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Sir Will

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    I'm a open-minded highly intelligent teenager with strong christian moral values.. I think all things have a purpose, including myself. I am single(as of yet, unfortunately?), though that hasn't bothered me too much yet. I hope you enjoy your stay at my profile!
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    United States, OR, Springfield
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    Gaming, specifically Video Games, like these... I also love Dragon Ball Super and Roleplaying!
    Garry's Mod
    Heroes & Generals
    Any and all Total War games
    and many more games...
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    No job as of yet! High School???
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    Protestant(Exploring Other Sects)
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  1. I think my new favorite song is 'Sweet Caroline' sung by Neil Diamond, I could listen to it a hundred times! So subtly romantic, yet has a pleasurable and smooth tone.

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    2. noelKt5


      Such a fantastic song!

    3. Boogles


      I know a guy who hates this song, so each time I think of it I think of him

      and his ten minute hate rant about Neil Diamond.

      So, basically every time I hear this song I giggle endlessly about the grown man who gripes about 70's pop.

    4. Bladesinger


      At 2015 summer camp, my team was called Sweet Caroline! Our motto was the chorus, of course! :P

  2. It's too bad I'm anti-social and trapped in a fifteen year old's body, otherwise I'd be such a romantic person!

    One day, I'm sure...

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    2. Sir Will

      Sir Will

      Yeah, I understand, I was thinking that too. I've been criticized and called out my entire life at the little things, and been called many things unfairly, so my apologies if it's a little touchy for me. ^^

      Thanks though.

    3. Sir Will

      Sir Will

      I also have quite a lot of Irish blood, a majority in fact, so that might explain my serious and aggressive behavior, but when things are cool, silly and affectionate nature. XD

    4. davida chi

      davida chi

      Accepted! But do believe in yourself and allow your past experience to RIP!

