Absolutely. I read that book a long time ago and thought that it could never happen and it is.
I'm asking if you can back this up. I honestly don't think you're right about this. Close to right, but not quite right.
IMO, it comes out of Religion.
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The first line was quoting you. That said, no one is compelling anyone to accept a lifestyle. Instead, it is expected that Americans follow the Constitution, which clearly grants equal rights regardless of sexual orientation. It is your responsibility as an American.
That is from a quote by Jesus, but he was being more descriptive than prescriptive, if that in fact was an actual saying of his.
Remember Jesus also tells his disciples that before the death of those gathered around him all the signs will have been fulfilled. If we are to believe him, and about prophecy, then all the foretold signs of what ever they were talking about for the end of the world and the return in triumph had already been fulfilled within about 20 years. It is not like his return is delayed by lack of some sign in prophecy being fulfilled.
That's only if you take Benadryl with it.
The fact that you believe that there's a difference between an illusionist and a magician indicates just how gullible a person you are.
I was worried I was the Pope, if that helps.
"she could have drawn and fired a side arm."
You are willfully blinding yourself to the reality that change is possible. Change is necessary and if one is unwilling to change then one is part of the problem. It is rightie fantasy world to think that things can remain status quo and that technology will miraculously change what and how people go about their lives.
And if you're willing to admit that evolution belongs in its church or trade school and not with Newton or Einstein, I'm content
Absolutely untrue. Somebody gave me a pizza one time that had pineapple and ham on it. Pineapple and ham. That messes up three things,: pizza, pineapple, and ham.
Have had thoughts come and go, and hope I'll ultimately prevail. I'm too afraid to do anything, but at times feel too depressed to carry on.