"I think you're confused about what history is.
Saying that something like marriage existed before reliable recorded history is like saying something looked pretty before eyes evolved. WTF would you know that?"
Well, dinosaurs were around before recorded history. So.
"You talk about something as if its factual and then ask:
"Who ever said i knew that?"
Clearly you've got a few things twisted - but let me just address the fact you're either twisting my words or you aren't reading what I said correctly. Or maybe I didn't express it properly. What I said was that the history of it predates any real reliable source. Early findings suggest same sex unions are nothing new sweetie, and before that who knows?
I know you certainly don't. (Technically, nobody does.)
"And then say you know it because it's easy to read up on? What was there some significant cave-man drawings depicting two dudes getting hitched that was discovered early this morning and i haven't caught it on the news yet?"
Lol, see last comment. I don't really get what you're trying to say here. That's a religious institution, alwas has been, and modern day whatevers have the right to dictate how its done? Please, elaborate.
"It seems to me like not giving a fxck sounds a lot more like shutting the heIl up, not ranting on about whatever comes to mind. You have spell check, doesn't make you intelligent."
I'm actually more amused that I actually DID say I was Latino and from Jersey on this thread when I said to Senor I didn't lol. Thanks for catching that.
Moving forward... I don't care what "seems to you" whatever you think whatever is. So. It means to me whatever the fxck I want it to, and you're squishy thoughts don't influence that. Hohum.
I like the back handed insinuation that I may not be intelligent (presumably because I use spell check to mask that? I don't know. You were vague and not really making since. Which is typical of your side of these conversations) but let's try being a little more original if we're going to resort to ad hominem to seem like we're proving a point. It makes it seem like you actually put some thought into it.
All that having been said, these conversations don't ever really go anywhere because belief systems are not something I can, or really even want, to dissuade. Let's just look at things from a constitutional point of view. Cuz ya know, this is America - I think we, as a republic, have forgotten that. At the end of the day, let's just hope the American spirit prevails, anything otherwise would be counter to what our forefathers have sacrificed for.