Jan 072014
 

Question by : Would you agree that the world has gone mad?
The world has gone mad.

The people of the world today are living their lives as if God doesn’t exist (even if they claim to believe in God). Morality has become subjective and is no longer objective. Following your conscience has become the ultimate authority. Atheism has taken over most governments due to separation of Church and State. Science has become the new god, teaching that we are nothing but animals and that life and existence happened by accident. Churchmen are making a mockery of God with the New Mass and true Catholics are persecuted. Women are given the “right” to murder their own children. Marriage is no longer considered a sacred and religious institution. Divorce and remarriage has become socially and morally acceptable, which has resulted in tearing apart families, thus breaking down the the social structure of society.

No human quality or attribute would be able to fix the mess that the world is in today. The only way to fix the immoral mess that the world is in would have to be a divine chastisement … a chastisement far more severe than the Flood, which has been prophesied by many saints and mystics throughout the past centuries.
@ Zaphod_Beeblebrox

“Morality is subjective. It never has been objective.”

Your statement here is a contradiction within itself. You actually do believe that morality is objective. You are essentially stating that the objective morality is that it is subjective.

Morality has always been objective.

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Answer by Shaddrick
I dont believe in god either ^_^

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Dec 112013
 

Question by Charles: Have You Ever Gone to a Parallel Universe?
Cutting edge science called quantum physics or quantum mechanics claims mathematical proof that alternate universes exist, and perhaps of infinite numbers. These alternative universes are similar to our own and may even exist in between our own space/time. Some part of this theory says that decisions in one universe have an opposite partner in another universe. OK, let us accept the general idea of alternative, parallel universes for my question purposes, at least.

Have you ever felt you had changed universes? How do you come to this conclusion? What evidence do you have to support your idea?

Recently, I put my hand on my forehead in a typical repetitive gesture I just do often. I immediately felt a bump there where there was none the night before. I had not hit my head, but this new bump felt like an old injury nearly healed. Point is, I had never felt that before and everyone knows that experience of suddenly feeling something definitely different. Then, I noticed some other things that were SLIGHTLY different from the days before. I think my consciousness somehow has appeared in my slightly different body in another universe.

Please, do not try to be funny; actually be funny or give a thoughtful answer. Thanks.

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Answer by ranger_co_1_75
Yes, frequently I slip into an alternative universe. I place my keys on the entry way table and when I go to look for them, they are on the vanity in the bathroom because I slipped into an alternative universe. I look in the fridge and there is plenty of cheese or bread. I go to make a sandwich and I am out of cheese and bread because I slipped into an alternative universe.

It number of times I slip into an alternative universe seems to be tied to my age. The older I get, the more times I slip into another universe.

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Oct 052012
 

Question by AmericanPsycho: Is the “art” of making movie trailers gone?
Many movie trailers today give away too much of the plot. This angers most people. Movie trailers (especially more mystery movies should leave lots of ambiguity) Are the movie trailer makers of today’s world not as savy as the ones of day’s old?

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Answer by thuglife
actually a lot of directors can make a great trailer, but bad movies…case in point: Eli Roth. check out his “Thanksgiving” trailer in grindhouse.

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Sep 012011
 

Question by Help me 911: What novel is Mystic River and Gone Baby Gone based on?
What book by Dennis Lehane? I’m talking about the original book. I know Dennis Lehane has Mystic River and Gone Baby Gone as books, but those came out with the movie. So what was the original novel these movies were based off of?

Thanks guys.

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Answer by alz2222
Gone Baby Gone is a 2007 American crime drama/mystery film directed by Ben Affleck. The screenplay by Affleck and Aaron Stockard is based on the novel of the same name by Dennis Lehane, author of Mystic River. wikipedia. The books and movies share the same name

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Jun 202011
 

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Mar 142011
 

Question by Help me 911: What novel is Mystic River and Gone Baby Gone based on?
What book by Dennis Lehane? I’m talking about the original book. I know Dennis Lehane has Mystic River and Gone Baby Gone as books, but those came out with the movie. So what was the original novel these movies were based off of?

Thanks guys.

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Answer by ♥absent♥ ♥farmer♥ (¯`v´¯)
Dennis Lehane was born and raised in Dorchester, Massachusetts. He has written eight novels, A Drink Before the War; Darkness, Take My Hand; Sacred; Gone, Baby, Gone; Prayers for Rain; Mystic River; Shutter Island; and The Given Day.

Mystic River was a finalist for the PEN/Winship Award, and it won both the Anthony Award and the Barry Award for Best Novel as well as the Massachusetts Book Award in Fiction given by the Massachusetts Center for the Book.

Before becoming a full-time writer, Lehane worked as a counselor with mentally handicapped and abused children, waited tables, parked cars, drove limos, worked in bookstores, and loaded tractor-trailers. His one regret is that no one ever gave him a chance to tend bar. He lives in the Boston, Massachusetts, area.

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