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    Re: Can a person be against Gay Marriage and not be a bigot?

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    Re: Can a person be against Gay Marriage and not be a bigot?

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    Re: Can a person be against Gay Marriage and not be a bigot?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bodhisattva View Post
    nothing shows up when I google that so I don't know what you mean... that is, unless you live inside the computer.
    I believe he was being facetious.

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    Re: Can a person be against Gay Marriage and not be a bigot?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bodhisattva View Post
    nothing shows up when I google that so I don't know what you mean... that is, unless you live inside the computer.
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    Re: Can a person be against Gay Marriage and not be a bigot?

    Quote Originally Posted by Taylor View Post
    We aren't peaceful creatures by nature, either. Should we abolish laws restricting violent activity?
    For the most part, yeah. Consensual fighting is neither an assault nor should it be an offense. Same goes to consensual fighting with weapons, barring discharge of a firearm within city limits or disturbing the peace. (Say, by making a racket at night in a residential area, or by blocking traffic.) I don't believe in manslaughter unless it's negligent; killing a man is either murder, an accident, or justified and my definition of "murder" is far narrower than the law's.

    There ought to be designated public dueling areas for people to be able to settle grievances with whatever level of force they feel is necessary, and the State ought to provide officiants as a public service.

    Now back to your regularly scheduled thread.

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    Re: Can a person be against Gay Marriage and not be a bigot?

    Quote Originally Posted by Korimyr the Rat View Post
    For the most part, yeah. Consensual fighting is neither an assault nor should it be an offense. Same goes to consensual fighting with weapons, barring discharge of a firearm within city limits or disturbing the peace. (Say, by making a racket at night in a residential area, or by blocking traffic.) I don't believe in manslaughter unless it's negligent; killing a man is either murder, an accident, or justified and my definition of "murder" is far narrower than the law's.

    There ought to be designated public dueling areas for people to be able to settle grievances with whatever level of force they feel is necessary, and the State ought to provide officiants as a public service.

    Now back to your regularly scheduled thread.
    My biggest problem with duels is making sure they're fair. If someone files down the firing pin of a pistol, for instance, or shoots before they're ready... it's very hard to get a do-over in a duel if someone cheats.
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    Re: Can a person be against Gay Marriage and not be a bigot?

    Quote Originally Posted by the makeout hobo View Post
    My biggest problem with duels is making sure they're fair. If someone files down the firing pin of a pistol, for instance, or shoots before they're ready... it's very hard to get a do-over in a duel if someone cheats.
    That's the risk you take in allowing someone to point a loaded weapon at you in the first place. And with witnesses and an officiant, cheating is easy to detect and punish-- cheating in a duel certainly falls under even my narrow definition of murder.

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    Re: Can a person be against Gay Marriage and not be a bigot?

    Quote Originally Posted by Taylor View Post
    We aren't peaceful creatures by nature, either. Should we abolish laws restricting violent activity?
    That's why we Boxing, MMA, Fencing, Paintball, Football, and other fighting or contact related sports.

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    Re: Can a person be against Gay Marriage and not be a bigot?

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainCourtesy View Post
    Ah...yeah...a false premise DOES make an argument illogical.
    Ah...no...

    This is really basic logic 101 stuff:

    For either example, the logic is valid but the premises are false.
    Valid (false premises, true conclusion)
    An argument may be valid even if every single premise, as well as the conclusion, is false.
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    Re: Can a person be against Gay Marriage and not be a bigot?

    Getting back to the topic of the thread it is refreshing to see the results considering how often our friends on the left demonize and call us who are against gay marriage bigots and homophobes.......
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