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If someone keeps answering spiritual Q's using copy and paste, and nothing of their own, how would you view that?

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Answer #1 | 23/07 2014 15:29
How do you know they are coping and pasting things that aren't theirs?
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Answer #2 | 23/07 2014 15:23
Must be one of Jehovah's Witnesses and suffering from cognitive dissonance.
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Answer #3 | 23/07 2014 22:44
The ignorant use copy and paste. They are trying to display--faux--cognizance.
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Answer #4 | 23/07 2014 22:41
The uneducated evolution deniers like to copy and paste anti-science nonsense from their favorite liars for Jeebus. They don't bother to read what they're copying and pasting, and most certainly they are not thinking. For people who know nothing and who have no desire to learn anything, copying and pasting is the way to go.
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Answer #5 | 23/07 2014 22:22
If they copy/paste the majority of the time? That the person can't think for themselves and the programming is holding.
Positive: 100 %
Answer #6 | 23/07 2014 15:25
If you're the one asking questions, you don't get to dictate terms to everyone else as to who gets to answer or how. YOU came to US, remember?
Answer #7 | 23/07 2014 15:44
The ignorant use copy and paste. They are trying to display--faux--cognizance.
Answer #8 | 23/07 2014 15:22
With the same disdain I would view someone who keeps asking the same question with slightly different wording.
Answer #9 | 23/07 2014 15:41
The uneducated evolution deniers like to copy and paste anti-science nonsense from their favorite liars for Jeebus. They don't bother to read what they're copying and pasting, and most certainly they are not thinking. For people who know nothing and who have no desire to learn anything, copying and pasting is the way to go.
Answer #10 | 23/07 2014 15:23
they must be a christard
Answer #11 | 23/07 2014 15:27
Heu... Out of holy scriptures talk...??? Atheist
Answer #12 | 23/07 2014 15:36
Someone who is brainwashed and lacks the ability to do their own research.
Answer #13 | 23/07 2014 15:34
A lame sock
Answer #14 | 23/07 2014 15:52
They're normal. It is very very difficult to come up with something original. Which is a plus, when preparing an paradigm shift -- the arguments here are arguments everywhere. Makes a good training ground. So when the push comes to shove, I know what to expect. The atheist arguments are pretty lame, and they are prone to violence when their god is challenged. When I go out there and say science got it wrong, the environment gets very aggressive because the belief is science is god and the laws are laws.... whatever. Even when shown that their laws are wrong, they don't get it. It's easier to spit vitriol than to admit yer wrong. Anyway, many conversations work like that -- copy and paste memories on the blackboard. I have no problem with people doing that here. Being original is very very difficult, I should know. :-) Truly original requires Divine Revelation, which is how i became unique. I copy and paste, the Divine, very little of it was mine. i will take credit however for elucidating mathematical representation of objectivity -- all They did was cheer and encourage me on that critical point, they didn't show me, They knew, but i had to figure it out myself.
Answer #15 | 23/07 2014 15:34
I don't see a problem as long as the information is truly logical (some say that their answers are based in logic or reason when in actuality their responses are based in stereotypes or make no sense whatsoever). There are a lot of answers in R&S that may not be copy and pasted but the answers are still totally useless. So I would take an accurate, logical statement that has been copied (if the response is copied it should include the source) versus something self generated that is patently ridiculous and adds no value whatsoever.
Answer #16 | 23/07 2014 15:39
Probably somebody who found something that really speaks to him and wants to share it with others. I often think about saving some answers and using them like a pre-recorded message, since so many questions are redundant on here. You know, if I had a better answer set up than one I can think of on the fly, that's helpful and informative, right? Unfortunately, I'm too lazy to invent that sort of database, so I just answer questions manually.
Answer #17 | 23/07 2014 15:22
If they copy/paste the majority of the time? That the person can't think for themselves and the programming is holding.
Answer #18 | 23/07 2014 15:22
Lack of intellect, incapable of self thought always needing someone else to express an opinion they can jump on the bandwagon for.
Answer #19 | 23/07 2014 16:11
Brainwashed into suspending all independent thought. Or a belief that quotes from their holy book are some sort of magic incantation.
Answer #20 | 23/07 2014 15:53
That really depends. If the answer was originally his/her own, and the question is boringly the same over and over again, I don't see a problem with that. When people keep asking the same question 1,000's of times, expecting a different answer, I'm reminded of the old adage, "insanity is repeating the same actions over and over again, yet expecting different results." If the basic question doesn't change, then the answer shouldn't either, and rather than typing it out every time, I see nothing wrong with pasting it in. But it is my own opinion that the people who keep asking the same question(s) over and over again, are insane (as pointed out by the above definition.) N
Answer #21 | 23/07 2014 16:05
I would think they have nothing to say. And when they cut and paste great walls of text, I rarely ever read it.
Answer #22 | 23/07 2014 16:10
the exact same thing without any relevance to the Q? Idiots.... but if they have say a standard answer for THOSE questions that are far too often repeated here....then hey, good on 'em.
