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#52 Apr 11 2012 at 4:31 PM Rating: Excellent
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Um... Wow. Please tell me you didn't actually think that was a quote from Santorum?


Does it matter? You are still going to type a long winded response that will be very loosely based in reality. Regardless of the article being satire the religious nut finally dropped out of the race.
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#53 Apr 11 2012 at 5:01 PM Rating: Good
Seriously. It's not like Santorum is smart enough to realize that Jesus was a communist.
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Seriously. It's not like Santorum is smart enough to realize that Jesus was a communist.


I must have missed the part in the bible where Jesus tells everyone to form a centralized authoritarian government which should take all the possessions from everyone and then redistribute it back to everyone based on what it thinks they need. I mean, I get the need some people have for massively over simplified rhetoric, but this one doesn't even begin to make sense.

It's kinda hard to give to those in need and help your neighbor if you don't have anything to give nor the means to help.
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Seriously. It's not like Santorum is smart enough to realize that Jesus was a communist.


I must have missed the part in the bible where Jesus tells everyone to form a centralized authoritarian government which should take all the possessions from everyone and then redistribute it back to everyone based on what it thinks they need. I mean, I get the need some people have for massively over simplified rhetoric, but this one doesn't even begin to make sense.

It's kinda hard to give to those in need and help your neighbor if you don't have anything to give nor the means to help.


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Oh, is it that time of the year? Guess we'll be having the "Soviet Russia wasn't communist" debate again.
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I must have missed the part in the bible where Jesus tells everyone to form a centralized authoritarian government which should take all the possessions from everyone and then redistribute it back to everyone based on what it thinks they need.
It's actually in the part on the inside. Might help to start there.
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Jesus answered, "If you want to be perfect, go, sell your possessions and give to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven. Then come, follow me."
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I must have missed the part in the bible where Jesus tells everyone to form a centralized authoritarian government which should take all the possessions from everyone and then redistribute it back to everyone based on what it thinks they need.
It's actually in the part on the inside. Might help to start there.

Even the crossed out section would be the 1st century Church as described in Acts. Granted, it was voluntary in that you weren't forced to be part of the church. But the doctrine that your possessions ultimately belong to God and, by extension, the church for their use is hardly new or innovative.
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#60 Apr 12 2012 at 9:00 AM Rating: Good
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First through third, really.

And again with the various Penitence movements around the turn of the millennium (and for some time after). The original operation of the Franciscan order was essentially communist.
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In before "I'm more an Old Testament kind of guy."
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In before inane argument about similarities and differences between religion and government.
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First through third, really.

Historically fair enough except that the Bible ends before the 2nd & 3rd century churches Smiley: grin
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
First through third, really.

Historically fair enough except that the Bible ends before the 2nd & 3rd century churches Smiley: grin


Ah true, I completely missed the Acts part.
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Pretty much any monastery or convent for the last two thousand years revolved around living as a commune. The idea was that by ridding oneself of material possessions, one could be closer to God. If you wanted to live a bachelor life, you were supposed to do this. If you didn't take holy orders, you were supposed to get married, and instead of giving your stuff away and being poor, you would devote your resources to your children.

Unfortunately, within the Catholic church they just declared all their riches God's property and used it anyway. The monks survived on gruel and wore homespun robes, while the cardinals glutted themselves on all the finer things in life.

Funny old thing, how almost everyone forgot what Jesus said almost immediately after he died.
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Well, it goes deeper than that. The Benedictine Order, for instance, agreed with the notion of personal poverty as being commendable. But they didn't extend that to the actual communal property as well. So Benedictine monasteries were full of "poor" monks who lived in monasteries that were extremely wealthy, and had *relatively luxurious lives.

*Relative to the common man, and some other orders such as Franciscans.

The Benedictine Rule was still something they were expected to live by, of course, but they added exceptions to it fairly rapidly, though in small steps. It banned the consumption of alcohol, for instance, but pretty much every monastery would have been serving it by the thirteenth century.

I don't say this to degrade the order--the rule was very strict in general. Only to point out that personal property and communal property can mean essentially the same thing, if the community is kept small.

