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John Baker wrote:

On Fri, 27 Apr 2012 07:59:06 -0700 (PDT), Waldo Tunnel <waldotunnel@gmail.com wrote:


I know you have but many others take him seriously, and it is

embarrassing.


Same with LiarBoi, US4, duke, Andrew - the whole lot of them, really.

Why anybody still gives those idiots the time of day is beyond me.

The quality of a.a. trolls has taken a severe nosedive in ten years.


Jeanne Douglas wrote:


Explain your silly anthropic principle in a way that is not silly.

This universe appears designed for human life, but this is an illusion based on the fact that we do live in it. If there were a different kind of universe that could support life, then that universe would appear fine-tined for whatever life it allowed to exist, and the conditions in our own universe would appear bizarre and hostile to that life.



Matt wrote: On Apr 27, 7:02 am, linuxgal <linux...@cleanposts.com wrote: Yoorg...@Jurgis.net wrote: >

"Civilization is the process of setting man free from men." --Ayn Rand


Ayn Rand was a hypocrite and an idiot. An idealist living in a cynical

world.

Ad Hom noted.


Civilization is realizing that your rights end where another's nose

begins.

That's essentially what she said.


2966 Dead wrote:


Tell me where in the Constitution it says anything about capitalism.

Amendment 4:

"The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated..."

Capitalism is based on the concept of private property.

The sooner you learn that the Constitution does not grant people rights, but limits the scope of government to take away those rights, the better.


Sid9 wrote:


Obamacare simply is a plan for paying for it and relieving the burden on

taxpayers for those who refuse to pay their fair share.

Americans hate it when other people pick our wallet and our doctor, but under ObamaCare the government does both. By now everyone understands why Congress called it a health care reform BILL. Good health is grand, the fine for not getting health coverage is two grand.




Zacharias Mulletstein wrote:


He gave them Asperger's to test them. That is the reason He causes all

illnesses and injury.

What we really need, then, is an omniscient deity who doesn't need to perform tests because he already knows the outcome.


BTR1701 wrote:

In article <jnechu$tk$1@dont-email.me>, "Sid9" <sid9@ bellsouth.net

wrote:


Obamacare has flaws because it's all that Republicans would agree to.


Yes, because otherwise it would have been absolutely perfect, just like

everything else the government does.

Obamacare combines the efficiency of the postal service with the compassion of the IRS and the discretion of the TSA.


deep@dudu.org wrote:

On Fri, 27 Apr 2012 16:11:12 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com> wrote:


2966 Dead wrote:

Tell me where in the Constitution it says anything about capitalism.

Amendment 4: >

"The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers,

and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be

violated..." >

Capitalism is based on the concept of private property.


Socialism is based on the concept that some things can't be trusted to

capitalism.

Those who can, do, those who can't become socialists, take from those who have, give to those who have not, and take their 30% cut.


BeamMeUpScotty wrote:


ACORN aiding and abetting the child sex/prostitution of 14 year old

girls is just part of the Democrats war on women...

Barack Obama has announced a new initiative to significantly reduce crime in America. He's going to ask ACORN to stop doing crimes.


trotsky wrote: On 4/27/12 9:05 AM, linuxgal wrote: trotsky wrote: >

Apparently Republican obstructionism has eluded you. >

Yeah, standing in the way of socialized medicine is "obstructionism" to

libs. To me, it's a job well done.


What planet did you say you were from?

The one where the monkeys came down from the trees and became the most fearsome predators on the savanna despite having no predator tooth or claw. Your herd planet may be nice and fuzzy, but my fellow predator-monkeys think you're all just a bunch of slackers.


John Locke wrote:

On Fri, 27 Apr 2012 08:16:16 -0700 (PDT), BroilJAB <DesignDenier@wmconnect.com wrote:


The atheist is suspect in most all crimes. He actually

believes that he can rob and kill you, if the cops do not

catch him. The atheist has no conscience, and believes

there is no repercussion whatsoever for even the most

heinous crimes --as long as he is not apprehended.

No one in their right mind wants a man living near him

who actually thinks and acts as an atheist. >

..this kind of hate propaganda was employed by Adolf Hitler

against the Polish people in order to justify invasion.

Joseph Goebbels would be very proud of you.


Oh darn, the thread is over, and it was just getting started.


Alan Ferris wrote:

On Fri, 27 Apr 2012 07:16:49 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com> wrote:


duke wrote: On Wed, 25 Apr 2012 17:43:38 -0700, rL@somis.org (• R. L. Measures.) wrote: >

In article <vaogp7hgftuuf14ber1misk5lq2jup2qm3@4ax.com>, duke <duckgumbo32@cox.net wrote: >

It's in the bible effective 33AD. >

• Saul of Tarsus?

Jesus, John, Paul.

George, Ringo.


Don't forget the ladies, Yoko and Linda.

And Patty Boyd, George's old lady, who had Clapton on his knees crying "Layla!"


2966 Dead wrote: On Fri, 27 Apr 2012 17:17:50 -0600, deep wrote:


On Fri, 27 Apr 2012 16:11:12 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com> wrote: > 2966 Dead wrote:

Tell me where in the Constitution it says anything about capitalism.

Amendment 4: >

"The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers,

and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be

violated..." >

Capitalism is based on the concept of private property.


If that were true, then employers would be running drug tests, credit

checks, and other invasive procedures on employees and prospective

employees.

Gosh, you're right, employers do none of those things.


Gary Forbis wrote: On Apr 27, 7:18 am, clairbear <clairb...@msn.com wrote:

linuxgal <linux...@cleanposts.com wrote innews:meydndbrU6PwPwfSnZ2dnUVZ_omdnZ2d@giganews.com: > Gary Forbis wrote:

No one is entitled to a profit.

No one is entitled to my product. They can obtain my product on my

terms. My terms involve a substantial profit to overcome losses due to

taxes and regulations and the general fuckedness of the universe. If

they do not accept my terms, they can find another product.

If it's a good product I'll buy one if it's worth my money and any profits

you make are yours,


Yes, exactly, however when it comes to healthcare the state has an

interest in the quality and availability of the product.

Maybe the state does. Not the federal government. This will be made clear in June when SCOTUS, like a turd falling on a Tiffany's crystal dinner plate, drops their decision vacating the personal mandate.


Smiler wrote: On Thu, 26 Apr 2012 21:31:24 -0700, J wrote:


Day 1: fertilization: all human chromosomes are present; unique human

life begins. >


You appear to believe that your conception is more important than your

birth, so why don't you celebrate your 'conception day' instead of your

birthday?


Because the drive in movie theater where it happened has been turned into a Lowe's.


Jason wrote:

In article <94qdnRGfLMGuXwXSnZ2dnUVZ_rednZ2d@giganews.com>, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


Jason wrote: >

I don't like it when liberal democrats choose as a target a stay-at-home

mom that has a serious disease. What's next? Are they going to start

saying negative things about their dogs or cats?

Obama only has glowing things to say about dogs.


He likes dogs so much that he once ate dog meat. So I guess you could say

that he does like dogs.

Thank God he never carried his meals home on the roof of his car, that would make him totally disgusting like Mitt Romney.


Yoorghis@Jurgis.net wrote:

On Wed, 25 Apr 2012 18:47:47 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com> wrote:


...a state that I didn't even know had emissions standards.


Wouln't affect a eunuch like you, would it?

Yeah, I've pretty much been without testicles my whole life. But I've learned to adapt.


Yoorghis@Jurgis.net wrote:

On Wed, 25 Apr 2012 17:58:15 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com> wrote:


Liberalism: "You earn it; we spend it; borrow the rest from China, send

the bill to your grandchildren. Any questions?"


Yes.


Who caused the disaster that made us have to borrow?

The politicians who are afraid of losing their job if they match spending to revenue. Take what you need, but pay as you go.


duke wrote: On Sun, 22 Apr 2012 12:39:49 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


You get slaughtered on Sacred Scripture every time you hit send.


Never have. Don't see why you would think that now. I'm a protest_ant's worst

nightmare - a Roman Catholic that knows scripture.

Duke, you don't know diddly-squat about Sacred Scripture. I've been running rings around you and everybody knows it. But you do know how to salvage your position by declaring the Word of God of none effect.


BroilJAB wrote:

As if we all didn't easily see:


Virgil = LinuxGirl = yfk = Fidem = RevHarrgone


Anytime you see a 'new' poster who begins

immediately to speak in a bizarre 'chatty' voice,

you don't even need to trace ISDN to instantly

see...it is John Baker Virgil Zachariah Mulletstein.

Sure, new poster. I was posting to a.a. as Teresita in July 1998.


duke wrote:


Yes, haahaahaa. Priests don't hire 17 year old boys in french outfits as

housekeepers.

Vatican news headline: MALE PROSTITUTES APPEAL TO POPE


Alex W. wrote:


I wonder what he'd make of the sight of a dragonfly alighting on

the blossom of a dragon orchid in 2012, the year of the dragon.


If he came to Britain and saw the flag of Wales, would he then

declare that dragons live in the British Isles?


Do we tell him that "riding a dragon" means driving a Russian

off-road car?

Meddle not in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with ketchup.


duke wrote: On Fri, 27 Apr 2012 06:31:10 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


duke wrote: On Thu, 26 Apr 2012 10:18:02 -0700, rL@somis.org (• R. L. Measures.) wrote: >

• Saul of Tarsus built the foundation of Mass.

Nope, Paul was the first Christian observed holding Mass in scripture after the

cross.


On the contrary, it is written (Acts 2:42) And they continued stedfastly

in the apostles' doctrine and fellowship, and in breaking of bread, and

in prayers.


Not a disagreement. Acts 2:42 is clearly a reflection of the new Christians

holding **daily** Mass. Paul in 1 Cor 11:17-34 is also an example of holding

Mass.

Alleluia, I got Duke to accept a rebuke from Sacred Scripture. I finally got points on the board.


David Fritzinger wrote:



Is the Ford Mustang a horse?

Nope, but my 96 'Stang has got some horses.


duke wrote: On Fri, 27 Apr 2012 22:46:44 -0500, Mitchell Holman <nomailcomcast.net wrote:


  Has religion provided ANY answers?


Has atheism?

Psalm 78:69 says the Earth will abide forever. Atheism says the Earth will be consumed by the fiery atmosphere of Sol when she drops off the main sequence.


duke wrote: On Fri, 27 Apr 2012 18:03:59 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


Duke, you don't know diddly-squat about Sacred Scripture. I've been

running rings around you and everybody knows it. But you do know how to

salvage your position by declaring the Word of God of none effect.


You're just a classic protest_er, a one-verse says it all Christian. In fact,

I'm your worst enemy - A Roman Catholic that DOES know scripture. In fact,

I've found you remarkably weak in your knowledge.

Actually, I'm Taoist.


David Hartung wrote:


Once again the "class warfare" crowd proves that they haven't the sense

to "solve" anything.

Unemployment was 4.5% when Pelosi became Speaker. Just sayin'.


Tracey12 wrote: On Apr 27, 1:15 pm, wy <w...@myself.com wrote:


You're a rebel without a cause.


You're a Communist without a brain. As a canuck who lives in highly

socialized Canada, how can you begin to understand the concept of

limited government,

President Obama barnstormed the heartland to boost US jobs in a taxpayer-financed bus the US government had custom built -- in Canada.



Tom Gardner wrote: On 4/27/2012 10:30 PM, Yoorghis@Jurgis.net wrote: >

The HC act pushed by Obama is NOT an "Obama" idea >

It was a REPUBLICAN idea and policy >

IDIOT>


Except the libtards filled it with libtard "Easter Eggs" that insure

complete destruction of the economy.


America-hating Democrats have a problem to fit every solution. And when they "fix" the US health care system, where will seriously ill Canadians go?


duke wrote: On Fri, 27 Apr 2012 06:27:48 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


The problem is the celibacy requirement creates a perpetual shortage of

priests, so the Church hierarchy has a vested interest in keeping the

ones they have on the job no matter how sick they are. So they kick the

pedo can down the road to another parish.


Are you holding hands with rl now?

Sorry. I forgot you don't like icky heterosexual things.


duke wrote: On Fri, 27 Apr 2012 06:17:12 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


Alan Ferris wrote: On Fri, 27 Apr 2012 06:01:20 -0500, duke <duckgumbo32@cox.net wrote: >

By showing they lied? You have a strange

idea of the verb "to accept". Jesus of the

"prophecies" was not the messiah they

"predicted".

They misunderstood.

God lied to his prophets?

Not only did God lie to his prophets, he MADE them lie, and then killed

them for lying. >

Ezekiel 14:9 And if the prophet be deceived when he hath spoken a thing,

I the LORD have deceived that prophet, and I will stretch out my hand

upon him, and will destroy him from the midst of my people Israel.


False prophets need that.

You fail to understand the passage. All prophets get their information from God. If a prophet gives bum information, God admits that he misled them. But instead of apologizing, he kills the prophet that he misled.

 And this is the deity you wish to serve.


jim wrote:


emoneyjoe wrote:

the borrowing must stop some time,

even though the debt does not ever really

have to be paid down.


That makes doesn't make any sense.


The borrowing will stop and

that will cause a another great depression.

Light at the end of the spending tunnel: When the entire revenue of the federal government goes to service the debt, it can grow no larger.


John Baker wrote:

On Fri, 27 Apr 2012 17:38:59 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com> wrote:


trotsky wrote: On 4/27/12 9:05 AM, linuxgal wrote: trotsky wrote:

Apparently Republican obstructionism has eluded you.

Yeah, standing in the way of socialized medicine is "obstructionism" to

libs. To me, it's a job well done.

What planet did you say you were from?

The one where the monkeys came down from the trees and became the most

fearsome predators on the savanna despite having no predator tooth or

claw.


Let's put you back on that savannah naked and unarmed and see how

"fearsome" you really are. Somehow I don't think that pride of lions

lounging under that tree over there are going to be very impressed

with you. <G>

Well, see, that was the trick. We came down with sharp sticks and loincloths. And losing most of our fur, we developed a very efficient way to remain cool in the heat of the African day. The critters we dubbed "Dinner" didn't have a chance.


Wretch Fossil wrote:


NASA merged microscopic images with macro images to fake moon landing

images.

How did they do the traveling matte opticals? Kubrick used rotoscoping to create the hold mattes on the Aries 1B and such, but that was a labor-intensive process. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang used a blue screen, but sometimes the blue glare bled over onto the car and you got telltale artifacts.


2966 Dead wrote: On Fri, 27 Apr 2012 20:30:58 -0600, Yoorghis wrote:


On Fri, 27 Apr 2012 14:49:28 -0700, MattB <trdell1234@Nomorespamgmail.com wrote: >

You mean the one that just kicked the shit out of the GOP, IS now

kicking the shit out of the GOP, and making rumney look like the idiot

he is? >

 The  primary isn't even over yet.  November a long way off.  Polls

show it close before the Republicans even have a candidate. >

Democrats must be scared. >

That's a strange way of spelling "laughing"


Actually, the only poll that shows it close is Faux News. The rest all

show Obama with between a seven and fifteen point lead.

That can be deceptive. Presidents are elected by the Electoral College.

  The swing states are where you want to do your polling, and you want 

to focus on independent voters.


Patrick wrote:

"Mike Painter" <md.painter@sbcglobal.net wrote ... On 4/27/2012 2:06 PM, Patrick wrote:

"IlBeBauck@gmail.com"<ilbebauck@gmail.com

wrote


Hundreds of people were translating the Bible into heretical

bull shit meanings - specifically in order to change the

one true faith into a bunch of snake handlers, and

various other silly beliefs.

Hundreds?

How amusing.


There are 5000 different "christian" denominations in the US today.

And each one says they are the one true path to salvation. But they all agree their favorite denominations are the ones with Franklin, Grant, Jackson, Hamilton, Lincoln and George W. on them.


Zacharias Mulletstein wrote:



"linuxgal" <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote in message

news:iNWdnQGg7JZMtwbSnZ2dnUVZ_qidnZ2d@giganews.com... Zacharias Mulletstein wrote: >

He gave them Asperger's to test them. That is the reason He causes

all illnesses and injury. >

What we really need, then, is an omniscient deity who doesn't need to

perform tests because he already knows the outcome.


I told you this before. He forces Himself to forget the outcome. He is

powerful enough to do that. He made the plan, gave Himself amnesia, and

now is sitting back and enjoying the show.

The good side of this divine case of Alzheimers: God makes new friends every day.


Jason wrote:


I believe that God created life on this planet. I don't believe it is

possible for life to evolve from non-living matter.

The boundary between life and non-life is not very sharp. Google virus or prion.


Barry OGrady wrote:


Strictly speaking sexual intercourse is between male and female

so there are no homosexuals.

So if there's no homosexuals, why did it take until last year to let them serve openly in the US military?


Jason wrote:


I have noticed that even one celled life forms such as amoebas never

evolve into multi-celled creatures.


It depends on the environmental stresses. A single-family group of cavemen might have evolved into a village of many homes because of raids by outsiders. There is safety in numbers.


Jason wrote:


No. I have seen pictures of the earth that were taken from outer space and

those pictures clearly show that the world is not flat.

Well, your bible says the earth is a circle supported by pillars.



Jason wrote:


It's not the first lie they have told. They once published the Book of

Judas and stated or implied that Judas wrote the Book of Judas. It's a

fact that Judas NEVER wrote the book of Judas. It was written many years

after he died.

You know that Judas died because the Bible tells you so. The Bible has two stories about how Judas died. One says he hung himself, and the other says he rushed headlong into a field, and tripped, and all his guts fell out. One of these stories is a lie.

Matthew 27:5 And he cast down the pieces of silver in the temple, and departed, and went and hanged himself.

Acts 1:18 Now this man purchased a field with the reward of iniquity; and falling headlong, he burst asunder in the midst, and all his bowels gushed out.



ROM ANNEY wrote:

The time will come, sooner than we think, when Americans will be able

to acquire drones to use on their unruly or filthy neighbors.

"That's Homer Simpson, Sir. He's a drone from Sector 7-G." - Smithers


Eat your Peas & Dog wrote:

US Economy Grows at Tepid 2.2% Pace; Misses Estimates

Welcome to the second leg of the double dip, brought to you by the biggest dip to ever disgrace the Oval Office.


US4ZION wrote: On Apr 28, 12:02 am, BroilJAB <DesignDen...@wmconnect.com wrote:

Theodore Nugenstein is an irish American.

And he puts scaring the living daylights

out of the deviants.


It really is extremely odd..... all these pussy whipped dudes and

lesbians here in one place.

You say pussy like it's a bad thing.


MattB wrote:



   Mind reading again?    I'm just glad they got him.  Didn't see

Obama doing anything. Seals did the heavy lifting.

Being an Islamo-terrorist is like being a king salmon. Life is good until the SEALS show up.


Sid9 wrote:


"linuxgal" <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote in message

news:noCdnRQ0poKbpwbSnZ2dnUVZ_tGdnZ2d@giganews.com... BTR1701 wrote:

In article <jnechu$tk$1@dont-email.me>, "Sid9" <sid9@ bellsouth.net

wrote: >

Obamacare has flaws because it's all that Republicans would agree to. >

Yes, because otherwise it would have been absolutely perfect, just

like everything else the government does. >

Obamacare combines the efficiency of the postal service with the

compassion of the IRS and the discretion of the TSA.


Ooooo....St Reagan has arisen from his grave!

I served in the Gipper's Navy. Loved the guy.


Free Lunch wrote:


  Actually Archbishop Ussher calculated it to be

2348 BC. November 25th, to be exact.


Yes, a date that has been proven to be false because Noah's Flood has

been proven never to have happened. Those who worship their own perverse

interpretation of the Bible will ignore such facts.

But it remains an interesting study to see how some human beings are willing to embrace such fiction as absolutely true.


Arlon wrote:

The Democratic Party has long and often been considered the champion of the exceptions to the rules. >

There are two ways to win: Follow the rules, or like the Democrats do it.


Alex W. wrote:



I'm not worried about dragons -- one serious knight is usually

enough to take care of them. What scares me is the dread Killer

Rabbit of Caerbannog, a beast so fearsome it turned the knights

of the Round Table into gibbering wrecks and small bloody chunks.


"The entrance to this cave is guarded by a creature so foul, so cruel that no man yet has fought with it and lived. Bones of full fifty men lie strewn about its lair. So, brave knights, if you do doubt your courage or your strength, come no further, for death awaits you all with nasty, big, pointy teeth!"


Dano wrote:

>
   What is your alternative plan for the health care

needs of poor people?

Tell them, "Don't get sick."

Seriously, there's no mandate in the US constitution for a federally-managed health care system. States can do it, and more power to them.


Mike Painter wrote: On 4/27/2012 6:13 PM, Joe Bruno wrote:

My common sense tells me Dr Luetz is full of shit.Repressing or ignoring

the powerful human sex drive is bound to cause problems for some Catholic

priests.Most of them can control their urges, but there are bound to

be some who cannot, just as there will always be people who break the

law.


Granted, but that does not explain abuse of children.

The number of priests who engage in sex with adult women, consensual or

not, far exceeds those who abuse children.

That's a silly wild-ass guess. The actual figures are not forthcoming, because priests aren't supposed to have sex with anyone.


BroilJAB wrote:

Authorities in Israel have documented both the

timeframe and the authenticity. There is zero

doubt this Ossuary satisfies all parameters.

If you get all the True Splinters of the Cross into a pile, you'll have enough wood to build an ark.


Sid9 wrote:


"linuxgal" <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote in message

news:sMudnTy8meh7ewbSnZ2dnUVZ_jydnZ2d@giganews.com... >

Ten Year treasuries that mature now are being refinanced at less than 2%

interest.

In 2002, when these bonds were issued it cost the government about 5%

interest.

Debt service is NOT a problem.

Not now. Wait till our debt goes to 230% of GDP like Japan.


Yoorghis@Jurgis.net wrote:

On Sat, 28 Apr 2012 05:27:33 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com> wrote:


President Obama barnstormed the heartland to boost US jobs in a

taxpayer-financed bus the US government had custom built -- in Canada.


What did you expect


Wingers have all but destroyed industry in AMerica---now you're

blaming the ones who had nothing to do with it.

The difference between free-market capitalism and centrally-planned liberal Democrat socialism is plenty.


Yoorghis@Jurgis.net wrote:

On Fri, 27 Apr 2012 17:58:50 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com> wrote:


Yoorghis@Jurgis.net wrote:

On Wed, 25 Apr 2012 17:58:15 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com> wrote: >

Liberalism: "You earn it; we spend it; borrow the rest from China, send

the bill to your grandchildren. Any questions?"

Yes. >

Who caused the disaster that made us have to borrow?

The politicians who are afraid of losing their job if they match

spending to revenue. Take what you need, but pay as you go.


Who refuses to match revenue with spending?


Anyone who votes to raise the debt ceiling.


Free Lunch wrote:

On Sat, 28 Apr 2012 06:30:35 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com>

wrote in alt.atheism:


Sid9 wrote:

"linuxgal" <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote in message

news:noCdnRQ0poKbpwbSnZ2dnUVZ_tGdnZ2d@giganews.com... BTR1701 wrote:

In article <jnechu$tk$1@dont-email.me>, "Sid9" <sid9@ bellsouth.net

wrote: >

Obamacare has flaws because it's all that Republicans would agree to.

Yes, because otherwise it would have been absolutely perfect, just

like everything else the government does.

Obamacare combines the efficiency of the postal service with the

compassion of the IRS and the discretion of the TSA.

