• Soldier 1: "What year is it?"
Soldier 1: "What does B.C. stand for?"
Soldier 2: "Before Christ"
Soldier 1: "Who is Christ?"
Soldier 2: "I don't have a f**king clue"
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    • Imagine being so legit that they changed the direction of the calendar after your birth
      tweb 2 aug
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    • Fuck CE and BCE all my homies hate academic revisionism
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    • This made me laugh
      BiggD240 2 aug
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    • B.C. stands for "Big Cocks".
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    • The virgin “common era” vs The Chad “In the Year of Our Lord”
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    • BC does stand for Before Christ, but AD stands for Anno Domini which means "in the year of our Lord"
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    • Well everyone back then knew the BC stood for big cocks they just didn’t know why it was counting down.
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    • Idk how the people in biblical days didn’t believe in Christ? Like you were born in 30 BC. And you didn’t stop to think once 0 BC came that maybe there was actually a Christ? People are idiots yo
      weirdo43 3 aug
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    • If you use “BCE” you’re going to hell.
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    • What marks the common era. The life of Jesus. The most influential person in history. Lolz
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    • Before 2012 it has been originally called B.C for millenniums. They recently changed it to B.C.E because people got offended.
      Mention 2 aug
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    • When you see someone use bce and ce instead of the chad bc and ad
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    • Atheists were so triggered by BC and AD that they “invented” BCE and CE even though they end and begin at the same time and still revolve around Jesus
      Beight 3 aug
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    • Unpopular opinion but BCE sucks, I don't got time to say that.
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    • Jesus Christ is the prophesied one,the seed of the woman,the voice in the burning bush,the great I AM,The Judge and the law giver,the lion of Judah of the seed of David,the Alpha and Omega,the First and the Last,the mediator between God and man,the coming King who will reign with ultimate power.
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    • The romans used "Ab Urbe Condita" (AUC) which is "from the founding of the city (of Rome)" ex 200 bc would be 553auc.
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    • Go ahead and call it BCE. The date is still based off the birth of Christ. We still win 😎
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    • Imagine being a bitch and making a deal about using BCE instead of BC
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    • AD doesn’t stand for after death. It’s anno domini. It pretty much means the birth of Jesus
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    • real question tho. what were the years before we created the new calendar system? like wtf did the roman empire use to count the years?
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    • People new about the coming of christ looooong before. Just they didn't count the years like that. In america, natives went by the time they started using judges instead of kings. Before that it was since their ancestors left Jerusalem.
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    • “We’ll find out in 50 years are you even paying attention?”
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    • They went by the year of the king by then and then stopped when the King of kings was born.
      KiIIary 2 aug
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    • What would they have used as a time frame? I’m probably being stupid but I genuinely can’t remember the roman’s calendar system
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    • The BC stands for Boston College, my 27th favorite D1 university!
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    • Before our year system they used years since the founding of Rome in the then sprawling roman empire.
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    • libtards are destroying the 2000 year old history of the greatest man ever to walk the earth by calling it BCE
      smallnig 4 aug
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    • They would've been going off the Jewish calendar right?
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    • Bardock- WHAT YEAR IS IT?!?!?
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    • They didn’t have years, some were still using, moons, winters, like “I’ve been through many winters”
      _Paul 3 aug
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    • I'm not even christian but changing BC to BCE was a stupid desision. All the snowflakes got offended at the fact that Christians held significant power in the world so the years were based off Christ. Now 1 "CE" just HAPPENS to be the birth year of Jesus.
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    • Did they have a set year in place before Christ? Like, to them was it like, the year 261 and there was just a reset that nobody knew about?
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    • Jewel 2 aug
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    • Big red vs blue vibes
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    • I'm glad that the sham called religion is dying out and we corrected that years bull shit to BCE and CE I sted of BC and AD
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    • A.D is Anno Domini but idk wtf that means
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    • other religions getting shit on because the world uses years determined by death of christ
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    • I never had belief in christ cause in the pictures he was white
      VaIid 2 aug
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    • During the year when it switched to CE everyone started searching for Christ
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    • Do the peeps that were before jesus since they didnt know who god was and stuff do they go to hell for not believing
      _noonER_ 2 aug
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    • What's the point of the whole BC AD thing? Why not just start the common era from the dawn of humanity and call the years from then on?
