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    Music doth soothe the savage beast. That and spending money. I went and bought a couple of shirts, a new jacket, and some jeans. I feel good.

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    that's it...we're done! we talked tonight and we are getting a divorce. we finally had some truths between us regarding this. we both know and knew that it was over for at least a year. we boiled it down to the simple fact that we just grew apart. the best part about it is that we both feel relieved. everything went so well that she's going to hook me up with one of her friends that i think is hot. i laughed when she said that because we live in a small town and it's going to look like some jerry springer ****.

    it came down to us realizing that we are better friends than we are husband and wife. that also makes us better parents in that we don't want to and won't drag our kids through the ringer. i feel so much better and so does she.

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    I'm glad it all worked out (kind of). My parents got divorced when I was like 3, and they hated each other for quite awhile, so it's good to see that you're going to remain friends
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    Quote Originally Posted by Curiosity
    Now I understand why they want religion out of the schools.
    It's not "religion" they want out of schools, it's christianity they want gone!
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    This is a public forum. In no way have I encited a theological debate. I simply gave a troubled man in a troubleing situation some advice from a Christian perspective. I didn't debate any of your ideas so why debate mine.

    That being said Gambit if you that is not the way you want to go thats fine but for me to hold my piece and say nothing would take more than even eatyummiepuppies level of restraint on his last post.

    Bottom line is am showing brotherly love to a fellow MP3car member brother that is going through a hard time. Indeed this is theraputic. Many of you remember my therapy thread.

    I hope everything works out and all wounds heal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by antimatter
    This is a public forum. In no way have I encited a theological debate. I simply gave a troubled man in a troubleing situation some advice from a Christian perspective. I didn't debate any of your ideas so why debate mine.

    That being said Gambit if you that is not the way you want to go thats fine but for me to hold my piece and say nothing would take more than even eatyummiepuppies level of restraint on his last post.

    Bottom line is am showing brotherly love to a fellow MP3car member brother that is going through a hard time. Indeed this is theraputic. Many of you remember my therapy thread.

    I hope everything works out and all wounds heal.
    I think it's awesome that I got such differing points of view. I liked having both religious and secular opinions. In fact a member gave me support thru PMs with his take on it. I actually feel pretty damn good today and it's getting better each day. I won't lie...I felt like vomiting for a few days.lol.

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    I AM a "religious" person.
    What I don't understand: Why do people get so upset and "mad" when religion is brought up (especially Christian "religion")
    Before I was "religous", I could have cared less what people said. My Grandfather was a pastor and I never got ****ed off when he or anybody else spoke of Jesus or God.

    I don't want to turn this into a "war" (honestly) I'm just curious...What's the big deal?
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    Quote Originally Posted by muldrick
    I AM a "religious" person.
    What I don't understand: Why do people get so upset and "mad" when religion is brought up (especially Christian "religion")
    Before I was "religous", I could have cared less what people said. My Grandfather was a pastor and I never got ****ed off when he or anybody else spoke of Jesus or God.

    I don't want to turn this into a "war" (honestly) I'm just curious...What's the big deal?
    I don't have a problem w/ religious people. I have a problem w/ organized religion itself and those who feel the need to push their religious beliefs onto others (not directed to anyone on this board, so NO ONE take offense). I also like to talk a lot of ****, and joke around...My view of religion is pretty much summed up in Kevin Smith's Dogma:

    "I think it's better to have ideas. You can change an idea. Changing a belief is trickier. Life should malleable and progressive; working from idea to idea permits that. Beliefs anchor you to certain points and limit growth; new ideas can't generate. Life becomes stagnant... A belief's a dangerous thing...People die for it. People kill for it." - Rufus (Chris Rock) *Kind of paraphrased...

    Not to start a war, but that's my opinion...
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    muldrick,
    First off, he who shows up late for his cult initiation and he who refuses it are entirely different cases--much like the former and a monkey.

    Second, a man who believes things that are false, similarly acts--in contrast to reality. Facts are not to be compromised with; the result is ultimately detrimental. When people explode, for example: whatever the direct cause, it's always the result of an erroneous calculation such as religion or Russian nesting dolls.

    NB: I've deliberately constructed this post to "beg the question" while being profoundly yet subtly offensive. This is to provoke an enormous, chaotic flame. HUGGLES.

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    I'm a bit suprised that this thread remained civil.

    I guess i'm used to how the world treats christian people and here the only negative person is eatyummypuppies.

    I'm actually a christian man myself, currently active in the childrens ministry and I'll be moving on later on.

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