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Quote# 84101

I don't believe I could recommend this as a strategy for most men, but it is surely educational to learn that raping and killing a woman is demonstrably more attractive to women than behaving like a gentleman. And women, before all the inevitable snowflaking commences, please note that there is absolutely nothing to argue about here. It is an established empirical fact.

I would go so far to argue that if you are being introduced to a woman you find attractive, she will be more attracted to you if you slap her in the face without warning and walk away without explanation than if you smile and tell her that you are very pleased to meet her. Now this, being a mere hypothesis, can be argued. And tested, if you're feeling especially scientific this weekend.

[Emphasis added]

Vox Day, Vox Popoli 201 Comments [10/3/2011 3:02:57 PM]
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Submitted By: Night Jaguar
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Quote# 121762

Willingly drinking milk after the age of 5 is a self-drag. Especially if you’re black. Our Afrikan biology is different & was not made to digest the milk of Babylon. No wonder there is homosexuality & feminism among Afrikan peoples.

Angelaslayvis, Tumblr 38 Comments [9/26/2016 3:06:59 AM]
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Submitted By: Ivurm
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Quote# 121812

How dare you label Trump as a narcissist and his followers as sociopaths? Who do you think you are? Your comments are nothing but left-wing talking points, and you're in extreme denial about your own candidate.

Anyone with half a brain knows that Hillary should definitely have been indicted, at the very least, but, of course, the fix was in at the DOJ to prevent this from happening. Just what exactly do you think was Bill Clinton's goal for meeting privately with Loretta Lynch just 2 days before FBI's interrogation of Hillary? And, Lynch's choice of leaving the decision up to the FBI as to whether to indict was only a part of the whole plan to let Hillary off the hook.

We all know that if any other government employee were to set up an unsecured email system in his/her home involving the flow of classified information, and who deliberately erased emails with pertinent government and FOIA requested information would without doubt be indicted and prosecuted.

This illegal email system is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the Clintons. The recent discovery of numerous "pay for play" scenarios involving the Clinton Foundation and Hillary while serving as SOS is extremely disturbing, and I believe there is much more to follow.

Without venturing into the Benghazi lies and cover-up situation on the part of Hillary, I have to ask how you can support a candidate who is so dishonest and corrupt? What is wrong with you? Do you really want this person to return such illegal activities to the White House? If so, you are truly living without morals of any kind.

In closing, I would like to share that I have a Master’s Degree in Counseling, and, therefore, am much more knowledgeable than the average person about the various mental disorders as outlined in the DSMV. My experience tells me that Hillary is the one with the personality disorder, as she definitely qualifies under each and every measurement of Narcissism. Just to educate you, I’ve outlined these measurements below:

- Belief that you're special and more important than others
- Fantasies about power, success and attractiveness
- Failure to recognize others' needs and feelings
- Exaggeration of achievements or talent
- Expectation of constant praise and admiration
- Arrogance
- Unreasonable expectations of favors and advantages, often taking advantage of others
- Envy of others or belief that others envy you

These are all classic Clintonian principles. As far as I’m concerned, anyone planning to vote for Hillary is choosing the most flawed, dishonest, and corrupt candidate in the history of the U.S. If this is what the Democrat party has come to represent, we have no choice but to elect Trump as our next President, as he stands for all the good things our nation was founded on: freedom, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

nanablan, The Atlantic 38 Comments [9/29/2016 3:50:48 AM]
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Quote# 121815

The God-damned public school system

I meant that in God’s terms (I don’t cuss), meaning that the public school system is indeed damned (condemned) by God Almighty according to His Word. He is a million miles away from this Communist, brainwashing, New World Order, Illuminati-pushing pile of Devil’s excrement.

Yes I use strong language because I’m not going to pussyfoot around and praise something that has indoctrinated and programmed MY CHILDREN, MY FLESH AND BLOOD, into thinking like rainbow flag waving robots. They had a precious few years in a Christian environment, but as soon as they got out, they were sucked into the Devil’s toilet bowl of deceit and they chose to abandon their Godly upbringing. Yes, it was THEIR CHOICE, but I swannee, sometimes I wish God would MAKE us like robots about certain things. But that won’t happen, as He has given every one of us a free will to choose. Sorry to say but that power has been MUCH abused, especially over the past 30 years.

kingjameswriter1965, I Hate The Internet But I Love Jesus 13 Comments [9/29/2016 4:40:29 PM]
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Quote# 121808

Are Witches Spiritually Smarter Than Christians?

