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Messianic Jews say they are persecuted in Israel

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Since: May 12

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#55062 Jun 16, 2013
former res wrote:
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Thinking "the thoughts of ordinary people are ridiculous" is smug and ridiculous in itself.
As Dickens said, "Mankind is our business!"
Statements such as yours sound elitist in the worst way. Not admirable but beneath scorn.
You sound so low you could walk under a snake with a high hat on.
I believe you only understand them because you were treated badly at school.
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I can believe you think that.
<quoted text>
Here children and old people eat very early.
When I said, "But Mom, in Rome they don't go out to eat until much later," my 80-year-old mother replied, "Well, you're not in Rome!"
Not much I could say to that.
Like if an ordinary and adult person expresses his thoughts about politic, literature, science, math, religion etc, but in the other side there are 11-15 years kids acting like if they are adults. That person would find their thoughts to be childish, poor, pathetic and low in reasoning for the most parts.

The same feelings that person has talking with them kids are more or less the same of a Mensa talking with ordinary people.

Since: May 12

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#55063 Jun 16, 2013
former res wrote:
<quoted text>
If you don't trust Wikipedia, then I suggest you don't use it.
Everything needs to be footnoted/sourced - just like any other encyclopedia.
No doubt there are things you believe in that I do not.
So I guess we're even.
I never said I don't trust Wikipedia. The issue was another thing.

The footnoted and sourced are needed just to know whether or not that particular sentence is genuine. But the source doesn't assure you the sentence is true.

And this is valid not just for Wikipedia but to all encyclopedias and books.
HughBe

Kingston, Jamaica

#55064 Jun 16, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
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At least I have the balls to be worked on.
Frijoles---Kiss your tushie. And then fick off.

HughBe--- Go get another circumcision :D

Frijoles---You are in luck today!

HughBe--- Will you be getting your Male Laser Lift before or after the circumcision?

Frijoles---At least I have the balls to be worked on.

HughBe--- New word, gratitude. Recall, I took a speck of my BALLS and gave to you and so I am not surprised by the PRIDE that you now display.

Since: May 12

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#55065 Jun 16, 2013
CORRECTION POST #55063

I never said I don't trust Wikipedia. The issue was another thing.

The footnotes and sources are needed just to know whether or not that particular sentence was invented out of nothing. But the source doesn't assure you what was said is true.

And this is valid not just for Wikipedia but to all encyclopedias and books.
HughBe

Kingston, Jamaica

#55066 Jun 16, 2013
former res wrote:
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Do you also see dead people?
HughBe---I see clubs on Topix.

Former---Do you also see dead people?

HughBe--- Yes, living dead and you know this personally.

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

Since: Sep 11

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#55067 Jun 16, 2013
STEFANO COLONNA wrote:
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Like if an ordinary and adult person expresses his thoughts about politic, literature, science, math, religion etc, but in the other side there are 11-15 years kids acting like if they are adults. That person would find their thoughts to be childish, poor, pathetic and low in reasoning for the most parts.
The same feelings that person has talking with them kids are more or less the same of a Mensa talking with ordinary people.
You crack me up

You REALLY think that Mensa people are more sophisticated?

Hint- FR, COR and I all qualify to be members. And I suspect so does Rick Moss.

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

Since: Sep 11

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#55068 Jun 16, 2013
STEFANO COLONNA wrote:
CORRECTION POST #55063
I never said I don't trust Wikipedia. The issue was another thing.
The footnotes and sources are needed just to know whether or not that particular sentence was invented out of nothing. But the source doesn't assure you what was said is true.
And this is valid not just for Wikipedia but to all encyclopedias and books.
Us ordinary people have the ability to filter, interpret, and apply what we read.

Its called putting things into "perspective".
HughBe

Kingston, Jamaica

#55069 Jun 16, 2013
HughBe---God made nothing flawed. Why do you consider your ability to choose as a FLAW? Explain.

Former---Being gay is not a choice or what people do.It is who they are.

HughBe--- No doubt in your world it is like you being WHITE. In my world there is a difference between you being white which is a function of GENES while your homosexual ways have nothing to do GENES. Instead it has to do with a CORRUPTED mind.

Again, Why do you consider your ability to choose as a FLAW?

Former---You need to open your mind.

HughBe--- You need to close your rear asset except when expelling otherwise you will be completely filled.

