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Old 10-23-2017, 06:56 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Don't forget that Keith's response to accusations against Steelers players is a shrug and "I didn't hear about it", but then manages to hear about all the accusations against the Steelers main competitors.
Awwwww you though Keith would possibly maybe say he might be wrong about something. Youíre so cute.
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Old 10-23-2017, 07:16 PM   #22 (permalink)
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That CTE study is clear. Good parents don't let their kids play football. Current NFL players came to the game without the benefit of those studies. Future NFL players will all be the result of child abuse.

That said, my 16 year old cousin is one of the best wide receivers in the country, and I watch football every weekend.
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Old 10-23-2017, 07:18 PM   #23 (permalink)
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My own kids won't be involved with football in any way.

Let's be honest though, they've inherited their athletic talent from me, they'll be great programmers.
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Old 10-23-2017, 07:20 PM   #24 (permalink)
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Awwwww you though Keith would possibly maybe say he might be wrong about something. Youíre so cute.
I said Iím fine still watching football knowing thereís rapists and murderers playing, Goofy.
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By all accounts, there may be a couple of good men on any given football field. Those men do not deserve brain damage.
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Of course they don't deserve it, but I would assume there's no way around it.
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The mocumentary about Cycling, Tour De Pharmacy has Lance Armstrong in it in a "comical" role and it makes me feel the same way as putting Mel Gibson in a movie. The guy almost ruined the sport for fucks sake but lets make him look likable? Fuck off.



Armstrong is also doing podcasts now and did a daily one for the latest tour so he's still trying to earn money off of cycling too. Gross.
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Old 10-24-2017, 08:16 AM   #28 (permalink)
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There will always be a Star Trek analogy.
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Old 10-25-2017, 05:47 PM   #29 (permalink)
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(10 seconds googling - way longer to copy paste; but sure the New Testament Jesus is the best if you ignore what you don't like)
Sorry, Lanfear. I don't mean to pick on you. The misogynistic and pro-slavery quotes are Paul not Jesus, correct? Though Jesus certainly didn't speak out against slavery when he could have.

The "bring the sword" image is clearly metaphorical; Jesus portrayed himself a revolutionary of the soul cleaving the saved from the unsaved. Thusly tearing families apart. It's a common cult tactic (or potentially good advice to someone with a toxic family.)

He got physical with the money changers but generally opposed real physical violence when he had the chance.

Regarding the Canaanite woman; the Caananites and the Israelites hated each other at the time. The disciples were trying to shoo her away. Jesus did one of his little faith tests and then was cool. He was also unusual for chilling with the Samaritan woman at the well and similar. Super unracist in any plausible context.

I don't believe in the Nicene gospels or in the divine Jesus, but it's hard to read the gospels in the light of a superficial knowledge of a historical Jesus and the Roman occupation and not be impressed by this manic preacher.

Almost everyone in the Abarahamic religions is terrible. Moses was a dick and Mohammed deserved to be crucified but wasn't. Jesus was bonkers - which is part of the reason I like him so much - he had mood swings and delusions, but he was fundamentally good in a way that is rare in historical figures. He worked for free when normal healers charged.

Even Gautama didn't have Jesus's child-like humanity.
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Oh I do enjoy reading about manic cult leaders - there are a shitton of cool podcasts about them. Let me know if you need recommendations.

I don't usually try to defend them by saying 'nah he really didn't mean that part and I ignore this part because I don't like it and one of his main followers that is heavily featured in the book was mistaken but overall this story that was written years after by people who most likely never met that preacher is totes awesome and factual.

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