i know we used to have alot at gamespot but i don't see any here. i'm kinda glad for one they got a little to repetitive for my taste but hey i'm sure some people really liked them. but for now whe're just party people and thats just fine with me!
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Rarely do they amount to more than acid-spamming contests. Every forum I'm a member of shuns the mere twitch toward religious discussion. It is just a topic that people are too polarized and too spirited about. Kind of like politics, sans the reelection process.
Greek Gods? Sure. God as Tyrannosaurus? All right. Jesus Christ and the Latter Day Saints? Please move quietly through the doors beneath the exit signs.
"maybe in moderationmaybe....buts lets sure as hell not let it turn into gamespot. sometimes i go to the OT board and half the page is covered with "What do you tink da bible tis" "I beleeves dats scienc3 and evolutionz de only wayz" "do you belief in godz"
I'm glad that there aren't any absurd threads about a mystical spaceman who allegedly lives in the Sky. It always gets my goat that we're supposed to respect the beliefs of religious people yet if someone says they believe in the tooth fairy it's ok to ridicule them.
Assuming it isn't full of people who are just like "God doesn't exist /thread" then you can potentially get some good philosophical talk going but its rare to find that. People generally seem to be too ignorant for it.
The very same people who faced with a hypothetical question about which super power they want answer and give reasons to why they would choose it but when i hypothetical "You meet God and ask him one question" question they say "I can't ask a question to something that doesn't exist". Now they are pointless additions to any topic...
"No. Not at all.
i know we used to have alot at gamespot but i don't see any here. i'm kinda glad for one they got a little to repetitive for my taste but hey i'm sure some people really liked them. but for now whe're just party people and thats just fine with me!"