The problem with many Christians is that they think on such a sub-basic level - just downright idiotic - and therefore they have absolutely NO spiritual power.

This is why people in the church tend to gravitate to psychics, astrology, reiki healing, vision boards, I AM declarations, the Secret, yoga and tantric sex practices.

Knowledgeable and high-level witches and occultists understand that spirituality is very elite and consist of many complex levels. Which is why they practice and stay faithful to their craft. Even Satanists and warlocks are very diligent, faithful and committed to the dark side as well. They go to demon church; and observe all their demonic feast holidays.

However, when it comes to the average Christian - who REALLY has access to the most supreme and righteous power that can trump any devil - you can't get them to consistently read the Bible, nor even try to keep a lifestyle consistent with biblical standards.

The average Christian is so weak that even their 'Amens' are useless and fall on deaf ears. Their prayers go unanswered and they are always sickly and mentally impoverished.

The average Christian is fat, sloppy, full of lust, and can't stop playing with themselves. They are always looking for the next sin thrill.

The Body of Christ is sick. And in any sick body, the immune system (aka the Holy Spirit) cleans and heals the body; removing and ejecting all that sickens and weakens it; limbs will fall off because of rottenness (like gangrene); hence why you have to chop off such limbs. (reference Matthew 7:17-19; John 15:2-6)

Make sure you're not rejected by the Holy Spirit. And take this message as a serious warning.

Revelation 3:15-17, "I know your works, that you are neither cold nor hot. I could wish you were cold or hot. So then, because you are lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will VOMIT you out of My mouth. Because you say 'I am rich, have become wealthy, and have need of nothing' - and do not know that you are wretched, miserable, poor, blind and naked..."

It's a sobering thought that a 'Satanist' can have a real encounter with Jesus Christ, and COMPLETELY and immediately walk away from SIN and commit their whole lives to Jesus Christ right at that moment - hence why Jesus said it's better for you to be COLD!

Too many of you lukewarm Christians take the Word of God for a joke hence why you will never get salvation, and why Jesus said he will reject you - if he hasn't rejected you already.

Nya Nya Jo, Eden Decoded 26 Comments [9/29/2016 3:49:25 AM]
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Quote# 121797

A church in Thornton, Colorado has come under fire after court documents revealed this week that it failed to report a pastor’s sexual abuse to police because it believed the problem could be solved with “biblical counseling.”

Local news station KDVR reports that Pastor Robert Wyatt repeatedly had sexual intercourse with a 12-year-old girl who was parishioner at the Agape Bible Church in Thornton. What’s even more disturbing about this case, however, is the fact that court documents show church officials knew about Wyatt’s sexual abuse and did nothing.

According to an arrest affidavit for Wyatt, both head pastor Darrell Ferguson and the 12-year-old girl’s adoptive parents agreed that it would be best to not go to the police because they were concerned about what would happen to Wyatt.

Instead, the affidavit claims, the church and the parents agreed that “biblical counseling they would receive through the church was sufficient” to fixing the problem.

The officer who interviewed the girl’s adoptive father said that the man “made it clear his interest was in protecting the church and its reputation more than protecting his daughter.”

Police only learned about the pastor’s abuse because another parishioner told them about it after being disgusted by the church’s inaction.

Agape Bible Church, Raw Story 29 Comments [9/27/2016 6:22:55 PM]
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Submitted By: Demon Duck of Doom
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Quote# 102190

Many people say that women who don’t work aren’t contributing to society; the kind of society I grew up in, which was a wonderful place for both children and the elderly, and for a lot of women too, is not possible without large numbers of unemployed women.

I am a pampered unemployed wife, and I don’t even have children :) I have met with a great deal of social disapproval for not working, but that is why I don’t work: hell will freeze over before I will take orders from feminists. My husband isn’t rich-we live in a modest home in a working class area-but I was straight with him from the beginning about not wanting to work, and he seems to be fine with it. I will say this, though: my husband works from home, which means that he and I are almost always together. Because of this, I don’t have to grapple with the kind of social isolation that most housewives face: I don’t think I could deal with that.

Anyway, the point is, housewives are not and were not an upper class or even a middle class thing: for a period of time, at least, in America, it was a near universal thing, and it could be argued that life was a lot better for a lot of people including a lot of women during that time.

