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Zeeshan
February 20, 2017, 04:46 PM
Scenario. I am not muslim. More offensively, I used to be but no more. I go to a restaurant with some dude with funny last name. Is it disrespectful to order and eat pork in front of him?

Goal. Pi-- off and get some member banned.

Result. The guy with the least invalid logical statement wins.

This should be good.

Go. You have till midnight.

Zeeshan
February 20, 2017, 04:52 PM
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SportingBD
February 20, 2017, 04:55 PM
Sometimes it is very hard to discuss or opine within the law of the forum on certain topics.

I sometime wish there was a platform where someone didn't need to worry about the ban hammer.

it's so bad when you can tell certain posters have a infectious behaviour towards certain religion, agenda etc yet you feel like a prisoner as you know if you say something, it may be considered bigotry and get permanent ban.

You would sometimes wonder, why they don't go to a big platform and ask qualified people, instead of infecting certain opinion on people (those) that are unaware or unqualified to know the answer as they didn't study x,y,z topic/subject/course etc

Yankees
February 20, 2017, 04:58 PM
yikes you might just end up being the most hated man on this forum lol.

I guess it depends on which family members you are talking about. If its your parents, and they are devout muslims, then I guess you would hurt their feelings, and hurting your parents feelings is disrespectful no matter what.

If its some uncle/aunt, then who cares, eat that bacon.

roman
February 20, 2017, 05:20 PM
Oh no. Zeeshan just found out the recipe of a potential thread. :lol:

ReZ_1
February 21, 2017, 01:34 AM
Why only pork? How about eating a bowl of snake soup or the fine sliced flesh of a horse? (In japan there is a place where people eat almost raw flesh of finely sliced horse meat)

Good luck with the thread. I hope it will be successful...:bravo:

NoName
February 21, 2017, 02:14 AM
You shouldn't have a problem when eating out with your friends.

Zeeshan
February 21, 2017, 02:34 AM
Why only pork? How about eating a bowl of snake soup or the fine sliced flesh of a horse? (In japan there is a place where people eat almost raw flesh of finely sliced horse meat)

Good luck with the thread. I hope it will be successful...:bravo:

tayle to bola jay...manusher mangsho ki dosh korlo...

Zeeshan
February 21, 2017, 02:42 AM
To make it more complicated. Suppose you take three friends. First one objects to pork. Second one is a Hindu and get gets mighty offended if you eat beef. Third one is a vegan, so you can't possibly eat chicken.

Question: What the **** do you eat then?

DinRaat.
February 21, 2017, 02:54 AM
To make it more complicated. Suppose you take three friends. First one objects to pork. Second one is a Hindu and get gets mighty offended if you eat beef. Third one is a vegan, so you can't possibly eat chicken.

Question: What the **** do you eat then?

Crikey, the philosophers at it again

Don`t go out in the first place

DinRaat.
February 21, 2017, 02:55 AM
P.S

I am going to pull off a Finebro`s here, any debate threads, should be given credit to me

J.K

Yankees
February 23, 2017, 02:20 AM
To make it more complicated. Suppose you take three friends. First one objects to pork. Second one is a Hindu and get gets mighty offended if you eat beef. Third one is a vegan, so you can't possibly eat chicken.

Question: What the **** do you eat then?

You're bengali aren't you? Answer should be easy: Aloo Bhotha and daal bhaat.

brockley
February 23, 2017, 02:48 AM
My father was a health surveyor,and he said pigs have the same heart structure as humans,so its possible to get more disease with pork to meat than that is not pork.
My father who was an atheist said whoever came up with this in the bible was a genius,Jews don't eat pork either.

NoName
February 23, 2017, 03:06 AM
^ How does similar heart structure correlate to higher likelihood of disease?

DinRaat.
February 23, 2017, 03:11 AM
My father was a health surveyor,and he said pigs have the same heart structure as humans,so its possible to get more disease with pork to meat than that is not pork.
My father who was an atheist said whoever came up with this in the bible was a genius,Jews don't eat pork either.

No Not necessarily true, however humans and pigs do treat fats/fatty acids the same way

Pig hearts are not exactly the same as human hearts. pigs have a large vessel to the rear of the heart from which blood from both the heart and the left chest wall is drained. In human hearts, there is a vessel called the azygous vein that supports the left cardinal vein in draining blood from the heart. Pigs do not have an azygous vein, and consequently, their cardinal vein is very large and drains blood not only from the heart but from the chest itself.

brockley
February 23, 2017, 03:14 AM
I didn't know that.
He did deal with a cholera outbreak in the outback,or was it botulism,he had to deal with.
It was the 60's or the 70's.

DinRaat.
February 23, 2017, 03:16 AM
I didn't know that.
He did deal with a cholera outbreak in the outback,or was it botulism,he had to deal with.
It was the 60's or the 70's.

Woah nice, what a legend he must have been, helping out the sick in areas of less development, Did he help aboriginals in the area aswell

adamnsu
February 23, 2017, 03:17 AM
It's all down to how acceptable, comfortable or tolerant your family members are with you eating pork.

Better to avoid IMO.

Jadukor
February 23, 2017, 03:25 AM
^ How does similar heart structure correlate to higher likelihood of disease?

lmao.. i was wondering the same thing

brockley
February 23, 2017, 03:25 AM
He had involvment in parks and gardens had some council workers who were Aboriginals.
His job includding a lot in the local council he was in at the time which was ,Cootamundra,Gunning,Gilgandra,Mullumbimby and Tumut.
The cockies who were farmers in local area were pretty corrupt from what I heard bribes and stuff,but he didn't take a bribe.

brockley
February 23, 2017, 03:28 AM
Its easier to pass on disease,if they are the same structure.
Dinraat says differently I gather he right,my areas of expertise definitely not science.
I did do physics in year 11 thats all.

DinRaat.
February 23, 2017, 03:41 AM
Its easier to pass on disease,if they are the same structure.
Dinraat says differently I gather he right,my areas of expertise definitely not science.
I did do physics in year 11 thats all.

Year 11 Preliminary physics was so boring, My school , made sure we illegaly finished the course ahead of all the other schools, to get that head start

brockley
February 23, 2017, 03:57 AM
Cool.
My psysics teacher used to always ask me James Watt'?
And I was always half asleep in Physics,and I'd always says what?
And then hed' sayJames Watt again.
He was a very strange teacher.
I never was a morning person,and we had Physics in the morning.

I taught Aboriginal ed as a tutor for a few years,came in touch with Aborginal students then.
I taught the father of 1 Aboriginal child, how to be a swinging voter.