May have lost girlfriend due to steroids :(
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Brother I was in no way saying that any one man in this thread or forum for that matter is unhappy with his marriage. I was simply thinking about how sad it is how many men that I know who vulgarly insult their spouses daily behind their backs, or bring marriage to a a view of regret or low standard. I was in no way taking his comment serious or bashing you or him.Originally Posted by D2footballjrc
Nor was I saying that there is such a thing as a relationship where no fighting occurs. I argue with my lady plenty
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10-18-2012, 04:17 PM
Agree bro, why get mad about someones opinion. I wouldn't blame a chick early in a relationship to kick rocks. Lucky my wife and I been together through good times and hard. U have to tell them or ur relationship will all b a lie. If my wife said I'm out and taking the kids it would b easy to say no problem there in the trash. It sucks for the kid cause he did the rite thing by telling her at same time u have to see it through others eyes. Some of us are just lucky to get too do the things that make us stronger. Lol!Originally Posted by kingjameskjf
10-18-2012, 04:54 PM
I agree with dunn and mls. If she's smart she probably, unless she cares for you so much. Your gonna have to decide which is more important using steroids for what ever reason, or her.
I feel just because steroids are illegal every one hates on them. FYI, there are sugary drinks that are now illegal. And I can promise you that sugar has killed more people the steroids. But that's for another thread.
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OP: everything happens or doesn't happen for a reason :] life is a learning experience.. trial and error, unfortunately.
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10-18-2012, 07:47 PM
At least 2 if not 3 ppl got banned brutha..happened earlier in the thread around when Dunn came in..Originally Posted by D2footballjrc
10-18-2012, 07:50 PM
The words spoke by a few really irritated a lot of really well respected and dedicated members to this board. I definitely don't look at a few the same any more. It's a shame.
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10-18-2012, 07:57 PM
Not true. God gave us free will, our lives arent " laid" out.Originally Posted by mls51112
OP, decide which means more to you; having a relationship or using steroids. To a vast majority its a "drug" and people refuse to understand anything else. Atleast you told her before you got too committed.
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I mean I don't believe in a god. But what he says is true humans still have free will and for every action there is an equal reaction.Originally Posted by gregg1494
10-18-2012, 08:24 PM
So big bang theory or evolution? Science IS a theory. Science gets disproved everyday.Originally Posted by gregg1494
So what're we talking about? I dont force my belief on anybody, but, the book of revelations can not be argued against.
Anyways back to the thread. Op have you tried to talk to her since?
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I find it truly sad when people cannot have disagreements or state differing opinions without things eventually being reduced to a guttural name calling level.
It seems that being “tolerant” has somehow devolved into a mis-belief that “you” should accept my position, and if you don’t then I should somehow be able to deem you as being judgmental, close-minded, or relegated to a lesser intellectual level, and have the right to belittle you and your position and affix nasty titles and intentions to you and your position.
In some cases, there appear to be those that have self-appointed themselves to the position of determining which comments, views or opinions are necessary or warranted.
I think some of that occurred in this thread, and it’s a shame.
Although I agree with Mr. Dunn, I don’t believe those whose opinions are contrary to his (and/or mine) are a/an (insert your favorite phrase of euphemism for a male of female body part or a feminine hygienic cleansing solution container); rather, it means they simply disagree with my position. And, of course, I believe my position is correct (otherwise it wouldn’t be my position). That I disagree with others makes me neither judgmental, close-minded, nor relegated to a lesser intellectual level. What it makes me is discerning, and there is a big difference. And, regardless of the forum used, name calling and personal attacks are rarely, if ever, called for.
To this specific issue -- I wouldn’t want my daughter involved with anyone who was knowingly and intentionally breaking the law; period. I would be concerned, rightfully – in my opinion, that the tendency to break the law in one area might be an indication of a potential willingness to break the law in other areas of his life; some of which could be very harmful to my daughter. Wanting the best for my daughter, why would I ever choose that or want that for her?
And for the record, yes - there have been times I have knowingly and intentionally broken the law. I don't look back on that with pride or with a sense of accomplishment. Does my wanting my daughter to avoid behaviors that may not be too far from my own past behaviors make me a hypocrite? Nope. It means I have tried to learn from past failures and want better for my daughter. If that makes me a/an (insert your favorite phrase of euphemism for a male of female body part or a feminine hygienic cleansing solution container) in your eyes, I am OK with that.
That someone was rejected and feels a sense of loss, as was the case with this thread, is clearly not a good thing. However, that does not mean that another person should therefore be prohibited from making a well intended (as I see it) attempt to shed an additional perspective. Although I do not know Mr. Dunn personally, I have a fairly good idea what may have motivated his comments. If I am correct, and I believe I am, the motivation was not to bag on anyone or add additional injury (and I do not believe he did), but to help point out that there is causual relationship between the behavior of the individual, and the decision/action taken by the person he was dating.
As to my contention that “being tolerant” now means that one must accept a position or argument contrary to his/her own, or be the recipient of name calling and claims that they are unduly/unjustly judgmental, close-minded, or of a lesser intellectual level, this type of binary thinking is foolish, yet it frequently accompanies political discussion and, to a much greater extent, discussion regarding abortion and/or so-called gay marriage. If one does not see the (insert political issue du jour, abortion, gay marriage) the same way as the other, then that person must be bigoted, stupid, a fascist, a racist, a homophobe, or even one of those to-be-feared Christians.
The fact is that there are many good arguments for and against (insert political issue du jour, abortion, gay marriage) that are in no way based on bigotry, stupidity, fascism, racism, or being a homophobe, and those having a Christian (or other religious) basis for their position does not make them inherently wrong just because the other person does not hold the same religious belief.
As for name calling, at the risk of being labeled as judgmental, close-minded, or of a lesser intellectual level, it is uncalled for and grossly immature.
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