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This is a world wide pandemic.
p-nullifidian comments on Feb 19, 2021:
The trend has always been that the inhabitants of a country in which an advancement was made benefit from them first. One could argue that until herd immunity is achieved in the country of development, vaccines should not be widely exported, particularly in light of the fact that the costs are borne...
p-nullifidian replies on Feb 21, 2021:
@Triphid What information do you have that contradicts the consensus held by the NIH, CDC, Mayo Clinic and infectious disease experts, worldwide?
Meanwhile...
barjoe comments on Feb 19, 2021:
Where's Rush Limbaugh?
p-nullifidian replies on Feb 19, 2021:
Not sure, but maybe the esteemed and noble senator from Texas will locate him?
Hooray for NASA.
DenoPenno comments on Feb 18, 2021:
In some Evangelical circles this would be no surprise. They believe Lucifer was "cast down" and ended up influencing people on Earth, but before that he was the main personage of Mars. Wanting to overthrow god he ended up here and Mars may hold remnants of the once great civilization there. Mars is ...
p-nullifidian replies on Feb 19, 2021:
@PadraicM Nope, sorry, God made bananas to fit in our hands ... along with a few other things, evidently. ;-)
Confirm or deny.
Canndue comments on Feb 19, 2021:
For a virgin? Why give all that up for an unknown rookie. Gimme a mature experienced woman any day....
p-nullifidian replies on Feb 19, 2021:
A wise man once made a similar point! ;-) "And as in the dark all Cats are grey, the Pleasure of corporal Enjoyment with an old Woman is at least equal, and frequently superior, every Knack being by Practice capable of Improvement." Benjamin Franklin, "Advice to Friend on Choosing a Mistress" (1745)
Government teaming up with businesses is the greatest evil [childrenshealthdefense.org]
p-nullifidian comments on Feb 16, 2021:
Robert Kennedy, Jr? Now there’s a credible source, if you like antivaxxer, conspiracy theorist nut jobs, that is!
p-nullifidian replies on Feb 19, 2021:
@Thirst2learn Regretably, your source is extremely biased and nonscientific. Founded by that paragon of scientific reason, once again, Robert Kennedy Jr., it is clear The Defender has an axe to grind! If you wish to remain true to your nom de plume, please consult and reference studies, journals and articles that rely on the scientific method when making a point about science. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Children%27s_Health_Defense
Government teaming up with businesses is the greatest evil [childrenshealthdefense.org]
p-nullifidian comments on Feb 16, 2021:
Robert Kennedy, Jr? Now there’s a credible source, if you like antivaxxer, conspiracy theorist nut jobs, that is!
p-nullifidian replies on Feb 18, 2021:
@Thirst2learn I wasn't able to open the link.
Government teaming up with businesses is the greatest evil [childrenshealthdefense.org]
p-nullifidian comments on Feb 16, 2021:
Robert Kennedy, Jr? Now there’s a credible source, if you like antivaxxer, conspiracy theorist nut jobs, that is!
p-nullifidian replies on Feb 18, 2021:
@Thirst2learn The science is clear on the efficacy of vaccines. Would you seriously recommend ignoring the advice of experts at CDC, NIH and FDA, to name just a few institutions, over that of crackpot theorists and unscientific fear mongers? Perhaps you would have us return to the 17th century when 60% of children never made it past the age of 16? Here's a link or two, as requested, but then, you can Google and Google Scholar for studies as well as I. https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/nejmoa052664 https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0953620513010194 https://www.thelancet.com/pdfs/journals/lancet/PIIS0140673697043341.pdf
If You Had To Choose?
p-nullifidian comments on Feb 15, 2021:
Buddhism ... more of a philosophy than a religious faith, 'his holiness' the Dalai Lama notwithstanding.
p-nullifidian replies on Feb 16, 2021:
@waitingforgodo Touché, coup fourré, bonne journée!
Government teaming up with businesses is the greatest evil [childrenshealthdefense.org]
p-nullifidian comments on Feb 16, 2021:
Robert Kennedy, Jr? Now there’s a credible source, if you like antivaxxer, conspiracy theorist nut jobs, that is!
p-nullifidian replies on Feb 16, 2021:
@Thirst2learn Sorry, but I don't trust any such thing. It's not a label but the repeated drum beat of railing against vaccines and, without any scientific evidence, asserting a causal link between autism and childhood immunizations. And this trope against Gates is a tired QAnon style rant. A critical thinker and a skeptic Robert Kennedy, Jr. is not!
Why does the number seven appear in the Bible 735 times.
LenHazell53 comments on Feb 16, 2021:
Again it is a Hebrew pun Seven in Hebrew is either Sheev-ah (M) or sheh-vah ( F) however Shehah means to experience, experienced, OR known in the biblical sense. Which fits in nicely with the ancient beliefs that god masturbated the universe in to existence, so it is no wonder the lord rested on ...
p-nullifidian replies on Feb 16, 2021:
So we are all God's ejaculate?!! And here I thought we were all made of stars. Thank you for introducing me to a new concept! ;-)
If You Had To Choose?
p-nullifidian comments on Feb 15, 2021:
Buddhism ... more of a philosophy than a religious faith, 'his holiness' the Dalai Lama notwithstanding.
p-nullifidian replies on Feb 16, 2021:
@waitingforgodo It beggars belief indeed that the Oxford dictionary makes perfectly proper punctuation it’s god! ;-)
A bit of hypocrisy by Matt Dillahunty?
p-nullifidian comments on Feb 12, 2021:
There were already abolitionists writing and speaking out against slavery during the 18th century, though they were a minority. The most strident opponents of slavery viewed this 'institution' as a sin against God and man, and tended to be Quakers. But these views were clearly not respected by ...
p-nullifidian replies on Feb 13, 2021:
@redbai Not my choices. The discussion has drifted. A concern was raised regarding the 'loop hole' in the Constitution for slavery while imprisoned. I inferred that executions might occupy a higher priority than forced labor in prisons. If we are now asked to look at incarceration in general, a new can of worms must be opened.
A bit of hypocrisy by Matt Dillahunty?
p-nullifidian comments on Feb 12, 2021:
There were already abolitionists writing and speaking out against slavery during the 18th century, though they were a minority. The most strident opponents of slavery viewed this 'institution' as a sin against God and man, and tended to be Quakers. But these views were clearly not respected by ...
p-nullifidian replies on Feb 12, 2021:
@Rossy92 And I was just trying to say that slavery during imprisonment, as imposed by the state, is not a greater moral issue than capital punishment.
