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Debate in English (英語で討論)

1 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2005/07/11(月) 19:27:27
Let's debate on it.

265 :Urban Predator:2005/07/15(金) 06:56:27
>>257
I'm on the neutral ground.

I am no expert on English education so I can't say what is best for children concerning English education.
But I can say that the most important thing is not how early we give children English education,
but how we motivate them to learn the language.

266 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2005/07/15(金) 10:01:23
>>264
>because you want to get language skill.
As long as ONLY language skills go, I wouldn't, either.But language is one reason.
Some people love to hang out with foreiners, Why is Becky half English? It's because
her mother love his father (of course, he's English). Language is not a goal.



267 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2005/07/15(金) 19:08:21
I'd be happy to get married to Britney, though.

268 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2005/07/16(土) 08:08:47
Let's get back to the subject.

I am going to be on the negative side.

I think earlier English education is not necessary.
As >>263 said, the early education would have an advantage of making children
familiar with English pronunciation. But, pronunciation is no more than an aspect
of the English language.

What you should be concerned about is what you present in English, not how you
speak English nor even who you get married with. We already have a lot of things
which we want our children to tell foreigners, such as Japanese technologies, history,
philosophy, artistic sense and you name it.
What do you want your children to tell foreigners in English?

269 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2005/07/17(日) 01:01:29
Let all school boys & girls stay abroad for 1year. Make it compulsory.
then they can have good experience in short term. Cost by tax.

p.s. I don't understand 268's "negative side" well.

270 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2005/07/18(月) 02:59:27
>>269 Wow. That's a novel idea. They would have good experience, surely.
But, I don't understand why it should be "compulsory."
What do you think good experience is, more specifically?

271 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2005/07/21(木) 18:47:29
The 3rd Proposition:
Smoking in public should be prohibited by law.

State which side (pro or con) you stand and make your argument.

272 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2005/07/21(木) 19:58:42
>>271
Okay. I'll take the con-side,
though it looks like my choice is wrong, because it has too weak a ground.


Smoking in public shouldn't be prohibited by law.

Smoking is one of the many habits or tastes which have been accepted in a lot of societies
for a very long time.
This fact makes smoking part of the culture which has allowed its members to do it.
Not only has it taken root in everyday life of ordinary people, but it has also been depicted
in a lot of pictures, novels and movies.
Prohibiting smoking in public by law will destroy such part of our culture.

Second, if we think it wrong and decide to prohibit it, what effect will the prohibition bring about?
See the famous Prohibition enacted and enforced in the United States in the 1920s.
The prohibition of smoking in public will have the same effect and cause some serious crimes,
perhaps even the rise of new maffia, which will make our life so dangerous and vulnerable.

Considering those grounds mentioned above, the prohibition of smoking in public is the wrong way.

273 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2005/07/21(木) 23:02:53
>>272
> Smoking is one of the many habits or tastes which have been accepted in a lot of societies
> for a very long time.
> This fact makes smoking part of the culture which has allowed its members to do it.
> Not only has it taken root in everyday life of ordinary people, but it has also been depicted
> in a lot of pictures, novels and movies.
> Prohibiting smoking in public by law will destroy such part of our culture.

And what's wrong with that? What exactly harm will it cause?

> Second, if we think it wrong and decide to prohibit it, what effect will the prohibition bring about?
> See the famous Prohibition enacted and enforced in the United States in the 1920s.
> The prohibition of smoking in public will have the same effect and cause some serious crimes,
> perhaps even the rise of new maffia, which will make our life so dangerous and vulnerable.

I don't understand why ban on public smoking make people commit crimes.

We are not talking about total ban on tabacco.
You just can't smoke in restraunts but you can where smoking is allowed.
You know, more and more restraunts, office and public places are already prohibitting ban on tabacco.
I've never heard such measures are increasing crimes.
Did your office mate go mad and start to murder people only because your office started to ban public smoking?

274 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2005/07/21(木) 23:08:22
> You know, more and more restraunts, office and public places are already prohibitting ban on tabacco.
You know, more and more restraunts, office and public places are already banning public smoking.

