Bible study rules for public schools proposed

Feb 10, 2010 Full story: The Courier-Journal 131,873

FRANKFORT, Ky. - The state would create rules for teaching about the Bible in public high schools under a bill filed Monday by three Democratic senators.

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curious

Ocoee, FL

#113903 Oct 3, 2013
Spaceship earth wrote:
<quoted text>
The Witch really kick your ass. See you had no God to help you out. You're not alone so don't cry. None of you wannabe bible thumpers are a match for atheists on this thread. You're out match by them. You're out match on any atheist forum.
Du whut is a good debater and more mature, he knew it was time to leave the thread. You and sistaNoNothing tic act like children here and are sorry debaters.
I hope you are enlighten by the Witch's replies to your sorry yapping. Keep yapping and atheists will have to take your ass to the shed for another spanking.
The Witch ,previously posting under one of her other monikers, UMMM
used that same tactic before , self proclaiming herself victorious through one of her goffers.
Anytime that you have to declare yourself victorious clearly shows
the you are standing on shaky ground.
You remind me of the guy who shows up with his nose broken ,eyes blackened and busted lips.
He claims he got into a fight and won.
he self proclaim himself the winner by stating
" You think my face looks bad , you should see the other guy.
I broke 3 of his knuckles when I Hit his fist with my face"
curious

Ocoee, FL

#113904 Oct 3, 2013
stuck in a lodi wrote:
Curious,, You are not debating your beliefs... All I see you posting is studies about Atheism, and such!
You stating that Atheist trust believers more then other non believers is based on your bias post, Show proof of this statement and not from some bias source. I too can research and find some poll or study to contradict your study!
Just because someone conducts a study, involving several hundred participants, does not make it correct when they publish their findings....As your Study was trying to convey to the general population! Go back and read it again w/out your bias opinion.
That study you posted was basically saying.... People in America are Conditioned to thinking Atheist or non believers are evil, and can't be trusted!
hey {boy named Sue} keep living in your Wonderland, perhaps Alice can introduce you to Mad Hatter!
HERE IS THE PROOF YOU REQUESTED.
If you can provide evidence to refute it do so.
If not , come in and get out of that kentucky rain. You are getting all wet.
The distrust of Atheists is not limited to believers.
Polls indicate that Nonbelievers trust believers more that they do Nonbelievers.
I find that to be amazing...
What would cause an Atheist to trust a believer more than he would a fellow Atheist?
There must be something inherent in Atheism that makes the Atheist feel veryh uncomfortable about trusting his own
Religious Believers Don’t Trust Atheists, Says New Study
By Kim Carollo
Dec 14, 2011 4:53pm
If an atheist ran for president, a recent poll suggests, he or she wouldn’t win many votes.
That might be at least partly because of the main reason religious people dislike atheists: They think nonbelievers can’t be trusted, according to a new study.
“Where there are religious majorities — that is, in most of the world — atheists are among the least trusted people,” said the study’s lead author, Will M. Gervais, a doctoral student at the University of British Columbia,
In six separate studies, the researchers asked 770 people – American adults and Canadian college students – a number of questions. In one study, when presented with a description of an untrustworthy person, participants said they believed that description represented atheists to a similar degree and wasn’t as representative of gays, feminists, Christians, Jews or Muslims.
Another co-author, the University of British Columbia’s Ara Norenzayan, said one of the reasons for doing the study was a recent poll that found that only 45 percent of Americans who responded would vote for an atheist presidential candidate. Those who were polled said atheists least represented their vision of America.

Atheists also tend to trust religious people more than they trust other atheists.
“Those people who did not identify with a religion still tended to find believers to be more trustworthy,” said the third co-author, Azim Shariff of the University of Oregon.

Note; The answer to your question is contained in those2 paragraphs
kejgkejgqggggbeq r

Somerset, KY

#113905 Oct 3, 2013
curious wrote:
<quoted text>
The Witch ,previously posting under one of her other monikers, UMMM
used that same tactic before , self proclaiming herself victorious through one of her goffers.
Anytime that you have to declare yourself victorious clearly shows
the you are standing on shaky ground.
You remind me of the guy who shows up with his nose broken ,eyes blackened and busted lips.
He claims he got into a fight and won.
he self proclaim himself the winner by stating
" You think my face looks bad , you should see the other guy.
I broke 3 of his knuckles when I Hit his fist with my face"
No, you got your donkey handed to you. Don't feel bad tho, go on any discussion board and it's always the same. You have your intelligent posts then you have your bad grammar post screaming they didn't come from no damn monkey. Religion is dead, some of you just haven't gotten the memo yet. It wouldn't matter if Jesus was nailed to a boomerang, he still isn't coming back because he was never here.

