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For a while now, my dad's computer has this weird issue...

The computer screen will either turn a solid fuchsia color or white. Not sure if the computer is frozen or not, didn't check to see if any of the lights on the keyboard work, but you have to manually restart the computer and sometimes it will just restart or completely shut off...

There are no dump files or any errors in the Windows logs except for the critical ones that say Windows wasn't shut down properly...
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Chris Cunningham
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If you send me a msg, make sure you stay on for a minute or so, b/c I reply immediately, most of the time.

I was a C/1st Lt. in Army JROTC at Airport High School. 3D animation is my all time favorite hobby aside from computers.

I of course love working with computers in general. Just remember, I hold the right, to disclose information to you or not.

I'm running Windows 7 Home Premium x64 on a AMD FX-8320 @ 3.5 GHz, 8GB DDR3-1600 RAM, 1 x 60GB SSD and 1 x 1TB HDD, Nvidia GTX 550 Ti 1GB Graphic's Card.

-I'm an Atheist Liberal.
-I'm an LGBT rights activist.

I don't believe in God or any god that you might believe in, and no amount of bible or other holy verses will change my mind, the bible and all other holy books are not proof of a supreme being, there no more proof of a supreme being than a book about Santa proves Santa exists, sorry.

I've got one rule, if you are a extremely religious person, don't evangelize to me, and you're welcome here, but the minute you start telling me, God this and God that, and Jesus this and Jesus that, and so on, you're gonna be on your way, to find someone else to bother. Capiche?

I'm pro-choice, sorry, I don't think it's anyone right to tell a women what to do with her body.

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SpaceCowboy91 Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2014
Thanks for the watch. :)
SaberTompsonModel Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2014
Thanks for watching! :ahoy:
Chris2027 Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2014
You're welcome. :)
I thank you very much for watching!
ulimann644 Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanx for faving... :)
Chris2027 Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2014
No problem.
joshthecartoonguy Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
QueenieSeas' commitment to human rights doesn't quite extend to the sacred earth of her comments section, otherwise I'd gladly chat.
Chris2027 Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2014
Well, her profile, etc. is her domain, as if it were her own physical home, so she has a right to control what goes on in it.
joshthecartoonguy Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
I'm not sure whether your first couple sentences are supposed to be an argument. Isn't it redundant to say that anything other than atheism is something else? My point was that some atheists can hold very irrational positions, justifying said positions with their atheism, and you don't have to be religious to recognize that. If you have an atheist objectivist who believes in eliminating the welfare state because they believe that makes the most sense objectively and you have a progressive European-socialist style atheist who believes the welfare state is the greatest thing since sliced bread, you have two atheists with diametrically opposed positions who both ascribe their positions to rationality.

2. I want people to be free to keep what they earn and engage in voluntary interactions without the state interfering with the use of force.

To apply the logic behind gay marriage, if an entrepreneur opens a business and sells a popular product and makes a lot of money, what harm does that do you? Who is the victim? Yet, they become this mythical 1% and the enemy of all things good. (see Thomas Sowell for how this term is misused and doesn't really reflect economic reality. Most people in the 1% don't stay there very long. It's not a monolithic permanent class.)

Of course I know what humanism is. I'm going to teach renaissance art history which was the cradle of modern humanism.

Of course, your brand of humanism almost never emphasizes the value and agency of human beings when they are in the womb, or when your wonderful progressive health care systems can't afford to pay for their inefficient operations. That's not an insult to all atheists, since not all atheists believe that we should dismember little living human beings in the womb. Just the ones that like to brag about their moral superiority to medieval religionists who have this backward notion that God doesn't want us to kill what we know through the science of embryology to be living according to the definition of biology and human according to the definition of species by the science of genetics.

Now that I've spoken to you on your territory, here's what I know with absolute confidence what is going to happen to you. You're going to face your maker, the liberal Christian types will tell you He's all a bundle of roses, but they're lying to you and themselves. You're going to face your Creator and give an account for everything you ever did, including every single moment of your life when you deliberately and intentionally suppressed the knowledge of his existence. And the only way you can ever escape that fate is if God himself intervenes to save you from your own irrational unbelief.
Chris2027 Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2014
No, because people like to add excess baggage onto atheism, that have nothing to do with atheism.

I've never heard someone justify their position using the fact that they don't believe in a god. That's a first for me.

The only commonality between them, is their lack of belief in a god.

So, I fail to see your point with 2 atheists with different economic views... although, I would agree, that when people work together for the common good, instead of being narcissistic, things are better.

Personally, I'm for a socioeconomic system similar to Star Trek... where basic needs are met, etc. and people no longer have to work to live, but work in something they enjoy because they enjoy it.

The title "1%" is based on their income, they're in the top 1% income bracket.

Yes, people don't stay there forever, but it exists.

Just like you have the top 50%, the bottom 50%, etc. it's based on income.

I'm not about to get into an abortion debate with you, since most don't even know what an abortion is, which is the termination of a pregnancy, not the ending of a life... you know what we call a late-term abortion, where the fetus usually lives? A c-section.

As for the healthcare system, that's because we still have a for-profit system, as for the "inefficient operations," let's go back to leeches shall we, you know, let's drop all medical advancement, go back to leeches, bleeding people, praying, etc. to cure them of illness, etc.

Well, you can believe I'm going to "face my maker" all you want, appeals to emotion won't work on me.

Actually, Jesus said the only thing that determines whether you go to heaven or hell, is whether you believe, there is no issue of morality, etc.

Someone like Bill Gates, who has donated a lot to charity, will go to hell, simply because he doesn't believe.

Whereas someone like Pat Robertson, who hasn't donated much of anything, will go to heaven, because he does believe.

Anyway, hopefully that covers everything you stated. I've got stuff to do before I head back to bed, it's 3:36 AM here.
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