Belief that theory is fact
It's mainly Christians doin' the masacrees in America.
YES, absolutely, one can be a gay Christian... I am! :-)
True - then it's more like Francisco said, boxing someone in.
Thought it was Aunt Flo all this time.
It is not "discrimination." It is religious liberty. And people should have respect for the sincere faith of Christians.
Nationalize the schools, perhaps? I am no fan of the Church especially when I read of its treatment of children in the last century. Maybe it is a drastic over simplification, but I am a dirty commie after all O
Of course, the Bible also says to kill disobedient or disrespectful children, and lots of other people, for what today seem like ridiculous infractions against biblical law, so there?s that to consider?
I just spotted Elton John.
That?s almost definitely how they?d respond, but those of us who believe in freedom don?t over punish breaks in decorum
There is a science as to the ratio of alcohol to cloth..
Seems you can't grasp a simple answer to some basic stuff here. Why is that CgntvDssdnt?
I think belief in verifiable evidence itself requires faith.
Every example you've given is a form of mental illness:
Yep. A magazine with no scientific backing, trying to refute the evidence we have of evolution actually happening with their belief.
Yea big evil oil making almost a 5% profit on their sales.
So you are this stupid.
Between females being allowed to go out without a burqa and being punished for even suggesting going out without a burqa.
Boo Hoo man! My local cell phone carrier was just bought out by T-Mobile! Goodbye unlimited everything for $50.00 a month!
The article linked to, and its quotations from one of the two scientists whose findings are addressed, Mark Stoeckle, answers or indicates likely answers to the primary questions.
yeah probably - it only worked once for my wife and she didn't like it - I was trying to cancel the internet service, cause it was really bad and I was moving houses. thing is we have same company for internet, phone and TV, we aren't TV people we just use the internet really, but they have no options without TV and they total price wasn't bad - that is if the internet would work, but it was really bad - they were not accepting cancellation, cause a door to door sales man lied to my face about giving me a free extra card, we were able to not pay that bill but since there were alterations in the contract we got subscribed for 2 more years, thing is I can claim the contract null since they don't fill their end in what regards the internet, my wife was on the phone with the guy for lots of time and then she was to upset and told me to deal with it, I am usually the calm one, but the guy wants to shove the idea of canceling the internet and keep just the TV service as the minimum, at this point I sorta snapped and started yelling at the guy about how I don't even watch TV I just have TV service cause they don't provide internet and phone without it, so I am like paying for a service I don't get + plus the service I don't use and now he wants to cancel the one I want but don't get and me to pay just for what I don't want or use... I even told the guy something like "You're lucky we are talking on the phone or you'd be picking your teeth from the floor!" after me shouting at the guy for like 30 mins they agreed to cancel the service.
I see that some Right Wingers keep repeating "NFL has a right to fire". Okay. They do. But this is not about that. The problem was and is the political coercion by Trump and his mob from the beginning. It was a gross misuse of power by a sitting president. Not only that but he completely changed the narrative by using a strawman. He changed what the kneeling was about. And even if the kneeling was done against the military, so what? The president and this gross patriotic fervor of the Right is akin to totalitarian regimes and dictators. And we are neither. And if this was simply between an employer and its employees it would be completely different but it wasn't. This is about a president getting into private affairs. And anyone that supports that is an Anti-American traitor, not a patriot. Of course in Right Wing circles patriotism and freedom of speech is not truly understood and only used when it suits them as buzz words to rile people up in a frenzy. It's Right Wing extremism/authoritarianism.
When you have a church wedding, you generally get the church free or pay one fee. Receptions are by plate for most people. So the more people you invite to the reception, the more expensive it is. This usually isn't true with the church