Ooooo....St Reagan has arisen from his grave!

I served in the Gipper's Navy. Loved the guy.


Fine for you, but he started the war on knowledge that the GOP has

embraced. That is why he would be considered a radical lefty by the GOP

today.

What war? Reagan had a little dustup in Grenada, another one in Libya, another one in Iran, plus a battleship to Lebanon, but it was a remarkably peaceful time.


BroilJAB wrote:

In ruling after court ruling, the Supremes have now left

Obama's 'legacy' in ruins. Now, his appointment of

non-tax-paying 'Czars' has been thrown out. Obama

actually believed he was above the rule of law, and now

the High Court has put him on a very short chain.

Which is sweet karma, because he kept his future meals on a short chain too.


BroilJAB wrote:

All deviants inherit Hell.

Give up a life of atheism.

Come to Him.

It is better to rule in hell than serve in heaven.


Catpain 'Merca wrote:

Wretch Fossil <wretchfossil@gmail.com wrote in news:3e0ef00f-e14e-464f-afd7-

47966e9ce941@kd10g2000pbc.googlegroups.com:


Micro and Macro Images Merged in Moon Landing Images


There is independant global evidence that the manned Lunar landings happened.

We have photos from satellites orbiting the moon that show the debris of the landing sites. But I suppose those were photoshopped too,


John Baker wrote:



Righties tend to think - and I use the term loosely - that anything

not expressly *permitted* by the Constitution is forbidden by default.

Forbidden to the federal government, but reserved to the states or the people. This is spelled out in Amendment 10, which moonbats always forget exists. So the Federal government is not permitted to make laws against first cousins getting hitched, or whether you can turn right after a full stop at a red light, or whether you can fly the Stars and Bars over the state capitol.


• R. L. Measures. wrote:

In article <GdadnZbMatiMcQbSnZ2dnUVZ_gSdnZ2d@posted.localnet>, "Patrick" <b>arker_pb@erinot.com wrote:


". R. L. Measures." <rL@somis.org wrote

    • So prove you point P.B. by publishing the text of the vow. My guess

is that it says nothing about having sex with boys.

What vow?


    • the RCC's 1079 vow of celibacy - the invitation for "fag" priests to

get free altar-boy perques.


Perques being the flaming queer spelling of perks.


Hägar wrote:

Definition of Christianity:


A belief in a cosmic Jewish zombie who was his own father and who will let

you live forever if you pretend to eat his flesh, drink his blood, and

telepathically tell him that you love and accept him as your master, so he

can remove the evil mojo from your soul that he put there a long time ago as

punishment for all humanity because a rib-woman made from a dirt-made man

was convinced by a talking snake to eat fruit from a magical tree.

And if a candidate does not believe all of the above, he cannot become President of the United States.


Yoorghis@Jurgis.net wrote:

On Sat, 28 Apr 2012 07:05:05 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com> wrote:


Who refuses to match revenue with spending? >

Anyone who votes to raise the debt ceiling.


The loss of revenue caused by massive tax cuts, passage of unfunded

mandates, and two wars required massive borrowing


That was the result of republicans


I don't care what the government spends the money on, or which party is to blame. This is a democracy, after all. But I do care that we fully fund all of our follies. Running the government on money borrowed from unborn generations is the ultimate in taxation without representation.


Yoorghis@Jurgis.net wrote:

On Sat, 28 Apr 2012 07:00:34 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com> wrote:


Not now. Wait till our debt goes to 230% of GDP like Japan.


Kicking out wingers should be our most important goal.

A pox on both houses. Kicking out incumbents of both parties is my most important goal.


2966 Dead wrote:


Not that it really means a shit. Between electronic voting and Citizens

United, Americans lost control of how they select their government.

Diebold and their Blackwater enforcers are keeping the identity of the next President secret, however, for entertainment purposes.


Dänk 42Ø wrote:


And don't forget that Chairman Obama doesn't need to pander to stoners,

since they will vote for him again anyway. Nothing matters less in

politics than a special interest group whose support you can take for

granted.


Obama is a Democrat. That's all that matters to libs. Obama could make every American Jew wear a yellow Star of David arm band, every gay man wear a pink triangle, every lesbian wear a black triangle, and force them to relocate to FEMA racial and sexual hygiene camps, and they would still vote for him by a 4 to 1 margin.


Yoorghis@Jurgis.net wrote:

On Sat, 28 Apr 2012 06:30:35 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com> wrote:


Ooooo....St Reagan has arisen from his grave!

I served in the Gipper's Navy. Loved the guy.


Not surprising


A drooling moron, a liar, Perjurer (real one), greedy asshole,

self-serving egotist, and ran "the most criminal administration in

history"


Well, that explains Obama's attempts to depict himself as the second coming of Reagan.


Yoorghis@Jurgis.net wrote:

On Sat, 28 Apr 2012 07:52:17 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com> wrote:


Sure--anyone conversant with American History knows what "limited

government" caused by 1929. >

Sure, just like limited government caused Katrina. Fuck, ever hear of

weather?


"Weather" wasn't the Katrina issue, stupid


The issue was Bush's administration screwing the pooch--handing out

appointments to incompetent assholes.

I'm addressing your claim that limited government caused the market crash of 1929. My claim is that markets are subject to random forces, just like weather. If you want to talk about mismanagement after the fact, ala Katrina, then we can open the history book on the New Deal.



baddude wrote:


I think Janet Reno vomited in Hillary's cunt once.

Who wouldn't?


Witziges Rätsel wrote:


 Yeah, Ann chose to marry a multimillionaire and stay at home in 

mansions. Does anyone here know whether she employed nannies to take

care of her kids?

If she did, then she has experience running a small business, no? Either way, Hilary Rosen can shut the fuck up.


Dakota wrote:


The bizarre thing about it is that it was likely justified by a passage

in some "holy" book. I am confident that support for poisoning children

could be found in the sacred texts of many religious belief systems.

Psalm 137:9 Happy shall he be, that taketh and dasheth thy little ones against the stones.


Free Lunch wrote:



The only sensible program is a nationwide single payer system. We've

seen that it works better and costs less than our wasteful system.

There's nothing in the constitution to forbid it.

I think you will find, in a few months, that the Roberts Court disagrees with you, and strikes down the individual mandate.


2966 Dead wrote:


That should be hilarious. I take it you already forgot the '08 debates,

or the time Obama met with 135 GOP Congressmen and took them apart so

deftly that Faux News had to break away half way through.

Yeah, the ol' TelePrompTer was really crackling that time.


Dano wrote:

"linuxgal" wrote in message

news:4tSdnSL_v9fkgAHSnZ2dnUVZ_oudnZ2d@giganews.com...


Yoorghis@Jurgis.net wrote:

On Sat, 28 Apr 2012 06:30:35 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com> wrote: >

Ooooo....St Reagan has arisen from his grave!

I served in the Gipper's Navy. Loved the guy. >

Not surprising >

A drooling moron, a liar, Perjurer (real one), greedy asshole,

self-serving egotist, and ran "the most criminal administration in

history" >


Well, that explains Obama's attempts to depict himself as the second

coming of Reagan.


===============================

When and where did he do that you loon?


"Some years ago, one of my predecessors traveled across the country pushing for the same concept. He gave a speech where he talked about a letter he had received from a wealthy executive who paid lower tax rates than his secretary, and wanted to come to Washington and tell Congress why that was wrong. So this president gave another speech where he said it was “crazy”—that’s a quote—that certain tax loopholes make it possible for multimillionaires to pay nothing, while a bus driver was paying 10 percent of his salary. That wild-eyed, socialist, tax-hiking class warrior was Ronald Reagan. He thought that, in America, the wealthiest should pay their fair share, and he said so. I know that position might disqualify him from the Republican primaries these days, but what Ronald Reagan was calling for then is the same thing that we’re calling for now: a return to basic fairness and responsibility; everybody doing their part. And if it will help convince folks in Congress to make the right choice, we could call it the Reagan Rule instead of the Buffett Rule." -- Barack Obama

http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2012/04/shameless-liar-obama-compares-himself-to-reagan-video/

For the record, Reagan was the Great Communicator. Obama is the Great Fabricator.



Dano wrote:

"linuxgal" wrote in message

news:4tSdnVn_v9evvQHSnZ2dnUVZ_oudnZ2d@giganews.com...


Free Lunch wrote:


>

The only sensible program is a nationwide single payer system. We've

seen that it works better and costs less than our wasteful system.

There's nothing in the constitution to forbid it.


I think you will find, in a few months, that the Roberts Court disagrees

with you, and strikes down the individual mandate.


=====================================

Which makes re-electing Obama all the more imperative. We must avoid

any more of these extreme right wing activists being appointed to that

bench.


Who's going to re-elect Obama when he couldn't even get his signature policy to stand up to Constitutional scrutiny?


David Fritzinger wrote:



But, but, Jason believes that sunlight was able to get through the

supposed canopy. Therefore, by Jason's law (Jason believes it, so it

must be true), sunlight was able to get through the canopy.

Saturn has some snowballs orbiting in a ring, nowhere near a canopy, and it still casts a shadow on the planet. At the very least, it would be colder and darker under that canopy than under a thunderhead on Earth.


BTR1701 wrote:



Yeah, it's curious that he does that given any opportunity, isn't it?

Instead of reaching back into history and comparing himself to notable

Democrats like Kennedy or even Clinton, he constantly compares himself

to Republicans like Reagan and Lincoln.

Because Democrats like Kennedy and Clinton were world-class philanderers.


raven1 wrote:

On Sat, 28 Apr 2012 07:25:01 -0700 (PDT), Abd AlWahab Abd Allah <abdinthisland5@gmail.com wrote:


Miracles in the holy Quran


No one is interested in your book of fairy tales here.

Emphasis on fairy.


Mason Barge wrote:


Well, live and learn. I really thought that there was no longer any such

thing as a crime of "obscenity" any more. I wonder if the Supreme Court

will have a crack at this.

Yeah, put Clarence Thomas right on it.


MarkA wrote:



So, you really DO sleep in shifts, surrounded by your guns and ammo? I'm

not surprised.


There's a moron up here, killed his wife and daughter, and moved into his "fort" in the woods. I thought he'd be twenty or thirty miles up the Middle Fork Snoqualmie, but no, his "fort" was right off the trail on Rattlesnake Ridge, where everybody and his dog goes hiking. No wonder the Sheriff found his ass so fast. Twenty-two hour standoff at his bunker "fort" and he's daid.


• R. L. Measures. wrote:

In article <qsunp7h3b1qg5728rdkaam3diugvrh4vcp@4ax.com>, Alan Ferris <hairy.ferrit@yahoo.co.uk wrote:


On Sat, 28 Apr 2012 04:57:46 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com> wrote: > duke wrote: >

Yes, haahaahaa. Priests don't hire 17 year old boys in french outfits as

housekeepers.

Vatican news headline: MALE PROSTITUTES APPEAL TO POPE

Anyway we all know that 17 is to old to attract a priest. >

• Ephebphiles might be sexually attracted to a 17 yr old ----- provided

of course that the 17 yr old was the correct sex.


That's what all this is about, ephebophilia rather than actual pedophilia.


• R. L. Measures. wrote:


    • No, Friday afternoon. Fat has 9 kilocalories per gram. If there was

such a thing as a liposuction diesel car, Duke would probably be able to

drive non-stop to the Hershey plant in Hershey, PA.


America is the Saudi Arabia of cellulite fuel.


Free Lunch wrote:


The reactionary activists on this court have become sellouts to the

richest people in America. They have abandoned the Constitution.

You got that right. In Kelo vs. City of New London (2005), the reactionary activist Court held in a 5–4 decision that the general benefits a community enjoyed from economic growth qualified redevelopment plans for blighted areas as a permissible "public use" under the Takings Clause of the Fifth Amendment. Now a city can take away your land and hand it to a millionaire developer if that developer promises to generate more tax revenue for the socialists on the city council than you do.


Free Lunch wrote:


I don't know what they will say, but their decision, based on recent

history of the very political right-wing of the Court will be based in

wishful thinking, not the law.


Sure, we saw that in the oral arguments. The Obama side was all based on law, and the side of the States was all based on wishful thinking. That's why the liberal pundits went immediately into panic mode, and Obama darkly hinted that anything less than a unanimous decision would be an "unprecedented" action of overturning the will of the people.


Free Lunch wrote:


He understands that he needs to get votes from the moderately

conservative center. The "Reagan Democrats" and their descendants are

still scared of "socialism" even though they have no idea what it is.

Liberalism in a nutshell right there. Americans are too stupid to vote for their own good.


Gary Forbis wrote: On Apr 28, 7:07 am, "Sid9" <sid9@ bellsouth.net wrote:


Why did you delete my post and change its context?

You don’t like the truth?


I do it when I want to focus. When linuxgal does it

it's an acceptance of the part deleted as true. The

context is still there in the original post.

Brevity is the soul of wit. My posting style is to snip everything down to the one point I want to address. On the rare occasion there is more than one point in the original post that needs to be answered, I will quote the other part(s) and repeat the process.

That being said, the Freight Train of Truth is coming in November and liberals are pennies on the track.


US4ZION wrote:

Israel is the premier "superpower" nation on earth.

Fine, then they don't need $3 billion dollars every year in military welfare from the United States.


trotsky wrote: On 4/27/12 7:38 PM, linuxgal wrote: trotsky wrote: On 4/27/12 9:05 AM, linuxgal wrote: trotsky wrote: >

Apparently Republican obstructionism has eluded you. >

Yeah, standing in the way of socialized medicine is "obstructionism" to

libs. To me, it's a job well done. >

What planet did you say you were from? >

The one where the monkeys came down from the trees and became the most

fearsome predators on the savanna despite having no predator tooth or

claw. Your herd planet may be nice and fuzzy, but my fellow

predator-monkeys think you're all just a bunch of slackers.


If you're claiming that you have sex with monkeys I believe you!

Please. Great apes, not monkeys.


trotsky wrote: On 4/27/12 7:27 PM, linuxgal wrote: BTR1701 wrote:

In article <jnechu$tk$1@dont-email.me>, "Sid9" <sid9@ bellsouth.net> wrote: >

Obamacare has flaws because it's all that Republicans would agree to. >

Yes, because otherwise it would have been absolutely perfect, just

like everything else the government does. >

Obamacare combines the efficiency of the postal service with the

compassion of the IRS and the discretion of the TSA.



We could compare it to the Repug alternative:

. . .

fuck it, I guess they had no ideas in the first place

They don't want to stick their hands in my purse? That sounds like a great idea.


Patrick wrote:

". R. L. Measures." <rL@somis.org wrote


. Gauthe is still alive and quite probaably still looking for boy butt.

That's what he does Duke.

But not as a priest any more. Now he's just the man he always was. >

. Holy Orders are not reverseable.


None of the sacraments are reversable.

Certainly the Sacrament of Reconciliation is reversible, if you, I don't know, commit mortal sin again?



Smiler wrote: On Fri, 27 Apr 2012 17:51:56 -0700, linuxgal wrote:


Smiler wrote: On Thu, 26 Apr 2012 21:31:24 -0700, J wrote: >

Day 1: fertilization: all human chromosomes are present; unique human

life begins. >

You appear to believe that your conception is more important than your

birth, so why don't you celebrate your 'conception day' instead of your

birthday? >

Because the drive in movie theater where it happened has been turned

into a Lowe's.


His dad had a car?!?!


No, a bike. He worked the concession stand, and boinked his girlfriend next to the popcorn popper.


Free Lunch wrote:

On Sat, 28 Apr 2012 15:01:16 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com>

wrote in alt.atheism:


Free Lunch wrote: >

He understands that he needs to get votes from the moderately

conservative center. The "Reagan Democrats" and their descendants are

still scared of "socialism" even though they have no idea what it is.

Liberalism in a nutshell right there. Americans are too stupid to vote

for their own good.


It's not just Americans who are easily misled.


Conservatives fear that you won't understand their proposals; liberals fear that you will.


RichA wrote: On Apr 28, 5:35 pm, linuxgal <linux...@cleanposts.com wrote: Mason Barge wrote: >

Well, live and learn. I really thought that there was no longer any such

thing as a crime of "obscenity" any more. I wonder if the Supreme Court

will have a crack at this.

Yeah, put Clarence Thomas right on it.


Scat films? You support that? As art?

Naw, I don't like shitty films. My taste runs more to The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo.


David Hartung wrote:


According to the USDA, the 2.1 million family farms (of all sizes)

produce about 37% of annual farm production. These farms are 96% of all

farms.


Ah yes, but what is their share of the land in production? Sixty-one percent. Using your figures, that means Archer Daniels Midland and the like, with just 39% of the land accounts for 73% of annual farm production. Not bad. And yet libs shit on corporate farms for being evil. The rest of the world would starve without that technology and mass production of calories.


harry k wrote:


Even better have him explain how a 1 year flood forms fossils encased

in rock.

Especially since fossils aren't really bones, but rocks which retain the pattern of bones, with the same process that produced the Petrified Forest National Park in Arizona.


duke wrote:

>

Sounds like you still missed the point. You dont' know if Acts 2 came before or

after 1 Cor 11. Maybe you're making the mistake of thinking that because Acts

is on page 1141 and 1 cor is on page 1191, then Acts came before 1 Cor.


Acts 2 comes before 1st Corinthians because Paul doesn't even make an entrance until Acts 7, and doesn't convert until Acts 9, and doesn't convert Corinth until Acts 18. It's the biggest no-brainer in the history of Earth.


linuxgal wrote: David Hartung wrote:


According to the USDA, the 2.1 million family farms (of all sizes)

produce about 37% of annual farm production. These farms are 96% of

all farms. >


Ah yes, but what is their share of the land in production? Sixty-one

percent. Using your figures, that means Archer Daniels Midland and the

like, with just 39% of the land accounts for 73% of annual farm

production. Not bad. And yet libs shit on corporate farms for being

evil. The rest of the world would starve without that technology and

mass production of calories.

Er...63% of production. Math class is tough.


Free Lunch wrote:


Paul Ryan relies on his voters not understanding that he rejects

Christianity in general and Catholicism in particular wholeheartedly as

he remains an acolyte of the religion-hating Ayn Rand. His voters call

themselves Christian and have been persuaded that he is one too.

Article VI paragraph 3: "...no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States."


Jim Blake wrote:


That's when Mitt Romney will swear the oath of office on the Book of

Mormon, his religion. As opposed to what Obama did, The Bible.


I'd swear the oath of office on the Art of War.


US4ZION wrote: On Apr 28, 9:01 pm, Yap <hhyaps...@gmail.com wrote:


Without US, Israel had already been dumped into the Red Sea by the

Arabian hostile forces long ago.


Read the EXODUS and how the armies of Pharoah ended up at the bottom

of the Red Sea.


Soon after fleeing Egypt, El Shaddai led her people to make their first encampment on the west shore of that extension of the Red Sea which today is a string of lakes.

When it became obvious the Immigrants were not coming back to make bricks for Egypt again, nor to return the jewelry and clothing they "borrowed", Pharaoh took his charioteers and went out after them.

The tide went out, and the stretch of land between Lake Timsah and the Great Bitter Lake became mudflats that were dry enough for those who go on two and four feet to cross to the eastern shore, but those who went on chariot wheels had more trouble. Pharaoh and his Egyptian cavalry became stuck in the mud, and they could not escape before the sea tide flooded the mudflats and drowned all of them.


Fidem Turbare, the non-existent atheist goddess wrote:

On Sat, 28 Apr 2012 18:34:44 -0700 linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote: Fidem Turbare, the non-existent atheist goddess wrote:

On Sun, 29 Apr 2012 01:42:17 +0100 Smiler<Youmustbe@JoeKing.com

wrote:

On Fri, 27 Apr 2012 18:24:15 -0700, RedDog wrote: >

What size tits you got?

You need to borrow a bra?

No. He's just confused by the FreeBSD girls.

That's taking Open Source too literally.


Perhaps he just wants "open" without the "source."


Feel the Source flowing through you, Luke.


Joe Bruno wrote: On Saturday, April 28, 2012 6:58:00 AM UTC-7, linuxgal wrote: Mike Painter wrote: On 4/27/2012 6:13 PM, Joe Bruno wrote:

My common sense tells me Dr Luetz is full of shit.Repressing or ignoring

the powerful human sex drive is bound to cause problems for some Catholic

priests.Most of them can control their urges, but there are bound to

be some who cannot, just as there will always be people who break the

law.

Granted, but that does not explain abuse of children.

The number of priests who engage in sex with adult women, consensual or

not, far exceeds those who abuse children.

That's a silly wild-ass guess. The actual figures are not forthcoming,

because priests aren't supposed to have sex with anyone.


You took the words right out of my mouth.Mazel Tov.("Congratulations" in Hebrew)

Osama bin Laden got shot in the temple, right? Guess he was Jewish after all.


Robert Parker wrote:


And the Carbon permits that can be sold are a really stupid idea, but a

brilliant scam.

It's like guys who don't beat their wives selling wife-beating credits to guys who do.


Free Lunch wrote:


The Republicans, in the form of the Heritage Foundation, proposed the

basic law that is now derided as Obamacare by the ever rightward

shifting GOP.

The one that will either be vacated by the Supreme Court, or failing that, defunded by the GOP House and Senate next January.


Sid9 wrote:


Why do Republicans march lock step with their "brains" walled off from

reality?

The difference between Obama and the dog he had for supper? That dog didn’t poop on the rug and blame it on the prior dog.


Free Lunch wrote:

On Sat, 28 Apr 2012 19:52:00 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com>

wrote in alt.atheism:


Free Lunch wrote: >

Paul Ryan relies on his voters not understanding that he rejects

Christianity in general and Catholicism in particular wholeheartedly as

he remains an acolyte of the religion-hating Ayn Rand. His voters call

themselves Christian and have been persuaded that he is one too.

Article VI paragraph 3: "...no religious test shall ever be required as

a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States."


So lying about your religion is fine.

Sure. But lying about sex, that's impeachable.


Free Lunch wrote:

On Sat, 28 Apr 2012 21:33:13 -0500, Doc Smartass

<FortbrickGeek@yahoobrick.com wrote in alt.atheism:


J <jdyoung1@ymail.com wrote in news:5jcabe.4em.17.1@news.alt.net: >

Subject: Teen banned from prom over Confederate flag dress

She was wering the wrong flag. The proper final design of the Confederate

flag is a white rectangle.


What does the flag of treason look like?

It's got a blue O on it.


Free Lunch wrote:

On Sat, 28 Apr 2012 17:00:30 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com>

wrote in alt.atheism:


trotsky wrote: On 4/27/12 7:27 PM, linuxgal wrote: BTR1701 wrote:

In article <jnechu$tk$1@dont-email.me>, "Sid9" <sid9@ bellsouth.net> wrote: >

Obamacare has flaws because it's all that Republicans would agree to.

Yes, because otherwise it would have been absolutely perfect, just

like everything else the government does.

Obamacare combines the efficiency of the postal service with the

compassion of the IRS and the discretion of the TSA. >

We could compare it to the Repug alternative:

. . .

fuck it, I guess they had no ideas in the first place

They don't want to stick their hands in my purse? That sounds like a

great idea.


The GOP plan: The sick should suffer until they run out of money. Then

they can die.

Why is that different from what happens in France? 15,000 elderly people died of heat exhaustion a few years back, because all the people that would care for them were on vacation in Greece.


wy wrote: On Apr 28, 9:31 pm, Tracey12 <tracey12em...@gmail.com wrote:

Fox News is showing commercials for a report on King Obama. >

It looks good, and I can't wait to see the show. >

Obama is seen on the ad threatening to use his execustive powers to

over ride Congress. >

Is he president Obama, or King Obama?


