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Load the software LOVE in kid's minds; lest they grow up as human robots

Children cannot develop properly on their own.

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ezhil 1 month ago

Is it sensible to call even flimsy activities such as biggest cakes made, staying inside a glass cabin with poisonous snakes etc as records? The credibility of record certifying companies such as Guinness Book of Records are doubtful.

You're impossible to please. disgusting? Man, you seriously need to chill the **** out.

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JerryHendrickson 1 month ago

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Thanks, I cannot think like you, agreed. I am in a different plane altogether

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ezhil 1 month ago

Is it sensible to call even flimsy activities such as biggest cakes made, staying inside a glass cabin with poisonous snakes etc as records? The credibility of record certifying companies such as Guinness Book of Records are doubtful.

As long as Guinness remains a viable business, I assume there is a market for what they offer. Neither Guinness nor the recordholders are bothering me. If they are bothering you...I would suggest that is a personal problem.

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Bozette 1 month ago

In response to “As long as Guinness remains a viable...

I am happy that you have accepted that Guinness is a business.Records of business people cannot vouch for the genuineness of it. Nothing is a personal. Every thing on earth has something to do with others. Le us not simply ignore this fact.

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ezhil 1 month ago

Is it sensible to call even flimsy activities such as biggest cakes made, staying inside a glass cabin with poisonous snakes etc as records? The credibility of record certifying companies such as Guinness Book of Records are doubtful.

We all do things that are of no value to anyone but ourselves. Provided what others do is of no harm to me, it's none of my business.

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Bozette 1 month ago

In response to “We all do things that are of no value to...

All of us may do some things which are of no use to others but we don't claim Guinness Record certificate for such acts.

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ezhil 1 month ago

Is it sensible to call even flimsy activities such as biggest cakes made, staying inside a glass cabin with poisonous snakes etc as records? The credibility of record certifying companies such as Guinness Book of Records are doubtful.

But it's very funny; I'm sure that you will laugh. You should watch it, believe me. I still laugh after watching it many times.

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JerryHendrickson 1 month ago

In response to “But it's very funny; I'm sure that you will...

Even the Charlie Chaplin comedies make me feel that they are for children and not for mature adults. The acts in such films appear awkward and disgusting for me.

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ezhil 1 month ago

Is it sensible to call even flimsy activities such as biggest cakes made, staying inside a glass cabin with poisonous snakes etc as records? The credibility of record certifying companies such as Guinness Book of Records are doubtful.

It's the way in which people sugarcoat the things that they say and do based on what is considered to be acceptable by the liberals. For instance: it used to be acceptable to call the person who delivered the mail the "mailman." So as not to hurt the feelings of the female mail carrier, we are urged to just call them mail carriers. Any trade with the word "man" in it is thus changed. It's complicated and covers many areas besides, such as sexual identity, race, religion or lack thereof.
It's foolish.

here is wikipedia's explanation:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/P...al_correctness

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JerryHendrickson 1 month ago

In response to “It's the way in which people sugarcoat the...

Let us talk about the original view about the world records which are often silly and just gimmicks, not having any relevance or use. Populist stunts and feats may bring some amusement but cannot be considered as great human endeavors worthy of mention.

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ezhil 1 month ago

Load the software LOVE in kid's minds; lest they grow up as human robots

Couldn’t have said it better!

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Masha 1 month ago

In response to “Couldn’t have said it better!

Thanks for your excellent comments.

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ezhil 1 month ago

Is it sensible to call even flimsy activities such as biggest cakes made, staying inside a glass cabin with poisonous snakes etc as records? The credibility of record certifying companies such as Guinness Book of Records are doubtful.

I guess. Might as well call things what they are. It sure beats the Hell out of political correctness.

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JerryHendrickson 1 month ago

In response to “I guess. Might as well call things what they...

What is your political correctness?

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ezhil 1 month ago

Is it sensible to call even flimsy activities such as biggest cakes made, staying inside a glass cabin with poisonous snakes etc as records? The credibility of record certifying companies such as Guinness Book of Records are doubtful.

