 

It isn't difficult to explain why there were similarities. I believe that ethics comes from our genes...and it is a set of rules that...if followed by the common people...create a society that is capable of survival. 

There are also various rules followed by social groups of non human animals...and it is easy for scientists to conclude that it is evolved behavior because it benefits the survival of that species in some way.

But I guess because humans feel uncomfortable thinking of themselves aa apes...we are supposed to think that our own ethics transcends biology somehow. I think that is silly. 

But anyway it is interesting to note when various people had different ethics. For example monogamy vs polygamy. Such differences create different types of societies eith different strategies for group survival

Is genetic continuation the ultimate test of a race’s fitness?  If so, the blacks may be superior cuz their numbers keep growing while ours keep shrinking..
In the final analysis, it seems they may inherit the earth as we die out
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FOS » 9 minutes ago » wrote: And that is probably why you will never reach the higher levels of 'public' employment. At that point loyalty becomes more important than results.
And you assume that is what I want.. It is not. Why? 80 hour work weeks are not conducive to a healthy family life. Also, I like to go work and then leave it behind. 

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 Fox News crushes CNN, MSNBC viewership during second quarter as ‘The Five’ makes history | Fox News
Fox News Channel finished the second quarter of 2022 as cable’s 
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among both total and primetime viewers as "The Five" continued its unprecedented success during the news-heavy quarter.  Americans flocked to Fox News for the latest information and analysis during a tumultuous quarter of news that included Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, surging gas prices, the ongoing January 6 hearings, the horrific school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, and the 
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impartialobserver » 19 minutes ago » wrote: That runs contrary to men needing the comfort (real or perceived) of the group. My job is processing data. 140050010000000 becomes  14   005    001    000000 which then becomes Georgia   county    Floyd County  Total, All industries and on down the line. There is a defined end result to come out of the raw data. As long as I produce the desired decoded data and report... all is fine. No need to say the right thing to someone... no need for loyalty.
And that is probably why you will never reach the higher levels of 'public' employment. At that point loyalty becomes more important than results.
 
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I'm a little concerned about Pengwin. He more than once suggested that he didn't care if he died because he was in bad health. Crazytrain was just that, crazy. But I don't even think she's turned up on .org. Just curious about her.

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SJConspirator » 14 minutes ago » wrote: Vegas what you think of this freak Iamwoman.  I wonder when the lefty SJWs will come and defend the perversity

He is mentally ill...like all trannies. 
Rules for Veghead...aka Darth Evader...aka Askholio...aka coward:

Rule 1: No questions/demands allowed until you can prove that you habitually answer everyone else's questions the first time around.

Notice the bolded word. Answering one ot two questions is hardly habitual.

Rule 2: No more redundancy. Only people with severe low IQs say the same crap over and over. It''s due to a level 2+ deficiency.

Stipulations to abide by them :rofl: :rofl: You don't have a choice.

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SJConspirator » 28 minutes ago » wrote: why then, did all ancient religions on earth, independently of each other, come up with the same moral code as the foundation of their beliefs?  The golden rule was ubiquitous on the planet long before cultures had any contact with each other
Eh...there were things that were similar but there were also things that were very different. 

It isn't difficult to explain why there were similarities. I believe that ethics comes from our genes...and it is a set of rules that...if followed by the common people...create a society that is capable of survival. 

There are also various rules followed by social groups of non human animals...and it is easy for scientists to conclude that it is evolved behavior because it benefits the survival of that species in some way.

But I guess because humans feel uncomfortable thinking of themselves as apes...we are supposed to think that our own ethics transcends biology somehow. I think that is silly. 

But anyway it is interesting to note when various people had different ethics. For example monogamy vs polygamy. Such differences create different types of societies eith different strategies for group survival
 
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Vegas what you think of this freak Iamwoman.  I wonder when the lefty SJWs will come and defend the perversity
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SJConspirator » 22 minutes ago » wrote: you should care.. they were both trans, like you

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Rules for Veghead...aka Darth Evader...aka Askholio...aka coward:

Rule 1: No questions/demands allowed until you can prove that you habitually answer everyone else's questions the first time around.

Notice the bolded word. Answering one ot two questions is hardly habitual.

Rule 2: No more redundancy. Only people with severe low IQs say the same crap over and over. It''s due to a level 2+ deficiency.

Stipulations to abide by them :rofl: :rofl: You don't have a choice.

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Holdor » Today, 3:50 pm » wrote: Well you took the time to type the above, My question was Rhetorical, I know that is big word.
RHETORIC MEANS
lacking in sincerity or meaningful content

YOUR QUESTION IS VERY MUCH RHETORICAL


 
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FOS » 25 minutes ago » wrote: Well women can't be an island either. But sexual dimorphism is just biology.

