6 days ago
12/29/06
Posts: 14548

For Westerners a sacrifice is a play in Baseball.

For Easterners a scarifice is slicing up your neighbor's livestock or one of your children or wife.

It's just their ways.

 

6 days ago
11/18/11
Posts: 7771

Thanks Ghengis.

 

I hope you're having a splendid eid.

6 days ago
6/13/09
Posts: 15066
Ghengiseanie - 
blood fist -

I respect the holidays of other religions.

My main point is that Ghenghis started the thread purely to stir things up.

I have wished everyone a happy eid for ten years on here, twice a year without fail. 


OK. I retract my comment and wish you a happy Eid Mubarak.

However, you have to admit you're a tricky guy and like to start trouble sometimes.

6 days ago
8/20/03
Posts: 145750

Khair Mubarak, OP.

 

6 days ago
5/10/08
Posts: 46866
WidespreadPanic - 

For Westerners a sacrifice is a play in Baseball.

For Easterners a scarifice is slicing up your neighbor's livestock or one of your children or wife.

It's just their ways.

 


6 days ago
10/4/18
Posts: 2268
Black Doug - 


6 days ago
6/13/09
Posts: 15072
Megatherium - 

Thanks Ghengis.

 

I hope you're having a splendid eid.


Hey Meg. I recognize your name from EY.com.

I haven't been there in a while, but if Redneck is still there, would you kindly pass along my greetings.

We had some contact and resolved the personal animosity between us. We'll never agree on much, but I honestly bear him no ill will anymore.

6 days ago
6/20/13
Posts: 9679
WidespreadPanic -

For Westerners a sacrifice is a play in Baseball.

For Easterners a scarifice is slicing up your neighbor's livestock or one of your children or wife.

It's just their ways.

 

In Genesis 22, the story of Abraham sacrificing Isaac is written. Isaac was saved and eventually through his line, the sacrifice of Yeshua was made to atone for the sins of the world. The whole arcof Judeo-Christian history is based upon blood sacrifice to atone for sins.. the Jews did it one day each year until the final scapegoat came into the earth.

Philosophy of all Western thought hinges on this story of sacrifice.  

Edited: 6 days ago
11/18/11
Posts: 7772
blood fist -
Megatherium - 

Thanks Ghengis.

 

I hope you're having a splendid eid.

 

Hey Meg. I recognize your name from EY.com.

I haven't been there in a while, but if Redneck is still there, would you kindly pass along my greetings.

We had some contact and resolved the personal animosity between us. We'll never agree on much, but I honestly bear him no ill will anymore.

Hi Blood Fist. I haven't been able to log into my account at Yoshida-sans' for over a year, sadly. Truthfully, there just aren't many people left over from the heyday that I recognize anyway unfortunately.. However I still come across Redneck from time to time at Masato's and the next time I do I'll certainly pass the message along to him. 

 

I'm glad to hear that you worked it out.

6 days ago
12/29/18
Posts: 1135

Yeah, but OPs religion has it all wrong. Ishmael was not the don to be sacrificed. It was Isaac. Yet, another lie proposed by Islam 

6 days ago
11/28/09
Posts: 39755
blood fist -

I respect the holidays of other religions.

My main point is that Ghenghis started the thread purely to stir things up.

Know what he’s not stirring up?  Memories with the children he ditched 

6 days ago
6/13/09
Posts: 15073
Megatherium -
blood fist -
Megatherium - 

Thanks Ghengis.

 

I hope you're having a splendid eid.

 

Hey Meg. I recognize your name from EY.com.

I haven't been there in a while, but if Redneck is still there, would you kindly pass along my greetings.

We had some contact and resolved the personal animosity between us. We'll never agree on much, but I honestly bear him no ill will anymore.

Hi Blood Fist. I haven't been able to log into my account at Yoshida-sans' for over a year, sadly. Truthfully, there just aren't many people left over from the heyday that I recognize anyway unfortunately.. However I still come across Redneck from time to time at Masato's and the next time I do I'll certainly pass the message along to him. 

 

I'm glad to hear that you worked it out.

Thanks man.

5 days ago
4/19/09
Posts: 32547
Bret Kavanaugh -

Yeah, but OPs religion has it all wrong. Ishmael was not the don to be sacrificed. It was Isaac. Yet, another lie proposed by Islam 

Well that's the crux of the difference between Jews/Muslims/Arab/Hebrew nations.

Yes we do think it was the father of the Arab Race not the Jewish race that was offered but in the grand scheme of things the point is that he was willing to do it arguing about minutia is how you get conflict 

5 days ago
4/19/09
Posts: 32548
TGP -

Selamat Hari Raya (as we say in my house)....