Didn't King Bush II sign 62 executive orders? Why, yes he did!

Yes, but his Executive Orders were for a good cause, he wanted to make government small enough to fit in a woman's uterus.


Jim Blake wrote: On Apr 28, 9:29 pm, Joe Bruno <atjoebru...@gmail.com wrote: On Friday, April 27, 2012 8:09:32 PM UTC-7, linuxgal wrote: Patrick wrote:

In fact, it is precisely the holiness of marriage that makes celibacy

precious; for only what is good and holy in itself can be given up for God

as a sacrifice.

I gave up Lent for Lent.

Jews are only required to do penance one day of the year. We fast on Yom Kippur.


Well, that sure beats the self flagellating, nailed to the crucifix

crap that we see Catholics in Brazil do every Easter, doesn't it?

Actually that's the Philippines.


BTR1701 wrote:

In article <rs-dnZWMa5f-MAHSnZ2dnUVZ_sudnZ2d@giganews.com>,

linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com

wrote:


Free Lunch wrote: >

Paul Ryan relies on his voters not understanding that he rejects

Christianity in general and Catholicism in particular wholeheartedly as

he remains an acolyte of the religion-hating Ayn Rand. His voters call

themselves Christian and have been persuaded that he is one too.

Article VI paragraph 3: "...no religious test shall ever be required as

a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States."


That's a prohibition on the government imposing a religious test, not

individual citizens. Citizens are free to vote or not vote for

candidates for whatever reason they like.

So we reject the spirit of the Constitution and ping the man's lack of religion on a technicality.


Tom Gardner wrote: On 4/17/2012 2:31 PM, Gary DW wrote:

The HCR passed because Americans wanted health care

reform.



They couldn't even vote it through, it had to be "deemed". The US DOES

need health care reform...just not that monstrosity that is all

politics. A sixth-grade class of special ed students would have done

better.

That's probably why Mr. Obama felt he needed to bring a TelePrompTer into that sixth-grade class.

http://o.aolcdn.com/photo-hub>ews_gallery/6/4/646457/1264430322987.JPEG


John Locke wrote:

On Sat, 28 Apr 2012 09:03:26 -0700 (PDT), BroilJAB <DesignDenier@wmconnect.com wrote:


http://www.arkdiscovery.com>oah's_ark.htm >

Noah's Ark found !

http://internet-pets.blogspot.com/2011/02/looks-like-noahs-ark.html

Noah's remark as the animals were stepping inside the ark: "Now I've herd everything!"


Teddy Roosevelt = Square Deal

Franklin Roosevelt = New Deal

Harry Truman = Fair Deal

Bill Clinton = Meal Deal

Barack Obama = Raw Deal



Juris Diction wrote: In article <5jckdu.p6v.19.1@news.alt.net>, "anon" <anon@anon wrote:


Congrats. Acceptance is a big step on your way to joining the human

race.


All those day-glo freaks who used to paint their face. They've joined the human race. Some things will never change.


2966 Dead wrote: On Sat, 28 Apr 2012 21:13:51 -0600, Yoorghis wrote:


On Sat, 28 Apr 2012 20:00:26 -0700 (PDT), Richard Steel <rsteel2525@aol.com wrote: > >

A vaginal probe to conduct ultrasound was written into law by state

government.

And you can't tell the difference between a vagina and an asshole?

Certainly says volumes about YOUR sexual preferences, doesn't it?

On you, it's the same use.


Maybe Fake Bill thinks he has a vagina.


He always has seemed a bit confused.


Kind of hard to miss that sort of thing, you leak like a sieve.


SkyEyes wrote:



Gopher wood, being mythological, doesn't weigh much.


It's a mis-translation. Noah would be working on the ark, and he'd sometimes run short of lumber, then turn to Ham, or Shem, or Japheth, and say, "Go fer wood."


Alan Ferris wrote: On Sun, 29 Apr 2012 07:06:31 -0500, duke <duckgumbo32@cox.net wrote:


So why do they want these commandments placed on the

wall of our courts of justice when they should be demanding

they be closed down as their claimed god is our system of justice?

'Jesus will decide' not us as he is the only one without sin

they keep telling us.

The 10 commandments are the basic statement of all laws.


Liar, the bible is clear on what are Gods commandments and decrees and

he clearly calls on all to follow them.

You may purchase male or female slaves from among the foreigners who live among you. You may also purchase the children of such resident foreigners, including those who have been born in your land. You may treat them as your property, passing them on to your children as a permanent inheritance. You may treat your slaves like this, but the people of Israel, your relatives, must never be treated this way. (Leviticus 25:44-46 NLT)


duke wrote: On Sat, 28 Apr 2012 06:01:37 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


And each one says they are the one true path to salvation.


No they don't. Basically they don't comment on each other at all. The

beautiful part is that only the Church that follows 100% of the word of God can

claim truth and, ahem, that's the RCC.

Except the word of God says do not bow down down to images, and we see Catholics genuflecting to the crucifix over the altar, with its graven image of Christ, and also to a graven image of Mary in the Marian alcove, every Sunday.

Exodus 20:

[4] Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth:

[5] Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them: for I the LORD thy God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate me;

But I guess you will say that commandment is not from God, but was inserted into the Bible by men.


BroilJAB wrote:

Exactly, and that is why we have millions of

what Evolution lamely calls 'living fossils'

that have 'not changed for 300 million years'.

If it works, why change it? I'm posting from a Windows 98 box. It's clean as a whistle, has only four processes running at bootup, and I know exactly what they do.


duke wrote:



Awwww, lg. Don't you get it? That's an inspirational message that God never

lies, and that false prophesies really don't come from God in the first place

but rather satan, or whatever the Jews called him.

Not Satan, but God:

1 Kings 22:23

Now, therefore, behold, the Lord hath put a lying spirit in the mouth of these thy prophets, and the Lord hath spoken evil concerning thee.


duke wrote:

>

Awwww, lg. Don't you get it? That's an inspirational message that God never

lies, and that false prophesies really don't come from God in the first place

but rather satan, or whatever the Jews called him.

Not Satan, but God:

2 Thessalonians 2:11

For this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie.


Alan Ferris wrote: On Sun, 29 Apr 2012 06:26:54 -0500, duke <duckgumbo32@cox.net wrote:


What does the fact that I had abortion have to do with so-called "deep

seated yearnings"? Can you not follow a train of thought?

Sure I follow. Your deep seated yearning of freedom to openly murder your own

unborn for your own comfort and convenience. You currently stand guilty of

murder in God's court.


"Judge not, that you may not be judged, For with what judgment you

judge, you shall be judged" (Matthew 7:1)

1 Cor. 6:2 Do ye not know that the saints shall judge the world? and if the world shall be judged by you, are ye unworthy to judge the smallest matters?


Free Lunch wrote:

On Sat, 28 Apr 2012 20:28:01 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com>

wrote in alt.atheism: >

So we reject the spirit of the Constitution and ping the man's lack of

religion on a technicality.


Religious bigotry in the US is a 400 year old tradition.

Attacking those without religion is the last acceptable form of bigotry in America.


Free Lunch wrote:

On Sat, 28 Apr 2012 20:06:02 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com>

wrote in alt.atheism:


Free Lunch wrote:

The Republicans, in the form of the Heritage Foundation, proposed the

basic law that is now derided as Obamacare by the ever rightward

shifting GOP.

The one that will either be vacated by the Supreme Court, or failing

that, defunded by the GOP House and Senate next January.


Abandoning PPACA will cost the federal government more money, but the

reactionary propaganda machine ignores that fact and says otherwise.

You don't do a cost-benefit analysis when you determine constitutionality of a federal law.


BroilJAB wrote:

If they would now follow their own leaders

the atheists might be lead out of the

wilderness.

Researchers have spotted a group of 53 cells within pigeons' brains that respond to the direction and strength of the Earth's magnetic field. Maybe if BroilJAB had 53 brain cells, he would have his own personal GPS.


Free Lunch wrote:



Jason never proves nothin'. He guesses that his guesses are good enough.

Not just guesses. He puts "God exists" and "God does not exist" into search engine and reports the hit count.


Free Lunch wrote:


So, Spain, has used austerity to wreck their economy again after letting

the banks wreck their economy a few years ago. Britain has used

austerity to wreck their economy again after letting the banks wreck

their economy a few years ago and the Republicans want to wreck the US

economy by imposing more austerity on it.

The Obama Tax Increases set to kick in next year will impose austerity on my checkbook.


Free Lunch wrote:

On Sat, 28 Apr 2012 20:13:44 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com>

wrote in alt.atheism:


Free Lunch wrote:

On Sat, 28 Apr 2012 21:33:13 -0500, Doc Smartass

<FortbrickGeek@yahoobrick.com wrote in alt.atheism: >

J <jdyoung1@ymail.com wrote in news:5jcabe.4em.17.1@news.alt.net: >

Subject: Teen banned from prom over Confederate flag dress

She was wering the wrong flag. The proper final design of the Confederate

flag is a white rectangle.

What does the flag of treason look like?

It's got a blue O on it.


I suppose you can't help yourself. Why are reactionaries so deranged

about a moderate Democrat?

OB1 Kenyobi's policies make for such a target-rich environment.


duke wrote: On Sat, 28 Apr 2012 17:01:32 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


Certainly the Sacrament of Reconciliation is reversible, if you, I don't

know, commit mortal sin again?


Haahaahaa. She's clueless.

You leave your headlights on, it runs your car battery down, you get a jump. The following day, you do it again, and request another jump, but your pal says, "Sorry, the Sacrament of Revitalization is not reversible."


Free Lunch wrote:


I'm not persuaded that the commerce clause isn't more than adequate for

this.

The commerce clause regulates existing commerce. ObamaCare creates commerce by fiat.


Yoorghis@Jurgis.net wrote:

On Sat, 28 Apr 2012 20:31:24 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com> wrote:


That's probably why Mr. Obama felt he needed to bring a TelePrompTer

into that sixth-grade class.


You do know that Ultra sound probe goes up your snatch, not your ass,

right?

Plonkity plonk plonk.


Free Lunch wrote:

On Sun, 29 Apr 2012 07:50:00 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com>

wrote in alt.talk.creationism:


Free Lunch wrote: >

So, Spain, has used austerity to wreck their economy again after letting

the banks wreck their economy a few years ago. Britain has used

austerity to wreck their economy again after letting the banks wreck

their economy a few years ago and the Republicans want to wreck the US

economy by imposing more austerity on it.

The Obama Tax Increases set to kick in next year will impose austerity

on my checkbook.


As you know, those Bush tax cuts were irresponsible. Now the GOP refuses

to let the taxes go up for the rich without also punishing the middle

class and poor.

The only capital punishment the Left promotes is income tax.


Dano wrote:

"linuxgal" wrote in message

news:BcednUVv_NNKygDSnZ2dnUVZ_gednZ2d@giganews.com...


Free Lunch wrote:


I'm not persuaded that the commerce clause isn't more than adequate for

this.


The commerce clause regulates existing commerce. ObamaCare creates

commerce by fiat.


===============================

That's your opinion. If only it were so easy to "create commerce".

That would be quite a feat.

This is how they do it: The law says you have to buy health insurance, or pay a fine. That creates the commerce. Then Congress goes, "Commerce! Gosh, we better regulate it!" Nice work if you can get it.


David Fritzinger wrote:

In article <BcednUhv_NM2yADSnZ2dnUVZ_gednZ2d@giganews.com>,

linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com

wrote:


Free Lunch wrote: >

So, Spain, has used austerity to wreck their economy again after letting

the banks wreck their economy a few years ago. Britain has used

austerity to wreck their economy again after letting the banks wreck

their economy a few years ago and the Republicans want to wreck the US

economy by imposing more austerity on it.

The Obama Tax Increases set to kick in next year will impose austerity

on my checkbook.


You mean the *Republican* tax increase. After all, the Bush tax cuts had

a sunset clause built in, so they wouldn't seem as expensive as they

would actually be.

Obama's simplified 1040EZ Tax Form for 2012:

1) Amount earned $_______.

2) Send it in.


Caranx latus wrote:


What I'd like Jason to do is to shorten the term "non-living matter" to

"matter". There is no such thing as 'living' matter. The carbon, oxygen,

etc. in living systems is identical in every respect to the carbon,

oxygen, etc., found in the environment.

It's like saying molecular electrons. When you get down to the level of electrons, you're not talking about molecules.


MarkA wrote:


What surprises me is that there is only one of them. The Middle Ages were

a boom time for manufacturing counterfeit Jesus artifacts. It seems that

there should be a couple dozen in circulation.


Put all the True Splinters of the Cross in a pile, you have Noah's Ark.


Free Lunch wrote:

On Sun, 29 Apr 2012 07:59:16 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com>

wrote in alt.atheism:


Free Lunch wrote: >

I'm not persuaded that the commerce clause isn't more than adequate for

this.

The commerce clause regulates existing commerce. ObamaCare creates

commerce by fiat.


The commerce exists. The rules are what we are talking about.

There are millions of Americans without health insurance. That commerce does not exist. ObamaCare requires them to purchase health insurance, thus creating the very commerce it would then regulate. That is what we are talking about.


David Hartung wrote:


Abraham Lincoln is widely regarded as one of our nation's greatest

presidents. Not only did he issue an executive order suspending habeas

corpus, but he defied such an order when handed down by the chief

justice of the Supreme court. He got away with it because the voters and

the Congress perceived the rebellion of the southern states to be a

bigger threat to the nation.

And Nixon said, "When the President of the United States does a thing, that means it's not illegal." But that bare assertion didn't make it true.


Free Lunch wrote:

On Sun, 29 Apr 2012 09:14:23 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com>

wrote in alt.atheism:


Free Lunch wrote:

On Sun, 29 Apr 2012 07:59:16 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com>

wrote in alt.atheism: > Free Lunch wrote: >

I'm not persuaded that the commerce clause isn't more than adequate for

this.

The commerce clause regulates existing commerce. ObamaCare creates

commerce by fiat.

The commerce exists. The rules are what we are talking about.

There are millions of Americans without health insurance. That

commerce does not exist.


Yes, and they can continue not to have health insurance under this law.

They merely have to pay a surprisingly small tax if they choose not to

have insurance.

Yeah, when income tax was created in 1913 it was surprisingly small too, just one percent. Now look at it.


Free Lunch wrote:

On Sun, 29 Apr 2012 09:02:28 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com>

wrote in alt.atheism:

>

This is how they do it: The law says you have to buy health insurance,

or pay a fine. That creates the commerce. Then Congress goes,

"Commerce! Gosh, we better regulate it!" Nice work if you can get it.


We know it is completely legal to collect taxes to pay for health care.

Yes indeed, that's why the issue before the Supreme Court is limited to the personal mandate.


Alex W. wrote: On Sun, 29 Apr 2012 06:30:41 -0500, Tom McDonald wrote:


On 4/29/2012 1:48 AM, Jason wrote:

In article<ddudnVMDLpSJcQbSnZ2dnUVZ_vadnZ2d@giganews.com>, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com

wrote:

>

The boundary between life and non-life is not very sharp. Google virus

or prion.

>

Do you believe it is possible for a virus to develop from non-living matter? > >

Well, we've done it, so, yes, of course.


For that matter, it is not even certain whether a virus qualifies

as "alive". In strict biological terms, they are not alive

because they cannot reproduce on their own, do not have cell

membranes, a cell nuceaus or enzymes. Until and unless they have

infected a host, they are utterly dormant: there are no active

biological processes and any genuinely living creature would be

declared dead.

They exist in the Twilight Zone between the living and the dead, where non-living chemical evolution culminates in fully self-sufficient cells.


duke wrote: On Sun, 29 Apr 2012 00:00:11 -0700 (PDT), SkyEyes <skyeyes9@cox.net wrote:


On Apr 28, 4:33 pm, "Patrick" <b>arker...@erinot.com wrote:

". R. L. Measures." <r...@somis.org wrote > > >

. Are priests who sodomized 100 altar boys, Confessed, and repented

profusely going to heaven or the hot place?.

Jesus once said it would be better to have a millstone hung from

their neck than to harm a single child. We'll let Him decide.

Unfortunately for *you*, he said nothing about embryos or fetuses.


Oh, yes he did. Those are God's "least important ones". Mat 25.

The Bible defines spirit as the breath of life. These unimportant ones do not breathe, so they do not have a spirit.

Genesis 2:7 And the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul.


Joe Cool wrote:


Obama can't close GITMO, only Congress can. Obama has asked them too,

but Congress has yet to act. Meanwhile the population at GITMO is the

lowest it has been since the US invaded Afghanistan, you pathetic

clueless babbling fucking asshole moron.

The Commander-in-Chief could direct the armed forces to take all Prisoners of War to Joint Base Lewis-McCord. GITMO would remain open, but Camp X-Ray would be empty.


Free Lunch wrote:


No, it does not require them to buy health insurance. It collects a

relatively small tax if there is no insurance because we know that, on

average, those without insurance end up needing health care that is paid

for by the rest of America.

Oh, that's the second part of my reform. We don't pay for it anymore.


BTR1701 wrote:


Well, that's not the argument that the government used in its case. They

argued that Obamacare was constitutional as part of the government's

authority to tax.


It's one thing to pay a tax to a government, it's another thing to be required to pay a premium to a private entity. Both of them are forms of slavery, but the latter most egregiously so.


duke wrote: On Sat, 28 Apr 2012 05:15:50 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


Actually, I'm Taoist.


No wonder your suggestion of running rings around me re scripture is just so

much hot air.

And yet I continue to do it, even today.


Free Lunch wrote:

On Sun, 29 Apr 2012 09:12:35 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com>

wrote in alt.talk.creationism:


Free Lunch wrote:

>

Why do you want to destroy your country? Remember that property does not

exist without government.

>

Not only does property exist without government, but value exists

without money. Money is just a bartering aid.


No, property does not exist without government. That is why anarchists

say that property is theft

One pickpocket is a thief.

Ten men shaking down a business is a gang

One hundred men running the "waste management" rackets is the Mafia.

Ten thousand men looting the entire nation is the Internal Revenue "Service".


Mike Duffy wrote:

Devils Advocaat <mankygoat7@gmail.com wrote in

news:1b98a3ff-f8cf-42a9-83ca-3780175399b4@v22g2000vby.googlegroups.com:


On Apr 29, 4:02 pm, MarkA <some...@somewhere.invalid wrote:


If all of creation is being managed by a god who thinks that the

Noah's Ark Strategy was a good one, we are ALL in deep doo-doo.


Like Noah and his family and all the animals would have been if the

story were true. :)


Stinking to high heaven?


It was worth your life not to have to clean the stalls belowdecks.


duke wrote: On Sat, 28 Apr 2012 17:19:57 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


duke wrote:

Sounds like you still missed the point. You dont' know if Acts 2 came before or

after 1 Cor 11. Maybe you're making the mistake of thinking that because Acts

is on page 1141 and 1 cor is on page 1191, then Acts came before 1 Cor. >

Acts 2 comes before 1st Corinthians because Paul doesn't even make an

entrance until Acts 7


Haahaahaaa. I can't believe that you actually think that the bible

presentation is fully chronological in order.

Provide evidence that the travelogue known as the Book of Acts, which is part two of Luke's gospel, is not fully chronological.



duke wrote:


God is infinitely more knowledgeable than the sum total of all intelligence in

the universe. And I'm infinitely more intelligent than you are.

If you had calculus like you said you did, then you would say the ratio between your intelligence and the intelligence of the other person approaches infinity as a limit. Otherwise you are asserting division by zero, which is forbidden.


David Hartung wrote:


What "special" rights do corporations have?

Two feminine hygiene product makers can have a legal merger in all fifty states, not just the ones that allow same sex marriages.


Joe Bruno wrote:


Gun control is the theory that a 90 pound woman should fistfight with rapists.


It's not about guns, it's about control.


ramrod@truthonly.com.Sword of Baal wrote:



Yeah! What's wrong with those homos?


Nothing at all, they are just a natural variance of humans such as green

eyes (2%), left handedness (10%) red hair (1-2%) etc..

An Irish Southpaw.


emoneyjoe wrote: On Sun, 29 Apr 2012 07:36:00 -0400, "Bob" <no@email.address wrote:


"linuxgal" <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote in message

news:cN2dndZKuv_thgHSnZ2dnUVZ_hidnZ2d@giganews.com... Yoorghis@Jurgis.net wrote:

On Sat, 28 Apr 2012 07:00:34 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com> wrote: >

Not now. Wait till our debt goes to 230% of GDP like Japan.

Kicking out wingers should be our most important goal.

A pox on both houses. Kicking out incumbents of both parties is my most

important goal.

Exactly. Become a DRIP


       What does that stand for, Democrats Remembering

Ideological Partisanship?


Demlicans and Republicrats Idled Permanently.


Jason wrote:


I hope that about 20 or more years from now--if America is still a nation

at that time--that scientists will find the evidence that is needed to

prove that God did create life on this earth.



What if they find out life on earth was transplanted by a race of alien tourists. Will you worship UFOs?


Jason wrote:


In most cases, I don't believe I was incorrect. For example, when I state

that Noah's Flood did happen--I don't believe it's a lie but dozens of

posters do believe it is a lie.



Lie is such a harsh word. We prefer to say it is a work of fantasy, like The Hobbit.


Zacharias Mulletstein wrote:


He can do anything. He chooses to erase those memories from His mind.

Well that's fine. For a minute there I thought you were going to say God is omniscient.


Devils Advocaat wrote:



If I recall correctly your god told Noah to take on board food for

him, his family and the animals. No mention at all of any animals

being made to sleep through either all or even part of the time they

were on the ark.

Ever try to sleep on forty feet of compressed shit?


Dänk 42Ø wrote:


Obama never ate dog, it is just one of the things he made up in his fake

biography.

So we have the horns of a dilemma. Either he ate dog, or he's a liar.


Patrick wrote:

"linuxgal" <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote

The Bible defines spirit as the breath of life. These unimportant ones do

not breathe, so they do not have a spirit.


Where in the bible can I find this?



Genesis 2:7. A human being does not become a living soul until he breathes. This is how a lot of Jews can take a pro-choice position without being ejected from their synagogue by their rabbi.


"Land of the FEE and home of DEPRAVED."

Obama kept his promise to turn the government around, now every day Americans are running for their lives trying not to get run over. Obama's new energy bill will tax the BTU value of farts. He even has a new plan to make sure crime never pays: he's going to nationalize it. All prisoners are to be released after completing Anger Management. US prisons are to become re-education facilities for hate speech.

"Let me be clear, we hold these untruths to be self-evident. It's not 'tax and spend', that is right-wing hate speech. It's 'contribute & invest.'"






John Gilmer wrote:



I realize that the legal/technical term is "take" but the public debate

would be a heck of a lot more rational were the process called: "Being

forced to sell at a 'fair' price." That's what actually happens when

the government "takes" private property for a public use.

If I own something, I have the right to keep it, or sell it at any price I choose. If I must sell it, at a price below my asking level, then I don't own something. It has effectively been taken from me.


Don Martin wrote:



So far as the north was concerned, the Confederacy was welcome to go, but not to

take the real estate with them.

They could even take the real estate, but they opened fire on Old Glory at Fort Sumter. I have a real problem with that.


