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Re: A Georgian's perspective

Post by Hellsangel on Mon Jun 26, 2017 6:08 pm

silvermani wrote:
kinnera-temp wrote:
MaxEntropy_Man wrote:
kinnera-temp wrote:Learn to respect women, all women first.

I don't plan to do that any time soon. I don't have to respect a human being for a characteristic they possess as a result of nature, in which their free will did not play a role. I don't have to respect all left-handed people, or those with a mole on their right cheek either.
'Caribou Barbie' and 'the stripper woman' are pretty demeaning sexist comments. If you think you are a jerk, act like one and don't mind being perceived as one, nobody gives a hoot to what you say (unless it's your workplace where you can get fired for sexual harassment/misconduct). But the problem is, you believe that you are a thorough gentleman who is very intelligent, sauve, sophisticated, open minded, liberal, a champion of women, gays and all and take a high ground while putting down others. Sorry to burst your bubble,  you are anything but those. 

As I said before, if you want to take a high ground, you got to act upon it too. Else, be who you are.
Don't waste your time trying to talk sense into the hypocrite. He repeatedly calls Trump "the leper" oblivious to the fact that leprosy is a deadly disease which makes life miserable for its victims. It is not a word one would use to insult another person.
I am sure Il Professore was trying to be PC and not use the word 'untouchable'.
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Re: A Georgian's perspective

Post by MaxEntropy_Man on Mon Jun 26, 2017 6:22 pm

Hellsangel wrote:
silvermani wrote:
kinnera-temp wrote:
MaxEntropy_Man wrote:
kinnera-temp wrote:Learn to respect women, all women first.

I don't plan to do that any time soon. I don't have to respect a human being for a characteristic they possess as a result of nature, in which their free will did not play a role. I don't have to respect all left-handed people, or those with a mole on their right cheek either.
'Caribou Barbie' and 'the stripper woman' are pretty demeaning sexist comments. If you think you are a jerk, act like one and don't mind being perceived as one, nobody gives a hoot to what you say (unless it's your workplace where you can get fired for sexual harassment/misconduct). But the problem is, you believe that you are a thorough gentleman who is very intelligent, sauve, sophisticated, open minded, liberal, a champion of women, gays and all and take a high ground while putting down others. Sorry to burst your bubble,  you are anything but those. 

As I said before, if you want to take a high ground, you got to act upon it too. Else, be who you are.
Don't waste your time trying to talk sense into the hypocrite. He repeatedly calls Trump "the leper" oblivious to the fact that leprosy is a deadly disease which makes life miserable for its victims. It is not a word one would use to insult another person.
I am sure Il Professore was trying to be PC and not use the word 'untouchable'.

https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/leper

1.1 A person who is shunned or rejected by others for moral or social reasons.
‘the story made her out to be a social leper’

https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/leper?utm_campaign=sd&utm_medium=serp&utm_source=jsonld
2:  a person shunned for moral or social reasons

http://www.dictionary.com/browse/leper?s=t
2. a person who has been rejected or ostracized for unacceptable behavior, opinions, character, or the like; anathema; outcast.
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Re: A Georgian's perspective

Post by Hellsangel on Mon Jun 26, 2017 8:32 pm

MaxEntropy_Man wrote:
Hellsangel wrote:
silvermani wrote:
kinnera-temp wrote:
MaxEntropy_Man wrote:

I don't plan to do that any time soon. I don't have to respect a human being for a characteristic they possess as a result of nature, in which their free will did not play a role. I don't have to respect all left-handed people, or those with a mole on their right cheek either.
'Caribou Barbie' and 'the stripper woman' are pretty demeaning sexist comments. If you think you are a jerk, act like one and don't mind being perceived as one, nobody gives a hoot to what you say (unless it's your workplace where you can get fired for sexual harassment/misconduct). But the problem is, you believe that you are a thorough gentleman who is very intelligent, sauve, sophisticated, open minded, liberal, a champion of women, gays and all and take a high ground while putting down others. Sorry to burst your bubble,  you are anything but those. 

