Still no names of those mainstream historians who describe all past historical events as PROBABLE, including ostensibly the destruction of Pompeii as observed by Pliny the Younger shortly after its occurrence. Whether you like it or not, whether you admit it or not, YOU are the claimant. YOU have the burden of proof. If you can?t meet it, which you obviously can?t, you are a fraud. If you try to foist YOUR burden of proof off on me, as you have attempted, you are a cheat.
You deny they were pimped out by the media? Instead of going to school, these "High School Kids" were on the talk circles from NPR to CNN! That's just wrong not just for the general public, but for the kids themselves.
Huh? (see how useful this is in getting a better understanding?)
I think that you are talking about Apollonius of Perga, or of Tyre. There were about a halfdozen Apollonius' that made it into history.
Morals are subjective to societies and change with the times. What morals do you consider objective?
No everything that was made, was made. What i mean is there are things that are products of what exists. Hell is a product of death. There is no death in heaven. Hell exists in this terrestrial earth but death is a mortal. Death can die. Therefore, hell is not an eternal place, but only shall exist as long as death does.
Agreed. It was a very different case.
My kids have never been exposed to Ayn Rand.
Our country also needs workers with the skills and a willingness to "work" these skilled jobs. We are having to bring in people from all over the world to do skilled jobs because we cannot find "Americans" willing or capable of doing them. We need to teach people to be "willing" to work again, a good work ethic is as important as an education as any other education. I am living proof of this, I was literally born in the bottom 1% of the population and in this amazing country have gone to the 96% in 50 years.
Morning ICC... Is there a particular AD you were addressing or is it a general callout?
But it's not "every man for himself." This is the Marxist idea of capitalism. Capitalism is about satisfying the customer and the employee. If you don't like a job you can negotiate for changes and/or a raise if you have a valuable skill to negotiate with. If customers don't like the product or service, you go somewhere else and that company goes out of business or does without your revenues. For capitalism to succeed, you need to play the game. When socialism starts to sneak into the gears, then you get situations where this is overridden by government decree as we have seen so many times. Is capitalism perfect all the time? No. But it beats the socialist versions hands down. However, capitalism will normalize itself over time, government does not. It tends to continue asserting authority over the people and business, dictating markets, wages, and engaging in punitive regulations.
You don't speak for anyone but you, not sure why you think otherwise.
I follow no religion. I not only see the forest and the trees but I am quite aware that I, as the seer of them, stand apart from them as the constant observer.
Yup. So deep in the soup he doesn't care.
What about coke zero eh? Need I say anymore!
No I'm good, Just as along as you realize science is not a theory,
It will have the opposite effect. It always does.....
Have we gotten to that weird place where the real world out-satires satire?