[LOOKS IT UP ON URBAN DICTIONARY]
Was there ever a "Friends" or "Seinfeld" episode where there was a struggle to pay the rent and utilities? ??????
Thanks Fred. Yes, my foot (feet) are in pretty good shape, the dr. said. Beginnings of fasciitis. But is can be somewhat addressed. Ahhh, life is (still) good! :)
I was laughing so hard
That?s the point, not interested in conversation when you can find this out for yourself
I can understand that from a scientific perspective. But, how do creationists justify a God creating life simply to go extinct? If humans are no stranger to this, how could they justify that the world/universe was all made for us if we will only be around for about 3% of the Earth?s life and 0.75% of the universe ?s life?
Can I block myself? Interesting. Sometimes I don't even want to know what I'm ranting about.
I guess we'll have to agree to disagree.
I know. But it can't be picked or chosen by anyone.
You wear a hat????
Just visualizing it helps.
Not to mention horrible salaries for the people entrusted to educate and monitor our youth for roughly 8 hours a day for 9 months of the year. Schools in disrepair. Textbooks old as hell. Etc, etc...
Care to describe this religious belief of mine or shall we chalk that up to another lie for you?
Of course, once the teacher starts the class, it becomes an official school function AND as long as it doesnt spill over to the entire class.
RR - Thanks for your reply. I am not sure where you are getting the "fallacy of the written word." The New Testament translations that I have are masked (a computer term) back to the 3rd Century, so I would be interested in what translations you have that date to the 4th century so that I would avoid them. The Catholic Church (as we know it), with corrupt practices was not formed until after Constantine legalized Christianity (which has been a real burden on the Church ever-since) and you couldn't say that they were intent on any deception, quite the opposite. The 1st Crusade was not until the year 1095, which was by then called by the corrupt Catholic Church. That is why the Reformation was so important in bringing the light back into the world by direct translations from the Greek and Hebrew... Now we have the ancient documents with recent discoveries of older documents verifying the new translations. Just a note, I do not care for the King James translation for a few reasons: 1) All of it was not translated from the original Greek 2) Most importantly - I am not so well versed in 16th century English 3) There are better translations with much more insight into the original texts and due to masking, a certainty of the exact Greek words from the original text.
Ah, well that place sucks. Seriously; go against the grain there and see what happens. It's moderated by children.
did I miss a joke?!?!?!
That's my work email signature.