As I said before, if you want to take a high ground, you got to act upon it too. Else, be who you are.
Don't waste your time trying to talk sense into the hypocrite. He repeatedly calls Trump "the leper" oblivious to the fact that leprosy is a deadly disease which makes life miserable for its victims. It is not a word one would use to insult another person.
I am sure Il Professore was trying to be PC and not use the word 'untouchable'.

https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/leper

1.1 A person who is shunned or rejected by others for moral or social reasons.
‘the story made her out to be a social leper’

https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/leper?utm_campaign=sd&utm_medium=serp&utm_source=jsonld
2:  a person shunned for moral or social reasons

http://www.dictionary.com/browse/leper?s=t
2. a person who has been rejected or ostracized for unacceptable behavior, opinions, character, or the like; anathema; outcast.
So?


http://www.thesaurus.com/browse/leper?s=t

Synonyms for leper
noun pariah

  • anathema outcast   untouchable
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Re: A Georgian's perspective

Post by MaxEntropy_Man on Mon Jun 26, 2017 8:46 pm

Thanks! That's the context in which I used leper. While pariah in the Indian context may mean literally untouchable, it is has been co-opted by English as a synonym of the second meaning of leper, a social outcast.

Here is an example -- Colin Powell calling Trump an international pariah:
http://www.cnn.com/2016/09/14/politics/colin-powell-dcleaks/index.html

In fact I may occasionally use Orange Pariah for variety in the future.
Thanks for the suggestion!
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Re: A Georgian's perspective

Post by Hellsangel on Mon Jun 26, 2017 8:48 pm

MaxEntropy_Man wrote:Thanks! That's the context in which I used leper. While pariah in the Indian context may mean literally untouchable, it is has been co-opted by English as a synonym of the second meaning of leper, a social outcast.

Here is an example -- Colin Powell calling Trump an international pariah:
http://www.cnn.com/2016/09/14/politics/colin-powell-dcleaks/index.html

In fact I may occasionally use Orange Pariah for variety in the future.
Like g-k said - the same way impotent Iranian crowds burn US and Israeli flags.
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Re: A Georgian's perspective

Post by MaxEntropy_Man on Mon Jun 26, 2017 8:51 pm

Hellsangel wrote:
MaxEntropy_Man wrote:Thanks! That's the context in which I used leper. While pariah in the Indian context may mean literally untouchable, it is has been co-opted by English as a synonym of the second meaning of leper, a social outcast.

Here is an example -- Colin Powell calling Trump an international pariah:
http://www.cnn.com/2016/09/14/politics/colin-powell-dcleaks/index.html

In fact I may occasionally use Orange Pariah for variety in the future.
Like g-k said - the same way impotent Iranian crowds burn US and Israeli flags.

Irrelevant! Stick to the topic. We are discussing the acceptability of my use of the words leper and now based on your suggestion, pariah, to refer to The Orange.
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Re: A Georgian's perspective

Post by Hellsangel on Mon Jun 26, 2017 8:57 pm

MaxEntropy_Man wrote:
Hellsangel wrote:
MaxEntropy_Man wrote:Thanks! That's the context in which I used leper. While pariah in the Indian context may mean literally untouchable, it is has been co-opted by English as a synonym of the second meaning of leper, a social outcast.

Here is an example -- Colin Powell calling Trump an international pariah:
http://www.cnn.com/2016/09/14/politics/colin-powell-dcleaks/index.html

In fact I may occasionally use Orange Pariah for variety in the future.
Like g-k said - the same way impotent Iranian crowds burn US and Israeli flags.

Irrelevant! Stick to the topic. We are discussing the acceptability of my use of the words leper and now based on your suggestion, pariah, to refer to The Orange.
Bwahaha! Like you could stick to tthe topic if you had Elmer's glue on your hands.