  3. Trump is a 'racist sexist hate-spewing bully' because that's what a lot of rich Americans WERE back then. He owns at least millions of dollars and has power over lots of people, it's natural for him to have an attitude that looks down on others. I personally believe it's not RIGHT for him to act that way, mind you, but it is the way he acts. I think much of what he said is blown WAY out of proportion and there is a lot of misconceptions and non-facts thrown about to make both candidates look bad, which is still floating around. I could go into each and every one of them, but it wouldn't change much. Clinton is a very strange woman in my eyes, and her entire career seems to be reptilian in nature, sneaking around and writhing in possibly corrupt exchanges, some of which may cost the lives of others. She has some experience in government, but not experience we can all admire her for whatsoever. I think she's a better person than Trump, in that regard, if you really look deep down into it, but by how much is hard to tell. I also don't agree with having her as a political candidate. If it was my choice? I simply would not vote, as I see Gary Johnson and Jill Stein as strange and unfit for office. We will need someone who is fit for office, calm and steadfast, and knows exactly what he believes, what he wants to do, and how to do it, not a trade between a 60s billionaire nightmare, and a corrupt woman who may have actually be responsible for the deaths of several people. As far as Christianity goes? Christianity =/= Politics. Our country is not a Christian country, it has a christian majority(If you want a 'Christian Country' look at Greece for an example). We CAN have a state ruled by Christians, but with a growing atheist, Muslim, and various other minority religious populations, it will not always be so easy to acquire wise Christian leaders, especially in a time where all is criticized. Democracy is a fair but harsh system, where nobody can truly exercise the extent of their beliefs, as there will always be very harsh opposition.
  4. Hello! My name is Will, Sir Will, that is. I'm a 'hardcore gamer', as in, I love to play games, I own lots of them, and I have a desktop computer capable of running what I want to play that costs lots of money. Enough about me, for now, how many of you play video games? If you do, here are some questions... What do you play games on? Where do you get your games? (Amazon, Gamestop, Bestbuy, Steam, Origin, Xbox Marketplace, etc.) What is your favorite game genre(Strategy, First Person Shooter, RPG, etc.) Name one or more of your favorite games! Excited about any upcoming games? How often do you play? So, back to me. What do you play games on? I play on a PC Desktop Computer with a Nvidia Geforce GTX 760 GPU (Graphics Card), an ASUS Motherboard, and an AMD FX-8320 Processor. Where do you get your games? (Amazon, Gamestop, Bestbuy, Steam, Origin, Xbox Marketplace, etc.) Steam, though I do occasionally use Origin for games that aren't on Steam, and sometimes I get my games for cheap from G2A. What is your favorite game genre(Strategy, First Person Shooter, RPG, etc.) Real Time Strategy, but I enjoy a diverse combination of genres. Name one or more of your favorite games! Wait for my list (Keep Scrolling) Excited about any upcoming games? Yes, of course... Halo Wars 2, Mordhau, Kingdom Come: Deliverence, Mount and Blade: Bannerlord, to name a few. How often do you play? Every single day. So, you want my list of steam games? Here you go. https://steamdb.info/calculator/76561198069706086/?cc=us
  5. I know it may hurt, but people change, sometimes for the better, and sometimes for the worst, you just have to work without him, find a new partner if you must. Like I said, give a last chance if you will, but, if he does not comply, find someone more worth your time.
  6. You know, I think I agree completely, if not for the fact I value the life of a newborn, just as I do the mother. If she's going to be suffering anyway due to rape, what does getting an abortion due to help her? Stop her from being a mother? Whatever the consequence of the female, it is not an excuse for the murder of a child, period. Some financial aid and more services should be given to rape victims to help them cope, like an extra thousand dollars a month or something, or a similar help to those who are suffering. But as for the unborn babies... They mustn't die just because the female was raped, it has no control over that, and has the right to live, as is a human right. Why murder someone because of someone else suffering? But, in every other way besides that, I do agree, the mothers definitely will need lots of help, and should be allowed more services, just not the right to murder their unborn baby.
  7. So I read some of this stuff before posting, but, here are my thoughts, and what I voted. Absolutely not, it should NOT be illegal for someone to exercise their human rights. We have a freedom of sexuality here in America, taking that way, would be a fascist thing to do. If you want a fascist country, go make a big flashy fascist flag, wave it around, make a rally and change the system, simple as that, as long as you don't get shot dead or tazed before you reach the white house doors. Anyways, but, suppose you are a bisexual. A bisexual religiously is immoral, as it is part homosexuality, because you have to be both homosexual and straight, for it to be 'bi-sexual', to clarify, you need to have homosexual feelings and straight feelings to call yourself a bisexual. The homosexual part is a sin, as stated in the Bible, and is condemned by all Christian faiths, as far as I am aware. Are you gonna go die and go to hell because you didn't have sex with the right person? No. You have a higher chance, if you aren't willing to change for Jesus Christ. You can never change yourself, that's something that happens gradually, same with alcohol and drugs, you can't just stop. A gradual decline of someone's beliefs is far more likely than an instant flash of denial. If you want to change, do it gradually, start refraining yourself, and applying yourself to enjoy a particular gender more by giving it more attention. If you wanna be straight, just pay attention to males, and give them your attraction and attention, as far as dating goes at least. If you hang out with girls, and want to change, make a conscious effort to stop feeling attracted, it's going to be nearly impossible but maybe you'll find a way to break out. My feelings, if you want the cold dead hard truth... Our ancestors weren't bisexual. If a man was caught laying next to a man, they would be executed, and same with females lying with females. It wasn't because they were barbaric, but it was because they took God and his words very, VERY, seriously, and were very extreme. If it was my choice, I wouldn't kill anyone who isn't straight, I'd make it a gradual change in the political spectrum, and start changing the minds of our households to believe that being bisexual is a sin, and that it must be nipped in the bud. One day after many years or decades, I'd eventually, with public support, try to pass a law to ban homosexuality, and thus, homosexuality, but this would have to be done AFTER Christianity was the state religion and had public support. But, I'm not the president of the united states, don't plan on it, and way I see it such support would never arise, and change will never occur. Another thing, find hope in the Bible, God sympathizes with all of us, I am sure, and the way I see it, if you look upon a woman lustfully(as a straight man), you already committed adultery with her in your heart(like looking at her particular figure and admiring her lustfully). As a bisexual, by refraining from being lustful and adulterous of your same gender, you can avoid being sinful in that regard, without forcibly changing your entire mind to no longer accept your natural attractions. You may not be able to stop being attracted, but you can stop yourself from being lustful, and you can stop yourself from acting upon your desires. Now, please, take this all with a grain of salt. Just because I mentioned fascism doesn't make me a fascist, and just because I said something about state religion and national support, doesn't mean I have intent to do go out and do so, it was an example of what I would do, if I wanted to, and could do so. And, I say things with colorful language, so don't take it all to heart or get offended. Do and act the way you feel is righteous.