1. All Quiet On The Economic Front 2. Apocalypse Dow 3. Barry Potter and the Deathly Panels 4. Citizen Kenyan 5. Crouching Tiger Hidden Taxes 6. Enemy of the States 7. E.T. The Extra Teleprompter 8. Force Ten From Nairobi 9. Invasion of the Income Snatchers 10. Lost In Taxation 11. Master and Commander: The Far Side of the Left 12. No Country For Old Men 13. Raiders of the Last Cent 14. Taxes Chain Saw Massacre 15. Tax Hard with a Vengeance 16. Terms of Entitlement 17. The Incredible Shrinking Polls 18. The Left Side Story 19. The Man Who Shot Liberty 20. The Red Badge of College 21. The Taxorcist 22. This Is Wallet Tap 23. TOTUS: Artificial Intelligence 24. Treasure of the Sierra Club


Phlip wrote:


...AND that Bill knows wingnuts like you are most ready to pass credit

to a white for any of Obama's accomplishments.

I'm either a wingbat or a moonnut. When Romney gets in there I'll be flipping tables and cracking my whip just like I am now, speaking truth to power.


In a very dark China Blue, China Blue condition. wrote:

>

All christians believe in creationism. All christians burn witches. All

christians are catholic and southern baptists.


That last part is a neat trick. Both at the same time.


Don Kresch wrote:

On Sun, 29 Apr 2012 11:52:10 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com>

scrawled in blood:


Don Martin wrote: >

So far as the north was concerned, the Confederacy was welcome to go, but not to

take the real estate with them.

They could even take the real estate, but they opened fire on Old Glory

at Fort Sumter. I have a real problem with that.


Why? It was a foreign army station, no different from how

Cubans view Gitmo. And Lincoln was advised by all of his top military

staff to not resupply the garrison.

Lincoln also swore an oath to defend all US government property. In the end, his oath won out.


Joe Cool wrote: On Apr 29, 3:49 pm, Our President isnt Funny <ret...@nc.rr.com wrote:

 They are high because of him & his anti-oil EPA


EVERY oil industry analyst that I have heard comment on this ALL AGREE

that the President of the US has little to no power over gas prices,

you pathetic clueless babbling fucking asshole moron.

Unless the President is Republican, then it's all about him doing favors for his buddies in the oil industry.


John Baker wrote:


I *have* listened to the other side, Sport. There's nothing there. You

might as well try to reason with a brick.


Liberals aren't totally worthless - they can still serve as a bad example. But it's no use giving them a lobotomy, there's nothing to cut.


BroilJAB wrote:

The Shroud now confirmed by latest

science techniques.

Confirmed to be a 14th Century forgery.


David Fritzinger wrote:


Tax cuts are the most inefficient way for the government to stimulate

the economy. Most of the money goes to the rich, who would spend it

anyway.

You meant to say, most of the money that would be kept by citizens rather than transfered to the government would be kept by the rich. Which makes sense, since rich people make more money, by definition.


Jason wrote: >

It simple--most of the governments in Europe have socialist governments.

Almost everyone that has researched socialist governments have come to

this conclusion:


Socialist governments eventually run out of money.


If looters are allowed to run wild, they eventually clean out the store.


BroilJAB wrote:

For over 150 years, evolutionism believers have claimed

that it is actual science. Yet there has never been even

one recorded instance of a 'new species arising by

Natural Selection'.


Well, maybe it takes more than 150 years for a new species to diverge.


Jason wrote:



Have you read the article that ICR wrote about sharks?


The ones with fricken laser on their fricken heads? Now that would be evidence of design.


Richard Steel wrote: On Apr 29, 4:50 pm, Paul Duca <paul.du...@gmail.com wrote: >

Really? Name a living conservative who you admire. Almost as hard as me finding one I DON'T...


You do realize that you just wrote that you admire almost all

Conservatives, don't you?

Man Coulter, Newt Gingrich, Pat Robertson...wow.


Ben Kaufman wrote: On Sun, 29 Apr 2012 15:44:16 -0700, knight@baawa.com wrote:


 Why do headphones have a left and right side?

>

 What's the point?

>

Warlord Steve

BAAWA


As opposed to?

Moderate headphones?


BroilJAB wrote:

Dawkins has vacated atheism,



It's highly plausible that in the universe there

are God-like creatures. - Richard Dawkins

Up here in Washington there's a lot of men who want to be Bigfoot. So you could say there are Bigfoot-like creatures. Doesn't mean there's a Bigfoot.


Yap wrote:


The low percentage of the atheists in prison means Atheism breeds

moral people.

The parole board selects candidates who successfully bullshit them to the effect that they have amended their lives. The easiest way to do that is to say, "I know I'm done a lot of wrong things in my life, but in here I've found Jesus." That explains the low rate of atheism in prison.


David Fritzinger wrote:


No, rather to say that people who won't spend the money get to keep it,

thereby providing minimal stimulus bang for the buck. Look at Great

Britain to see how well austerity works in a bad economic climate. Look

at the George W. Bush administration to see how well tax cuts for the

rich stimulate an economy. In both cases, they don't work.

Cash for Clunkers was intended to stimulate the economy, but all it did was incentivize people to line up at the trough and get some of that free money. And when the program ended, so did the economic activity of producing new cars. Only now is the auto industry crawling back. The same thing, on a larger scale, is happening with the $787 billion stimulus. It was supposed to prime the pump with government demand, and when it is taken away (as is the case over this fiscal year) it is supposed to be replaced with real demand. But there is little real demand, because people are deleveraging their position of extreme debt from the days of the housing bubble. The only thing to do is wait for people to dig themselves out. But politicians hate to sit on their thumbs.


nosurrender@never.net wrote:

The Jewish and Christian and Muslim religions are monotheistic. While

their worship is devoted to a single god, other deities are mentioned

in their scripture, just as they are in the scripture of other major

religious traditions.


That makes them henotheist. A true monotheist will not admit the existence of other deities. And as a consequence, monotheism has no sin of idolatry. Only a henotheistic religion could have a god that was "jealous" and insisted that people have no other gods before him.


Phlip wrote: On Apr 29, 3:50 pm, MattB <trdell1...@Nomorespamgmail.com wrote: On Sun, 29 Apr 2012 16:41:13 -0600, Yoorg...@Jurgis.net wrote:

On Sun, 29 Apr 2012 13:24:08 -0700 (PDT), Richard Steel <rsteel2...@aol.com wrote:

"The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution,

nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States

respectively, or to the people."

>

Correct. However, wingnuts have been bamboozled to think the 10th

Amendment somehow means "The gov't may never grant any rights the

Constitution does not expressly endorse."


That's what "reserved to the States or to the people" literally means.


Jason wrote:


Life in those days was like being outside in the day time during a major

rain storm or snow storm. The sky is covered with thick clouds but it's

not DARK outside.

Then what was the point of making the stars on day four if no one could see them?

Gen 1:14 And God said, Let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven to divide the day from the night; and let them be for signs, and for seasons, and for days, and years.


Obama's Sauteed Dog Meat Dinners wrote:

>

Gore's transcript documents that during his sophomore year at Harvard he

earned a "D" in Natural Sciences 6 (Man's Place in Nature).

How inconvenient!


MattB. wrote:



  Oregon, Washington and Alaska would make a good nation.    

Western Oregon and Western Washington would make a good blue nation, Eastern Washington, Eastern Oregon, and Alaska would make a good red nation.


knight@baawa.com wrote: On Mon, 30 Apr 2012 13:31:48 +0200, Warhol <molarh@hotmail.com wrote:


The people in Sodom and Gomorrah were partying and having a good time

till the very last minute >

was it worth it?


  I always wanted to die in the saddle.

In the case of Sodom, that saddle came with assless chaps.


Jeanne Douglas wrote:


Which is WHY your canopy is physically impossible. Because if there

had been a canopy deeper than 656 feet, no sun could have gotten

through it. And a canopy of 656 feet wouldn't have covered a basic

hill, much lest Everest.

They solve that problem by claiming there was nothing but little hills before the flood, and all the serious mountain building took place in the centuries after.


dh@. wrote: On Fri, 27 Apr 2012 10:37:14 -0700, Bob Casanova <nospam@buzz.off wrote:


Interesting metaphysics. Perhaps you could state how it

could be confirmed?


   The fact that time can't be detected suggests it's true. The fact that time

as a physically active thing seems like an impossible concept, pretty much does

confirm it.

The Twin Paradox confirms there is no time.

Two twin girls in 2004, one stays home, one flies to Alpha Centauri and back, packing a sack lunch. Eight years real time. The stay-at-home thinks it's 2012, the star pilot twin thinks it's still 2004. What year is it really? Doesn't matter, there is no time, only a now where clocks and heartbeats move at different rates based on their relative motion.



Jeanne Douglas wrote: On Apr 28, 12:26 am, Ja...@nospam.com (Jason) wrote:

In article

<c21ea23f-f613-4d14-b9c5-a5c3da03e...@r32g2000yqj.googlegroups.com>, >

The point was that there are several types of dating equipment--not just

carbon 14.


Carbon 14 is not dating equipment. It's an isotope of the element

carbon.


The actual equipment is a mass spectrograph.


Hannele wrote:

On Mon, 30 Apr 2012 00:45:59 +0200, Mike Lovell <mike.lovell@null.local

wrote:


Back again after a long break, had some excellent (but very time

consuming) family and job events. Got to make my billions somehow. > >

I see the same old theist troll faces here. >

I was hoping they'd repent and start loving their neighbours (ho-ho-ho)! > >

I take it still no evidence of the almighty has turned up? That's a

real shocker. >

Welcome back. Mike, long time no see. :D

You can check out any time you like, but you can never leave.


Jason wrote:



God allows people to express their free will. It's the same reason God

does not prevent serial killers from killing dozens of people. It's the

same reason God did not kill Hitler when he was a teenage boy.


Unless you're the Pharaoh of Egypt, then God hardens your heart and makes you deny religious leave to the Hebrews.


Phlip wrote: On Apr 30, 2:50 pm, BroilJAB <DesignDen...@wmconnect.com wrote:

Obama stole $5 million in graft to okay the

Solyndra (fake green energy) scam. After he

okayed $500 million, the next day Solyndra

took bankruptcy. Now Articles of Impeachment

have been drafted.


I'm wondering if there's a single Bush sin you idiots haven't blamed

on Obama yet...

BHO spent the first year of his Presidency apologizing for US greatness, and then the next two years making sure it never happened again.


Jason wrote:


Keynes claims that taxes should not be raised in economic hard times.



Somebody better tell Paul Krugman, his padawan learner.


Joe Bruno wrote:


In my opinion, the objections to public crosses are a case of

severe paranoia.I have looked at crosses for years and never felt the

urge to convert to Christianity.

I look at waterboarding paraphernalia and never feel the urge to join the CIA.


Jason wrote:



Perhaps God caused a miracle to happen to create that Noah's flood water

and later caused a miracle to cause lots of that water to go out into

outer space or onto another planet.


All you're really sure of is that we're being stubborn in the face of all the evidence of the Flood.


John Doe wrote:


Looks very much like our Supreme Court is going to reject

Obamacare, not only the individual mandate but also the Medicaid

expansion. The whole 2700 page partisan bill might easily fall.

All they need to do is shoot down the individual mandate and with this very unpleasing sneezing and wheezing the calliope crashes to the ground.


Diogenes wrote:


Well we all know what they were up to in Sodom (so to speak).


But have you ever wondered just what they doing in Gomorrah? Inquring

minds want to know.

The psychology of the two towns had been warped somehow by the trauma of being sacked a number of years earlier. They had divided along male and female lines, and the girls all went to Gomorrah. It was guarded by a kind of proto-Amazon army comprised entirely of women who guarded the walls so fiercely that Melchizedek and Abraham could not even approach without drawing fire from sling or bow. But they could stand close enough to see some of the women embracing each other.

The merest rumor that such things were possible could not exist in a patriarchal society. Gomorrah simply could not be permitted to be.

Melchizedek said to Abraham, "Homosexuality by itself does not offend El Shaddai, you must understand. But these two cities have embarked on a dead-end road, my friend."

Abraham said, "I do see it. Only the women can breed, and here they can breed only with the men who are weak enough to be captured by them."

Melchizedek was proud that Abraham had reasoned it out. "This is an offense against the natural law, my friend. But I will do what I can to save your kinsman Lot and all that are his."


duke wrote: On Sun, 29 Apr 2012 09:52:42 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


duke wrote: >

God is infinitely more knowledgeable than the sum total of all intelligence in

the universe. And I'm infinitely more intelligent than you are.

If you had calculus like you said you did, then you would say the ratio

between your intelligence and the intelligence of the other person

approaches infinity as a limit. Otherwise you are asserting division by

zero, which is forbidden.


1. Forbidden where?

2. And yes, the ratio approaches infinity. That's why I said what I did.

Black holes are what happens when you divide by zero.


Jason wrote:

In article <xPqdneLe15286wDSnZ2dnUVZ_uydnZ2d@giganews.com>, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


Jason wrote: >

I hope that about 20 or more years from now--if America is still a nation

at that time--that scientists will find the evidence that is needed to

prove that God did create life on this earth. > >

What if they find out life on earth was transplanted by a race of alien

tourists. Will you worship UFOs?


No--since God may have created life on that planet millions of years ago.

So it's turtles all the way down. Who created the living God?


tirebiter wrote: On Apr 29, 2:48 am, Ja...@nospam.com (Jason) wrote:

In article <ddudnVMDLpSJcQbSnZ2dnUVZ_vadn...@giganews.com>, linuxgal > <linux...@cleanposts.com wrote: Jason wrote:

I believe that God created life on this planet. I don't believe it is

possible for life to evolve from non-living matter.

The boundary between life and non-life is not very sharp. Google virus

or prion.

Do you believe it is possible for a virus to develop from non-living matter?


Many viruses don't even qualify as "living matter".

A tobacco mosiac virus is a strand of RNA 6,400 bases long, with a protein coat. Looks like a little bitty cigarette. It can be stored as a crystal indefinitely.


tirebiter wrote:



Many cultures have flood myths. None of them are even remotely close

in the stated year of occurrence.

We ourselves have a modern flood myth. Bush didn't give enough money to Katrina and millions of poor black people died.


harry k wrote:



Here is a bit of news for you since you seem to unaware of it. The

Nile flooded EVERY YEAR back then and their agriculture depended on

it. >

Sometimes it DIDN'T flood, and they realized they offended the gods.


Lamont Cranston wrote:


LOL! Obama's economic leadership has orchestrated one of the biggest

economic turnarounds in U.S. history, you fucking idiot.

If you're a liberal, who's reading this newsgroup to you?


A much sharper-than-expected decline in Midwestern business activity in April reported on Monday by an industry group was the latest evidence of a slowdown.

"We had such a strong first quarter, and we've lost that momentum in the last two weeks," said Jake Dollarhide, chief executive at Longbow Asset Management in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The data "reinforces the ominous tone on Wall Street, along with the fears we have about Europe."




2966 Dead wrote: On Mon, 30 Apr 2012 18:25:10 -0700, linuxgal wrote:


John Doe wrote: >

Looks very much like our Supreme Court is going to reject Obamacare,

not only the individual mandate but also the Medicaid expansion. The

whole 2700 page partisan bill might easily fall.

All they need to do is shoot down the individual mandate and with this

very unpleasing sneezing and wheezing the calliope crashes to the

ground.


...and takes America with it. You must be VERY proud...

If Obama and Biden and Pelosi and Reid were on a sinking ship, who would be saved?

AMERICA!


Robert Fitzgerald wrote:



Obama should promise that there will be a dog in every pot, a Volt in

every garage.


The US Postal Service says, "Obama stamp to be discontinued; too many people were spitting on the wrong side."


Joe Bruno wrote:



I'm a Jew, not a Christian.Apparently, everyone here but you knows that.

Crosses mean nothing to Jews.


Lots of Christians try to convert Jews. Most of the Jews say they would be doing themselves a disservice if they started dealing with a Son while Dad still ran the family business.



Joe Bruno wrote:


Putting a cross on land, even public land, is simply not enough.

Yes, we need to put whipping posts on NAACP property, piggeries on Muslim property and crematoriums on Jewish Federation property. Same level of taste.


Warhol wrote:


I even deny justly Radio waves can't come from space... didn't you read

my theorem that Radio waves need a Medium to... just as rockets they

don't work in vacuum of space... sound also need a medium to carry thm.

You're absolutely right. Electric fields propagate at right angles to magnetic fields, and magnetic fields propagate at right angles to electric fields. These two mediums fly across the vacuum at c kicking each other's ass the whole way.


• R. L. Measures. wrote:

>

• That there is a TBRC who does not know that Cardinals elect the pope is

pretty damn crazy Duke.


You got to give Duke slack on that one. Cardinals are also bishops. The Pope is the Bishop of Rome.


walksalone wrote:

Ahes

Breton

If you are amazed at the old Roman roads in Brittany, why? She is the

goddess who is credited with building them. She is a patroness of roads

after all.

She needs to come down here and fix the potholes in Seattle.


John Baker wrote:


If an IQ test was required in order to be eligible to vote, the

Republicans would lose 90% of their base.

Not if Sarah Palin and Pat Robertson wrote the test.


SkyEyes wrote: On Apr 30, 6:10 pm, linuxgal <linux...@cleanposts.com wrote: Jason wrote: >

Keynes claims that taxes should not be raised in economic hard times.

Somebody better tell Paul Krugman, his padawan learner.


IIRC, Keynes claims that taxes should not be raised on the poor and

middle classes in hard times. Paul Krugman is down with that.

Because poor people and middle classes can most effectively use that money to invest in productive enterprise and get the economy moving again...wait, no, they have to spend it on food and energy which go up in price because the central bank prints money to cover the deficits from entitlement spending, which increase as revenues decrease from the recession. Never mind.


NoBody wrote: On Sat, 28 Apr 2012 16:41:34 -0600, Yoorghis@Jurgis.net wrote:


So--answer the question >

What percentage of the National debt was the responsibility of

republicans?


Asking the question constantly doesn't change the answer.

All it does is results in plonkage.


Tracey12 wrote:


Jesus died on the cross to cover all sin for all time if only you

believe in him.


Death is defined as the irreversible cessation of life. If Jesus came back to life, then he didn't die. It was a Near Death Experience, by definition.


Tracey12 wrote:

Almost two months to the day after Breitbart was killed, his coroner

has been killed.


Next are all the reporters who covered the death of the coroner. After that all the bloggers who covered the death of the reporter....


2966 Dead wrote: On Mon, 30 Apr 2012 20:57:34 -0700, Phlip wrote:


On Apr 30, 6:07 pm, linuxgal <linux...@cleanposts.com wrote: >

BHO spent the first year of his Presidency apologizing for US

greatness,

Papers found in Osama bin Laden's man-cave reveal OBL was concerned that

Obama's outreach to Muslims was hurting Al Qaeda almost as much as their

own policy of killing primarily Muslims.


Linuxgal is one of these stupid cunts who thinks the best way to win

friends and influence people is by strutting.


Plonk. I just want to discuss ideas, not sex organs.


Phlip wrote: On Apr 30, 6:07 pm, linuxgal <linux...@cleanposts.com wrote:


BHO spent the first year of his Presidency apologizing for US greatness,


Papers found in Osama bin Laden's man-cave reveal OBL was concerned

that Obama's outreach to Muslims was hurting Al Qaeda almost as much

as their own policy of killing primarily Muslims.

Yeah, when Obama made NASA's primary mission to be outreach to Muslims rather than scientific research, that scared the bejeezus out of bin Laden. When Obama said they would return to the moon and erase the infidel footprints from the sacred precincts of the Islamic Cresent Moon, bin Laden started shaking.

http://washingtonexaminer.com/politics/2010/07>asas-muslim-outreach-al-jazeera-told-first/12338


Ubiquitous wrote: DesignDenier@wmconnect.com wrote:


Today the FBI arrested members of the 'OCCUPY

Movement' on charges of Terror Bombing. This is

a stunning setback to Obama's Re-Election as

he had directed the fake 'Occupy Movement' to

harass and Protest against working Whites and

other Republicans. Now, it is revealed that Occupy

is an extension of all the same Communist front

groups which Sen.Joseph McCarthy warned about.


"OCCUPY Movement" is another word for "useful idiots".

The Obama-endorsed Occupy Movement turned downtown Seattle into a war zone today, with broken class, pepper spray, and black masked occupiers using wrist rockets against police.


Tronscend wrote:

"BroilJAB" <DesignDenier@wmconnect.com skrev i melding

news:7f0a64ac-4b07-4d5c-b5ac-afe87eea0e6d@er9g2000vbb.googlegroups.com...

Today the FBI arrested members of the 'OCCUPY

Movement'


"Occupy Wall Street" one can get; but how the fork do you occupy "Movement"?

Not easy to squat there; at least not for any length of time.

Sure as shit doesn't mean occupy in the sense of a productive occupation.


Obama's Arrogant Smirk wrote:

Obama did nothing special.

Got a Peace Prize just for being elected, then went on to surge in Asscrackistan and take out Khaddafi and bin Laden.


Sid9 wrote:


The cure for Spain and the UK was NOT austerity.

More government spending, more debt, that's the ticket.


Rush wrote:

So, what he's really saying is that without the government, US

capitalism cannot function and demand that Obama be their savior like

good socialists.


It's true, Americans are lazy pigs.


I think Japanese are lazier. We COOK our fish!


Sid9 wrote:



Romney just fired his national security advisor because he's gay.

He's got the spine of a spaghetti!

I thought it was against the law to fire people based on sexual preference.


Jason wrote:


I done a quick google search of global flood legends in Egypt--some

websites said there was NEVER a global flood in Egypt's history and other

websites did state there was a global flood in their history.

The websites that said there was no global flood were scientific ones, the other ones were religious ones.


Jason wrote:


 Terrorists have

learned to keep women and children in safe houses so they can display

their bodies after the safe houses are destroyed. Of course, liberal

reporters take films of those dead women and children.

What would conservative reporters do, bury the footage and spout the Obama Administration party line that the air strike was justified?


2966 Dead wrote:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2012/may/01/rupert-murdoch-fox-licences-us


Rupert Murdoch's Fox broadcast licences targeted by US ethics group


FCC called on to revoke licences in wake of British parliamentary report

as phone hacking scandal widens abroad

That's great. We punish people here for breaking UK law. Talk about double jeopardy.


Sid9 wrote:


"linuxgal" <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote in message

news:XcKdnW9WgrZpGz3SnZ2dnUVZ_uqdnZ2d@giganews.com... Sid9 wrote: >

The cure for Spain and the UK was NOT austerity. >

More government spending, more debt, that's the ticket.


During a fiscal crisis, YES!

A little hair of the dog that bit ya, eh? The fiscal crisis is a sovereign DEBT crisis.


tirebiter wrote: On Apr 30, 10:13 pm, Ja...@nospam.com (Jason) wrote:

In article

<77db6343-7e65-47a2-9570-815c5a706...@35g2000yqq.googlegroups.com>, Jeanne >

Carbon 14 is not dating equipment. It's an isotope of the element

carbon.

JD

I seem to recall it is used to determine the age of rocks.


This ignorant statement proves you don't even comprehend what a dating

method is. And it throws further doubt on your claim to have taken

any college classes.

The half-life of Carbon-14 is almost 6,000 years, good for dating things like the paint in the cave art in France. Rocks are hundreds of millions, if not billions of years old.


• R. L. Measures. wrote:

In article <EJudnU1Fg64pXALSnZ2dnUVZ_jadnZ2d@giganews.com>, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


• R. L. Measures. wrote:

• That there is a TBRC who does not know that Cardinals elect the pope is

pretty damn crazy Duke. >

You got to give Duke slack on that one. Cardinals are also bishops.