Which, of course, led to some of the most extreme heretical movements of the early millennium (those that called for true communal poverty as well), which the church very quickly denounced as heretical.

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To clarify, monks generally speaking lived confortably across orders (they didn't starve, though quality of food and the monastery was variable).

Priests, however, often came from the laity, and were quite often poor.

Edited, Apr 12th 2012 1:18pm by idiggory
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
The Benedictine Rule was still something they were expected to live by, of course, but they added exceptions to it fairly rapidly, though in small steps. It banned the consumption of alcohol, for instance, but pretty much every monastery would have been serving it by the thirteenth century.
And I, for one, am thankful for that.
Who knows what the landscape of beer would look like if those Belgian monks hadn't invented so many great beers.
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
The Benedictine Rule was still something they were expected to live by, of course, but they added exceptions to it fairly rapidly, though in small steps. It banned the consumption of alcohol, for instance, but pretty much every monastery would have been serving it by the thirteenth century.
And I, for one, am thankful for that.
Who knows what the landscape of beer would look like if those Belgian monks hadn't invented so many great beers.


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His Excellency Aethien wrote:
idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
The Benedictine Rule was still something they were expected to live by, of course, but they added exceptions to it fairly rapidly, though in small steps. It banned the consumption of alcohol, for instance, but pretty much every monastery would have been serving it by the thirteenth century.
And I, for one, am thankful for that.
Who knows what the landscape of beer would look like if those Belgian monks hadn't invented so many great beers.


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His Excellency Aethien wrote:
idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
The Benedictine Rule was still something they were expected to live by, of course, but they added exceptions to it fairly rapidly, though in small steps. It banned the consumption of alcohol, for instance, but pretty much every monastery would have been serving it by the thirteenth century.
And I, for one, am thankful for that.
Who knows what the landscape of beer would look like if those Belgian monks hadn't invented so many great beers.


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I keep seeing commercials for Budweiser Platinum, and I'm confused because I thought that was an April Fool's joke.
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I keep seeing commercials for Budweiser Platinum, and I'm confused because I thought that was an April Fool's joke.


Can't filter something out of your water? It's cheaper just to re-brand your product. Smiley: nod
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I keep seeing commercials for Budweiser Platinum, and I'm confused because I thought that was an April Fool's joke.
No no, Bud Light Platinum is a real game changer*. With it's mean 6% ABV it'll surely be able to tempt those beer drinkers who like those high ABV Imperial Stouts, Double IPA's and Barleywines.





*Actual quote by AB InBev's North American head honcho, 1.8% more ABV and no real difference in taste from standard Bud Light is a serious attempt to win back the marketshare lost to craft brewers.
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Platinum, because it sounds classy as ****.
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Platinum, because it sounds classy as @#%^.


Don't hate, it's all neon blue and ****.

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No no, Bud Light Platinum is a real game changer*. With it's mean 6% ABV it'll surely be able to tempt those beer drinkers who like those high ABV Imperial Stouts, Double IPA's and Barleywines.


Was that who it's supposed to be marketed at? I thought that was what their "American Ale" was supposed to do (and did horribly, in that regard). I thought this one was aimed more at the club scene. What with the such-an-obvious-marketing-move-its-insulting "Platinum" name, the neon blue bottle, etc.
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I don't think it's directly targeted at the craft drinkers as the name Bud Light has such a foul taste to it already that few will go near it but I do think it's sort of hopping on the bandwagon of the higher ABV trend.

They already bought Goose Island for the craft beer drinkers. Well that and threatening distributors to push craft beers off the shelves and stay loyal to AB-InBev.
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#77 Apr 12 2012 at 4:40 PM Rating: Good
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Beer.

Yuck.
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Beer.

Yuck.


I agree Nadenu. If wine is the blood of Christ then beer is the ****.
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Stuff like the aforementioned Bud Light is ****, I'll give you that.

A good craft beer however... jummy!
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I'd kill each and every one of you for a can of Kilkenny.
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I'd kill each and every one of you for a can of Kilkenny.


You'd kill us for a PBR, so that's not saying much.
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You're confusing me with someone else.
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I'd kill each and every one of you for a can of Kilkenny.
Ha ha, you need a reason.
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You're confusing me with someone else.


