It would still be a lack of belief.
To protect yourself from people who choose to break the law.
I wouldn't say nowhere, since at the very least it's entertaining watching you preen with the pretense of cogency and coherence. But don't let
You have civil war on the brain. I am sure the American people are too sensible to start thyat. The last one was the most destructive in your history.
Why should he?
Me, me, me!! I've been slacking!!
Eggs and grits mixed isn't so bad lol...sometimes even cheese.
It's like the wind. You don't see it, but you know it exists because you experience it.
No F* bombs please.
Miami is going to have to lure another superstar or two
You?re being silly.
The internet is raising kids, that's the scary part. Parents give them every tech device and think they're getting them ahead in education and stopping the whining for them.
NICE TRY NO CIGAR! Still falling for the demoRAT canard, that Obama was the Deporter in Chief? ? Even the L/W LA. Times reported deportations from the interior have fallen STEADILY since his first year in office, and are DOWN 40% since 2009! Now you are an INFORMED leftist, doesn't it feel good? LOL
No, refusing to believe the claim period until the claimants have met their burden of proof. It's known as the default position.
Goddidit only once, planted the seed and allowed it to grow. What grew from the seed is not coming from God, ultimately speaking, it continues to develop according to success of a species according to environmental conditions.
Judges don't just get to rule however they feelz.No person in their right mind would want that. the rule of law protects us all.
I called out your BS of tearing folks down.
To be fair, those could easily be names of actual people.
..but the rhythm gets me goin?, text isn?t everything ;)
Symbol...and instrument. ??
I think its pretty unusual! But a testament to strength. It's sobering and quietly amazing.
Do they have the names of those vile hate spewers who work at the New York Times?
While I am not really trying to anger the Abrahamics, I want to point out that they are each continually speaking from a privileged frame, as if all other religions don't exist and as if the discussion on how we might describe gods is over.
You are done here,
What the heck are you talking about? What ignorant and unfair thing has been done to you? Did the DoJ choose to legalise by affiliation hate groups that continually assault your rights? Did SCOTUS choose religion over your civil liberties? Did Trump endanger your friends in the middle east? Did you have to take phone calls from them crying because they could see missiles overhead (not so unusual for the area but it didn't have to be)? Maybe your main form of recourse was assaulted by the President and VP in a national spectacle that showed how many people will blindly piss on the constitution with them in one of the more overt displays of racism in modern history?
I need for everyone to agree with me immediately, otherwise you're mean and wrong.
Is the irreligiosity of America causing more people to care less for human life?
And why would I NEED to answer that question? It has no bearing an anything I've said.
Instead of copying/pasting links, maybe you can make an argument and reference a link? What a novel idea? When you just copy/paste, it shows me that you have no clue on what're talking about. Where is orgins addressed by evolution? Use your own words and use as many words as you like.
Nope. I'm in America.
I don't believe gods exist, especially the Christian version. But even in fiction, the antagonists have descriptions. In the case of the bible, the Christian god is the bad guy, not Lucifer.