Okay, but there?s where development comes in. Companies & even individuals would be far more willing to spend money on advancing that kind of tech if more people showed interest.
Cavs sank like a rock
Wow , 91 , you are soooo blessed to have had your Daddy so long . I lost both my parents by the time I was 30 , Give him an extra kiss from me .
I prefer Laughing Man.
Here at work one very nice gentleman... (pity I do not date coworkers) brings in StarSchmucks brand coffee. He makes one pot a day and ties a paper towel on the handle to tell the world that the first cup is his... Hehhehehehe He sometimes does not get a cup EVEN though he made the pot. whew is that stuff expensive... I felt bad and bought him 2 bags last week. His B'day is next week. An anonymous birthday bunny will leave a "present" on his desk...
Sorta sounds like the Kennedy family.
The Catholic Church has done more to help the sick and the poor than all the billionaires and governments combined.
Liberals looove the word "science", so I'm prepared to discuss some
Oh see, I liked that. Hehe.
That you shouldn't eat pepperoni pizza before going to bed... :)))
My path seems to be the same as every other atheist I've met. At first, I believed in the tooth fairy, Santa Claus, and God. I had "proof" of the first two, and God was a family tradition. Of course the first two eventually evaporated and all that was left was God. But as I sat in church, and listened to preacher preach about the bible and God, I started reading all the other scriptures that weren?t highlighted. I started seeing contradictions and hypocrisy. I discovered prayer doesn?t work if you pray for something that?s non-ambiguous. I discovered that while proof of God is offered throughout the bible, no one can replicate those proofs today. I learned of OTHER religions, with their own gods. And they too were saying that THEIR god was the one. I learned of gods that came and went. Then I started learning about the HISTORY of the religions, how they were created, how they?ve changed, etc. Through the study of history, we can see that mankind has invented gods over and over again to explain the unknown, or give a placebo of comfort when there was nothing else they could do. As mankind became more knowledgeable, they no longer needed Thor to be the cause of lightning. Or Poseidon to be the cause of ocean storms.
I live in a suburb of Washington DC, and I NEVER lock my doors. Never have.
I'm angry. So very angry. I'm fuming. Steamed, I tell you. And misunderstood!
In the list of myths, there are some baseless assumptions (that Jesus didn't exist, for example), but there are some points that are not so distant from the historical actuality.
Old friend of mine got her tubes tied by the doc she was a nurse for. She ended up getting pregnant. It was not a pleasant exchange.
Yet he's not the one who claims this. The authors of the Bible claim Jesus claimed they heard someone who was there when Jesus claimed this.
Is he the inventor of the shaving instrument?
Maybe he'll narrate his trial. "It was then Morgan knew he had done something terribly wrong. But there were more skirts to lift and boobs to grab. He'd apologize another day."
An ostrich figure with head in the sand would fit better to illustrate your position.
That complaint swings both ways.
Disagree. I give her about a year. Few former leaders stick around to witness the ruination when their name can earn so much more on the talk circuit or oublic sector Joe Clark was an exception, but he had a special kind of class that is rare.
refutation is my preferred method. my thesis is that people are all the same and religion is changeable. that has been borne out by history. i also believe that attempts to paint one religion or group of people as fundamentally flawed or unchangeable to be intentionally divisive and meant to argue for conflict
You need to get on that lol
Why do militant atheists demand that the government represent their religion?