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Everyone is a Hypocrite
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Posted 7/28/11

lce_Cubet25 wrote:


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in that case guys not being men but ppl oh wow its like ur protecting dom's virginity or sth
OP said everyones a hypocrite


So, what you seem to be saying it that because the OP said thus, therefore, it must be true- I am not quite following you there. Is it true because he said it, or is it that the statement's nature is being true. If it is the latter, than the OP doesn't play into it, because its true-ness exist outside the OP's proclaimation, but, if it is the former, if another OP said something contrary in another post, then the two opposites both are true, but then, that would make two contradictions true, wouldn't it....


theyre arguing thier asses off


I am not a physician, an apotacary, a chemist, or any amongst that trice noble branch of the medical science, but I think that the act of arguing, as in a verbal dispute, would not result in their arses detaching itself from the body.


i just concluded
its general knowledge


Really, first time I heard of it being 'general knowledge'- if it isn't accepted by everyone, it can no longer be considered 'general'- I happen to not accept that, and I know many people profess the same opinion.


and dude u contradicted urself ahahah i pointed it out to you lol


My pride forces to me ask how.


dont even start if theres anyone thats rambling nonsense its you & fortress
OMG im NOT a hypocrite
exactly, in differnce, im not making this a priority yknow? ahahah for every action theres a reason right?


I never said that I am not a hypocrite, I am just saying that you cannot call everyone a hypocrite if there is no proof of its verity. And yes, for every action there is a reason. My reason for even conversing with you with the faint hope that you manage to get some wit about you...what's yours?


while u were disecting my replies i think i meantioned it a couple of times?
go search for it
and ohhhh, poor boys never heard of figurative language
take everything LITERALLY
and then get a bizarre conclusion from it
everyones been a hypocrite at least once in thier life time <3
its natural

now with that said chinese boy please go read my previous comments even better
no i dont find it disturbing at all.


As I said before, no proof= not true.

Also, who said I am Chinese? I'll have you know, I am actually an American...a full, red blooded, true blue, flag waving, Cola drinking American!



Hail Columbia, happy land
Hail ye heroes, heaven born band
Who fought and bled for freedom's cause
Who fought and bled for freedom's cause
and when the storms of war is gone
Enjoyed the peace your valour won!
Let Independence be our boast,
Ever mindful of the cost
Ever grateful for the prize
let it's alter reach the skies!


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You can call yourself moral or immoral. Good or bad. Truth is, you're neither of these. Every human is a being not conforming absolutely to any morality or immorality. You can speak of yourself acting in a given situation in a certain way, yet you might come to find yourself doing something different, which makes you rather hypocritical.

Even if you proclaim that you don't have your own preset of reactions to scenarios, you still tend to contradict this while denying it. Even doing nothing is making a decision.

Knowing this, we all all equal in one respect.


i understood almost none of what u just sed...
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Of course you don't- if I were a pettier person, I would disparage your intellect, but I like to think that I am above such trifling silliness.

First you admit to hypocrisy, and then follow it up with the statement 'all men are hypocrites'- almost as if you want us to think the latter follows from the first. If I am suppose to interpret it differently, tell me how to interpret your wisdom, Oh Hermes Trismegistus! that I may worship your profound Esoteric wisdom.
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Posted 7/28/11

lce_Cubet25 wrote:


ginkou-san wrote:


lce_Cubet25 wrote:


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sry but im that type of a person who'd read most of posts cos they r sometimes interesting

same
but
this hardly struck me as intresting
instead i found the logic of it really retarded
its like argueing if humans are greedy or not



if i were to talk something about 'human nature', humans always want something, either fame or material or knowledge or spiritual stuffs.
what i post here usually kind of side-tracked
but it's fun how you give your opinions and to hear other people's =)


<3 exaclty
and dom over there is getting a boner over misunderstanding my statements
its so wierd seeing what u type highlighted in red
LOL


well don't you think what they highlight in your post is what they're pointing at? they write they words for a focus of the highlighted words. if it is coloured in red, i suppose the person has a strong believe in his/her opinion against the words.
all you have to do is just to justify your points, i believe, to actually get the right words to not get urself back-fired.
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In each edition, the racism and xenophobia is upped! Huzzah!

I said that that is your position, and that I disagreed with it.

Also, about your picture thinger with the Vegans- there is a big difference between being killed for food without consent, and working for pay with consent.
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Everyone is a hypocrite...except me!
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Humans can never be consistent with their thoughts and actions no matter how disciplined they are.
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but i am not!! :rolleyes:
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The definition of a hypocrite is a person who is an actor pretending to be something they're not. Jesus called some people hypocrites because they listened to what He said and pretended to be religious but really weren't. He knows everything and knew those people didn't really believe He is the Savior which He is! :)
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Posted 8/27/11 , edited 8/27/11
I'm always changing my philosophies and opinions on certain moral issues because I keep on contradicting myself and being hypocritical. I have now realised that there isn't a perfect mindset in which we are not hypocrites.
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CarboKill wrote:

I'm always changing my philosophies and opinions on certain moral issues because I keep on contradicting myself and being hypocritical. I have now realised that there isn't a perfect mindset in which we are not hypocrites.


The lack of sincerity is the mark of the hypocrite, not the actual changing of beliefs when proven wrong or infesible- that would be stubborness.

Take Merriam Webster's definition, for example:



a feigning to be what one is not or to believe what one does not; especially : the false assumption of an appearance of virtue or religion


It is the feigning that is the mark of hypocrisy, not the double-standard or the change in opinion.
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Agreed...
We're all bastard... blame it on out instinct...!

We need to be selfish to survive...! that's the rule of the game...!
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Recognizing the near universal characteristic of hypocrisy (especially in yourself) is a small but useful part of becoming an adult. Jejune teenagers generally bemoan hypocrisies they see while a mature individuals try to see the inconsistencies in themselves and then try comprehend the reasons for them in themselves and others.
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how misleading.
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imphic wrote:

Recognizing the near universal characteristic of hypocrisy (especially in yourself) is a small but useful part of becoming an adult. Jejune teenagers generally bemoan hypocrisies they see while a mature individuals try to see the inconsistencies in themselves and then try comprehend the reasons for them in themselves and others.


As I have said before, inconsitencies and fickleness is not hypocrisy- insincerity is.

I can sincerely believe that alcohol is a evil potion brew from the bladder of Satan, and still drink heavily without being a hypocrite, just as I can recommend a nice vication spot without actually having been there. If I am insincere, however, I become a hypocrite- if I do not sincerely believe in the virtue of teetotalling, but I preach its gospel to the crowd, I am, then a hypocrite.

To say that hypocrisy is 'near universal' is completely unfounded, as you cannot prove someone's wanting of sincerity.
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