Ignorance is bliss, but I still prefer knowledge.
Why not just eat bread?
Ford puns? Ford puns: "We can't afFord the time to look for a ford to cross the river! We must reach the Ford castle ASAP to warn Lord Ford of the Chevyte invasion!"
2nd pair of hands around the plate? 1/10 photoshop
We need this electronic sign reliably working 24/7... Let's use Windows!
How does anyone conclude that's a good idea?
Pretty sure the Ten Commandments are somewhere in the Torah. And unlike instances so often taken out of context and exaggerated in order to claim nonsense like "the Bible says to give off your daughter to be raped", the Commandments ARE a "applies globally" thing, and explicitly forbids murder (among other things).
Anyone (Jewish or not) in support of genocide, regardless of motive, is directly going against God's will. Not a very kosher thing to do (pun intended).
I'd do actual research on the Talmud but I think it'd be inefficient given I can poke a sizable hole on "the Torah and Talmud instruct Jews to take over the world and kill/enslave everyone else" rhetoric without needing to do research.
The Talmud may claim to conveniently override the Torah on specific points, but, while not in the Torah, my stance on the Bible can be summarized with Galatians 1, verse 8: "But even if we, or an angel from heaven, preach any other gospel to you than what we have preached to you, let him be accursed"
Or in other words: NO CHANGES ON GOD'S WORD.
See, this kinda argument is what makes any political stance look bad.
"The Jews", like if someone's born in a Jewish family, welp that's a newborn somehow participating in a conspiracy to take over the world.
So what if there's people of Jewish ethnicity in positions of power and taking decisions with negative long term effects? Going from that to "all Jews are evil and want to take over the world!" is outright conspiralunacy.
But in this case, Epic games isn't the multiplayer platform (like PSN, Origin and Uplay are on your example), it's Steam, hence my suggestion. Plus, recording scammers by Steam ID allows other users to accurately locate them and be aware of scammers on their own.
Registering them by username is irrelevant, that can be changed freely as many times as wanted, and Steam username history keeps a limited number of previously used names.
I suggest instead to record them by Steam ID (the fixed numerical pattern, not custom url ofc), along with last *known* username for convenience
What exactly about what I said is "revisionism" though? Pretty sure that's been on recorded history for a WHILE now.
Also, history isn't really a static thing. Historical records as recent as the 60's had to be rewritten almost entirely because data about them was declassified several decades later.
Same with ancient history, what we know today is merely a deduction from what has been found *so far*. There's no guarantee a future archeological discovery won't change what's currently thought happened centuries or even millennia ago.
The crusades were a major trainwreck indeed, but considering just the first one came only after CENTURIES of brutal expansion from Islam on formerly very much not Islamic nations, which were practically begging for help all that time, while being subject to mass slavery and "convert to Islam or get decapitated" along other atrocities, it'd be absurd to say the crusades weren't a well-justified response.
Problem is they were horribly poorly organized, complete disasters of a response which naturally didn't help much.
I never understood how the concept of Heat Death is depressing.
So what if it's inevitable? That just means concerning yourself about it is pointless and counterproductive at best.
Plus, it's some millions of years away, even if it was preventable, what could some random dude today do about it? Certainly nobody today will live half that long, in that much time humans might no longer be the same species. Even more pointless to worry about.
I love pragmatism. Takes apart existential dilemmas like cotton candy.
Just pray that door doesn't get hit in a crash
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Considering the rest of crApple's product line, I'd expect an Apple car being driver-less ONLY, and the user given no real control over neither path taken or destination
Nobody's forcing anyone to go to the doctor. Let them roll (puns!) with that, natural selection will take care of the rest
Two mysteries solved in one image
These gits need an *actual* economic crisis
"oh noes, worst ever economic crisis in USA", claimed time and again, while not once forced into cutting corners everywhere to not starve/get evicted
On the hard to tell what's real and what isn't thing... Youtu.be
I'd guess like similar to washing waterproof boots, but flexible? They're waterproof so they aren't gonna get dirty so easily. Downside is without room to "vent", yer feet are gonna STINK pretty quick.
Argentinian here: Good news is they got fired. There was a time when they could've just went "mice ate the drugs" while slipping a phat envelope under the table and get away with it.
Original? On Facebook?
Top 10 paradoxes that defy reality as we know it
They strongly resemble characters from the Harry Potter movies
Also applicable to lelic's AI in DoW and CoH franchises
Funny it's Brazil, since Dictionary.reverso.net
Even Portugal calls them ananás.
Oh, that's easy. ALL OF THEM
That's mean in so many layers
He farted in the pool