Haha yeah, sounds like him all right. But he has at least been honest about being a hypocrite and an asshole. I respect that. I have no problems with his decisions, I just don’t enjoy his content that much anymore.
I do like the fact that he still offers a few counter-culture opinions I don’t see ANYWHERE else.
Did we ever discuss that? Man he’s gotten popular. I was watching him back when he had long hair and was ranting in the garage lol. Now he’s trying to be Phillip DeFranco or any of the other suave gelled hair faux-news guys. Quick cuts and lame jokes.
But I’m going to have to agree with Dani’s interpretation of the FAQ and her decision in this case.
The FAQ states:
“Help.com is not a religious website and it is not affiliated with any religious group. However, Help.com is as appropriate a forum as any for general questions about religion, or questions that ask for a religious perspective on a problem. We welcome people who are inspired by their faith to help others and we recognize that many people find solutions through spirituality. At the same time, Help.com attempts to balance this with an equal recognition of everyone’s right to not have religious philosophy forced upon them.
As a courtesy to our international community, we encourage Help.com users to follow guidelines for mentions of religion in their questions and replies.
•Don’t hide your faith, just avoid the “hard sell” of actually proselytizing and quoting scripture with the intent of winning converts.
•Never attack other religious faiths, or a person’s lack of spirituality.
•Never condemn anyone else’s behavior or life choices in religious terms, unless that other person clearly indicates they are open to hearing religious judgment.
•Limit suggesting religious solutions for problems to only posts where the original writer of a question has indicated an openness to discussing spirituality.”
With that being said, I don’t think the reply you reported broke any rules.