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Can torture be legalized for just long enough to break whoever started that stupid doge meme? I don't see how anyone can find it funny or amusing.
I had to, I'm sorry.
I haven't so far said anything about my religious beliefs nor have I used any arguments relating to Christianity, but it is a common assumption to make. Regarding your scenario, if I was a Christian in a Muslim country and I wasn't allowed to eat bacon, I would respect their beliefs but move to a country where I was amongst other Christians. In my opinion, it's their land, they can do what they want in it.
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But, now we got this new clan server going, I could imagine that this would be fun. Decleration of war on the other clans, competing in fun events that would reward the clan. I could get that that would be fun.
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Redo how dyes are handled all together by giving cauldrons a purpose; making dye into a liquid form
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If i were to make any suggestions, i would recommend a simple refraction system. Like redstone only carries current 13 blocks or so, the glass panels could, if encased in non-opaque blocks, carry the light further than it would normally travel (like optic fibers). Additionally i would suggest colored redstone lamps, so that the color could be turned on and of at the switch of a button.
What is wrong with civil unions with the same rights of marriage?
It's not about civil rights, it's about forcing people by law to accept that two men or two woman is the same as one man, one woman.
Because traditional marriage will still exist if gay marriage is legalized. But, of course, that's not what supporting traditional marriage means. It means denying any other type of marriage.
It's amazing how fired up people get when you say I support traditional marriage
Most of the time I see people complaining about constructive posts being removed when I remember both the constructive post and the original post that stemmed the mass deletion, the constructive post sometimes couldn't exist without the one that was removed. For example, I've see posts that are technically on topic but filled with flaming. This posts ends up being removed due to the flaming in it, then a few posts down there is a reply to that post. It's constructive and on topic, but it is replying to a post that is being removed, and normally quotes that post as well. When a moderator has to cut many pages from a thread, do you expect him to edit this person's post to say the same thing without any context of what they are replying to? Would you think it was better if mods were editing your posts and possibly accidentally making your point come across differently than intended?Quote from lolpierandom
Yes, but I've seen constructive posts removed as well as collateral.
Proper forum procedure is to remove the quote tree and preserve relevant parts of the post, no? There's no sense in removing the whole thing if half of it is unrelated to the quote tree and is relevant to the thread.