LogicalFallacy

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    Fishing, camping, gardening, politics, social dynamics, science, philosophy. A special interest in mythology and ancient history (Both ancient humans and ancient earth)
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  1. Transgender Mania is a sign of cultural collapse.

    Agreed... in fact racism wasn't a part of my sentence... maybe a touch anti religious... but hey Oooohhh right, I forgot Islam was a 'race'... oops my bad.
  2. Another failed doomsday 9/23/2017

    October the 15th is the new doomsday? Ok we just avoided having Nirbiu crash into us on the 23 September.... now we've got something else lined up Post back here on the 16th October for a good laugh.
  3. Same Sex Survey Down Under

    And like always New Zealand is ahead of the curve.... and according to this guy judgement is hitting us http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11749215
  4. Child Parro.... I mean, Preachers...

    Typical Christian tactic, when you can say anything sensible just scream. Hopefully the screaming will overwhelm the mental faculties of your audience.
  5. Goodbye Everybody

    I know I'm late to the party (Was born two weeks late you see) But goodbye Was nice knowing you all. Um.... yeah so this is it... the end..... someone has a weird definition of "the end".
  6. Did Anyone Else Attend a Private Christian School?

    From age 11 to 15 I was home schooled by Christian parents using A Beka as a foundation so I guess that's kind of a private Christian school? Very based on Christian perspective. English and Maths was ok, but history all slated with a Christian perspective and anything in the bible taken as true. Science I don't remember much of until I was 15 and by then we had shifted to the secular material to get me through School Certificate. All in all my education was shit. Trying to make up for it now. By the way I found out the pyramids were not built using Enochs atomic power. Big shock that one (The shit I used to believe and the family still does believe!)
  7. I've read and heard stuff like this. I think they have a point, but one I heard of went off on mathematics and declared that advanced humans 20,000 years ago were writing messages in pyramids to warn us of some catastrophe. I think that the idea that the ancients were more advanced and connected that what we give them credit for is a valid idea.
  8. Transgender Mania is a sign of cultural collapse.

    It's all these cell phones... no it might be the people on the benefit.... no no its all the single mothers.. no wait its... whatever you happen not to like or agree with. Meanwhile in North Korea an actual threat is brewing, and muslims are breeding like rats... in western countries. As a smart man from the UK said, when Islam takes over we would have been discussing whether we need more toilets and how to use pronouns while being invaded by a society that allows neither.
  9. Transgender Mania is a sign of cultural collapse.

    My dear mother speaks of the 60's as near paradise compared to today....
  10. Well its over, its officially over. The last place on earth has crossed over to the 24th. It is with great glee that I say BULLSHIT! No doubt Niribu will make a comeback in a few years.
  11. What, he called it off? Technically we still have some parts of the world in the 23rd.... its not over yet. Have faith I exhort ye all! Nibiru will appear.
  12. Today the music stops-Simon Black

    Depends on a few factors. Auto industry I don't know much about, but if demand goes down factories will cut back. What is your deposit percentage on the house, how big is the loan, what is your buffer of free money to allow for increases in interest rates etc? All these factors plays a part in the decision. Basically if you cant afford a house don't buy it. Simple. Lets say a house cost $400,000, you have a deposit of $20,000 (5% deposit, which is 5% equity in the property), loan 380,000 - at 5% interest thats19,000 interest paid per year BEFORE you actually pay off any of the capital. If your income is less than 3 times the total yearly payments you are going to be in trouble. A good very rough guide is that the cost of your house should be NO more than 4-5 times your annual income. So for a $400,000 house your combined income should be at least $80,000. [Edit - to be clear the 4-5x house price is not a goal, its a limit! Once you go over that you are starting to stray into unsustainable territory - ok if interest rates stay low, but if they climb and you are leveraged to the hilt things could get very bad for you very fast!] That's some rough safety guides - don't take a loan just because the banks will give you one. They did that in the years leading up to 2007 where they lent to people that couldn't pay. B grade mortgages that caused the subprime market to collapse. Disclaimer: What is said here should not be taken or construed as advice. This is my opinion only.
  13. Another sad story

    So here is another story where a Christian couple go through heartache, and people still end up praising god and jesus and saying its all in his plan. https://www.stuff.co.nz/world/americas/97116334 Snipped from the article: (My emphasis) Carrie and Nick DeKlyen made the heartbreaking decision to continue with her sixth pregnancy but stop chemotherapy. Life Lynn DeKlyen was born at 5.30pm on September 6 - 24 weeks into Carrie DeKylen's pregnancy. She weighed 1 pound 4 ounces (just over half a kilogram). The couple came up with her name together. Carrie DeKlyen was buried six days later. Then Life died as well, 14 days after she was born. The infant's death was announced on Thursday on the couple's Facebook page. "It is with great sadness and a absolutely broken heart that I tell you Life Lynn passed away last night," the post read. "Carrie is now rocking her baby girl. I have no explanation of why this happened, but I do know Jesus loves us and someday we will know why. The grief we feel is almost unbearable, please be praying for our family." Nick DeKlyen told The Detroit News just one day earlier that Life Lynn nearly died on September 12, the same day Carrie DeKlyen was buried. "I know God can turn this around," he told the News. "And I am going to keep believing that Life is going to be fine." Life was delivered by Caesarean section as Carrie DeKylen was dying. "That's what she wanted," Nick said earlier this month. "We love the Lord. We're pro-life. We believe that God gave us this baby." 14 days later that baby was dead - what causes a great many people to still have love and faith in a god that obviously fails so much? Does the reasoning that "we don't understand gods will" hold so much sway? Very sad
  14. Today the music stops-Simon Black

    This shit has been predicted for a while. They should have let the economy reset in 08. To quote Kenneth Boulding — 'Anyone who believes that exponential growth can go on forever in a finite world is either a madman or an economist.' Here is the scene in Margin Call when John the Director says the music isn't slowing down, the music has stopped.
  15. Peter Hitchens on Safe Spaces

    I disagree with a lot of what Peter Hitchens believes and promotes. However in this clip I could not fault a single thing he said and I think he is 100% right on the button. I think there are three major issues facing human society today: The rise of Islam, the radicalization of groups such as 3rd wave feminists, BLM, Antifa, Alt right etc, and the censorship of free speech which the first two issues are contributing to. Peter Hitchen's lays out what censorship of free speech would entail.