In response to “https://youtu.be/Nc52OMftJSk

I don't have time to watch your video, You can write whatever you want to convey

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ezhil 1 month ago

Is it sensible to call even flimsy activities such as biggest cakes made, staying inside a glass cabin with poisonous snakes etc as records? The credibility of record certifying companies such as Guinness Book of Records are doubtful.

You should probably stop smoking cat shit.

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JerryHendrickson 1 month ago

In response to “You should probably stop smoking cat shit.

I feel sad that I have to deal with people like you. Being an open forum any Tom, **** and Harry can enter the discussion.

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ezhil 1 month ago

Is it sensible to call even flimsy activities such as biggest cakes made, staying inside a glass cabin with poisonous snakes etc as records? The credibility of record certifying companies such as Guinness Book of Records are doubtful.

I'm all for the legalization of weed but you've got to practice moderation dude.

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JerryHendrickson 1 month ago

In response to “I'm all for the legalization of weed but...

Let us not hesitate to call an ** **

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ezhil 1 month ago

Is it sensible to call even flimsy activities such as biggest cakes made, staying inside a glass cabin with poisonous snakes etc as records? The credibility of record certifying companies such as Guinness Book of Records are doubtful.

Quit yer damn sniveling. You're just jealous.

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JerryHendrickson 1 month ago

In response to “Quit yer damn sniveling. You're just jealous.

I am not a competitor for all those so called great records. Why should be jealous? Let us not glorify mean acts as records which will send a wrong signal to our children.

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ezhil 1 month ago

Is it sensible to call even flimsy activities such as biggest cakes made, staying inside a glass cabin with poisonous snakes etc as records? The credibility of record certifying companies such as Guinness Book of Records are doubtful.

Using sports as a means to glory or wealth is no different than using other means towards those ends. It's not for me, but neither is it my place to dictate to others.

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Bozette 1 month ago

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No one wants to dictate to others on how to earn their bread and fame. But the point lost here is the fact that all these records and the so called achievements are useful to no one other than the achiever. It speaks about their level.

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ezhil 1 month ago

Is it sensible to call even flimsy activities such as biggest cakes made, staying inside a glass cabin with poisonous snakes etc as records? The credibility of record certifying companies such as Guinness Book of Records are doubtful.

You are completely out of your mind.

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JerryHendrickson 1 month ago

In response to “You are completely out of your mind.

Thanks.

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ezhil 1 month ago

Is it sensible to call even flimsy activities such as biggest cakes made, staying inside a glass cabin with poisonous snakes etc as records? The credibility of record certifying companies such as Guinness Book of Records are doubtful.

Who gives a shit? Only you.
If they can earn a living by setting World's record it's absolutely none of your damn business.

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JerryHendrickson 1 month ago

In response to “Who gives a shit? Only you. If they can earn...

Setting a world record, which is no use to others, for a living is not a dignified way of living. Very very mean!

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ezhil 1 month ago

Is it sensible to call even flimsy activities such as biggest cakes made, staying inside a glass cabin with poisonous snakes etc as records? The credibility of record certifying companies such as Guinness Book of Records are doubtful.

I don't have a problem with what people want to do while wasting their time. If they want to make the biggest donut in the world, fine. If they want to buy the Guinness Book of World Records, that's fine too. Personally, I don't have an interest in making huge donuts or reading the book. :)

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Will_Janitor 1 month ago

In response to “I don't have a problem with what people want...

We should not become complacent that all is well. We should analyse what is happening around us because every activity will have some bearing on every other person.

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ezhil 1 month ago

Is it sensible to call even flimsy activities such as biggest cakes made, staying inside a glass cabin with poisonous snakes etc as records? The credibility of record certifying companies such as Guinness Book of Records are doubtful.

