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    (Original post by Joel 96)
    Nobody else wants me though
    I don't.
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    He still hasn't answered you lol.
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    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
    He still hasn't answered you lol.
    No but he has had more posts deleted. It's all a bit weird.
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    (Original post by Reality Check)
    No but he has had more posts deleted. It's all a bit weird.
    Hahaha. It is weird.
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    Coffee is better than Tea
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    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
    I did, perhaps learn how to read, boyo.
    Literally no idea how to respond to this, it's been quite a number of years since I encountered such puerility. As no particular contention appears forthcoming we must assume you have none to state :dontknow:

    It's hilarious how narcissistic you are
    We aim to please :chaplin:

    I think you've gone off on a tangent there
    Short, sharp, deflection doesn't change the sense in what I'm saying, unfortunately, again, it just makes you look unwilling to engage, in an adult/intellectually open way, with the meat of a debate that you yourself provoked :rolleyes:

    you think you're too high up for a regular religion
    I do? News to me pal!

    you take the p*** out of SJW's for using diffferent terms and being too PC or whatever for ex.the trans, and cis thing, and the different identities other than the regular Masculine and Feminine
    There's really no need for anything beyond a masucline-feminine spectrum, it caters for virtually all normal gender identities. Particularly abnormal gender identities are both in a small minority and often demonstrative of mental illness, and, as such I don't really see that they form a legitimate basis for this mass proliferation of alternative gender concepts in a mainstream setting (sure, re: obscure niches/cults, whatever floats your boat)

    you do the same thing with your religion/spiritual thing
    Religion is not directly comparable for a number of reasons e.g. relating to the above, it's not a singular spectrum, but a series of rather more binary/categorical doctrines of belief. Ok, the C of E is pretty much anything goes, these days, but other religions, not so much!

    being 'spiritual' is a pretty vague concept
    Indeed so, and I'm certainly still on my journey in that respect, and may never have a firm sense for the extent to which spirits pervade our existence, if at all :iiam:
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    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
    He still hasn't answered you lol.
    Well, my post was reported and deleted but he sent me a visitor msg.

    U jelly?
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    Literally no idea how to respond to this, it's been quite a number of years since I encountered such puerility. As no particular contention appears forthcoming we must assume you have none to state :dontknow:

    We aim to please :chaplin:

    Short, sharp, deflection doesn't change the sense in what I'm saying, unfortunately, again, it just makes you lookun willing to engage, in an adult/intellectually open way, with the meat of a debate that you yourself provoked :rolleyes:

    I do? News to me pal!

    There's really no need for anything beyond a masucline-feminine spectrum, it caters to virtually all normal gender identities. Particularly abnormal gender identities are both in a small minority and typically demonstrative of mental illness, and, as such I don't really see that they form a legitimate basis for this mass proliferation of alternative gender concepts in a mainstream setting (sure, re: obscure niches/cults, whatever floats your boat)

    Religion is not directly comparable for a number of reasons e.g. relating to the above, it's not a singular spectrum, but a series of rather more binary/categorical doctrines of belief

    Indeed so, and I'm certainly still on my journey in that respect, and may never have a firm sense for the extent to which spirits pervade our existence, if at all :iiam:
    You do make me laugh. You actually think you're being an 'adult' here. I said about the Neomasculism saying one gender should do this, and another that, or was that too much for you to read?

    And, as I said to someone else, this thread was supposed to be lighthearted, not really that political,and you were going off on a tangent, love.

    And, if you say so, since what you say is set in stone, I suppose.

    Nah, it's just laughable really.
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    (Original post by RainbowMan)
    Well, my post was reported and deleted but he sent me a visitor msg.

    U jelly?
    He's gonna report me next probably.

    And, I didn't get a visitor message.
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)

    We aim to please :chaplin:

    I do? News to me pal!

    There's really no need for anything beyond a masucline-feminine spectrum, it caters for virtually all normal gender identities. Particularly abnormal gender identities are both in a small minority and often demonstrative of mental illness, and, as such I don't really see that they form a legitimate basis for this mass proliferation of alternative gender concepts in a mainstream setting (sure, re: obscure niches/cults, whatever floats your boat)
    Being a Narcissist isn't good, brah.

    Also, it's hardly news to you, you genuinely do think you're too high up.

    In bold. Didn't know you were a qualified psychiatrist.
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    (Original post by Lord Gaben)
    Coffee is better than Tea
    I think so too.
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    (Original post by RainbowMan)
    Well, my post was reported and deleted but he sent me a visitor msg.

    U jelly?
    He's had the majority of mine reported and deleted, but they're looking into it.
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    Taxation is legalized theft.
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    (Original post by Joel 96)
    Taxation is legalized theft.
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    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PGMQZEIXBMs
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    I hate peanut butter.
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    I also don't like hershey's chocolate syrup.
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    I don't really believe what a blue cloud says.
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    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
    one gender should do this, and another that
    The neomasculinist doctrine was an exemplar thematic that alludes to my general contentions with relentless progressivism. It is not representative of my world-view per sae but, rather, indicative of a limited area of reasoning pertaining to it. Capeesh?

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    For the avoidance of doubt, I have/would never advocate for a return to the 1950s, humanity has progressed in important ways since then, but my general philosophy is to proceed reasonably carefully, rather than throwing caution to the wind and arbitrarily assuming all changes that may look or be labelled 'progressive' are necessarily for the common good, or even remotely progressive, in practice

    you were going off on a tangent, love
    I'll take your word for it, love, but the point still stands

    Nah, it's just laughable really
    Hurt feels :sad:

    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
    Being a Narcissist isn't good, brah
    Sure, it's bad for your health, but does have its perks :smug:

    you genuinely do think you're too high up
    I can assure you that I am well aware that I am scarcely above sea level :mmm:

    Didn't know you were a qualified psychiatrist.
    Wasn't aware I'd made such a claim
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    True but its nice to watch them making themselve look like fools on tv
 
 
 
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