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Centre Of Deattention
2010-07-30 19:35:20 EST
in malaysia the muslims were
fasting and a girl i knew asked
me to join her and her mother
in their fasting for a period,
so i asked them why and the
mother explained it is to feel
the hunger and help sympathy
and better understanding for
those who can't eat very much.
not too silly or religious i
thought so i went along with it.
it isn't really that bad lol,
and is a relief on the pattern.
the psychological overlay...

Centre Of Deattention
2010-07-30 19:49:34 EST
On 31/07/2010 7:35 AM, centre of deattention wrote:
> in malaysia the muslims were
> fasting and a girl i knew asked
> me to join her and her mother
> in their fasting for a period,
> so i asked them why and the
> mother explained it is to feel
> the hunger and help sympathy
> and better understanding for
> those who can't eat very much.
> not too silly or religious i
> thought so i went along with it.
> it isn't really that bad lol,
> and is a relief on the pattern.
> the psychological overlay...

what's humorous about that
society is during this month
the distinctions between
strict and loose muslims
are extremely clear.

so we have these "false"
muslims in the eyes of the
strict muslims who eat,
take drugs, and are pretty
generally disinterested in
the religion their born in
or only take some to heart,
many though admit they are
a sinner and feel a guilt.

there is an arrogance that
develops even in a practice
that appears as innocent as
connecting to the hungry.

but it is less about the "false"
muslims not caring for that intent
as a general break of muslim rule.

as messed up as that can make
the strict muslims (and as much
as i think their religion sux)
i do wonder about the character
of those who call themselves a
member of a religion they aren't
following the explicit rule of.

Centre Of Deattention
2010-07-30 19:53:05 EST
On 31/07/2010 7:49 AM, centre of deattention wrote:
> On 31/07/2010 7:35 AM, centre of deattention wrote:
>> in malaysia the muslims were
>> fasting and a girl i knew asked
>> me to join her and her mother
>> in their fasting for a period,
>> so i asked them why and the
>> mother explained it is to feel
>> the hunger and help sympathy
>> and better understanding for
>> those who can't eat very much.
>> not too silly or religious i
>> thought so i went along with it.
>> it isn't really that bad lol,
>> and is a relief on the pattern.
>> the psychological overlay...
>
> what's humorous about that
> society is during this month
> the distinctions between
> strict and loose muslims
> are extremely clear.
>
> so we have these "false"
> muslims in the eyes of the
> strict muslims who eat,
> take drugs, and are pretty
> generally disinterested in
> the religion their born in
> or only take some to heart,
> many though admit they are
> a sinner and feel a guilt.
>
> there is an arrogance that
> develops even in a practice
> that appears as innocent as
> connecting to the hungry.
>
> but it is less about the "false"
> muslims not caring for that intent
> as a general break of muslim rule.
>
> as messed up as that can make
> the strict muslims (and as much
> as i think their religion sux)
> i do wonder about the character
> of those who call themselves a
> member of a religion they aren't
> following the explicit rule of.

there was a genuineness to the
intent of the mother to feel for
others and want to feel hunger.

as i said though it's not that
bad. after a whole months maybe,
i can't say but a little bit..
it's worth trying you guys.....

Fred C. Dobbs
2010-07-30 20:02:58 EST
On 7/30/2010 4:35 PM, centre of deattention wrote:
> in malaysia the muslims were
> fasting and a girl i knew asked
> me to join her and her mother
> in their fasting for a period,
> so i asked them why and the
> mother explained it is to feel
> the hunger and help sympathy
> and better understanding for
> those who can't eat very much.
> not too silly or religious i
> thought so i went along with it.
> it isn't really that bad lol,
> and is a relief on the pattern.
> the psychological overlay...

And then you exploded bombs in a crowded subway...



--
Any more lip out of you and I'll haul off and let you have it...if you
know what's good for you, you won't monkey around with Fred C. Dobbs

Centre Of Deattention
2010-07-30 20:18:46 EST
On 31/07/2010 8:02 AM, Fred C. Dobbs wrote:
> On 7/30/2010 4:35 PM, centre of deattention wrote:
>> in malaysia the muslims were
>> fasting and a girl i knew asked
>> me to join her and her mother
>> in their fasting for a period,
>> so i asked them why and the
>> mother explained it is to feel
>> the hunger and help sympathy
>> and better understanding for
>> those who can't eat very much.
>> not too silly or religious i
>> thought so i went along with it.
>> it isn't really that bad lol,
>> and is a relief on the pattern.
>> the psychological overlay...
>
> And then you exploded bombs in a crowded subway...
>
>
>

it was a finger sign. they overreacted.

Possum
2010-07-30 23:29:09 EST

"centre of deattention" <mortonvulgan@gmail.com> wrote in
message
news:FfednUDYWOmD-M7RnZ2dnUVZ_qCdnZ2d@giganews.com...
> On 31/07/2010 7:35 AM, centre of deattention wrote:
>> in malaysia the muslims were
>> fasting and a girl i knew asked
>> me to join her and her mother
>> in their fasting for a period,
>> so i asked them why and the
>> mother explained it is to feel
>> the hunger and help sympathy
>> and better understanding for
>> those who can't eat very much.
>> not too silly or religious i
>> thought so i went along with it.
>> it isn't really that bad lol,
>> and is a relief on the pattern.
>> the psychological overlay...
>
> what's humorous about that
> society is during this month
> the distinctions between
> strict and loose muslims
> are extremely clear.
>
> so we have these "false"
> muslims in the eyes of the
> strict muslims who eat,
> take drugs, and are pretty
> generally disinterested in
> the religion their born in
> or only take some to heart,
> many though admit they are
> a sinner and feel a guilt.
>
> there is an arrogance that
> develops even in a practice
> that appears as innocent as
> connecting to the hungry.
>
> but it is less about the "false"
> muslims not caring for that intent
> as a general break of muslim rule.
>
> as messed up as that can make
> the strict muslims (and as much
> as i think their religion sux)
> i do wonder about the character
> of those who call themselves a
> member of a religion they aren't
> following the explicit rule of.