A bit of hypocrisy by Matt Dillahunty?
Rossy92 comments on Feb 12, 2021:
First, how can one have the same expectation of moral perfection of humans vs. an alleged all-powerful, all-knowing, all-benevolent, God? Second, he openly admits to it being a flawed document? Third, one has to consider the totality of its content, and you seem to be overgeneralizing.
p-nullifidian replies on Feb 12, 2021:
@Rossy92 I recognize levels of degree, certainly. The Constitution, however, has been amended, and is open to such, unlike the Bible. Despite the Constitution's flaws, its trajectory over time has, on the whole, been one of broadening the rights of the people, as the 13th, 14th, 19th and 26th Amendments attest. The Constitution, as both document and process, is morally superior to the Bible, IMO.
A bit of hypocrisy by Matt Dillahunty?
p-nullifidian comments on Feb 12, 2021:
There were already abolitionists writing and speaking out against slavery during the 18th century, though they were a minority. The most strident opponents of slavery viewed this 'institution' as a sin against God and man, and tended to be Quakers. But these views were clearly not respected by ...
p-nullifidian replies on Feb 12, 2021:
@redbai Good point, although if we go there and say that the State has no right to force anyone to work as a slave, even when imprisoned, then we must first address the elephant in the room: depriving a prisoner of their life!
A bit of hypocrisy by Matt Dillahunty?
p-nullifidian comments on Feb 12, 2021:
There were already abolitionists writing and speaking out against slavery during the 18th century, though they were a minority. The most strident opponents of slavery viewed this 'institution' as a sin against God and man, and tended to be Quakers. But these views were clearly not respected by ...
p-nullifidian replies on Feb 12, 2021:
@redbai I would be satisfied with an amendment. Something simple, like Article 1 of 21st Amendment to the Constitution, repealing Prohibition: "The eighteenth article of amendment to the Constitution of the United States is hereby repealed." One can't change the past or erase history, but how much better might the world be if somewhere in the Bible, even in that bizarre book called Revelations, the author banned the practice of enslaving others, along with condeming the vast number of moral outrages either supported or ordered throughout the pages of that wretched book?!
A bit of hypocrisy by Matt Dillahunty?
Rossy92 comments on Feb 12, 2021:
First, how can one have the same expectation of moral perfection of humans vs. an alleged all-powerful, all-knowing, all-benevolent, God? Second, he openly admits to it being a flawed document? Third, one has to consider the totality of its content, and you seem to be overgeneralizing.
p-nullifidian replies on Feb 12, 2021:
"First, how can one have the same expectation of moral perfection of humans vs. an alleged all-powerful, all-knowing, all-benevolent, God?" At least two facets of this God are established from his so-called 'inspired' word: 1) that he lacks the "Four Omni's" (omniscient, omnipotent, omnipresent & omnibenevolent) his supporters still attribute to him; and 2) that he is one of the most immoral creatures ever created by man.
Are you a determinist or not?
skado comments on Feb 11, 2021:
Neither. I’m a compatibilist. https://youtu.be/joCOWaaTj4A
p-nullifidian replies on Feb 11, 2021:
Excellent share! Dan Dennett is the least strident atheist speaker / author I know of. I used to watch Closer to Truth, but after many seasons and thousands of interviews, it seemed Dr. Kuhn never got any closer. ;-)
I see many people in other social media platforms having their families very sick cuz Covid so they ...
LenHazell53 comments on Feb 11, 2021:
Their logic is beyond stupid. *God made all things therefore god made covid* **Why?** *Covid is not good so covid must be a punishment* **for what?** *We have no idea, but god must have his reasons, everything he does has a reason* **What's to be done?** *PRAY, for mercy and for the ...
p-nullifidian replies on Feb 11, 2021:
Yes, their God is the utlimate narcissist, the biggest dick of all.
Christian “Prophet”: Trump Will Be Back in the White House as President by June | Hemant Mehta |...
Organist1 comments on Feb 10, 2021:
No -he just confused the word "white" with the word "big".
p-nullifidian replies on Feb 11, 2021:
Good one! And Jansen appears to belong in a different kind of house. ;-)
Desmond Tutu.
Heavykevy1985 comments on Feb 9, 2021:
Arab slave traders were just as worse. They would castrate the male slaves and breed the female slaves.
p-nullifidian replies on Feb 11, 2021:
@fishline79 Yeah, you know ... opposite of 'just as best.' ;-)
So, this morning in my email i receive a strongly-worded punishment from Admin about my remark on ...
Apunzelle comments on Feb 8, 2021:
Now I’m dying to know what Daffy Duck of all “people” has said that’s reprimand worthy. 😄
p-nullifidian replies on Feb 8, 2021:
@AnneWimsey You're the second example I've seen recently of Big Brother objecting to the word "stupid" in a post. When considering this infantile reaction, two famous quotes come to mind: "Stupid is as stupid does." Forrest Gump "You can't fix stupid." Ron White
do black people feel stupid praying to a white Jesus? does anybody know? Dave?
p-nullifidian comments on Feb 7, 2021:
"Dave's not here, man."
p-nullifidian replies on Feb 8, 2021:
@SageDave @DangerDave Well, I'm not opening up for either of you unless you've got 'the stuff.' ;-)
Nobody wants to go to a liberal shithole so they are paying people to go there.
p-nullifidian comments on Feb 5, 2021:
Is there a political point to be made here, or just lowbrow name calling?
p-nullifidian replies on Feb 7, 2021:
@Thirst2learn I think the example of North Korea as a supreme 'shithole' nation is universally accepted, but we both know that was not one of the countries listed as a source of immigration when the offensive label was used. Be that as it may, wouldn't you rather engage in a discussion of ideas and concepts than hurl epithets, or has your Thirst2learn dried up?
Nobody wants to go to a liberal shithole so they are paying people to go there.
p-nullifidian comments on Feb 5, 2021:
Is there a political point to be made here, or just lowbrow name calling?
p-nullifidian replies on Feb 6, 2021:
@PBuck0145, @Thirst2learn Is it really necessary to use 'shithole' language when assailing regions of the country with whose majority you disagree? It reminds me of a former president who used the very same language when referring to countries he disapproved of. Perhaps it's time to graduate to a level of discourse that doesn't include ad hominems and vituperative vitriol? Ideas and concepts are more important than those who espouse them.