• Nobody is likely to address Cardinal X as bishop X .


The Pope is the Bishop of Rome.


• That's ancient history.


Naw, the Catholic Church has bishops, priests, deacons, and lay people.

 Cardinals are fancy bishops.  Monsignors are fancy priests.   Priests 

do more than lay people sometimes.


Nickname unavailable wrote: On May 1, 7:57 pm, linuxgal <linux...@cleanposts.com wrote: Sid9 wrote: >

The cure for Spain and the UK was NOT austerity.

More government spending, more debt, that's the ticket.


yet, anyone with even the most basic understanding of capitalism

knows it takes money to make money. so have fun explaining away the

fact that countries that stimulated are growing, countries that

slashed spending are contracting, and there debts are exploding.

You have to look at economics in thermodynamic terms. Debt is simply applying future earnings at a single point in time for leverage. Very few people could generate the cash flow-rate otherwise to get a car or a house. But too many Wal-Mart people (and Wal-Mart countries too, it seems) think a credit card is found money.


CB@PrayForMe.com wrote:


Five people, claiming to be anarchists, have been arrested in

Cleveland for trying to blow up a four-lane bridge across the Cuyahoga

Valley National Park.

Obama-endorsed Occupiers strike again.


Don Kresch wrote:

On Tue, 01 May 2012 07:17:07 -0600, Yoorghis@Jurgis.net scrawled in

blood:


On Mon, 30 Apr 2012 21:40:16 -0700 (PDT), Richard Steel <rsteel2525@aol.com wrote: >

There was no full recount

If you demand full recounts, why are you against voter ID?

The intent of the Voter ID law is to preclude those who normally vote

democratic from voting


No, it's not.

Rahm Emmanuel has opened up Chicago elections to the dead. It's more Democratic that way.


Bob Casanova wrote:


Nope. It confirms that time, like mass and distance, is

relative; IOW it confirms (actually, evidence which doesn't

rely on the twin paradox confirms) that there's no

  • absolute* time, not that time doesn't exist.

I'm not talking about the time component of space-time, which is the indivisible arena of gravity and such, warped by matter, compressed in the direction of a rapidly moving object. I'm talking about the purely human invention of "time" with days and months and years. They're completely different, and the human concept is nothing but smoke.


Joe Bruno wrote:


Capitalism is cyclical.It is characterized by alternating booms and recessions.

There was a big boom while Bill Clinton was in office.After that boom ended,

a major recession followed, which was totally predictable.

We who follow Tao say booming is not constant, busting is not constant, but boom-bust is constant.


Barry OGrady wrote:


Don't you hate it too when people type in all lower case?

linux people prefer it that way because we're lazy


tirebiter wrote:



Then why spend a year just to flood this one tiny planet? Why not

take a week and rebuild the whole universe?

And what made God think World 2.0 would be an improvement over the first revision?


Mike Lovell wrote:


I'm an atheist and don't fear death, even though this is the only life

we have. Nothing more after it. > Still, no use rushing it.


HVAC wrote: On 5/1/2012 10:05 AM, G=EMC^2 wrote: On May 1, 9:56 am, "Hägar"<hs...@yahoo.com

wrote:

> >

They turned your water off because you didn't pay your bill. >

End of story. >

But the Loon thinks water is his basic right and should be provided

by the

Government, like he also thinks Viagra and probably car insurance

should.

The typical attitude of the "Vote for the Nigger"

crowd ... >

Its people like you HVAC that bring tears to the eyes of the Statue of

Liberty. Millions died in the war to free the slaves.


The Civil War was not fought to 'free the slaves'.


That was true until Sept. 1862, Battle of Antietam, then Lincoln pushed out the Emancipation Proclamation and the Civil War became just that, a war to free the slaves.


Phlip wrote: On May 1, 4:13 am, linuxgal <linux...@cleanposts.com wrote: 2966 Dead wrote: On Mon, 30 Apr 2012 20:57:34 -0700, Phlip wrote: On Apr 30, 6:07 pm, linuxgal <linux...@cleanposts.com wrote:

BHO spent the first year of his Presidency apologizing for US

greatness,

Papers found in Osama bin Laden's man-cave reveal OBL was concerned that

Obama's outreach to Muslims was hurting Al Qaeda almost as much as their

own policy of killing primarily Muslims.

Linuxgal is one of these stupid cunts who thinks the best way to win

friends and influence people is by strutting.

Plonk. I just want to discuss ideas, not sex organs.


you want to recite RWNJ bullshit to get your jollies. No "ideas"

involved.

Plonk. Hey this is great, I've got hundreds of messages to process every day after work and this will streamline things a bit.


HVAC wrote: On 5/1/2012 1:52 AM, Andrew W wrote: >

In the court of science, evidence is held to a higher standard.

This is how our culture has advanced so far, so fast. > >

Firstly there is no such thing as a court of science.


Obviously, you have never worked in the field of science....


A court of science, and now a field of science. Hey, maybe there's a fire station of science, and a real estate agency of science, and a public restroom of science too!


Nickname unavailable wrote: On May 1, 8:25 pm, linuxgal <linux...@cleanposts.com wrote: Sid9 wrote: >

"linuxgal" <linux...@cleanposts.com wrote in message

news:XcKdnW9WgrZpGz3SnZ2dnUVZ_uqdnZ2d@giganews.com... Sid9 wrote:

The cure for Spain and the UK was NOT austerity.

More government spending, more debt, that's the ticket.

During a fiscal crisis, YES!

A little hair of the dog that bit ya, eh? The fiscal crisis is a

sovereign DEBT crisis.


nope, european countries are not sovereign with the euro currency.

they have to borrow from the european central bank.

I'm not talking about what currency they denominate that sovereign debt in, I'm talking about the fact that the countries in the southern sector of the Eurozone are spending what they do not earn.


In a very dark China Blue, China Blue condition. wrote:



Are Americans now required carry proof of citizenship everywhere they go?


No, but they are required to carry proof of private health insurance.


Sid9 wrote:


.

Austerity has failed.

Dr. Paul Krugman predicted it would fail.

Economics is not thermodynamics.

Everything is thermodynamics. Your life, the economy, the Earth's climate, everything, ultimately driven by the sun. That's why profits ought not to be condemned out of hand. They overcome losses from economic "friction" which can sometimes take the form of payoffs to parasites.


Bret Cahill wrote:

From the AP: >

"Republican Mitt Romney on Tuesday accused President Barack Obama of

politicizing the death of Osama bin Laden a year ago but said it was

"totally appropriate" for him to claim credit for ordering the U.S. military

raid that ended with the terrorist leader's death in a hideout in Pakistan." >

flip flop....flop-flip >

Spaghetti spined Romney flips again


Someone is gonna make a million bucks selling a line of cruisers

called "Mitt Flops."

It's probably going to go over like Billy Beer.


Lee Curtis wrote: Richard Steel wrote:


Prosperity through austerity isn't working:

http://s0.2mdn.net/3198123/ControlwithLogin_571x47_8-weeks.png

Professor Krugman predicted failure of austerity correctly.

Nonetheless, conservative governments in Spain and Great Britain

have driven their countries into recession with their predictably

flawed efforts.

Really? You're this delusional? >

The Socialism bubble has burst.



  That explains why the most prosperous economy

right now is in.....Communist China. Right.


Really, so China's GDP is sixteen trillion dollars now?


J wrote:


Gay activist Dan Savage gave one of two keynote addresses at the April

13 National High School Journalism Conference sponsored by the National

Scholastic Press Association and the Journalism Education Association.

He insulted the students, used profanity and trashed Christianity; many

walked out. Savage was there to protest bullying.

Yeah, he said there was bullshit in the Bible. What a bully!


Röbert Recton wrote: On 5/1/2012 7:17 PM, linuxgal wrote: Bob Casanova wrote: >

Nope. It confirms that time, like mass and distance, is

relative; IOW it confirms (actually, evidence which doesn't

rely on the twin paradox confirms) that there's no

  • absolute* time, not that time doesn't exist.

>

I'm not talking about the time component of space-time, which is the

indivisible arena of gravity and such, warped by matter, compressed in

the direction of a rapidly moving object. I'm talking about the purely

human invention of "time" with days and months and years. They're

completely different, and the human concept is nothing but smoke.


No, you don't believe that. You make use of the concept of time daily.

There is no future, nothing for a god or prophet to foresee, and the only past which endures exists in physical records (subject to redaction) and human memories. Even human memories are not stored as complete records but as simple highlights which can trigger the brain to recreate the past at will. That is why three different eyewitnesses can have five different testimonies. Politicians and religious authorities know, like Santayana did, that to repeat the mistakes of the past they must control the teaching of history.


duke wrote:


Indulgences never went away. But what does that have to do with dispensations?


We're not talking about the chocolate "Indulgences" marketed by those nuns.


duke wrote: On Mon, 30 Apr 2012 18:46:26 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


Black holes are what happens when you divide by zero.


Black holes are bigger than that.

The event horizon of a black hole is given by the Schwarzchild radius, R=2Gm/c^2. The singularity of a non-rotating black hole has zero radius. A rotating black hole will have a singularity in the form of a ring, but this ring will have zero thickness.


BroilJAB wrote:


= LinusGirl = Rev HairGone = hundreds of Nyms

Naw, just two Nyms. Teresita and Linuxgal.


Paul Duca wrote: On Apr 30, 12:09 am, J <jdyou...@ymail.com wrote:

Homos need not apply; you have caused the church enough trouble already >


Heteros need not apply, either: the Church offers them nothing BUT

trouble.

"The Bible contains six admonishments to homosexuals and 362 admonishments to heterosexuals. That doesn't mean that God doesn't love heterosexuals. It's just that they need more supervision."

  --  Lynn Lavner


Röbert Recton wrote:


You don't believe that, either. You believe there will be a tomorrow,

and the day after tomorrow, and so on, *and* you believe you'll be there

to experience them.


There WILL BE a future, but there is not one now. Nothing for a prophet to see.


Jason wrote:

In article <aKKdndY7LNpYqALSnZ2dnUVZ_vqdnZ2d@giganews.com>, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


Jason wrote: >

God allows people to express their free will. It's the same reason God

does not prevent serial killers from killing dozens of people. It's the

same reason God did not kill Hitler when he was a teenage boy. >

Unless you're the Pharaoh of Egypt, then God hardens your heart and

makes you deny religious leave to the Hebrews.


There are always exceptions.



Poor Pharoah, roasting in hell. Sorry dude, you were an exception.


Jason wrote:


The very name in headlines on the cover--imply it--THE GOSPEL OF JUDAS or

THE BOOK OF JUDAS.



Wow, Judas has a gospel? I thought only Jesus had a gospel, but there were different versions like The Gospel ACCORDING to St. Mark, or the Gospel ACCORDING to St. John. But now you're saying Judas has a gospel, we just don't know who it's ACCORDING to.


Jason wrote:

In article

<77db6343-7e65-47a2-9570-815c5a706adc@35g2000yqq.googlegroups.com>, Jeanne Douglas <hlwdjsd@gmail.com wrote: >

Carbon 14 is not dating equipment. It's an isotope of the element

carbon. >

JD


I seem to recall it is used to determine the age of rocks.


Rocks are dated with radioactive noble gases.


Jason wrote:

>

If there was no canopy--God used a miracle to cause it to rain for 40 days

and 40 nights. After the flood was over, God used another miracle to

relocate the excess flood water into outer space or onto another planet. I

am guessing.


Jason is guessing, but the important thing is we better believe it, or we will burn in hell.



Ben Kaufman wrote:


The reason for kosher was to keep Jews out of the cafeteria, to prevent

fraternization with non-Jews during one of the most common and binding kinds of

socialization, over a meal.

And why was fraternization with non-Jews undesirable? Might marry one, and then the kids won't keep kosher. Sounds like a big crazy wheel.


Barry OGrady wrote:


The bible calls for death for homosexuals and says they shall not

enter heaven.

The bible also calls for death if your kids sass back. Give that one a whirl, get 25 to life.


Devils Advocaat wrote: On May 1, 11:12 pm, Ja...@nospam.com (Jason) wrote: >

Thanks--my latest guess is that Noah's Flood occurred 2349 to 2348 B.C.


And your supporting evidence for this guess is?

Most google hits.


Caranx latus wrote:


I get the feeling that Jason doesn't know that life isn't possible

without chemical reactions.

Actually, life *is* chemical reactions.


Alan Ferris wrote:



The way Ireland is going there will be a party of Irish gentlemen who

would happily kneecap the priest to show him the error of hiding child

rape.


Two bad they only have two kneecaps each.


palsing wrote:


The space between stars is not empty, that's why it is called the

interstellar medium...


It's empty to a first approximation.


Sid9 wrote:

Santorum stops campaigning and fails to endorse Romney

Gingrich drops out and fails to endorse Romney

Ron Paul continues to campaign against Romney


What's happening in the Republican party?



Michelle Bachmann endorsed Romney...119 days later.


Phlip wrote:



Meanwhile, productivity is at an all time high.

The handful of people who still have jobs are working their asses off.


Jazzy Belle wrote:


Larson has been fringe for quite some time, He'll never get

to the power level he used to have while at BLM and he's lost so much

that he desperately is trying to regain even now. I almost feel pity

for Larson.

Ironically, Jesus was all about laying down power, denying equality with God and being put to death on a cross. His "followers" can't quite bring themselves to do that, but then again, Jesus said it was a narrow path to follow him into eternal life.


Alan Ferris wrote:


In Scotland the Cardinal called for people to sign a petition opposing

gay marriage. Of the 803,000 Catholics in Scotland, their petition

got.........1,000 signatures.

Those 1,000 Catholics were gay. They wanted to put on a good show, like Larry Craig or Ted Haggard.


Sid9 wrote:


"linuxgal" <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote in message

news:K6ydneM5l6IxRTzSnZ2dnUVZ_t6dnZ2d@giganews.com... Sid9 wrote:

Santorum stops campaigning and fails to endorse Romney

Gingrich drops out and fails to endorse Romney

Ron Paul continues to campaign against Romney >

What's happening in the Republican party? > >

Michelle Bachmann endorsed Romney...119 days later.

.

Wow!


What a display of enthusiasm for Romney!

Allow me to restate it. She announced today that she would endorse Romney tomorrow. Can't quite get around to it today. Hang nail you know.


Clave wrote:


Oh, right -- as long as Obama's in office, anything good for the country is

bad for the GOP, so they'll let the country go to hell rather than put

people back to work.

Politicians don't put people to work, unless you're talking about government jobs. Producers put people to work. So all we really need is for politicians to get the hell out of the way.


HVAC wrote:


Hypothetical situation...What would the US government do if al quida

detonated a nuclear device in Atlanta, causing 100,000+ deaths?

Take out Tehran and Pyongyang and Pershawar and ask questions about which asshole gave Al Qaeda the nuke later.


Richard Steel wrote:

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - Florida Gov. Rick Scott has refused a request to prohibit

the carrying of guns in downtown Tampa during the Republican National

Convention this summer.


Good. An armed society is a polite society. You'll be amazed how

quickly the Occupy thugs back off when they're dealing with people who

can fight back.


Criminals and Democrats both want an unarmed populace. Coincidence?


Oglethorpe wrote:

"Sid9" <sid9@ bellsouth.net wrote in message

news:jnpscb$cnr$1@dont-email.me...

In 1790, a Congress including 20 Founders passed a law requiring that ship

owners buy medical insurance for their seamen. Washington signed it into

law.


Now scumbag liberals want to destroy the right of he people to keep and bear

arms.

Bring it on. Put one liberal on this side of the street, another one on the other side, and let them go door-to-door demanding the people turn over their arms. See how far they get.


palsing wrote: On May 2, 5:53 pm, linuxgal <linux...@cleanposts.com wrote: palsing wrote:

The space between stars is not empty, that's why it is called the

interstellar medium...

It's empty to a first approximation.


Well, sure it is, for most practical purposes... so?


My statement that interstellar space is not empty is still valid. If

space were truly empty, there would be no new star formation.

The best vacuum we can make under ideal laboratory conditions makes a chamber that's positively overpopulated compared to interstellar space.


sbalneav wrote: In alt.atheism linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote: Barry OGrady wrote:

Don't you hate it too when people type in all lower case?

linux people prefer it that way because we're lazy


Better would be:


linux_people_prefer_it_that_way_because_we\'re_lazy


There. Now you don't have to set IFS in your script :)


Spaces in filenames are a major PITA.

You can fix that in a snap. Replace spaces in a filename with hyphens (I use mp3s for an example because I use this trick to batch convert mp3s to oggs):

find . -name "* *mp3" -exec rename 's/\ /-/g' {} \;


Kirby Grant wrote:



President Obama will be re-elected in November. That isn't a prediction.

That is a fact.

A fact is an observation. You can observe the future?


Patrick wrote:

"linuxgal" <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote in message

news:K6ydneE5l6KzSjzSnZ2dnUVZ_t6XnZ2d@giganews.com... Alan Ferris wrote: >

The way Ireland is going there will be a party of Irish gentlemen who

would happily kneecap the priest to show him the error of hiding child

rape. >

Two bad they only have two kneecaps each.


Yup, two bad they only have to.



Spelling flame, made your hole day.


Clave wrote:

"linuxgal" <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote in message

news:nrSdnXfDFMyWQjzSnZ2dnUVZ_q6dnZ2d@giganews.com... Clave wrote: >

Oh, right -- as long as Obama's in office, anything good for the country

is bad for the GOP, so they'll let the country go to hell rather than put

people back to work.

Politicians don't put people to work, unless you're talking about

government jobs. Producers put people to work. So all we really need is

for politicians to get the hell out of the way.


What history-mocking horseshit.


Where are all the jobs from the Bush tax cuts and regulatory rollbacks?

China.


Richard Steel wrote:



Yes, because those places tend to have strict gun control laws. "When

guns are banned, only the criminals will have guns." Remember?

Turned out to be true.


Libs should put their gun control theories to the test and walk unarmed down Pennsylvania Avenue at 3 AM.


trainguard wrote:


"Let your light so shine before men, that they might see your good

works, and glorify your Father which is in Heaven."

"Beware of practicing your righteousness before men to be noticed by them; otherwise you have no reward with your Father who is in heaven."

Which one is it?


In a very dark China Blue, China Blue condition. wrote:

In article <RZCdnWQd14fYOz3SnZ2dnUVZ_gidnZ2d@giganews.com>,

linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com

wrote:


In a very dark China Blue, China Blue condition. wrote: >

Are Americans now required carry proof of citizenship everywhere they go? >

No, but they are required to carry proof of private health insurance.


Well....that's utterly irrelevant.

Well, not yet. After SCOTUS strikes down the personal mandate, it will be irrelevant.


Barry OGrady wrote:

On Wed, 02 May 2012 17:31:23 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com> wrote:


Barry OGrady wrote:

The bible calls for death for homosexuals and says they shall not

enter heaven.

The bible also calls for death if your kids sass back. Give that one a

whirl, get 25 to life.


So much for the bible being the good book.

If the daughter of a priest becomes a sex care worker, she gets put to death by being burned alive. Leviticus 21:9.


duke wrote: On Tue, 01 May 2012 20:30:57 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


duke wrote: >

Indulgences never went away. But what does that have to do with dispensations?


We're not talking about the chocolate "Indulgences" marketed by those nuns.


I didn't know about those. Where can I buy some?

I saw them advertised I think in the Liguorian back in the 1990s. Can't find them on google.


duke wrote:


No, I'm claiming that evidence is evidence, but not necessarily proof. And I

have evidence for the existence of God and you have nothing for evidence that he

doesn't exist.

I have evidence for the existence of Bigfoot (the Patterson film) and you have nothing for evidence that he doesn't exist.


CB@PrayForMe.com wrote:


Zimmerman tutored Black kids. It will be part of his character defense

when the facts (like acid to a Lib) come out at trial.

He tutored kids. If he mentions that they were black as part of his defense, he's being racist.


trainguard wrote: On May 3, 3:28 am, linuxgal <linux...@cleanposts.com wrote: trainguard wrote:

"Let your light so shine before men, that they might see your good

works, and glorify your Father which is in Heaven."

"Beware of practicing your righteousness before men to be noticed by

them; otherwise you have no reward with your Father who is in heaven." >

Which one is it?


Both. You did not read the first quotation properly, did you?

Ah, I see. Letting men see your good works is different from letting men notice your good works. Good catch!


Richard Steel wrote:

You can't read?


Yes, which is why I avoid Stephen King slow, slushy, work.


I'm guessing Archie Comics is more your speed.


It's certainly Stephen's speed. King wrote for "The Best of Archie".

He wrote for them, but his story about Archie being the meat in a Betty and Veronica sandwich was deemed by the editors to be inappropriate for the target audience.


Clave wrote:

"linuxgal" <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote in message

news:HO2dnf0S_-kAcTzSnZ2dnUVZ_q6dnZ2d@giganews.com... Clave wrote:

"linuxgal" <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote in message

news:nrSdnXfDFMyWQjzSnZ2dnUVZ_q6dnZ2d@giganews.com... Clave wrote: >

Oh, right -- as long as Obama's in office, anything good for the

country is bad for the GOP, so they'll let the country go to hell

rather than put people back to work.

Politicians don't put people to work, unless you're talking about

government jobs. Producers put people to work. So all we really need

is for politicians to get the hell out of the way.

What history-mocking horseshit. >

Where are all the jobs from the Bush tax cuts and regulatory rollbacks?

China.


Kinda torpedoing your own point there.

US government debt grew $4.33 trillion larger under Bush. All the Bush tax cuts did was reduce the contribution that Americans made to our own government. The difference was made up by borrowing money, a lot of it from China. When I said "get the hell out of the way" I mean actually make government smaller, in absolute terms, not make the contribution Americans give to government smaller.



MarkA wrote:



Who's talking about tribbles? "Don't feed them after midnight" was from

Gremlins. Tibbles are born pregnant, remember? Just don't let them eat

too much Quadrotriticale.


Tribbles for sale:

$5.00 for all you can pile on top of you.


Alan Ferris wrote:


He stopped Palin being Vice President.


Actually, Katie Couric did. Palin is so dumb, *Katie Couric* made her look stupid.


Tracey12 wrote:

I guess we can say that Obama has brought us "change" since shortly

after the election, America crashed.

And now I have forty-seven cents to my name. Yep, he brought us change.


Obama's Sauteed Dog Meat Dinners wrote:


Osama bin Laden was a surprising proponent of the Arab spring, according

to documents found after his capture and released on Thursday.



He also thought MSNBC was okay, until they fired Olbermann.


Möebius Pretzel wrote:

Russia Warns It Will Launch Pre-Emptive Strikes on NATO's Anti-Missile

Defense Shield Planned for Europe


Bring it. NATO strikes back.


Dakota wrote:


One factor in their being driven to pedophilia may be that xtian

religions preach that sex for any other purpose than procreation is

sinful. If that causes a woman who doesn't want kids to stop putting

out, the guy might look elsewhere.

Confucius say woman who put man in dog house soon find him in cat house.


Richard Steel wrote:


Also, the five bombers arrested were also Occupy members and

supporters.


http://dailycaller.com/2012/05/03/an-occupy-camp-is-a-great-incubator-for-domestic-terrorism/#ixzz1trAdY6Zw

Now they can occupy Federal Supermax.


duke wrote:


God's 10 commandments form the basis for all good laws.