For any social animal...including humans.. the alpha is male. And he is the one that gets to breed. This is obviously because you only need one man to get many women pregnant.

so we are innately programmed to seek alpha status.

That runs contrary to men needing the comfort (real or perceived) of the group. My job is processing data. 140050010000000 becomes  14   005    001    000000 which then becomes Georgia   county    Floyd County  Total, All industries and on down the line. There is a defined end result to come out of the raw data. As long as I produce the desired decoded data and report... all is fine. No need to say the right thing to someone... no need for loyalty. 

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you should care.. they were both trans, like you
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Rock » 37 minutes ago » wrote:  Although looking at that blast from the past you mention Pengwin and Crazytrain. Wonder what ever happened to them.
Who cares?

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ScottMon » Today, 9:37 am » wrote: Calling us baby killers is provocative and incorrect.  There is lot of differences between a fetus and baby.
No, it's PERFECTLY CORRECT!!!!

YOU LEFTARDS want UNFETTERED ACCESS TO ABORTION AT ANY DATE OF THE PREGNANCY!!!

PERIOD!!!

You are nothing more than MURDERING A$$HOLES with ZERO respect for HUMAN LIFE!!!

AND you will stoop to the lowest of levels to assure you keep your little BABY MURDERING FACTORIES alive and well!!!
Save the bees. Don't kill them, call a beekeeper when you see a Swarm. They are not going to sting you or harm you. Watch the pesticide use. We are losing 40-50% of our bees yearly due to pests and insecticides. Without them, our crops will not produce food.

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Taipan » 29 minutes ago » wrote: Let me explain myself.
I am Capt. of 100 Fighting White Men.
All men ......are equal in the eyes of God.     
Of all races.          Equal.

That........is why I seek the destruction of the Anti-White Racism movement.
I seek the death of Affirmative Action.

Will you help me?            
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impartialobserver » 29 minutes ago » wrote: It is my opinion that men strive to be part of a group more. Most can't be on an island, figuratively speaking, and not be a cog in some greater group.. Republican party, gun owners, etc. Hence, why they are more likely to be loyal and follow instructions to the highest degree possible. Can't be severing that link to the group. I am not one of those types. I work on an island, so to speak, and so do not need nor want the approval of someone other than my direct supervisor.
Well women can't be an island either. But sexual dimorphism is just biology.

For any social animal...including humans.. the alpha is male. And he is the one that gets to breed. This is obviously because you only need one man to get many women pregnant.

so we are innately programmed to seek alpha status.
 
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FOS » Today, 3:14 pm » wrote:

Once upon a time I suppose people got their ethics from church. But that seems vanishing rare today. 

Anyway...point is...nobody has their own 'unique' sense of ethics. It is all group think and it is all arbitrary.

The only way 2 people can have a discussion or a debate about ethics is if they happen to agree on the ultimate goal of ethics (say...going to heaven or something)

Those are the sorts of discussions that are amazingly rare...even on a political forum



why then, did all ancient religions on earth, independently of each other, come up with the same moral code as the foundation of their beliefs?  The golden rule was ubiquitous on the planet long before cultures had any contact with each other
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SJConspirator » 41 minutes ago » wrote: Ebonics test question

1000 negro babies is

A. A kilonig
B. An African dozen
C. just enough tar to finish my driveway
D. The entire future population of Rykers



Let me explain myself.
I am Capt. of 100 Fighting White Men.
All men ......are equal in the eyes of God.     
Of all races.          Equal.

That........is why I seek the destruction of the Anti-White Racism movement.
I seek the death of Affirmative Action.

Will you help me?            
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FOS » 39 minutes ago » wrote: Well you know...in my opinion our government is totally fake. Every politician is a puppet controlled by someone invisible. 

So it goes without saying that people high up are largely going to be selected for by trust...not skill.

There could be various reasons a man would be easier to trust than a woman. Status and sex matters more to men...and it is safer for a man to have a social relationship with a man man with a woman.

It is my opinion that men strive to be part of a group more. Most can't be on an island, figuratively speaking, and not be a cog in some greater group.. Republican party, gun owners, etc. Hence, why they are more likely to be loyal and follow instructions to the highest degree possible. Can't be severing that link to the group. I am not one of those types. I work on an island, so to speak, and so do not need nor want the approval of someone other than my direct supervisor. 

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SJConspirator » 31 minutes ago » wrote: Politics is extension of war by other means
Well exactly. A nazi political philosopher said the same. Politics exists whenever war is possible. 
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