Ok, the fact your whining is impotent is irrelevant to you.
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Re: A Georgian's perspective

Post by MaxEntropy_Man on Mon Jun 26, 2017 9:01 pm

Too bad you think it's impotent. Calling out Trump and the GOP's shenanigans is the most powerful thing people in opposition can do. A power granted to us by the first amendment. Too bad you think so little of it.
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Re: A Georgian's perspective

Post by Hellsangel on Mon Jun 26, 2017 9:07 pm

MaxEntropy_Man wrote:Too bad you think it's impotent. Calling out Trump and the GOP's shenanigans is the most powerful thing people in opposition can do.  A power granted to us by the first amendment. Too bad you think so little of it.
Oh please! Keep at your impotent whining.
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Re: A Georgian's perspective

Post by silvermani on Mon Jun 26, 2017 9:52 pm

The dictionary has many offensive words which decent people don't use. 

http://www.dictionary.com/browse/half-breed

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=mongrel

https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/mulatto
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Re: A Georgian's perspective

Post by MaxEntropy_Man on Mon Jun 26, 2017 10:17 pm

silvermani wrote:The dictionary has many offensive words which decent people don't use. 

http://www.dictionary.com/browse/half-breed

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=mongrel

https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/mulatto

A diversion. None of these words have figured in the current discussion.

This is interesting. One of the Orange Leper's most potent campaign strategies was to demonize political correctness and label everyone who objected to the use of certain terminology, snowflakes. It's clear who the snowflakes in this thread are -- the people objecting to my use of the term leper to refer to Fuckface von Clownstick.
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Re: A Georgian's perspective

Post by MaxEntropy_Man on Mon Jun 26, 2017 10:22 pm

In case anyone reading is curious about Fuckface von Clownstick:

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Re: A Georgian's perspective

Post by Idéfix on Mon Jun 26, 2017 10:58 pm

For all the nonsensical defenses of the indefensible, calling a woman shrill, when her voice isn't particularly shrill compared to other women, is misogynistic. It is interesting to note that HA has not offered an "alternative fact" for his use of this particular insult. So all the distractions and faux outrage ring completely hollow.
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Re: A Georgian's perspective

Post by Idéfix on Mon Jun 26, 2017 11:22 pm

kinnera-temp wrote:Mysogyny thrives because of hypocrites, the ones who pose like the champions of women, but who in fact are anything but that. It's not fun, but enraging. Learn to respect women, all women first. And Women don't need any patronisation from the hypocritical males. They can do just fine without the psedo champions. Thank you!
You don't vote for anyone just because she's a woman. That is so humiliating to womanhood, as I said. Look at her credentials objectively, not with a 'she's a woman and we got to support a woman, however she is. And if anyone doesn't do that, let's label them as mysogynists and let's take a higher stand than them.' That's so frinkking humiliating to us women. You know who the real mysogynists are? The ones who do that. So you guys quit being these disgusting male chauvinists and mysogynists and hypocrites. Shame on you all!


Calm down. Show me where I have been a misogynist or a male chauvinist. Show me where I have said that all women must vote for a woman candidate, or that women who don't automatically vote for a woman candidate are misogynists. If you are not able to show me the examples, think about what I said in my previous post that made you so angry.

I don't respect all women any more than I respect all men. My respect is earned and it extends to a lot of people regardless of gender.
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Re: A Georgian's perspective

Post by confuzzled dude on Tue Jun 27, 2017 6:04 am

Idéfix wrote:For all the nonsensical defenses of the indefensible, calling a woman shrill, when her voice isn't particularly shrill compared to other women, is misogynistic. It is interesting to note that HA has not offered an "alternative fact" for his use of this particular insult. So all the distractions and faux outrage ring completely hollow.
He probably will hide behind Rashmun or some other handle.

