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Clare 7 month s ago
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Babs 7 month s ago
What's up with the BCE/CE? Has BC/AD been cancelled too?
       
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Hez 7 month s ago
Babs,

Only right-wing "christians" still use bc/ad. The world has been using BCE/CE for centuries.
       
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Yulan 7 month s ago
Hez,

So you're also offended by the names of the days of the week and their religious origins?
       
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Deborah 7 month s ago
Babs,

Yeah... We have been using BCE (Before Common Era) and CE (Common Era) for a looooot longer than "cancelled" was a thing because most people just aren't Christian.
And if you don't like that people have their own religion, or don't believe in anything, bad luck. Welcome to the free world.
       
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Sal 7 month s ago
Deborah,

Sooooo...what event marks the demarcation between BCE and CE? If only there were already a convenient reference point.
       
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Trix 7 month s ago
Deborah,
The world is free, you are not, since you have to live upon governmen't money. haha poor boi.
       
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Trix 7 month s ago
#16 based on the gold and ivory statue of Athena and definitely not some marble statue of 300 AD. As for the color part, it is true. When SOB elgin came and stole the statues from Parthenon he had the color removed because in his stupid colonial german-origin mind, they were not white enough. F barbarian.
       
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