There may be good reasons to believe leprechauns do not exist, but you cannot prove they do not exist anywhere in the universe.
Awe, that's such a cute story!??
"Scientism" is a term largely used by creationists who purposefully choose to be ignorant about science.
No, on behalf of His life and teachings. Sorry bud, mythicism is incoherent crankery.
Benghaziiiiii! Emailzzzz! And stuff.
No... there is no game cause Hamas threaten the team.....
I did a quick google, first result is huffpo, which shouldn't exactly be a swamp of conservative propoganda.
I feel Obama had an opportunity to show strength and did not. It was a different person in the position in the EU at that time though.
No, I am not in denial. Saying that your assertions have nothing to back them up but your opinion is called a rejection, not a denial. :)
If he liked both genders, he is likely bisexual. Most people fall in the bi range
I awoke to the internet this morning full of posts about Yanny. I have no idea what it's about...
I've read it cover to cover myself, even all the begats. There are large portions of it that still appall me, disgust me, bemuse me, frighten me.
No, no it did not. Christianity was allowed in Muslims lands at the time, they had full rights. It was not unknown for Chrsitans and Muslims to share a place of worship. The "aggression" hd stopped 200 years before hand. It was a bid for the church to regain power after its spit.
How did they do that, and why on Earth would they protect someone who stole their data "without their knowledge or consent"
Excuse me, pardon
The 'legislation' obviously couldn't give belief in a creator as a justification for unalienable human rights, but the Declaration of Independence could?
You'd think an omnipotent omniscient god would be smart enough to say, "This next story is figurative." Or "This story is literal."
yeah, yeah. a whole bunch of righteous indignation that misses the point.
Mmmmm ty ??
This is so sad... Bourdain was god-like to me. Kitchen Confidential was easily one of the most entertaining and true-to-life books I have ever read. My first professional life was in restaurants and my experience paralleled Tony's in that regard. We both went up the ladder in the same fashion, starting as dishwashers and ending as executive chefs. That being said, in the restaurant world, you bear witness to the worst of society while dealing with extremely stressful situations. I might have gone the same way as Tony had I not got out. It took my wife threatening divorce for me to leave...
I agree. I've never taken it out of the box. I was told it was an auto and that's why it stopped. There is a card wrapped in leather and an owners manual (I think), in the box.
You better tell Trump. It's his main pattern.
She was being facetious, since a lot of rapists get off without serving any time.
That's the evolution of society and the laws they approve. Laws can be and should be challenged. WE need to bring to light what we want and then we should all get the chance to vote whether or not we want it passed. So, again, I defer to the law.
Correct. I?m not the arbiter of who is and who isn?t a Christian.
He brought in on himself with a very public refusal to pay and a contemptuous attitude towards the law.
"It is a private thing anyway" Sure, in America you can choose to share it or not share it.
Yep. It's the interpretations that are vital to us, not the facts.