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College Liberal Meme | CALLS CHRISTIANS HATEFUL, RACIST, BIGOTS AND SAYS SCRIPTURE IS FALSE SAYS "YOU CAN'T JUDGE ME" BECAUSE IT'S IN THE BIBLE | image tagged in memes,college liberal,liberal logic,liberal hypocrisy | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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12 ups, 1 reply
Exactly like come on people. You can't try to silence us and then use God's Word as a basis for your actions. That's so hypocritical.
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6 ups, 3 replies
Third World Skeptical Kid Meme | WHO IS TRYING TO SILENCE YOU | image tagged in memes,third world skeptical kid | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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8 ups, 1 reply
Every non religious person. Like you can have religion at home and at church but don't bring it into politics and the public sector.
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6 ups, 1 reply
Saying religion shouldn't be in the government is not the same as trying to silence you.
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7 ups, 1 reply
True but it's a way of silencing religion. It's a roundabout way of doing it so it's not direct.
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4 ups, 2 replies
Bringing religion into government has long been a way of silencing minorities and LGBTQ individuals.
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4 ups
... as well as silencing rapists and murderers and thieves, etc.

Like it or not, religion provides the the moral template from which our law - and everyone else's - is derived from. It also guides the cultural mindset, which is why ours is capable of evolving while certain others (guess which) remain ossified in ways that groups not exactly comfortable with the status quo would be mortified - and at times in terms of the original literal meaning of that word.

Our goverment didn't silence them, in fact, it enshrined their freedom to speak as a, um, God given right.

In the meantime, other countries have more corporeal means of eliminating them in accordance to their beliefs. Mind you, such beliefs and the resulting oppression is not exclusive to deist influenced goverments, as the brutal repression of atheistic communist countries has amply displayed.
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Very true.
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7 ups, 1 reply
Upvote if you get my joke...
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3 ups, 1 reply
A good majority of the leftist elite in Hollywood, the federal government, Islamic culture in general, most of the mainstream media, and local state governments such as California.

Outside of that, no silencing anywhere.
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3 ups, 1 reply
Examples of being "silenced"?
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8 ups, 1 reply
A government, or an entity or group that supports Islam, does not support Christianity. When homosexuals force a Christian baker out of business because he wouldn't cater a gay wedding (which he had every right to do), that's being silenced. It is an infringement on an individuals religious beliefs.
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3 ups, 1 reply
Would you say gay people are being silenced when they are denied marriage licenses by Kim Davis?
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4 ups
A privately owned business
IS NOT
A goverment worker refusing to do their job in accordance to its rules as set by the goverment
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10 ups, 3 replies
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3 ups, 2 replies
The real logical conclusion to moral relativism is for one's moral basis to be far different than the others. Otherwise, Christian Conservatives and Muslim Conservatives would all be killing those with different views.
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5 ups, 1 reply
Moral relativism claims that there is no right and no wrong. If nothing can be wrong then any action is permissible.

Nietzsche followed his philosophy to its logical conclusion by inflicting himself with syphilis and going insane. Hitler suscribed fully to nietzsche's philosophy and we all know what happened there. (Funny side fact: They were both Austrian but hated to be associated with it and wanted to be called German.) Stalin got mixed in with an anarchist group that fed him nietzsche's works when he was in seminary, which partly caused him to drop out (the other main reason was money.) Again, we all know what he did next.
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5 ups, 1 reply
Except not too many people are moral relativists to that extreme degree
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6 ups, 1 reply
Oh, I agree. But that just means they aren't abiding fully to their world view. If a moral relativist leads a moral life it's because they are mixing it with parts of the Judeo-Christian morality that they agree with and find in the society in which they live.

To be fair, an equal comparison is when a Christian sins. He or she is not living up to their own standards. And let me be the first to say that I am a terrible Christian. Just look at some of the memes I made. But I digress.