Former---Do not believe everything your preacher and
your "sacred" texts tell you.

HughBe--- What a flocking idiotic question. I don't esteem the opinion of any man. On the other hand I believe every God Almighty thing in the Tanach and the NT.

HughBe--- Some will say that you were and are a mistake but be comforted God did not make you.

Former---God did not make man?

HughBe--- God did not make YOU. God made a man.

Former---Are we an accident of nature?

HughBe--- Unlike you I am not an accident or a mistake.

Former--Gay people to you are not "normal" and they carry out sinful activity.

HughBe--- NORMAL in what way? ALL straight people carry out sinful activities.

Former--You said what they did was not normal.

HughBe--- read with more care.

Former---I am speaking of the specific sins of gay people.

HughBe--- Every sin is a sin. The sin of homosexuality SHALL always be a sin. Your fellows can call it acts of righteousness if they want to but it shall always be a sin.

Former---As you define it and them.

HughBe--- Youngster, I have not defined anything God did. Now go curse or CORRECT Him.

Former---So why would god create such people with such a loathsome lifestyle?

HughBe--- He wanted THINKERS and people who would of their own free will CHOOSE the good over the bad.

Former---Gay people do not make the choice to be gay.

HughBe--- Prove your LIE. Cite the scientific evidence that says that homosexuality is traced to a gene. Have you ever heard about diabetes? Can it be traced to genes?

Former---The same god who created you, correct?

HughBe--- No god created me.

Former--Again, do you not believe that god created man?

HughBe--- NO
Voluntarist

United States

#55070 Jun 16, 2013
Rick Moss wrote:
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How about proof that a homophobic libertarian is an oxymoron?
Are you homophobic?
HughBe

Kingston, Jamaica

#55071 Jun 16, 2013
JOEL wrote:
ANOTHER SO-CALLED TOUGH MENSA QUESTION:
Complete the number series:
1, 2, 4, 7, 11,?, 22.
(Give the logic)
Indeed a very tough MENSA question but here is the answer. It is 16

Count the items starting with number 2. Add the counting numbers to the previous number e.g. to the FIRST one in the series add the first counting number 1. So 1+1=2.
JOEL

Mumbai, India

#55072 Jun 16, 2013
HUGH dear:

Is nCr = nPr/r !?

On a more serious note - if food is all about nutrients - proteins, vitamins, carbs, fats, minerals, etc - would it make a difference if I begin eating non-veg food?

One thing, however - the yogic force is heavy on me and keeps descending with all its attendant manifestations - heat, light, sound, indrawn state of consciousness and so on - into my body at regular intervals and so I am unsure what effect non-vegetarian food would have on my body and consciousness.

Please consider the fact that my body is hypersensitive due to the yogic experiences.

My pals are urging me to eat some non-veg food now that I have dumped that monster of a master.

Thus, in evaluating the reaction of non-veg food in my body you'll have to take into account its efffect on body/consciousness.

Besides, would the vibes of murder that get imprinted in the molecular vibrations of the flesh, affect my state of mind as it's likely to?

The ethical factor is another consideration though this would not pose such a big problem since, over billions of years till now , given the present evolutionary state of consciousness in the terrestrial nature, killing and death are part and parcel of existence - man kills man, man kills lower life forms, carnivores kill herbivores and omnivores, bacteria/viruses kill organisms, natural calamities kill species, accidents kills life forms, wear and tear and decomposition kills living things and so on.

Vegatarianism, too, involves killing of rodents, micro-organism, weeds and other entities that interfere with crop growth.

Would you care to respond? If uninterested, it's perfectly ok with me.

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

Since: Sep 11

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#55073 Jun 16, 2013
JOEL wrote:
HUGH dear:
My pals are urging me to eat some non-veg food now that I have dumped that monster of a master.
You celebrate dumping your master by eating animal flesh? There is something astoundingly poetic about that gesture.

Human sacrifice is but a short way down the slippery slope.
JOEL

Mumbai, India

#55074 Jun 16, 2013
HughBe wrote:
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Indeed a very tough MENSA question but here is the answer. It is 16

Count the items starting with number 2. Add the counting numbers to the previous number e.g. to the FIRST one in the series add the first counting number 1. So 1+1=2.
For a black bum, you're quite "clever", ha.

Why such a complicated approach to solving such a simple series?

the given series is:

1, 2, 4, 7, 11,?, 22.