Nobody wants to go to a liberal shithole so they are paying people to go there.
p-nullifidian comments on Feb 5, 2021:
Is there a political point to be made here, or just lowbrow name calling?
p-nullifidian replies on Feb 6, 2021:
@PBuck0145 As a native "shitholian," it seems to me that arguing over the cause of suffering tourism in our state in the midst of a global pandemic is a bit like trying to rearrange the deck furniture on the Titanic. ;-)
I sometimes wonder what people who call themselves Christians or Jews think of stories of genocide ...
p-nullifidian comments on Feb 4, 2021:
Well stated, indeed! Wars of extermination were "God's creation." Few devout Christians or Jews would countenance such behavior today. Even the pagans had better morals than this. Did any Caesar order such a command as Jehovah's? "...in the cities of the nations the Lord your God is giving you ...
p-nullifidian replies on Feb 4, 2021:
@Behind-the-dog I learned of him through an obscure website by Mike Earl (http://reasonworks.com/audio/the_gods_1.mp3) whose recorded readings of Ingersoll's best lectures I eagerly listened to as I began my journey into faithlessness. Ingersoll introduced (or, reintroduced) me to my avatar, Thomas Paine, one of the most underappreciated Founding Fathers. Susan Jacoby has written an excellent book, "The Great Agnostic: Robert Ingersoll and American Freethought," which I commend to you. Peace.
Don't you just hate it when your backend is unhealthy?
barjoe comments on Feb 4, 2021:
*This error appears when custom health checks report a backend as down. It typically occurs when a Fastly edge server receives a client request and must make a request to your origin, but because the backend is considered unhealthy, Fastly doesn't try to send the request at all.* Reboot your Wi-Fi ...
p-nullifidian replies on Feb 4, 2021:
@barjoe Hard to believe this of such a prominent radio station as KCBS, San Francisco!
Don't you just hate it when your backend is unhealthy?
barjoe comments on Feb 4, 2021:
*This error appears when custom health checks report a backend as down. It typically occurs when a Fastly edge server receives a client request and must make a request to your origin, but because the backend is considered unhealthy, Fastly doesn't try to send the request at all.* Reboot your Wi-Fi ...
p-nullifidian replies on Feb 4, 2021:
Guru Mediation, on the other hand, sounds like something you'd find at an ashram.
What's with all these markers along the highways that show where someone died?
p-nullifidian comments on Feb 4, 2021:
You have a dark sense of humor ... one that makes me snicker! Seriously, those roadside homemade crosses serve as a reminder to drive only when sober and well-rested, within the speed limit (or as the weather allows) and to ignore your damn phones! ;-)
p-nullifidian replies on Feb 4, 2021:
@DenoPenno There are three such family-made markers within a few miles of my house, all of which were from crashes by inebriated young people, and there's a significant makeshift shrine with flowers (and balloons even) near my mother's home in the Sierra Foothills, following the tragic death of a young mother and her 3rd grade son who were killed when she crossed into the opposite lane while texting. I didn't mean to imply that all roadside markers come from such mistakes, but when I see one I am simply reminded never to drive impaired or distracted.
I've seen alot of posts on here about how most christians do not read the bible and don't truly ...
kiramea comments on Feb 3, 2021:
I was raised Catholic. During most of that time I was discouraged from reading the Bible from both the priest and my parents. I was supposed to take the priest's word on what the Bible said. Even at a young age, that did not fly. I changed faiths and became a Baptist (my best friend was a ...
p-nullifidian replies on Feb 3, 2021:
Thanks to Gutenberg, the Bible was made available to lay people, many of whom joined in the Protestant Reformation. The clergy has always been fearful that the laity would, through reading, form their own opinions on a given matter. During the final years of my personal journey of losing faith, I earnestly began to read the Bible for the first time since my youth, and that's all it took to turn me into a nonbeliever!
There's a difference between "belief" and "working assumption".
p-nullifidian comments on Feb 1, 2021:
In my experience, beliefs don't require emotions, but personal assumptions almost demand them. I believe the sun will rise, as predicted, tomorrow--I have never seen or heard of a day when this did not happen, and I have no reason to doubt this belief. I have a working assumption that when I ...
p-nullifidian replies on Feb 2, 2021:
@skado Got it, and I now understand where you were heading with this. I too become outraged when my beliefs are challenged. For example, to say that I'm emotionally attached to my belief that the world is NOT flat would be an understatement. I worked for many years in satellite operations and was once directly challenged by a flat-earther to 'defend' my belief that the world is spherical. Suffice to say, my blood boils when my model of the Earth, which leads inevitably to a faked Apollo program, is even questioned! How these idiot assholes are given a seat at the table can only be explained by the recent popularity to deny facts and the lunacy that is all-too-common on the internet. On the other hand, my working assumption that all religions are and were fabricated by humans without the aid of a so-called 'supreme being' is always open to new evidence, without prejudice. Bring it on! ;-)
"We keep on being told that religion, whatever its imperfections, at least instills morality.
bbyrd009 comments on Jan 28, 2021:
blind faith is completely condemned in the Bible, *test everything, and keep what is good*
p-nullifidian replies on Jan 30, 2021:
@bbyrd009 Fair enough. But we need to make an important distinction. When one says they have faith in their pilot or surgeon, for instance, it is not the same thought process as religious faith.
"We keep on being told that religion, whatever its imperfections, at least instills morality.
bbyrd009 comments on Jan 28, 2021:
blind faith is completely condemned in the Bible, *test everything, and keep what is good*
p-nullifidian replies on Jan 29, 2021:
@bbyrd009 A common misuse of the word, IMHO. Placing confidence in an airline pilot, the aircraft and entire system of flight is not displaying "faith." It doesn't take faith to drive on the highways, either. And one doesn't need faith to make logical assumptions about things we have not witnessed. If I throw a rock into the ocean and lose sight of it, I don't need to have seen the splash to know that it has hit the water. Things work, we see the laws of physics in action, we have confidence that this will not change. Faith, on the other hand, is claiming knowledge of things one cannot possibly know and believing in things without evidence, or in opposition to contrary evidence. As a nullifidian, I have no faith, including in faith itself.
