Banning for Religion is Bullshit
Created on: September 23rd, 2006
Banning for Religion is Bullshit
Iím not saying that YTMND has to obey the Bill of Rights because this is Maxís site and he can set his own rules but just that banning someone just for voicing their religious beliefs is complete bullsh*t. You donít have to watch their YTMNDís, you donít

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September 23rd, 2006
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This isn't the United States. This is a series of tubes.
September 23rd, 2006
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Them who wrote that were falling down drunk and chasing women. Yay, religion.
September 23rd, 2006
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Start your own site. Find out that if your site is about humor, one good way to ruin it is to let religious zealots run wild.
September 23rd, 2006
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read 1st comment...
September 23rd, 2006
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Also he was fine when he was voicing his religious beliefs, but using inflamatory language such as the word INFIDEL reapeatedly and citing ridiculously biased and false sources and using the word infidel and fearmongering and using the word infidel... god the list goes on. Using the word infidel. Get the drift?
September 23rd, 2006
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How about you read my Description
September 23rd, 2006
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he donated to the site, seems kinda dumb to ban him when he wasn't really offending anyone (by internet standards)
September 23rd, 2006
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Did whetstone get the boot?
September 23rd, 2006
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Using the word infidel is akin to using the word sodomite to talk about homosexuals... it may fly in religious circles, but it is completely ridiculous to use it anywhere, especially in a public forum such as this. I say that max should let whetstone do whatever he likes if he walks through Oakland yelling out "N*gg*rs need to obey Christ" for a couple hours. In the early evening, preferably. While the word may refer to African Americans, it also carries a heavy connotation. Thus, if whetstone wants to fling around words with incredibly negative connotations, I think this is a good test of his convictions.
September 23rd, 2006
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If he won't take my challenge, then maybe he's all talk and no action after all. He's the one fascinated with martyrs. He thinks he'll go to heaven if he does it, so either he should do it or he should just quit acting like he is a true believer and just realize that he is an attention whore.
September 23rd, 2006
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Also, he's not banned. His sites have just been tagged with a reminder that there are two sides to being a complete idiot.
September 23rd, 2006
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"I would never die for my beliefs because I might be wrong." -Bertrand Russell
September 23rd, 2006
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"I'm not saying that Max has to follow the bill of rights, I'm just telling him not to ban, and showing a picture of the bill of rights. The end."
September 23rd, 2006
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A winner is you!
September 23rd, 2006
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‚óĄ5'd for great justice.‚Ėļ
September 24th, 2006
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ugh...the bill of rights don't apply to him being banned. The real reason why we shouldn't ban him is because censorship is F*CKING BULLSH*T! Anyhow, 5'd because I feel you have your heart in the right place
December 8th, 2006
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I couldn't agree more. If we an whetstone, why dont we just ban everyone who we don't like