« on: November 20, 2015, 09:29:47 am »
Oh man, i wish i had as much free time and boredom as the person that created the video.
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Is there a problem with being biased towards france? I have more in common with them. I read their philosophers and listeen to their nusic. Parts of my government is based of philophers from their country.
I owe them more then I owe any country in the middle east.
I'm guessing there's a lot of contributing factors. Some root and some incidental but there's one that nobody's talking about - advertising.
I don't mean using tits to sell soda, as has already been discussed, I mean sensationalist reporting of school shootings in tabloid media.
Most of us watch these with a mixture of fear and disgust but not the lone weirdo's. If you're living in your moms basement, not getting any tail and/or being bullied or shit and your head is mince, my bet is these reports are a call to arms.
School shootings are on the rise. 3 hour special, after the news. "Not for the faint hearted". Snowball effect in progress...
Just like America uses the excuse to invade other countries as "Defending our Freedom.", Christians like to fantasize about being prosecuted on a massive scale just so they can get a rain-check on freely abusing any group they want.
A rain check is where you get a ticket to buy something that is out of stock so that you can get it later at the reduced price. Christians have been spending persecution points on credit for centuries. We may be reaching the point where they start paying for that with interest. Some people want more than just the rights that have been denied them my Christians, they want the Christians to suffer, and if there's one thing that Christians love more than telling people how to live, it's a good, old-fashioned, self-fulfilling prophecy.
I'm okay with this. Once they notice the "RUB-A-DUB-DUB"s, this could lead to interesting interactions with the local pagans.Recent idea: go to out-of-the-way places in the middle of the night and chant ominously... That's a bit O:MFy though...
Around here, folks would just shrug and maybe shoot you.
Around here, people would just roll their eyes and think "ugh, Wiccans".
There is something really nasty about the "support for your side is conditional, based on politeness" narrative...