Christians, Jews, and other 'believers' need to purge the hypocrisy out of their systems to make ...
p-nullifidian comments on Jan 28, 2021:
"Value others' religions[?]" I think not! If the New Testament teaches one thing, it is the singular path to salvation--through the narcissistic Jesus himself! "Jesus said to him, 'I am the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father, but by me.'" John 14:6 "He who believes...
p-nullifidian replies on Jan 29, 2021:
@josephr I too have known believers who are more than tolerant of belief systems other than their own--they embrace them, and this is refreshing to see. That said, people of faith run the gamut from fundamentalist orthodoxy to progressively liberal, and everything in between. However, as the example of the church of Laodicea was used in Revelation 3, "lukewarm" Christians will be rejected.
Religion: The endless attempt by a sentient species of ape to trick their minds into being their ...
bookofmorons comments on Jan 28, 2021:
Given its historical track record it seems to work quite well
p-nullifidian replies on Jan 28, 2021:
The placebo effect.
"We keep on being told that religion, whatever its imperfections, at least instills morality.
StellarAmor75 comments on Jan 28, 2021:
Funny as the Agnostic admin keeps deleting the last word of this quote as if we care to label believers as stupid.
p-nullifidian replies on Jan 28, 2021:
Hitch nailed it, as he so often did, and as a nullifidian (one without faith or religious belief), I completely agree. Religion is a not merely a home for the stupid, it is a stupidity producing machine. And as comedian Ron White noted, "You can't fix stupid."
"We keep on being told that religion, whatever its imperfections, at least instills morality.
bbyrd009 comments on Jan 28, 2021:
blind faith is completely condemned in the Bible, *test everything, and keep what is good*
p-nullifidian replies on Jan 28, 2021:
@bbyrd009 That is not how the story goes in John 20:18-29. Read for yourself: https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John%2020=NIV In any case, I think it's fair to say that the Christian bible is rife with contradictions, including the value of faith, which, as a nullifidian, I define as believing something without evidence, or in opposition to existing evidence.
"We keep on being told that religion, whatever its imperfections, at least instills morality.
bbyrd009 comments on Jan 28, 2021:
blind faith is completely condemned in the Bible, *test everything, and keep what is good*
p-nullifidian replies on Jan 28, 2021:
Completely condemned? Not quite. "For we walk by faith, not by sight." 2 Corinthians 5:7 "Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen." Hebrews 11:1 "Jesus saith unto him, Thomas, because thou hast seen me, thou hast believed: blessed are they that have not seen, and yet have believed." John 20:29
Biden’s Treasury will seek to put Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill, an effort the Trump ...
Fred_Snerd comments on Jan 26, 2021:
I would consider it an insult. "The $20 bill is an unlikely place for Tubman, an American-Canadian transnational, militant direct-action abolitionist, who struggled with finances for the majority of her life. A devoted Christian, moreover, “money is the root of all evil” was quite frankly her...
p-nullifidian replies on Jan 26, 2021:
Sojourner Truth might have been a better choice. She is one of my heroes.
Shop no more - the ultimate shoes for all ! (barf)
p-nullifidian comments on Jan 25, 2021:
Enables the wearer to walk on water, no doubt. ;-)
p-nullifidian replies on Jan 25, 2021:
@Willow_Wisp Yeah, I know ... those shoes were made for him!
Not for the first time, I'm surprised at how informed and progressive our forbears were.
Word comments on Jan 21, 2021:
You say "our nation "? Are you referring to the secret religion devil worship of the Masonic lodge secret religion racist devil worshipper European invador governmental terrorist called United States of America raping this land from the original indigenous inhabitants calling them such as Mexicans,...
p-nullifidian replies on Jan 22, 2021:
@Word There’s a number of disjointed concepts to unpack here. Suffice to say that what was done to the indigenous peoples of this continent at the hands of European colonists has been well-documented and was nothing short of genocide. It must never be forgotten! But that is not what I originally called into question. Your polemic reads like a QAnon manifesto, and such conspiracy theories as you’ve espoused surrounding freemasonry are called ‘fringe’ for good reasons. But real life is not a Dan Brown novel or a 'National Treasure' movie. A direct line may be drawn from the mindset that promulgates conjectures regarding the illuminati to the freemasons to the occult to the Jews to the deep state. Like the notions that we never went to the moon, the world is flat, 9-11 was an inside job, the election was rigged or that vaccines are a government plot, these conspiracy theories are not grounded in reality, and require a heavy dose (dare I say, overdose) of credulity. In short, they require faith—something that skeptics like us usually abandon. I commend to you the book by the well-known skeptic, Michael Shermer, “Conspiracies and Conspiracy Theories: What We Should and Shouldn’t Believe—And Why.” Peace.
Time for you liberals to do some serious self reflection: why do i support big government?
waitingforgodo comments on Jan 20, 2021:
Which agencies or departments do you seek to curtail? What cuts do you recommend? The department of offense? Bicameral legislature underpins your united states.
p-nullifidian replies on Jan 22, 2021:
@Thirst2learn Ah, so you're a proponent of voluntary taxation, a system that would benefit only those who are able and willing to pay? You seek to remove one of the two certainties in life as noted by one of our Founding Fathers? "Our new Constitution is now established, and has an appearance that promises permanency; but in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes." Benjamin Franklin, 1789
Not for the first time, I'm surprised at how informed and progressive our forbears were.
Word comments on Jan 21, 2021:
You say "our nation "? Are you referring to the secret religion devil worship of the Masonic lodge secret religion racist devil worshipper European invador governmental terrorist called United States of America raping this land from the original indigenous inhabitants calling them such as Mexicans,...
p-nullifidian replies on Jan 21, 2021:
@Word One of my avid hobbies is studying the American Colonial period, including the life of my avatar. As a result, I have a library filled with books on the period written by renowned, award-winning historians, none of whom have discussed what you have put out there. So once again, please cite the source of your "well documented historical fact."
Time for you liberals to do some serious self reflection: why do i support big government?
waitingforgodo comments on Jan 20, 2021:
Which agencies or departments do you seek to curtail? What cuts do you recommend? The department of offense? Bicameral legislature underpins your united states.
p-nullifidian replies on Jan 21, 2021:
@Thirst2learn My beliefs are informed by my personal experience and continued friendships with colleagues in the government, so once again, evidence please. Are you speaking from personal experience?