I don't have a problem with what people want to do while wasting their time. If they want to make the biggest donut in the world, fine. If they want to buy the Guinness Book of World Records, that's fine too. Personally, I don't have an interest in making huge donuts or reading the book. :)

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Will_Janitor 1 month ago

In response to “I don't have a problem with what people want...

We should not become complacent that all is well. We should analyse what is happening around us because every activity will have some bearing on every other person.

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ezhil 1 month ago

Is it sensible to call even flimsy activities such as biggest cakes made, staying inside a glass cabin with poisonous snakes etc as records? The credibility of record certifying companies such as Guinness Book of Records are doubtful.

Then there are the women who want the largest breasts in the world....

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JustJimColo 1 month ago

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"Such silly records get certified as great feat" is a tragedy

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ezhil 1 month ago

Is it sensible to call even flimsy activities such as biggest cakes made, staying inside a glass cabin with poisonous snakes etc as records? The credibility of record certifying companies such as Guinness Book of Records are doubtful.

Some records, I can understand being interesting. The worlds tallest person or the number of most pushups are examples. Then there is the guy who gets in the record book for spinning a basketball on a toothbrush while holding it in his mouth for exactly 22.41 seconds

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JustJimColo 1 month ago

In response to “Some records, I can understand being...

It is alright .But making it a great feat and making money out of it is not a dignified activity.

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ezhil 1 month ago

Is it sensible to call even flimsy activities such as biggest cakes made, staying inside a glass cabin with poisonous snakes etc as records? The credibility of record certifying companies such as Guinness Book of Records are doubtful.

Being confined with poisonous snakes is hardly "flimsy" or "trivial". Glorifying such idiocy is...well, idiotic.

Sports are meant for different things in different realms. Sometimes the goal is fitness. Other times glory. Often it's just for money.

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Bozette 1 month ago

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Yes such feats are idiotic!
The only sensible goal of sports is fitness. All other goals are misguided ones indulged in by those who cannot do anything worthwhile, leading to problems such as cut throat competition, physical ailments in the sports persons etc.

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ezhil 1 month ago

Is it sensible to call even flimsy activities such as biggest cakes made, staying inside a glass cabin with poisonous snakes etc as records? The credibility of record certifying companies such as Guinness Book of Records are doubtful.

They can have a record for anything they want and it won't bother me one bit. If it bothers you, you're way too easily bothered. I disagree with your entire description. Records have no effect on anything at all but those achieving them. Competition is a good thing; without it we wouldn't progress.

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JerryHendrickson 1 month ago

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Competition with monetary rewards has caused immense harm to the sports activity. People have made it their profession. What progress these records have achieved?

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ezhil 1 month ago

Religious dress codes are highly primitive and alienating philosophies. Religions also should evolve to a better one over a period of time.

What is sad is the 'religious dress code' is a man-made rule that really, basically has nothing to do with faith in God.

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beachbum 1 month ago

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We are talking only about religious dress code which hampers civilisation

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ezhil 1 month ago

Religious dress codes are highly primitive and alienating philosophies. Religions also should evolve to a better one over a period of time.

All religion did is slow us down.

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Get_the_Lays 1 month ago

In response to “All religion did is slow us down.

Religions not only slow us down but also shackle us in superstition

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ezhil 1 month ago

Religious dress codes are highly primitive and alienating philosophies. Religions also should evolve to a better one over a period of time.

You are probably wrong when you say that 90% of the people are religious.
why you, the religious people could not avert the serious clashes that arise due to religious fundamentalism? Religion , I hope , does not promote use of arms to promote the idealogy.

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ezhil 1 month ago

Religious dress codes are highly primitive and alienating philosophies. Religions also should evolve to a better one over a period of time.

But that's "your" human take. Christianity is just as relevant today. What man thinks is intelligence is not seen as such if you actually read scripture.
As has been said, you are welcome to your opinion, but not your own facts....
Good advice I think.

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Freeranger 1 month ago

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All religious people claim that their religions are relevant always. However I would like to confine myself to the religious dress code which has the potential to cause alienation and trouble.

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ezhil 1 month ago

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