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I'd kill each and every one of you for a can of Kilkenny.
Ha ha, you need a reason.


Ha, apparently true.
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I'd kill each and every one of you for a can of Kilkenny.
Ha ha, you need a reason.
Well, yea. I'm not and never have claimed to be, a sociopath.
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I'd kill each and every one of you for a can of Kilkenny.
Ha ha, you need a reason.
Well, yea. I'm not and never have claimed to be, a sociopath.


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Motive. I'd have a motive. That makes everything OK.
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Why do you want a motive? I thought you did less time if it's spur-of-the-moment crazy rather than premeditated.
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Being a sociopath just means it's easier to pull a trigger during the zombie apocalypse when you see a turned friend, neighbor, or loved one. Smiley: schooled
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Uglysasquatch wrote:
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I'd kill each and every one of you for a can of Kilkenny.
Ha ha, you need a reason.
Well, yea. I'm not and never have claimed to be, a sociopath.
I thought everyone here was a sociopath?

Also, it may be kind of hard to get but Three Floyd's Brian Boru is out now, same style as Kilkenny but by one of the best breweries in the world. If you happen to go near Chicago in the near future it shouldn't be too hard to find.

Edited, Apr 13th 2012 8:21pm by Aethien
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Last night I sampled 10 barrel aged porters and stouts and other things at a local bar. Surprisingly the most fantastic stuff I had was a "chili mead" which was.. well, mead, that turned into fire in your mouth after a short time. Amaaaaazing.

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I bet everyone is going to roll zombies. I guess I'll have to roll a human in order to help with server balance between the factions.
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Last night I sampled 10 barrel aged porters and stouts and other things at a local bar. Surprisingly the most fantastic stuff I had was a "chili mead" which was.. well, mead, that turned into fire in your mouth after a short time. Amaaaaazing.
Which barrel aged beers did you have? I'm a big fan of barrel/oak aged beers, stouts specifically. De Struise Brouwers' Cuvee Delphine is the best stout I've ever had. Jummy russian imperial stout aged in old 4 roses barrels Smiley: inlove
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From their website:

Founders Cumudgeon's Better Half Old Ale 11.9% 8oz Maple Syrup & Bourbon
Stone 2008 Imperial Russian Stout 11.5% 8oz Heaven Hill Bourbon
Terrapin Monks Revenge Belgian Style IPA 9.8% 12oz Red Wine
Oskar Blues Gordon Imperial Red Ale 8.7% 8oz Boulder Creek Pinot Noir
Lost Abbey Deliverance Serpent's Stout & Angel's Share 12.5% 8oz Heaven Hill Bourbon & Brandy
IQhilika African Birds Eye Chili Mead 12% 6oz Thelema Valley Grenache
He'Brew Vertical Jewbelation 8-14 10.5% 10oz Sazerac Rye

Also
Cigar City Big Sound Scotch in Merlot (saw these being made back in December, SO excited they sent a keg to Aromas.)
Cigar City White Oak Aged Jai Alai

There was a 10th but it was only a 5.2% porter and I can't remember the name.

Most of these were the micros of the micros. Aromas maintains good relationships with the best breweries in the country and so they get 10 barrel experimental batches that will never otherwise be served outside of the tasting room of the brewery. Lucky me Smiley: boozing

Edit: And yes, I had all ten.. They had 3oz pours for three dollars a pop. I started at #1 and worked my way down the list, although I swapped out the mead and the he'brew so I could have the mead as my final drink of the night along with some mocha mousse cheesecake.

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I'd love to try some The Lost Abbey beers, sadly they're something like €20-30 per bottle over here (At the one place I can get them) Smiley: frown
Some pretty good looking other beers in there as well.
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Actually, the Lost Abbey was not a favorite among my group last night. Too sweet. Pure Angel's Share is like liquid fruitcake. The favorite by far was the Founder's Curmudgeon Better Half.
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I'm mostly interested in the sours they make, I love me a good sour beer.
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Great, a binge-prone zombie. Just what we need.
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A tubby zombie would probably be easier to outrun, and a much larger target.
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