Not for the first time, I'm surprised at how informed and progressive our forbears were.
Word comments on Jan 21, 2021:
You say "our nation "? Are you referring to the secret religion devil worship of the Masonic lodge secret religion racist devil worshipper European invador governmental terrorist called United States of America raping this land from the original indigenous inhabitants calling them such as Mexicans,...
p-nullifidian replies on Jan 21, 2021:
Quoting the book of Revelation while advancing conspiracy theories? Not what one might expect from a self-proclaimed agnostic, skeptic, freethinker. From what agnostic, skeptic, freethinker sources have you obtained these ideas?
Time for you liberals to do some serious self reflection: why do i support big government?
waitingforgodo comments on Jan 20, 2021:
Which agencies or departments do you seek to curtail? What cuts do you recommend? The department of offense? Bicameral legislature underpins your united states.
p-nullifidian replies on Jan 21, 2021:
@Thirst2learn "That's exactly what the government does, kill and steal whenever it wants" If that is what you truly believe, then wouldn't the size of government concern you less than what you assert the government is doing? In any case, some supporting evidence to your accusation, please. If my years of government service taught me anything, it's that we (the people) are the government, and the government is us. What useful purpose is served by engaging in "othering" a group of people who come from the diverse society they serve?
This lighthearted meme actually provides deep insight into why Christianity is often so rife with ...
hankster comments on Jan 20, 2021:
the main reason it's full of hypocrites is due to its human composition
p-nullifidian replies on Jan 20, 2021:
So, you don't think there's a good number of 'Christians' who've figured out how to game the system and work that forgiveness thing to their advantage? Live a life of immoral and unethical behavior, so long as you make a deathbed confession?
Dinosaur social distancing.
zeuser comments on Jan 19, 2021:
Yeah, and what about Fred Flintstone, HE had dinosaurs!
p-nullifidian replies on Jan 19, 2021:
Ah, yes, Fred and Wilma, and their pet Dino! And just think, at the Creation Museum, located in Petersburg, Kentucky, west of Cincinnati, for just $24.95 (children) to $39.95 (adults) you too may experience 'Flintstone theology' where the comic genius of Hanna-Barbera and the comic idiocy of whacko young-earth creationist, Ken Ham meet! Thank you, Australia ... we love you!
Behold: American extremism in the flesh.
MikeInBatonRouge comments on Jan 18, 2021:
Might is Right(-wing mentality). Fighting for democracy by trying to destroy actual democracy. I bet Putin is awfully proud of the mahem his pet project-boy, Trump, has wrought in just four years.
p-nullifidian replies on Jan 18, 2021:
Maybe now he'll release the pee pee video?
Not sure where to post this but kinda want to bring attention to a readabilty UI issue due to light ...
p-nullifidian comments on Jan 18, 2021:
How about Site & Customer Service, perhaps?
p-nullifidian replies on Jan 18, 2021:
@MakeItGood https://agnostic.com/discuss/site_issues
Today is MLK day. As an atheist I celebrate a religious leader. How is that?
creative51 comments on Jan 18, 2021:
Dr King was a unique person. A person who only comes along once in a great while. Last summer, during the police brutality protests, which had turned violent, I heard a number of people, typically white, say "Oh we need MLK now to stop the violence". I said to them, no, you had him once and you ...
p-nullifidian replies on Jan 18, 2021:
While Martin Luther King would not have incited violent protest, he understood their source. "I think America must see that riots do not develop out of thin air. Certain conditions continue to exist in our society which must be condemned as vigorously as we condemn riots. A riot is the language of the unheard ... What is it that America has failed to hear? It has failed to hear that the promises of freedom and justice have not been met. And it has failed to hear that large segments of white society are more concerned about tranquility and the status quo than about justice, equality and humanity. Social justice and progress are the absolute guarantors of riot prevention."
"Comparisons of Religion and Fascism" Both have one supreme leader.
powder comments on Jan 17, 2021:
extreme is extreme, whatever ideology you wish to discuss. The same can be said for the rabid left.
p-nullifidian replies on Jan 18, 2021:
@powder Got it, and I agree that the behaviors of militant extremists, whether they seek anarchy or a fascist dictatorship, are indistinguishable from each other in their destructiveness.
"Comparisons of Religion and Fascism" Both have one supreme leader.
powder comments on Jan 17, 2021:
extreme is extreme, whatever ideology you wish to discuss. The same can be said for the rabid left.
p-nullifidian replies on Jan 17, 2021:
Have we ever really seen the 'rabid left' in action on a national level? Consider what that would entail. A flat society the likes of which we have never seen. And if anyone cites examples of the Soviet Union, North Korea, Cuba or China or any other self-declared Communist nation, I would argue that they are more akin to Fascism in their totalitarianism than they are what Marx had envisioned. The 'rabid left' does not necessarily lead to the Lenins, Stalins, Maos, Castros and Kims that plague Communist nations. Strong man dictatorships and the polity envisioned by Karl Marx are, in my opinion, are self-contradictory.
Squish...
Stilltrying1964 comments on Jan 16, 2021:
You know, I'll bet that dude actually makes a good pillow, but the imaginary hell will freeze over before I'd buy one and add to the coffers of that trump supporting xtian douche. Wal-Mart has pillows!
p-nullifidian replies on Jan 16, 2021:
Sometimes Christians make bad business decisions, like getting involved in politics, for example. I'll never buy one of his pillows, nor will I eat at a Chick-fil-A or patronize Hobby Lobby.
This huckabitch asshole needs to STFU! [dailycaller.com]
p-nullifidian comments on Jan 16, 2021:
Huckabitch? Are you referring to Sarah? ;-)
p-nullifidian replies on Jan 16, 2021:
@Mofo1953 I read the article, and you missed my wink. ;-) Was only messing with you!
Capitol Police arrest Virginia man who tried to pass security checkpoint with weapons, ...
anglophone comments on Jan 16, 2021:
The Chief Turd is not known for using what passes for his brain. However, he is famous for his sexism, racism, bullying, puerility, arrogance, xenophobia, stupidity, narcissism and psychopathy.
p-nullifidian replies on Jan 16, 2021:
Well stated ... we were on the same wavelength there!