The new law will only increase the number of such places.

275 :スックマペニス:2005/08/13(土) 18:58:17
You guys are fucking idiots. Go commit group suicide while jacking each other off, you suicidal faggots.

276 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2005/09/24(土) 15:07:36
I agree with myself.

277 :koji:2005/09/24(土) 15:15:27
As he said before, koji doesn't like to argue with those mates who
learn English, because he want them to calm down and have a chat with him
cheerfully. As for him, he keeps his peace of mind whatever happens such as
a big earthquake or tidal wave, though he has never experieced either.
Anyway, koji is kind because a chinese girlfriend of him talked him into doing
what he can to help others.

278 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2005/09/24(土) 15:16:11
But second-hand smoke is harmful to the people who breathe it -
even more so than to the actual person smoking. People die from
second-hand smoke.

You wouldn't allow someone to go around giving little bits of
poison to innocent bystanders, would you? It's the same thing.
So, smoking in public should indeed be banned.

279 :koji:2005/09/24(土) 15:22:43
koji askes you to never say a derogatory word.
Sure, people die when they get older but koji thinks it's not
escapable. koji's girlfried was from china and as you know, more
chinese people love to smoke than Japanese do. But he doesn't want
his girlfriend die. He would feel very sad if she were not alive.
koji is kind because of her. If he can see her nowhere in the world,
he would lose himself and get at all of you.

280 :koji:2005/09/24(土) 15:28:36
koji wanted to shout at the one who got 1000 in another thread,
but he calmed himself down. he remembered he was so good and nice
as not to bad-mouth anyone he meets online.

281 :koji:2005/09/24(土) 15:34:11
koji has to speak his mind. he said he was very nice and good-natured.
But when it comes to Yukorin, he would be beside himself and become really very
hot and utter some bad words. So remember: koji is kind to anyone except when
they are talking about Yukorin behind her back. You can believe me.

282 :koji:2005/09/24(土) 15:39:17
I have a topic to offer you to discuss.
Idols should smoke or mustn't smoke?

koji thought for several whiles that if Yukorin smoke he would stand
for idols who smoke, but if not, he would change his opinion.
So koji has no idea. Do you think idols shouldn't smoke?

283 :koji:2005/09/24(土) 15:41:39
┣¨┣¨┣¨┣¨┣¨┣¨┣¨┣¨ ┣¨┣¨┣¨

284 :koji:2005/09/24(土) 15:49:51
koji felt lucky when he meet another koji and he too seemed very kind and
amusing. koji wants Yukorin's fans to get together, talk about her, and have fun.
It's the paradise of her fans. he likes lots of koji to come along.

285 :koji:2005/09/24(土) 15:59:57
How kind of him, koji! how kind of him!
If there're many kojis in the English board, he can enjoy talking
with himself, though. Don't pretend you're not koji! They'd love to
see you here, koji.

286 :koji:2005/09/24(土) 16:41:47
Kindness is koji's middle name!

287 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2005/09/24(土) 17:08:23
Do you approve of female emperor

288 :koji:2005/09/24(土) 17:14:52
Yes, indeed. koji is very supportive of Yukorin.
So if she becomes Japanese emperor, koji will be pleased.

289 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2005/09/24(土) 17:21:29
No...not Yukorin.
I hope that Aiko would succeed emperor and find a better future
for every Japanese.

290 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2005/10/25(火) 03:07:21
The 4th Proposition:
High school students (and students in lower grades) should not own cellular phone.

State which side (pro or con) you stand and make your argument.

291 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2005/10/25(火) 03:41:10
I take the con side.

High school or lower grade students can have their cellular phone.
First, cellular phones has broaden children's ways of communications.
Not only do they remove the limitations of conventional ways of communications
in terms of time and space, but they have helped create new usage of written language.

Second, cellular phones help children and their parents to locate each other whenever or wherever
they are, which assures parents of their children's safety.

Although the time and money spent using cellular phones on "wasteful" game playing and
"meaningless" emailing are immense, the advantages mentioned above cannot be underestimated.





