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  2. Give us your short list of FBI and/or DOJ luminaries champing at the bit to step in for Mueller. Please?
  3. yes they do which proves they are as misguided as everyone else
  4. Here's a good rundown on what Net Neutrality truly is for those who don't know:
  5. Not those pesky Russians again?
  6. Thank you. I look forward to hearing many different perspectives.
  7. I respect admins decision. What was the 2nd thread?
  8. whatever.... Im not interested in having personal dialogue with you... I will just exercise my freedom to read any post and offer my comments..
  9. Not that i know of bud... Think it's me,you,zz,and harte are the only ones. Bama's gone into hiding,sakari hasn't answered back,farmer hasn't answered,and Myles i dunno lol
  10. I think you're going to be in for a shock if you really believe this investigation is in any way crumbling.
  11. I remember.., that was retaliation. I am abiding by the forum rules from now on, and will not be involved in this type of stuff anymore. My style is also very blunt.., but I am not rude about it.
  12. He might only doing so to try to delay the seating of Jones, thereby allowing the Republicans to get their tax bill through without any problems. Or maybe he genuinely wants an uprising? One of the main reasons for concession is so that supporters, in seeing you accept defeat, take it a bit better themselves (a bit difficult to claim an election was rigged or whatever when the candidate themselves accept the result). Can you imagine if he actually called for an uprising? Given what we know about him, I wouldn't put that outside the realm of possibility.
  13. says the person who sent me threatening personal messages.... Hey son...theres a reason for the proverb that states you reap what you sow... think about it and I havent attacked you.... my style is blunt and factual.... if you cant stand the heat....dont stand in the kitchen
  14. Not too shabby, high of 64 and 43 for the low. Nice clouds out there, sun is hard on my eyes.
  15. Perhaps. But, on the other hand, who would be willing to step up and take over such a crumbling mess from Mueller? Even frogs are smart enough not to get into the water after it's already boiling.
  16. I want to look at the UFO phenomenon from the beginning, and work my way up to the present. This will give me a better understanding of the topic. I do this with everything.., from computers to electronics, mechanics and basic chemistry I am slowly getting into. I agree that there will always be hoaxers, and mis-IDs, nor will there be proof in any of these documents. Please stop with the personal attacks. Please stop trying to harass me out of doing UFO research.
  17. No animals do not pray to God. There is a reason this is the Planet of The Apes and not Planet of the Kittens. God Bless!
  18. Today (12/14/2017) the FCC voted to repeal Net Neutrality. For those that don't know how this will affect us, here you go: Lord knows how this will affect UM, but it'll affect everything else we do online. Today is the official death day of the internet. Welcome to a new Orwellian future.
  19. Off topic - @RoofGardener Just out of curiosity, what are your views on climate change?
  20. I really wouldn't know, I was being silly when I made that reply.
  21. As requested by so many members here, Ive decided to leak a small bit of the script (before some poacher puts it on Reddit) Big Vics missus is a dab hand wit printin press onnit. I think you`ll agree after just reading the small offering that you almost feel like your there with em. Grade A writers! A Mi racle on Candlesti ck La n e Jonny (clocks summit like building) Whas thah then moffer? Marlene (boat looks distressed) Oooh, Jonny my darling. Jonny (looks back at his bird) Wazz up lass? Marlene (rubbing belly) We must hurry dearest one. The extreme levels of temperature in your northern abode are most rude indeed for a lady such as I, who is with child, at this time of year. Jonny (lights up a fag and then nods with agreement) Here! Marlene (loving glance) Yes, my little pumpkin? Jonny (points) Whas thah then moffer?
