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  2. Hundreds of bottles containing human tissue samples have been found at the Crescent Hotel in Arkansas. https://www.unexplained-mysteries.com/news/327111/haunted-hotel-yields-cache-of-mystery-jars
  3. Opening gambits in EU / UK exit negotiations;

    thanks for that... just seen a tweet from around 3 hours ago.. https://mobile.twitter.com/RobinTilbrook/status/1119588257950588930 Our barrister has been working on a devastating response to the Government's 'Grounds of Resistance' which we will file with the High Court on Tuesday and press for the earliest hearing date! Once properly filed I will publish on (link: http://RobinTilbrook.blogspot.co.uk) RobinTilbrook.blogspot.co.uk
  4. I don't believe you

    Walls of words abound here. Some are slaves to walls while others are free to build them without reproach. Addressing those posts on ethics and slavery, just where do ethics originate? And when did slavery first begin, and where? It's all about justice...Absolutely! Absolute justice is what frees all of us from slavery. Ethics? In the physical world Nature and Evolution dictate ethics; survival of the fittest, where only the strong survive....at any cost. Strength may also mean submission. Submission for the benefit of the stronger, since to survive in our world requires the destruction of others. To survive in this "eat or be eaten" world, ethics are just an ornament on someone's else grave, or slavery collar. Reincarnation/Karma squares all ethical and unethical behavior...says true philosophy. Is Free Will conditional? But of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, thou shalt not eat of it: for in the day that thou eatest thereof thou shalt surely die. Is it still deemed as free will when one is persuaded to eat the fruit, through deceptive means? ...but of the fruit of the tree in the middle of the garden, God has said, ‘You must not eat of it or touch it, or you will die.’” “You will not surely die,” the serpent told her. “For God knows that in the day you eat of it, your eyes will be opened and you will be like God, knowing good and evil.” Adam and Eve had been given a bad apple from God, as He exposed them to evil without first giving them the knowledgeable of good and evil. Whereby, with that knowledge, they could have recognized the lie, and therefore avoided the mortal sin....disobedience. Was it ethical for God to expose his two created children to dangers without giving them proper instructions on how to avoid them and survive in the garden without worries, pain and work? But the real question in the story is, who lied, God or the serpent? What is the real moral of the story, ethically speaking? And what of slavery in the story? Is not slavery a form of punishment? Is not a form of bodily slavery having to do something mandatory? For instance, eating is mandatory for living. To the woman he said, “I will make your pains in childbearing very severe; with painful labor you will give birth to children.Your desire will be for your husband, and he will rule over you.” To Adam he said, “Because you listened to your wife and ate fruit from the tree about which I commanded you, ‘You must not eat from it,’ “Cursed is the ground because of you; through painful toil you will eat food from it all the days of your life. It will produce thorns and thistles for you, and you will eat the plants of the field. By the sweat of your brow you will eat your food until you return to the ground, since from it you were taken; for dust you are and to dust you will return.” That was a savage punishment for two that were put in a catch-22 position, ethically speaking. Imagine being placed between God and His devil without any knowledge of His Good or His Evil! I believe, rather than I don't believe. I believe the Garden of Eden is an Affirmation of a Savage Garden. I believe the sun should never set upon an argument I believe we place our happiness in other people's hands I believe that junk food tastes so good because it's bad for you I believe your parents did the best job they knew how to do I believe that beauty magazines promote low self esteem I believe I'm loved when I'm completely by myself alone I believe in Karma what you give is what you get returned I believe you can't appreciate real love until you've been burned I believe the grass is no more greener on the other side I believe you don't know what you've got until you say goodbye I believe you can't control or choose your sexuality I believe that trust is more important than monogamy I believe that your most attractive features are your heart and soul I believe that family is worth more than money or gold I believe the struggle for financial freedom isn't fair I believe the only ones who disagree are millionaires I believe in Karma what you give is what you get returned I believe you can't appreciate real love until you've been burned I believe the grass is no more greener on the other side I believe you don't know what you've got until you say goodbye I believe forgiveness is the key to your unhappiness I believe that wedded bliss negates the need to be undressed I believe that God does not endorse TV evangelists
  5. R.I.P. Dr. Roger Leir

    As buff as Steven Greer is I doubt he uses crack or any other illegal substance besides steroids.
  6. How superstitions spread

    I am happy to walk under a ladder, but I make sure that nothing is likely to land on my head by looking up and checking whether anyone is on that ladder. It is probably the only superstition that makes sense in that regard. The only cats I have had were both black. I have never understood the fear that can be generated by opening an umbrella indoors, putting new shoes on a table, passing someone on the stairs, two knives crossed on a table, throwing salt over the shoulder if you spill some, having to say something or other to a magpie if you see one (don’t know too much about that one) and so on. All part of the rich tapestry of life!
  7. R.I.P. Dr. Roger Leir

    Yeah crack does that to a person.....
  8. Vlad the Mighty

    Does anyone else think it's ironic that the "new rival party" formed by  Conservative traitor Anna Soubry and her fellow anti-brexiteers is called "Change UK", when the one thing they DON'T want is change, and they want everything to stay exactly as it is? 

