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  2. To really appreciate the Beatles as musicians you'll have to take the Group apart and measure them on their own ... Paul's bass Ringo's Drumming George's Guitar ... John ... well John just had to be John ... ~
  3. Well, hidden in the sense that it is not readily seen? I mean it is a small dirt road that takes u to that lovely statue. In South Africa the one desert my aunt stayed in became up to 42 degrees( before global warming). Luckily it was a dry heat, so u scorched yes but no humidity to contend with. Now in Durban we had a mere 34 degrees with humidity.. I cried a little...
  4. I don't experience this myself, but can you post a video of waving towels or waving anything? I'd be interested to see this.
  5. There is a pattern. The same tired old arguments keep getting posted and no evidence is ever posted. The simple fact of the matter is that there is basically no evidence for UFOs yet people continue to recycle the same old nonsense.
  6. Yes we did. I'm in my fifties and the harassment started in middle school for me, because I looked a lot older than I was. There was not one time, if I felt the need to expose someone's actions, there was not an immediate reaction. The majority of the time I dealt with them myself and they never bothered me again. But the resources and support was there.
  7. A straw man argument is described here. The fact that you don't care that your posts do not address what I posted simply shows how vacuous your arguments are. Your posts are without merit because they do not respond to what I did post. Instead they are some meritless jabber unrelated to what I posted. I posted that you need to do research after you suggested others have not. You continue to pretend that there is good evidence. I have not seen any and you are free to post something that you think is good evidence.
  8. Thanks for posting that. It shows that the "Mueller can't be biased because he's a Republican" claim is bogus.
  9. , well I have never kissed a Roo so no lol
  10. That was my point to sherapy. Catholics believe the pope has the authority to change doctrine, and even to change the words of the bible, if he wants to, because he has divine authority from god.
  11. What if you got worms and the worms have colds and they passed their colds onto you? (I have quite an imagination.)
  12. It is not true that I come here only too educate. I also come to debate and to learn, But to learn one must be presented with new ideas concepts and facts I am ALWAYS interested in other people's experiences because it helps me understand them. but some people believe that only their own experiences represent the complete reality of the world around them Statements like this are not debating, they are statements of judgement You have not, so you follow Christian principals but are not a Christian If you want to preface that with, "in my opinion" then, yes, i can argue against that position, and have just been doing so, but if you are just going to tell me that, in your expert judgement, i am not a christian then we have nothing to discuss. i have one consistent position which i have held for decades. it is not simple and it is not black and white so it does not appeal to some nor make sense to others, who are conditioned into exclusivist religious beliefs, but it has remained consistent always. I don't flip flop on arguments Take the neanderthal debate You suggested that tool use among neandertals about 200000 years ago showed the y had human level self awareness. i argued it did not That such self awareness is only demonstrable from evidences of abstract conceptual and symbolic thinking not concrete thinking. So to me neanderthals evolved modern self awareness about he same time homo sapiens did 70-100 thousand tears ago. Yet you just said that i argued they did not have self awareness I've always said that i consider neandertals to be humans because they showed the same evidences of spiritual thinking /abstract conceptual thought, as homo sapiens BUT only within the last 100000 years (like homo sapiens ) when a major evolutionary change in the sophistication of human language /thought, occurred
  13. It will collapse soon enough. Its formed a classic fib trading pattern and has went hyperbolic. Its going to crash hard. Its a money vacuum cleaner. Watch and see. It trades like a low float stock. It is fun to trade but will suck money out of your wallet in a second.
  14. nah you'd get worms before getting a cold from one
  15. third_eye

    Dangit ... I just burnt my sausages ... wait ... that didn't sound right ... stupid Jurgen Klopp


  16. The Catholics do not beleive in heaven or hell as a place and have not for along time, few takers. Lol Religion is a franchise it doesn't survive without supporters and as the culture changes and grows so does religion. Did you know the roots of purgatory was the Catholics version of reincarnation ( second chances). Why would one stay with a religion that offered hell over one who said no, join us you get second chances over here.
  17. Whale cords jmccr8
  18. See told ya It would have been political suicide to ignore the vote.
  19. You are correct, it doesn't work like that. The Devil/Satan works behind the scenes, and the Pope may now be aware of who it is. God Bless!
  20. Boy you really like jumping of a bridge don't. You added a lot into my comment maybe you should just write my posts for me. jmccr8
  21. Yeah, I think women are now basically standing up for themselves and saying enough is enough. I believe that going back some 20 years ago plus. Woman back then didn't really have much of a voice within the work place, or wherever else they may have been vulnerable or exposed to for this type of unwanted behaviour exhibited by certain types of men. I say 'certain types of men' because I don't believe that every man is / or was like that. I think it was more to do with the era of being the 'norm', especially by those who were also in a position of power, thus were able to abuse the privilege. If you look at the age of most of these men, such as Harvey Weinstein, Bill Clinton, Donald Trump, Al Franken, Bill O'Reilly, and Roy Moore just to name a few, well their ages alone seems to depict what was once accepted as being ok as to treat and look on women as being meat rather than being treated as a human being. It's also not just in the U.S. where this type of sexual harassment / abuse towards women was obviously rife going back somewhat 20 ago and more, as this type of mindset is / and has been fairly common for sometime. The thing is, is that women are now speaking up and saying that 'their bodies belong to them', so any unwelcome form of groping or forced physical contact, is sexual assault. If it's not consensual, then it's NOT OK! The same also applies to lewd, crude and derogatory remarks made about women in an open way that is clearly unacceptable as what Donald Trump is also well known for. I simply can't help but wonder about what sort of message this sends to this generation of young boys and men. Especially coming from someone who should be setting an example as being POTUS, rather than taking them backwards to having the mindset and mentality of a caveman or mountain gorilla.
  22. Ahhhh ya means his corduroys ... ~
  23. Lol...right! No secret there! However...there is a difference between you and the 'rest' of the Bipartisan aren't a Hack. Not in my believe what you believe and because you have always been a Democrat you tend to think in that vein. Not that there is anything wrong with that. Like you said...everyone else is (showing their bias). I just think that you are smarter than the average CNN believing hackist. Now that I have showered you with blessings....ahem.... Rosenstien under Fire Wednesday’s revelations—they’re coming almost daily—include the Justice Department’s release of 2016 text messages to and from Peter Strzok, the FBI counterintelligence agent whom Mr. Mueller demoted this summer. The texts, which he exchanged with senior FBI lawyer Lisa Page, contain expletive-laced tirades against Mr. Trump. Such Trump hatred is no surprise and not by itself disqualifying. More troubling are texts that suggest that some FBI officials may have gone beyond antipathy to anti-Trump plotting. “I want to believe the path you threw out for consideration in Andy’s office—that there’s no way [Trump] gets elected—but I’m afraid we can’t take that risk,” Mr. Strzok wrote Ms. Page in an Aug. 15, 2016 text. He added: “It’s like an insurance policy in the unlikely event you die before you’re 40.” What “policy” would that be? The “Andy” in question is Andrew McCabe, the deputy FBI director. FBI officials are allowed to have political opinions, but what kind of action were they discussing that would amount to anti-Trump “insurance”? In another exchange that month, Ms. Page forwarded a Trump-related article and wrote: “Maybe you’re meant to stay where you are because you’re meant to protect the country from that menace.” He thanked her and assured: “Of course I’ll try and approach it that way.” Mr. Strzok, recall, is the man who changed the words “grossly negligent” to “extremely careless” in James Comey’s July 2016 public exoneration of Hillary Clinton’s emails.
  24. Can't wait to see what my present is! Have a good night.
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