Canton

Canton, OH

#25366 Feb 13, 2014
Hey Stupid wrote:
<quoted text>
the mark of the beast is that of the devil. Lucifer.
Not Christ.
and yes you are dumber than a rock.
That's funny, because in the Bible, it says it is a "human number". Guess you know better than the Bible. VOID
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#25367 Feb 13, 2014
Canton wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh Reality Speaks. Perhaps my 12 solid years of theological studies is what makes me so dumb on these matters. VOID
Theological studies?

you mean elementary school.
middle school
and high school.

did you skip kindergarden or the 12th grade?

Are you now Bishop of the church in Canton too?

Who did you sleep with to get that job?
Canton

Canton, OH

#25368 Feb 13, 2014
My parking lot fisherman friend can't even keep his own fairytales straight. Good thing your parents didn't read you the Wizard of Oz when you were a child or you would be preaching to us the evils of flying monkeys in between your death threats.
kuda

Cincinnati, OH

#25369 Feb 13, 2014
Reality Speaks wrote:
<quoted text>
I am not so sure the mark of the beast is going to be a 666 tattoo.
right wing extremist definition being pro life......how extreme. My my the radicals are running wild now.
reasonably progressive meaning not wanting to be held responsible for your own actions?
I see no fun in my being forced by law to pay for your mistakes. You should not pay for mine either.
safety blankets promote bad behavior.
I was not thinking tattoo necessarily. What do you imagine the "mark of the beast" might be?

Not wanting to be held responsible for one's own actions is not a progressive value. It's an absurd misconception based on the faulty premise that helping others relieves them of their personal responsibilities. Good Samaritanism is one of those Christian values shared by many religious traditions. Only the likes of Rand Paul argue that Good Samaritans damage those they assist. Only extremists whine that they're communists. It's only political hyperbole to stir the least insightful among us to fervor sufficient to get them to vote against their own best interest and that of society in general. The faulty thinking behind the extremist rhetoric is that we all have complete control of our lives, so that there's no such thing as bad luck. Whenever misfortune strikes, it's our own fault and we deserve no mercy from others who have no obligation to help their fellow man and that doing so only encourages others to screw up their lives and become deadbeat takers on the public dole. Well, we all know the script and its key words. Basically, what's mine is mine (all mine, mwah-haa-haa) and what's your'n is....

Of course, by writing "reasonably progressive," I was definitely intending to be provocative.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#25370 Feb 13, 2014
Canton wrote:
My parking lot fisherman friend can't even keep his own fairytales straight. Good thing your parents didn't read you the Wizard of Oz when you were a child or you would be preaching to us the evils of flying monkeys in between your death threats.
so that is how you answer succinct questions regarding your extensive Christian studies you claim you possess?

see your post 2 above this one.

or was it my question of when you dropped out of educating yourself further?

my reply to your post 2 above this one.

I see you choose to spin as always.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#25371 Feb 13, 2014
kuda wrote:
<quoted text>
I was not thinking tattoo necessarily. What do you imagine the "mark of the beast" might be?
Not wanting to be held responsible for one's own actions is not a progressive value. It's an absurd misconception based on the faulty premise that helping others relieves them of their personal responsibilities. Good Samaritanism is one of those Christian values shared by many religious traditions. Only the likes of Rand Paul argue that Good Samaritans damage those they assist. Only extremists whine that they're communists. It's only political hyperbole to stir the least insightful among us to fervor sufficient to get them to vote against their own best interest and that of society in general. The faulty thinking behind the extremist rhetoric is that we all have complete control of our lives, so that there's no such thing as bad luck. Whenever misfortune strikes, it's our own fault and we deserve no mercy from others who have no obligation to help their fellow man and that doing so only encourages others to screw up their lives and become deadbeat takers on the public dole. Well, we all know the script and its key words. Basically, what's mine is mine (all mine, mwah-haa-haa) and what's your'n is....
Of course, by writing "reasonably progressive," I was definitely intending to be provocative.
provocative stirs debate, and purpose of this site.

old sayings..........

if you don't teach your children to work, then you are teaching them to steal.

if I give you a fish you are dependent on me, but if I teach you to fish you can always feed yourself.

self satisfaction comes from within

man who go to bed with itchy butt wake up with stinky fingers

Debate........

Luck.....I believe in luck, and I am the best weapon to improve my odds in finding luck.

