A Question of Cursing

      
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Back the Attack
Back the Attack
1 month ago

That stagnant and fossilized nonsense is why Boomers, et al., have lost, lose, and will continue to lose. Enjoy.

Michael
Michael
1 month ago

“That stagnant and fossilized nonsense is”

Part and parcel of the birth of our country, and perhaps with the blessings of God (so often referred to in the original documents) will REBUILD our Republic.

tom finley
tom finley
1 month ago
Reply to  DRenegade

Never give up or surrender, their long war against us is what they want. 80% of America has taken a knee to their new masters, a vile, putrid and satanic cabal, TINVOWOOT, GOD bless.

Back the Attack
Back the Attack
1 month ago
Reply to  DRenegade

Wrong, you don’t agree with my opinion, and therefore think you’re assumptions regarding them incorrect. My comments are genuine honesty and therefore unpopular.

Phil
Phil
1 month ago

Well, Bill is right we should not curse when we are children of God. The Bible says out of man’s heart comes cursing and blessings, double mindedness is what we can become if we are not careful,and out of anger we do these things, but it’s no excuse and we must ask God to forgive us when we fall short. I myself am very careful of not cursing but being human it does happen and this is still not an excuse. We all have to be like Christ. The book of James teaches us these things,and the tongue is the smallest member in the body and the ones that is a fiery serpent at times.

Fido
Fido
1 month ago
Reply to  Phil

We the civilized must operate within cultural norms, at least while interacting with the fellow civilized. In other interactions, violent breach of these norms may be called for, in defense from violent breach.

If you’re about breach norms interacting with someone who has already done so, sometimes it makes sense to broadcast your intentions, in the hope that the violence will end more quickly, or even be forestalled entirely.

Cursing is a less violent breach of norms, making clear that you are capable of breaching norms, and may escalate. This is an argument for cursing. The argument may not be sound, if there are other/better ways to broadcast your intention, or if you believe there are *never* good reasons to broadcast.

Michael
Michael
1 month ago
Reply to  Fido

Fido an interesting take on the cursing subject.

I’ve found over the years that cursing doesn’t reduce the need to escalate a situation. Polite and calm speech has often been useful to Deesculate a situation. I often run across angry people running EMS runs. Not treating Grandmother right and such.

If that doesn’t work I don’t warn you with cursing but drop you like a bad habit. Medics can fix you and put you on the floor.

We’re not harmless just peaceful.

In posting on the internet the owner of the blog determines if cursing is accepted.

Phil
Phil
1 month ago
Reply to  Fido

Be that as it may, there is no way out in Gods eyes for using foul language and if people are not careful with there speech they can wind up in hell on the day of judgement.