Here's my prediction, 50-75 years from now all the different Christian religions will have to join together because your numbers will be to low to have different denominations. People just aren't buying into the BS anymore and they are tired of giving away their money for nothing in return.

“See how you are?”

Since: Jul 12

Earth

#113906 Oct 3, 2013
curious wrote:
<quoted text>
The Witch ,previously posting under one of her other monikers, UMMM
used that same tactic before , self proclaiming herself victorious through one of her goffers.
Anytime that you have to declare yourself victorious clearly shows
the you are standing on shaky ground.
You remind me of the guy who shows up with his nose broken ,eyes blackened and busted lips.
He claims he got into a fight and won.
he self proclaim himself the winner by stating
" You think my face looks bad , you should see the other guy.
I broke 3 of his knuckles when I Hit his fist with my face"
And yet here you are jabbing at shadows and tilting at windmills.
You can't tell the difference between WitW and Ummm, yet expect to be credited with having superior insights on that plus any and all other matters? LOL! You'd be wrong.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#113907 Oct 3, 2013
curious wrote:
<quoted text>
Atheists do not violate any of their rules because they don't have any rules. With them ,anything goes.
that is why Witchetty can proudly claim,to her shame , that she has never committed an act for which she needs feel ashamed.
That is the same thing she said while using one of her other monikers ,Kitten Kodder.
It would appear that is the self same reason why Atheists trust believers more than they do other atheists.
In a community where the moral code is selected by each individual to fit his or her desires , who can you trust?
In other words ,if I only fear the law ,and am conniving enough to commit my deeds without getting caught , then I supposedly am home free.
The mafia and other criminals are very adept at that tactic.
That is how human nature works.
As Christians , we arte not perfect ,but ,we are forgiven , because we confess to Our God and Jesus Christ that we are sinful by nature.
We acknowledge and confess our sinful nature.
Atheists claim that when they commit a wrong , they will go to the person they wronged and ask for forgiveness.
On paper that sounds good , in real life , it is a farce.
In my many years on this Earth I have never witnessed such an event.
Self righteousnes is a pollutant.
Human nature denies wrong doing ,it does not admit to it.
How many times have you seen a criminal admit to having committed a crime ,even with overwhelming evidence to his crime.
How many times have you done something wrong and denied having done it?
Do you believe witchetty when she claims to have never done anything for which she needs feel ashamed?
If you do , then you need submit her name so she can be cannonized.
In a way, atheists do make their own rules. But if they break their own rules, they are a hypocrite.
You can trust an atheist if he keeps good rules for himself and follows them consistently. If you judge his morals upon the idea of his atheism, you are being prejudiced by the definition of the word.
curious

