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  2. Do you believe Trump could have someone killed? If so, then why not Clinton? She's been at the very pinnacle of power. Within a few votes of being the most "powerful" human on Earth.
  3. I watched the vid also and I can clearly state that the accident could had been prevented by the driver but she failed on 2 major points here. First, the driver was distracted because of playing with an electronic device, which is exactly the scenario I`ve described in post #6. 2nd, the driver didnt responded adequate to the situation by just waiting for the impact. The golden rule (to survive) for motorcyclists and drivers in general is: " look where you want to drive or you will hit what you look at". If the driver would had the eyes on the street and the hands on the steering wheel, and well trained as well, she would had done an emergency break combined with an avoidance manoeuvre straight to the left, the old lady would still be alive. The vid:
  4. As a congratulatory parade for Putin's re-election?
  5. I’m obviously being misunderstood. I accept that we don’t “know” certain things. I certainly do not reject science. Indeed I believe the best scientists keep an open mind as to things that are not yet known. For the ghost phenomenon I don’t believe it is appropriate to say it’s an impossibility, but I will accept it is an improbability based on current understanding. Lots of you are saying “I don’t think ghosts exist”, “I don’t know if ghosts exist”. That’s fine, and actually the correct opinion since there is no scientific evidence. It’s the ones who say “ghosts definitely don’t exist” I have an issue with.
  6. I always knew that draining the swamp merely meant replacing the swamp dwellers with Trump swamp dwellers - I just didn't realise that some would be so suited to the environment.
  7. some would say ....
  8. First you ask alot questions, Then you come back with this...Wow you really are a smart guy...Have a bit more respect than that geez.... Seemed to me you were curious about spiritual healing, now your an expert...Then again you wouldnt have said it if you didnt have proof surely...So I ask you wheres your proof that miracles dont happen? ..
  9. Well if you guys would believe that 75% of Americans want Mueller gone, then apparently we do know more than you.
  10. My candidate? I hate Hillary. @Farmer77 Think we should just put a disclaimer on our signatures or something? I mean that's tens of times now that we (and plenty of others on UM) have had to tell people that hating Trump is not the same as supporting Hillary. DieChecker, how is she equally as dangerous as the ex leader of the most powerful clandestine organisation in the world? You guys actually believe, with zero proof or even any evidence, that she's an outright murderer. That is madness. You have - literally - been brainwashed.
  11. Solomon had a keen appreciation of the finer things of life.
  12. EXCELLENT plan, Vlad. I like your style In light of the recent events in Salisbury, perhaps we could persuade President Trump to hold the parade in Red Square ?
  13. That can't POSSIBLY stand up in court ? That would criminalise EVERYTHING, and give a green light to arbitrary police harassment. ?
  14. "abolish all regulations pertaining to, for example, safety and environmental legislation if it might get in the way of allowing Gigantic American Corporations to Make as Much Money as Possible", would that be the policy?
  15. Nope.. that was just in fun (and you know it) At least he wasn't groping Donald's delicate's ..
  16. A parade? GOODY? I'm totally in favor of it. Tanks that damage the road? Just an opportunity to repave the roads and improve them. Creating jobs. Stimulus. IMHO, we should invite other nations to participate also. Canada, Mexico, Caribbean nations, the UK.....
  17. an adult world? The world of Old Testament vengeance to anyone who threatens, even merely verbally, the Chosen People? That's an adult way to behave in the modern world is i?
  18. You're in the dino riding crew to yay
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  20. I'm curious myself. However, I very much doubt it will hurt him at all. I think they are just going to point back at the numerous Democrats who have been caught with their hands in the cookie jar, so to speak, and call it even. That seems to be what is done in today's political discussions.
  21. it's not defending Trump I'm worried about, it's his apparent enthusiasm for slaughtering thousands.
  22. Are you deliberately being as provocative as possible now just to get a response,or have you really become an insanely belligerent neocon, spluttering fire and fury? If you really are being serious, shall we try to think about this; many Iranians that you know personally want to see an end to the rule of the Mad Mullahs in Iran. Now, how many of these brave Iranian freedom fighting patriots that you know personally actually live in Iran? Many? Or are most of them living in expatriate enclaves in British Columbia? So these freedom fighters wouldn't be at much risk of being annihilated in drone strikes or by Mothers of All Bombs if the current president was to take your advice. On the other hand, many tens of thousands of the poor oppressed Iranians would . Why don't people try to think before being so utterly stupid?
  23. Surely this is some sort of "fake news". Perhaps a "joke" that was supposed to be made in a week from now (April 1st).
  24. That is not in question. However, in saying that christianity is ''relatively benign'' he admits that religion can evolve and transform over time. It's about how it was interpreted. If christianity can be a positive force in modern-day society, that just shows that it's core message is still relevant.
  25. That was a bit of theater, but many do hold him up as their champion. Who with (flawless?) logic tears down the institution of religion. He is considered by many to put forward one of the best arguments. And if it is the best argument, then it is the one with the least flaws? Yes? True. Though there is the famous scene with Jesus and "he who is without sin throw the first stone", right? I did say, "Taught correctly that would be better even then atheism.". Can you argue with that? The only argument I've heard that really holds weight is concerning extreme teachings regarding "sexual immorality". Oh, and possibly the ignoring of slavery.... Atheism doesn't teach anything. Not hope, not love, not peace. Only that there is no higher power. I thought it more politic not to name specific religions and their specific negative practices. After all, we do have a wide variety of religions represented here on UM. I wasn't even thinking of atheists in those sentences, but as to what the other religion choices are. All religions have violence in their history, which I think is a human issue. Comparing not history, but teachings, I think is what should be considered in this point of discussion. The problem with each individual having their own version of Peace/Love/Hope is that each individual varies. Having a religion standardizes such things. Having an organization that promotes something is always going to be more socially effective then each individual doing it on their own. I do agree that religion is not necessary for the individual, however I believe that society as a whole does benefit still to a large degree from it. From Christianity in particular.
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