MORE "You Just Can't Make this Shit Up!" [rawstory.com]
glennlab comments on Jan 14, 2021:
The crazy runs deep with this one.
p-nullifidian replies on Jan 14, 2021:
Indeed ... batshit deep!
Sign in Carmichael, California ... some establishments seem made for each other!
SpikeTalon comments on Jan 14, 2021:
Does not look like anything I'd even remotely be interested in...
p-nullifidian replies on Jan 14, 2021:
Not even if it came with a "happy ending?" :-)
Is this mean?
Mcflewster comments on Jan 14, 2021:
We used to say about Hitler as a baby . "Well his mother must have loved him" I am finding it even hard to shrink Donald to a baby and find some good in him. Which gets sad because many of his utterances would be explained by lack of love.
p-nullifidian replies on Jan 14, 2021:
Shrinking Donald to a baby was hard even for our British friends ... so they went the other way! ;-)
Is this where the U.S.A. is heading? [theatlantic.com]
St-Sinner comments on Jan 7, 2021:
The United States has taken a big hit to its progress and reputation at home and around the world. It will take time to recover. However, the way we have emboldened the conservatives, Republicans, White Supremacists and the fringe elements in the South will take a very long time to subside. It ...
p-nullifidian replies on Jan 7, 2021:
And Feinstein, and Leahy, and Durbin, etc. plus a bunch of old white Republicans, starting with McConnell and Graham.
So what a day today was.
p-nullifidian comments on Jan 6, 2021:
While I agree with your sentiments, to compare what we saw today with the plight of those who stormed the Bastille, after living under centuries of oppression at the hands of monarchs, elevates the former while demeaning the latter.
p-nullifidian replies on Jan 6, 2021:
@VineetHonkan The storming of the Bastille marked the beginning of the end for the French monarchy, and Bastille Day (July 14) is a national holiday in France. When it comes to mob behavior, I believe that it depends on the situation. The rioters who stormed the Bastille had been oppressed for too long by monarchs who lived in opulence while the people starved for bread. On the other hand, the well-fed mob who stormed the Capitol is comprised of, yes, she had it correct, a 'basket of deplorables' goaded into action by their hero and charlatan in chief who looks and acts more like an over-the-hill WWE wrestler in a suit than he does a President. Consider, just for a moment, what might have happened had the mob been successful in breaking into the House chamber, while it was still in session.
when i went as a red herring.
p-nullifidian comments on Jan 5, 2021:
Depending on your targeted audience's ability to 'get it,' your logical fallacy costume was a winner, in my book. Showing up in a Strawman costume probably would've resulted in confusion with the Wizard of Oz, while who knows what a Slippery Slope, Hasty Generalization or Ad Hominem costume would ...
p-nullifidian replies on Jan 6, 2021:
@hankster Maybe a venue with more nerds?
WASPs Question
LiterateHiker comments on Jan 2, 2021:
My father was English with some German heritage. Mom was 100% Irish. The last name "Mueller" was changed to "Miller" on Ellis Island. I am an 11th generation descendant of Edward Doty who came to America on the Mayflower. Edward Doty shot the first duel in America. No one was hurt. As ...
p-nullifidian replies on Jan 5, 2021:
Cool! I have Scottish, English (Welch), German and Danish ancestry, to name a few, and have traced one branch of my tree back to Sir (Saint) Thomas More.
So someone messaged me about my first post of the year, saying it's to depressing and mostly untrue.
AnneWimsey comments on Jan 1, 2021:
Paragraphs, sweetie.........
p-nullifidian replies on Jan 4, 2021:
¶ ;-)
So someone messaged me about my first post of the year, saying it's to depressing and mostly untrue.
Storm1752 comments on Jan 1, 2021:
I bring in about $17k a year tax-free, own a cabin in the woods, am a neo-socialist who tries not to think too much about everybody else. I vote Democratic, don't delude myself other people care about me, have nurtured a stoic attitude (if it doesn't affect me and I can't do anything about it ...
p-nullifidian replies on Jan 4, 2021:
You have my unending respect.
Researchers Say Christian Nationalism is Making It Harder to End the Pandemic | Hemant Mehta | ...
Canndue comments on Jan 4, 2021:
It’s inevitable that we will all be exposed to COVID over time. According to my doctor it can be effectively treated, however, the irresponsibility of the republicans to rush this exposure is overwhelming the health care system challenging the ability to provide that treatment. No matter how ...
p-nullifidian replies on Jan 4, 2021:
@bobwjr Or a risk of spread to others who may not be able to withstand the infection.
Just a smile for the skeptic agnostics :-D
zeuser comments on Dec 24, 2020:
A nice picture of what we might accurately describe as my dating pool. *sigh*
p-nullifidian replies on Dec 24, 2020:
Time to expand the pool ... right?
Santa's High Wire Act, not working out so well.
Theresa_N comments on Dec 24, 2020:
Is that some sort of ultra-light aircraft that got hung up in the wires?
p-nullifidian replies on Dec 24, 2020:
Yes, it happened not far from where I live. And although the Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District Captain, Chris Vestal, was reported by the San Francisco Chronicle to have stated that the man was "uninjured and coherent," this was only his opinion! ;-)
This is how one cleanses a temple. [youtube.]
St-Sinner comments on Dec 24, 2020:
Unbelievable because it was the greatest lie ever sold.
p-nullifidian replies on Dec 24, 2020:
@Fred_Snerd Much better ... long live Rage Against The Machine!
Trump Pardons GOP Rep.
freedom41 comments on Dec 24, 2020:
Will the corruption never end.
p-nullifidian replies on Dec 24, 2020:
"Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely." Lord John Acton I tend to agree with he point of view that the 'great experiment' of democracy known as the United States of America, as framed by the Constitution, could only have occurred during a brief period in history--the age of Neo-classicism. The founders understood the dangers of placing too much power in one institution, let alone, one individual.
Police in British Columbia Just Fined Churches $18,400 for Violating COVID Rules | Hemant Mehta | ...
xenoview comments on Dec 23, 2020:
They should have fined the people attending the churches too.
p-nullifidian replies on Dec 23, 2020:
@Beowulfsfriend Despite what the US Supreme Court believes, businesses and corporations (including not-for-profit organizations) are not persons, and all fines and punitive measures levied against such become 'pass-through' expenses. Some folks like to claim it a victory when a company or business is hit with a big fine, but until the officers (or clergy) are hit as individuals, along with members of the board of directors, these victories are merely symbolic.
