The No true scotsman fallacy doesnt apply here.
I was reading earlier about the 30 something year old guy that his parents had to sue to get him to move out of the house. I wish sometimes my parents were still around so I could move back home
Obviously every individual has different experiences, so some of the more vituperative contributions could be traced to negative experiences that person has undergone. However in answer to this point:
Teach, fine. Teach at a Catholic school...sorry. There are certain rules that they want followed. It's a private school and they want their staff to follow a specific lifestyle. I have to respect private business practices. Starbucks can do Starbucks, McDonalds can do McDonalds, Exxon can do Exxon. Don't like it, don't buy.
Assuming perfect knowledge of options and perfect ignorance of the individuals I would save the five every time.
This is boring. Even the Vegas Golden Knights weren't this pathetic in their elimination game.
Now this is an immigrant who should be allowed to come to America! God Bless Him.
The President was not in violation of the Constitution. The President has the right, by Constitutional Law to allow or reject anyone requesting entry to our country if he feels that they might be a danger to our country or its citizenry.
Yes, but the critical 500 years, the 500 years of the birth of science.
I can't because I didn't say that.
Hahahahahaha. I love it. And, I'm Canadian.
No religious books in Japanese schools. Want to check the crime rate for the place?
Trump's kryptonite are porn stars, so when Kim Kardashian showed up ...
How do you know the proof given was bad? The fact is the only proof they can give comes from the Bible, passages in the Bible is God's word, as some love to argue. So if it is God's word then it can't logically be bad as it is God after all.
If the method of execution back then would have been a guillotine, would Christians be walking around with razor blades on chains around their necks?
I did admit it. I know what I know and what I don't know, and I try very hard not to pretend to know things which I don't. Sometimes I state things more emphatically than I should (I'll make the same mistake tomorrow or even later today, so don't think I'm reformed or anything.) Sometimes it's for effect.
Attorney at a legal aid-type organization.