JoC: "Okay, let's make this easier, of all the morally reprehensible things in the Bible, choose one. It need not be the most morally reprehensible one. Maybe pick one which shows undoubtedly the evilness of the God of the Bible. Just pick one."
Ok. I'll be the first to cave in.
***gets out my role playing game dice rolling table***
*** checks text file "AllFaces-NoVerses.txt"***
***1053 lines (oh well, I'll just have to forget about the last 53 lines)***
***picks 3 d10s for making a 1-1000 roll***
***rattle of dice***
***result = 541***
***using the line numbering feature in my text editor of choice***
***541 = blank line (bummer, means I have to re-roll)***
***rattle of dice***
***result = 492***
***492 = a verse under the topic of Genocidal/Ethnic Cleanser***
And laugh all you want and poopoo the hell out this. I care not. It was the only way I was going to be able to pick one.
My topic: Genocidal and Ethnic Cleansing
Absolutely... Reprehensible. Repugnant. Abhorrent. Abominable. Disgusting. Distasteful. Creepy. Foul. Hateful. Despiteful. Revolting. Objectionable. Horrid. Loathsome. Nauseating (where is my ondansetron?). Offensive. Revulsive.
I think that is enough. Besides, I am starting to smell wood burning...
You know, my wife used to call me a walking thesaurus. And when I heard that said in Guardians of the Galaxy, I had to rewind about 20 minutes because of what I had missed from ROFLFMAO. Another thing she said about me, "You are a walking plethora of encyclopedic factoids."
Never forget this statement I made because anything you say may be negated by this statement (Reference Link, Sun, 08/05/2018 - 12:41):
arakish: "History is always written by those who win the war. When two peoples rise into conflict, sometimes the loser is annihilated. Or, at least, decimated and demolished. The victors shall always write and rewrite the history of the conflict to glorify and deify their own cause, while they also criticize, belittle, ridicule, disparage, marginalize, vilify, and villainize the foe upon which the victors have committed repugnant genocide. What is written, yet unverified, history than an agreed upon myth, legend, fable?"
And this statemeny made by Greensnake (Reference Link, Sun, 08/05/2018 - 23:08):
Greensnake: "Don't you realize that all you know about these wars is from the biased pen of the authors? Once we make a reasonable correction for that bias, we are left with little viscous Bronze Age wars that would properly be condemned as genocidal today. That's like justifying the wars against the Native Americans because a book written by their conquerors portrays it as part of the glorious, God-given destiny of the United States."
(Hope you don't mind Greensnake...)
And do not forget that I shall use Tin-Man's post against you also..
Oooooooh..... NOW I see from where your confusion stems!..... *slapping my forehead with palm of hand*....
...to which you replied:
JoC: "I see. So basically, you responded to my post without reading it. All well and good. Have a good day to you."
(Hope you don't mind Tin-Man...)
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