isn't the dress a little bit too simple i know it's elegant and stuff but i think it has nothing "special " about it i mean she's not even wearing a nucklace just to add something to the dress (it's my opinion and i am not trying to hate i am just curious why?? why this one ? )
Really, Vonnegut? I dunno... I've only read Slaughterhouse Five... but... it was so clearly "this is a guy struggling with severe PTSD after being a soldier, and its causing dissociative episodes." I don't understand how it was considered a masterpiece. Maybe because it was written before we really understood how destructive PTSD could be?
What part of the cited article is wrong?
It's possible, but as you said, none of us know if it happens when facing death, unless they survive, of course. :)
Liked the colour didn't like the long asymmetrical bow thing.
So...the three days before and after her period is when its safe to give her Slypies?
unless she or i agree'd, it didn't happen!!!
I have difficulty w/OT because so much is warnings, disobedience &
YES, financial education while I'm semi-young and not completely drowned by bad debt.
so moral people that don't believe in an immoral god commit what? moral acts?
Me too :D
seems that way
Pardon my bluntness, but have you considered that your MIL is an extremist who would be judgmental and difficult to reason with no matter what organization she was affiliated with?
Let us discuss. In the thread of the Wife of God and the Mother of His Children. Or in other words the Second coming - Bride of the Lam.
Glad we're good. :)
Tightly written, cohesive! No scholar believes this.
You know it?s funny I would think it would be Catholic to when I found out that it was Episcopalian and presbyterian I was surprised
He is wrong just as Hawkins is wrong just as you are wrong. I just flipped your response to him on you and for some strange reason you have been arguing that science has found no need for a God. No need would be to omit which we know science has never done.
Mostly Church hymns
Red Lobster: serving abominations since 1968.
Come on back when you're lucid.
I wake up about a quarter to. I get up a 5.
It is likeily in better hands where it is. I am pretty sure one of the family preachers got it and they would enjoy it far more than I.
It's the difference between natural disasters and man-made disasters. A living land-owner is making a choice to be "unfair", so they are accountable for that choice, whereas the world we live in makes no choice about who dies and who does not. We just do. That's reality we would just have to live with, or rather not live with...
You're wrong Rudiger. You just want to bury your head in the sand.
"For the love of money is the root of all evil; and while some have coveted after it, they have erred from the faith and pierced themselves through with many sorrows." ...
You are dating yourself? How's that going for you? ;-)
Yes, as I said my life has been pretty fabulous. Good health, wonderful family, outstanding career, traveled all over the world, and all on my own efforts and a bit of luck (never hit by a falling meteor). I came from a very poor upbringing, so never forget where I came from and wish to help less fortunate when I can. Being an evil atheist has been very very good to me. LOL
Marinated, with red wine.
The passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, combined with President Trump?s massive deregulation effort, has led to the lowest unemployment rate in 18 years (and the lowest black unemployment rate ever recorded). Wages are increasing, business and consumer confidence are soaring, and more and more Americans are starting to realize the huge disconnect between the America described by the mainstream media and the America in which they are living.