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San Diego Atheist Group Looks To Spread Non-Belief

Science is the only "religion" with tangible evidence. It is self-correcting, and typically verifiable by anyone so inclined.

But, science is also constantly learning from itself. So to claim ultimate knowledge as an atheist is contradictory to the process of discovery that defines scientific progress.

November 22, 2013 at 10:27 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

San Diegans Head To Polls To Elect New Mayor

"Most leftists feel entitled to preferential treatment. It doesn't even surprise me anymore to see people like Anon11 spouting off generalizations and assumptions about people while berating them for supposedly making generalizations about others."

My only personal remark was that JM was sheltered, and that was after reading everything he had to say (and all the things he didn't say). Want to see what a generalization? I'm not even a "leftist". I don't even group people arbitrarily! What a concept.

"The leftists care about being politically correct more than anything else. "Progressive" is the new name for communism. So many dopes have been duped into thinking they are part of something new, when it is the same old marxist communism, and they are the same old useful idiots."

Safety nets are a social responsibility. It's being proactive towards societal failure rather than reactive. It does need limitations to insure minimal abuse, but to insinuate that anyone that supports the notion is a communist, is pretty dumb. Again, I'm not even a "leftist"... so lol @ you.

November 19, 2013 at 7:45 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

San Diegans Head To Polls To Elect New Mayor

"Anon11,

When I see a person who signs up just to post a single comment calling for someone's arrest, that sends up a red flag."

This has nothing to do with what I asked you. You took one individual's comments and made blanket accusations towards a group of people.

"Sure, this poster might have called for the arrest of someone wearing an Alvarez shirt as well. But from my observations over many years, that is very unlikely."

Your observations don't mean anything. All you're doing here is guessing, yet saying it in such a manner that it could be misconstrued as something factual. I believe that this is your intention, and it is very evil.

"The point I'm making is that some people view the left as "progressive" but in reality they are just as much about power, control, and domination as the right."

You put yourself in the middle of this war of left v. right, but all that's really happening is it is giving you an excuse to polarize people into one of two groups - the one you like or the one you hate. Even though many people tend to lie somewhere in the middle of the left/right spectrum, they get shoehorned into a hardline grouping by people like you.

Like I said already, "Do yourself a favor and don't blur the discussion by slipping in false associations. You're being very deceitful, and for what? To get your point across? If your point had any merit, it would stand on its own and you wouldn't have to sneak it into the discussion."

"By the way, you said "JeanMarc lives a very sheltered life. He doesn't know any better. It's just a shame closed minds and closed mouths aren't a package deal."

And then you yell about false associations? Talk about hypocrisy."

My remarks were conclusive based on his inability to directly answer questions that challenged his assertions, as well as the content of his assertions. I attempted to engage in direct, open, honest discussion, and he was unable. His admitted prejudices underlie a vast ignorance.

November 19, 2013 at 7:35 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Imagining Art At San Diego Intersection Known For Death

"So if I see a guy smoking crack out of a crack pipe, or a guy fully exposed and defecating onto the wall of a business in downtown, I do not have enough evidence to judge that they made some poor choices in life?"

The problem is, you take extreme examples and apply it to a larger group of people. Do all homeless people smoke crack and defecate on walls? Of course not.

All you're doing is trying to muddy the argument by using the worst possible examples. It would be like me saying all Christians are evil because I've seen the Westboro Church on TV.

Do me a favor: Answer my questions. I'm decent enough to quote and reply to pretty much everything you've written. I don't see why you're incapable of doing the same. Avoiding questions and trying to use extreme examples does not mean your argument has any more merit. You shouldn't have to sneak your way into victory. Don't hide from the hard questions from the opposition. If anything, your inability or unwillingness to answer the hard questions should be a strong clue that maybe your position isn't as defensible as you may have presumed.

"The leftist mindset is unreal."

Is it? I wouldn't know. I'm not a "leftist" or whatever stupid label you want to attach to me.

November 19, 2013 at 7:15 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Six Whooping Cough Cases Reported In San Diego County This Week

"The majority of cases are in the 10- to 18-year-old age group and that's why it's important that preteens and adults get their necessary booster shot.''

"There is some evidence that protection provided by the vaccine weakens after time, but the best defense against pertussis is still to get the shot and protect yourself and those around you."

Vaccinate!

November 19, 2013 at 1:34 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

San Diegans Head To Polls To Elect New Mayor

"Arrested for wearing a shirt? I guess the left is up to their usual threats and intimidation."

Why are you clumping NeoGeo's individual comments with "the left" as an entire group? That's a false association.

"If you're the middle or right, they want to see you put in handcuffs and dragged away."

Who said this? How do you know NeoGeo wouldn't have advocated for the arrest of the Obama supporter? You are filling in a lot of blanks here, based on nothing.

Do yourself a favor and don't blur the discussion by slipping in false associations. You're being very deceitful, and for what? To get your point across? If your point had any merit, it would stand on its own and you wouldn't have to sneak it into the discussion.

I can't figure out if you don't understand what you're doing, or if you are trying to do a careful dance to lead the discussion into your arena. Either way, do us all a favor and just stop.

November 19, 2013 at 12:23 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

San Diegans Head To Polls To Elect New Mayor

You have to understand, JeanMarc lives a very sheltered life. He doesn't know any better. It's just a shame closed minds and closed mouths aren't a package deal.

November 19, 2013 at 12:16 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Imagining Art At San Diego Intersection Known For Death

I think the light will be distracting, and add an air of glamour to an infamous area.

$30k could be spent on an extra police officer in the area, or at a local school.

November 19, 2013 at 12:14 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

San Diegans Head To Polls To Elect New Mayor

I cast my vote for the same candidate every election: None of the above

November 19, 2013 at 11:14 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Imagining Art At San Diego Intersection Known For Death

"Anon the circumstances that exposed me to all the dangerous psychotic drug addicts were these: I was walking to buy food at lunch, I was walking to my car after work, I was walking to work from my car in the morning, etc."

So your interactions with them were basically surface-level, fleeting observations. Reminds me of Bill Frist diagnosing Terry Schiavo. You're like a book critic who never makes it past the cover. Sheltered.

"I don't know why you seem to think this is a problem of finances. These people made very poor choices in life that lead to homelessness."

Listen to that generalization. "These people". Everyone makes poor choices. Some of us just don't have the help or resources to bounce back. How do you know they weren't wards of the state, abused by their foster families, denied an education, and left to fend for themselves at 18?

It's disgusting how you don't even consider that people may have had less opportunities than yourself. You wouldn't even know it, though, because you just walk by people and make nasty presumptions based on surface-level observations. How do you rationalize this behavior to yourself?

"Some did not even make a choice, they are schizophrenic. No amount of money will help these people, they would just use it to buy more drugs. Putting them in rehab wouldn't help, they would just use drugs once they got out."

Are you serious? Money would buy them healthcare, and medication to help their condition. What planet are you from?

November 19, 2013 at 11:09 a.m. ( | suggest removal )