I feel like I am irreverent towards shows of nationalism such as reciting the pledge of allegiance. I am irreverent towards most religions, especially the catholic church. what do you fail to revere that most people commonly respect or hold sacred?




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  1. luftballooneyegouge 4 weeks ago

    I’m over-irreverent.

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      Scarlett2 4 weeks ago

      @luftballooneyegouge you’re irreverent towards everything or you’re over being irreverent towards everything and therefore are irreverent towards nothing?

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      • luftballooneyegouge 4 weeks ago

        @Scarlett2
        I’m irreverent to almost everything.

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  2. ladybarbara 4 weeks ago

    Liberalism.

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  3. Tits McGee 4 weeks ago

    YEA THE CATHOLIC CHURCH HAS SOME FUCKED UP THINGS GOING ON. AND YOU CATHOLICS SEEM TO THINK ITS OK TO HAVE THESE OLD MEN ABUSE YOUR CHILDREN.

    WATCH ‘SPOTLIGHT’
    WATCH ‘THE KEEPERS’

    THEN TELL ME YOU ARE OK WITH THE SHIT GOING ON…………………..

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  4. Yin 4 weeks ago

    Nearly anything traditional. I just don’t understand the importance of most of them.

    I don’t care about nationalism as well. I understand some defense reasons for borders, but I don’t get it in the human sense. We take that stuff way too seriously. Trying to isolate ourselves from others is just so odd to me. Kind of reminds me of one of my favorite wrestlers, Mustafa Ali. A Pakistani man born in Chicago. Was a police officer. He tried to be a good guy in wrestling for a while. People wanted him to be the bad foreigner. He did it and got jobs way more often and better pay. He saw a kid in the front row throw his hands up wanting to fight. He thought to himself, “Did I just make this kid hate someone who isn’t like him?” He then completely stopped doing that. He refused to be that bad guy. Other Pakistani people keep asking him why he doesn’t fly their flag, and he goes back to that he fights for and is for everyone. He doesn’t want to be put in those nationality boxes. I loved that so much. Wrestling has always gone the USA guys vs. the foreigners route and it is such a delight to have someone who actively goes against all of that in his job and personal life.

    I also don’t care about last names. I don’t care if I keep or lose mine. I have debated on changing my whole name just because. This also goes to not caring about bloodlines. Who is and isn’t blood related and continuing that is none of my concern. I have the family around that I do because they just have always been there and my dad found me. I probably wouldn’t go searching for anyone myself. I just don’t have that urge.

    Religion. I’m fine with religious people practicing non-harmfully, but I don’t care for the systems surrounding religion.

    The odd hero worship that we (the US) have. Where cops and military are automatically heroes. I just don’t buy that. A lot are noble in their intentions, but not all of them are and some intentions are warped from the exposure to that kind of surrounding. I won’t trash them for no reason, but I can’t call them heroes just because they chose that profession.

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      Scarlett2 4 weeks ago

      @Yin agree with almost all of this. That is a cool story about the wrestler. Thanks for sharing that! Yeah, I think there are good and bad apples in every professions. I think people go into the military for a lot of reasons, but often it is bandied about how they fight for our freedom. thing is, who asked them to?

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      • Yin 4 weeks ago

        @Scarlett2 Yea. In the modern sense, we have been at war with countries that have never and could really never be a danger to our freedoms. The overall structure of our military currently fights for power and control. Has nothing to do with our freedom. It’s all so complicated. We label people bad guys, which may legitimately be the case, but then we just steal from the area. We hire mercenaries who are never held accountable for their actions who murder civilians and somehow isn’t a war crime. We have individuals in the military, like we had Chris Kyle, who have a blood lust (on top of being liars.) We have recruitment officers in schools to encourage kids to join. We have the Pentagon paying NFL to do the anthem and whatnot. We glorify it so much and what it mainly does currently is just kill and steal. It hurts. I really do understand the individual that wants to get in for an education, discipline, and/or just wanting to serve our country, but I just don’t agree with the leadership he have. I have people in my family who have been in the military. They are good people, so I get that there is some legitimacy within it, but man, seeing the bad is really easy, too easy.

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