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Re: A Georgian's perspective

Post by Hellsangel on Tue Jun 27, 2017 6:38 am

confuzzled dude wrote:
Idéfix wrote:For all the nonsensical defenses of the indefensible, calling a woman shrill, when her voice isn't particularly shrill compared to other women, is misogynistic. It is interesting to note that HA has not offered an "alternative fact" for his use of this particular insult. So all the distractions and faux outrage ring completely hollow.
He probably will hide behind Rashmun or some other handle.
Ha ha ha, that shows your libby intelligence, Comrade, if you think I use another handle.
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Re: A Georgian's perspective

Post by confuzzled dude on Tue Jun 27, 2017 7:00 am

Hellsangel wrote:
confuzzled dude wrote:
Idéfix wrote:For all the nonsensical defenses of the indefensible, calling a woman shrill, when her voice isn't particularly shrill compared to other women, is misogynistic. It is interesting to note that HA has not offered an "alternative fact" for his use of this particular insult. So all the distractions and faux outrage ring completely hollow.
He probably will hide behind Rashmun or some other handle.
Ha ha ha, that shows your libby intelligence, Comrade, if you think I use another handle.
You missed my point or deliberately deflecting; I meant you're as gutless as one can get, going by your history here on such. Now it is time for  you to disappear for a few days and have someone open a slew of threads in your defense or mudslinging either max or idefix

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Re: A Georgian's perspective

Post by Hellsangel on Tue Jun 27, 2017 7:16 am

confuzzled dude wrote:
Hellsangel wrote:
confuzzled dude wrote:
Idéfix wrote:For all the nonsensical defenses of the indefensible, calling a woman shrill, when her voice isn't particularly shrill compared to other women, is misogynistic. It is interesting to note that HA has not offered an "alternative fact" for his use of this particular insult. So all the distractions and faux outrage ring completely hollow.
He probably will hide behind Rashmun or some other handle.
Ha ha ha, that shows your libby intelligence, Comrade, if you think I use another handle.
You missed my point or deliberately deflecting; I meant you're as gutless as one can get, going by your history here on such. Now it is time for  you to disappear for a few days and have someone open a slew of threads in your defense or mudslinging either max or idefix
Comrade, I'm right here. I understand you're whining in frustration after the Modi and Trump met and your Hizbul pal was designated a global terrorist. So if it makes you feel  better,  whine away.
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Re: A Georgian's perspective

Post by confuzzled dude on Tue Jun 27, 2017 8:25 am

Hellsangel wrote:
confuzzled dude wrote:
Hellsangel wrote:
confuzzled dude wrote:
Idéfix wrote:For all the nonsensical defenses of the indefensible, calling a woman shrill, when her voice isn't particularly shrill compared to other women, is misogynistic. It is interesting to note that HA has not offered an "alternative fact" for his use of this particular insult. So all the distractions and faux outrage ring completely hollow.
He probably will hide behind Rashmun or some other handle.
Ha ha ha, that shows your libby intelligence, Comrade, if you think I use another handle.
You missed my point or deliberately deflecting; I meant you're as gutless as one can get, going by your history here on such. Now it is time for  you to disappear for a few days and have someone open a slew of threads in your defense or mudslinging either max or idefix
Comrade, I'm right here. I understand you're whining in frustration after the Modi and Trump met and your Hizbul pal was designated a global terrorist. So if it makes you feel  better,  whine away.
If you're not a trumpturd as you claim I'm yet to see you critique any of his acts other than mindlessly dragging Hillary into every conversation. If you had any guts you wouldn't be hiding behind Hillary. Btw, calling names is another key trait of a coward.

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Re: A Georgian's perspective

Post by Hellsangel on Tue Jun 27, 2017 8:36 am

confuzzled dude wrote:
Hellsangel wrote:
confuzzled dude wrote:
Hellsangel wrote:
confuzzled dude wrote:
He probably will hide behind Rashmun or some other handle.
Ha ha ha, that shows your libby intelligence, Comrade, if you think I use another handle.
You missed my point or deliberately deflecting; I meant you're as gutless as one can get, going by your history here on such. Now it is time for  you to disappear for a few days and have someone open a slew of threads in your defense or mudslinging either max or idefix
Comrade, I'm right here. I understand you're whining in frustration after the Modi and Trump met and your Hizbul pal was designated a global terrorist. So if it makes you feel  better,  whine away.
If you're not a trumpturd as you claim I'm yet to see you critique any of his acts other than mindlessly dragging Hillary into every conversation. If you had any guts you wouldn't be hiding behind Hillary. Btw, calling names is another key trait of a coward.
Oh, like you mean the names you use like Feku etc., Comrade?
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