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    Re: French activist kills himself in Notre Dame Cathedral in gay marriage protest

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Grimm View Post
    This is why you're messed up. I learned both systems because I was forced to. I lived abroad, and I worked hard to learn the British system so I could get good enough grades in their school system to be able to come home for college. Then I worked hard to learn the American system so I could get in to the school I wanted to attend, and excel there.

    You mix up "grey" and "gray" because you're lazy and don't know any better. You had no idea that "grey" was the British standard and "gray" was the American standard, you just fumbled in to this conversation.

    Your cavalier approach to education shows how intellectually lazy you really are, and I have nothing but contempt for laziness.
    Don't you find the British trend to make "hospital" an action noun bizarre ?....................

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    Re: French activist kills himself in Notre Dame Cathedral in gay marriage protest

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Grimm View Post
    This is why you're messed up. I learned both systems because I was forced to. I lived abroad, and I worked hard to learn the British system so I could get good enough grades in their school system to be able to come home for college. Then I worked hard to learn the American system so I could get in to the school I wanted to attend, and excel there.

    You mix up "grey" and "gray" because you're lazy and don't know any better. You had no idea that "grey" was the British standard and "gray" was the American standard, you just fumbled in to this conversation.

    Your cavalier approach to education shows how intellectually lazy you really are, and I have nothing but contempt for laziness.
    Nothing is messed up, my usage is 100% right and i have facts to back me up while you have nothing but your OPINION lol

    You
    said that i was "wrong" that was a lie
    you just said above i mixed them up, that is also a lie

    your OPINION may be that but thats all it is, grey is more commonly British but the fact remains my usage of it is 100% accurate.

    you should have contempt for being uneducated about the actual topic you tried to make up or about your dishonesty

    the fact remains that grey is 100% accurate, if you disagree PLEASE PLEASE teach me a lesson and factually prove me wrong. or continue to lie about LMAO

    if you disagree by all means PLEAS PLEASE PLEASE factually prove that i was wrong for using it, i cant wait to read this and watch you make an even bigger fool of yourself

    never mind ill do it myself, one minute and a quick google search

    1.)Merrian-Webster
    Grey - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster Dictionary
    Definition of GREY
    variant of gray

    2.) The AMERICAN heritage dictionary of the ENGLISH language.
    American Heritage Dictionary Entry: grey
    grey (grā)
    Share:
    adj., n. & v.
    Variant of gray1.

    3.)grammarist.com Grey vs Gray
    Gray vs. grey - Grammarist

    Gray and grey are different spellings of the same word, and both are used throughout the English-speaking world. But gray is more common in American English, while grey is more common in all the other main varieties of English. In the U.K., for instance, grey appears about twenty times for every instance of gray. In the U.S. the ratio is reversed.

    Both spellings, which have origins in the Old English grǽg, have existed hundreds of years.1 Grey gained ascendancy in all varieties of English in the early 18th century, but its dominance as the preferred form was checked when American writers adopted gray about a century later. As the Ngram below shows, this change in American English came around 1825. Since then, both forms have remained fairly common throughout the English-speaking world, but the favoring of gray in the U.S. and grey everywhere else has remained consistent.
    BOOM

    you lose again

    so the FACT remains my usage of gray is 100% accurate

    its not wrong
    i didn't mix anything up
    and you saying otherwise is a lie or shows you are uneducated about the topic at hand

    no please give us the spin about how you are right and these dictionaries and grammar are some how wrong LMAO

    remind me who is intellectually lazy again and why you must have contempt for your laziness right now

    you lose
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    Re: French activist kills himself in Notre Dame Cathedral in gay marriage protest

    Quote Originally Posted by AGENT J View Post
    'Vile law': French activist kills himself in Notre Dame Cathedral in gay marriage protest




    Wow this guy shot himself in a protest against equality, good job moron!

    I wonder if this guy actually had something wrong with him which would be sad or if he is just that much of a bigoted cook which he wont be missed by me one bit and the world is a better place.
    If I were a good and/or particularly religious person I would feel bad for him and/or pray for his soul. I guess your neither a good or religious person either...
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    Re: French activist kills himself in Notre Dame Cathedral in gay marriage protest

    Quote Originally Posted by Monserrat View Post
    If I were a good and/or particularly religious person I would feel bad for him and/or pray for his soul. I guess your neither a good or religious person either...
    your guess would be wrong
    1.) i am religious
    2.) if he had some condition i said its sad
    3.) if he didnt in my opniion i think he is a loon
    4.) religion or being good doesnt require me to pray for his soul

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    Re: French activist kills himself in Notre Dame Cathedral in gay marriage protest

    Quote Originally Posted by AGENT J View Post
    your guess would be wrong
    1.) i am religious
    2.) if he had some condition i said its sad
    3.) if he didnt in my opniion i think he is a loon
    4.) religion or being good doesnt require me to pray for his soul

    What's your religion?

