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Messianic Jews say they are persecuted in Israel

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#60729 Oct 16, 2013
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
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I usually never refer to wiki.
Show me where I have cut and pasted.
Regarding the universe being an open, closed or isolated system - I first said it was a closed system since I was thinking about the multiverse (or about higher dimensions that exceed the 4-dimensional universe excluding the claims of strings that posits 11 or so dimensions for our universe) with which exchanges of energy could take place and later clarified that by stating that our universe is isolated if the multiverse did not exist. Finally, I said it could not be deciphered experimentally if our universe was closed or isolated as these are only speculations.
Now, get down to solving those basic problems in math and physics and don't come out with incorrect answers like that grade 7 question on the chocolates which you got wrong.
Where did you see above in my post I named Wiki? You are stupid enough to make a fool of yourself.

As for the kind of system the universe belong to, well the problem was that you have made two mistake, one concerning a big mistake about one of the most famous law of Physics and then a giant contradiction, and it required different posts before you move from there, but then you came out with an excuse. Here I read you were thinking about a multiverse? LOL. That's good one.

Sorry but what is this nonsense? You wrote: "I was thinking about the multiverse (or about higher dimensions that exceed the 4-dimensional universe excluding the claims of strings that posits 11 or so dimensions for our universe) with which exchanges of energy could take place and later clarified that by stating that our universe is isolated if the multiverse did not exist."

Are you try to convince me or yourself? You have no good basis of Physics. So if the theory of strings was excluded what about the bosonic theory of string with his 26 dimensions? LOL

However I remember chatting with you about that, Alex and me had a good long laugh.
HughBe

Kingston, Jamaica

#60730 Oct 16, 2013
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
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LOL.
Which designer?
Does any self-respecting designer sell a suit as low as $ 1000?
LOL.
Are your suits pret or haute?
HughBe--- I have designer suits that cost US$1000.00 or approximately and other designer clothes.
LOL.

Joel---Which designer?

Hugh---Versace Collections, as one example.

Joel---Does any self-respecting designer sell a suit as low as
$ 1000? LOL.

Hugh--- It seems that your knowledge is not based on ACTUAL experience.


Joel---Are your suits pret or haute?

Hugh--- See above
yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#60731 Oct 16, 2013
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
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Ok, but then how is it that your foundation in Math, Physics and Chemistry is so weak - your foundation in these key subjects is not good even for high school level.
Well, anyway, I guess this is the way things work out in the US where just a handful of qualified people have strong basics and good creative skills while the others who have grad degrees flounder where the ordinary basics are concerned. I have personally interacted with many American grad students at IIT and before IIT days and a few years ago as well and have invariably found most of them seriously lacking in the basics - they have such a weak foundation in Math and Science that we'd wonder at the quality of the US educational system and laugh out loud. No wonder, Asian students are outperforming native Americans at universities and labs in the US.
I've heard that America's most meritocratic school, Caltech, where they're no hidden quotas for Jews, Hispanics and Blacks - all of whom underperform academically and have low SAT scores - is 40 % Asian.
Yes, Caltech is 40% Asian - this is what I've heard - and that a cap had to be put on Asian admissions by the administrators or else they feared the Asian students would have taken nearly 75% of the seats at this most prestigious US university.
The US Math, Physics, Chem and Bio teams for the international Olympiads is almost fully Asian and so are most Intel science talent search winners.
Anyway, Rabbee, congratulations on earning multiple masters and doctorate degrees. LOL.
Best Regards.
rabbee: what don't you understand, about tired and retired? if you don't use it, you begin to lose it. and only then find out, how irrelevant that anti-kodacrome education was any way. my interests and priorities, have changed.

besides the only thing a degree is good for, is to get you in the front door. and today they prefer you have an associates degree, than having to retrain a harder headed phd. college education, is not work experience. so i had and advantage at the time, to always have a job related to my college interests. but it's, over now. all the good milk, has been spilt. and i am not returning to those, bygone interests.
yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#60732 Oct 16, 2013
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
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The Asuras (Adverse Beings of the Vital Plane) attack, kill and torture anyone who exposes their shortcomings and evil...
rabbee: no! i do not believe G-D, is the one with all the shortcomings. no matter how much your shortcoming proclaims otherwise.

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#60733 Oct 16, 2013
But you are bi-polar, whether you accept it or not
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
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So, anyone like me who regularly experiences the higher states of consciousness-force with the concomitant adverse force attacks that periodically keep manifesting their own deleterious symptoms in the body of the yogi is bi-polar?
The only thing you regularly experience is Topix. So unless the higher states of consciousness-force is an alternative name for it, no one knows what are you talking about.

