“Bored and Annoyed”

Since: Mar 11

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#124 Dec 5, 2012
Gtown71 wrote:
<quoted text>Just curious, if hard booze is no different then beer, then why does the state of MS say all sales must be final by 10 pm?
Just curios,could it be that many know just what it does to folks?

Plus you being a christian, you might want to read alittle more on what booze does to folks, just an idea.
And the result "on what booze does to folks" is the same as beer.

10 p.m? Moot.
Larry

Baldwyn, MS

#125 Dec 6, 2012
art wrote:
This debate never ceases to amaze me. These churches that preach of the sins of liquor while half of their memmbers are adulteres, cheaters, and liars yet never a word is said about those issues. I know of several ministers and "ever so holy" folks that attend these churches and they are the most arrogant and unfriendly people in this town and they want to talk about liquor being a sin?? Let's just put it this way...if liquor was this town's only issue, that meaning, there were no liars, no gossip, no slander, no drug misuse, or favoritism, Corinth would be in far better shape having liquor and none of the other things. But the almighty churches never seem to use their pulpit for these far more damaging issues. All they care about is looking "holy" in front of the other members, jamming themselves into Mi Torro and gorging themselves while praising each other for being so "righteous", then they all head back home and go back to their sinning. Quit your phony preaching about what MAY happen if liquor is voted in and start focussing on the current problems that are already hurting this town in a far worse way. You must not have very much faith in this town if you think everyone will suddenly become drunks and break laws due to liquor. You cannot stop progress because of a few people that might misuse alcohol. I'm sure the people that would misuse it, already get from somewhere else anyway.
This post is dead on correct!!!! Best post in this thread!
Gtown71

United States

#126 Dec 6, 2012
smarty_pants wrote:
<quoted text>
And the result "on what booze does to folks" is the same as beer.
10 p.m? Moot.
Well I kinda favir thr bible, where it says wine is a mocker, strong drink is raging.
I think the entire state of MS have fiquered this out, by putting a 10 pm dead line on it.:)

As far as churches and politics, who's running for office?
people get upset, becouse they see churches saying their against the sell of hard booze?
If the churches said nothing, what would people say?
So it simply would not pass, so "y'all " petitioned the state for a city only. Lol
Sounds like a child, when they don't get what they want, they go to another place.

Plus, you can.be assured, those in the co Will be affected by what the city does.
No think of a way to sound smart, and come on back ;)
ralphie

Saltillo, MS

#127 Dec 6, 2012
maybe the folks in the county would like to start paying city taxes,just like the city residents who have to pay county taxes.maybe treir vote would change too.
info

Corinth, MS

#129 Dec 6, 2012
It is your choice to live in the city. You enjoy benefits the county people don't have. It is a trade off, you don't like paying city taxes move to the county. Im in support of liquor.
pot

Bellevue, WA

#130 Dec 7, 2012
yea we see all the benifits the city has to offer what kills me these so called christians get on here supporting this vote i dont want to go to church where they go because if they support this they also support gays and abortions
just me

United States

#132 Dec 7, 2012
Can't you ignorant Christians see how much money and how many nice restaurants all this alcohol has brought baldwyn. Don't you people want Corinth to be the big booming metropolis baldwyn is. Said sarcastically.
spooner

Sumrall, MS

#133 Dec 7, 2012
just me wrote:
Can't you ignorant Christians see how much money and how many nice restaurants all this alcohol has brought baldwyn. Don't you people want Corinth to be the big booming metropolis baldwyn is. Said sarcastically.
Point made, said respectively.
Tom