292 :フアリク:2005/10/25(火) 08:20:50
Start to learn English language in pre-school is the best way.

293 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2005/10/25(火) 20:01:57
>>291
I shall make rebuttals on your argument:

> First, cellular phones has broaden children's ways of communications.
This merely points out that mobile phones provided new means of communication.
It must be noted that mobile phones have driven away the conventional ways of communication at the same time.

> Not only do they remove the limitations of conventional ways of communications
> in terms of time and space, but they have helped create new usage of written language.
In a bad way, yes.

> Second, cellular phones help children and their parents to locate each other whenever or wherever
> they are, which assures parents of their children's safety.
This is just a trivial advantage hardly merits the cost and other sacrifices.

> Although the time and money spent using cellular phones on "wasteful" game playing and
> "meaningless" emailing are immense, the advantages mentioned above cannot be underestimated.
Yes, there are advantages to kids owning cellular phones but you have to give statistical data that
support your statement. Merits must surpass the demerits.

294 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2005/11/17(木) 15:08:58
Think of counterproposals to failing birth rate !

35hourwork week could be effective.

295 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2005/11/17(木) 15:18:55


精神病患者がひとりでさまよってますね。



それともリアルやディベートサイトで語れないで2ちゃんの基地外相手に
優越感感じようとしてる馬鹿負け犬?

296 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2005/11/17(木) 15:42:00
>>294
それらは何語で書かれてるの?

297 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2005/11/17(木) 17:45:57

Great book to learn about modern China : "Wild Swans"
Aurthor : Jung Chang (ユン チアン)
Its translated in many languages (The original is in English. No Chinese version, of course)

Good people have left china or murdered a lot.

This is a so called "must read book" if you are interested in China.
As a novels, simply worth to read.

298 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2005/11/17(木) 18:19:19
Let me correct some errors or misunderstandings.

Good people have left china or being murdered ...

novel, worth reading

299 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2005/11/17(木) 19:24:02
>>298
Let me correct some more errors or misunderstandings.

Good people have left china or been murdered...

As a novel, it's simply worth reading.

300 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2005/12/24(土) 11:30:38
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301 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2005/12/25(日) 08:27:04
Greatest book to learn about modern China : "Mao"
Aurthor : Jung Chang (ユン チアン)

p.3
"Mao Tse-Tung ・・・ was responsible for well over 70 million deaths
in peace time, more than any other 20th century leader"

Mao killed well over 70 million even in peace time.
If this is truth, Mao was the only human being
beyond super-bloody butcher Gods in the Old Testament.

well over 70 million even in peace time!
This is a real holocaust.
Sorry for China people////


302 :あぼーん:あぼーん
あぼーん

303 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/01/22(日) 01:37:19
I know there is the debate in English thread just now. Thanks spammer :-)

304 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/02/02(木) 16:38:41
Is this thread alive?

305 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/02/02(木) 16:49:14
>>304
No, thread is not a living thing.


306 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/02/02(木) 17:27:37
monkeys like to throw their poop

307 :The intelligent DQN 2.5/2000 ◆09kWcY3MNc :2006/02/02(木) 19:04:36
Perhaps someone need to bring us a theme. to debates is based on a theme.
Now is no subject. Its status is impossible to debate. I want to use this
thread but I don't know what a good subject is here. I guess a subject is
something to join everybody.

308 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/02/02(木) 19:08:38
The 5th Proposition:
Electronic dictionaries are superior to paper dictionaries.

State which side (pro or con) you stand and make your argument.

309 :The intelligent DQN 2.5/2000 ◆09kWcY3MNc :2006/02/02(木) 19:09:17
> I guess a subject is somithing to join everybody.

I guess a subject is somthing which everybody is able to join with.

310 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/02/20(月) 01:05:46
I'm waiting for you.

