There's no example you can give then? Okay.
Yeah; there are many other videos attempting to show how Chris Angel exhibits magic, but this is the one you chose to bolster your case. Meaning, this one is the best you could find among them that exist. Yet it fails to show any fraud.
These points also may seem obvious, but are worth mentioning because criticisms of humanism, hedonism, and utilitarianism involve a purposeful misunderstanding of them.
In this example, try imagining the ant to be of molecular size. The size a human would be on the real earth.
Because the stereotype of Viking helmets is much more cool than the reality? And you like reality. :-)
Now try actual reliable sources.
Just parroting you.
But by very definition one can only be deemed a racist if those actions are performed to assign said label. If you never do anything with those thoughts and such, you aren't labeled a racist. That is the nexus of this entire argument. To give you an example, if someone 'thinks' that children are sexually attractive and then broadcasts that desire on a public forum... Sure, they haven't performed any action that is par for discriminatory action technically. But you see how long they'll keep a job if they are interacting with children say as a teacher, day care attendant, or pediatrician etc where the main clientele is children. That is the same proponent when it comes to racism. If you are THINKING horrible thoughts about a group of people, you probably shouldn't be put in a position where how you think has the potential to harm them, impede their progress [say if you work in a corporate setting], or otherwise negatively affect their lives. This is what employers have to think about. If you work at Urban Outfitters and you happen to strip on a pole to make ends meet, because that action normally does not affect how you may view customers or how you interact with your coworkers, it is asinine to me to compare racism to something like homosexuality and/or stripping. Namely, I agree to a degree with your viewpoint, however, like most things in life, it's not a black/white scenario across the board.
well , Andy , I did not lie to you , did I ? as far as society is concerned , where is the lie ? Christians have no bias against anyone , the desire for Christians is that everyone should come to the sacrifice that Jesus made on the cross , do you perhaps , resent this ? if so , then I offer my apologies .
Of course we do. My friend & I we?re just discussing this today & agreed
Well, I would disagree & would enjoy debating that. The donkey was prophesied, it
Hey! Did anyone mention to you that your horses came up lame and WE WIN!!!!
"Yes, a trade war ... punching our allies in the face in favor of a tin pot dicator in North Korea who tortures his own people.. Nice Christian stuff" - posted by gree0232
Your favorite movie
"I cut you down"...
With respect to selfishness, I submit that 99.9999% of what we do, whether you're a theist or atheist, is selfish. Even most selfless acts are actually selfish, to some degree.
I'm not sure what they're trying to say here.....
So if I went into a library and asked this librarian to find me fifty or so books would that be wrong??????
Okey dokey though, you wanna get into the Red Terror for starters?
You are only supposed to lie to your boyfriend or husband. Not us...
I rather see their fear in understanding that the culprit will always be accurately revealed. No more hiding away. Or hoping for the best. Or having a good lawyer. Or not having enough evidence. Or evidence disappearing etc. etc.
That depends on whether the waffle iron is at my place or hers.
You also couldn't ethically test this anyways, not for humans at least.
She's a grown woman, correct? It's way past time that she act like it.
Lol good for you
This is about science and whether an anti-religious bias might be influencing some scientists. Not about whether there is proof for god.