Keep working on your learning. You'll need it.
It doesn't say that.
AGAIN NO WAY IN HELL AM I HAVING SOMETHING FEED OFF OF ME
Do you need to go back to the beginning where I responded to your comment on the OP.
Since I don't live in TO, I can ignore Tory, however I do feel sorry for them after they elected Sponge Bob.
She came for a
You are wilfully ignoring my comments.
I don't know any woman who does this in front of her SO. It's not okay for either one, for me, if you care for someone.
Funny, I feel the same way about "cunt". My skin kinda crawls a little using it. It's reserved in place of words like "b!tch" and "fvck", which I use too liberally to spit out with the same level of venom.
Let me just say that I know first hand that earth is a closed system ??
If you want to, go for it.
Yes it cleary seems to do so in a way, but I understand the reasoning why they had been reluctant very well.
It is my contention that the Dorians actually came from Dor in Palestine, a city on the coast of the land of Manasseh, and where many ancient ?Greek? artifacts have been found by archaeologists, for which see Biblical Archaeology Review, July-August 2001, p. 17, and November-December, 2002, ?Gorgon Excavated At Dor?, p. 50. These artifacts show a ?Greek? presence at Dor as early as the seventh century B.C., and are certainly much earlier than the Hellenistic period. The seventh century B.C. is the time of the last recorded Assyrian activity in Israel (see Ezra 4:2, Esar-Haddon reigned from 681 B.C.), and the last deportations of Israelites which happened about 676 B.C. (see The Assyrian Invasions And Deportations of Israel by J. Llewellyn Thomas). For evidence that Israelite priests were indeed present at Dor see Biblical Archaeology Review, May-June 2001, p. 21 and the article there. If the Dorians migrated from Palestine, rather than from the north, Crete is a logical place to begin settling, enroute to the west. Further evidence that the Dorians were Israelites is found in Josephus, in his record of a letter written by a Spartan (or Lacedaemonian, and they were also Dorian Greeks) king to Jerusalem about 160 B.C., which is found in Antiquities 12.4.10 (12:226-227):
True, Horwath had a once in a generation shot at actually becoming an NDP Premier, but could not seal the deal.