Yeah, I love the part about visiting retribution unto the third and fourth generation. Great fucking law.


duke wrote: On Wed, 02 May 2012 19:39:20 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


If the daughter of a priest becomes a sex care worker, she gets put to

death by being burned alive. Leviticus 21:9.


Haahaahaa. That's a levitical priest.


Chuckles the clown thinks it's funny.


Joe Bruno wrote: On Wednesday, May 2, 2012 4:56:16 PM UTC-7, Samuel Harrigon wrote:


Anyone saying that they are still atheist is in denial. But by lying,

you are breaking one of the Ten Commandments.


Not necessarily.Many Jewish and even some Christian scholars agree that the Ten Commandment's prohibition on falsehoods applies only to statements made under oath, like as a witness at a trial.

REV 21:27 And there shall in no wise enter into it [New Jerusalem] any thing that defileth, neither whatsoever worketh abomination, or maketh a lie: but they which are written in the Lamb's book of life.


Lee Curtis wrote:


   Even the UK, which just elected a CONSERVATIVE government?

Conservative in the UK is still practically communist in the US.


chibiabos wrote:


Women say that size doesn't matter

That's a myth. You should hear what we say in the ladies' can.


* US * wrote: On Tue, 01 May 2012 23:52:48 -0600, Dänk 42Ø <dänk@kush.org wrote:


... Refusing to respond to a direct attack on

U.S. soil...


ObL had nothing to do with 9/11, if you consider actual evidence.


Ah yes, the controlled demolition theory, where they brought down the WTC with dynamite because Obama's real birth certificate from Kenya was in there.


Robert Parker wrote:

On Mon, 30 Apr 2012 10:11:45 -0400, Witziges Rätsel <zer@roer.invalid.com> wrote:


On 4/30/2012 7:31 AM, Warhol wrote:

The people in Sodom and Gomorrah were partying and having a good time

till the very last minute >

 Were you there?


Has anyone located the location of Sodom and Gomorrah or even proved they

ever existed.

The Dead Sea was smaller in those days. The ruins could be under water.


duke wrote: On Wed, 02 May 2012 19:28:11 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


trainguard wrote: >

"Let your light so shine before men, that they might see your good

works, and glorify your Father which is in Heaven."

"Beware of practicing your righteousness before men to be noticed by

them; otherwise you have no reward with your Father who is in heaven." >

Which one is it?


It all depends on your intentions.

The Good Intentions Paving Company did the eight-lane superhighway to hell.


Phlip wrote:

No, really! Vorwaerts in German means "Forward", so anyone who says

"Forward", ever, in any context, is a Bolshevik!

'FORWARD!' he cried from the rear, and the front rank died... (Pink Floyd)


Joe Bruno wrote: On Monday, April 30, 2012 12:01:32 PM UTC-7, Joe Bruno wrote:

Chapter 44:Christopher Lee went to see his physician because of chronic sinus congestion, caughing and sneezing.After a battery of tests, the good doctor determined that Lee was allergic to evidence.


I like military music.This one is from Czarist Russia, the home of my ancestors:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=asBX_d1DmD4

Prokofiev - Symphony No. 5 In B Flat Major - Allegro Marcato

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-e0c4GRx4So



Zacharias Mulletstein wrote:



Jesus Christ does not do parlor tricks.

Water into wine? Calming the waves? I really like the one where he stashed money in the mouth of a fish, not even David Copperfield could whip that one out.


Yap wrote: On May 4, 1:29 am, duke <duckgumb...@cox.net wrote: >

We can build, but we can't and DON'T worship statues. Better luck next time,

mikey.


No????

What about bowing and kneeling in front of wooden cross and pray to a

human statue on the cross?


Man is a rationalizing, not rational, animal. Duke will say that's only

  doolia, or superhyperdoolia, not latria.


duke wrote: On Thu, 03 May 2012 05:57:52 -0700, rL@somis.org (• R. L. Measures.) wrote:


In article <uoq4q7l6ql89072p638a0ln6852gfaabb0@4ax.com>, duke <duckgumbo32@cox.net wrote: > On Wed, 02 May 2012 17:42:57 -0700, rL@somis.org (• R. L. Measures.) wrote: >

š• All of 'em supposedly came direct from Jesus but candles got the green

light in the year 320CE and in 593CE we got Purgatory.

So the power was on in 33AD and onward to 320? >

• It was olive-oil lamps in those days.


Gosh durn. I should have thought of that. But are you sure they didn't have

wax then?


Micah 1:4 And the mountains shall be molten under him, and the valleys shall be cleft, as wax before the fire, and as the waters that are poured down a steep place.

But Micah was a prophet, so maybe he was looking at the far future when wax was invented. By bees or something.


duke wrote:


And God does not have MPD because all 3 are in perfect unison with each other.

On the contrary, it is written (Mark 13:32) But of that day and that hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels which are in heaven, neither the Son, but the Father.


duke wrote:


I see. So what are you doing here in a.a.? An attempt at enlightening

non-believers?


Actually, I'm here in alt.recovery.catholicism. What are you doing HERE?


Duke, unless you are a lapsed Catholic again, your presence in alt.recovery.catholicism is diabolical.


duke wrote: On Thu, 03 May 2012 04:09:42 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


duke wrote: >

No, I'm claiming that evidence is evidence, but not necessarily proof. And I

have evidence for the existence of God and you have nothing for evidence that he

doesn't exist.

I have evidence for the existence of Bigfoot (the Patterson film) and

you have nothing for evidence that he doesn't exist.


You compare God's willing our universe into existence with a film??

Yes, both of them have the same status as human art. The former was written by a woman in the court of Rehoboam (the "Yawhist") and the latter was a horror film thinly disguised as a documentary.


• R. L. Measures. wrote:

In article <RpWdneTT1tOgqz7SnZ2dnUVZ_omdnZ2d@giganews.com>, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


duke wrote: >

God's 10 commandments form the basis for all good laws.

Yeah, I love the part about visiting retribution unto the third and

fourth generation. Great fucking law.



    • since the Ten Commandments forbids only the bearing of false witness

against neighbors, general purpose lying is not forbiddden by the

Christian "God". This is damn good thing for TBRCs.


Christian liars might be in for a rude shock. (Revelation 21:8) But the fearful, and unbelieving, and the abominable, and murderers, and whoremongers, and sorcerers, and idolaters, *and all liars*, shall have their part in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone: which is the second death.


duke wrote:



Well, ghosts would be supernatural. But God is not a ghost.

I never thought duke would deny the dogma of the Holy Trinity.

2 Cor. 13:14 The grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, and the love of God, and the communion of the Holy Ghost, be with you all. Amen.


hypatiab7 wrote: On Tuesday, May 1, 2012 11:43:08 PM UTC-4, linuxgal wrote: BroilJAB wrote: >

= LinusGirl = Rev HairGone = hundreds of Nyms

Naw, just two Nyms. Teresita and Linuxgal.


Are you the Teresita who was in alt.atheism years ago?

One and the same. Plonk away.


duke wrote: On Thu, 03 May 2012 17:48:31 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


Tracey12 wrote:

I guess we can say that Obama has brought us "change" since shortly

after the election, America crashed.

And now I have forty-seven cents to my name. Yep, he brought us change.


Don't blame me. I voted for McCain/Palin.

If Grampy McSame got in there, we'd be in Iran and Asscrackistan until the 22nd Century. I'll give Obama credit for getting out of Iran and setting a timeline for getting out of the other shithole.


Chimpy McBama wrote:

  Was Hillary pig out partying again with her lesbian pals?

You say "partying" like that's a bad thing.


Robert Westergrom,1900 Harvey rd.,Wilmington,D.E wrote: On May 3, 7:46 pm, linuxgal <linux...@cleanposts.com wrote: Alan Ferris wrote:

He stopped Palin being Vice President.

Actually, Katie Couric did. Palin is so dumb, *Katie Couric* made her

look stupid.


No.Couric,like you, is an arrogant.far left snob.

I'm left on social issues, like marriage equality. I'm right on fiscal issues, such as limiting government spending to actual revenues. On foreign policy issues I'm isolationist.


NoBody wrote:

On Thu, 03 May 2012 17:36:34 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com> wrote: >

US government debt grew $4.33 trillion larger under Bush.


And how much higher is it under Obama again?

Two wrongs don't make a right, but three left turns do.


hypatiab7 wrote: On Saturday, April 28, 2012 10:33:13 PM UTC-4, Doc Smartass wrote:

J <jdyoung1@ymail.com wrote in news:5jcabe.4em.17.1@news.alt.net: >

Subject: Teen banned from prom over Confederate flag dress

She was wearing the wrong flag. The proper final design of the Confederate

flag is a white rectangle. >

I wonder how many of the racist trolls didn't figure out that you meant

a flag of truce. I can see them sitting there going, "Huh? What white

rectangle?"

US Grant:

"When the white flag was put out by Lee, as already described, I was in this way moving towards Appomattox Court House, and consequently could not be communicated with immediately, and be informed of what Lee had done. Lee, therefore, sent a flag to the rear to advise Meade and one to the front to Sheridan, saying that he had sent a message to me for the purpose of having a meeting to consult about the surrender of his army, and asked for a suspension of hostilities until I could be communicated with."


2966 Dead wrote:

On Mon, 30 Apr 2012 20:44:03 -0700, In a very dark China Blue, China Blue condition. wrote:


In article <M6GdnW3tVYN5xwLSnZ2dnUVZ_j-dnZ2d@giganews.com>,

David Hartung <david@hotmaiil.com

wrote: >

Zepp, check your history. The USA has survived for over 200 years


You remind me of the man falling off the Empire State Building who

concludes that because he's fallen 90 stories without any damage, he's

going to be fine.

Wow, so Obama saved us just in the nick of time, eh? That justifies the unread bill big enough to stun an ox.


raven1 wrote:

On Mon, 30 Apr 2012 11:12:15 -0700, Gutless Umbrella Carrying Sissy <taustinca@gmail.com wrote: >

You cannot prove that. If a diety can cerate the entire univers, he

could certainly create it 4 billion years old, with all the evidence

of the past in place.


Which would make God a deceiver. Interesting theology there.

And Paul in Romans 1:20 says you can determine the nature of God by observing creation. So if observe a lie, that makes God a liar.


Richard Steel wrote:

“I’ve had the great honor of serving in the company of heroes and you

know one thing about heroes? They don’t brag.”

                             Senator John McCain


Sounds like he's bragging about serving with heroes.


No, McCain has chastised Obama for taking credit for killing bin

Laden.


That's after blaming Obama for killing Khaddafi.


Jason wrote:



What sedimentary layer are you referring to?



The limestone that makes up most of Kansas City.


Jason wrote:

In article <GdmdncByGN506APSnZ2dnUVZ_oidnZ2d@giganews.com>, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


Jason wrote: >

Life in those days was like being outside in the day time during a major

rain storm or snow storm. The sky is covered with thick clouds but it's

not DARK outside.

Then what was the point of making the stars on day four if no one could

see them? >

Gen 1:14 And God said, Let there be lights in the firmament of the

heaven to divide the day from the night; and let them be for signs, and

for seasons, and for days, and years.


God knew that mankind would eventually be able to easily see the stars.

He made them to be signs in the heavens BEFORE the flood. This is because the Hebrew cosmology that you are trying to preach as truth has the sky as a metal shell that has water above it, and stars embedded in this ceiling, as depicted in my little drawing here.

http://www.cleanposts.com/images/6/67/Firm2.png


Jason wrote:

>

If the earth was 85 to 90% covered with water--the canopy would not need

to have been very thick.



That makes your problem worse on the back end. The Earth is now 71% water. That means you need to explain where that much more water ran off to. Evaporation will account for one inch of the 5.5 miles.


Jason wrote:


We also don't know if the oceans contained MORE water than the oceans

presently contain. Let's say that about 80 to 90% of the world was covered

with water prior to the flood. That means the canopy would not have had to

be very thick.


If 90% of the world was covered with water prior to the flood, then the city of Jericho, the oldest city in the world, would not have been inhabited until 2507 BCE, contrary to the archaelogical evidence which indicates continuous habitation going back to 9,000 BCE.



Richard Steel wrote:


What area of freedom does the Left support, no questions asked?


Abortion, porn, plentiful birth control.

Open borders, full US civil rights for foreign terrorists, and the right to help yourself to other people's property, so long as they have more of it than you do.


Kurt@Click.com wrote:

On Mon, 30 Apr 2012 04:08:02 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com> wrote:


Cash for Clunkers was intended to stimulate the economy,


Must have worked...


The Auto Industry is again thriving


Right?

Only if you think the New Deal, and not the WWII armaments industry, got America out of the Great Depression.


Sid9 wrote:


Racism comes ahead of the welfare of Americans in the eyes of the

Republican Senate leader

The OJ trial proved that the charge of racism trumps the charge of double homicide in this country.


Peter Franks wrote:


Compare with Obama. He prefers to use the word "I", as in "I

accomplished this or that". Watch Obama's bin Laden announcement and

you will see what I mean.

Barack Obama is so conceited, when he has an orgasm, he calls out his OWN name. But if Obama lied about being the author of his "autobiography" why should we take him at his word that he was born in the US?


SaPeIsMa wrote:


"raven1" <quoththeraven@nevermore.com wrote in message

news:0768q71s8n1thnb4jh31d0uimbgg61hiop@4ax.com...

On Fri, 4 May 2012 04:00:52 -0700 (PDT), arah <drjanejones@gmail.com> wrote: >

WHAT IS YOUR PURPOSE OF YOUR LIVE? >

To convert beer into urine. >


As long as it's good beer..



In heaven there is no beer.

That's why we drink it here.


tirebiter wrote:


Why are you unable to comprehend the term "PEER REVIEW"?

Jason thinks PEER refers to a bunch of scientists pissing on ICR papers.

 Which would be true if ICR published papers.


Richard Steel wrote:

United States President Barack Obama and the Dalai Lama are the world's

two most popular leaders according to the results of a Radio France

International and France 24 "world leaders barometer", published Friday.


How's the hurt the GOP, exactly?


Point. Yet another poll showing Obama blows your Banksta & his Ponzi

Schemes out of the water. No effect whatsoever.


Go ahead and complain Europeans can't vote for him. You'll feel better.


Do you know that the ACTUAL unemployment rate is at it's highest level

in 30 years, and is thisclose to being the worse since the Great

Depression. But the French love Barry.


They also love Jerry Lewis, so go figure.


John Baker wrote:

On Fri, 4 May 2012 05:49:37 -0700 (PDT), Project Zone <emarketing412@gmail.com wrote:


http://atips4pc.blogspot.com/2012/04/top-firefox-tips-and-tricks.html



Firefox 3? A bit behind the times, aren't we?

I can't run anything past Firefox 2 on my Win98 box. Have to use Opera.


Mike Smith wrote:


Libtards and their delusional fantasies are hilariously stupid.


Living on the Left Coast is like living in a bowl of granola. What ain't fruits and nuts is flakes. To liberals the only environmentally correct human being is a dead one. The liberal version of free speech is they don't tax it. They protect animals, trees, terrorists, and murderers while killing babies, rights, traditions, freedom, and jobs.




Robert Westergrom,1900 Harvey rd.,Wilmington,D.E wrote: On May 4, 10:23 am, gfn <gfn...@gmail.com wrote:

Just sayin'...


Irony? No,I think they planned it that way. I mean after all,Obama has

adopted the Marxist slogan "Forward" for his campaign slogan.

As in the Great Leap.


BeamMeUpScotty wrote:



Romney is just one more cog in the wheel of EQUAL JUSTICE, soon we will

get America back to living by the constitution as the Nation was founded.


Counting blacks as 3/5ths of a person....


HVAC wrote:


One one hand we are promised an eternity of joy.

On the other hand we are offered an eternity of torment and agony.

Both are broken promises. You get nothing, and the clock runs out to infinity.


Mike Lovell wrote: On 2012-05-04, Christopher A Lee <calee@optonline.net wrote:

Erm, Win98 box and your name is "linuxgal"??

Some people have both.


I can't think of many reasons to use Windows 98. Especially not for

browsing!


She should change her name to:


"linuxandoldoldwindowsgal"


I was trying to get online with Windows 3.1 for a while, but I had to give up. Win98SE is the oldest OS that gets me online. The there's only four system processes running besides my user apps and the whole thing, 500 mB, can get backed up to a stick. Try doing that with XP.


Jason wrote:

In article <4MydnVTXsYLRujnSnZ2dnUVZ_vmdnZ2d@giganews.com>, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


Jason wrote:

>

If the earth was 85 to 90% covered with water--the canopy would not need

to have been very thick. > >

That makes your problem worse on the back end. The Earth is now 71%

water. That means you need to explain where that much more water ran

off to. Evaporation will account for one inch of the 5.5 miles.


God may have used a miracle to relocate the excess water into outer space

or onto another planet.



That's cheating, Jason. That's like digging into the Monopoly bank to pay your rent.


Mike Lovell wrote: On 2012-05-04, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:

Firefox 3? A bit behind the times, aren't we?

I can't run anything past Firefox 2 on my Win98 box. Have to use Opera.


Erm, Win98 box and your name is "linuxgal"??

It's a hobby. Windows 98 on a computer that was manufactured in the XP era. That's not so easy. Need gparted to prep the HD, for starters.


duke wrote: On Thu, 03 May 2012 18:50:36 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


duke wrote: On Wed, 02 May 2012 19:39:20 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote: >

If the daughter of a priest becomes a sex care worker, she gets put to

death by being burned alive. Leviticus 21:9.

Haahaahaa. That's a levitical priest.


Chuckles the clown thinks it's funny.


Do you understand the difference?

Yeah, being burned alive creates far more suffering that being burned post-mortem. Still no laughing matter, any way you look at it.


duke wrote: On Thu, 03 May 2012 18:49:27 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


duke wrote: >

God's 10 commandments form the basis for all good laws.

Yeah, I love the part about visiting retribution unto the third and

fourth generation. Great fucking law.


That's not part of the 10 commandments.

I forgot, Duke is a Roman Catholic, hence Biblically-challenged.

Exodus 20:5 Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them: for I the LORD thy God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate me.


Mitchell Holman wrote:



 "I believe in the idea of amnesty.."

Ronald Reagan, granting amnesty to illegal immigrants, 1986


Yeah, he also believed in the idea of astrology too. The fallacy of the appeal to authority works going out and coming back.


Dick Steele wrote:


The US greenback lasts an average of 18 months, while the Canadian $1

coin is estimated to stay in circulation for up to 30-years. The

cost of circulating US $1 bills must be immense compared to the

Canadian $1 coin, even though the $1 coin is probably more expensive

to produce.

We've tried Susan B. Anthony ones, and Sacagawea ones, and Xena: Warrior Princess ones. Americans don't like 'em, and that's that.


rbowman wrote: JohnJohnsn wrote:


"If you voted for Obama in 2008 to prove you're not a racist you'll

have to vote for someone else in 2012 to prove you're not stupid!"


Voting for a Mormon RINO isn't going to get you an invitation to Mensa

either.


DENSA is accepting applications.


HVAC wrote: On 5/4/2012 5:49 PM, G=EMC^2 wrote: > >

The universe had a beginning, therefore it is finite. >

-- >

Quantum space quantum gravity,Planck time etc. came before the macro

world. It was a time that imperial thinkers fudge away from. I know

why. Treb+Bert



Bert...No offense, but you don't know shit from Shinola.


The one on the right must be Shinola, Obama is on the Left.


duke wrote: On Fri, 04 May 2012 05:52:52 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


duke wrote: >

I see. So what are you doing here in a.a.? An attempt at enlightening

non-believers?

Actually, I'm here in alt.recovery.catholicism. What are you doing HERE? >

Duke, unless you are a lapsed Catholic again, your presence in

alt.recovery.catholicism is diabolical.


Why? It's all over your head, isn't it.

It's like showing up at Alcoholics Anonymous with a beer hat.


Mike Lovell wrote: On 2012-05-04, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:

I was trying to get online with Windows 3.1 for a while, but I had to

give up. Win98SE is the oldest OS that gets me online. The there's

only four system processes running besides my user apps and the whole

thing, 500 mB, can get backed up to a stick. Try doing that with XP.


Yes but why? Why not linux for getting online?

That's too easy. It's like when JFK said we are going to the moon

  • because* it is hard.


duke wrote: On Fri, 04 May 2012 05:58:56 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


duke wrote: >

Well, ghosts would be supernatural. But God is not a ghost.

I never thought duke would deny the dogma of the Holy Trinity.


I don't.


2 Cor. 13:14 The grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, and the love of God,

and the communion of the Holy Ghost, be with you all. Amen.


Christians call that "Holy Spirit" now. Ghost was not a proper term.

95 references to Holy Ghost in the Douay-Rheimes. If Jimmy Swaggart ain't using that word anymore what's that to Holy Mother Church?


Mike Lovell wrote: On 2012-05-04, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:

[...]

That's too easy. It's like when JFK said we are going to the moon

  • because* it is hard.


I'd not put that one up there as hard!


It would be hard to build your own tiny Linux distro that only runs

the browser you want and nothing more.

Puppy Linux allows you to remaster your own Live CD from the persistent save file so that your current setup comes up as the default baseline, and you start again. I did this a number of times, incrementally adding many apps from the Debian repository (not easy, Puppy has no package manager, so it's dependency hell, shades of 2003 all over again). I called it Hacky Linux, and was up to ver 1.3, but it required 2 GB of RAM to load, and my main computer crapped out, and I bounced down to recycled $30 ones with 256 MB of RAM and shit, so I had to revert to Hacky 0.7 and start over.


duke wrote:

On Fri, 4 May 2012 02:41:07 -0700 (PDT), hypatiab7 <hypatiab7@comcast.net> wrote:


On Thursday, May 3, 2012 11:02:30 AM UTC-4, BroilJAB wrote:

Today all of America celebrates a

National Day of Prayer. If you are an

atheist, consider leaving before we

deport you.

Today all atheists, agnostics, Humanists and Freethinkers

celebrate the Day of Reason. Jabbers wannabes aren't invited.


We're hanging with God today.


Cursed is every one that hangeth on a tree.


duke wrote: On Wed, 2 May 2012 13:35:33 -0700 (PDT), SkyEyes <skyeyes9@cox.net wrote:


On May 2, 1:22 pm, duke <duckgumb...@cox.net wrote: On Wed, 02 May 2012 16:11:02 -0300, John Manning <jrobe...@terra.com.br wrote: >

President Bush - Mission Accomplished >

Buckwheat - I got OBL.

You're a stinking racist pig, Puke.


I think buckwheat is trying to take credit for being on the helicopter.

Remember, it was President Bush that put the order in place authorizing the

takedown of an individual.

That would have been a relief to Yamamoto, to know the order authorizing the takedown of an individual was half a century in his future.


Alan Ferris wrote:

On Fri, 04 May 2012 05:52:52 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com> wrote:


duke wrote: >

I see. So what are you doing here in a.a.? An attempt at enlightening

non-believers?

Actually, I'm here in alt.recovery.catholicism. What are you doing HERE? >

Duke, unless you are a lapsed Catholic again, your presence in

alt.recovery.catholicism is diabolical.


So a priest kept telling him. He even lied to his own priest when he

said he would leave

Thanks for the information, Padre.

Romans 14:21 It is good neither to eat flesh, nor to drink wine, nor any thing whereby thy brother stumbleth, or is offended, or is made weak.