Right wing Christians invade native American sacred ground to pray away dark energy
p-nullifidian comments on Dec 23, 2020:
While I don't believe anything to be sacred, this is ethnocentric religious oppression, pure and simple.
p-nullifidian replies on Dec 23, 2020:
@bobwjr Yup, unadulterated!
Does anyone in here believe in reincarnation?
p-nullifidian comments on Dec 21, 2020:
I consider myself a skeptic, but one who is always open to new sources of data. I've long felt that reincarnation is a heap of woowoo, but recently I've been made aware of a number of interesting cases of children who, without coaching, prompting or prior knowledge, have provided intricately ...
p-nullifidian replies on Dec 22, 2020:
@editor20 Bridey Murphy was not a child. Children don't have the capacity to fabricate an intricate ruse. And here I'm referring to the cases reported by Ian Stevenson and his protege Jim B. Tucker, which appear to be well-documented and objectively chronicled.
Denny’s Server Quits After Customers Cite “Religious Exemption” to Wearing Masks | Hemant ...
Thirst2learn comments on Dec 16, 2020:
How do you eat with a mask on? Touching the mask to take it off requires you to wash your hands. No common sense.
p-nullifidian replies on Dec 17, 2020:
@Thirst2learn True, and where do you place blame for this circumstance? The virus? The reaction to it, or lack thereof?
1,800-year-old altar to pagan god Pan hidden in a Byzantine church | Live Science
Gwendolyn2018 comments on Dec 16, 2020:
Christians often appropriated pagan sites. In the British Isles, missionaries built over pagan shrines. The Green Man was used in Christian churches. They even made the pagan goddess, Brigit, into a saint because they could stamp out worship of her. Saint Clement's Basilica was built over a ...
p-nullifidian replies on Dec 17, 2020:
@Gwendolyn2018 As do I ... it's just that I have found that the religion of my parents is far from unique.
Denny’s Server Quits After Customers Cite “Religious Exemption” to Wearing Masks | Hemant ...
Thirst2learn comments on Dec 16, 2020:
How do you eat with a mask on? Touching the mask to take it off requires you to wash your hands. No common sense.
p-nullifidian replies on Dec 17, 2020:
@Thirst2learn Actually, businesses that fully support their employees by enforcing a safety-first work environment, and cater to patrons who feel the same, will thrive. It's just that they may not be frequented by the risk takers who refuse to comply. Conversely, there have been numerous cases of businesses that cater to the socially intimate, maskless risk takers; and while the businesses have done well, their customers are not actually the majority, and outbreaks have resulted. This is not unlike the entire health argument (which erupted into a battle) over second hand smoke in restaurants; and though most of us probably have a hard time picturing a cigarette smoke filled dining area today, this entire movement was begun by bar and restaurant employees.
1,800-year-old altar to pagan god Pan hidden in a Byzantine church | Live Science
Gwendolyn2018 comments on Dec 16, 2020:
Christians often appropriated pagan sites. In the British Isles, missionaries built over pagan shrines. The Green Man was used in Christian churches. They even made the pagan goddess, Brigit, into a saint because they could stamp out worship of her. Saint Clement's Basilica was built over a ...
p-nullifidian replies on Dec 17, 2020:
@Triphid When it comes to religious appropriation, Christianity does not enjoy a monopoly. The Hagia Sophia was the largest Christian house of worship in Byzantium for more than 700 years, until it was converted into a mosque. And the holiest place in Islam, the Kaaba (the black cube in the middle of the Great Mosque of Mecca), was once a pagan house of worship, filled with pagan statuary and art.
Yes, there is a war between science and religion
p-nullifidian comments on Dec 14, 2020:
I concur with the sentiments espoused by *'The Great Agnostic,'* Robert Green Ingersoll: "There is an "irrepressible conflict" between religion and science, and they cannot peaceably occupy the same brain nor the same world." The Gods, 1872 "Every new religion has a little less superstition ...
p-nullifidian replies on Dec 15, 2020:
@skado Well said! :-)
Yes, there is a war between science and religion
BestWithoutGods comments on Dec 14, 2020:
Everyone should apply the scientific method to religion, and discover, as I did, that religion is just a scam based on mythology. :)
p-nullifidian replies on Dec 14, 2020:
Everyone should apply the scientific method to more than religion, don't you think? Just look at the landscape of American political thought! Do we as a society value evidence? Do we respect the authority of recognized expertise and science? Do we even know what it means to reason and think critically?
Yes, there is a war between science and religion
anglophone comments on Dec 14, 2020:
Religion is at war with reason and logic. Logic exists because we have the mental capacity to define and to use logic. Many people use logic because they find it beneficial to their lives. What "crew of scientists" is it that is responsible for our existence? My existence is due to my ...
p-nullifidian replies on Dec 14, 2020:
@Triphid B-b-b-b-baby!
What if atheist child becomes Christian?
OldMetalHead comments on Dec 8, 2020:
My daughter started dating a Muslim at the age of 19 and was pretty serious about converting and marrying the guy. She was taking classes, stopped pork, alcohol, eating marshmallows, etc. She once told my wife and I that we couldn't be cremated when we die because it wasn't allowed according to ...
p-nullifidian replies on Dec 11, 2020:
@OldMetalHead I think Kosher is actually stricter (when it comes to meat preparation, in particular), but when it comes to alcohol ...
That war on Christmas is still raging. Be vigilant!
rainmanjr comments on Dec 10, 2020:
I've been a militant atheist for 20 years and did wage a war against Xmas. This was exactly my attitude and I let everyone know it. Xmas is little more than a Capitalistic year topper with baked goods that increase diabetic complications. This is the song I posted every single year (attached) on Z's...
p-nullifidian replies on Dec 11, 2020:
What a brilliant song ... never heard it until tonight, thanks for this share!
These Animal HATERS pass this on.
p-nullifidian comments on Dec 9, 2020:
Animal HATERS pass this on?
p-nullifidian replies on Dec 9, 2020:
@K9Kohle789 Cool! BTW, thank you for making us aware of this tragedy ... I agree that these "trophy hunters" should be shamed until their dying day. I was very angered by the images you shared.
