Discussion in 'Religion Archives' started by John J. Bannan, Jul 19, 2007.
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and then? what's the point of all what you said?
Yes, but I had to dock her afterwards. She wasn't nearly as inventive as I thought.
:shrug: That lots of women leave Islam too? What's the point of all what you said?
why don't you just say what you want to say? and what's your point?
anyway, and then?
It's alright, I've been converting white women, we're still even, also, what did you expect? That's their sister.
I still get a kick out of the Iranian girl who converted to Scientology. I literally said some joke about how stupid Scientology was and she's meekly said: Oh, I actually used to be a Scientologist. At first I thought, no f*cking way. But, when you stop and think about it, of course 16-22 years old want to do exactly the opposite of what their parents tell them. As she eventually became an MD - well, she was probably always a bit outside of the box.
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I like how you jump on this issue, thinking you know what's happening. That's ok though.
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I was thinking about this the other day. I wonder if it's slowly coming to an end? Not that people won't shop, but, I wonder if people are tiring a little of constant "consuming"?
If I look at people younger than me, I don't think it is ending at all. They seem more heavily consumers than when I was those ages. In fact they seem to have to buy ALL forms of entertainment and activity. The 'going outside meeting some other kids and doing stuff that requires little or no money' seems a dying pattern except amongst the poor. Of course there are more poor now. But all that is my impressions. I hope you are right.
And then? Please, this conversation, is pretty easy to follow, you're response is disapointing.
The religion of identity is appearance.
(this is related to the religion of consumerism, which is the religion of identity is ownership, but one can be one without being the other)
The we need to replace nature including ourselves with something we can patent religion.
nothing and then, you said you have alot of friends were ex-muslims, and i said what i said..
you started it... i should ask. and then?
i think you already answered you're own.
you know what i'm going to say, "and then?..."
You mentioned a couple of European women that converted to your religion a while back. I mentioned a couple of Muslim women that converted away from it. Same topic. So what's your problem? Or should I just write it out?
i have no idea
i have no problem.
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