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    • kanep0e 3 aug
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    • It stands for Be Cause
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    • Quit hoping for thot nudes and join a cause you horny fucks
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    • Isn’t another one that’s used “BCE” and “CE” for “before common era” and “common era”?
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    • Jesus christ ifunny will get pissed over literally anything. You guys are legit mad that people use BCE now instead of BC? Why do you care honestly?
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    • “Before common era” actually but religion got its own fun with B.C over B.C.E
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    • It bce for common era, we fucked of with that religious bs in science
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    • Thats why we use BCE.
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    • Before common era
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    • Paganism is better than Christianity
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    • It's actually BCE, and it stands for Before Common Era. Common mistake
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    • It’s BCE now, before common Era.
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    • Jesus is a hoe
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    • It’s BCE and CE. Before common era and common era.
      Nutcheck 2 aug
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    • Before common era
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    • Its actually BCE meaning Before Common Era
      awitt 2 aug
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    • CE and BCE > BC and AD
      Duhky 6 aug
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    • He’s a magician that’s gonna shake things up. Also he looks like a stoner
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    • Fun fact about Romans they kept track of years from the founding of Rome or in the Roman Republic it was by whoever the consuls (co-presidents) were
      evalater 6 aug
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    • That my little dolphins is how it started.
      TR0GD0R 6 aug
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    • Ah exactly. That's the realist. Shit ever.
      Ax1218 5 aug
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    • B.c is measured with a 2,000 year degree of error
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    • Imagine being in year 4 like fuck do you do for fun? Not even bread was invented yet
      backally 5 aug
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    • Life sucked Before Combat Evolved
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    • Well scientifically it's BCE or before common era
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    • Before Common Era
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    • *cough* BCE
      Artavia 5 aug
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    • "Uni-verse" means "Single Spoken Sentence".
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    • Drake and Josh be like...
      phoney06 5 aug
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    • I remember when I was working at ATT and my boss told me that Samsung or something was making a phone where you buy the parts and put it together yourself, and then you can keep switching out pieces as they come out. This was about 6 years ago.
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    • I prefer BC and AD but I think it’s silly to flip shit over BCE and CE
      jac238 5 aug
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    • If B.C. is supposed to be “Before Christ” and A.D. is supposed to be “After Death”...what’s the period while he was alive called? D.C? “During Christ”?
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    • it’s BCE in schools because it was before common error, your god doesn’t exist and life is meaningless
      snvjsj 5 aug
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    • Ha. Get it. God isn’t real
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    • The Jews were looking for their messiah. Messiah means Christ. Soldiers would have known.
      mrxxxx 5 aug
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    • How would they know Christ is a person
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    • Christ means Messiah
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    • Imagine being a butthurt atheist and you have to live each day in relating to when Christ was born
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    • Ever wonder why were here?
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    • what did they refer to in regards to time?
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    • God was invented by man. Its a fairy tale. Im sure we were created by something. But not one being that can turn water into wine out if thin air. Most likely an alien race that created us.
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    • God was created by man. A fairytale
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    • Im not even white lol.
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    • actually if u religious fucktards have a brain the correct version to use is BCE because no one gives diddlysquat about christ
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    • So there was an earth and people on it before christ? Before he created himself so he could create the earth? Makes a lot of sense
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    • Check mate Christian's. Your move
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    • BCE before common era
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    • Lol imagine thinking BCE doesn’t stand for Before Common Era
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    • Real talk I used to think A. D meant after dinosaurs as a kid
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    • Question: BC, does this work like negative numbers? Like it’s 50 BC now next year it’s 49 BC then 48BC?
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    • The Christ was prophesied years before Jesus came though. It was said that He would come. And when he did, it was so influential that it exploded which is why Christianity is so huge.
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    • Imagine what those two guys actually called it!? like is it year 37 F.D. Or 1728 L.B.L??
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