Answer #23 | 23/07 2014 16:18
A national recipe for stupidity. Author:  Young S Source:  WASHINGTON POST. 1990 Apr 8; B3. Abstract:  It is estimated that lead exposure has already cut in 1/2 the number ...
Answer #24 | 23/07 2014 18:38
If the answer is relevant and they attribute their source, I see no real problem with it. But I really do think it is important to attribute source, unfortunately too few people do that with quotes, passages, or pictures on line. Remember, people, if it's good enough to share, it's good enough to credit!
Answer #25 | 23/07 2014 22:39
Probably somebody who found something that really speaks to him and wants to share it with others. I often think about saving some answers and using them like a pre-recorded message, since so many questions are redundant on here. You know, if I had a better answer set up than one I can think of on the fly, that's helpful and informative, right? Unfortunately, I'm too lazy to invent that sort of database, so I just answer questions manually.
Answer #26 | 23/07 2014 23:18
A national recipe for stupidity. Author:  Young S Source:  WASHINGTON POST. 1990 Apr 8; B3. Abstract:  It is estimated that lead exposure has already cut in 1/2 the number ...
Answer #27 | 23/07 2014 22:53
That really depends. If the answer was originally his/her own, and the question is boringly the same over and over again, I don't see a problem with that. When people keep asking the same question 1,000's of times, expecting a different answer, I'm reminded of the old adage, "insanity is repeating the same actions over and over again, yet expecting different results." If the basic question doesn't change, then the answer shouldn't either, and rather than typing it out every time, I see nothing wrong with pasting it in. But it is my own opinion that the people who keep asking the same question(s) over and over again, are insane (as pointed out by the above definition.) N
Answer #28 | 23/07 2014 22:27
Heu... Out of holy scriptures talk...??? Atheist
Answer #29 | 23/07 2014 22:25
If you're the one asking questions, you don't get to dictate terms to everyone else as to who gets to answer or how. YOU came to US, remember?
Answer #30 | 23/07 2014 22:29
How do you know they are coping and pasting things that aren't theirs?
Answer #31 | 23/07 2014 22:52
They're normal. It is very very difficult to come up with something original. Which is a plus, when preparing an paradigm shift -- the arguments here are arguments everywhere. Makes a good training ground. So when the push comes to shove, I know what to expect. The atheist arguments are pretty lame, and they are prone to violence when their god is challenged. When I go out there and say science got it wrong, the environment gets very aggressive because the belief is science is god and the laws are laws.... whatever. Even when shown that their laws are wrong, they don't get it. It's easier to spit vitriol than to admit yer wrong. Anyway, many conversations work like that -- copy and paste memories on the blackboard. I have no problem with people doing that here. Being original is very very difficult, I should know. :-) Truly original requires Divine Revelation, which is how i became unique. I copy and paste, the Divine, very little of it was mine. i will take credit however for elucidating mathematical representation of objectivity -- all They did was cheer and encourage me on that critical point, they didn't show me, They knew, but i had to figure it out myself.
Answer #32 | 23/07 2014 22:23
they must be a christard
Answer #33 | 23/07 2014 23:05
I would think they have nothing to say. And when they cut and paste great walls of text, I rarely ever read it.
Answer #34 | 23/07 2014 23:11
Brainwashed into suspending all independent thought. Or a belief that quotes from their holy book are some sort of magic incantation.
Answer #35 | 23/07 2014 22:23
Must be one of Jehovah's Witnesses and suffering from cognitive dissonance.
Positive: 0 %
Answer #36 | 23/07 2014 22:36
Someone who is brainwashed and lacks the ability to do their own research.
Answer #37 | 23/07 2014 22:22
Lack of intellect, incapable of self thought always needing someone else to express an opinion they can jump on the bandwagon for.
Answer #38 | 23/07 2014 23:10
the exact same thing without any relevance to the Q? Idiots.... but if they have say a standard answer for THOSE questions that are far too often repeated here....then hey, good on 'em.
Answer #39 | 23/07 2014 22:34
I don't see a problem as long as the information is truly logical (some say that their answers are based in logic or reason when in actuality their responses are based in stereotypes or make no sense whatsoever). There are a lot of answers in R&S that may not be copy and pasted but the answers are still totally useless. So I would take an accurate, logical statement that has been copied (if the response is copied it should include the source) versus something self generated that is patently ridiculous and adds no value whatsoever.
Answer #40 | 24/07 2014 01:38
If the answer is relevant and they attribute their source, I see no real problem with it. But I really do think it is important to attribute source, unfortunately too few people do that with quotes, passages, or pictures on line. Remember, people, if it's good enough to share, it's good enough to credit!
Answer #41 | 23/07 2014 22:22
With the same disdain I would view someone who keeps asking the same question with slightly different wording.
Answer #42 | 23/07 2014 22:34
A lame sock

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