Bible study rules for public schools proposed

Feb 10, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Courier-Journal

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

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Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>I am sure you wish to be violent, but the laws secularism has made keeps you from doing gods will.
Has nothing to do with the laws of secularism or anything else.
If I wanna slap the spitoutta your mouth and slap your mellonhead , I will do so....Same as I will do to the filthymouth Chroe.
Now , get your attorney and sue me.... Wazziz name, The village idiot from Nottingham , England
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Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>Standard propaganda.
Kind of like-

"Vote fer blahblahblah".
curious

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Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>The believer does not need drugs to see or hear things that are not there. They think, thoughts and dreams are visions of angels and gods.
Well,look at you , you needed alcohol in order to become an atheeist.
Drank yourself into the world of Atheism
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Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>The believer does not need drugs to see or hear things that are not there. They think, thoughts and dreams are visions of angels and gods.
Kind of like other types that..oh...say...
Think thoughts and dreams of fairy tale white horses ridden by kanights in shiny sparkly armor, or others that think, thoughts and dreams and have visiosn of residing on majikal thrones in make believe kingduhms, and stuff like that....
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curious wrote:
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Has nothing to do with the laws of secularism or anything else.
If I wanna slap the spitoutta your mouth and slap your mellonhead , I will do so....Same as I will do to the filthymouth Chroe.
Now , get your attorney and sue me.... Wazziz name, The village idiot from Nottingham , England
Actually it IS against civil law codes (as well as humane decency), to purposely and maliciously harm or abuse others like that.
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First though you have to learn how to count....at least to 20!
Duquette claims he can count up to eleventeen.
I have no idea what that means or how you get there
Maybe he starts with zero and counts backwards.
Typical Atheist.....Must be that nonreal illusionary world he lives in.
Did you know that Chroe claims he owns a 3 eyed alligator.
Must be a Cyclops mutant on steroids.
named him Sam ,shortened his name to Don Quixote , at least that is what he claims
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Khatru wrote:
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Thankfully, your god is a work of fiction.
However, if he were for real, I'd rather spend an eternity in hell than pretend to worship a petty tyrant who tortures those who ignore his authority. You should take a long, hard look at yourself for admiring such a monster.
Your posting is based on meaningless nonsense ,emanating from a befuddled mind.
BTW I did notice that the signs posted outside the village limits of Nottingham , advertising for someone to fill the post of village Fool , were removed once you came back home.
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Actually it IS against civil law codes (as well as humane decency), to purposely and maliciously harm or abuse others like that.
Yes , but as you stated,only if done purposely and maliciously.
I would only do it for the fun of it, therefore neither civil law or human decency need apply.
Correct me if I am wrong . If I am, then I'd simply pay nonbeliever or witchetty to do it.
they'll do anything for wine money.
curious

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Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>To bad all you have is claims, and not evidence of the claim.
Don't believe me , then contact Christopher Hitchens;
he can be reached by Email at deadasadoornailbutnow abeliever@aol.com

“I'll think about it.”

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ChromiuMan wrote:
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Mike, are you going to lodge a complaint that you've been virtually threatened with:
"slap the spit outta your mouth and slap some sense into that melon of yours"?
Sounds like a loose cannon with a short fuse, to me - and you do realize that he's only an hour from WitW's doorstep, don't you?
I'm not concerned.
He couldn't find my house with a brand new GPS, 10 maps and a seeing eye dog.
His head is so far up his a$$ that all he can see is darkness.
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aWitchintheWoods wrote:
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I'm not concerned.
He couldn't find my house with a brand new GPS, 10 maps and a seeing eye dog.
His head is so far up his a$$ that all he can see is darkness.
If I looked up my (*) that is probably where I would find you.
Otherwise , I'd just look for a back yard litttered with empty wine bottles and stolen brooms or just follow the stench to the city dump.

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curious wrote:
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If I looked up my (*) that is probably where I would find you.
Otherwise , I'd just look for a back yard litttered with empty wine bottles and stolen brooms or just follow the stench to the city dump.
You say the sweetest things.
What a charmer you are...

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We should have lunch sometime.
Meet up in Mount Dora.
That's about equidistant for both of us.
I'll pick the spot. You pay.
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aWitchintheWoods wrote:
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I'm not concerned.
He couldn't find my house with a brand new GPS, 10 maps and a seeing eye dog.
His head is so far up his a$$ that all he can see is darkness.
any light,that the way i like them.the darkness of bonner's with ted on the head.they Cruse together .watch out foe the carpet burns.go and burn yoyo daddy...

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curious wrote:
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There you go again,attempting to discuss reasoning and intelligence,subjects that are completely alien to you.
The only reasoning and intelligent matter that ever graced your head
,is that case of dandruff with which you are permanently afflicted.
"It's in the bible so it must be true"

What's it like being told how and what to think?

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Rejection of logic is attributable to the fools who believe that Nothing created something from nothing spontaneously and BOOM , the Universe and life appeared.
Yet you believe that nothing created those gods you claim built our universe.

Typical hypocritical fundie.

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Your posting is based on meaningless nonsense ,emanating from a befuddled mind.
BTW I did notice that the signs posted outside the village limits of Nottingham , advertising for someone to fill the post of village Fool , were removed once you came back home.
Welcome to the zany and surreal world of xtian fundamentalism.

Lighten up

I've got just the thing for you to read.

If you’re looking for some hilarious black comedy, you could do worse than pick up James Morrow’s “Godhead Trilogy”

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Towing Jehovah

God has committed suicide. His body is floating in the north Atlantic, a menace to faith and navigation. It must be god's body as it’s two miles long and has no bellybutton. The heavenly host who are dying off very quickly from sympathetic death syndrome have hired an oil tanker captain to tow the body to the North Pole.

This book is possibly the kindest to god of his religion based books.

This is despite the crew's realization after running out of food that they are towing 2 miles of meat behind them. This particular chapter contains several recipes.

Blameless in Abbadon

This is a sequel to Towing Jehovah. A man dying of cancer puts the corpse of god on trial for the existence of evil. The, er, um, highpoint of the book is a tour through the brain of god where they meet several saints, and biblical characters. These include the colossally perverted Saint Augustine of Hippo, Lot, his pregnant daughters and his transformed wife. He still takes her with him because he's drilled a hole in a position he can use, seeing as his daughters have lost interest, and besides, she's very useful when it comes to salting margheritas.

Eternal Footman

God’s huge skull is in orbit.....

"Cirrus clouds rimmed God's skull. He appeared to be wearing a white toupee. At least there weren't any ads today. Why the Vatican permitted the multinationals to aim their lasers at His brow was a mystery she couldn't fathom. Contemplating the Cranium Dei was depressing enough. You shouldn't have to read COKE IS IT in the bargain."
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People can't change the truth, but the truth can change people.
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curious wrote:
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Yes , but as you stated,only if done purposely and maliciously.
I would only do it for the fun of it, therefore neither civil law or human decency need apply.
Correct me if I am wrong . If I am, then I'd simply pay nonbeliever or witchetty to do it.
they'll do anything for wine money.
In my books of ethics, such would still be wrong, unless it was in the Right spirit OF fun, as in harmless, rather than "for" fun, because there's still nothing right about intentionally harming others.

The rest of your post sounds like something that would corrupt others via means of a mercenary payoff.

And that type of stuff sure doesn't sound very Christian like at all.

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