- Pope Resigns
“but to revel in someone elses pain and illness is, frankly, repulsive”
According to you perhaps, but with respect, I’d like to revel at least a little.
The degree of my revelling will be proportional to the suffering caused by the organisation he represents and leads (according to my own moral values).
That is, I will revel approximately one hundred times as much as if he was Andrew Wakefield, and half as much as if he was Thabo Mbeki (other moral benchmarks are available).
(Its a tricky one, as the church is obviously responsible for more overall unnecessary death and suffering than Mbeki, but it seems unfair to apply all of the revelling for that to just one man).Posted 6 years agodeadlydarcyMember
Your first post in the thread, so you flounced in in order to be heard flouncing out?
Perhaps he read the bile being spouted and announced that he wouldn’t be participating further. You probably should have thought a bit about what he did instead of hurrying to post a smartarse comment, while getting carried away with your excitement at the possible outing of a “flouncer”.Posted 6 years agoRusty SpannerSubscriber
jekkyl – Member
You lot are well funny, on every single thread people deviate from the thread topic to abuse, insult and correct one another. Can’t we all just get along?
Well, seeing as it’s never happened in the entire history of the human race before, I’d suggest not. 😀
Still, always nice to meet an optimist. 🙂Posted 6 years ago
Yes, this has absolutely no relevance for non-Catholics at all.
If you can get this across to the BBC then I and many like me will be eternally in your debt. there was a guy in my work retired early due to ill health last year. We got him a cake. It didn’t make the news, but then he never went around in a dress telling people who they could marry and not to be gay.Posted 6 years agophil.wMember
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