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Signed On Feb 20, 2003, 07:39
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News Comments > BF2142 Beta Opens
10. Re: No subject Sep 8, 2006, 01:15 Tim
 
Then you're sure to love Bluesnews.  
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News Comments > Battlefield 2 Patch
15. No subject Sep 5, 2006, 16:24 Tim
 
steam  
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News Comments > BF2 Patch Status
10. No subject Aug 16, 2006, 10:58 Tim
 
For the month or so I played Battlefield 2 I cant say I experienced any stability issues.

Useless instigating posts by nin count thus far: 2 or 20%

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News Comments > Red Ocean Announced
1. No subject Aug 16, 2006, 10:30 Tim
 
Jack Hard  
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News Comments > No BF2 Patch Today
33. No subject Aug 15, 2006, 14:34 Tim
 
When did gaming become politicking?  
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News Comments > No BF2 Patch Today
30. No subject Aug 15, 2006, 14:10 Tim
 
They just really hate Canadians.  
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News Comments > RACE Announced
2. Re: No subject Aug 15, 2006, 00:57 Tim
 
Starforce ftl  
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
43. No subject Aug 14, 2006, 20:46 Tim
 
I vote we outsource our military.  
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News Comments > Counter-Strike: Source Plans
6. Re: CSS Aug 12, 2006, 17:05 Tim
 
clearly  
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News Comments > BF2 Patch Info Tomorrow
8. Re: No subject Aug 10, 2006, 20:58 Tim
 
Dental work is costly.  
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News Comments > Sunday Legal Briefs
18. Re: No subject Aug 7, 2006, 05:51 Tim
 
Why don't you go blog about your feelings.
Na, I'll just add you to the dumbfuck filter in firefox and keep right on posting.

Bye fucktard!




This person has got to be eleven years old. This isn't any other explanation. Asperger's Disorder can be tragic, especially on the Internet.
 
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News Comments > Sunday Legal Briefs
2. Re: No subject Aug 6, 2006, 16:02 Tim
 
Why don't you go blog about your feelings.  
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News Comments > Half-Life 2: Episode One Update
26. No subject Feb 27, 2006, 17:35 Tim
 
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News Comments > Crashday Demo
16. No subject Jan 26, 2006, 17:44 Tim
 
Hi im Crashday 3 years ago I would have been an average game.

This demo isn't very good. I would say that the Interstate series including the various expansions are infinitely better. To use this game and those games in the same sentence is a huge disservice actually. Its talk like this that leads to games like Crashday.
 
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
53. Re: No subject Jan 5, 2006, 03:45 Tim
 
Oh, please. Atheism means nothing of the sort. An atheist does not believe in the existence of God. That in no way assumes that an Atheist is hostile to religion. Lack of belief in something does not correspond to hostility towards people/organizations that do believe in it.

Atheists believe that there is no God; the opposite of what a Judeo-Christian believes. An atheist has a set a of notions that they believe as the truth. While those notions aren't of a theistic value, they are values that are believed to be as rightful to an atheist as a Judeo-Christian believes his own notions are true. Among other things a religion is a set of beliefs. You seem hung up on not wanting to admit the belief that there isn't a God (atheism) isn't a religion.

Removing it is not an attack on Christianity (or any other religion), it's a restoration of the principles the country was founded on.

No it isn't an attack on Christianity its attack on the advocates of that religion.

Do you have any recollection of the history of the United States of America at all?

You're clearly an atheist so let me ask you while ive got your attention. Would you be against the displaying of a Pieter Pauwel Rubens painting depicting a biblical scene in a public museum that is funded by the US federal government?


Can you make your posts more civil, is that possible? My post denotes my extreme tolerance of the these ideas im discussing. From the look of some of your remarks you apparently took it as a threat. Again, it is time the increasingly vocal atheistic voice started practicing some tolerance and rejoin the community of patriotic Americans who agree to work together in a secular state for the benefit of all. har har


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News Comments > Out of the Blue
47. Re: No subject Jan 4, 2006, 22:12 Tim
 
It occurs to me, that we here in Norway, where we in theory do not have a separation between church and state, in practice have a more separated church and state than the US, where this separation is supposedly guaranteed by the constitution...

Just a thought.

In the context of the American Experiment, secular and atheistic do not mean the same thing. We are a secular nation, but not an atheistic nation. Secular refers to an authority that exists outside of or apart from the authority of the church. We certainly have that in America. The church official cannot of his own authority set binding public policy on people who do not recognize his authority. The people elect the leaders they want to set the binding public policy. Likewise, the political leader cannot dictate the belief or practice of any church. The church as an institution and the state as an institution are autonomous.

An atheistic state would, by definition, be hostile to religion. The very word atheist denotes one who is (a theos) against God. This is itself a religious stance. An atheistic nation is one that strives to eliminate all trace of God worshippers from the public square. We have seen some of this in Communist countries. Brutality and repression result.

It is possible to be a Christian secularist. In the context of the gospel, the word secular carries a negative connotation (and rightly so) being a synonym for materialistic worldliness and all its evils. However, in the political arena, Christians need to recognize secular as a term denoting the American belief (Constituted in the 1st Amendment) that your church cannot tell my church what to do as a church. This is the protection for which Isaac Backus fought. (Backus was the first prominent Baptist in America and the father of the US concept of religious liberty, though not the phrase "separation of church and state"). This is a protection freedom-loving American Christians have died to protect over the history of our nation.

But it is not the Christians who are most in need of this recognition. It is the anti-Christians (NOW, ACLU, Robert Reich). The 1st Amendment does not exalt atheism over other religious beliefs in the United States of America. As much as it protects atheists from over-reaching religionists, it protects people of faith from the atheists who would like to see them removed.

The atheistic state must be fought at all costs. Christians have the right to participate as citizens in public life with all the rights and privileges atheists do. Christians have the right to debate and set public policy through their elected representatives just like non-Christians do. Christians have the right to set limits on aberrant and harmful behavior just like Green party candidates do.

They do not have the right to force all Americans to worship Jesus Christ. In the same way, atheists do not have the right to ban religious speech, concepts, and politics merely because they are made, held, or practiced by Christians.

It is time the increasingly vocal atheistic voice started practicing some tolerance and rejoin the community of patriotic Americans who agree to work together in a secular state for the benefit of all.

I think that about does it.
 
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
40. Re: No subject Jan 4, 2006, 20:45 Tim
 
If these swine pine ever so much over an atheistic nation why was immigration into the fab USSR so low(read: nil)?  
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News Comments > Saturday Consolidation
1. No subject Dec 3, 2005, 18:52 Tim
 
Micro$oft is evil. Right?  
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
41. No subject Nov 29, 2005, 20:03 Tim
 
So let me get this straight... its perfectly acceptable to deface Christians as a whole because some choose not to buy into this witch dreamland, but not okay to deface Muslims for as a whole for committing and/or aiding atrocities.

If you people are upset that Christians believe Harry Potter is rubbish, but not Muslims wanting to kill the 'infidels' then you're sick.


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News Comments > German Violent Gaming Legislation
126. No subject Nov 18, 2005, 22:37 Tim
 
its the bullets that do the killing.  
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