Lucky is walking into a customer, and he is furious with my competition :)

Lucky is finding a $100 bill in your yard after the snow melted reveling it.:)

Lucky not to get hit in car accidents.

getting lucky on valentines day.

above is luck I have been working on recently.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#25372 Feb 13, 2014
Canton wrote:
<quoted text>
That's funny, because in the Bible, it says it is a "human number". Guess you know better than the Bible. VOID
Lucifer is marked 666.

I give him credit for being more imaginative than tattooing 666 on his mis-guided followers.

And the Bible speaks about the anti Christ's deception skill.

Void is Lucifer's followers..........my opinion due to what I was taught.
Canton

Canton, OH

#25373 Feb 13, 2014
Reality Speaks wrote:
<quoted text>
so that is how you answer succinct questions regarding your extensive Christian studies you claim you possess?
see your post 2 above this one.
or was it my question of when you dropped out of educating yourself further?
my reply to your post 2 above this one.
I see you choose to spin as always.
You got me. My great conspiracy is the fact that I attended a Christian school for 12 years, with extensive theological studies. Boy, you caught me there. I almost got away with my statements being...absolutely...correct? Like I said, you really showed me.
Funny though how you seem to look down on the Christian schooling I was raised with. I couldn't agree with you more.
Canton

Canton, OH

#25374 Feb 13, 2014
Reality Speaks wrote:
<quoted text>
Lucifer is marked 666.
I give him credit for being more imaginative than tattooing 666 on his mis-guided followers.
And the Bible speaks about the anti Christ's deception skill.
Void is Lucifer's followers..........my opinion due to what I was taught.
You are one kookie little fellow. Hey, while we are speaking gibberish about 3000 year old lice infested shepherds, care to show us the verse in the Bible where it states that the number of the beast is Lucifer's number? Bet you can't. That means you are personally making up sub stories to something that is already obviously the fables of old Jewish belief. Nothing unhinged about that...right? Hey, let's teach your personal version to the kids in public school science classes. Then they can all go on a parking lot field trip to fish for Marlin.
Canton

Canton, OH

#25375 Feb 13, 2014
Reality Speaks wrote:
<quoted text>
provocative stirs debate, and purpose of this site.
old sayings..........
if you don't teach your children to work, then you are teaching them to steal.
if I give you a fish you are dependent on me, but if I teach you to fish you can always feed yourself.
self satisfaction comes from within
man who go to bed with itchy butt wake up with stinky fingers
Debate........
Luck.....I believe in luck, and I am the best weapon to improve my odds in finding luck.
Lucky is walking into a customer, and he is furious with my competition :)
Lucky is finding a $100 bill in your yard after the snow melted reveling it.:)
Lucky not to get hit in car accidents.
getting lucky on valentines day.
above is luck I have been working on recently.
Nothing to debate

Crazy is the man who thinks armed citizens would be rioting in the streets if Obama got re-elected.
Crazy is the man who thinks Texas would be divided into 5 states.
Crazy is the man who makes public online death threats, in an age where nothing ever goes away.
Crazy is the man who claims he is walking some righteous path with his views on abortion, yet gleefully votes for Mitt Romney, who made 50 million dollars off the abortion trade. I wonder if Obama did that, anyone would get their feathers ruffled?
Crazy is the man who claims to have been fishing for Marlin and standing in a parking lot in Ohio at the same time.
Crazy is the man who claimed Romney would win by a landslide.
Crazy is the man who questions others maturity, after he personally wrote "Then you do the diarrhea dance, It's where you go poopie in your pants".
Crazy is the man who does all of the above, and then asks others how it feels to be wrong all the time.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#25376 Feb 13, 2014
Canton wrote:
<quoted text>
You got me. My great conspiracy is the fact that I attended a Christian school for 12 years, with extensive theological studies. Boy, you caught me there. I almost got away with my statements being...absolutely...correct? Like I said, you really showed me.
Funny though how you seem to look down on the Christian schooling I was raised with. I couldn't agree with you more.
a whole 12 years of school in a row.....wow

some accomplishment.

can you perform math equations and write grocery lists too?

if you can, then you fit in the top 40% of all High school graduates.

Catholic elementary school does not make you an expert in religion, and you dropped out.

preliminary school is all you completed, unless you went to kindergarden. If so you dropped out your senior year.

To earn a college degree, you missed years of Formal Education. 4 at minimum. Those at the age when the brain is developing.