Madison, MS

#134 Dec 8, 2012
Gtown71 wrote:
<quoted text>
Well I kinda favir thr bible, where it says wine is a mocker, strong drink is raging.
I think the entire state of MS have fiquered this out, by putting a 10 pm dead line on it.:)
As far as churches and politics, who's running for office?
people get upset, becouse they see churches saying their against the sell of hard booze?
If the churches said nothing, what would people say?
So it simply would not pass, so "y'all " petitioned the state for a city only. Lol
Sounds like a child, when they don't get what they want, they go to another place.
Plus, you can.be assured, those in the co Will be affected by what the city does.
No think of a way to sound smart, and come on back ;)
The Bible condemns the abuse of alcohol and drunkenness. It also cautions against social drinking. However it leaves to the discretion of the individual the possibility of consuming alcohol in moderation. It even suggests that there may be health benefits associated with it. Whether the average person is responsible enough to use alcohol in moderation without getting carried away and becoming addicted to it is an entirely different story. However, it is each one's decision, not churches, not you, and I can assure you there will be more people from churches that vote yes and you will never know it. They can go to their meetings and make the preacher think they will vote no, but, in real reality they will vote yes.They call them closet drinkers. Who cares if they say it can't be sold after 10, I don't. As for as the petitioning the state to have a city vote only, good for them! Affect the county, so what, and tell me how. There are more drunks in the county than in the city. You know them well, the ones that ride the back roads in the county, go sit down at Kossuth Water Shed, Sharps old place in the county, and oh yea down there at Tuscumbia bottom too. If I remember correct that spells county. Let me tell you my family needs jobs, my grand kids need jobs, and we are about to be dried up, why not let jobs and opportunities come in and make jobs for us all. Let me guess you voted for Obama. By the way I will vote yes, and you or nobody else is gong to tell me how to vote and why I need to vote that way. I vote yes!
Sam

United States

#135 Dec 8, 2012
All you folks keep talking about how bad the church is and how bad the people are in church. Well guess what the church is made up of your friends, neighbors, and family members. And even some of you on this thread. No one is perfect whether they go to church or not. If you have a problem with what a church member is doing then go to them and tell them respectfully. Let them know that what they are doing is not setting a very good example for their church or Christianity. As a whole the churches around here do a lot of good things for a lot of people. A lot of stuff that people don't even know about. I would like to see every church in this area stop helping and giving for a couple months just so people would miss it and see what all they do.
need it bad

United States

#136 Dec 8, 2012
I tell you what! Heck we need liquor in this town.
With osama reelected we need something to settle our nervs.

Why didnt this people spend moey trying to preventosama reelection. e is a heckof a lot worse for this entire Contry thatwn and wiskey will ever be!
Redneck35

Duluth, GA

#137 Dec 8, 2012
Reality wrote:
Crime rate,deaths,rapes etc. all increase with liqor . A personal choice? Yes it is...and a wrong choice that will be made easily ....with easy access you are on hurting people , families.....i m guessing you have no children and want no children.,...well why don't you just move to the big city and make yourself happy
wrong my friend we have cherries we have meth an crack nothin is said how that afects minds always the liquior tho imagine that
Gtown71

United States

#138 Dec 8, 2012
Tom wrote:
<quoted text>
The Bible condemns the abuse of alcohol and drunkenness. It also cautions against social drinking. However it leaves to the discretion of the individual the possibility of consuming alcohol in moderation. It even suggests that there may be health benefits associated with it. Whether the average person is responsible enough to use alcohol in moderation without getting carried away and becoming addicted to it is an entirely different story. However, it is each one's decision, not churches, not you, and I can assure you there will be more people from churches that vote yes and you will never know it. They can go to their meetings and make the preacher think they will vote no, but, in real reality they will vote yes.They call them closet drinkers. Who cares if they say it can't be sold after 10, I don't. As for as the petitioning the state to have a city vote only, good for them! Affect the county, so what, and tell me how. There are more drunks in the county than in the city. You know them well, the ones that ride the back roads in the county, go sit down at Kossuth Water Shed, Sharps old place in the county, and oh yea down there at Tuscumbia bottom too. If I remember correct that spells county. Let me tell you my family needs jobs, my grand kids need jobs, and we are about to be dried up, why not let jobs and opportunities come in and make jobs for us all. Let me guess you voted for Obama. By the way I will vote yes, and you or nobody else is gong to tell me how to vote and why I need to vote that way. I vote yes!
The issue is not about someone going to hell, becouse they vote yes for liquer. They won't
I'm not trying to force anyone to vote no. I can't

You bring up some great point, of course it will effect the county greatly, yet the ones it will effect the most has No say this time.