311 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/03/09(木) 10:09:00
>>308

Electronic dictionaries are a wonderful invention, but they have their
downsides as well. The best part of them is that they are fast, and if
you have a good one, you can get all of the meanings for a word, whereas
the paper dictionary may only have the most important ones. On the other
hand, one has to exhibit a higher mastery of the language to use them to
full effect...I had a translation professor accuse me of running my
entire assignment through Babelfish and not editing it, while I thought
I had been picking the right words.

The best solution is to use both - a paper dictionary is good where
it may not be best to get on the net (work) and an electronic when you
can sit down and really hammer on something for academic or personal
reasons.

312 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/03/09(木) 10:17:49
Why don't you argue with native English speakers?

313 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/03/09(木) 19:07:14
>>311
I've seen Markov chains produce more coherrent sentences than babelfish normally produces.


314 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/04/08(土) 16:57:33
Conclusion: 2ch'ers are not interested in dabating.

315 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/04/08(土) 17:36:57
Come on!

316 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/04/08(土) 17:43:54
Is Bush the world learder?

317 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/04/11(火) 00:47:00
つーか、こいつら馬鹿?何でわざわざ英語で書き込む必要があんの?

318 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/05/19(金) 05:18:06
then, why do you do bump?? *shrug*

319 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/06/12(月) 10:42:22
What does doodoo taste like?

320 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/06/12(月) 15:56:42
is this thread alive or dead?

321 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/06/12(月) 16:17:03
It's alive and kickin'!

322 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/06/14(水) 00:55:40
It seems dead . . .

323 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/06/14(水) 01:50:16
My johnson is three times as long as banana.
On the other hand, your dick is too short, so I make your dick big and strong.

324 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/06/14(水) 01:56:15
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325 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/07/15(土) 20:12:01
age

326 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/07/15(土) 22:19:34
Subject:
how do you know about Zidan's headbutt on the Worldcup final?

Zidan decided to retire from professional football after the Worldcup.
He was a player of Franch international and was the most great player
during two decades. He led Franch international to the final game.
When the game reacheaed at 110 minites, He fought with Materazzi and
shotted his head to Materazzi. Of cource, He took a read card then he
got out the game. His retirement game was suddenly sad end.

This problem is a controversy over the world. Perhaps, everybody might
know about this problem.

327 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/07/16(日) 00:22:34
Zidan said he shotted his head because Materazzi insulted his family two times.
If this is true, I think Zidan is not so wrong.
He could be patient to be insulted his own matter, but couldn't to his family matter.

By the way, he took "red" card, not "read" card.
thank you.

328 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/07/16(日) 00:47:47
...I reckon what Zidane did is still total shit,
considering that it was his last game.

How come people try to justify that red-card..?
Imagine if it wasn't Zidane. He definitely would be fucked by media.

Zidane just utilizes his big name. He is being so spoilt.

329 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/07/18(火) 23:37:58
空気を読まず英語ディベートの大会で成績残してる俺が来ましたよ
何か(ry

330 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/07/23(日) 17:27:12
>>329
It's no problem. I want to know the level of your skill about English devate.
If possible, You might as well decide the subject to discuss on the thread.
But, Here has , I guess, a debater, only you, and a lot of non-debater.
Of cource, I am not a debater. Therefore, If you write how to debate,
a lot of people might admire you for it.

331 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/07/25(火) 19:42:17
面倒なので日本語で書くけど、
ディベートをゲームとしてやろうとしたら、
まず、肯定側と否定側とで明確にチームに分かれて、それとは別に第三者のジャッジを決めて
肯定側の議論と否定側の議論の時間を分ける。
2chなら例えば、1-10までは肯定側、11-20までは否定側、みたいに。
で、その行程を4回くらいやって、ゲームを終え、ジャッジが勝敗を決める。
くらいのルールにしたらいいかな。

詳しく知りたかったら全日本英語ディベート協会(NAFA: National association of foreignstic argumentation)か日本ディベート協会(JDA:Japan debate association)のページでもみてください。

332 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/08/12(土) 01:40:15
ZIDAN'S HEADBUTT: ALLOWABLE OR NOT

Odd Number: Positive
Even Number: Negative


333 :how do u like it?:2006/08/12(土) 02:23:16
Debate-in-English Rules:

1) Statements on the topic should be written in English.
2) Statements should always be positive or negative, not in-between.
3) A debate will end with six statements: three positives and three negatives.
4) Comments on the debate or individual statements can be written in either 日本語 or in English.
5) You can comment on ongoing debates, but preferabley, AFTER the debate.
6) English correction is always welcome, but not in debating statements.