Formal education is very different from Nuns teaching you to tie your shoes, and draw within lines.

sorry you missed it....I am sure it was someone else's fault.
Old Guy

Cincinnati, OH

#25377 Feb 13, 2014
Reality Speaks wrote:
<quoted text>

When you say I am mad, the trolls on here are a plague ruining this country
Your anger only hurts you, not them.

Proverbs 11:17
"When you’re kind to others, you help yourself;
when you’re cruel to others, you hurt yourself."

http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/...
woo-boy

Waverly, OH

#25378 Feb 13, 2014
Reality Speaks wrote:
<quoted text>
It is 5:30 Am, and I took a break from Topix, and will again till tomorrow AM.
When you say I am mad, the trolls on here are a plague ruining this country
All your above excuses for deviant behavior are excuses.
Maybe AIDS infected people need banned from public places and all hospitals and clinics?
a needle may stick an uninfected person.
with guns the thought of someone shooting someone has people wanting a ban, but there is far greater chance of getting AIDS at the hospital because of some deviants bedroom play.
OOps, another lie. It's now 2:15 P.M. and you are still on here lying and even changing into Hey Stupid (well, that does fit you to a T)
woo-boy

Waverly, OH

#25379 Feb 13, 2014
Reality Speaks wrote:
<quoted text>
a whole 12 years of school in a row.....wow
some accomplishment.
can you perform math equations and write grocery lists too?
if you can, then you fit in the top 40% of all High school graduates.
Catholic elementary school does not make you an expert in religion, and you dropped out.
preliminary school is all you completed, unless you went to kindergarden. If so you dropped out your senior year.
To earn a college degree, you missed years of Formal Education. 4 at minimum. Those at the age when the brain is developing.
Formal education is very different from Nuns teaching you to tie your shoes, and draw within lines.
sorry you missed it....I am sure it was someone else's fault.
BUT, BUT, you admitted to being home-schooled and having an affair with mommy. Ooops, I meant teacher.
mutt

Chillicothe, OH

#25380 Feb 13, 2014
kuda wrote:
Even better, it would finally put an end to the myth of identity itself. All bearers would think and speak alike the words of the same script without any hint of pretense of possessing separate souls — just one folk, one leader, one nation under god with liberty and justice for all. God bless America and Rush Limbaugh. Mega-kudos, mien leader!
I'm not aware of any conservative politician (or republican, for that matter) that would advocate that. However, I found out yesterday that Obama has created his own law that makes it illegal for a business to lay off workers in order to avoid the ObamaCare mandate. Any business that lays off employees, and, as a result, escapes the mandates, has to sign a statement, under penalty of perjury, that they didn't do it because of ObamaCare.
http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/feb/...

So, that's illegal on several levels. First, you have Obama making laws. The president isn't the legislative branch -- he's the executive branch. Then, you have the govt threatening to punish a business for making a financial decision it was forced to make because of heavy mandates imposed on it by said govt. Then, the govt bullies the business into silence by threatening legal action, if the business tells the truth about its motives for the lay offs. You don't see these as totalitarian actions?

Are you so hung up on whatever prejudices you have against God and/or republicans, that you're missing what's going on right under your nose?
mutt

Chillicothe, OH

#25381 Feb 13, 2014
Canton wrote:
"More gay references"-Mutt
No, that was a link from CNS. Here's a gay reference for you:

AIDS remains a gay disease
http://www.washingtonblade.com/2010/09/23/hiv...

What's your problem, anyway? Are gay news sources not credible?
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#25382 Feb 13, 2014
Old Guy wrote:
<quoted text>
Your anger only hurts you, not them.
Proverbs 11:17
"When you’re kind to others, you help yourself;
when you’re cruel to others, you hurt yourself."
http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/...
then introduce pot to kettle.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#25383 Feb 13, 2014
woo-boy wrote:
<quoted text>BUT, BUT, you admitted to being home-schooled and having an affair with mommy. Ooops, I meant teacher.
except except except except I was not home schooled, and you are a punk.

you still burning tires for heat?
mutt

Chillicothe, OH

#25386 Feb 13, 2014
woo-boy wrote:
BUT, BUT, you admitted to being home-schooled and having an affair with mommy. Ooops, I meant teacher.
You little Nazis must be bad parents, if you think your kids are better off being raised by the govt than by you.
woo-boy

Waverly, OH

#25388 Feb 13, 2014
woo-boy wrote:
<quoted text>A gem of wisdom from a TonkaToyTruckload of an idiot.
The sentence structure part of that home-schooling you had didn't work out to well.
I guess paying attention would be hard when you were having an affair with the teacher.
Bump.

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