It never works :( You can bring them home but if they don't want to be there, they'll find a way to leave again.
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Which gays and lesbians subscribe to extreme Muslim views and are throwing straight people off rooftops?
What, are you saying that the degrees in Cracker Jack boxes aren't good? Oh crap, don't tell my employer! :)
So send your kid to the 65 million school. Though I bet you're a lot less likely to face a shooter in the third day school.
Wild animals don't have a "culture"
I second your thoughts but simultaneously question how mama stores her gun. Was it stored properly? Was it loaded? Was it in her purse or on her hip? How did she respond so quickly?
Hmm... I'm not sure whether to say "yes I agree" or "no, it does not." to your last claim.
1) wiki is never a source to cite.
If you make a big claim, the burden of proof is on you, not me, to locate said evidence. Bring it forth and then we can talk about it.
If we had the proper respect for the President of the United States, we wouldn't question his understanding of the history of the United States. He is the President, he should be able to say what American history is. It's disrespectful to say he's wrong.
This. I just left the AME church after 38 years of belonging, because the preachers at both local churches made it a point to frequently spew divisive drivel from their pulpits... Telling people not to talk to other people on the basis of race or economic prosperity... Not something I felt comfortable with given I have a biracial family... It blows my mind some of the tripe that "preachers" spew in the name of Christ.
My niece and nephew don't shut the door when they use the bathroom either. Lol!
So mercy is immoral...
And I vote for keeping people like you and those who you defend off the welfare rolls---any sort of welfare rolls,
The person who rejects the unproven claim has done so by making his own counter-claim. If a claim must be rejected unless it is proven, why should we accept a counter-claim when it too is unproven?
Yes, I agree that religion does not belong in science. The question is whether some people's anti-religious bias may limit their scientific inquiries because they are prone to seeing things in a reductivist way, as a reaction against religion.
In my experience on these boards, people who are opposed to homosexuality often confuse it with being transgender. As such, it makes perfect sense to them that Paul both instructed against women wearing trousers and having short hair AND men sleeping with boys. Both are apiece. (Until you point out that Paul's talking about women wearing trousers, and men in skirts... they don't really have a problem with women wearing mens clothes, and don't like having it pointed out.)
There is zero protections outside of government in the constitution protecting people from the consequences of free speech. The players are free to exercise their free speech by kneeling but their employers are free to fire them.
I just got an image of a chef running with a BBQ chasing a witch....
Endorsements...is that some generic substitute for Ambien?
I will occasionally have discussions with my friends about certain issues but when I have those discussions it?s mainly to explain my viewpoint not get them to change theirs and I think that?s the key to having discussions with friends. It?s one thing to want someone to understand you but it?s an entirely different thing for you to want that person to instantly kind of agree with you
The sun shines, not sheds light. The sun does not shed light. Light is not shedded from the sun. The fact that the Sun is not capable of lighting up the entire earth, the light of the sun is limited, imperfect and does not chase the darkness away. Therefore the darkness wich covers the earth is greater than the light of the sun.
You don't know they're mistakes. They may be necessary to the big picture God isn't human. And God sees the big pircture.
You're welcome to believe any source you want to and if you want to believe the climate scientist alarmists telling you the world's about to catch on fire that's fine, if you want to excuse them for altering historic temperature readings to make it look hotter today then that's fine you can believe whatever you want.
So what if they do? That's the way science works.
There is some historical basis to it. The US is one of the first countries where private ownership of arms was not only encouraged, but codified into the core legal documents with the 2nd amendment. That was followed by an expansion to the west that had firearms as a very real survival tool for use against wildlife as much as other hostile people. That part didn't end until about 100 years ago. I am personally one generation removed from a rifle being the primary source of meat for the family (dad learned how to shoot squirrel from grandpa, grandpa's proud record of going out with 2 .22 shells and coming home with 2 critters almost every time). It's less evident around large established cities like New York or Chicago, but in the south and southwest, it's much more common. I had high school friends who had gun racks in their trucks, sometimes with guns in them. It wasn't til my junior year that they were getting sent home for that.
Do you have your medical records showing me a priest healed your cancer? Leave the hyperbole at the door, honey. People cure people using medical science.
You need a therapist.
In the present term I agree.
But if you can only find God within your own mind, how do you know that you are not hallucinating? People firmly believe that they have seen, and been abducted by, aliens and yet no proof of this has been offered or found. It is all in their minds. They are utterly convinced of it yet it does not exist. Humans are very suggestable and very inclined to believe things that do not exist. Without some form of tangiblel proof, belief in anything supernatural is just individual faith.
Well, sort of. You seem to think it's absolute and supersedes all other rights.
So you can chop bits off your fellow humans without censure providing you are a religious nut.
YES! You get it. I want it so crunchy, it's almost like a chip!
Uh, yeah, for a town that had a population of probably around 400 or so, I think it would be really odd if over a thousand authors found some occasion to mention it. Some *did* mention it, but not many because of how insignificant it was.