someone else mentioned that and I totally agree. That is a fair criticism
Do the ol switcharoo (have someone order one to your specifications then add anything additional to it)?
Dammit I was over at LHN and missed all of this?!?!?!
How about Trump - Saul/Paul
I don't consider myself a big government type. Wouldn't a big government type want the government to know everything, including what they were doing? Seems a bit backward to me.
This is my favorite scientific reply from
You're looking for an escort? Now that backpage is gone I think you'll have to drive around keeping your eyes open. If you see one winking at you as you drive by a helluva good chance she's a working girl.
Absolutely. Goes without saying.
One drop, everyone loses their minds:( :(
Standing in your convictions is done in varying ways...some delusional, others based in well thought out, contemplated/quantified facts, truths & realities. Knowing and being able to recognize the difference helps immeasurably. Some folks you agree to disagree with you honor & respect...others you pity. Recognizing the varied shades of grey between black & white is often an exercise in holding oneself accountable for awareness of what you do NOT know and providing for that reality. I find the more effusive, crazed a person gets in a debate/disagreement, is often indicative of how the point you may be making strikes the intended target. I don't need others to agree...I put more value on another's ability/willingness to listen & hear other POV. I also have more respect for those who at least flat out say to my face that they disagree than those who pretend otherwise or remain silent rather than take a stand one way or the other. JMO
Me to boss: I'm not seeing a LinkedIn account for us. I'm going to create one, unless you know if we have one or not.
"Unconscious rocks turning conscious" defies basic principle of cause and effect, or reality being observed, where logic or good reason is based upon.
Those, yes. But that's universally evil! :P
It is invalid on so many accounts.
Good call, I'm along the same lines but I will teach them (well am), that St. Nicholas was a real Bishop in Turkey, that he started the tradition of gift giving on the day of Christ's mass, and therefore tradition is bad ass...
Not exactly. GOD came into the earth in the shoes of HIS son to bail HIS son out of hell. HE needed the very system of the earth and death to tag HIM, or recognise HIM as Adam (H.E), to take HIS sons place as the seed that had to die to bring forth much fruit (John 12:24)
1. is he gay? cause that sounds like something a gay man would say.
Your idea that suffering is trivial or non-existent in rural life is fascinating, as well as your belief that rural folks lack empathy. As one who has lived the city life and the rural life and the suburban life, and having lived overseas among Greek Orthodox and Turkish Muslims, I can plainly see that *you* are the one who needs exposure to the real world.
So this wasn't about whether he could legally discriminate against gays?
" I am sending him?who is my very heart?back to you. 13 I would have liked to keep him with me so that he could take your place in helping me while I am in chains for the gospel. 14 But I did not want to do anything without your consent, so that any favor you do would not seem forced but would be voluntary. 15 Perhaps the reason he was separated from you for a little while was that you might have him back forever? 16 no longer as a slave, but better than a slave, as a dear brother. He is very dear to me but even dearer to you, both as a fellow man and as a brother in the Lord."
I know. It makes zero sense.
Yes, business owners do, however that shouldn't matter. Because the business itself is not the business owner. And that business owner has a business license ensuring it is following the law.
I hate the 'how can there be a god with all the suffering in the world" argument. I prefer the 'no evidence' argument. Suffering in the world is too easily explained by the hypothetical existence of a deist god.
I'm not at all surprised about that.
The natural course of humans is to move away from believing in God?
11,300 infants die each year in the US.
Shhh, he only likes to be referred to as Big Dick at the sunday service in his kids mosque.
yes, the consequences for wearing the wrong cloth is death by stoning
I didn't see anything convincing...