*sighs* Really? Is it that I just don't care or what? I say that all religions have their zealots, and always will. Religions will never get along with each other, and there will always be violence because of this. I personally say oh well, you can agree to disagree or just leave each other alone. I mean, if it's not us in the past it's the Muslims now, and who knows, maybe for some reason Buddhists will somehow go completely against their current beliefs and turn violent in the future. Personally, though my experiences are brief and far from highly encompassing, I think that if I was to ever become religious, I would choose Judaism or become a Muslim, because the members of these religions have shown and promoted more understanding and acceptance than any Christian I have ever met. I live in the south of the United States, in my opinion one of the most "religious" yet prejudiced areas in the States if not the world, and I would never be a Christian with a vast majority of the ones I have met here. Having family in the northern sections of the States, I would also say I wouldn't be a Christian with them either, as they only seem to see religion worth practicing during the religious holidays, such as Easter and Christmas. I believe everyone has the right to practice what religion they want, where ever they want, within reasonable standards. By reasonable though, I don't mean not within an area that people believe they shouldn't be, I mean like in absurd areas such as the middle of the street. I personally believe if they wanted to build a religious building at ground zero, then if support is strong enough for it that funds are raised, then it should be built, no matter what the religion. I know that people are going to flame, as they always do, no matter what the subject. I find it humorous that people can actually argue as hard as whether the PS3 is as good as the XBox 360 as they can about which religion is right. I personally believe all religions are wrong in that they make people divided. I think that they are good in that they give hope though.