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john wayne | AND I THOUGHT THEM HIPPY BABY BOOMERS WERE BAD.. ...BUT AT LEAST THEY KNEW WHAT GENDER THEY WERE, WEREN’T OFFENDED BY EVERYTHING UNDER THE S | image tagged in john wayne,millennials,stupid liberals,offended,tide pods,gender identity | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Captain Picard Facepalm Meme | AND AT LEAST THEY WASN'T BEGGING THE GOVERNMENT TO TAKE AWAY THEIR RIGHTS | image tagged in memes,captain picard facepalm | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
I don't get it, nearly everyone says the government has too much control and power. And last year it was said how something needs to be done about Police having too much authority and power. And now they want them to have more power and control over their lives by begging them to take away the Second Amendment.

Brings a whole new realization to what it means when older people accuse my generation of being a generation of weakness.
(Yes, I am a millennial.) But not your typical one seen on the news begging to be striped of my rights for a perceived safe space!
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I am a millennial too...well a ”Xennial” more or less. I was born in that gray area between 1980 and 1985.
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WE SHOULD GO PROTEST THE OL TRADIN POST FOR NOT HAVING TIDEPODS | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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You forgot the condom snorting...
Which, had their parents used one, we would not have the problem to begin with.
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COMPLAINS ABOUT LIBERALS GETTING OFFENDED BY EVERYTHING GETS OFFENDED EVERY TIME SOMEONE DOESN'T AGREE WITH HIS RELIGIOUS BELIEFS | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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You say you don't believe in god, but that proves you really do, because you hate him! Checkmate, atheists!!!!!!!!!!
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And liberals often get offended when some one just mentions the word God in public.
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True
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I can't argue too much with you there, I have Christian beliefs but cannot align with many Christians and that's saddening. Believing Is one thing, but knowing what you're talking about in order to share your beliefs is another. I cringe when I see scripture taken out of context and wielded like a holy sword.
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I believe that's true of all groups: Christians, Jews, Muslims, atheists, etc. Every group has members who do a horrible job of representing the group as a whole and what it's supposed to stand for.
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I have always had the impression that a major influencer in your life was a person like that. Your have a better knowledge of the bible as an atheist than most Christians I know, which tells me you either went to a parochial school or had parents that took you to church multiple times a week when you were young. I even suspect you weren't forced, but then something changed the way you feel. An event, monumental in its either unfairness or senselessness. Then again I may not know jackshit :)
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My upbringing was pretty average. My parents were divorced but both were active in my life. My dad took me to a Lutheran church, my mom's dad took me to a contemporary Baptist church. I had to go every week, but I wasn't raised in an overbearing or forceful religious environment. No parochial school. I believed it growing up, although to what extent, I don't really know. But I did believe it. In my late teens I started to have doubts, so I began to study it more. The more I studied it, the more I came to realize the stories in the Bible didn't fit with the scientific evidence. This continued for a number of years, as my belief in god slipped away slowly (the god of the Bible, then deism, then pantheism). During this time I was reading books by Christian apologists, and I found their arguments and evidence to be horribly lacking and very unconvincing. Eventually I just had to admit to myself that my belief in any supernatural deity was completely gone. No deistic god. No pantheistic god. Nothing. I think I was 23 at the time.
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Here all along I was thinking your parents died in a horrible kitchen can opener accident while you looked on helplessly :)
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Haha :)
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Pretty much similar thing happened to me,the only difference being I went to Eastern Orthodox church,my parents aren't divorced and that my faith vanished when I was about 13 years old
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That is Ragnar from Vikings. A Pagan turned atheist holding a cross necklace. I wonder how many people that will offend. ;)

I personally don't care what someone else believes as long as it doesn't encourage violence. I am supposed to, I guess. But the way I see it if I can't convince someone with logic and hard evidence about an issue how can I convince them with spiritual matters? And besides, there are churches a hop skip and a jump from each other. If people want to go they know where to find one.

But just because there are dozens of churches that is supposed to teach Christianity, that doesn't mean they do. Quite often they pick and choose. Example: homosexuals is godawful but divorce / multiple relationships are ok as long as you limit yourself to one spouse per marriage. Because many people today teach that a husband of one wife means a husband with one wife currently. Regardless of how many he had before.

As I said before, I can give a long rant on hypocrisies. But all it will do is make people mad at me. XD
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On the one hand I would say that people holding different beliefs than me doesn't affect me (most of the time), but on the other hand if someone holds beliefs that I feel are incorrect, I feel at least a tiny bit of obligation to show them why I think they're wrong. Even though they are certainly entitled to their own beliefs, I wouldn't feel right allowing them to persist in what I believe to be erroneous views. Of course I only do that when the subject happens to come up.

The Vikings were certainly a religious people in their own right, so I can imagine that a Viking turned atheist would be met with a cold shoulder much the same way that Christians turned atheists like myself are often met with a cold shoulder in this society :)
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You'll always find hypocrisy if your looking for it. Its actually easier to spot when it occurs in someone that does have set core values because there is a visible line. The issue then becomes is it a decision to engage in hypocrisy, or a matter of ignorance.
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Upvote!!
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:D
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lmao
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The tag says "millennials", even though it was Generation Z that brought that upon us.
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Both did. There is no Gen Z tag neither
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Ok, so 48 kids eat tide pods, a superminority of trans people exist, and all of the sudden gen z is a bunch of snowflakes?
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I wouldn't say all of gen z are snowflakes. A lot of gen z are normies, some are hipsters, some are part of the meme community. Same with millennials, but millennials who aren't normies are a dying breed.
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Normie? :o
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Typical, conventional, everyday person. The massive percentage of the population that ostracizes others for being weird.
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;)
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NSFW video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-uv_WGEHr4I
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