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#1  Postby Ciarin » Mar 13, 2010 3:12 am

Paganism + AWESOME = Heathenism.


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Re: Heathenism

#2  Postby xsmooth_criminalx » Mar 13, 2010 3:43 am

No, not really...

In my opinion, paganism, or paganism+ anything= :lame:
...or to be more specific/fair, theism in general= :lame:
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#3  Postby RealityJunkie » Mar 13, 2010 4:56 am

Err... and here I was thinking I was about to read some sort of evidence for Heathenism. :scratch: :?
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#4  Postby Ciarin » Mar 13, 2010 4:58 am

RealityJunkie wrote:Err... and here I was thinking I was about to read some sort of evidence for Heathenism. :scratch: :?


Let me make it easy for you, there's no evidence.
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#5  Postby RealityJunkie » Mar 13, 2010 5:00 am

Ciarin wrote:
RealityJunkie wrote:Err... and here I was thinking I was about to read some sort of evidence for Heathenism. :scratch: :?


Let me make it easy for you, there's no evidence.


Hmm, is there something else to make up for it?
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#6  Postby mmmcheezy » Mar 13, 2010 5:00 am

RealityJunkie wrote:
Ciarin wrote:
RealityJunkie wrote:Err... and here I was thinking I was about to read some sort of evidence for Heathenism. :scratch: :?


Let me make it easy for you, there's no evidence.


Hmm, is there something else to make up for it?


It makes you, like, totally bad-ass, dude.
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#7  Postby Ciarin » Mar 13, 2010 5:03 am

RealityJunkie wrote:
Ciarin wrote:
RealityJunkie wrote:Err... and here I was thinking I was about to read some sort of evidence for Heathenism. :scratch: :?


Let me make it easy for you, there's no evidence.


Hmm, is there something else to make up for it?



Make up for what?
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Re: Heathenism

#8  Postby RealityJunkie » Mar 13, 2010 5:05 am

Ciarin wrote:
RealityJunkie wrote:
Ciarin wrote:
RealityJunkie wrote:Err... and here I was thinking I was about to read some sort of evidence for Heathenism. :scratch: :?


Let me make it easy for you, there's no evidence.


Hmm, is there something else to make up for it?



Make up for what?


For the lack of evidence. There must be a reason why you believe in Heathenism. If there's no evidence, there must be something else.
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#9  Postby Ciarin » Mar 13, 2010 5:09 am

RealityJunkie wrote:
Ciarin wrote:
RealityJunkie wrote:
Ciarin wrote:
RealityJunkie wrote:Err... and here I was thinking I was about to read some sort of evidence for Heathenism. :scratch: :?


Let me make it easy for you, there's no evidence.


Hmm, is there something else to make up for it?



Make up for what?


For the lack of evidence. There must be a reason why you believe in Heathenism. If there's no evidence, there must be something else.


I have evidence for myself.
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#10  Postby irreligionist » Mar 13, 2010 5:14 am

Ciarin wrote:Paganism + AWESOME = Heathenism.


:dance:


Er...

having no evidence + wanting to seem special = Heathenism.

I'll admit my equation is silly if you will admit yours is.

I'd also comment on your ridiculous statements about Michael Jackson except that I have a feeling that your posts on that will be deleted. Oh, and your opinions on Michael Jackson are not insightful or unique or relevant.
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#11  Postby Ciarin » Mar 13, 2010 5:17 am

irreligionist wrote:
Ciarin wrote:Paganism + AWESOME = Heathenism.


:dance:


Er...

having no evidence + wanting to seem special = Heathenism.

I'll admit my equation is silly if you will admit yours is.

I'd also comment on your ridiculous statements about Michael Jackson except that I have a feeling that your posts on that will be deleted. Oh, and your opinions on Michael Jackson are not insightful or unique or relevant.



Er.....get a sense of humour?
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#12  Postby mmmcheezy » Mar 13, 2010 5:17 am

irreligionist wrote:
Ciarin wrote:Paganism + AWESOME = Heathenism.


:dance:


Er...

having no evidence + wanting to seem special = Heathenism.

I'll admit my equation is silly if you will admit yours is.

I'd also comment on your ridiculous statements about Michael Jackson except that I have a feeling that your posts on that will be deleted. Oh, and your opinions on Michael Jackson are not insightful or unique or relevant.


I did find it odd that she completely derailed her own thread for no apparent reason...
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#13  Postby RealityJunkie » Mar 13, 2010 5:18 am

Ciarin wrote:

I have evidence for myself.


Ok nevermind, I was just trying to squeeze some content out if this otherwise childish, name-calling thread. Carry on then :cheers:

Though it would be much more constructive/cooler if:
1) xsmooth_criminalx would start a thread in the general debunking section presenting evidence on the innocence of MJ.
2) Ciarin were to write an informative bit on Heathenism instead of keeping this info to herself.

Now if you'll excuse me there are a couple of beers somewhere that are getting rather lonely without me. :drunk: :lol:
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Re: Heathenism

#14  Postby Ciarin » Mar 13, 2010 5:21 am

RealityJunkie wrote:
Ciarin wrote:

I have evidence for myself.


Ok nevermind, I was just trying to squeeze some content out if this otherwise childish, name-calling thread. Carry on then :cheers:



Name calling?


2) Ciarin were to write an informative bit on Heathenism instead of keeping this info to herself.


I'll be more informative, you have but to ask. It's not like it's a big secret. What would you like to know?
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#15  Postby irreligionist » Mar 13, 2010 5:23 am

Ciarin wrote:This thread isn't serious. Derailing isn't a big deal. Lighten up guys.


I'm glad you realise that no one should take heathenism seriously :cheers:
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#16  Postby Ciarin » Mar 13, 2010 5:24 am

irreligionist wrote:
Ciarin wrote:This thread isn't serious. Derailing isn't a big deal. Lighten up guys.


I'm glad you realise that no one should take the internet seriously :cheers:


Fixed.
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#17  Postby Spinozasgalt » Mar 13, 2010 10:22 am


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#18  Postby Spinozasgalt » Mar 13, 2010 10:42 am


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Re: Heathenism

#19  Postby Nebogipfel » Mar 13, 2010 12:28 pm

OK, I'll bite.

What are the fundamental precepts of Heathenism? (Assuming that this is a sensible question to ask?)
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#20  Postby Ciarin » Mar 13, 2010 2:58 pm

Nebogipfel wrote:OK, I'll bite.

What are the fundamental precepts of Heathenism? (Assuming that this is a sensible question to ask?)



The fundamental precepts of heathenism depend entirely on which branch of heathenism you're talking about. In general, Heathenism tends to put a high value on honor, reputation, tradition, family, ancestry, self-reliance, etc.
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