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August 02, 2015, 08:45:21 PM
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I view some of the ideals in Christianity wrong, but that doesn't mean he's automatically a Christian due to a hate crime. There's other religions with similar ideals.
It's South Florida, that's how I know. Also, there's this:

"The 25-year-old victim said the child chased her down the street shortly after midnight in the area of Church Street and Rio Grande Avenue, which is near the Citrus Bowl, while firing shots and yelling threats and homophobic slurs at her, investigators said. Seven shots were fired. The boy lives with his grandmother, Josephine Felder"

Florida religious breakdown:

Christian:
Protestant, 40%
Roman Catholic, 26%
Baptist, 9%
Methodist, 6%
Pentecostal, 3%
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Non-christian:
Jewish, 3%
other religions, 3%
non-religious, 16%

Oh no! This incident happened in the vicinity of Church street! Yep, that settles it. The kid was definitely a Christian. Roll Eyes That's a stretch even for your hate-filled self.

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August 02, 2015, 08:53:59 PM
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I view some of the ideals in Christianity wrong, but that doesn't mean he's automatically a Christian due to a hate crime. There's other religions with similar ideals.
It's South Florida, that's how I know. Also, there's this:

"The 25-year-old victim said the child chased her down the street shortly after midnight in the area of Church Street and Rio Grande Avenue, which is near the Citrus Bowl, while firing shots and yelling threats and homophobic slurs at her, investigators said. Seven shots were fired. The boy lives with his grandmother, Josephine Felder"

Florida religious breakdown:

Christian:
Protestant, 40%
Roman Catholic, 26%
Baptist, 9%
Methodist, 6%
Pentecostal, 3%
---------
Non-christian:
Jewish, 3%
other religions, 3%
non-religious, 16%

Oh no! This incident happened in the vicinity of Church street! Yep, that settles it. The kid was definitely a Christian. Roll Eyes That's a stretch even for your hate-filled self.
-84% christian state
-Boy lives with grandmother
-Elderly people are far more religious than younger americans
-Shouting homophobic slurs

Yeah, the evidence for Christian hate-crime sure is weak here.  Roll Eyes

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August 02, 2015, 09:05:27 PM
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I view some of the ideals in Christianity wrong, but that doesn't mean he's automatically a Christian due to a hate crime. There's other religions with similar ideals.
It's South Florida, that's how I know. Also, there's this:

"The 25-year-old victim said the child chased her down the street shortly after midnight in the area of Church Street and Rio Grande Avenue, which is near the Citrus Bowl, while firing shots and yelling threats and homophobic slurs at her, investigators said. Seven shots were fired. The boy lives with his grandmother, Josephine Felder"

Florida religious breakdown:

Christian:
Protestant, 40%
Roman Catholic, 26%
Baptist, 9%
Methodist, 6%
Pentecostal, 3%
---------
Non-christian:
Jewish, 3%
other religions, 3%
non-religious, 16%

Oh no! This incident happened in the vicinity of Church street! Yep, that settles it. The kid was definitely a Christian. Roll Eyes That's a stretch even for your hate-filled self.
-84% christian state
-Boy lives with grandmother
-Elderly people are far more religious than younger americans
-Shouting homophobic slurs

Yeah, the evidence for Christian hate-crime sure is weak here.  Roll Eyes

You really don't make yourself look good here, you know? Judging a person by what you assume is their religion...

I mean it's stupid the kid shot at the person, but you're ready to hate on him because of his religion (that you assume he is) when you don't know he isn't atheist. You would hate it if someone discriminated against a transgender or homosexual because they assumed something about them based on that or stats alone. Now, tell me, how are you not a hypocrite?
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August 02, 2015, 10:30:20 PM
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-84% christian state
-Boy lives with grandmother
-Elderly people are far more religious than younger americans
-Shouting homophobic slurs

Yeah, the evidence for Christian hate-crime sure is weak here.  Roll Eyes

Yep. The assumption is strong with this one. Even if your stats are correct (and you might want to double check your math there because all of those percentages add up to 106%) then that still leaves plenty of room for this kid to not be a Christian. And I shudder to think that the kid could possibly even be an atheist! But I guess only in your narrow, hate-filled mind that atheists just aren't capable of such a thing.

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August 02, 2015, 10:48:39 PM
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there is no reason to shoot at someone for simply living their fucking lives. I just don't understand how people can be so hateful about things that do not affect them in the slightest.

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August 02, 2015, 11:47:31 PM
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Blame the boy's upbringing. He must have grown up around a lot of very hateful people and learned that spiteful behavior from them.

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August 03, 2015, 12:24:39 AM
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"Gun control" works, while armed LGBTQs don't get bashed.

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August 03, 2015, 01:43:54 AM
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Yep. The assumption is strong with this one. Even if your stats are correct (...) then that still leaves plenty of room for this kid to not be a Christian.
I know he's a christian because he's an ignorant violent LGBTQ-hating fucktard from redneck-ass hyper-christian south Florida.

Anyone familiar with Florida knows the same.

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August 03, 2015, 03:25:59 AM
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Yep. The assumption is strong with this one. Even if your stats are correct (...) then that still leaves plenty of room for this kid to not be a Christian.
I know he's a christian because he's an ignorant violent LGBTQ-hating fucktard from redneck-ass hyper-christian south Florida.

Anyone familiar with Florida knows the same.

Nice to know, the hypocrisy is still strong in you.
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August 03, 2015, 03:13:01 PM
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Florida religious breakdown:

Christian:
Protestant, 40%
Roman Catholic, 26%
Baptist, 9%
Methodist, 6%
Pentecostal, 3%
---------
Non-christian:
Jewish, 3%
other religions, 3%
non-religious, 16%

And how many of these are practicing Christians? With the exception of a few states (such as Utah and Idaho), the vast majority of the American population is either non-religious, or non-practicing. These people might identify themselves as Christian. But that doesn't mean that they are church going (i.e practicing) Christians.

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August 03, 2015, 06:56:42 PM
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Yep. The assumption is strong with this one. Even if your stats are correct (...) then that still leaves plenty of room for this kid to not be a Christian.
I know he's a christian because he's an ignorant violent LGBTQ-hating fucktard from redneck-ass hyper-christian south Florida.

Anyone familiar with Florida knows the same.

Whatever helps you sleep at night buddy. Stay classy, hate-monger.

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August 04, 2015, 01:04:59 AM
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this is absolutely inconceivable . I hope the shooter faces the justice he deserves. These hate crimes need to stop.
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