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That is not how I think. I naturally am against killing, it just happily coincides with what is also taught in my church. It is like if your doctor tells you to not jump in front of a moving car, I was never planning on it, but thanks anyway for reaffirming what I already thought.

wardogninja(1788) Clarified
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Do you still think that now that the trailer is out?

wardogninja(1788) Clarified
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That is not an infallible position. It is not uncommon for psychologists to disagree on diagnosis, even more so for how to treat. The diagnosing criteria found in the DSM5 has been under fire by some groups.

So far, I am leaning towards yes. I would like to believe in free will, but so far the impact that our own emotions have in tying us to certain behaviors is not something that I can easily ignore.

I am kind of hoping that he copies and pastes this debate as well. I would find it really ironic.

One possible reason why I think this may be a thing is that the "bad boys" are more likely to tell a girl that they are interested since they don't care as much about how she may respond.

Part of the reason why I do not return to CD as much as I use to is that when I do stop by the check it out every now again, more times than not the majority of debates I see do not seem to make much sense and appear to be a simple grab for points. It would be nice to clean up the site a bit.

I was trying to think what was the best way to say this, but you beat me to it.

The previous, similar situation in charleston got resolved without a riot. And i think there is a simultaneous riot and protest, but the two are not one in the same. The protest group has been trying to keep the peace as rioters simply like to take advantage of the situation

wardogninja(1788) Clarified
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So what did happen? I keep hearing people referencing Bengahazi, but I never actually heard what happened and what the government's response was.

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