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  1. "God said nothing bad will happen to me. But, He also told me that if a bad thing happens, it's all my fault..." Tell you what, either someone wrote it down wrong, or this deity is an abuser. I heavily doubt an all-powerful deity would be abusive (and still have us around to gripe about it after hundreds of generations). Therefore, I'm pretty sure the books aren't quite accurate... Maybe, just maybe, we were given this brain and these reasoning skills to, you know, USE THEM!?

    about 4 days ago from web
    • I admit that I was lenient towards this at the beginning and didn't take the whole thing very serious, however I did my usual things like proper hygiene and my natural behaviour of avoiding people, but very soon I did everything right with wearing masks and such. I had underestimated the outcome and spread before. But after all of the evidence I cannot fathom why people can be still so stubborn.

      about 4 days ago from web
      • @adiwan I've usually been a bit cavalier about new diseases, too, aside from standard flu-season hygiene. I was on team "don't wear a mask if you aren't sick, we need them for front line workers" until the new science came out. And I, too, do not understand people who take the advice of a group of uneducated desert monks who've been dead for two thousand years and their demigod fanfiction over modern science and medicine.

        about 4 days ago in context
      • @scribus As far as I could seen in the videos nobody has used religion as an excuse. I've seen more messages about being fed up by the government and being told what to do, and being inconvenienced, as well as skepticism of the whole pandemic and the virus itself.

        about 4 days ago in context
      • @adiwan I guess I don't really know that a major amount have been using religion specifically, but it just seems common in a lot of science denial.

        about 3 days ago in context
    • Germany has also stupid people. 17000 people without masks and without distancing themselves from others demonstrated against the corona politics in Berlin today. I mean: WTF. At this point I hope they all die because it seems that's the only way stupidity dies.

      about 4 days ago from web
      • With "we" I mean the whole world. He is not my president, however he still mangos up the rest of the world.

        about 4 days ago from web
        • We can only hope Trump gets infected with covid and there will be no chance that he gets re-elected. Unless it's a zombie virus, just with a very delayed effect.

          about 4 days ago from web
          • So my neighbor, who is also one of my employees, gave me a cake for Eid yesterday because I guess that’s a tradition in Muslim cultures, is to give gifts to your neighbors on Eid. Anyway, uh, she might be dead now and I’m potentially very upset.

            about 4 days ago from web
            • This is not a phrase I use lightly because I think it’s mostly used by racists, but this customer is a black supremacist and it gets on my nerves because he has a vendetta against every one of my non-black minority cashiers in addition to the (probably fair) vendetta against the white ones.

              about 4 days ago from web
              • Look folks, the point is this. I almost won, and I almost won by a much, much greater amount than anyone previously thought possible, someone said they had never seen a president get that many electoral votes, and I said is that so? Can Joe Biden say he almost won? No, I don’t think he can, next question.

                about 4 days ago from web
                • “Winning easy races is overrated”, says the Georgia GOP http://rainbowdash.net/url/875580

                  about 4 days ago from web
                • So I guess I'm gonna try streaming on YT because Twitch is a pile of itchy bean bags (thanks amazon~)

                  about 4 days ago from web
                  • Always surprises me how willing Trump supporters are to cover for a man who is literally retarded. Surely they could choose a much smarter evil man to throw their support behind?

                    about 5 days ago from web
                    • Well my new computer has just so many built in streaming features it'd be a durn shame not to. . .

                      about 5 days ago from web
                      • HAHAHA. My caffeine resistance is remarkable. I drank 6 cups of medium-strong black tea and a lemonade with about twice the caffeine concentration of Coca-cola and I was still tired all the time.

                        about 6 days ago from web
                      • I'm somewhat annoyed that anytime the number 69 is mentioned someone says "nice".

                        about 6 days ago from web
                      • man who predicted that no man's sky would launch in a horrible, unacceptable, unfinished state has new shocking prediction about 2020: we're not going to be happy no matter what happens

                        about 6 days ago from web
                        • my greatest victory is that i was right about no man's sky

                          about 6 days ago from web
                          • Words of encouragement for this difficult time

                            http://rainbowdash.net/url/875579

                            about 6 days ago from web
                          • republicans keep saying they lie to pollsters because they don't trust polls, and they don't trust polls because people lie, so the lie because they can't trust polls, therefore they can't trust the polls because people are lying, and because of that-

                            about 6 days ago from web
                            • Because it is. A lot is similar but strangely skewed and makes more sense when read in context.

                              about 6 days ago from web
                              • Reading Low-German is like solving a strange language puzzle.

                                about 6 days ago from web
                                • Yesterday i was at my favorite coiffeur because I couldn't stand the long hair anymore that constantly fell into my face and was heating up my back neck. Now my hair is short again such that I do not need my hair drier for a while because it dries quickly on its own. I also gave a bigger tip.

                                  about 7 days ago from web
                                  • @adiwan Curious, do you have establishments that might be more of a "barber shop" situation? Like, in the USA, there's sort of a "barber for men, salon for women" thing going on. I kind of like the idea of just a neutral "haircut place."

                                    about 7 days ago in context
                                  • @scribus Most places I know in Germany and Poland offer cutting hair both for men and women but they are sectioned off in a way, men front, women back (with or without a wall in between). Smaller places with less traffic do not have that.

                                    There are only very few places that are highly specialized on either gender, like for men and offering more services for beard grooming.

                                    My favorite place has men in the front and women in the back. It's a Turkish lead establishment that has some fancy services like pulling eye brow hair with string for both genders, often used by people with monobrow tendencies and the pulling of the hair creates a very clean look without stubbles.

                                    about 7 days ago in context