  9. Russia probes II -- The Mueller Report

    Benjamin Franklin had quite a bit to say about Freedom of the Press. https://www.heritage.org/american-founders/commentary/franklin-and-the-free-press One Franklin quote from the article. I highly recommend everyone read this article as it is well worth the time spent.
  10. Russia probes II -- The Mueller Report

    The Steele Dossier...the core support used to justify FISA warrants for spying on Trump campaign officials...that sacred document STILL being hailed by some Lefties as proof of Trump's unfitness for office...is now being called out by (of all sources) NYT as itself being the product of Russian disinformation. Oh, boy...grab a seat: Mueller Report Likely to Renew Scrutiny of Steele Dossier https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/19/us/politics/steele-dossier-mueller-report.html One wonders if this is the real reason Barr said "Russians tried to interfere with our elections". In any event, it's getting suckier by the day to be a Dem/RINO politician.
  11. Critically ill man is former Russian spy

    It just beggars belief what the whole country and Salisbury in particular was put through early last year in the run up to the World Cup ... 'Duckgate' doesn't answer all the questions - I doubt that will ever happen - but it does show that subterfuge was used to get Trump to expel 60 Russian diplomats - he was lied to... I can't even remember anything about children and ducks being part of the narrative... but apparently AFTER allegedly being poisoned by the deadliest nerve agent known to man - contaminated by some on the door handle at the house..... father and daughter Skripal were caught on CCTV feeding ducks with bread and giving some bread to children (one who ate some) to give to the ducks.... which would mean if it had been novichok the children and ducks would be .... well...... dead ducks... what a palaver the whole sorry business was... presumably to drive a wedge between Western Nations and Russia... (amongst other things..)
  12. XenoFish

    You know you've entered the wrong Mcdonald's when the only beverage in the drink machine is faygo.

    1. Piney


       I can't stand the smell driving by that place.......:wacko:

  13. $2.5million all-electric supercar unveiled

    They lost me at the 6 and 7th digits of the price
  14. R.I.P. Dr. Roger Leir

    No, I am suggesting that Steven Greer has nothing real to do with skinwalker ranch, but yes, I believe there is something real going on there.
  15. How superstitions spread

    People who have to proclaim their intelligence or brag about it are not intelligent, they are insecure and need attention. I have run in to a couple of men who had to be sure I knew what their IQ was, the were not smart people or thinkers. I never understood why they needed me to know their IQ. Both of them got chastised by me for telling me as I know it is not a true measurement of intelligence. Common sense is more important than how well you do on a skewed standardized test based on social expectations, rather than actual intelligence. The same can be said about anyone who proclaims loudly and often that they are .... fill in the blank, they are not and just want people to believe they are for some reason, usually to get money or something for nothing.
  16. $2.5million all-electric supercar unveiled

    Hey Doc? How much power does this thing take to run?
  17. Russia probes II -- The Mueller Report

    such sarcasm. In one so young. 'Tis a terrible thing to behold !
  18. {un}holy haiku - 3rd Edition

    emanating field Earth's mighty glamor, spinning love among the stars
  19. R.I.P. Dr. Roger Leir

    Steven Greer. He says he has to have body guards because someone is trying to kill him, he says he can call in the ships but usually all you see is lights, and if you don't see them, you are not special or some such. He is a drama queen that loves the attention and figures out what people want to hear, not consistent. That is what I mean by "all over the place". His main theme does not change, I will give him that. My opinions on the videos and what people have told me.
  20. XenoFish

    Due to the rise of morbid obesity, the stairway to heaven has been replaced by an escalator.

  21. Atheism is incompatible with science

    "If" there is a heaven, does it really matter what it is?
  22. Trump Wanted To Put Migrants In Sanctuary Cit

    Here's what Cher had to say about illegal immigrants before and after Trump's proposal.
  23. Today
  24. Russia probes II -- The Mueller Report

    Trump being the outsider, he’s not that up on established protocol. That’s one thing that the insiders hate about Trump. And that’s what the people like about him. He is shaking up the status quo in Washington. Stirring up the cockroaches. So I’m sure early on he is feeling his way through. That’s why there was early discourse. No big deal. But that does present perception problems and the MSM got a hold of that and alienated themselves from the President and the People. Because Comey would not announce that Trump was not under investigation, I think Trump then surmised that Comey was a source of the leaks and it was time for him to go. At the same time, that gave the cabal ammunition to take down Trump. But I think it blew up in their faces and we’re going to be discovering this in the months to come. We’ll be hearing about treason and the soft coup. In business, you send an underling to fire somebody. But the perception that the MSM had built up made it uneasy for anyone else to do it. Trump knew he was not involved with collusion but the perception of it pushed by the MSM was damaging to this country and Trump needed to mitigate these holes in his Administration. This is why in times past the current rulers would put everyone involved with the previous ruler to death. Now we don’t do that today, but with what Trump has had to deal with, emphasizes the need to remove everyone from power of the previous Administration, which would require a law to no longer slow walk confirmations through the Senate. The thing is, is that Trump could have called Comey to the Oval Office, told him that he was getting too close to the truth about him and Putin working together and fire Comey and that would not have been obstruction. I’m sure this will be repeated another million times but the FBI Director works at the pleasure of the President and the President can fire him at any time for any reason, PERIOD! = NOT OBSTRUCTION. Comey is not the FBI. If there was real evidence of collusion then the rank and file would be working the case and whoever took over would be bound to bring charges (not everyone is Hilary). No charges were brought because there were none to begin with.
  25. The ugliest royal portraits in history

    Francisco Goya, in his portraits of the Spanish Royal family, was notable at the art of indirect mockery, showing the imbecilic and corrupt Royals of the time (whom he loathed but who were his employers) quite accurately, but dressing them sumptuously in gorgeous settings, using all his considerable skills of design and painterly brush wizardry to confuse them with glamorous trappings, but portraying them brutally, acutely, incisively...warts and all. It seems they never caught on, dazzled by his virtuosity. The Queen (from a large state group portrait) A royal cousin among others
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