WARNING! Beware of Steve. Frequently breaks out in smart-ass with a high concentration of sarcasm when exposed to the following: propaganda, uninteresting details, falsified information, lying, ignorance, stupidity, pig-headedness/stubbornness, and false doctrine. Seek immediate medical and psychiatric treatment if exposed to the facts and corrections he makes. If burn marks should appear accompanied by frustration and inability to comprehend, immediately seek out the nearest Bible and read it, starting at the beginning. Secondary exposure could lead to new permanent Biblical knowledge and understanding. This is your final and only warning.

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deniable_pain
deniable_pain Dec 21 2012, 1:40pm says:

one word: AWESOME!!!!!!
looks abit like elf armor but still kicks ***

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InsanityPays
InsanityPays Jan 4 2013, 4:42pm says:

and right when I actually believed it wouldn't get any more ridiculous you go and prove me wrong again....

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Yuribeard7
Yuribeard7 Jan 10 2013, 3:03pm buried:

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Looks like someone is so full of irrational hate that he hates any art that depicts Israel and it's supporters too.

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InsanityPays
InsanityPays Jan 13 2013, 8:54pm replied:

Where did I say hate? The artist is obviously talented. i don't hate Israel or it's "supporters". I disagree with them. The difference is that were I pointing a gun at their heads I wouldn't pull the trigger. The message portrayed by this "Israeli crusader" is however, quite the opposite. That is, a man of peace would not need to wear battle armor.

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Yuribeard7
Yuribeard7 Jan 18 2013, 7:37pm replied:

Firstly, its just art. Secondly, its symbolic.

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InsanityPays
InsanityPays Jan 19 2013, 1:05am replied:

Not "Firstly". Just "first". Art is never "just art" it has an intended message and an intended audience.

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Yuribeard7
Yuribeard7 Jan 19 2013, 7:20am replied:

I believe I implied that in my second point when I said it was symbolic.

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InsanityPays
InsanityPays Jan 21 2013, 8:38pm replied:

Yes, and I said it implied the symbolism was pointing towards violent action and flag waving. I'm gad we've established that.

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modber
modber Feb 9 2013, 1:56pm replied:

Did you read the Jewish Bible?

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Yuribeard7
Yuribeard7 Feb 13 2013, 5:27pm replied:

I own a Complete Jewish Bible. Very difficult to read and understand having been raised reading from a purely "Christian" perspective that was heavily tainted. I have a hard time with the names of people having been used to their English names instead of their Hebrew ones.

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modber
modber Feb 13 2013, 11:52pm replied:

Lol, i know you read, i mean Pays.

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InsanityPays
InsanityPays Feb 14 2013, 10:24pm replied:

Now modber, you know that based on conversations with me in the past, I am an atheist, which means the likely (and true) answer to your question is no. I can promise you, that even if I did, I would not think any differently than I do now, and nothing either of us say here and now will change the other's mind.

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KnightofEquulei
KnightofEquulei Jul 8 2013, 2:05am replied:

Or maybe Yuri just happens to like the picture? I mean I posted a Crusader image on my profile ages back but I hardly meant it to mean "death to all unbelievers" I like medieval armor and knights especially crusaders so perhaps you're looking for meaning where there is none.

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Yuribeard7
Yuribeard7 Apr 13 2013, 9:33am replied:

Only a fool leaves himself open and vulnerable, especially during a time of "peace".

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InsanityPays
InsanityPays Apr 16 2013, 12:07am replied:

Jesus (even if I think he's fictional). Thoreau. Gandhi. MLK. Are these people "fools"?
Plenty of fools wear armor.
As a matter of fact, I think your statement goes the other way around, Yuri.

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Yuribeard7
Yuribeard7 May 16 2013, 6:01am replied:

*sigh* I'm talking on a national level. Anyway since you mention it. Yeshua (Jesus) was not open and vulnerable. He CHOSE to allow what happened. He could have simply waved His hand and caused His enemies to cease to exist if He wanted to since He was/is God afterall. As for these other people you listed, yeah they were foolish for leaving themselves open to assassination when it could have been avoided. However, they were essentially martyred which drove home their points and made them possible.

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InsanityPays
InsanityPays Jul 23 2013, 1:48pm replied:

So a human life is worth less on a national level? Killing never has and never will solve anything.

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RED_EYED
RED_EYED Apr 19 2013, 1:53pm says:

Funny, he's very ugly.

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InsanityPays
InsanityPays May 15 2013, 10:50pm replied:

...why judge someone's worth based on their looks?

Granted, it is a drawing...

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KnightofEquulei
KnightofEquulei Jul 8 2013, 2:01am replied:

Warriors are supposed to be pretty I suppose?

Go back to romancing Anders in Dragon Age 2.

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