The point I am trying to make is; when you radicalize a moral relativist, you get an anarchist and a murderer like Stalin. When you radicalize a Christian, you get a Saint like Francis of Assisi.
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4 ups, 1 reply
When you radicalize a Christian, you get people like Shelly Shannon, Paul Jennings Hill, Scott Roeder and Eric Robert Rudolph.
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5 ups, 2 replies
No. I'm sorry but there is absolutely nothing Christian about what they did. Even though abortion is an inherent evil, so is murder, in the same degree of evil.
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4 ups, 1 reply
They have plenty of Bible verses to justify their actions as not being murder.
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Taking Bible verses out of context in order to prove a point is called proof texting and is an abuse of Scripture.
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3 ups, 2 replies
Then there would logically be nothing Muslim about ISIS.
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3 ups, 1 reply
Other than they call themselves Muslim.
2 ups
And the Christian terrorists Octavia mentioned call themselves Christians.
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4 ups
The Koran COMMANDS its followers to wage jihad on infidels and to kill them.

Also, referring to Christians committing acts of violence in the name of... excuses NEITHER Christian NOR Moslem.
If it's wrong, it's wrong, same standard. Using the wrong of one body to turn another's into right is merely openly utilizing hypocrisy as a manner of justification. Such duplicity does not make for a logical and cogent argument.
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4 ups, 2 replies
I hear this from the left all the time. Christian Conservatives aren't killing anyone.
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4 ups, 2 replies
Obviously because jailing people for homosexual intercourse is so much better.
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5 ups, 1 reply
Who's jailing gays for homosexual intercourse? Homosexuality and gay marriage is legal in every state.
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3 ups, 1 reply
Homosexual activity has only been legal in every state since Lawrence v Texas in 2003 ruled all anti-sodomy laws unconstitutional. Before that decision, numerous states did have laws against homosexual acts.

And people like Roy Moore and Bryan Fischer want it to be illegal again. And yes, some Christians in the US do want homosexuals put to death.
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8 ups, 1 reply
I'll say it again, Christian conservatives aren't killing anyone. There are no federal and state laws that are putting homosexuals to death in this country. And the individual Christians that want these laws in place, I would question their faith quite extensively.

Jesus Christ preached forgiveness and love for every individual, those living in sin or not. Someone claiming to follow Christ's teachings and don't follow it, are quite questionable.
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3 ups, 1 reply
For the third time, yes, Christian conservatives have killed people in the United States in the past few decades. Read my comment please. I listed four of them:
Scott Roeder
Paul Jennings Hill
Shelly Shannon
Eric Robert Rudolph

These are just four of the conservative, violently anti-abortion Christians who have committed murder and terrorism in the name of Christianity. If you say they aren't Christian, you're making a No True Scotsman fallacy, because they themselves have identified as Christian, and they have used the Bible (the holy book of Christianity) to justify their acts of murder and terrorism.

Yes, Jesus taught love and peace and all that stuff. So does that mean the Old Testament is no longer relevant?
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3 ups, 1 reply
This is fake news. Did they run in yelling deus vult or? Did they proclaim Jesus says this is ok or?
2 ups
Some of them belonged to a radical Christian terrorist group called the Army of God
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5 ups, 2 replies
Go to vatican city and tell the civilians youre gay.

Then go to Saudi Arabia and tell them you're gay.

Actually go to a mosque and tell them you're gay and ask to go in.

Then go to a church and tell them you're gay and see if they let you in.

But both religions are equally as horrible...

I really wish I knew you in real life, id drive you around the city and prove to you what you know is true, but are scared to except.
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2 ups, 1 reply
Eh.. one look at me and they'd be burning me on the stake. :P
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2 ups, 1 reply
On a scale of 1-10 how disappointed is your family in you.
Honestly.
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0 ups, 1 reply
Not disappointed. 1. Why this guessing that my family is disappointed in me?
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2 ups, 1 reply
I'm sure they are. Thanksgiving or Christmas get togethers. All the whispers and knowing the laughter is toward you.
Must be hard knowing you're a joke.
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LOL!! I love watching someone tear a troll a new one!
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Christianity and Islam are equally as horrible?
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2 ups
Actually yes, some are. Read my other comment. Scott Roeder was a Christian. Paul Jennings Hill was a Christian. Shelly Shannon was a Christian. Eric Robert Rudolph was a Christian.
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4 ups, 2 replies
Prayer and "God" have never been banned from public education. Students are allowed to pray as much as they want. The Supreme Court ruled that school officials like teachers cannot lead students in prayer (Engel v Vitale, 1962) or Bible reading (Abington v Schempp, 1963), because it is a clearly unconstitutional entanglement of government and religion. Intelligent design is barred from public schools for the same reason. Also, it's not science.

