i went to a party and put 3 whole loaves of sliced bread all around the house i put bread under the kid’s pillow and in all 3 of his bathrooms, in his rugby shorts and the breast pocket of his school shirt, on his roof and his neighbor’s roof, in his couch and on his tv i’m laughing so hard he’s going to wake up hungover tomorrow and be like why the fuck is there bread everywhere
i’m pissing myself
This shits just ridiculous. Probably the worst torture in the history of torture.
SAND FLOOR ROOM
So basically it’s a torture device, where a person is put into a room with slow moving sand-paper at the bottom. There is no way out.
The person has to walk forward to keep from getting send to the corner and scraped.
Eventually after days of walking, the person will get tired and won’t be able to anymore.
What happens next, is pretty gruesome and self-explanatory.
I´m a writer I whisper as I secretly find this extremely fascinating
holy shit that’s horrific
I think the only point in time in life where these would be life saving…..
It got better
Someone brought to my attention last night that the Islam rant I penned seemed hypocritical because I didn’t discuss Christianity, and they were entirely right.
I started to write a Christian version, but then I got distracted by the Crusades, and I basically ended up doing three hours of research on the extremely violent death of Emperor Andronicus I Comnenus. So that was a thing.
And then tonight, someone asked me why I was stereotyping Muslims after I posted another thing, and this was my response. I feel it properly sums up both my statement about the ugly background of Christianity as well as why I don’t feel I am stereotyping anyone.
When it comes to Islam itself, it’s got a nasty history, as does Christianity. Please don’t think I’m taking sides, because I’m actually not even religious. In fact, I’m an Atheist who devotes too much time studying organized religion and not enough time sleeping. So that’s a thing, and I’d appreciate if you please bear with me, as my words might get rough before my point is made clear.
What people do in the name of religion (and the holy books themselves) ranges from charity to genocide, and it’s all about how the perceiver sees the words of their God.
The Quran itself was written hundreds of years ago, and was penned in a time where it was easier to settle a disagreement by slaughtering, raping, and enslaving an entire people than it was to agree to disagree. The Bible was written under the same conditions, and both books have beauty tainted by ugliness.
To be very frank, Muhammad was a violent, hypocritical pedophile who preached religious tolerance, but condoned brutality (rape, slaughter, and slavery) against those unbelieving of Allah and his teachings. He began having sex with Aisha when she was nine years old, and allowed his men to do the same with young girls if they liked, as long as they waited three months to be sure the girl wasn’t pregnant before divorcing her (65:4).
Even on ten hands, I could not list all the men who condoned or demanded such treatment in the name of the Christian religion, nor can I the religion of Islam. Sick, and cruel people in seats of power do terrible things in the name of religion and peace. The Crusades, the Spanish Inquisition, the forced conversions of millions (by both religions), the Siege of Constantinople in 1453, the brutal conquests in the name of God/Allah/the Church, etc. are all brutal bloodstains in history books that date back to religion and those that interpreted the words of their God. All that said, these horrors were carried out because someone read into the ugly side of their holy book, and this continues today.
Personally, I think the Bible and the Quran are better off as stories than as books to be taken seriously, but again, this is just my opinion, and I don’t mean to offend [anyone] by it. It’s just how I see it.
There are good people who read those books, and there are bad. The bad ones speak the loudest (which is why people think the Westboro Baptist Church is so much larger than it actually is) and are more inclined to push and fight for their way to be seen as “THE” way.
What I’m trying to say is that I’m not discriminating against you or stereotyping you for your ethnicity or faith. A religion is a religion, and people are people. You are not your religion. You are your own person with your own interpretation of the holy word, and from there, it’s up to you to define how others see you. If you’re kind and charitable, chances are I’m not going to label you as a radical Islamist. If you go around screaming that all the world should face forced conversions to Islam or die, well, that’s a bit of an issue.
Honestly, I don’t agree with a lot that your religion states, but I’m not going to hold that against you unless you start forcing your views upon me. That’s how I see it. You’re free to believe as you want, as long as you don’t infringe upon my natural rights to life, liberty, property, and the pursuit of happiness.