  22. I don't see a temple to Tsathoggua
  23. Thats at least 2 threads youve been in now that have been closed..... do take the hint wont you? 2 threads closed and youve only been here since Monday
  24. No gaelic, although a lot of Scottish sayings, and especially attitudes to life, seem to have been passed down through the family I am not sure that even my Scottish ancestors spoke Gaelic, as they were lowlanders rather than highlanders, although they were historically Scottish (and some Irish) for the 400 years i could trace their lineage back in Scotland. For a time they for a lived a few houses down the street from Robbie Burns. (54 The Grassmarket) My great great grandfather was born in the stables at the back of Edinburgh castle. While there were a number of skills in the family, including woodworking and formal drafting and construction of public buildings, my great, great, grandfather was a school teacher, one of his brothers was a minister, and the other two established a large printing company in Australia. Since then we have divided primarily into farming and aquaculture, public service jobs, including teaching and politicians, and jobs requiring the abilty to design and create, or skilled mechanical work. like drafts men and engineers. Four brothers came out to Australia from Scotland in 1879. The minister returned there, but 3 remained . We have been Australian born for 4 generations, or 7 if you include the younger children of the family, (my great grand nieces and nephews) and for 120 years all but one branch of the family have mostly lived within one small section of country Australia, while another branch lives mostly in Sydney. In my opinion animals while conscious are not self aware like humans, and do not thus know good from evil or understand the nature of consequences Thus they are not affected by karma because they do not consciously and freely choose to do good or evil and aren't responsible for their behaviours Karma can only come back to bite you, or reward you, if you are capable of being aware of its effect . even if you personally are not aware of its existence, because karma only applies to actions (or attitudes) which you choose in life and thus are responsible for But that is my opinion /understanding A hindu/ buddhist, for example, might have a different opinion. because they believe animals have souls which transmigrate http://www.hinduwebsite.com/divinelife/essays/karma-animals.asp I have no doubt that as human beings we have a greater responsibility towards ourselves and others, which extends beyond our own selfish interests. We have a responsibility to participate in the liberation of life upon earth by living virtuously and performing good actions. We have to play our dutiful roles in the collective evolution of life upon earth. True, animals cannot earn good merit on their own. However, they give us immense opportunities to practice compassion and alleviate their suffering. By giving us those opportunities they help us to cultivate virtues of purity (sattva) and work for our self-transformation. In return, they automatically earn good karma. The world gives us numerous opportunities to be good and practice goodness towards others. When we use those opportunities, we not only help ourselves karmically but also open the doors for those whom we help to purify themselves. These are the principles and understandings i believe in and apply in life If you understand this logic, you will realize why human life is so important in the spiritual evolution of individuals as well as the whole world. This becomes self-evident from the following thought process. 1. Most animals lack intelligence and free will. Hence, it is difficult for them to progress on the spiritual path on their own and evolve into higher beings. 2. However, the animals provide the humans with an opportunity to practice compassion and nonviolence and earn good merit. This in turn helps them to cleanse their own karma. 3. Those who understand the suffering of living beings and take upon the suffering of others upon themselves contribute greatly to the spiritual evolution of life upon earth. 4. When you practice compassion, friendliness, and nonviolence towards others, you not only earn good karma but also help others who give you such opportunities to participate in the welfare of the world. We are the gods for the animals Our scriptures say that every day we have to feed animals and other living organism as part of our daily sacrifices. It is called bhuta yajna. This is an obligatory duty for human beings which they have to perform to keep the world in good order. There is a reason for this. In creation, beings of higher planes have to support and protect beings of lower planes. At the highest point in this cosmic order is God Himself, who is the protector and preserver of all. Therefore, we are supposed to be the gods, not demons, for the animals, which belong to a lower plane of intelligence. Just as our gods depend upon us for their nourishment, we depend upon plants and animals for our survival and nourishment. Just as the gods protect us and help us in our practice of Dharma and continuation of our families and human race, we have an obligatory duty to protect them and help them to survive in the mortal world. Implications of animal abuse and cruelty to animals We cannot neglect this obligatory duty, unless we want to unleash disorder and chaos in the world, like the demons, and delay our own spiritual evolution. Unfortunately, there are many people in the world who pay no attention to the indiscriminate destruction of marine and terrestrial life to the point of their extinction. They do not realize how much bad karma we are accumulating in this regard. If this continues, the collective karma of the human race may reach a threshold point resulting in greater suffering for the entire world. You can expect frequent natural calamities, incurable diseases, loss of life, and shortages of food and other resources. To me this, is not even divine, simply logical, and the consequence of cause and effect within a contained ecosystem . .
  25. Manfred von Dreidecker

    The sky seems to be falling in again

  26. You don't know that CO2 causes any major positive feedbacks. Be honest about this.
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