To say that mass murders have increased because of these court decisions is to make a logical fallacy called post hoc ergo propter hoc (after this, therefore because of this).

Arizona became a state in February 1912. Two months later, in April, the Titanic hit an iceberg and sank. Now, obviously, the Titanic sank BECAUSE of Arizona gaining statehood. It's makes perfect sense, right?
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6 ups, 3 replies
“Bible reading and prayer in school is a clearly unconstitutional entanglement of government and religion”. First of all, the constitution does NOT say anything about prohibiting Bible reading or prayer. The 1st amendment says “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.”
This nonsense about “separation of church and state” is not in the constitution and leading students in prayer or teaching principals from scripture is not establishing religion. The supreme a court may have interpreted the constitution this way but it is not “clearly” unconstitutional as you say.

Intelligent design is banned from schools because our education system is overrun by liberals who are afraid if students learn about other possibilities besides theories like evolution and the Big Bang, they might have a hard time convincing them that scientific theory is fact and cannot be questioned. Ironically they purposely withhold such information from their students in an environment where information should be shared and explored.

As for cause and effect, the same thing can be said about global warming. They use data showing increases in temperature coinciding with increases in carbon dioxide and say “see, man made carbon dioxide is causing global warming”. Meanwhile they conveniently (pun intended) forget about past periods of global warming that happened long before industry and automobiles were producing greenhouse gasses. But since the data fits their agenda, it’s talked about as if it’s an undisputed scientific fact. So, if you want to believe that the elimination of religious beliefs and morals from public education has nothing to do with the increase of people killing themselves and others as if there is no consequence, go ahead. But don’t try to chalk it up to “logical fantasy.”
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5 ups, 2 replies
There's no use in arguing with Octavia melody about Islam. He thinks thousands compared to 2 are the same and equal problems. He's what I call a liberal atheist pussy. He's all good with saying f**k Christians, news, etc, but when it comes to the obviously evil death cult of islam he can't help but to call you a bigot. He's a fake ass wussy agnostic. No balls.
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3 ups, 2 replies
Yes, Octavia seems to know everything. Maybe that’s why he’s so ignorant.
“The greatest enemy of learning is knowing.”
– John Maxwell
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3 ups
Great one.
What was the Reagan quote?
"its not that liberals are stupid, it's just that they know so much thatbisnt so."
I'm so sick of the left forcing their crackpot ideas on us, meanwhile telling mebmine don't matter. In 5 years Octavia will be lecturing us about how natural paedophilia is.
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You just think you do...
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2 ups, 1 reply
:)
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4 ups, 1 reply
That's fine bud. I actually feel bad for you. You drive a truck for 28-29 days out of the month and post on imgflip.
Congrats you have no life.
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3 ups
And you do? XD You work your job and post on imgflip, too :)
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Carbon dioxide isn't even really a greenhouse gas. It cannot trap heat. The real greenhouse gas is water vapor, but there is no way that environmentalists can convince people that water is bad (unless "Idiocracy" comes to fruition and they start to think water is just for the toilet). And I can't tell you how many times I've run into people who confuse carbon dioxide (CO2) with carbon monoxide (CO) and think it's toxic.
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3 ups, 1 reply
Here are some snippets from the Supreme Court case regarding prayer and Bible reading:

School District of Abington Township v. Schempp (1963) (regarding school-mandated prayer and Bible reading)

From Justice Clark's opinion of the Court:

"The trial court in (Schempp) has found that such an opening exercise is a religious ceremony and was intended by the State to be so. We agree with the trial court's finding as to the religious character of the exercises. Given that finding, the exercises and the law requiring them are in violation of the Establishment Clause..."