In your slang adverse force attacks means posters who opnely disagree with you.

See, now all makes sense.
Voluntarist

United States

#60734 Oct 16, 2013
Report: NBC Edits Video to Frame Veterans
Maddow selectively edits clip to demonize peaceful activism
Adan Salazar
Infowars.com
Oct. 15, 2013
MSNBC has been caught airing a deceptively edited video of a rally that took place in Washington
D.C. over the weekend, in addition to flagrantly lying to its viewers.
Raw footage of the protests outside the gates of the White House showed hyped-up riot police
striking and shoving elderly war vets.
However, in a segment produced by MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow, only two-thirds of the footage was
shown, making it appear as though veterans initiated the confrontations.
Just as we witnessed during the Trayvon Martin affair, NBC has once again utilized selective editing
techniques in attempts to manipulate its target audience, omitting violence on the part of police in
order to demonize protesters who dared to defend themselves against the barrage of assaults – both
to their bodies and their liberties.
Maddow also played the rally off as a small gathering of fringe Tea Party supporters, in efforts to
dismiss legitimate protests through divide and conquer.
In reality, the demonstration, for the most part, was a non-partisan assembly of vets and
concerned citizens infuriated with the Obama administration’s spiteful decision to barricade
national war memorials.
Maddow followed through with a p
ently dishonest statement that the police featured weren’t
being paid.
In

http://www.infowars.com/report-nbc-edits-vide...
yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#60735 Oct 16, 2013
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
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With 30 years spent in higher education, your foundation in Math, Physics and Chem should have been strong, real strong, but the fact is that you cannot answer the most ordinary questions in any of these subjects.
(smiles)
rabbee: well first of all, your not even close to being my teacher. and what don't you understand, i don't really care that much anymore. wait until you get as old as i am, then tell me if you care anymore?
yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#60736 Oct 16, 2013
STEFANO COLONNA wrote:
But you are bi-polar, whether you accept it or not
<quoted text>
The only thing you regularly experience is Topix. So unless the higher states of consciousness-force is an alternative name for it, no one knows what are you talking about.
In your slang adverse force attacks means posters who opnely disagree with you.
See, now all makes sense.
rabbee: that and his delusion, thinks this is his math class.

“No Allah: know peace”

Since: Jun 07

A sacred grove in Tujunga, CA

#60737 Oct 16, 2013
From waaaaaayyyyyyyy back on 11 Oct...
Voluntarist wrote:
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Wow I have allowed you to side step the question.
The question was, cant people be moral and ethical without government?
Individuals can, groups cannot.

“Act Interdimensional ly”

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#60738 Oct 16, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
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I bet he wears Jordache
Proud of my Lee jeans.$9.99 at Penny's -- on sale.

“Act Interdimensional ly”

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#60739 Oct 16, 2013
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
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...Pret a porter is passe and much cheaper than haute wear...
I hate it when people misuse the French. Haute simply means "high", as in high-class. And pret-a-porter means ready-to-wear.

So, haute and pret-a-porter aren't mutually exclusive. Most haute designers have a pret-a-porter line (or several lines). Any designer who is a member of Federation Francaise de la couture (Valentino, Paco Rabanne, Chanel ...) can claim the title "haute".

What you probably meant to say is "pret-a-porter is much cheaper than bespoke". Or, ready-to-wear is cheaper than custom made. Even that isn't necessarily true. It depends on who is making the clothes. An off-the-rack suit by Valentino could easily cost more than a bespoke Saville Row suit. Price isn't necessarily a indication of quality.

Follow up point. People who constantly talk about the prices of their "haute" clothing typically don't own any haute clothing.

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

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#60740 Oct 16, 2013
Rick Moss wrote:
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I hate it when people misuse the French. Haute simply means "high", as in high-class. And pret-a-porter means ready-to-wear.
So, haute and pret-a-porter aren't mutually exclusive. Most haute designers have a pret-a-porter line (or several lines). Any designer who is a member of Federation Francaise de la couture (Valentino, Paco Rabanne, Chanel ...) can claim the title "haute".
What you probably meant to say is "pret-a-porter is much cheaper than bespoke". Or, ready-to-wear is cheaper than custom made. Even that isn't necessarily true. It depends on who is making the clothes. An off-the-rack suit by Valentino could easily cost more than a bespoke Saville Row suit. Price isn't necessarily a indication of quality.
Follow up point. People who constantly talk about the prices of their "haute" clothing typically don't own any haute clothing.
Brilliant and fabulous!

Your hired as my fashion consultant.