    I don't know his story... It would take more than an article to know it but he's probably nuts, most people who do crazy **** like that tend to be a bit off their rocker. The natural reaction to that though is usually to feel sorry for them, for anyone else who might have been hurt and for a religious person you'd usually add on praying for them to that equation.
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    Re: French activist kills himself in Notre Dame Cathedral in gay marriage protest

    Quote Originally Posted by Deuce View Post
    If your opinion on the subject is strong enough to kill yourself, you probably are a bigot.


    Worse he was a Euro-supremacist. From the website that ChuckBery linked in post 46.


    Racism | Thulean Perspective

    We think we are better, but are we? Let me give you one of many reasons why Europeans should think they are better than others, racially; one reason is our fair skin. «So?», you may ask, but this is a very important factor, and it’s not just aesthetically, and one that has indeed made us better than everybody else.

    You see, probably every individual on this planet has suffered from some disease one time or the other, and the weakest amongst us are pretty much sick all the time, or they suffer from some chronic disease. When a person with dark skin suffers from a disease there is not much of a difference; he is still dark skinned, but when a person with fair skin suffers from a disease his skin reveals to everybody else that he is indeed sick. What this has meant in practise, over the millennia, was that the Europeans with a poor immune system didn’t usually look very good (healthy), and naturally this meant that they didn’t as often as others get the chance to reproduce. No such «natural selection» was made in the races with dark skin; nobody could tell whether or not a dark skinned person had a weak immune system or not just by looking at them anyhow. So our white skin has left us Europeans with a generally speaking better immune system, compared to everybody else.
    If Domminique Venner was associated with the Thulean Perspective then he would be what in the US is refereed to as a white supremest. I hope this settles the discussion about whether he was bigoted or not.
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    Re: French activist kills himself in Notre Dame Cathedral in gay marriage protest

    Quote Originally Posted by Monserrat View Post
    What's your religion?

    I don't know his story... It would take more than an article to know it but he's probably nuts, most people who do crazy **** like that tend to be a bit off their rocker. The natural reaction to that though is usually to feel sorry for them, for anyone else who might have been hurt and for a religious person you'd usually add on praying for them to that equation.
    in general im christian
    i agree we have matching OPINIONS and if this guy just killed himself my natural reaction would be to feel sorry

    but since he proclaims he did it against equal rights my first reaction is to wonder if he had a factual medical condition which then i would feel sorry for and wonder how he slipped through thte medicla cracks

    if he doesnt have a medical condition (which would be surprising in my opinion) i do not have a natural reaction to feel sorry directly for him at all

    i do have a natural reaction to feel sorry for ALL people that in my opinion become so lost that they could do something like this

    and i totally disagree, i would never directly pray for this guy if the later is true nor am i required too pray for this specific guy
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    Re: French activist kills himself in Notre Dame Cathedral in gay marriage protest

    Quote Originally Posted by head of joaquin View Post
    And the far right nativist organization in France (similar to our Tea party) praises him. I hope this becomes a trend in the US.
    Keep in mind the majority of the Tea Party is not far right though it could be called right wing (not by me I don't like the terms right/left wing). The people in the tea party want to weaken the hold by the Federal Government not strengthen it a far right proponent wants a strong central government and to be in control of it. Also the vast majority is not racist. Much of the Tea Party would be against gay marriage due to religious belief however.
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    Re: French activist kills himself in Notre Dame Cathedral in gay marriage protest

    Quote Originally Posted by Bonzai View Post
    Don't you find the British trend to make "hospital" an action noun bizarre ?....................
    Yes, but then again, we use the word "school" the same way. Why should "school" and "hospital" be treated differently?

    Still, I don't remember hearing "hospital" used that way very often.

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    Re: French activist kills himself in Notre Dame Cathedral in gay marriage protest

    Quote Originally Posted by AGENT J View Post
    in general im christian
    i agree we have matching OPINIONS and if this guy just killed himself my natural reaction would be to feel sorry

    but since he proclaims he did it against equal rights my first reaction is to wonder if he had a factual medical condition which then i would feel sorry for and wonder how he slipped through thte medicla cracks

    if he doesnt have a medical condition (which would be surprising in my opinion) i do not have a natural reaction to feel sorry directly for him at all

    i do have a natural reaction to feel sorry for ALL people that in my opinion become so lost that they could do something like this

    and i totally disagree, i would never directly pray for this guy if the later is true nor am i required too pray for this specific guy
    I'm a non-practicing Catholic.

    Honestly the dude just seem nuts. I don't particularly feel bad for him though, he's just some random guy in France. People die every day, if I felt bad for all of them that would be an overwhelmingly large amount of feeling bad for people I don't even know although sometimes I feel bad for not feeling bad if that makes any sense. I think mostly people feign interest in things like this, they just wont admit it. The people who actually DO care, those are the ones you want to pay attention to.

    The reason he gave for doing what he did seems like just an excuse to me.
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