Judithann Campbell, Bodycrimes 35 Comments [8/2/2014 4:06:16 AM]
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Quote# 121810

(Responding to story "Prospective Jurors Conflicted in Trial of Man Accused of Helping Ex-Lesbian Flee Country With Daughter"):

You are entitled to a trial by a jury of your peers, but only such peers as are liars or perverts that offer daily sacrifices at the altar of compromise, whose commitment to the holy and just laws decreed in the religion duly established by congress, nay by decree of the executive order his holy self (pbuh), is beyond reproach.

Martin Smit, Christian News Network 11 Comments [9/29/2016 3:50:33 AM]
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Quote# 121803

The Economy is in for a rough ride because if people have no money they cannot buy.
A piece of bread could buy a bag of God. The poor in our Country have had their benefits cut and the Government lie in their false claims of what people actually receive.

If God suddenly decided to remove the food chain where would they be?

We are being undermined by the Government. As a believer God owns everything.

Sassy, Religion and Ethics 37 Comments [9/28/2016 2:36:08 AM]
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Submitted By: Nearly Sane
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Quote# 121199

Trans men transition to escape female oppression. Trans women transition because the thought of being subjected to female oppression turns them on.

Tightbra, Tumblr 24 Comments [8/19/2016 7:56:30 PM]
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Submitted By: Ivurm
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Quote# 121809

(Responding to story "Canadian Pastor Ordered to Allow Gay-Straight Alliances at his Christian Schools"):

“If you don’t comply with the law, then there are consequences,” he said, in that queer affected voice with which he chooses to speak. “I’m not sure how many more opportunities school boards need to be given.” He was lying though. He is actually sure: no more chances. He wants unfettered access right now to freely trawl the Christian school for beautiful and innocent virgins to groom for his insatiable appetite. Hand over those children, or we will do worse to you than we intend for them.

Martin Smit, Christian News Network 13 Comments [9/29/2016 3:49:35 AM]
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Submitted By: Jocasta
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Quote# 121801

Russian women achieved the vote in 1917. Criticize them as you will – and I do – the Bolsheviks early on inserted equity feminism into the foundations of Russian society. This was a generation or two ahead of similar developments in the West. And it was a good thing. Today Russian women get paid more relative to men than in America or Britain, probably because spending a fortune on a Womyn’s Studies degree and then ranting about the “global patriarchy” at Jezebel or The Guardian when they find out no-one wants to hire (or marry) them isn’t a commonly accepted lifestyle choice.

When American women started demanding more rights many of them embraced gender feminism as the solution. Unlike equity feminism, which corresponds to classical liberal notions of legal equality, gender feminists want to feminize men and institute matriarchy. Matriarchy is of course an oxymoron and in practice means rule by alpha males, coupled with wanton repression of beta males (achieved in the West via alimony law, “rape culture”, harassment lawsuits, etc). Alpha males don’t take shit from feminists and as women they admire them; respectable betas follow the rules, as is their wont, and get shafted for their troubles, because no woman can truly respect a man who submits to her whims.

What you have then is complete social dysfunction, as a result of what is a deeply reactionary and anti-human ideology. It is ironic that (real) Marxism shielded Russia and the rest of Eastern Europe from the much more ruinous scourge that is cultural Marxism.

Anatoly Karlin, akarlin 19 Comments [9/28/2016 2:32:55 AM]
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Quote# 121792

On the contrary, people who support the gay community and fellowship with them are in rebellion against God.

We are instructed to keep away from those who wantonly break God's law. Paul openly labeled homosexuals as individuals who are filled with all manner of wickedness, envy, deceit, and disobedience.

Are we to be friends with such people? Are we to give our approval and support to them? No.

Christians like you really frustrate me, because you're sitting here preaching from the hilltops something that is altogether unbiblical, and against God's will. And before you bring up the Messiah eating and drinking with sinners, please read the verse:

Mark 2:17 When the Messiah heard it, He saith unto them, They that are whole have no need of the physician, but they that are sick: I came not to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance.?

