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Again, this depends on the metric you use and what standards you apply.  Most Catholics are physically indistinguishable from the average protestant, so no, a cop is not going to pull you over for being a Papist.  However, in many Evangelical sects, interracial marriages are increasingly common, while marrying a Catholic, you may as well be consigning your soul over the devil, for sale by Luxeswap.

Dude..Alabama didn't official repeal its law banning black-white marriages until the year 2000. They did a referendum on it. 40% of people voted against repealing the law:

http://ballotpedia.org/Alabama_Interracial_Marriage,_Amendment_2_(2000)
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Few things compare to the trauma of me having to read this allegory comparing blacks and Catholics to frogs and turtles.

I hope this is tongue-in-cheek.
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Dude..Alabama didn't official repeal its law banning black-white marriages until the year 2000. They did a referendum on it. 40% of people voted against repealing the law:

http://ballotpedia.org/Alabama_Interracial_Marriage,_Amendment_2_(2000)

I don't know anything about Alabama, but I do know about the deep distrust for Catholics and Mormons among protestant churches in the south.  Incidentally, I never said that the South (or anywhere) was a great place to be black.  It's certainly something that you can't hide (easily).  

 

I suppose that it comes down to a very real debate about whether mortification of the body or the spirit is a worse thing.

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Originally Posted by nahneun View Post

I hope this is tongue-in-cheek.

I figured you'd be able to come up with an allegory comparing my trauma to the experience of a talking wombat and a singing wallaby, which is why I smartly said "few things," rather than "nothing.
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...i don't think you understood the allegory.
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Nice horse gif, what does it mean??
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horse moonwalks in front of emohorse. neigh.
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Btw I think it was this thread we were having travel chat to awful places, just cancelled my trip to Myanmar frown.gif (not saying Myanmar is an awful place) Everything is expensive as hell over the New Years and there's no way to do things without money going to the government. I'd love to see Bagan but I'll wait until the government gets their act together. Not somewhere I wanna spend two weeks at the moment. So going to Thailand, boring choice but whatever, been there four times and never been out of the central region, anyone there over New Years?
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Nice horse gif, what does it mean??

 

I just felt like we needed a non sequitur at this point in today's conversation(s).

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nahneun's explanation was really all i needed.
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Btw I think it was this thread we were having travel chat to awful places, just cancelled my trip to Myanmar frown.gif (not saying Myanmar is an awful place) Everything is expensive as hell over the New Years and there's no way to do things without money going to the government. I'd love to see Bagan but I'll wait until the government gets their act together. Not somewhere I wanna spend two weeks at the moment. So going to Thailand, boring choice but whatever, been there four times and never been out of the central region, anyone there over New Years?

 

Been to Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Pai or Mae Hong Song?

 

Hard rec on all.

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I figured you'd be able to come up with an allegory comparing my trauma to the experience of a talking wombat and a singing wallaby, which is why I smartly said "few things," rather than "nothing.

 

Nothing compares to the trauma of listening to Australia wildlife, have you ever hard Wallabies sing? Or Koalas root? Or possums scream?

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Been to Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Pai or Mae Hong Song?

Hard rec on all.

Heading to Chiang Mai and the north from the 26th - 1st so some of the places are definitely on the list, you have any super recs for the couple days we'll be up there? I heard Chiang Mai itself will be pretty bumping on New Year's eve (this will be eight New Years in a row all in different countries... damn). Flying down to Phuket early on the 1st and gonna immediately get out of there and head to Phi Phi for scuba diving for two nights and then onto either Railay or Lanta for two more for some relaxing before flying Krabi back to BKK then home. I made these plans and booked hotels and flights last night while drunk and angry at every single domestic airline in Myanmar for giving me the super-runaround on whether or not my tickets were booked (they weren't and now never will be!!). Kinda sad because I really wanted to see Bagan and Myanmar, I have a cool friend from there who posts wacky stuff on Facebook all the time and the country looks like a blast
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The hypocrisy of Western feminisms's self-righteous victimhood while they themselves oppress and exploit not only animals but women and men of poorer nations is well illustrated by this recent irony http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2817191/62p-HOUR-s-women-sleeping-16-room-paid-make-Ed-Harriet-s-45-Feminist-Looks-Like-T-shirts.html

Not to mention the fact the men in the west have poorer physical health, poorer mental health, more likely to be the victims of violence, more likely to die in wars, less social and emotional support and so on and so forth.

It is astonishing the depth of the guilt that has been instilled in young brad-t by this relentless dogma, just for the fact that he has two balls dangling between his thighs; they don't need you to stand up for them, they are plenty good at doing that for themselves.
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