Ocoee, FL

#113908 Oct 3, 2013
Spaceship earth wrote:
Congratulations atheists… you are more well-behaved than the rest of society.
No, this isn’t a “pat you on the back” piece. But, I think it’s important for us to remember that we ARE moral people that know how to be good citizens without a divine babysitter telling us what’s right and wrong. And, there is evidence to show that this is correct.
Prisons released the following numbers in 1997 under the Freedom of Information Act. take a look:
Response Number %
----------
Catholic 29267 39.164%
Protestant 26162 35.008%
Muslim 5435 7.273%
American Indian 2408 3.222%
Nation 1734 2.320%
Rasta 1485 1.987%
Jewish 1325 1.773%
Church of Christ 1303 1.744%
Pentecostal 1093 1.463%
Moorish 1066 1.426%
Buddhist 882 1.180%
Jehovah Witness 665 0.890%
Adventist 621 0.831%
Orthodox 375 0.502%
Mormon 298 0.399%
Scientology 190 0.254%
Atheist 156 0.209%
Hindu 119 0.159%
Santeria 117 0.157%
Sikh 14 0.019%
Bahai 9 0.012%
Krishna 7 0.009%
----------
http://www.atheismresource.com/2010/atheist-d...
Scientology has less offenders in prisons than the group that YAA , the dipstick curious and the idiot sistaTic_ protestant herd_tic hater_tic has.
And they say you cannot trust an atheist, how hyprocracy of religion is show by this study.
I am glad to hear that atheists compose a small number of the Prison population as opposed to Believers
Several things to keep in perspective.
Believing in a God is meaningless.
If the devil were in jail , he would be counted among the believers.
So would his followers.
The important issue is not to merely believe that God exists , but to follow and obey his teachings to the best of your ability and as guided by the holy spirit.
Moreover , Once a criminal is sentenced to jail he has to adapt to a particular segment of the prison population.
African Americans tend to ally themselves with the Muslims ,Whites with Christians and so on.
Most of the time this is not a true conversion . It is done in order to survive in a lawless environment
Atheists have to take this into consideration and may want to
claim to belong to a particular religion for selfish reasons , especially when it comes to Parole Hearings.
True Belief in God is not based on convenience , it is based on your having sought him and depending on your personal experiences you can then decide ,in a logical manner , after evaluating what may or may not have occured ,whether you want to enter into arelationship with him.
You are not forced into this relationship , you are invited.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#113909 Oct 3, 2013
Yes and Amen wrote:
<quoted text>The Jewish Bible was, and is correct before Catholic intervention, and the reformation clarified it!
Dead sea scrolls dating to 70ish AD proves the writings clear!
Constantine bastardized the Christian belief with paganism...
NOT the same Bible!
The Jews wrote nothing of Jesus, so I am not sure what you think is so correct about it? The Dead sea scrolls does not confirm your version of Jesus.
The Catholic church burned many writings of Jesus in order to keep their version of the story intact.
Now you guys can war, as you have, over just what Jesus said, but it is all hearsay anyways.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#113910 Oct 3, 2013
curious wrote:
<quoted text>
I am glad to hear that atheists compose a small number of the Prison population as opposed to Believers
Several things to keep in perspective.
Believing in a God is meaningless.
If the devil were in jail , he would be counted among the believers.
So would his followers.
The important issue is not to merely believe that God exists , but to follow and obey his teachings to the best of your ability and as guided by the holy spirit.
Moreover , Once a criminal is sentenced to jail he has to adapt to a particular segment of the prison population.
African Americans tend to ally themselves with the Muslims ,Whites with Christians and so on.
Most of the time this is not a true conversion . It is done in order to survive in a lawless environment
Atheists have to take this into consideration and may want to
claim to belong to a particular religion for selfish reasons , especially when it comes to Parole Hearings.
True Belief in God is not based on convenience , it is based on your having sought him and depending on your personal experiences you can then decide ,in a logical manner , after evaluating what may or may not have occured ,whether you want to enter into arelationship with him.
You are not forced into this relationship , you are invited.
Your religion would be small if not for the force of the inquisitions and crusades. And this is just part of the survival part of the equation. Kids follow their parents religion just as those in jail follow the religion of their piers.
Religion is of indoctrination. Good to see you note that fact.

“There is no god.”

Since: Jan 12

USA

#113911 Oct 3, 2013
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>The Jews wrote nothing of Jesus, so I am not sure what you think is so correct about it? The Dead sea scrolls does not confirm your version of Jesus.
The Catholic church burned many writings of Jesus in order to keep their version of the story intact.
Now you guys can war, as you have, over just what Jesus said, but it is all hearsay anyways.
Nothing to do with your post.
Just thought you might like this,

http://shine.yahoo.com/parenting/father-disow...

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#113912 Oct 3, 2013
kejgkejgqggggbeqr wrote:
<quoted text>
No, you got your donkey handed to you. Don't feel bad tho, go on any discussion board and it's always the same. You have your intelligent posts then you have your bad grammar post screaming they didn't come from no damn monkey. Religion is dead, some of you just haven't gotten the memo yet. It wouldn't matter if Jesus was nailed to a boomerang, he still isn't coming back because he was never here.
Here's my prediction, 50-75 years from now all the different Christian religions will have to join together because your numbers will be to low to have different denominations. People just aren't buying into the BS anymore and they are tired of giving away their money for nothing in return.
This is already happening. Just look at the non denominational mega churches.
curious

Ocoee, FL

#113913 Oct 3, 2013
kejgkejgqggggbeqr wrote:
<quoted text>
No, you got your donkey handed to you. Don't feel bad tho, go on any discussion board and it's always the same. You have your intelligent posts then you have your bad grammar post screaming they didn't come from no damn monkey. Religion is dead, some of you just haven't gotten the memo yet. It wouldn't matter if Jesus was nailed to a boomerang, he still isn't coming back because he was never here.
Here's my prediction, 50-75 years from now all the different Christian religions will have to join together because your numbers will be to low to have different denominations. People just aren't buying into the BS anymore and they are tired of giving away their money for nothing in return.
Yours must be the face that broke my 3 knuckles.

Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital Psychiatry in Sommerset Kentucky
has issued an all points bulletin for one of it's absconded permanent residents known as kejgkejgqggggbeqr.
Said inmate was tutored by DR. Timothy Leary in the ingestion of mind altering drugs.
Although not cosidered a danger to society , he is considered a danger to himself.
His feeble mind has convinced him that he can predict future events.
He has sent out imaginary memos to the effect that religion is dead.
When questioned by those who have not received the memo ,as to why they have not received it he gives the same reason he gives bill collectors when they ask for payment.
It's in the mail.
Any one knowing his whereabouts is asked to contact us at 866 532 1178.
if you have the opportunity , just throw a net over him ,and put him at curbside on garbage collection day and we will make arrangements to pick him up along with youtr trash

“There is no god.”

Since: Jan 12

USA

#113914 Oct 3, 2013
aWitchintheWoods wrote:
I would trust Mike, lol, and Chrom since they are intelligent, thoughtful, honest individuals.
xoxoxo, ;^)

“There is no god.”

Since: Jan 12

USA

#113915 Oct 3, 2013
http://uk.news.yahoo.com/religious-people-are...

http://onefuriousllama.com/2011/09/11/another...

http://www.humanreligions.info/intelligence.h...

Just a small sample of the many reasons why the holyhatebible should not be in public schools.
SistaNoneYa

Manchester, KY

#113916 Oct 3, 2013
curious wrote:
Continued from the above.
Since you neither believe in god or his teachings ,therefore you are the least qualified to pass judgement.
When you get an opportunity ,talk to the Witchetty and set her straight.
Too many splinters from the way she rides her broom
have affected her mental capacity
lol

Amen.
SistaNoneYa

Manchester, KY

#113917 Oct 3, 2013
aWitchintheWoods wrote:
<quoted text>
Strange. I wouldn't trust you, sista, or yaa to do anything for me.
You all have an agenda and you don't care how you achieve it.
I would trust Mike, lol, and Chrom since they are intelligent, thoughtful, honest individuals.
<quoted text>
Ummm, just a wild guess here but how about the people who obey the civil laws of the land. Not people who look to a moldy old book written by primitive tribesmen.
<quoted text>
No, this is how human nature works. Christians do what they want, then apologize for it, putting the blame on their "sinful nature."
"It's not my fault, Yahweh. The devil made me do it."
Jesus took all your sins on himself? The archetypal scapegoat.
What are synonyms for "scapegoat?"
fall guy..chump..doormat..dupe..
fool..goat..gull..mark..patsy. .
pigeon..pushover..*sacrifice*. .sap..
schmuck..stooge..sucker..victi m..weakling
Hardly flattering, huh?
<quoted text>
Right.
Christian: "Oops, so sorry, Yahweh. I didn't mean to kill that guy in a fit of righteous rage, but I know you'll forgive me.Thanks and now I'll just get on with my life and hope the police don't find out I did it."
<quoted text>
LOL! You've never seen it so of course it didn't happen?
Funny how you choose which "unseen" things you will believe and which you won't.
<quoted text>
Yes it is and god-followers are the worse offenders.
<quoted text>
As a child, we fear the wrath of our elders, so we make excuses.
As ADULTS, we own our mistakes.
The problem is that so many don't want to grow up.
Religion provides an easy out. "Not my fault, just my sinful nature."
<quoted text>
There doesn't need to be special recognition for doing what is decent.
It is to be EXPECTED of adult.
Unfortunately, standards are set too low.
Speak for yourself-my standards are fine.

REAL grown ups have NO problem acknowledging the fact- NONE of us are perfect. Including YOU and ones like yourself.

Don't like it? Too bad.