He was there to lead them out of darkness and into light, to heal them and bring them out of a life of sin. Not to support and subsidize their wanton mental depravities. He was acting as a doctor, not a long lost buddy.

twinserk, Christian Forums 37 Comments [9/27/2016 5:34:03 PM]
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Quote# 121746

The taboo of all taboos, as far as our society is concerned, is that of adults engaging in specific sexual activity with children. We recognize that even people who consider themselves open-minded about sexuality might come down on us pretty hard for raising this issue.
Are we discussing these things in order to find justification for adult-child sexual activity? The reader will have to make up his or her own mind as to our motives. We are not raising this issue to offend anyone or to propose such activity, but it is critical to remember that we discussed earlier the difficulty of drawing a clear line between childhood and adulthood from a cultural/historical point of view. We then pointed out that in reality children are sexual adults at puberty.
It must also be said that in older cultures, before children began to be regarded as excessively fragile and in need of a kind of care that has reached pampering stages in our culture, sex between "adults" and "children" was not at all uncommon. Marriages between very young girls and much older men have been common throughout history in many cultures. I say this without passing any particular value judgment on the wisdom of such unions.
It should also be noted that both religious and social rules and laws on this issue are culturally conditioned and not God-given. Among all the sex laws of the Old Testament, for example, so far as I know there is not even one on the subject of what we would call adult-child sex.
Is the whole religious, social and legal pattern, which so severely stigmatizes adult/child sex, really an improvement on the patterns of the past? We might wonder in the light of the practices of other cultures and the silence of the Scriptures.

Bill Paris, 24 Comments [9/23/2016 4:00:33 AM]
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Quote# 121807

But my calculations are spot on...they are constantly checked and rechecked...they have provided all we know about science today...but I have put those calculations into a new order...prompted by the Holy Bible....and I think you know what they are telling me and that is the same as I am telling you. That beneath all this visible stuff is an invisible material that drifted around an invisible dimension before it all erupted and created everything we now accept as reality.

It's best to simply accept that Almighty God is the owner of all this material and all this science because Jesus Christ is our only salvation...Now Satan avoids Jesus like the plague so I suggest he doesn't loiter anywhere near Jesus' accurate teaching though he fuels his Rolls Royce at the pumps of iniquity.

NicholasMarks, Religion and Ethics 12 Comments [9/29/2016 3:49:10 AM]
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Submitted By: Nearly Sane
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Quote# 121773

"Metaxas could try the same argument against the similarly well tested science theory - process description - of general relativity" - by Torbjorn Larsson

.. like BIGBANG turning matter conscious, and Evolution turning iguana into Chinese, Einstein's Relativity Theory is also False Science because it is based on ILLUSIONS of spacetime... in other words, Einstein's Realtivity is also a DELUSIONAL THEORY that is corrupting real science education..

in the real world, time and space are not matter, not energy, nor spirit, and so, DO NOT EXIST.... these are just measuring tools invented by men where numbers are assigned to these illusions of time or space to measure illusionary duration and illusionary space... nothing more..

if you can prove that time is real existence, then bring us "bottles of yesterdays and barrels of tomorrows" , it could be a good energy drink...

are you trying to be funny ?

freewill.IS.liberty, cnsnews,com 24 Comments [9/27/2016 8:43:57 AM]
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Quote# 121764

If GOD tells a man he must marry an unmarried woman that he has raped and support her the rest of her life, and then tells the woman she must marry him and let him support her until the day she dies, I would suggest they do exactly what GOD commands them to do.

Again, when I first saw this law, for an instant it seemed harsh to me. Now that I know GOD and HIS power, I also know that HE is THE BOSS. You know, today’s women rape very easy. They may look like angels, but they’re not. I’ve met many of them that look like angels that I found to be liars and devils.

Tony Alamo, Tony Alamo Christian Ministries 44 Comments [9/26/2016 3:09:54 AM]
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Quote# 121802

I think it helps to understand this phenomenon if we see feminism as, in part, a way for high-status women to gain access to high-status men. I’m not offering this as a complete explanation, but it clarifies a whole lot.

A major reason educated feminists value work and career is because it puts them in close contact with men at the upper level. This is an often unconscious motivating factor for them and their parents. Parents fear not pushing their daughters toward success. After all, how else will they find a man to marry?

The lower class working woman has the feminist’s scorn because she is not married to a high-status man and cannot show much for all her drudgery. At the root of all this is materialism and a love of things.

