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The eternal moderation dilemma, I'd like to hear your thoughts on this one submitted by Atko to announcements

DanikaCutter 0 points 7 points (+7|-0) ago

Perhaps because the sword can swing both ways? I would imagine that, even if you are confident in being a conscientious moderator, the possibility that someone 'above' could make a unilateral decision to take that away (on a whim) might be disconcerting. I mean it's fine while they're after the twats but there'd be no real guarantee of not expanding the scope.

I'm not saying that's how it is, but that's what ocurred to me.

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DanikaCutter 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago

Think it was this article I read a while back goes into it somewhat. The suck level is very high.

http://www.pulitzer.org/works/2010-Feature-Writing

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DanikaCutter 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago

Congratulations! Soon enough you won't even think about it - think of what you're getting in return and crack on!

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In the First Majority-Muslim U.S. City, City Council Now Restricts Liquor Licenses. submitted by 1Sorry_SOB to politics

DanikaCutter 3 points -2 points (+1|-3) ago

Eh, as far as I know the OT is just a butchered Tanakh (includes Torah) so not really. NT really is unique in that sense as it's taken to complete and supersede OT.

Which I guess gives you the ideological room to breed out the violence so to speak.

In the First Majority-Muslim U.S. City, City Council Now Restricts Liquor Licenses. submitted by 1Sorry_SOB to politics

DanikaCutter 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago

Well I suppose that depends. Did he come to enforce, or fulfil i.e. satisfy?

For instance there's a bit in Isaiah, 53,12 - 'And with transgressors he was numbered, And he the sin of many hath borne, And for transgressors he intercedeth.' As I understand it the laws are supposed to still apply but the deal's done - big JC takes the metaphorical heat and all regular folk have to do is believe.

What I'm trying to articulate is the greyness. I suppose you can take either the 'nope old laws still apply let's get stoning' OR 'everyone's saved yay' approach. Which is sort of both the good thing and bad thing.

I dunno. As I say, just my understanding of it. I'm hardly a master theologan.

Edit: You know what, disregard - the guy below said it far better.

Is anybody else just sad at this point? submitted by turtlesareNotevil to whatever

DanikaCutter 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago

Suffering's just part of getting on with it. Bit like how in history you see a pattern of people getting shit on progressively harder over time and eventually sorting it out (usually with a bunch of variably judicious deaths). If everything seems really bad I tend to roll with it and try to look to the good. You do what you can.