David Hartung wrote: On 05/04/2012 06:24 PM, MattB wrote:

On Fri, 4 May 2012 23:14:47 +0000 (UTC), 2966 Dead<dead@gone.com> wrote:


By exposing you for the hateful ideological crackpot that you are? >

   Yes saying that people should be treated as equals and with respect

to you was "hateful ideological" thinking.


Have you ever noticed that one of the stock insults of Usenet leftists

is to accuse people of being "hateful"?

Your labelism and tendency to make sweeping generalizations are symptoms of your hatefulness.  :p


Ben Kaufman wrote: On Wed, 02 May 2012 17:25:15 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


Ben Kaufman wrote:

The reason for kosher was to keep Jews out of the cafeteria, to prevent

fraternization with non-Jews during one of the most common and binding kinds of

socialization, over a meal.

And why was fraternization with non-Jews undesirable? Might marry one,

and then the kids won't keep kosher. Sounds like a big crazy wheel.


Yes, fear of assimilation.

"Isn't there any other part of the matzoh they can cook?" - M. Monroe


Mike Lovell wrote:


2GB to load?? I've got Debian VM's (standard install) running on

256MB RAM and less doing fine.

Puppy runs entirely in RAM, the whole OS, and I crossed over the 1GB barrier.


Andrew W wrote:



Try using a flash drive with Win98 and see what happens.

Without drivers it doesn't work and they don't come with drivers any more.

That was one of the first things I did, installed drivers for flash drives. Win98SE will even pick up my USB external 500 MB hard drive, but I've partitioned it into four pieces, which show up as drives H, I, J, and K.


BroilJAB wrote:

The Shroud now confirmed by latest

science techniques, hi tech lasers.

I think you should do some more confirmation, at least until the whole shroud is burned down to the size of a scapular.


duke wrote: On Sun, 29 Apr 2012 07:12:22 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


and we see

Catholics genuflecting to the crucifix over the altar, with its graven

image of Christ, and also to a graven image of Mary in the Marian

alcove, every Sunday.


Nope, you don't know what you're seeing.


Priest caught in the act of boy butt sex: "This isn't what it looks like."


duke wrote: On Sun, 29 Apr 2012 07:32:40 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


duke wrote:

Awwww, lg. Don't you get it? That's an inspirational message that God never

lies, and that false prophesies really don't come from God in the first place

but rather satan, or whatever the Jews called him.

Not Satan, but God: >

2 Thessalonians 2:11 >

For this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should

believe a lie.


2 Thessalonians 2:12 (New International Version)

12 and so that all will be condemned who have not believed the truth but have

delighted in wickedness.


Please tell me you don't worship Strong's. You do.

Please tell me you didn't post the verse FOLLOWING 2 Thess 2:11 from a DIFFERENT version as your rebuttal.


duke wrote:


To profess that Acts 5 definitely occurred before Acts 10 is foolish to say

without the text providing historical reference, or something that can reveal a

definite this before that.

But I was talking about Acts 2, which definitely came before Acts 5, because it refers to the replacement of Judas by Matthias, which was something that had to be done immediately after the ascension.


Steve wrote:

On Fri, 04 May 2012 18:32:10 -0500, David Hartung <david@hotmaiil.com> wrote:


On 05/04/2012 06:24 PM, MattB wrote:

On Fri, 4 May 2012 23:14:47 +0000 (UTC), 2966 Dead<dead@gone.com> wrote:

By exposing you for the hateful ideological crackpot that you are?

   Yes saying that people should be treated as equals and with respect

to you was "hateful ideological" thinking.

Have you ever noticed that one of the stock insults of Usenet leftists

is to accuse people of being "hateful"?


Lefties can't have you being "hateful" when they're trying to pick

your pocket.

The Obama economic plan is to get everyone in a circle, then they reach into the pocket of the person in front and take their wallet.


Mike Lovell wrote: On 2012-05-04, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:

2GB to load?? I've got Debian VM's (standard install) running on

256MB RAM and less doing fine.

Puppy runs entirely in RAM, the whole OS, and I crossed over the 1GB

barrier.


Hmm, well creating your own problems there then! :-)


Windows 98 certainly doesn't.

I use it to run Mozilla Seamonkey for posting to USENBET, and then I take the cache of my "sent" messages and run it through some filters in GW-Basic to strip the headers and prep it with HTML tags, and I post them online and also print them. I can do the same thing from Linux with DOSEMU or DOSBox, but I also like to go to Goodwill and get old software like Encarta or Office 97 and such for $1.99, and this third party software doesn't always work under WINE.


2966 Dead wrote: On Mon, 30 Apr 2012 13:45:37 -0700, Phlip wrote:


British court orders ISPs to block The Pirate Bay within weeks

And the transponding servers to relay the Bay around the block were set

up within minutes...


I would imagine that sales of "ISP in a Box" were brisk, too.

I just hope the torrents don't migrate to USENET, especially if it happens in September.


duke wrote: On Sun, 29 Apr 2012 09:39:16 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


duke wrote: On Sat, 28 Apr 2012 05:15:50 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


Actually, I'm Taoist.

No wonder your suggestion of running rings around me re scripture is just so

much hot air.

And yet I continue to do it, even today.


But no reflection on your part what you're seeing.

Oh it's reflecting all right. The passage about a floating axe head just bounced right off.


Brian E. Clark wrote:

In article <sMudnT68mejxdQbSnZ2dnUVZ_jydnZ2d@giganews.com>,

linuxgal@cleanposts.com says...


Chitty Chitty Bang Bang used a blue screen,

but sometimes the blue glare bled over onto the car and you got telltale

artifacts.


That was just Dick Van Dyke's enthusiasm leaking out all

over the place.


(But what did they expect, when they paired him with a babe

and named her character "Truly Scrumptious," as if it were

Bond movie instead of a kid's film?)

Maybe Dick Van "Dyke" should have been paired with Pussy Galore, who said she was "immune" to 007's masculine charms.


Richard Steel wrote:

The Communists, societies which forbid members of the ruling class

>from expressing any support of religion, murdered 100,000,000 innocent

people.


Exactly. THe communists were the epitome of ruthless conservative

rightwing ideologues.


No, the Communists are/were Leftist, Atheist, Socialists. They are/

were the Gold Standard of Leftism.

Obama administration officials and been caught and forced to resign for openly Communist views. Anita Dunn and Van Jones come to mind. I only wonder how many more there are. Is it any wonder why an ornament on the Obama Christmas tree at the White House showed the figure of Mao Zedong?


Salty Stan wrote: On Monday, April 30, 2012 7:36:29 AM UTC-4, duke wrote: On Sun, 29 Apr 2012 14:13:26 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote: > John Baker wrote: >

I *have* listened to the other side, Sport. There's nothing there. You

might as well try to reason with a brick. >

Liberals aren't totally worthless - they can still serve as a bad

example. But it's no use giving them a lobotomy, there's nothing to cut.


Inside every liberal there's a (more intelligent) conservative trying to get out.

Conservatives are Right-Wing, Liberals are Wrong-Wing. Conservatism teaches that man how to fish and feed himself for a lifetime. Liberalism gives a hungry man one of your fish for a day.



wy wrote: On Apr 30, 4:43 pm, Salty Stan <wsjames...@gmail.com wrote: On Monday, April 30, 2012 7:36:29 AM UTC-4, duke wrote: On Sun, 29 Apr 2012 14:13:26 -0700, linuxgal <linux...@cleanposts.com wrote: John Baker wrote:

I *have* listened to the other side, Sport. There's nothing there. You

might as well try to reason with a brick.

Liberals aren't totally worthless - they can still serve as a bad

example. But it's no use giving them a lobotomy, there's nothing to cut.

Inside every liberal there's a (more intelligent) conservative trying to get out.


Hmm. More intelligent conservatives reside within liberals? I guess

that's what makes liberals ... liberals, then.

Light travels faster than sound. This is why liberals appear bright until you hear them speak.


BroilJAB wrote:

Twenty years back, Evolutionists claimed they

had found a tree '200 million years old'. Next it

was tried to actually sell seedlings. But in only

a couple years, there were NO folks gullible

enough to spend money for it. And now they

have had to destroy 50,000 of the 'ancient tree'

seedlings, because the public refused to buy it.

Tested and failed: the claims of Evolutionism.

Yeah, reminds me of all the warehouses full of Hal Lindsey's prophetic book, "The 1980s: Countdown to Armageddon". I bigger seller than the Jar Jar Binks action figure.


Don Martin wrote: >

Lexophilia: The tendency to become sexually aroused by long and unusual

words...


Wouldn't that be lexodisiac? (Pardon me while I take a cold shower.)


I'm bringing lexy back.


Möebius Pretzel wrote:

GPS Shows Polar Bears Can Swim 400 Miles Nonstop

But libs will still show us pictures of them "trapped" on one little melting ice floe the size of a driveway.


• R. L. Measures. wrote:



    • We know that in 1079 Pope Gregory VII made the vow of celibacy

mandatory for priests.


That must have sucked, going cold turkey.


John Baker wrote:

On Wed, 25 Apr 2012 19:15:48 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com> wrote:


Brian E. Clark wrote: >

I should qualify my earlier statement by saying that some

of the *early* Disney productions were quite creative, some

of them artistically remarkable. >

Fantasia, 1940, wow.



Parts of it are classic, other parts just silly. Hippos in tutus,

anyone? <G>

Naw, that was trippy. I suppose if you were stoned you would really "get it".


Kickin' Ass and Takin' Names wrote:



On June 7, 2005, the U.S. Congress issued a Concurrent Resolution

calling on the President of the United States to issue a proclamation

calling upon the people of the United States to observe Cinco de Mayo

with appropriate ceremonies and activities. George Bush responded to

the resolution with just such a declaration. Thus, we have GWBush to

thank for Cinco de Mayo.


We also have to put up signs on election day that say ¡VOTE AQUI!


Don Martin wrote: On Sat, 05 May 2012 00:05:30 -0400, Olrik <olrik666@yahoo.com wrote:


What was it about this show that appealed to your daughter?

Diana Rigg. She appeals to all sexes.


Ah, Diana, the ideal Peel.

Who can resist?

http://www.terryburlison.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/queenofsin.jpg


Alex W. wrote:


Never mind that -- I would like to see some supporting evidence

that the bible is inerrant, particularly in light of the fact

that the Jews, who, after all, wrote the Old Tesament, believe no

such thing and never have.

Psalm 19:7 The law of the LORD is perfect, converting the soul: the testimony of the LORD is sure, making wise the simple.

But Joseph Smith Jr. said the Book of Mormon is the most correct book on earth.


Mitchell Holman wrote:

Jason@nospam.com (Jason) wrote in

news:Jason-0405122323390001@66-53-210-157.lsan.mdsg-pacwest.com:



Regardless, I believe Noah's Flood happened. When I get to heaven, I

will spend a lot of time of time with Noah and ask him all about

Noah's Flood.



   How could Noah be in heaven if he never accepted

Jesus as his savior, as the Bible requires?


The Mormons already baptized Noah post-mortem so he's good to go.


duke wrote:


Now, you must understand, which you can't do using strong's, is that God

inspires but man puts pencil to paper. Hence we see our all-loving God "causing

others to be deluded" so as to reveal their wickedness.

That's a divine case of blaming the victim. That's like a rapist saying he raped those women to show them the error of wearing their short skirts.


duke wrote: On Fri, 04 May 2012 14:57:57 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


duke wrote: >

Do you understand the difference?

Yeah, being burned alive creates far more suffering that being burned

post-mortem. Still no laughing matter, any way you look at it.


I'm a Christian. God does not concur. Now watch her response.


Ezekiel 18:32 For I have no pleasure in the death of him that dieth, saith the Lord GOD: wherefore turn yourselves, and live ye.


duke wrote:


  1. 3 - Sunday is universally the day from work for all faiths and atheists.

Somebody better tell the State of Israel.


duke wrote: On Fri, 04 May 2012 14:59:26 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


I forgot, Duke is a Roman Catholic, hence Biblically-challenged.


No faith knows the bible, especially the NT, and with special attention to the 4

Gospels revealing Jesus' words and teaching, better than the RCC.

When a man sells his daughter as a slave, she will not be freed at the end of six years as the men are. If she does not please the man who bought her, he may allow her to be bought back again. But he is not allowed to sell her to foreigners, since he is the one who broke the contract with her. And if the slave girl's owner arranges for her to marry his son, he may no longer treat her as a slave girl, but he must treat her as his daughter. If he himself marries her and then takes another wife, he may not reduce her food or clothing or fail to sleep with her as his wife. If he fails in any of these three ways, she may leave as a free woman without making any payment.

(Exodus 21:7-11 NLT)


duke wrote:


The 10 commandments guide mankind and are thus reflected in their individual

laws.

Exodus 20:3

Thou shalt have no other gods before me.

First Amendment:

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion.


anon wrote:

The Navy Seals took out one threat to the United States.

It is up to the voters to take out the other one....



I am the great and powerful Obama of Oz. Ignore the man behind the voting curtain!


duke wrote: On Fri, 04 May 2012 06:04:12 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


If Grampy McSame got in there, we'd be in Iran and Asscrackistan until

the 22nd Century. I'll give Obama credit for getting out of Iran and

setting a timeline for getting out of the other shithole.


Maybe we should give volunteer soldiers a doll to play with.

Maybe we should station them on the border and give them something more important to do than run around Kabul in HMMVs' getting their balls shot off.


duke wrote: On Fri, 04 May 2012 09:23:34 -0700, rL@somis.org (• R. L. Measures.) wrote:


In article <NP2dnRJuhMNeTT7SnZ2dnUVZ_qSdnZ2d@giganews.com>, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote: > duke wrote: >

And God does not have MPD because all 3 are in perfect unison with each

other.

On the contrary, it is written (Mark 13:32) But of that day and that

hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels which are in heaven, neither the

Son, but the Father.

    • Bulls-eye. Catholic doctrine does not fare well under close examination.


It's a matter of 100% perfect unison with each other.

Jesus said the date of the end of the world was classified Eyes Only by the Father, so they are NOT in 100% unison.


duke wrote: On Fri, 04 May 2012 05:48:44 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


duke wrote: >

And God does not have MPD because all 3 are in perfect unison with each other.

On the contrary, it is written (Mark 13:32) But of that day and that

hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels which are in heaven, neither the

Son, but the Father.


Jesus was fully a man. I thought you knew that.

The key phrase there is "neither the Son". I know the citation is written in Early Modern English but do try to keep up.


Andrew W wrote: >

Win98? Bahaha.

They've released some newer versions of windows since then in case you

didn't know.

This is the 21st century now.

I have DOS 7.1, FreeDOS, Win 3.1, Win 3.11, Win 98, Win 98SE, XP, and Windows 7. I don't run DOS 4.0, Windows ME, or Vista. I have Ubuntu 10.04, assorted multimedia "studio" versions of Ubuntu and Puppy, various versions of Knoppix on CD and DVD, and Puppy 4.3. I I run Open Solaris in Virtual Box. I have run probably every 'stro except Gentoo. I know everything there is to know about the Windows that never was, Digital Research's GEM

http://dragonthorn.wikidot.com/gem



Bert Hyman wrote:


Asking for proof is sin.

That's a neat trick. You have no evidence, so you make the act of requesting evidence a sin.


Patrick wrote:

"linuxgal" <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote in message

news:sY6dnf0t-rrSpjjSnZ2dnUVZ_qGdnZ2d@giganews.com... duke wrote:

On Fri, 04 May 2012 05:48:44 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com

wrote: > duke wrote: >

And God does not have MPD because all 3 are in perfect unison with each

other.

On the contrary, it is written (Mark 13:32) But of that day and that

hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels which are in heaven, neither the

Son, but the Father.

Jesus was fully a man. I thought you knew that.

The key phrase there is "neither the Son". I know the citation is written

in Early Modern English but do try to keep up.


YEAH.....

God, the FATHER, is the real boss.

Just so we agree the Son is not in perfect unison with the Father. Dad would go, "Okay, this is the big day!" and Son would go, "Okay, I'll pinch it off but I really could have used a head's up."


MarkA wrote:


Yes! It would be GREAT if a liberal or progressive were running for

President. But, it looks like Obama is the best we can hope for for the

next four years.


If Obama is the answer, it must have been a really stupid question.


duke wrote: On Fri, 04 May 2012 18:08:40 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


duke wrote: >

But no reflection on your part what you're seeing.

>

Oh it's reflecting all right. The passage about a floating axe head

just bounced right off.


Whatever that means.

2 Kings 6:

[4] So he went with them. And when they came to Jordan, they cut down wood.

[5] But as one was felling a beam, the axe head fell into the water: and he cried, and said, Alas, master! for it was borrowed.

[6] And the man of God said, Where fell it? And he shewed him the place. And he cut down a stick, and cast it in thither; and the iron did swim.


saturn_115@yahoo.com wrote:

Believe in Jesus, the son of the God, who died on cross for our sins. God wants that the one who believe in His son, Jesus, would have eternal life in paradise after death. I can assure that He is real because of my experience and if you believe in Him,

you will feel better.

I believe in Pepto Bismol. Drink it straight from the bottle, and it makes me feel better.


Olrik wrote:

Le 2012-05-04 07:00, arah a écrit :

WHAT IS YOUR PURPOSE OF YOUR LIVE?


Making love.

Eating bacon.

Drinking wine.

To crush your enemies. To see them driven before you. To hear the lamentation of their women.


Olrik wrote:

Le 2012-05-04 17:31, linuxgal a écrit : Mike Smith wrote: >

Libtards and their delusional fantasies are hilariously stupid. > >

Living on the Left Coast is like living in a bowl of granola. What ain't

fruits and nuts is flakes. To liberals the only environmentally correct

human being is a dead one. The liberal version of free speech is they

don't tax it. They protect animals, trees, terrorists, and murderers

while killing babies, rights, traditions, freedom, and jobs.


It must be awful. It sounds like you could seek political asylum in a

better country. I wish you well.

Galt's Gulch.


Rick Perry wrote:

I can contribute about $1,000, if in return I receive one of Ann

Romney's T-shirts of equal value.

How much for one of her panties?


Ramon F. Herrera wrote:



"If current Hispanic voting and demographic trends continue (*), as

early as 2020 the Republican party will be unable to get enough

electoral college votes to win another presidential election EVER"


That's not how Tao rolls. In prison there is only one gender, but they still spontaneously divide along male-female principles. Take away the GOP and the Democratic Party will divide between left and right and we'll be right back in the same situation again.


J wrote:


If they want to be teated like everyone else, they should stop demanding

'special' rights.

Yeah, dern gays, demanding not to be bashed. The nerve!


King Barack wrote:

US should return stolen land to Indian tribes, says United Nations

Let's start with Manhattan Island. Move the UN building to Somalia or some shit.


Dänk 42Ø wrote:


"President Hugo Chavez stepped up his control of the Venezuelan economy

today as a new price regulation law came into effect that allows his

government to set price caps on as many as 15,000 goods."

Everyone will clear the shelves of the shit that has price controls and resell it on the black market at the real price. Always happens.


Free Lunch wrote:


Jason hates facts. He celebrates his own ignorance. He will always tell

a lie if that allows him to keep preaching his own special doctrines of

the right-wing, Jesus-hating fake Christianity that is his religion.

I preach special doctrines of right-wing Lao Tzu-hating fake Taoism.


Jeanne Douglas wrote:

In article <Uergil-CDF147.23391104052012@bignews.usenetmonster.com>,

Uergil <Uergil@uer.net

wrote:

>

That violates the principles of Judaism and Christianity and Islam, so

just which alleged god does Liarboi Broiljab actually allege?


Obviously, it's Satan.


That Church Lady skit is so 1991.


Alan Ferris wrote: On Sat, 05 May 2012 13:15:50 -0500, duke <duckgumbo32@cox.net wrote:


Sure I do. We Christians have a reason for Sunday. Jews have no reason for

Saturday.


Except the commandment given to them by God.


Jews have written authorization for Saturday. All Duke has is oral tradition for Sunday.


SaPeIsMa wrote:


"linuxgal" <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote in message

news:gaqdnQZLQP6E0TjSnZ2dnUVZ_sudnZ2d@giganews.com... Olrik wrote:

Le 2012-05-04 07:00, arah a écrit :

WHAT IS YOUR PURPOSE OF YOUR LIVE? >

Making love.

Eating bacon.

Drinking wine. >

To crush your enemies.

To see them driven before you.

To hear the lamentation of their women.


Don't know about you.

But I much prefer their cries of joy at being freed and subsequently

rewarding you for their freedom..

I thought somebody would get the reference to Conan the Barbarian by now.


John Baker wrote:

On Sat, 05 May 2012 08:15:57 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com> wrote:


MarkA wrote: >

Yes! It would be GREAT if a liberal or progressive were running for

President. But, it looks like Obama is the best we can hope for for the

next four years. >

If Obama is the answer, it must have been a really stupid question.


<PLONK!>

You can't plonk me. I'm plonking you!



L. Raymond wrote: raven1 wrote: Syd M. wrote:


He seems to be a fifteen year old.

All Randroids come off that way.


Well, you are talking about a guy who kept a straight face when calling

the civil war "the war to prevent southern independence".

It was the war to get the rednecks and peckerwoods to stop whipping black people.


Jason wrote:

>

The flood stories mentioned in the Old Testament. I don't recall two

different flood stories--what scriptures are you referring to?


Genesis 7:2-3 Of every clean beast thou shalt take to thee by sevens, the male and his female: and of beasts that are not clean by two, the male and his female. Of fowls also of the air by sevens, the male and the female; to keep seed alive upon the face of all the earth.

This is where God amends his original commandment for Noah to gather animals by twos. Now he wants clean animals and birds to be loaded into the ark by sevens. This is a problem because as St. Paul says much later, no animal is unclean in itself. But there are animals which are ritually unclean according to the Levitical laws, which come much later than Noah. Clearly, what we have with this sudden obsession with sevens and ritual purity is a retelling of the Noah story by the post-Exilic priesthood, and sometimes the seams between the original source material still shows.



Barry OGrady wrote:

On Sat, 05 May 2012 08:12:45 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com> wrote:


Bert Hyman wrote:

Asking for proof is sin.

That's a neat trick. You have no evidence, so you make the act of

requesting evidence a sin.


The only way to avoid sin is to not be a Christian.

Sin is the violation of a religious rule. I have no religion.


Marvin the Martian wrote: On Sun, 29 Apr 2012 02:39:49 -0700, Devils Advocaat wrote:


On Apr 29, 10:07 am, BroilJAB <DesignDen...@wmconnect.com wrote:

Shades of 1968 and Hulbert Humperdick when the Democrats melted down. A

young woman was hustled from the auditorium after asking, "What sort of

animal are you: killing, eating dogs?" She then compared Obama to

dogkiller Michael Vick and was billyclubbed by Obama's SS handlers.

I guess that young woman isn't well read or well travelled.


Not well traveled like Obama, who's been to 57 states with two more to

visit.

57 states? Extras are Kenya, District of Columbia, State of Confusion, Hymietown, Police State, State of Denial, and the Vampire State.


tirebiter wrote: On May 5, 2:08 pm, Ja...@nospam.com (Jason) wrote:

>

Why do some sites claim that a global flood took place in Egypt?


A " global flood took place in Egypt"?!? That maybe the most

nonsensical thing you've ever posted. Are you going for a new record

before you run off like the coward you are?


Global floods can ONLY take place GLOBALLY you idiot.

I dunno, there's a web site that says global warming is taking place in Greenland.


* US * wrote: On Thu, 03 May 2012 19:46:16 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


  • US * wrote:

On Tue, 01 May 2012 23:52:48 -0600, Dänk 42Ø <dänk@kush.org wrote:

... Refusing to respond to a direct attack on

U.S. soil...