Any suggestion?

334 :日本語でも書いてみます:2006/08/12(土) 02:51:36
奇数番号の人:肯定(賛成)の発言をする
偶数番号の人:否定(反対)の発言をする

1)ディベート内の発言は英語で書くこと
2)ディベート内の発言は肯定か否定(賛成か反対)、中間はなし
3)肯定派と否定派、それぞれ3回発言したところで1ディベート終了
4)ディベート、あるいは個々の発言についてのコメントは日本語でもOK。英語もOK。
5)ディベート進行中のコメントも可。でも、できれば終了時まで待ってほしい
6)英語の訂正は歓迎。ただし発言内での(相手の)英語訂正は無用。

新参者なので空気読めてないかもだけどどうだろ。英語に戻ります。

335 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/08/12(土) 02:55:35
>>332
You will never know if you're going to be odd number or even number.

336 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/08/12(土) 13:31:41
>>335
Sometimes you do, sometimes not. I think it will still work with some pre-statement signs,
showing your positive or negative position. For example:

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337 名前:名無しさん@英語勉強中[] 投稿日:
On the topic >>332
Possitive 1:
Zidane's deed was totally allowable because...
-----------------------------------------

You can add the number after "positive" (line 3) to 3
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341 名前:名無しさん@英語勉強中[] 投稿日:
On the topic >>332
Possitive 3: >>337 >>339
[Anchor-tag reference to previous statements will be usable in some cases]
My point is, Zidane's bald head was so perfect for headbutt, and...
-----------------------------------------

You can add more statements if you want to continue, but the whole procedure
depends on others' comments. If many say "yamere" against you, you were probably
not convincing enough. That is, you lose on the debate.

The "odd-positive" and "even-negative" rotation is not a rule. It's a preferable order.
But we sitill need it just because a debate should be as rotational as possible.

337 :just a correction:2006/08/12(土) 13:36:03
But we still need it just because. . .

338 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/08/20(日) 16:13:29
>>334
Thank you for your advice.


339 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/08/23(水) 17:27:54
The point of view of allowable.

First, Zidan made mistake to behave his headbutt that hits Materazzi on
the world cup final. Although the reason is unclear in detail,
The action occured from his thinking of saving his family. If it
is true, the action might allow Zidan. His thinking tought us
strongly relationship between him and him family. It is great!
Second, FIFA punished Zidan to pay some money and to do social
action to take a red card on his final game. The final red card
is the worst memorial for him. This indicates to be the end of
pysically payoff for his punishement.
Finally, I guess Zidan has been bothering the action that is
good or bad forever. and also he might bother to break down his
final game. He brought him a heavy weight cross as well.
--
PS.
It is difficult for me to allow Zidan's action. Because whatever is
violence, it is bad! In particular, Zidan is the best player for a
decade from 1996. The best players make us efficient siginificantly.
Therefore they become good examples for children although I understand
his thinking for his family.

340 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/08/31(木) 01:42:35
(Silence)

341 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/09/29(金) 06:28:44
The debate has ended.

342 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/10/09(月) 16:30:38
Is this thread alive at all?

343 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/10/10(火) 20:51:47
I wonder why people become stupid when they get old.
I know a lot of people who graduated from the top-elite universities
but very stupid when they are in their 50s or over.

344 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/10/10(火) 21:37:00
>>343
I don't agree with you. Many old people are respectable.
What do you mean by stupid? Not smart? wise? intelligent?
You might be too young to realize your stupidity.


