Oh please, this is just like your evolution one last week trying to pretend that somehow science supports the Bible.
Ah, but that's not the analogy.
I need a good shenanigan.
There you go putting your ignorance of display. The black community in Chicago, is first of all, none of your business. Unless you live there it is not something a privileged white man would ever understand. That community is disassembled. It is like a foreign country. Its the result of years of neglect. Those who have the means leave as soon as they can. So the lowest of the low are left behind to live in a desolate community. Many projects are full of people in despair. There is blight and no opportunities. Drug dealing is rampant and the dealers are the role models for the male children growing up. There are no decent role models for kids to emulate. Many of the people there know no other place. They don't even know the Chicago area. They don't know the greatness of black people. They only see the worse examples.
I honestly believe if she took a competency test, she would score at a 5th grade level.
His idiot assessment of the situation gives me a headache.
I looked up instructions for how to set this weird clock we have at work. Ever since then, one of the ads I see on here is for clocks. : /
No it isn't, it is biased and the reasons are explained already. Also there is zero reason to change the channel title as the topic is religion and not its members.
The effort to bring back the Fairness Act (which picked up the nickname "Hush Rush") was from Hinchey, Durban, and Feinstein at various times, not Obama (who gets the blame for anything proposed by any Democrat). In fact, Obama stated at the time that he was not in favor of reviving the Fairness act at all.
Ken Ham has made that argument actually. He was asked about aliens and he said that there shouldn't be any out there because they would have been affected by original sin too and that wouldn't make any sense.
Maher looses what? Looses his belt? Looses his tie? Looses his shoe laces?
I feel secretly a little happy when they don't want to go home after spending the day with me.
That "the boss is always right" rule will always prevail. So repeat after me:
Some people don't see marriage as something romantic or a step in their relationship. It most likely took them 7 years because he wants her to be in the same insurance to save some money.
Post World War II. Did you miss that?