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Sukhov

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  1. It was common in the 2010s, idiots just whined and **** about it.
  2. In the original work of Plato, they are talking about Zeus and Uranus but over the centuries, others have reapplied the question to other religions including Christianity. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Euthyphro_dilemma And for the record, I am not against the soul or the afterlife but only against Divine command theory which is more of an abrahamic idea.
  3. For most theists it should be a blow. The funny thing about "Divine command theory" is that I highly doubt 99% of the self-described Christians, Jews, muslims, nowadays would actually be willing to kill their own son (like Abraham) to please God and if they did, they certainly wouldn't consider it just or moral.
  4. I was planning on watching Until the End of the World again but fell asleep. Glad I didn't miss it. I've seen Salvatore before. It is a good film.
  5. How do the religious posters here argue against the Euthyphro dilemma?
  6. If you need some "movie historian" to tell you that racial hatred is wrong then you might be totally clueless.
  7. The "problem" is people in the current year who still rely on HBO or whatever to view their movies instead of using their brains and searching where to see them on the internet. If people are clueless enough to rely on HBO and give them money and get this in return then they absolutely deserve not viewing the film.
  8. Machado de Assis now in a New English translation courtesy of Penguin - this book is recommended by Woody Allen as one of his favorites. https://www.newyorker.com/books/second-read/rediscovering-one-of-the-wittiest-books-ever-written
  9. No, it's much too offensive for my taste. I say instead show only Lars von Trier movies 24/7. That would be much more suitable.
  10. Problem solved. https://ww1.0123movies.su/movie/gone-with-the-wind-1939-online-123movies/
  11. I think Jesus Christ has been portrayed more times than either Wyarr Earp or Holmes. Same with the Devil. Some like Max von Sydow even portrayed both!
  12. I've mentioned it before here but I really think Ted Levine should have won it for Buffalo Bill. "Was she a great big fat person?"
  13. Kolberg isn't the most historically accurate but it is a decent technicolor epic for its day. I wonder if Goebbels ever took advantage of Soderbaum. I read that he tried to get most of those German actresses to sleep with him. "Hitler's Hollywood" is a good documentary on the subject if you haven't seen it.
  14. The rioters who took advantage of the peaceful protests have given Trump an advantage I assume. While the majority of protesters are by far peaceful, what Fox news viewers will see is the looting ONLY and it will push more into Trump's court.
  15. The Atlantic used to be a serious magazine once too, I heard.
  16. https://abcnews.go.com/US/small-town-police-chief-killed-officers-cities-wounded/story?id=71017820 Small-town police chief killed as officers in 3 cities wounded during violence at George Floyd protests An officer in Las Vegas reportedly was on life support after being shot. A retired St. Louis police captain who became a small-town police chief was found fatally shot early Tuesday outside a pawn shop that was looted after protests over the death of George Floyd turned violent. David Dorn, 77, was discovered on the sidewalk in front of Lee's Pawn & Jewelry in St. Louis around 2:30 a.m., said Police Commissioner John Hayden. He said Dorn, who retired from the St. Louis Police Department in 2007 and had been serving as police chief of Moline Acres, Missouri, since 2008, was killed when he apparently tried to stop the looting of the shop. "David Dorn was exercising law enforcement training that he learned here," Hayden said. No further details were immediately released. His widow, Ann Marie Dorn, told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that her husband was a friend of the pawn shop's owner and frequently checked on the business when alarms went off.
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