Laura Wood, The Thinking Housewife 26 Comments [9/28/2016 2:35:42 AM]
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Quote# 119656

I can attempt shut down any number of harmful ideas. It doesn't violate "free speech" as one commentor has repeatedly tried to explain. I am free to shut down the expression of ideas that I deem harmful. People who find my ideas harmful can attempt to shut me down as well. The government has to stay out of it. That is all that free speech means. This whimsical bullshit about free expression is what will lead to racist violence at the hands of a demagogue like Trump.
Lines must be drawn somewhere and I think as our country matures we will be free to admit it. Honestly lines have already been drawn, if an organization wanted to rent out a room to give a conference on how great it is to rape and molest infants we would shut it down. Free speech be dammed.

John Williams, Patheos 35 Comments [6/10/2016 3:26:17 AM]
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Quote# 121798

A Lexington, KY judge and former Republican state legislator told a Christian group earlier this month that he believes “gay marriage” is an “oxymoron” like “jumbo shrimp” or a “magnificent chihuahua.”

The Louisville Courier-Journal reported that Fayette Circuit Court Judge Tim Philpot is a family court judge who routinely presides over matters of child custody, same-sex marriage and adoption by LGBT couples.

Speaking to the Francis Asbury Society — a Christian ministry group that hosts weekly anti-same-sex marriage seminars titled “Marriage Matters” — Judge Philpot said that he “loves homosexuals,” but that marriages other than those between a heterosexual man and a heterosexual woman are “sterile” couplings that are ultimately “just entertainment.”

At the Sep. 8 gathering, Philpot — who faced corruption charges in 2004 — went on to say that the legalization of same-sex marriage in Kentucky is “pretty close to insane” and now “there is no question that polygamy is on the way.”

The former Republican state senator said in a video posted to the Asbury society’s website that the normalization of same-sex marriage is harmful and confusing to children.

“Now kids not only have to decide which girl to date, or which boy to date, they’ve got to decide which gender to date,” he said. “There is not a 12-year-old or 13-year-old or a 14-year-old in Fayette County, Ky., that doesn’t have to decide ‘Am I gay or am I straight?’ Man, I’m telling you, that is some kind of abuse.”

The Courier-Journal spoke to Fairness Campaign director Chris Hartman, who said the judge “clearly has a fundamental misunderstanding of what it means to be LGBT, chalking it up to some arbitrary choice children must make. Personally, I would never want Mr. Philpot making decisions about my family, given the fact he has deep disrespect for LGBT people and their families.”

Many of Philpot’s colleagues say he has never shown any bias in the courtroom for or against same-sex couples. When the Courier reached him by phone in Ireland where he is vacationing with his family, Philpot said, “(I)n 13 years as a judge, you will be hard-pressed to find even one complaint about me on this issue.”

Attorneys Ross Ewing and Keith Elsten both told the newspaper that Philpot has always ruled fairly. Elsten said that he has represented same-sex couples in Philpot’s courtroom and never saw evidence of bias in his rulings.

Elsten said the judge would ask “a few more questions of gay and lesbian clients than he asks to some of the straight clients I have had.” However, he said, none of them were “out of bounds or appear to reflect his personal biases.”

The lawyer said he finds the judge’s remarks concerning, but Esten figures “he has a right to say whatever he wants to say.”

During his 25-minute talk to a Marriage Matters meeting, Philpot said that same-sex marriage is “really very illogical…kind of like a dog show I was watching a few years ago where the announcer said that was a magnificent Chihuahua. Those words don’t make sense to me.”

The impact of the legalization of same-sex marriage in this country, Philpot said, “really hit me like a ton of bricks” when he was standing in a Starbucks.

“There was a man there, probably 45 years old. He had his arm around a young man who was about 20, and I would say there was a 90 percent chance it was just a father and son, but I had this moment when I thought, ‘Hmmm, I wonder what’s going on.’ They’re getting a little too close. They are making me uncomfortable.”

Philpot resents the use of the rainbow — “one of the Bible’s greatest symbols” — to symbolize LGBT rights.

“I’m gonna put one on the back of my car because I’m not going to let them steal it,” he said. “I’m gonna take it back. I’m gonna drive around town with my rainbow and my 8-pound shorky — a Shih Tzu and a Yorkshire terrier mix — and let them think what they want.”

Other remarks from the meeting included:

“Already there are ‘thruples’ getting married in the United States – thruples as in three. … It makes sense. I know there are times I’ve thought about a third person would be be a help around here. I know there are times my wife has thought about it. You know she loves Nosario, the guy who takes care of our yard. But we’re not a thruple. Relax.”