ObL had nothing to do with 9/11, if you consider actual evidence.

Ah yes, the controlled demolition theory, where they brought down the

WTC with dynamite because Obama's real birth certificate from Kenya was

in there.


Ha!


The fact remains that there's no real evidence that

anyone had any purpose in 9/11 but Bush/Cheney.

Gosh, that means Osama bin Laden was an innocent man who was framed. Poor guy.


wy wrote: On May 5, 6:37 am, David Hartung <da...@hotmaiil.com wrote: On 05/05/2012 03:12 AM, Mike Smith wrote: >


Two gay men? What are you, sick? I'm talking about lesbians.

It's funny how evangelicals think homosexuality between men is sick, but homosexuality between women is kind of hot.


wy wrote: On May 5, 7:41 am, Mike Smith <m...@wt.net wrote: >

If you need to blame someone for this basic human characteristic, then

blame God, Mother Earth, Gaia, or the entity of your choice. This is

how humans were created.


Yeah, and whatever materialized out of that creation, including

homosexuality, is also derived from God. Otherwise, it wouldn't

exist. >

Never judge a man by the cover of his porno mags.


MarkA wrote: On Sat, 05 May 2012 08:15:57 -0700, linuxgal wrote:


MarkA wrote: >

Yes! It would be GREAT if a liberal or progressive were running for

President. But, it looks like Obama is the best we can hope for for the

next four years. > >

If Obama is the answer, it must have been a really stupid question.


No, it means the GOP has gone so far down the rabbit hole they can't even

produce a serious candidate for President. We're on the verge of becoming

a ONE party system!

Americans break down left and right. If one party is demolished, like the Whigs, another rises in its place.


Jason wrote:

In article <XnsA04A54B8F82D6nomailcomcastnet@216.196.121.131>, Mitchell Holman <nomailcomcast.net wrote:


Jason@nospam.com (Jason) wrote in

news:Jason-0405122323390001@66-53-210-157.lsan.mdsg-pacwest.com: > >

Regardless, I believe Noah's Flood happened. When I get to heaven, I

will spend a lot of time of time with Noah and ask him all about

Noah's Flood. >

   How could Noah be in heaven if he never accepted

Jesus as his savior, as the Bible requires?


God made exceptions for the Jews mentioned in Old Testament--they were

covered under other covenants. The only one that I remember was the Mosaic

Covenant--related to Moses.

Show me in those OT covenants where God promises eternal life. I won't hold my breath.


duke wrote: On Sat, 05 May 2012 09:03:25 -0700, rL@somis.org (• R. L. Measures.) wrote:


In article <ovaaq7ljgeu9k320gq35hkkvh4ud0rnctg@4ax.com>, Alan Ferris <hairy.ferrit@yahoo.co.uk wrote: > On Sat, 05 May 2012 06:55:31 -0500, duke <duckgumbo32@cox.net wrote: >

  1. 3 - Sunday is universally the day from work for all faiths and atheists.

Poor duke just loves to show how ignorant he is. >

• the shocker is that he doesn't even get what is said in the Big Ten.

Damn, Alan.


Sure I do. We Christians have a reason for Sunday. Jews have no reason for

Saturday.

They got it in writing. All you got is some man-made custom.


duke wrote: On Sat, 05 May 2012 07:00:56 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


>

(Exodus 21:7-11 NLT)


I knew it. You're Jewish, aren't you. That's a clear delineation that you

don't know the difference between old and new testaments..

I told you, I hold to daojia, or philosophical Taoism, as laid down in the Taoteching and Chuang Tzu. Hence my laissez-fair attitude toward economics.


duke wrote: On Sat, 05 May 2012 07:03:02 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


duke wrote:

The 10 commandments guide mankind and are thus reflected in their individual

laws.


Exodus 20:3

Thou shalt have no other gods before me.


First Amendment:

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion.


Nor interfere with the free exercise thereof.

Unless your idea of exercising your religion is to blow up abortion clinics.


David Hartung wrote: >

Even today the default of most civilized people is that homosexuality is

outside the norm. the burden of proof lies with you to prove otherwise.

Left-handedness is also outside the norm, and equally beyond the ability of human beings to choose. We don't have ex-Southpaw ministries anymore.


Jason wrote:


The leaders of South Sudan were recently defeated in a battle. I don't

know why Obama has not sent troops to South Sudan to help them protect

their border. We have done it in Korea--I don't know why we don't do it in

regard to South Sudan.



Short answer: There's no oil there.


Wayne wrote:



"linuxgal" wrote in message

news:B8adnaphFoKj0zjSnZ2dnUVZ_radnZ2d@giganews.com...


J wrote:


If they want to be teated like everyone else, they should stop

demanding 'special' rights.


  1. Yeah, dern gays, demanding not to be bashed. The nerve!


It's against the law to bash anyone. That should be enough...but

noooooooo. Bashing a gay is MUCH more serious. Why?

Because gays are bashed just for BEING gay.


Joe Cool wrote: On May 5, 11:12 am, King Barack <ret...@nc.rr.com wrote:

   Time for the Nation Guard to qwell these animals before they hurt

more people


How come I am not seeing an increase of reports of OWS violence then,

you pathetic clueless babbling fucking asshole moron?

The same way we never have reports of violence from Islamic terrorists.

 All such acts are attributed to "militant youths" or "sectarian 

activists".


MarkA wrote: On Sun, 06 May 2012 08:23:19 +1000, Barry OGrady wrote:


On Sat, 05 May 2012 08:12:45 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com> wrote: > Bert Hyman wrote:

Asking for proof is sin.

That's a neat trick. You have no evidence, so you make the act of

requesting evidence a sin.

The only way to avoid sin is to not be a Christian. >


An interesting game. The only winning move is not to play!


How about a nice game of chess?

It's not atheists but religionists who will blow up the world.


duke wrote: On Sat, 05 May 2012 07:34:19 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


duke wrote: On Fri, 04 May 2012 09:23:34 -0700, rL@somis.org (• R. L. Measures.) wrote: >

In article <NP2dnRJuhMNeTT7SnZ2dnUVZ_qSdnZ2d@giganews.com>, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote: > duke wrote: >

And God does not have MPD because all 3 are in perfect unison with each

other.

On the contrary, it is written (Mark 13:32) But of that day and that

hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels which are in heaven, neither the

Son, but the Father.

    • Bulls-eye. Catholic doctrine does not fare well under close examination.

It's a matter of 100% perfect unison with each other.

Jesus said the date of the end of the world was classified Eyes Only by

the Father, so they are NOT in 100% unison.


Of course they are. Jesus the man didn't know.

Jesus the God didn't talk to Jesus the man? We call that the Nestorian heresy.


duke wrote: On Sat, 05 May 2012 07:35:35 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


duke wrote: On Fri, 04 May 2012 05:48:44 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:

On the contrary, it is written (Mark 13:32) But of that day and that

hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels which are in heaven, neither the

Son, but the Father.

Jesus was fully a man. I thought you knew that.

The key phrase there is "neither the Son". I know the citation is

written in Early Modern English but do try to keep up.

Jesus in the flesh is the "son" of man. You didn't know that?

If Jesus couldn't answer the question about when the end of the world was, then he didn't know. Which means he was not omniscient. Which means that he was not God.


duke wrote: On Sat, 05 May 2012 06:53:39 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


duke wrote: >

Now, you must understand, which you can't do using strong's, is that God

inspires but man puts pencil to paper. Hence we see our all-loving God "causing

others to be deluded" so as to reveal their wickedness.

That's a divine case of blaming the victim. That's like a rapist saying

he raped those women to show them the error of wearing their short skirts.


I know more about the bible than you do. Nobody has ever seen God...

One time God mooned Moses.

Exodus 33:23 And I will take away mine hand, and thou shalt see my back parts: but my face shall not be seen.


duke wrote: On Sat, 05 May 2012 07:25:19 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


duke wrote: On Fri, 04 May 2012 06:04:12 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote: >

If Grampy McSame got in there, we'd be in Iran and Asscrackistan until

the 22nd Century. I'll give Obama credit for getting out of Iran and

setting a timeline for getting out of the other shithole.

Maybe we should give volunteer soldiers a doll to play with.

Maybe we should station them on the border and give them something more

important to do than run around Kabul in HMMVs' getting their balls shot

off.


Maybe we need to stay closely associated with 2 nations that already have nuke

bombs to lose to alqueda.


This is how you fix that, Duke. We announce that if al-Qaeda lights off a nuke, Pakistan, Iran, and North Korea are gone, and we'll straighten out which asshole gave it to them later. That will focus the minds of the leaders of those countries on making sure al-Qaeda does not get a nuke.


Jeanne Douglas wrote:

In article

<e9057e31-71d8-4c87-92de-5d56762ffa6c@vy9g2000pbc.googlegroups.com>,

Yap <hhyapster@gmail.com

wrote: On May 5, 9:44 am, US4ZION <us4z...@gmail.com wrote:



And another thing. Alt.atheism is done. It's over. The horsemen have

arrived.

Horsemen? We are riding rockets now, but of course you are stuck in

the ancient times where you belong.

Lot of horsemen AND rockets five hundred years from now, according to the Firefly television show.


pyotr filipivich wrote:


If "atheism" is the absence of belief, how come it seems that so

many "atheists" are so militantly "evangelical" about getting their

belief that there is no God adopted as part of the culture?

Because the culture that rolls out from the belief that there is a god is dangerous to non-believers.


Wayne wrote:



"linuxgal" wrote in message

news:_Mmdna_EPqqAJTjSnZ2dnUVZ_s2dnZ2d@giganews.com...


Wayne wrote: >

It's against the law to bash anyone. That should be enough...but

noooooooo. Bashing a gay is MUCH more serious. Why?


  1. Because gays are bashed just for BEING gay.


Doesn't make any difference why. But it creates a situation of "special

treatment", much like gay marriage, gay school teaching, etc


You see the difference? Other assaults have a rational cause. The offender might be trying to steal something they have, or force them to do something, or even punish them for a perceived wrong. But bashing gays or black people or Muslims is based not on what the victims do but who they are, which they cannot control. That makes it an irrational attack. Our culture has decided the deterrence against such a thinbg must be greater than for a rational attack.


Amos N. Ande wrote:


Let me see if I'm understanding your position on beater and beaten:

A white man can beat another white man's ass (because he looked

at him the wrong way) in a bar fight and if he's charged at all it

will simply be for assault, no hate involved. But if a white man

does the same thing to a homosexual male for the same reason

HE WILL BE CHARGED WITH A "HATE CRIME" -- Why is that?

The law is currently being mis-applied in the case of the white-on-white violence. A hate crime should apply to all attacks without an objective cause.


Patrick wrote:

"linuxgal" <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote in message

news:4FA5B7B9.6010800@cleanposts.com... duke wrote:

I always love it when an atheist tries to tell me what Jesus never said

in

scripture. I have to milk that at least one time just for funsies.

Somehow I can't see Jesus calling the President of the United States

"Buckwheat".


That is only because Jesus didn't speak English.

And also because Master Je Tzu hated no one.

Luke 6:45 A good man out of the good treasure of his heart bringeth forth that which is good; and an evil man out of the evil treasure of his heart bringeth forth that which is evil: for of the abundance of the heart his mouth speaketh.



casey wrote: On May 6, 6:11 pm, Uergil <Uer...@uer.net wrote:

In article

<6acc34b8-9e88-4576-b3a2-94cf40d58...@l15g2000vbv.googlegroups.com>, >

BroilJAB <DesignDen...@wmconnect.com

wrote: >

Theist liars keep claiming that atheists claim that no gods exist, but

that is false. >

What atheists actually say is merely that they lack faith that any gods

exist.


For me it is simply an lack of verifiable evidence.


All the evidence is it is all made up.

Planting evidence should be a crime.


Jason wrote:


Yes, the Grand Canyon is EVIDENCE of Noah's Flood. Got it?

It's evidence for plate tectonics. The Colorado River makes a hairpin bend in the center of the canyon. Explain how that happened in 4000 years.


duke wrote:

On Sat, 05 May 2012 19:29:09 -0700, Mike Painter <md.painter@sbcglobal.net> wrote:


>

Patrick and Earl grow closer together.


Roman Catholics are like that.

I wish it were otherwise, then there wouldn't be a homosexuality epidemic in the priesthood.


Jason wrote:



Have you visited the Grand Canyon? If not--you should. It's massive. It's

obvious that Noah's Flood and the river both played a role in the

development of the Grand Canyon.

Explain how a river that meanders like the Big Muddy (the Colorado) ended up at the bottom of a mile-deep canyon in 4,000 years. Typically a river running out of uplands runs a straight course.


duke wrote:


God never changes his mind. What he revealed then is valid today. The basic

concept professes "that we love one another as he loves us". How do you think

that can be modified?


St. John Boanerges: "If a man say, I love God, and calleth his President "Buckwheat", he is a liar: for he that loveth not his President whom he hath seen, how can he love God whom he hath not seen?"


Paul Duca wrote: On May 6, 6:47 am, Tracey12 <tracey12em...@gmail.com wrote:


Attention elected idiots: We did not send you to Washington to destroy

our way of life. We want you to run the country with the least amount

of interference in our lives. Security and a balanced budget are what

you need to focus on, so I can distract myself pretending things are better for me.



Of course, all this assumes Tracey can afford a vehicle (or a dog).

At least they're not mandating pet air bags.


Jason wrote:

In article <_MmdnazEPqqrKjjSnZ2dnUVZ_s2dnZ2d@giganews.com>, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


Jason wrote: >

The leaders of South Sudan were recently defeated in a battle. I don't

know why Obama has not sent troops to South Sudan to help them protect

their border. We have done it in Korea--I don't know why we don't do it in

regard to South Sudan. > >

Short answer: There's no oil there.


According to the news report, there was oil in that area.

But the report also says the area is designated as part of North Sudan.

  So there's no oil in SOUTH Sudan.


Jason wrote:


To prevent the deaths and injuries of American soldiers. It's kind of like

nuking two cities in Japan. Was you in favor of nuking two cities in

Japan?

My father was two at the time, and my mother was a newborn. Japan didn't surrender when the cities were nuked (August 6 and 9), but only after Russia joined the allies in the Pacific Theater and defeated Japan in Manchuria by August 20. The Japanese realized the Russians were willing and ready to accept great losses during the planned invasion of their home islands. The surrender took place about a month later.


HVAC wrote: On 5/5/2012 11:49 AM, Samuel Harrigon wrote:

Jesus Christ is a REAL person! HE is HERE! on EARTH!

THe disbelievers will burn in eternal hellfire forever and ever ever

and ever ever ever!

So if you disagree you can go BURN IN HELL



Hell is the place that the 'other' people go.


Welcome to hell. Here's your accordion.


Alex W. wrote: On Sat, 05 May 2012 17:47:37 -0700, Jeanne Douglas wrote:



After all--Joss Whedon is a god!!!!


WORD!


Browncoats rise!

"That makes us big damn heroes, sir."

"Ain't we just!"


Jason wrote:


Yes, I read Genesis over 20 years ago and don't remember everything that I

read in the book of Genesis.



"And the LORD said unto Noah, Come thou and all thy house into the ark; for thee have I seen righteous before me in this generation."

Noah was reckoned by God as righteous, despite the absence of the Mosaic Law by which to measure that righteousness. Thus it is possible for man to please God without the Law of Moses or Christ, because Noah did it.


duke wrote: On Sat, 05 May 2012 16:06:20 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


wy wrote: On May 5, 6:37 am, David Hartung <da...@hotmaiil.com wrote: On 05/05/2012 03:12 AM, Mike Smith wrote: >

Two gay men? What are you, sick? I'm talking about lesbians.


It's funny how evangelicals think homosexuality between men is sick, but

homosexuality between women is kind of hot.


Do you women think like that?

I think the answer can be found by looking at the difference between the two scouting organizations. The Boy Scouts forbid gay and/or atheist scout leaders. The Girl Scouts do not.


King Barack wrote:

  Hillary shouldnt be allowed to be SOS or run for president being so

fat and unhealthy

President Taft was a three hundred pound tub of lard.


Alan Ferris wrote: On Sun, 06 May 2012 08:15:44 -0500, duke <duckgumbo32@cox.net wrote:


God never changes his mind.


"So the Lord changed His mind about the harm which He said He would do

to His people," (Exodus 32:14)


"the Lord changed His mind about the misfortune which He had

pronounced against them? " (Jer. 26:19)


"The Lord changed His mind about this. “It shall not be,” said the

Lord." (Amos 7:3)

Jonah 3:10 And God saw their works, that they turned from their evil way; and God repented of the evil, that he had said that he would do unto them; and he did it not.


David Fritzinger wrote:


As I said, Truman clearly was not a racist, at least towards blacks,

when he was president, since he integrated the military, which was the

beginning of Southern racists leaving the Democratic party. I don't know

if he was a racist towards the Japanese, as there was a great deal of

racial hatred towards them after Pearl Harbor.

Bugs Bunny Nips the Nips

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClfHD8v_6FY


duke wrote: On Sat, 05 May 2012 16:15:05 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


duke wrote: On Sat, 05 May 2012 09:03:25 -0700, rL@somis.org (• R. L. Measures.) wrote: >

In article <ovaaq7ljgeu9k320gq35hkkvh4ud0rnctg@4ax.com>, Alan Ferris <hairy.ferrit@yahoo.co.uk wrote: > On Sat, 05 May 2012 06:55:31 -0500, duke <duckgumbo32@cox.net wrote: >>

  1. 3 - Sunday is universally the day from work for all faiths and atheists.

> Poor duke just loves to show how ignorant he is. >>

• the shocker is that he doesn't even get what is said in the Big Ten.

Damn, Alan.

Sure I do. We Christians have a reason for Sunday. Jews have no reason for

Saturday.

They got it in writing. All you got is some man-made custom.


What writing?

Exodus 20:8 Remember the sabbath day, to keep it holy.


tirebiter wrote: On May 6, 3:23 am, Ja...@nospam.com (Jason) wrote:

In article

<69012bb5-abe1-4510-afb5-0b762eb24...@t2g2000pbg.googlegroups.com>, harry > >

The flood stories mentioned in the Old Testament. I don't recall two

different flood stories--what scriptures are you referring to?

So you haven't read genesis? That is the only way you wouldn't know

about them.

Harry K

Yes, I read Genesis over 20 years ago and don't remember everything that I

read in the book of Genesis.


Wow, your lies just get bigger and bigger. You've been discussing

several of the myths from genesis for 2 years and you never even

bothered to crack open the book and read what you were lying about?

Why do that, when he can just count google hits and weigh opinions that way?


In a very dark China Blue, China Blue condition. wrote:


Being liberal is not about having a list of approved opinions that you never

change no matter how stupid.

Liberal Crime Control: Disarm potential victims Liberal Compassion: Government Funding Liberal Agenda: See TV Guide...



SaPeIsMa wrote:



So is Mathematics

  What is your point ?

Funny how the distribution of prime numbers that we "made up" is the same pattern for aliens as it is for us.


duke wrote: On Sat, 05 May 2012 16:19:27 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


duke wrote: On Sat, 05 May 2012 07:03:02 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote: > duke wrote: > The 10 commandments guide mankind and are thus reflected in their individual > laws.

Exodus 20:3

Thou shalt have no other gods before me.

First Amendment:

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion.

Nor interfere with the free exercise thereof.

Unless your idea of exercising your religion is to blow up abortion clinics.


God said "revenge is mine says the Lord".

I thought you said humans wrote all that stuff.


duke wrote: On Sat, 05 May 2012 16:17:51 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


duke wrote: On Sat, 05 May 2012 07:00:56 -0700, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote: >

(Exodus 21:7-11 NLT)

I knew it. You're Jewish, aren't you. That's a clear delineation that you

don't know the difference between old and new testaments..

I told you, I hold to daojia, or philosophical Taoism, as laid down in

the Taoteching and Chuang Tzu. Hence my laissez-fair attitude toward

economics.


Like I have the slightest idea of what daojia, or philosophical Taoism, as laid

down in the Taoteching and Chuang Tzu says.


Your knowledge of the bible is strictly Jewish OT.

Jewish OT? Oh, did they reverse Trent and throw the OT out of the Vulgate?


duke wrote:

>

There are no spokespersons for Jesus.


On the contrary, it is written (James 5:10) Take, my brethren, the prophets, who have *spoken in the name of the Lord*, for an example of suffering affliction, and of patience.



duke wrote:


Which means that Phillipians well states that he emptied himself of his divine

nature.

The Catholic Church teaches that upon the Incarnation, Christ's human nature existed in hypostatic union with his divine nature, and was never divided.


Waldo Tunnel wrote: On May 5, 6:36 pm, Mike Lovell <mike.lov...@null.local wrote: On 2012-05-06, Gunner Asch <gunnera...@gmail.com wrote:

Btw..you do know that the Supreme Court recently declared atheism a

religion...right?


Bullshit.

The government also tried to make pi equal 3.2 once.


SaPeIsMa wrote:


"linuxgal" <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote in message

news:qcydnTgovLGgCDvSnZ2dnUVZ_uydnZ2d@giganews.com... SaPeIsMa wrote: > >

So is Mathematics

  What is your point ?

>

Funny how the distribution of prime numbers that we "made up" is the

same pattern for aliens as it is for us.


And naturally you have evidence to support that claim ??

It doesn't matter if you have ten fingers, or two, or seventeen, seven planets are only divisible by seven or one. The point is that we didn't make up mathematics, we discovered it. It's just there, like Mt. Everest.


Mike Lovell wrote:


Time is relative, perhaps this is what you're having trouble grasping.

Time is a direction in space.

Really? What is the exact declination and right ascension of the direction in space that is time?


Joe Bruno wrote:


Revelations is part of the New Testament.The Ten Commandments is

in the Old Testament.I never said that Judaism allows lying, but

that one specific commandment may be interpreted in different ways.

Different scholars interpret things different ways.

You say don't use the NT, and Duke says don't use the OT. Maybe if we combined both of you into one entity, you would say don't use any of it, and peace would reign.


Jason wrote:


Please don't respond to this post.

I got a neat trick that will make sure I never do again. It's called a message filter.



Mike Lovell wrote:


Obviously many members of alt.atheism are "glued" to atheism!



We're also glued to the claim that the Easter Bunny doesn't lay eggs.


Father Haskell wrote:


How unfortunate that Jeffery didn't develop a taste for mormon.

He did, he thought it was spelled more men.


• R. L. Measures. wrote:

In article <__WdnU2j_cfzBDvSnZ2dnUVZ_qWdnZ2d@giganews.com>, linuxgal <linuxgal@cleanposts.com wrote:


duke wrote:

There are no spokespersons for Jesus. >

On the contrary, it is written (James 5:10) Take, my brethren, the

prophets, who have *spoken in the name of the Lord*, for an example of

suffering affliction, and of patience.


    • who wrote that?

James the Just, the older brother of Jesus.


z wrote:

Bluesfan <"the bossman"@rhetoric.net wrote in news:jo699j$r6u$2

@wieslauf.sub.de:


On 05/06/2012 02:49 AM, anon wrote:

This is why he pokes fun at Palin and Hillary. >

He'd rather poke Barney Frank.... >

I kinda wondered if he was, he seems to hate good looking women, and

is so bitchy. He does have full libs, maybe swollen.


He also used to go out with Ann Coulter so nuff said.

He likes people with large Adam's apples.

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