a person has to wonder.

possum


possum




The Doctor
2010-07-30 23:40:04 EST
On 31/07/2010 11:29 AM, possum wrote:
> "centre of deattention"<mortonvulgan@gmail.com> wrote in
> message
> news:FfednUDYWOmD-M7RnZ2dnUVZ_qCdnZ2d@giganews.com...
>> On 31/07/2010 7:35 AM, centre of deattention wrote:
>>> in malaysia the muslims were
>>> fasting and a girl i knew asked
>>> me to join her and her mother
>>> in their fasting for a period,
>>> so i asked them why and the
>>> mother explained it is to feel
>>> the hunger and help sympathy
>>> and better understanding for
>>> those who can't eat very much.
>>> not too silly or religious i
>>> thought so i went along with it.
>>> it isn't really that bad lol,
>>> and is a relief on the pattern.
>>> the psychological overlay...
>>
>> what's humorous about that
>> society is during this month
>> the distinctions between
>> strict and loose muslims
>> are extremely clear.
>>
>> so we have these "false"
>> muslims in the eyes of the
>> strict muslims who eat,
>> take drugs, and are pretty
>> generally disinterested in
>> the religion their born in
>> or only take some to heart,
>> many though admit they are
>> a sinner and feel a guilt.
>>
>> there is an arrogance that
>> develops even in a practice
>> that appears as innocent as
>> connecting to the hungry.
>>
>> but it is less about the "false"
>> muslims not caring for that intent
>> as a general break of muslim rule.
>>
>> as messed up as that can make
>> the strict muslims (and as much
>> as i think their religion sux)
>> i do wonder about the character
>> of those who call themselves a
>> member of a religion they aren't
>> following the explicit rule of.
>
> a person has to wonder.
>
> possum
>
>
> possum
>
>
>

then again the ones that are
reallly reallllly into it are
also ones one has to wonder
about. they do get serious!

Possum
2010-07-31 00:35:01 EST

"the doctor" <war@time.dr> wrote in message
news:FWM4o.36352$xZ2.6209@newsfe07.iad...
> On 31/07/2010 11:29 AM, possum wrote:
>> "centre of deattention"<mortonvulgan@gmail.com> wrote in
>> message
>> news:FfednUDYWOmD-M7RnZ2dnUVZ_qCdnZ2d@giganews.com...
>>> On 31/07/2010 7:35 AM, centre of deattention wrote:
>>>> in malaysia the muslims were
>>>> fasting and a girl i knew asked
>>>> me to join her and her mother
>>>> in their fasting for a period,
>>>> so i asked them why and the
>>>> mother explained it is to feel
>>>> the hunger and help sympathy
>>>> and better understanding for
>>>> those who can't eat very much.
>>>> not too silly or religious i
>>>> thought so i went along with it.
>>>> it isn't really that bad lol,
>>>> and is a relief on the pattern.
>>>> the psychological overlay...
>>>
>>> what's humorous about that
>>> society is during this month
>>> the distinctions between
>>> strict and loose muslims
>>> are extremely clear.
>>>
>>> so we have these "false"
>>> muslims in the eyes of the
>>> strict muslims who eat,
>>> take drugs, and are pretty
>>> generally disinterested in
>>> the religion their born in
>>> or only take some to heart,
>>> many though admit they are
>>> a sinner and feel a guilt.
>>>
>>> there is an arrogance that
>>> develops even in a practice
>>> that appears as innocent as
>>> connecting to the hungry.
>>>
>>> but it is less about the "false"
>>> muslims not caring for that intent
>>> as a general break of muslim rule.
>>>
>>> as messed up as that can make
>>> the strict muslims (and as much
>>> as i think their religion sux)
>>> i do wonder about the character
>>> of those who call themselves a
>>> member of a religion they aren't
>>> following the explicit rule of.
>>
>> a person has to wonder.
>>
>> possum
>>
>>
>> possum
>>
>>
>>
>
> then again the ones that are
> reallly reallllly into it are
> also ones one has to wonder
> about. they do get serious!

tell me about it!


posum



D*@.
2010-08-02 20:30:04 EST
On Sat, 31 Jul 2010 08:18:46 +0800, centre of deattention
<*n@gmail.com> wrote:

>On 31/07/2010 Goo wrote:
>> On 7/30/2010 4:35 PM, centre of deattention wrote:
>>> in malaysia the muslims were
>>> fasting and a girl i knew asked
>>> me to join her and her mother
>>> in their fasting for a period,
>>> so i asked them why and the
>>> mother explained it is to feel
>>> the hunger and help sympathy
>>> and better understanding for
>>> those who can't eat very much.
>>> not too silly or religious i
>>> thought so i went along with it.
>>> it isn't really that bad lol,
>>> and is a relief on the pattern.
>>> the psychological overlay...
>>
>> And then you exploded bombs in a crowded subway...
>>
>>
>>
>
>it was a finger sign. they overreacted.

Goo said you did it, not "they".
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