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BenAdam wrote:<quoted text>STFU, Pedo.
karl44 wrote:<quoted text>mmmmOne might expect that those who live in the grace of an omnipotent god, who reflect the mind of that god, who are representatives of an awesome faith;might rise above such pettiness.
River Tam wrote:<quoted text>No power in the 'verse can stop me.~ River Tam
BenAdam wrote:<quoted text>I learned that 40 years ago.
Red Apples wrote:<quoted text>Is that what you told your daughter when you abandoned her?
Hidingfromyou wrote:<quoted text>I kind of wish I had someone of quality to discuss with.
RiversideRedneck wrote:<quoted text>Because I can't prove God to you that means He don't exist?O_oProve you have hands.
RiversideRedneck wrote:<quoted text>"Everyone that is atheist", you mean...You're welcome.
LuciFerr wrote:<quoted text>Disgusting.
Hidingfromyou wrote:<quoted text>You are claiming that her right to free choice enables her to discriminate against people, because they are members of a certain group.That's the bottom line. You claim that a business can discriminate against people.Hence, according to you, the actions of your Indian Boss are fully ethical. He is well within his rights to only hire people like him, according to your moral perspective.Unless your moral perspective is so repulsive to include the exception "except to white people. White people are not allowed to be discriminated against." And your moral system certainly seems to work this way in practice.
Hidingfromyou wrote:<quoted text>~Wow~I'm deeply touched, BT! You and I, we've had our great differences in the past, so your words here mean all the more to me :)<almost tears>
Hidingfromyou wrote:<quoted text>That's cute. It's interesting how fast mythologies develop around new products of culture.
Hidingfromyou wrote:<quoted text>If I ever get off my lazy arse and write something, I'll send you an autographed copy :)Yeah. None of us are objective, most of our realities are social constructs - fragmented, and they change through our lived experiences, and we cannot remember them properly. The fast is like a phantasm, as it fades away we choose pieces of it to reify, sometimes even deify, making them stronger and more real than those memories were upon first experiencing them.Some of us actively reshape our memories to make ourselves the heroes in our lives - memories for such people are to be manipulated, exaggerated, denied, changed through interpretation as the need arises. Others of us examine our past actions, hoping to constantly learn and improve. Some dwell on the past, some on the future, some on the now.And we all know who each of us is based on the writing.
Happy Lesbo wrote:<quoted text>THIS IS A TRUE STORYThe man was in his last days. He reflected upon his life and revealed, "I'm gay, I've always been gay."His friend paused for a moment then asked, "You're married, you have two beautiful children and you're gay?"The dying man responded, "I love my wife, my children, but I've always been gay.""So," his friend asked, "Your entire life was a lie?""Yes.""Why?""It was the right thing to do."________.. the man was deeply religious .... you'll probably never get what I'm trying to say; the walls will go up and and you'll fire off a mendacious quip. Such a position leads me to think you lack introspection, the very foundation of a spiritual life ..
Tide with Beach wrote:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lz_JnR4xSzI
Catcher1 wrote:<quoted text>Professional responsibilities maybe?You know, the professions.
Aura Mytha wrote:<quoted text> Who Ra
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