Washington, D.C., has more porn viewership per capita than any other state in the nation.

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  1. That is concerning.

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  2. Most of those men of words and positions of power live double lives and standards. The pious religious are second place.

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    • I’m not sure I understand what you are saying. How does what you just said tie to the Porn statistics?

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      • Last year or so I did a post about this. The highest porn use stats in the US clicks per capita came from states with the most religiosity. Utah and Mississippi were first place. The Bible Belt was overall king of porn clicks. Typically those most outspoken about this have the deepest closets. Same with the high profile anti gay senators foot tapping at the airport bathrooms, if you remember that. It’s interesting to me, the most pious areas have the highest porn use. Google clicks don’t lie

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      • But doesn’t this speak to what I said earlier. They are free of the burden of guilt so they partake more in behavior unbecoming.

        It’s what I was saying about that statement on your site about the “Natural Man”.

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      • How is that a positive thing? It’s actually deceiving oneself and stunting personal growth and accountability. That’s the point of grace. Delayed recompense or absolution from ones actions is not a benefit to humanity. That’s the entire Christian model. It’s a cop out, and we see it everywhere. They even get a pass from god for lying about the porn habit. To each his own, but the morality of Christianity is unaccountable to mankind when all you have to do is ask god for forgiveness, then go on your merry way.

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      • You stated — “How is that a positive thing? It’s actually deceiving oneself and stunting personal growth and accountability. ”

        My response — Who said it was positive? If you want positive then we would have to take the human condition seriously. I haven’t seen anyone do that in a long time. I don’t have the option to pretend that religion is the source of our problems, It’s just a symptom like everything else in society. We see mirrored behavior in politics, corporations, entertainment, education, etc.

        Lol The reality is that the porn statistics will be exactly the same if religion didn’t exist and we both know it. The real question is why?

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      • The results you are talking about make perfect sense in my context because that’s the actual goal of “Religion”.

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      • If that is the goal of religion, how could any honorable person support it?

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      • I’m not aware of honorable people. Can you give me an example so I can review?

        I know people do things for money, fame, power, freedom, equality, food, but show me honor so I can get a better understanding of what you are talking about.

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      • Are you an honorable person Jim? Are any of us truly honorable?

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      • Maybe you have a problem with your core? Christian self deprecation is also a problem. See, you have the power to live a good and honorable life but choose to hide behind Jesus. Yes I am honorable. I have no secrets. I have no guile nor hold any malice for any person. I am honest in my dealings and live simply. I teach my children the varieties in life and let them come to their own conclusions. My family is active in community and volunteer efforts, and I’m a a steward of my natural surroundings. I love my wife and am forever faithful to her. I’m also helping foster a couple of children and do the best I can for them. Yes, I live an honorable life. If your ever in town come by for lunch. We love our visitors as well.

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      • You sound like a decent person. I know many fellow Christians with the same description so it would seem all sides have decent people.

        Religion may not be a big factor in who they are then. It would seem that some people simply are who they are regardless of labels.

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      • I agree. Christianity produces facades. The good would be good either way, the bad have Jesus and piety to hide behind, creating generations of deceivers.

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      • Politics creates generations of deceivers; bad families create generation of deceivers.

        The human condition exceeds the scope of religion and until we admit it we will simply continue to repeat our mistakes.

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      • 1000 years of religious domination and still no bliss. Your doctrine was supposed to fix things, but has only made things worse. Either Jesus knew these things or he didn’t. If so, shame on him, if not, god was tricked by the customs of the day. Some moral value, huh?

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      • 2000 Years of laws and governments we were supposed to have made a better world.

        This line of reasoning is not going to solve the problem but it will make for a good debate.

        But to address your point, I don’t see anything in the Bible that says “It’s going to fix things”, can you show me what you are referring to?

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      • Sounds like you like to talk about yourself an awful lot Jim. If your actions were virtuous, you could be mute and others might follow you.

        Give it a shot, don’t speak, just act.

        Besides, what do you truly control?

        What do you truly know?

        Arrogance is the first sign of ignorance.

        On another note, I think my comment on your Blog, Jim, might’ve gone to spam.

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      • Being open about yourself is not a bad thing. Ask anyone that knows me. I’m an open book. And as far as talking about myself…you asked. If you don’t want an answer maybe you could refrain? I blog about my experiences and the things I observe. I also enjoy bottomless coffee. Probably too much, but, my blood pressure is good for now. Is that your real name?

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      • I have to admit I like both of your blogs LOL.

        You both make me think more about everything.

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      • It’s my blogging name. I just asked if you were virtuous? Not what you think is virtuous.

        How do you know what you are doing is virtuous?

        Are you always virtuous, even when no one is looking?

        God’s grace is the only thing that saves. Many think it is their words or what they perceive as good actions, is what will save them. In the end, none of us have control over anything, the only saving grace that is presented is the Grace of God.

        One does not love their children for what they do, they love their children because they are their children.

        We all have our own criteria that must be met before we can believe anything. To each their own and in their own time.

        Do not judge God for the actions of man. Just because someone carries a Bible does not make them beyond reproach. We are all corruptible and we are all fallible. From the day we are born until the day we die, all of us sinners, all of us guilty.

        Just because someone believes in God doesn’t mean they are without sin, just because someone acts from time to time as virtuous doesn’t mean their soul is virtuous.

        From what I understand, in the eyes of God, sin is sin, nothing less and nothing more.

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  3. Awesome stats, feminism kills relationships. Feminism is cancer!

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