"(These exercises) are religious exercises, required by the States in violation of the command of the First Amendment that the Government maintain strict neutrality, neither aiding nor opposing religion."

"The place of religion in our society is an exalted one, achieved through a long tradition of reliance on the home, the church and the inviolable citadel of the individual heart and mind. We have come to recognize through bitter experience that it is not within the power of government to invade that citadel, whether its purpose or effect be to aid or oppose, to advance or retard. In the relationship between man and religion, the State is firmly committed to a position of neutrality."

Justice Douglas, concurring:

"These regimes violate the Establishment Clause in two different ways. In each case, the State is conducting a religious exercise; and, as the Court holds, that cannot be done without violating the "neutrality" required of the State..."

"(The Establishment Clause) also forbids the State to employ its facilities or funds in a way that gives any church, or all churches, greater strength in our society than it would have by relying on its members alone."
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3 ups, 1 reply
Justice Goldberg, concurring:

"The practices here involved do not fall within any sensible or acceptable concept of compelled or permitted accommodation, and involve the state so significantly and directly in the realm of the sectarian as to give rise to those very divisive influences and inhibitions of freedom which both religion clauses of the First Amendment preclude. The state has ordained and has utilized its facilities to engage in unmistakably religious exercises—the devotional reading and recitation of the Holy Bible—in a manner having substantial and significant import and impact...The pervasive religiosity and direct governmental involvement inhering in the prescription of prayer and Bible reading in the public schools, during and as part of the curricular day, involving young impressionable children whose school attendance is statutorily compelled, and utilizing the prestige, power, and influence of school administration, staff, and authority, cannot realistically be termed simply accommodation, and must fall within the interdiction of the First Amendment."

And no, intelligent design is prohibited in public schools because it's unscientific, and also because it is religious in nature. There is nothing in science that cannot be questioned. But an idea that is unscientific by its very nature has no place in a science classroom.
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4 ups, 1 reply
And because so many children were never taught about prayer and Biblical principals, like the sanctity of life, in the home or at church the past 50 years, we’re beginning to see the results of generations of people who don’t believe there is any postmortem consequences for how they lived their life and treated others. People who might have known better had these principals been taught and practiced in school like they used to be.

The secular education system teaches that murder is against the law and holds consequences of prison and in some cases capitol punishment . . . if you get caught. But when you’re severely depressed or psychotic and want to end it all — having never really been taught about God and how to communicate with him and about post mortal life or the final judgement — all you need to do is make sure you never get caught (I.e. kill yourself).

That’s all I’m saying about the removal of “religious” teachings from public education and the increase of murder suicides.
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2 ups, 1 reply
You seem to be implying that if people are not taught values and morals from the Bible in school, that they will never learn them. Isn't it the parents' job to teach these things to their children?
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5 ups, 1 reply
Yes, and more and more parents seem to totally rely on public education to teach and raise their kids for them. Thus, mor and more people grow up without these teachings ant never teach them to their kids. So, the cycle continues.

The number of people who attend church services regularly decreases every year. The government can’t expect parents and churches to take over teaching moral principals when they refuse to do it in public schools. It sends the message that religious values are not really important or just plain wrong to “brainwash” our children with.
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2 ups, 3 replies
Why must morals be taught from the Bible? Why can't children develop morals for themselves? Many atheists, in fact most atheists, have been proven capable to be moral without religious values set in place for them. If children are capable of developing their own moral senses, then it proves how intelligent a child can be without "God" guiding them.

"The number of people who attend church services regularly decreases every year."

That's because church costs money.

"The government can’t expect parents and churches to take over teaching moral principals when they refuse to do it in public schools. It sends the message that religious values are not really important or just plain wrong to 'brainwash' our children with."