Do I believe in the bible or Koran? Not at all......

should that stop me enjoying religious festivals and wishing good health and fortune on my family, friends and fellow man.... Not at all....

To all who are celebrating today, enjoy....

 

Which makes you Indonesian or Malaysian, but I thought you were a policeman in London? Or an I confusing you with someone else? 

3 days ago
3/14/12
Posts: 3822
Ghengiseanie -
TGP -

Selamat Hari Raya (as we say in my house)....

Do I believe in the bible or Koran? Not at all......

should that stop me enjoying religious festivals and wishing good health and fortune on my family, friends and fellow man.... Not at all....

To all who are celebrating today, enjoy....

 

Which makes you Indonesian or Malaysian, but I thought you were a policeman in London? Or an I confusing you with someone else? 

Wife is Malaysian..... I’m plain old English.... copper, but not London.... fuck that!!!

3 days ago
12/29/18
Posts: 1183
Ghengiseanie -
Bret Kavanaugh -

Yeah, but OPs religion has it all wrong. Ishmael was not the don to be sacrificed. It was Isaac. Yet, another lie proposed by Islam 

Well that's the crux of the difference between Jews/Muslims/Arab/Hebrew nations.

Yes we do think it was the father of the Arab Race not the Jewish race that was offered but in the grand scheme of things the point is that he was willing to do it arguing about minutia is how you get conflict 

You’re right, I was just busting balls. I don’t believe in either version of the story to be truer than the other 

3 days ago
4/19/09
Posts: 32579
TGP -
Ghengiseanie -
TGP -

Selamat Hari Raya (as we say in my house)....

Do I believe in the bible or Koran? Not at all......

should that stop me enjoying religious festivals and wishing good health and fortune on my family, friends and fellow man.... Not at all....

To all who are celebrating today, enjoy....

 

Which makes you Indonesian or Malaysian, but I thought you were a policeman in London? Or an I confusing you with someone else? 

Wife is Malaysian..... I’m plain old English.... copper, but not London.... fuck that!!!

they got stab vests these days

2 days ago
7/2/09
Posts: 6195
Ghengiseanie -
blood fist -

I respect the holidays of other religions.

My main point is that Ghenghis started the thread purely to stir things up.

I have wished everyone a happy eid for ten years on here, twice a year without fail. 

Holy shit, Muslim Christmas comes twice a year?

2 days ago
4/19/09
Posts: 32591
jgiveshead -
Ghengiseanie -
blood fist -

I respect the holidays of other religions.

My main point is that Ghenghis started the thread purely to stir things up.

I have wished everyone a happy eid for ten years on here, twice a year without fail. 

Holy shit, Muslim Christmas comes twice a year?

see, that why its the fastest grgowing religion, 2 x presesnts. PLUS growing up in Leicester we would celebrate EVERYTHING> 

Diversity is your Holiday and gift Strength.

Diwali, Vaisakh, Hanaka, Christmas, Easter you name it, reasons to be cheerful!

2 days ago
3/14/12
Posts: 3827
Ghengiseanie -
jgiveshead -
Ghengiseanie -
blood fist -

I respect the holidays of other religions.

My main point is that Ghenghis started the thread purely to stir things up.

I have wished everyone a happy eid for ten years on here, twice a year without fail. 

Holy shit, Muslim Christmas comes twice a year?

see, that why its the fastest grgowing religion, 2 x presesnts. PLUS growing up in Leicester we would celebrate EVERYTHING> 

Diversity is your Holiday and gift Strength.

Diwali, Vaisakh, Hanaka, Christmas, Easter you name it, reasons to be cheerful!

We had a late celebration last night, in London to see the in laws and some are over from Malaysia... ate enough satay, roti, rendang and mee hoon last night to feed an army.... belly still hurts now...

2 days ago
6/20/13
Posts: 9700

https://summit.news/2019/08/16/muslim-cleric-killed-after-cow-he-was-about-to-ritually-slaughter-fights-back/

1 day ago
4/19/09
Posts: 32605
Looney Ronulan Paultard -

https://summit.news/2019/08/16/muslim-cleric-killed-after-cow-he-was-about-to-ritually-slaughter-fights-back/

should have gone gto home depot

1 day ago
6/13/07
Posts: 12398
I'll say this about Eid M, the muzzies that I know that do celebrate it are some fine people. They dont go all ghetto butcher on the neighbor's hogs or sheep. I dont see the families where the women have to wear ski mask celebrate it. Must be a different lineage of muzzlimism.
1 day ago
3/19/04
Posts: 23160

Sometimes I enjoy Eid and sometimes I don’t. It Eid what it Eid.

 

I’ll see myself out.

1 day ago
9/9/12
Posts: 10541

Eid Mubarak, OP.

Hope you enjoyed your holiday with your family.