NO ONE is perfect. NO ONE.
curious

Ocoee, FL

#113918 Oct 3, 2013
aWitchintheWoods wrote:
<quoted text>
That's right, honey. You find a survey that supports what you want to be true and hang on to it like a dog with an old bone, no matter how ridiculous you look. If it makes you feel better about your bigotry.....oh well.
<quoted text>
I didn't say we didn't need LAWS, did I?
A healthy society requires laws. CIVIL laws, not religious ones.
<quoted text>
BS. This has been disproven so many times. Pay attention.
Let's take a good look at those 10 "commandments."
#1 -- No other gods? Religious freedom.
#2 -- Graven images?(Been inside a church lately?)
#3 -- Lords name in vain? hardly.
#4 -- Sabbath? 99% of the population would be imprisoned or worse.
#5 -- How about not respecting your mom and dad? nope.
#7 -- Is adultery illegal? nope.
#9 -- Lies? Not illegal outside of when you specifically swear not to lie.
#10-- Coveting? Nothing illegal about wanting provided you don't steal.
Only #6 and #8... murder and stealing... are civil LAWS.
Those go back farther, much farther (to 1772 BCE in Babylonia) to The Code of Hammurabi.
A civilized society does not tolerate murder and stealing.
<quoted text>
I can't speak for all atheists (as you seem to think that you can) but I think the majority would say “What you do not want done to yourself, do not do to others.” Confucius (551-479 BC). Which was also way before "do unto others...., you'll notice.
The Scientific study I quoted was performed by a reputable university and those in charge of the study are well qualified to perform said study.
The fact that the results confirm beliefs that you find objectionable in no way detracts from it's validity.
You may not endorse the results, but you have no evidence to negate the validity of said results.
Again I repeat , The study states that nonbelievers find believers to be more trustworthy than nonbelievers.
can you tell me why that is so?
That Christianity's teachings and belief in God has played a prominent role in Western civilizastion's moral and legal code ,in the way we treat the poor and less fortunate ,love for our neighbors ,our education and health system , charitable organizations and form of government is obvious.
Your belief that human nature is not corrupt ,but is instead a mechanism for survival ,is not supported by human behaviour or our moral code.
You say that lying is not against the law unless when lying under oath. OK So you justify lying ,unless you have taken an oath not to lie. " you called it an excuse"
Lying is lying ,regaardless of the ciecumstances. If not legally wrong ,then it is morally wrong.
not respecting your parents is not legally wrong , but it is morally wrong.
Adultery is not legally wrong, but it is morally wrong.
What I intepret your views to mean is that , any behaviour for which there is no civil law is acceptable to you.
I would assume that is the reason why you claim to not ever having done anything for which you need be ashamed.
Respect for your parents , being faithful to your spouse , not lusting after your neighbors wife are some of many of the moral rules that create a stable society and separate us from the animals
Your claim that you live by the rule" Do unto others as ye would have them do unto you" is hypocritical.
Your human nature contradicts the rule by which you claim to lead your life.
You make your own rules , you determine what is and is not acceptable behaviour based on your personal desires.
True that,under the guise of Christianity , abominable actions have taken place. Those abominations have not been based on the teachings of our Lord , Jesus Christ.
If we look at Atheist Governments , they , based on their human nature , have wreaked havoc in many societies.
China , Russia , North Korea , Cambodia etal.
For the sake of enhancing my limited education, Can you name the contributions made by Atheism to western culture?
curious

Ocoee, FL

#113919 Oct 3, 2013
aWitchintheWoods wrote:
<quoted text>
I notice you have no defense of your foolish beliefs, so you try to change the subject.
Using other languages only makes you appear foolish in other languages.
No games.(Like reading words backwards is difficult. Duh)
Either act like an adult and discuss the topic or go away.
By the way, to do the "reply and respond" thingy, simply begin the other person's quotes with [Q-U-O-T-E WHO="whoever"] and end their quotes with [/ Q-U-O-T-E](without the dashes and spaces, of course.
Glad I could help.
(I posted this earlier but it seems to have gotten lost in Topix If the other one shows up, I apologize for the double post.)
Hey , thanks , I needed that.