  8. I agree to a sense with both parts. I used to be very pro-Muslim, but I've noticed how terrible their actions can be, and how vigilant terrorists will be to get into our country to do damage, they are fanatics. I agree that you can love your enemy as your friend, and still have them be your enemy, it's apart of honor and virtue, it's a show of love for your fellow man, even in times of war, and is a very noble thing. We are at war on terror and must treat it as so, even if that calls for some harsh political action. Harassing Muslims, and taking political action to defend ourselves from terror, is a massive difference, as Yoda(it's hard to quote you and be serious) seemed to explain.
  9. For sure, and also, when you asked 'Is it ANTI-Christ', well, I am sure there are tons of arguments online that will say there is scripture saying so, there may be, there may not be, but God would not have allowed the fetus to develop if he didn't want it to, see what I mean? God loves all people, including the tincy babies, we should respect and align with God's love for all beings, even if they aren't born yet.
  10. What I meant was, if there's any way to get it before we are forced to bring abortion to the table, that is where I want my support to go. Stopping it from developing in the first place.
  11. I agree to most of the extent, except for the when you said I am labeling all of it as a NO, or seemed to assume I was. I am not saying NO to women, I very much want women to be happy and comfortable, but some hard decisions have to be made... Even if she was raped, that is no excuse for murdering a fetus. So what if you carry around some extra weight, gain some hormonal problems, and other various nasty effects? Would you rather just murder something to get rid of them? Of course not, or at least, I would hope so. Of course it's not an easy decision, and of course you'd like to save children and save the female a hardship both, but it's up to you to choose what's more important... Ending the suffering a woman gets from having been raped, or allowing life to live on? I personally say the life is more important.
  12. Absolutely true, and, as much as I think Mike Pence is kinda cool, patriotic man, I am not big on reading the article at the moment, maybe later. I agree with Mandy that the choice isn't the mothers to make, it is not 'apart of her body', it's a separate entity. That's like saying when a baby suckles it's mother, it's apart of the mom now, or that when I eat food, I become apart of the food I eat, no, the food becomes apart of me, XD. Same with the fetus, it isn't apart of the mother, it is a separate entity, using their parent as a vessel and a method of acquiring resources... It is it's own being, and an 'abortion' is destroying that life.
  13. I know someone is going to read this and go. '*GASP* DISCRIMINATION!!!!' So, this is why I am not indiscriminate: Being discriminate would mean I feel we should treat them differently, like with less rights, but as I have clarified, they should be treated the same, with no more, and no less privileges and rights than our own, same with anyone of any other race, nationality, etc. Also... Democracy -/- Discrimination Fascism - Discrimination If you want to discriminate against a certain type of people, go try and gain public support for a right wing nationalist party that will enforce the laws you want in place XD.
  14. Should we still give them the same rights to life, give them the same freedoms we do, and love them as we would love any person? Of course. Jesus Christ lived among the sinful and loved them all equally, we should do the same, but there is a massive difference between accepting a person because they are human beings, and condoning their sinful nature.
  15. So, this is pretty heated, but I'll stick my opinions in here. Our ancestors were bright people, with similar feelings to our own, they studied social patterns, and what they believed is right and wrong, centuries before we stuck our puny liberal brains in and said 'BARBARIC!' and basically think all people from pre-modern era were horrible people. The difference between us and our ancestors, is that we are weak, we enjoy comfort, we enjoy sex, drugs, money(especially money), and other things. We are greedy, selfish, angry and sensitive. We tolerate what we know is wrong, and raise our children not by tradition, but by tolerance. Now, taking that in, I personally think that our 'opinions' matter less today, on what is moral and right, than it does for our ancestors' opinions. We live in a society only different by technology and political change. We have the same cultures, religions, and social structure as our forefathers. The difference is nobody wants to make hard decisions. This has part to do with the fact we live in a Democracy, and partially because we are very anarchistic and liberal these days. Our Christian forefathers accepted what they believed what was moral, and all else was prosecuted and stomped out, sometimes in a more extreme way than others. I don't support going door to door and slaughtering everyone who isn't a Christian, that is absolutely not what I would mean. But any step in the right direction would be founded in changing how we view politics, how we view human rights, how we view morality, and we have to question ourselves. The Bible says homosexuality is a sin, yes? Yet we treat homosexuality like it's just another avenue for the uncanny valley of people we tolerate. Point is, I think it's a sad decline in what we believe in, that we now tolerate that our sons and daughters believe what they do, and feel they can get away with it without feeling judgement. We more and more freely accept this stuff, and before you know it, our traditions and beliefs are crushed under the weight of 'progressive change'. So, to sum it all up, I believe that our forefathers would be ashamed that we let such a decline in our moral standings, 'tolerate' shouldn't even be something we have to say, those thoughts should not have even began to rise up in the minds of the doubtful, but we let them stray away, rather than nipping it in the bud. There's little that can be done now to change any of that, but, yes, I view that the 'LGBT' community is simply something that has always existed, but our forefathers decided it was immoral, and now we ignore those morals and tolerate what our forefathers would have punished and scorned. That's my two cents on it, do please take all of it with a grain of salt, the more people tear apart my sentence structure and nitpick exactly what they think I mean, the less I feel I want to post on these types of things. If you're not sure how you feel about something I said, or want to question me, fine, but don't call me a barbarian or something because I phrased something uniquely and used colorful language XD. (Also, I must clarify, our 'forefathers' were not perfect people, they were ignorant, harsh, and had many of the sins we ourselves have today, I'm just saying that there's a reason that we're only now changing our beliefs, when they had been steadfast for hundreds of years. I also want to clarify that there's a difference between toleration and acceptance, Jesus Christ 'tolerates' those who want to change, and loves both the sinner and the righteous, but only through change can they be set free. Jesus wouldn't have just said 'oh no it's fine be homosexual, but as long as you aren't sinning in any other way it's okay.' It's said that all sins are equal in punishment, whether it's rape, stealing, or being a homosexual. Jesus Christ wouldn't free someone just to have them keep sinning, you must truly believe you will change your ways and open your heart to Christ, something that most LGBTs would not accept. Now, I've said lots, and forgotten bits of detail here in there in this, so if you question me, and I have a different opinion, it's because you've convinced me to look at it another way and have changed my mind, or similarly.)