“For anyone who describes themselves as gay or lesbian I have discovered a phenomenal love for them that I didn’t have back in the old days. … I think it’s because I’ve had so much contact with them.”

“I have no problem with people not getting marriages license at all, if they make a commitment to … marry in a public setting in front of God. Whether they get a marriage license from the Fayette County Clerk is pretty much irrelevant, I think, in the eyes of God. I can’t imagine God caring what the clerk of Fayette County thinks about anything.”

In 2004, the Associated Press reported, Philpot failed to recuse himself from presiding over the divorce case of a donor to his campaign for state senator. The ethics case went before the Kentucky Supreme Court, which ultimately ruled that Philpot could remain on the bench.

In June, Philpot released his first novel, Judge Z: Irretrievably Broken, which is a “pro-marriage” parable that explores “the social costs of divorce, babies born out of wedlock and children growing up in unstable homes.” The work, he said, is based on cases he has seen in his work as a family judge.

“The main tragedy is that straight people don’t want to get married anymore,” he said. “Social norms have totally changed. Marriage doesn’t mean anything anymore.”

Tim Philpot, Raw Story 37 Comments [9/27/2016 6:23:44 PM]
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Quote# 2234

So if someone says that the universe is 14 billion years old, what exactly are they saying? Are we saying the earth has done 14 billion laps of the sun? No because the people who say the universe is 14 billion years old also say that for a lot of this time our solar system wasn't even formed.

judge, Christian Forums 11 Comments [2/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 121742

I am glad you asked that. I am betting that Trump will win by a land slide 370. I am still losing ten cents on that bet, but I look at the primary where Trump was the underdog and he still won by a substantial amount. Right now I am ahead $14.05 on Trump. I am actually ahead 20 cents on Connecticut. People were so sure that he could not win in Conn that I was able to get that for pennys. I could make 10 times on that. For every dollar I could make 10. I attended a high school there in that state for two years. So I thought I would bet for old time sake. Conn is really tied in with New York so it would be almost unheard of that Trump could take that state. If anyone anywhere does not like Trump it is NYC. "A prophet is not without honor except in his own town, among his relatives and in his own home." Mark 6:4

joshua 1 9, Christian Forums 26 Comments [9/23/2016 3:59:45 AM]
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Quote# 121789

I agree with those that say you need to take the financial backers out, economically if possible, militarily if necessary, and if their country raises a stink, agree with them that a casus belie has been committed, but do they really want to go there?

That being said, and with the understanding I am not advocating this. Getting rid of ISIS is not going to solve the problem, something else with the same goals will pop up in a couple of years.

This area has been in conflict since biblical times, at least, there must be something in the water, so simply killing off any given group is not going to accomplish much.

The best chance of stopping this from happening again someone needs to start at the northeast coast of the Mediterranean Sea and draw a line to the bottom of the Sinai Peninsula and start moving east, killing every living thing higher than a bacteria until they hit the Hindu Kush, then kill everyone that tries to resettle the area.

Will this stop political violence on a world wide basis, no, it will not even keep people from resettling the land, but we will not have to worry about these particular jokers ever again.

Fred1451, Alternate 33 Comments [9/27/2016 3:06:11 PM]
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Submitted By: Ivurm
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Quote# 121774

Feminism is a way for society to basically put black people in even worse situations than when we had slavery. Including slave labor camps. The gender part of the discussion enables society to put those men who are lowest down on the food chain in prison, or otherwise in bad situations.

Schlom, A voice for men 19 Comments [9/27/2016 8:44:06 AM]
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Quote# 121805

(Regarding the Terence Crutcher shooting)

Oh boy, this is the last thing that was needed right now, a real case of hands-up-don’t-shoot shot. A shot in the arm for lefties, who however, once they actually GET power, don’t really care that much about what the gendarmes shoot as long as it’s their enemies.

Politics alone will force this to go under a microscope.

Yes, for the first time I will admit I am ashamed of the blacks so-called Christian brothers. They are the worst kinds, even use their own fleshs and bloods to push their racist agendas. I thought people saying black churches being evil are exaggerating, but now I believe it’s true. I hope these people will go to hell for spewing disunity and racial hatred bias.

HiTech RedNeck, Free Republic 22 Comments [9/28/2016 3:12:59 AM]
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