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11 hours ago, Nebraska said:

sheriff grady judd spits a quick 16 bars during a press conference. fact

I couldn't find the rap, did they edit it out or something? 

Oh, it's the we got your gold we put your tail in the county jail bit isn't it. I was expecting 16 bars.

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^^ him issuing the "that's right. they thought they were cool" observation was the intro to his rap. he even offers to kick a few bars to show them how "uncool" they are which could technically warrant as a diss off the dome

speaking of uncool:

 

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This is from an old access show called raw time from austin texas cable access. Credit for the video goes to David Prewitt/DaveTV.org and the channel roio420.

Tiffy on Raw Time taking (prank) calls and insults in a pretty calm and collectedly admirable way. I wish I had nonchalance like that. It's almost like Jerky Boys getting coolly rebuffed.

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7 hours ago, ignatius said:

 

I'd take this video with a pinch of salt.

The Infographics Show is kinda infamous by some for their love for sensation and controversy (~$).
Imo they drop the ball far too often.
Maybe they also shouldn't take everything Christoper Hitchens, the author of the book on which this video is mostly based on, at face value. (he called himself a fervent anti-theist after all, not just an a-theist)

But I think they're right we shouldn't worship her. (or anyone else for that matter)

Anyway, my guess is that Teresa was probably neither a holy saint / perfectly good person, nor an evil demon / extremely bad person. She probably has done both good and bad.
Most of her intentions seemed to be to try to help the poor.
While some of her actions were wrong. And the catholic church / Vatican should also carry some of that blame.

¯\_(ツ)_/¯
I dunno.

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The Only Taste Is Salt (incomplete, but will melt your brain anyway with the 1990s computer animation).

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8 hours ago, MaartenVC said:

I'd take this video with a pinch of salt.

The Infographics Show is kinda infamous by some for their love for sensation and controversy (~$).
Imo they drop the ball far too often.
Maybe they also shouldn't take everything Christoper Hitchens, the author of the book on which this video is mostly based on, at face value. (he called himself a fervent anti-theist after all, not just an a-theist)

But I think they're right we shouldn't worship her. (or anyone else for that matter)

Anyway, my guess is that Teresa was probably neither a holy saint / perfectly good person, nor an evil demon / extremely bad person. She probably has done both good and bad.
Most of her intentions seemed to be to try to help the poor.
While some of her actions were wrong. And the catholic church / Vatican should also carry some of that blame.

¯\_(ツ)_/¯
I dunno.

yeah sure.. i mean i'm sure she did some good but overall i'm deeply suspicious of religious charities, missionaries and their motivations/fund raising efforts. I have a very hard time giving them the benefit of the doubt. 

Also, the cases of negligence, which some would consider abuse, are documented in other places beyond christopher hitchens' work. they touch on some of that in the video.

my take on it is that her efforts created a poorly run shit show but can probably point to a handful of people who's lives were positively changed by interacting with the things she did/created but in the long run didn't make a dent but made some christians for jesus and maybe fed a bunch of meals to people daily etc. 

it's well established she thought suffering was good for people and pain management wasn't a thing they did or did well for people who needed it.. 

i confess that i do like to shit on the church and think they need to be called out about all their bullshit and abuse and taken down a peg but it's not a pre-occupation w/me and i can see there are genuine people trying to do good here and there and the church is important to a lot of people locally and plays a big part in their communities. 

 

 

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4 hours ago, ignatius said:

yeah sure.. i mean i'm sure she did some good but overall i'm deeply suspicious of religious charities, missionaries and their motivations/fund raising efforts. I have a very hard time giving them the benefit of the doubt. 

Also, the cases of negligence, which some would consider abuse, are documented in other places beyond christopher hitchens' work. they touch on some of that in the video.

my take on it is that her efforts created a poorly run shit show but can probably point to a handful of people who's lives were positively changed by interacting with the things she did/created but in the long run didn't make a dent but made some christians for jesus and maybe fed a bunch of meals to people daily etc. 

it's well established she thought suffering was good for people and pain management wasn't a thing they did or did well for people who needed it.. 

i confess that i do like to shit on the church and think they need to be called out about all their bullshit and abuse and taken down a peg but it's not a pre-occupation w/me and i can see there are genuine people trying to do good here and there and the church is important to a lot of people locally and plays a big part in their communities. 

 

 

Christian cults always fascinate me, because it’s a cult within a cult, or even a cult within a cult within a cult. ymmv

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