Thorwald wrote: tyciol wrote:
Or do you mean TFI and LDS are affiliated? Never heard of that in the slightest. They seem pretty discrete to me.
Dude. Who are you? Of course TFI and LDS are not affiliated. Everyone who was ever a member knows this. You obviously are/were never a member.
I never implied they were affiliated, I implied the opposite, and was confused at my interpretation of a Winter's statement I thought might be claiming it, where he asked if Mormonism and TFI were related. Did I misinterpret that? A relation is simply an affiliation which is not overt, perhaps I bumbled the semantics but that's it. So you can't draw upon that as ammunition to call me ignorant of the organization. Nor would ignorance of the organization imply someone were not a member (it is likely many members do not know of the inner workings). That aside I've never claimed to be a former member, and I will tell you: I'm not. I'm just someone who is interested in the truth of what has happened and want to clarify the information I have studied in the wiki about this organization. Is that a problem? It says 'a forum about X' not 'a forum only for ex-X-members'.
winter wrote: tyciol wrote:
Anyway, having never tried heroin, I wouldn't know about such comparisons. I don't really have any desire to smoke pot or live like a chimp either. Humans live better than chimps after all.
Ideally, polygamy could occur with a woman and multiple men in addition to the standard form of one man and multiple women. Or maybe if you were bi or something you could have multiples of both genders. Just all live in some huge house.
I dunno... Kinda sounds like chimps to me.
If you can't see the similarities between intoxicants and sex, then I really don't have anything else to say to you.
I can see the similarities. I am simply unable to compare sex or heroin, having experienced neither. I would expect different people would have differences in their biological reactions to the experience and the drug, depending on their physiologies and the 'grade/purity' of both of them as well. You said a study called orgasms and heroin equivilent. I was questioning whether or not they would be equivilent, meaning equal. Questioning equality is not identical to denying similarity.