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WTF are you talking about? The flat world myth? You need to get educated. Only modern ignoramuses think Middle Aged man believed the Earth is flat. You just proved my point that time does not inevitably march towards the improvement of mankind.

Quote "The people of the Middle Ages did not believe the earth was flat. They knew it was round. The ancients said it was round, the Fathers of the Church said it was round; they saw its shadow during an eclipse of the moon, and the shadow was round; they saw masts of ships sinking below the horizon -- round!"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cqzq01i2O3U


Ya really really really don't get sarcasm do you?
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the results were more or less expected.
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I took the test its bull shit


The test itself, debatable. People's responses to their and other people's results are interesting though.
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karatecowboy wrote:



WTF are you talking about? The flat world myth? You need to get educated. Only modern ignoramuses think Middle Aged man believed the Earth is flat. You just proved my point that time does not inevitably march towards the improvement of mankind.

Quote "The people of the Middle Ages did not believe the earth was flat. They knew it was round. The ancients said it was round, the Fathers of the Church said it was round; they saw its shadow during an eclipse of the moon, and the shadow was round; they saw masts of ships sinking below the horizon -- round!"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cqzq01i2O3U


Ya really really really don't get sarcasm do you?


It's pretty universally acknowledged that it doesn't carry well over forums.
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Ya know it warms my heart to see all the Socialists results.
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if u read and believe in the bible u would understand



Lady no offence but I grew up Catholic and Catholicism demands a rather intense understanding of scripture of even it's lay people .


I'm a confirmed Catholic and this is bullshit. Catholic dogma makes virtually no demand of understanding scripture for it's lay people. On the contrary, the Catholic teaching is that lay people do not have the authority to interpret scripture. At most, an ambitious layman may sit down with this Bible and his Catechism and memorize the official understanding of Scripture.


The only mention scripture makes to a unified world government is the Tower of Babel.


Revelations/Apocalypse also mentions a unified world government. But, I've heard many a Catholic layman and priest discourage laymen from reading that book. "It's too hard for you to understand".


yes, exactly it is in revelation
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karatecowboy wrote:


Ranwolf wrote:


karatecowboy wrote:



WTF are you talking about? The flat world myth? You need to get educated. Only modern ignoramuses think Middle Aged man believed the Earth is flat. You just proved my point that time does not inevitably march towards the improvement of mankind.

Quote "The people of the Middle Ages did not believe the earth was flat. They knew it was round. The ancients said it was round, the Fathers of the Church said it was round; they saw its shadow during an eclipse of the moon, and the shadow was round; they saw masts of ships sinking below the horizon -- round!"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cqzq01i2O3U


Ya really really really don't get sarcasm do you?


It's pretty universally acknowledged that it doesn't carry well over forums.


Well I apologise but I thought the use of a stupid enough example would be enough . Perhaps one of those idiotic emoji or a specialised font. Or something in the rules stating the use of a agreed upon symbol before or after the main body of text.


.....sarcasm needs tone inflection to be honest.hard to do in text.
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It's pretty universally acknowledged that it doesn't carry well over forums.


Well I apologise but I thought the use of a stupid enough example would be enough . Perhaps one of those idiotic emoji or a specialised font. Or something in the rules stating the use of a agreed upon symbol before or after the main body of text.


.....sarcasm needs tone inflection to be honest.hard to do in text.

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yes, exactly it is in revelation


Please tell me you figured that out on your own and aren't simply playing the cheerleader here. Cheerleader types annoy the ever living fuck outta me.
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Ya know it warms my heart to see all the Socialists results.


I agree. Though I always liked Socialism. To be honest, thinking of the past... The only thing I believe we butted heads about was guns. Maybe I need to give you a less biased look in your later posts.
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yes, exactly it is in revelation


Please tell me you figured that out on your own and aren't simply playing the cheerleader here. Cheerleader types annoy the ever living fuck outta me.


I have read revelation at least twice, yes, it is there
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How so, a united world government might not be a bad thing.


Sure, there is the manifest destiny that the United States will include all states of the world.
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Seems correct.


Not a fan of tradition and Nationalism myself i feel its a waste of time
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this question rustled my jimmies


Why so?
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Sure, there is the manifest destiny that the United States will include all states of the world.


Please don't give me nightmares. The thought of your country with it's fucked political spectrum, it's over abundance of conservative nut jobs , it's plague of left winged idiots , the crap food, the idiotic gun laws, the history of outlawing sodomy , the lack of universal healthcare, and the legalisation of marijuana are not something the world needs .

God if that ever happened I'd end up killing presidents for a job.
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