The county always votes No, you prob understand why?
as far as your family and jobs, that is a lie that many buy into.
Liquer will not bring in enough jobs to matter.

Corinth will only get all these places to eat, when corinth has enough people, with enough money.
Have you noticed how many threads have been started Bashing people for voting No, by people who love to scream, that it is their right to vote how they choose???
Truth

Garland, TX

#139 Dec 8, 2012
Gtown71 wrote:
<quoted text>
Well I kinda favir thr bible, where it says wine is a mocker, strong drink is raging.
I think the entire state of MS have fiquered this out, by putting a 10 pm dead line on it.:)
As far as churches and politics, who's running for office?
people get upset, becouse they see churches saying their against the sell of hard booze?
If the churches said nothing, what would people say?
So it simply would not pass, so "y'all " petitioned the state for a city only. Lol
Sounds like a child, when they don't get what they want, they go to another place.
Plus, you can.be assured, those in the co Will be affected by what the city does.
No think of a way to sound smart, and come on back ;)
Well, if I am going to pick and choose; I shall choose the part where Paul says to drink a little wine for your stomach's sake. Why do you want to stand in my way as I try to follow my biblical directions. Are you greater that Paul? Do you have more authority thab Paul bro John?
no respect

Corinth, MS

#140 Dec 8, 2012
What are they voting on by the drink or liquor store
info

Corinth, MS

#141 Dec 8, 2012
The only sermons tomorrow will be on liqour.
Gtown71

United States

#142 Dec 8, 2012
Truth wrote:
<quoted text>
Well, if I am going to pick and choose; I shall choose the part where Paul says to drink a little wine for your stomach's sake. Why do you want to stand in my way as I try to follow my biblical directions. Are you greater that Paul? Do you have more authority thab Paul bro John?
No bro truth, I would never stand in your way of doing what the bible says. Lol

You know I'm from guys, so I can't stand in anyones way.

Paul also said that He was cheif among sinners, but I must be a close secound. ;)

What I've noticed, is how many threads have been started about all who are voting no, not standing in the way, of those voting yes.

Vote it in, and mabey we can all eat at the different restraunts that are just waiting for the liquer flag to be waved, and mabey world color will boom again, and all the other factories will stop laying off, and start hiring.

Plus, just the sight of a liquer store is so beautiful. Lol

I can meet you on the state line?
You can bring me a bottle of stumble juice, and I can bring you some lotto tickets.1528
Win Win!!!

“Bored and Annoyed”

Since: Mar 11

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#143 Dec 8, 2012
info wrote:
The only sermons tomorrow will be on liqour.
I personally, along with several others will be attending various church sermons. We will report what we hear from the pulpits.
Gtown71

United States

#144 Dec 9, 2012
smarty_pants wrote:
<quoted text>
I personally, along with several others will be attending various church sermons. We will report what we hear from the pulpits.
Just curious who you and your friends will report this to?
God?
naacp?
Mad?
Are you saying that a church that has a pastor, that stands uo and says that christians should vote no, on the sell of liquer is a crime?
political issue?
unless I hold a gun to someone and make them sign no, how can it be force?
What I can talk a man into, another man can talk him out of.

“Bored and Annoyed”

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#146 Dec 9, 2012
Gtown71 wrote:
<quoted text>Just curious who you and your friends will report this to?
God?
naacp?
Mad?
Are you saying that a church that has a pastor, that stands uo and says that christians should vote no, on the sell of liquer is a crime?
political issue?
unless I hold a gun to someone and make them sign no, how can it be force?
What I can talk a man into, another man can talk him out of.
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