BTW glad your posting showed up.Glad it wasn't lost in topix.
For my benefit ,try and see if you can get lost in Topix.
Then you can start posting under your other monikerspecifically UMMM.
Why did they ban that particular moniker anyway?
Was it because of the double o's?
Obtuse and Obnoxious...
Don't take me seious ,just playing games with your mind.
It's my hobby.
I do ,however , appreciate the info you sent me on that quote business.
I tried it and my computer blew up.
I shoulda known.
Oyee , como estas brujita ?
Tienes tu escoba preparada para viajar durante Halloween?
curious

Ocoee, FL

#113920 Oct 3, 2013
ChromiuMan wrote:
<quoted text>
A survey is not strictly a "scientific study." The interpretation by an esteemed professor regarding a poll is more opinion than hard and fast black and white conclusion. Have you never heard that "Psychiatry is not an exact science"?
Do you choose to be selective in your understanding of social dynamics to prop up your assertions or are you merely incapable of discerning the various and embedded sociological factors? Either way, I surmise it would be a tedious and unfruitful chore to elaborate on them for you. For what reason would someone place an Icthys or a crucifix on their business advertisement? To promote an image of trustworthiness, of course - and being a long established practice, it is interwoven with the marketplace and hence, society. This transparent and overt usage is hardly askance of the study or "beyond comprehension." Do you find this use of the symbols acceptable when even the U.S. Flag Code prohibits the flag of being used for advertising? I've found that the more vocal the devout, the more difficult it is to determine the line between disingenuous and genuinely obtuse.(However, from exchanges with Topix Xtians and having been burned for $2,400 on a transmission from a fish and cross boasting shop owner, I'm leaning toward disingenuous.)
I do not attempt to push an atheistic 'belief'(whatever you think that is). I merely state my own disbelief in the wholesale and retail sets of FABRICATIONS that have been foisted upon the willing and hopeful drones.
I do not know why "they" attend religious services - the reasons could be assorted and surprising. Perhaps it is because of peer pressure, to accompany a family member or to appease and acquire contacts. Perhaps some are sincerely seeking a spiritual revelation. Does your >Bigotry and Prejudice< demand that you rail against them, too? On the positive side, you do realize that it indicates that a surprising number among the congregations are not dim enough to swallow what the clergy is dishing out?
There is no doubt in my mind that many out there are wolves in sheeps clothing.
As you know ,Jesus voiced his opinion on that particular issue.
To me , any time that a religious saying or a crucifix is placed on an advertisement , is like waving a red flag in front of a bull.
You need to watch out...That behaviour is not based on the teachings of Christ.
neither are many of the tactics used by some telvangelists.
I do not condone that type of behaviour.
I do not remember railing against those nonbelievers who choose to attend religious services.
Matter of fact ,if memory serves me correctly , I see that as a definite positive.

On the light side.
I finally came across one of those 3 eyed alligators you are so fond of mentioning.
Some believers were picnicking on lake apopka and the gator attacked them .
I finally had to wrestle him down and body slam him.
Upon questioning , he said he was acting on instructions given him by an individual who posts on Topix.
You know anything about that?
I suspect it was Q or the Witch.
Be sure to respond , we need to keep this thread from dying out.
curious

Ocoee, FL

#113921 Oct 3, 2013
stuck in a lodi wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh, so you wanna go there? Aright y then.
Not sure about you, but I'm perfectly happy being called nipple nose, the best place for my nose to be. I'll just put my face right in between my wife's 2 nipples and say ummmm, ummmm, good, cuz she's so good and being sooooo bad!!!
Now that you've opened up that avenue, I have a name that fits you perfectly! Dic Head
Touche ,It does fit me perfectly. My name is Richard Head.
my friends call me Dick.
Because of my size ,6ft.9 in. 320 lbs. some of my friends call me Big Dick
Kinda embarassing, especially in mixed company.
I am thrilled and overjoyed that you use your nose for more than a place to store your snots....But really,,That is more than I needed to know

“Speaker of Mountain Wisdom....”

Since: Jan 10

London, KY

#113922 Oct 3, 2013
curious wrote:
<quoted text>
Touche ,It does fit me perfectly. My name is Richard Head.
my friends call me Dick.
Because of my size ,6ft.9 in. 320 lbs. some of my friends call me Big Dick
Kinda embarassing, especially in mixed company.
I am thrilled and overjoyed that you use your nose for more than a place to store your snots....But really,,That is more than I needed to know
We call a guy we know, Tiny, and he's 6'8" and 400 lbs... Proly for the same reason you have your nic name.....

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