Public schools aren't censoring religion. The Constitution states that public schools shouldn't teach children about God by mentioning that there is no official religion to the United States. It doesn't send the message that religious values aren't important (even though they really aren't), it sends the message that people of other religions exist and are humans too, and don't want to be forced to hear about the Bible while trying to learn.
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5 ups, 1 reply
Aheistic childen do not form their own moral values, they adopt them from the larger culture, which here is Christian. The similarity is not accidental.
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atheistic*
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3 ups, 1 reply
I’m not talking only about morals. Specifically about God and the Judement after death. That is not taught in school and children (and most adults) don’t develop this knowledge themselves.

Education costs money too. Money isn’t the reason people don’t attend church worship services.

When public schools are not allowing teachers to teach about God or the Bible, that’s censorship. Teachers aren’t allowed to teach from the Quran, Tanakh, Book of Mormon, etc. Teaching involves more than just reading from a book. It also requires practice and example. People don’t usually learn how to pray by reading a book on their own. The learn by participation, not by having a moment of silence.
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"Why can't children develop morals for themselves?" Um, yeah. That's like saying children don't need to be raised by parents. That would make children the perfect prey for predators who want to twist the children's easily-molded minds to suit the predators.
Church costs money? You can attend for free. Donating is voluntary.
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4 ups, 2 replies
Mass shootings in america have increased mainly because of transexuals.
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6 ups, 1 reply
Why so much hate?
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4 ups
Why not?
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8 ups, 2 replies
Cool story :D
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6 ups, 1 reply
XD XD
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6 ups, 1 reply
Thank you, my friend! :D
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4 ups, 1 reply
And thank you for commenting on my 'politically incorrect' meme. That dude is frightenly odious. I hope the country isn't saddled with his ilk in the future. :P
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5 ups, 1 reply
I normally downvote comments that insult people, but I made an exception in your case :p
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3 ups, 1 reply
;) I began to realize I was turning into Really F#cking Arrogant Ken so I dropped commenting to him, even though he's up-and-down my notifications this morning. I said enough as it was. Most of it got downvoted into 'low rated comment' anyway. I did upvote your last, very perceptive, picture comment. :)
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2 ups, 1 reply
:D
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I had to search to find this. You've been offending lots of troglodytes, O_M. :D
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5 ups, 1 reply
Lol. Thanks <3
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6 ups, 2 replies
I'm sure you treat everyone equally and fairly there. Maybe "Farmland" can learn how their management uses social media. Enjoy the rest of your shift!
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6 ups, 1 reply
She's surrounded by the meat of her political generation. XD
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5 ups, 1 reply
The meaty situation wasn't a real secret. imgflip.com/i/1trhyk
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5 ups, 2 replies
Yeah - the pathetic gasps of a 'dotard' generation. :D
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3 ups
My major was History, and I know history is a b!tch.
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0 ups, 1 reply
Your dotard parents must be so proud to have raised you.
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Due to their dotage they knew when this country was strong and why. And they're not fooled by the rantings of billionaire fool and his undereducated personality cult.
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3 ups, 1 reply
Lol.
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2 ups
“The Conservative Millennial” Allie Stuckey. Dumbness!
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4 ups
Yup, we need God and intelligent design to be in education to stop mass murders.
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:)
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2 ups, 1 reply
It's as if their spidey-senses start tingling if someone uses key words like "Christian", "Bible", and "LGBTQ" in a meme...
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2 ups, 1 reply
Add to that regularfeller. He went so far as to say that r*pe, murder, and genocide were permissible because there is no right and wrong in moral relativism.
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2 ups
Ugh! On the list he goes...
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i have no words, see this is why i dont associate with any religion positivley or negitively
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0MdK8hBkR3s
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4 ups, 1 reply
John Cena doesn't like hateful blind patriotism. I wonder if Natalie is an American.
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5 ups
Not by John Cena's standards. XD XD
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2 ups, 1 reply
Lol. The hand symbol he shows is our secret signal. Didn't you know that? Lol.
F**king normies don't follow the sacred digits.
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Now you're getting it grandpa.
Lol.
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Figures....lame is as lame does!
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Stop hanging around with Milo Y. then.
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3 ups, 1 reply
So in other words, you can't stand being around anyone who's different than you?
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