They wanted to be able to marry the person they LOVED like all other hetero couples. Claiming they had the right to marry already is preposterous. Many of them DID marry to try and make their families happy or to try and be a good Christian resulting in many broken families.
''The written evidence speaks for itself.''
Yes, only way worse, I actually toured the Eddy match plant, and my eyes watered for a week after.
Forced because there isn't a labor force large enough to legally be here.
Yes, it does. You acting like it does not, will not change this fact.
Do you mean I don't know much about the intelligence of dropouts? Tell us if you do.
"Please consider historical context".....ok....so what historical context is it ok to dash babies against rocks and be happy about it?
I used to request it a lot when younger, but would stop if uncomfortable. And now I wait until my SO requests - she did for a number of years, but not very much lately. And when she did, it was (as mentioned) very intense and pleasurable for both parties.
Got a link to that Sunshine. Somebody was caught red-handed lying about the facts, and it wasn't Trump.
I know too many gay people who assure me "this is how I fundamentally am" for me to credibly call them all liars.
NASA and JPL don't use radiometric dating.
nope their ghosts. only time i'm staring at some man is if their holy ghost moonwalks through the room. at which point i'd be like OMG MICHAAAELLLLLL
I thought of another group of "individuals." How about human-like aliens born on another planet? Other lifeforms on distant planets? I think heaven should be for everybody.
I won't Bacon Down!
Well, Draper and White were educators, and White in particular was founding a secular university and wanted to discourage Church interference. So I don't blame 'em for pushing the idea that religion had always held back knowledge and progress. But it's today's online atheists (like the one below who said people were "jailed" for saying the Earth wasn't flat) who have kept alive the myth that our not-so distant ancestors believed in a Flat Earth, because it tells them what they want to hear about superiority and progress.
And that there were people like you saying Buddhism and the like weren?t religions is why many younger states use the term ?creed? in their laws to clarify that a ?god? or ?gods? isn?t required. Fortunately in modern times those who think Buddhism and the like aren?t religions has faded so constitutionally they are considered the same thing.
You're saying Bishop Nicholas of Myra wasn't a real person, and myths were embellished afterwards?
Been a Breaking News following fan for awhile, and never followed that NV. But they seem to be dogging you on my Frequented List regardless. That C woman at Space is high on my list as well--Nobody has been commenting there for a month. Inside job? Maybe just a fluke of the programming. Didn't reveal my number one spot: My local paper hasn't had Disq for a couple of years (their loss) but they're still holding you out of first place. Darnedest thing.