Thread: Homosexuality?
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Old May 12th, 2007, 07:29 PM  
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"you shouldn't believe things that you haven't personally witnessed"
You stated this.

Originally Posted by DestroyTheFuture View Post
prove to me how you can 100% believe that something you havent personally witnessed. i think that it is impossible to prove that because no matter how trusting you are, you still shouldn't beleieve something never happened.

the Halocaust
Slavery in America
death of Steve Erwin
the Depression
the existence of dinosaurs
the existence of Jesus, Muhammad, and Buddha

take a look at that list. those are all examples. to make this clear, i believe that all of those happened, but they are all something that you cant believe on a 100% scale. every single thing that you havent personally seen cant be believed on a 100% scale, because how do you know if it's a fix or not? please dont try to debate with that list, they were all just examples. debate with the actual point of the list if you will.
Obviously, you did not read my post or comprehend it. I already stated that things should be questioned and varied and disagreed with that specific quote! What are you getting at? You are contradicting yourself.

also, there is no legit proof to me that you are even gay, a male, a human being, because i havent personally witnessed you at all, except on this site, which, behind a computer is very easy to skew your characteristics.
Actually there is legit proof. I have met someone of this site that could tell you. there are pictures of the trip as well! Also, he can also tell you i'm questions, please...and no it isn't bad.

see, i have witnessed my friend choosing to be gay. i have witnessed him with a girlfriend, (who which unfortunately killed herself in the prime of their relationship and my friend didn't even know that she was depressed) and i have witnessed him telling me how he didn't want to hurt any more girls, so he chose to be with guys instead. now, this isn't some kind of, "tragic happening" that made his thoughts jumble around and traumatize him for his life, he just didn't want the same thing to happen to a different girl, so for all of the females races safety, he chose to be gay. now he has a boyfriend. his is not bi, or straight. he was once straight, but now he has conscientiously chosen to be gay. of course, you don't have to believe that. i completely understand if you didn't, but i do believe it. and that's why my thesis on this topic is not going to change. i have factual evidence to myself that has proven to me that what i believe is true. i have never seen a gay person, "turn" gay, or be gay right out of birth, which leaves me to believe that very gay person chooses to be gay.
Honestly, how old is your friend? I'm sure it is possible to be traumatized into being gay, yet i find this story quite funny because it about time you mention it...
you cannot witness someone being gay, exactly. although i said before that i have proof that im gay in a way im being hypocritical...

i agree, age does play a large role in how much one can witness, but if you sit alone in your house and read all day, everyday, then you wont witness as much as a person who is much more outgoing; who is outside seeing the world everyday. and, you also misunderstood what i had said. i didn't make a relation between smartness, conducting experiments, and outgoingness. i made the relation that you will witness more if you are more outgoing. yes, a smart person may be able to conduct a better experiment, but a great experiment conductor combines at least three characteristics: smart, outgoing, and desire.
Outgoing has nothing to do with experiencing great things. outgoing may lead to popularity and phrat parties, but in no way would being shy keep you from experiencing life and become just as great of a scientist as someone who is outgoing. that is like saying "blondes experience more!"

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