345 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/10/10(火) 22:07:56
>>344
Yes, many old people are respectable, expecially those who went through the hardship of the war are respectable, no doubt about it.
However, it is also true that there are many people (N.B. not everyone) who have stopped using their brain, obviously for a long time.
Those people only rely on the knowledge they acquired up to Uni. and never try to go beyond that.
Since they have stopped thinking seriously, they end up make stupid decisions.
I know I'm sounding like beating around the bush, that's because in order to make more clear explanation, I need to use some examples,
but unfortunately, that's no possible due to the nature of the Internet.
So my point is, those who have stopped using their brain become stupid, and the longer one stops thinking seriously,
the more stupid one gets, thus many old people are stupid.


346 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/10/10(火) 22:58:59
>>345
I don't want to blame over 60 years old retired folks..
50 years old people in society are still working hard.
You have to make effort to meet with sophisticated people.

Anyway, stupid is bad word.

347 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/10/10(火) 23:12:16
>>346
This is a thread for debate, therefore, you need to substantiate your comments with reasons.


348 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/10/10(火) 23:19:07
>>347
I found a solution for him.

349 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/11/19(日) 17:57:36
I,....I want to pee.

350 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/12/17(日) 02:26:20
I think this thread is most needed.

351 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/12/20(水) 02:48:06
>>350
Agreed. So let's continue it.

352 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/12/20(水) 04:59:16
I like to write in english.
It's fun.

353 :dodod:2006/12/20(水) 05:15:28
I like to write in english.
It's fun.

354 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/12/20(水) 06:59:06
So what's the next topic?
Anyone?

355 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/12/20(水) 17:34:45
What do you think about the ban on scatology in USA?

356 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/12/20(水) 17:39:45
It is unrealistic. Every food in the United States are
obviously made of Shitt; the taste reveals it to you.
How come all the Americans bear with emforced fast?



357 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/12/20(水) 17:55:21
what do you think about american people saying 'happy holiday' instead of
'happy christmas' in public. i think that's pretty disgusting!
they should stop jewish being ruling the world.
christmas is not that religeous at all.
it's a sort of culture we enjoy.

358 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/12/20(水) 18:06:30
If Americans were willing to celebrate 'Hari raya puasa'
(final day of Islamic fast) and some other non-Christian oriented
festivals in their country, perhaps muslims should
convert their hostility to the United States.





359 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/12/21(木) 03:52:36
Christmas is more of a worldwide tradition
than a Christian holiday these days.
I celebrate at Christmas and I'm a Buddhist.
Is there an actual law against saying "Happy Christmas" in public?

360 :sucker:2006/12/21(木) 04:01:54
damn!! u guys r such assholes.
just shut the fuck up. ur english make me nuts!
u know wut? this site is like a mother fuckin shit!
guess wut!? u better stop writing on this damn site with ur mother fucker! niggar


361 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/12/21(木) 04:03:13
Can you imagine we share only one religion in this world?


362 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/12/21(木) 04:10:44
>I celebrate at Christmas and I'm a Buddhist.

Commercialization of Christmas by non-Christian
Japanese and Chinese(Such as Hongkoneese and Singaporeans)
invokes great disdine and cynicism from the rest of the
world. What 'enjoyment' do you got from Christmas?

>christmas is not that religeous at all.

Some christians seriously hate such statement.








363 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/12/21(木) 04:24:44
>>362
I just celebrate Christmas for fun really.
In the same way that I would celebrate a birthday,
there is no religious reason behind it.
I don't mean to offend anyone in doing so.

364 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/12/21(木) 04:38:49
That is a typical case of asymmetric perception.
It does not matter wherther you mind it or not, yet Christians mind.
They simply wonder why do you 'celebrate' it.
If you say that it is a simply joyful amusement, their wonder goes
more serious and merely despise you from the bottom of their heart.

365 :名無しさん@英語勉強中:2006/12/21(木) 04:50:16
>>364
Hmm. Maybe what you say is true.
But isn't despising someone from the bottom of their heart
against the core principles of Christianity?
Also, many Christians celebrate Halloween.
This is a Pagan festival. And so in criticizing us
for celebrating Christmas, they are being hypocritical.

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