These Animal HATERS pass this on.
p-nullifidian comments on Dec 9, 2020:
Animal HATERS pass this on?
p-nullifidian replies on Dec 9, 2020:
@LifelongLearner Precisely. It would have made more sense to say, "Animal LOVERS pass this on!"
This is for those who appreciate excellent prog metal, or just a group of four extremely skilled ...
TheGreatShadow comments on Dec 9, 2020:
John Petrucci is a madman on guitar! I never did get to see Dream Theater live. They have such an incredible amount of talent! Just some of their songs need to be cut down (anyone down for a 23 minute song?). I actually had A Change Of Seasons shut off at a bar once. Just because it was too long. ...
p-nullifidian replies on Dec 9, 2020:
@TheGreatShadow Neil Peart.
What Do Atheists Do at Christmas?
p-nullifidian comments on Dec 9, 2020:
I'm not convinced of the interchangeability of 'atheist' and 'pagan,' but then I'm also a nullifidian.
p-nullifidian replies on Dec 9, 2020:
@SocialDarwin A person without faith or religious belief.
This is for those who appreciate excellent prog metal, or just a group of four extremely skilled ...
TheGreatShadow comments on Dec 9, 2020:
John Petrucci is a madman on guitar! I never did get to see Dream Theater live. They have such an incredible amount of talent! Just some of their songs need to be cut down (anyone down for a 23 minute song?). I actually had A Change Of Seasons shut off at a bar once. Just because it was too long. ...
p-nullifidian replies on Dec 9, 2020:
Country Western? Too bad! Mike Portnoy was the soul of the band ... never was the same after he left. He's my second favorite drummer of all time, and the second youngest drummer to be elected into the drummer hall of fame. Care to guess the youngest (and my favorite) drummer of all time?
Political Islam [youtube.com]
LovinLarge comments on Dec 3, 2020:
Just more of your racist bs. https://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Center_for_the_Study_of_Political_Islam
p-nullifidian replies on Dec 9, 2020:
@PBuck0145 Why take your cues from an old white guy who may very well have an agenda? When it comes to the problems of Islam, there are plenty of ex-Muslim atheist authors, speakers and activists out there, many of whom may share some of the same views of Bill Warner.
Do you have a question that you'd like to know the answer to?
p-nullifidian comments on Dec 9, 2020:
If I strive to fail and succeed in doing so, am I a failure or a success?
p-nullifidian replies on Dec 9, 2020:
@Larry68Feminist Hey, you spelled it right! ;-)
What Do Atheists Do at Christmas?
Mofo1953 comments on Dec 8, 2020:
Non believers eat, drink and be merry.
p-nullifidian replies on Dec 9, 2020:
For tomorrow we die!
Do you have a question that you'd like to know the answer to?
p-nullifidian comments on Dec 9, 2020:
If I strive to fail and succeed in doing so, am I a failure or a success?
p-nullifidian replies on Dec 9, 2020:
@Larry68Feminist How oxymoronic of me!
What Do Atheists Do at Christmas?
CuddyCruiser comments on Dec 8, 2020:
The same always. Eat, play monopoly, sorry, life, other games I enjoyed as a kid only with my 2 nieces and nephew.
p-nullifidian replies on Dec 9, 2020:
Gotta love those capitalist cisgender board games we played as kids like Monopoly, Careers and Life! I too played Sorry! and Clue, and even remember playing Landslide where the Republicans were blue and the Democrats were red. My kid sisters and I especially loved the French card game Milles Bornes. Those were the days, indeed!
What if atheist child becomes Christian?
OldMetalHead comments on Dec 8, 2020:
My daughter started dating a Muslim at the age of 19 and was pretty serious about converting and marrying the guy. She was taking classes, stopped pork, alcohol, eating marshmallows, etc. She once told my wife and I that we couldn't be cremated when we die because it wasn't allowed according to ...
p-nullifidian replies on Dec 9, 2020:
@OldMetalHead The original post was talking about Islamic dietary restrictions, not Jewish ... Halal and Kosher are similar, but not the same.
I would not normally post a joke here, but come on!
starwatcher-al comments on Dec 7, 2020:
Took a second but, yeah.
p-nullifidian replies on Dec 8, 2020:
Maybe if it were given a title it wouldn't be so recondite? Something like, "Edwin Hubble spots a car?"
Quote from Mark Twain.
LenHazell53 comments on Dec 5, 2020:
Love Mark Twain, a man who once described the Book of Mormon as "Chloroform in Print".
p-nullifidian replies on Dec 7, 2020:
Never heard that one ... brilliant!
Why are you agnostic? If you're not agnostic then why are you only a theist or an atheist?
editor20 comments on Dec 7, 2020:
I smell a troll.
p-nullifidian replies on Dec 7, 2020:
"Fee-fi-fo-fum!"
Agnosticism is the natural attitude of the evolutionist.
p-nullifidian comments on Dec 2, 2020:
Wait! Are we throwing quotes out there now on this site too? Might you at least show the intrepidity to offer an opinion upon the quote, if only as an icebreaker?
p-nullifidian replies on Dec 5, 2020:
@Aristippus Indeed! He is one of my heroes. I have read and listened to every one of his catalogued lectures, many times over. It was Ingersoll who re-introduced me to my avatar, for which I am most grateful.
Pastor: After God Overturns the Election Results, Atheists Will Finally Convert | Hemant Mehta | ...
icolan comments on Dec 1, 2020:
I'm pretty sure there are people in white coats looking for him with a long sleeved jacket that buckles in the back.
p-nullifidian replies on Dec 2, 2020:
@SeaRay215ex I grew up listening to Doctor Demento! Napoleon XIV's 'They're Coming to Take Me Away' was more spoken word than song, and the destination was both the Funnyfarm and the Happyhome. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hnzHtm1jhL4
Sean Hannity Says Trump 'Needs To Pardon' Himself And His 'Whole Family' | HuffPost
Sticks48 comments on Dec 1, 2020:
Pardons are for people who have been convicted of a crime. How do you pardon someone who hasn't been convicted of a crime. If you do, does that mean he would be pardoned for any future federal crimes? I am not sure he can do this for himself or his kids. None of them have been charged or convicted ...
p-nullifidian replies on Dec 2, 2020:
@Sticks48 Nixon was not impeached, but resigned prior to being tried by both the House and Senate and likely being removed from office. The only presidents to have been impeached are Andrew Johnson, Bill Clinton and Donald Trump.
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