Even if you do wear Lees (better than Jordache)

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

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#60741 Oct 16, 2013
Honestly, I had no idea they still sold Jordache jeans. (they do according to google) That was a joke from my middle school years.

“No Allah: know peace”

Since: Jun 07

A sacred grove in Tujunga, CA

#60742 Oct 16, 2013
Voluntarist wrote:
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And it doesn't matter, the Whitehouse was out promoting free health insurance, and lets face it, those idiots on public assistance think that everything is free.
The poor have had free health care for many decades. All they need to do is walk into any emergency room at any hospital, and thy get their medical care free. The downside (for all of us) is that by doing so, they clog the emergency system with non-emergency needs - or, far worse - they wait until a minor problem really IS an emergency situation, and then their free treatment ends up costing thousands of dollars more.
Giving them a single payer plan with preventative care would be cheaper...

“Act Interdimensional ly”

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#60743 Oct 16, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
Honestly, I had no idea they still sold Jordache jeans.(they do according to google) That was a joke from my middle school years.
Truth be told -- when I do wear jeans, they're Levis. There's just something about that name that appeals to me.
Voluntarist

Norway

#60744 Oct 16, 2013
Liam R wrote:
From waaaaaayyyyyyyy back on 11 Oct...
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Individuals can, groups cannot.
What types of groups?
Voluntarist

Norway

#60745 Oct 16, 2013
Liam R wrote:
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The poor have had free health care for many decades. All they need to do is walk into any emergency room at any hospital, and thy get their medical care free. The downside (for all of us) is that by doing so, they clog the emergency system with non-emergency needs - or, far worse - they wait until a minor problem really IS an emergency situation, and then their free treatment ends up costing thousands of dollars more.
Giving them a single payer plan with preventative care would be cheaper...
And would also give government too much control.
nutjobs here

Israel

#60746 Oct 16, 2013
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
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What's wrong with my assertions about Zionist control of key global institutions? I can back up my claims with proof and strong leads just as it can easily be shown that the bible preaches evil.
You claim to be able to back up what you say but never seem to actually back it up or give any real information.

First you have to define Zionism.

According to the definition of Zionism it is one who basically supports Israels right to exist. So do you include everyone who supports Israels right to exist in your global conspiracy?

Next prove that those you consider "in control" are actually Zionists and in control. You also have to show how those with totally opposite agendas are working together. What makes these people more Zionist than something else possibly political outlook.

For someone who loves to portray himself as genius you seem to be thinking too much and lost your way or just full of hate seemingly based on ignorance.

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

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#60747 Oct 16, 2013
Dr. Paul: Not board-certified, but self-certified

http://www.salon.com/2010/06/14/rand_2/

Libertarian ideology rejects most of the modern regulatory systems that protect consumers, because everyone should be responsible for determining whether the hamburger contains E. coli on his own. But does that do-it-yourself dogma apply to the regulation of medicine, too? If you’re Dr. Rand Paul, practicing ophthalmologist, the answer is emphatically yes.

According to an amusing story in today’s Louisville Courier-Journal, the Kentucky Republican Senate candidate bills himself as a “board-certified” physician even though he is not actually certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology — the only recognized body that certifies doctors in his specialty......

“Act Interdimensional ly”

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#60748 Oct 16, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
Dr. Paul: Not board-certified, but self-certified
http://www.salon.com/2010/06/14/rand_2/
Libertarian ideology rejects most of the modern regulatory systems that protect consumers, because everyone should be responsible for determining whether the hamburger contains E. coli on his own. But does that do-it-yourself dogma apply to the regulation of medicine, too? If you’re Dr. Rand Paul, practicing ophthalmologist, the answer is emphatically yes.
According to an amusing story in today’s Louisville Courier-Journal, the Kentucky Republican Senate candidate bills himself as a “board-certified” physician even though he is not actually certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology — the only recognized body that certifies doctors in his specialty......
Just to be clear here, American Board of Ophthalmology is a private, not government organization.

The idea behind a more Libertarian government is not to eliminate government (that is anarchy). However, there are limits to what a government can and should provide to it's people. Both fiscal and moral limits. The idea behind Libertarianism is to increasingly allow the private sector to provide public services better and cheaper than can be done by the public sector.

Some people inherently don't trust private organizations to serve the public trust. But, I'd speculate an equal and growing number of people don't trust the public sector to serve the public trust as well.

I'm more than willing to discuss the pros and cons of Libertarian philosophy if we eliminate conspiracy theory and communist plots from the rhetoric (that part isn't aimed at you, Mr Bean)

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