The easy way is this:

2 - 1 = 1

4 -2 = 2

7 - 4 = 3

11 - 7 = 4

?- 11 = 5 and so ? should be 11 + 5 = 16

22 - 16 = 6.

ANSWER: So,?= 16
JOEL

Mumbai, India

#55075 Jun 16, 2013
Ya Ma.

(chuckles)
JOEL

Mumbai, India

#55076 Jun 16, 2013
I've put in 9 hours of serious study today. I'll study for another 2 or 3 hours and then relax. Dinner first. It's raining heavily in Mumbai. Bye. Later.
HughBe

Kingston, Jamaica

#55077 Jun 16, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
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You celebrate dumping your master by eating animal flesh? There is something astoundingly poetic about that gesture.
Human sacrifice is but a short way down the slippery slope.
Leave him alone, he shall be much better off when he starts to EAT flesh.
HughBe

Kingston, Jamaica

#55078 Jun 16, 2013
JOEL wrote:
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For a black bum, you're quite "clever", ha.
Why such a complicated approach to solving such a simple series?
the given series is:
1, 2, 4, 7, 11,?, 22.
The easy way is this:
2 - 1 = 1
4 -2 = 2
7 - 4 = 3
11 - 7 = 4
?- 11 = 5 and so ? should be 11 + 5 = 16
22 - 16 = 6.
ANSWER: So,?= 16
Sweet Joel, I am BLACK almost like tar but I am not a bum.

I am not "clever" I am what I am.

Finally dear, your "complicated approach" is my simplification.

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

Since: Sep 11

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#55079 Jun 16, 2013
former res wrote:
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Do you also see dead people?
http://www.salon.com/2013/06/16/if_i_die_face...

Now the dead can send Facebook messages too

A new app lets users record video messages that are released to friends and family postmortem
HughBe

Kingston, Jamaica

#55080 Jun 16, 2013
JOEL wrote:
HUGH dear:
Is nCr = nPr/r !?
On a more serious note - if food is all about nutrients - proteins, vitamins, carbs, fats, minerals, etc - would it make a difference if I begin eating non-veg food?
One thing, however - the yogic force is heavy on me and keeps descending with all its attendant manifestations - heat, light, sound, indrawn state of consciousness and so on - into my body at regular intervals and so I am unsure what effect non-vegetarian food would have on my body and consciousness.
Please consider the fact that my body is hypersensitive due to the yogic experiences.
My pals are urging me to eat some non-veg food now that I have dumped that monster of a master.
Thus, in evaluating the reaction of non-veg food in my body you'll have to take into account its efffect on body/consciousness.
Besides, would the vibes of murder that get imprinted in the molecular vibrations of the flesh, affect my state of mind as it's likely to?
The ethical factor is another consideration though this would not pose such a big problem since, over billions of years till now , given the present evolutionary state of consciousness in the terrestrial nature, killing and death are part and parcel of existence - man kills man, man kills lower life forms, carnivores kill herbivores and omnivores, bacteria/viruses kill organisms, natural calamities kill species, accidents kills life forms, wear and tear and decomposition kills living things and so on.
Vegatarianism, too, involves killing of rodents, micro-organism, weeds and other entities that interfere with crop growth.
Would you care to respond? If uninterested, it's perfectly ok with me.
Joel---On a more serious note - if food is all about nutrients - proteins, vitamins, carbs, fats, minerals, etc - would it make a difference if I begin eating non-veg food?

Hugh--- Yes as balance is important. However, the quality of what you eat makes a difference. Stay away from GMO foods.


Joel---One thing, however - the yogic force is heavy on me and keeps descending with all its attendant manifestations - heat, light, sound, indrawn state of consciousness and so on - into my body at regular intervals and so I am unsure what effect non-vegetarian food would have on my body and consciousness.

Hugh--- it will strengthen it.

Joel---Please consider the fact that my body is hypersensitive due to the yogic experiences.

Hugh--- So body and mind have something in common.:D

Joel---My pals are urging me to eat some non-veg food now that I have dumped that monster of a master.

Hugh--- Nothing is wrong with their suggestion just be careful with your choices.

Joel---Besides, would the vibes of murder that get imprinted in the molecular vibrations of the flesh, affect my state of mind as it's likely to?

HughBe--- What murder are you talking about? Do cows murder?

Joel---Vegatarianism, too, involves killing of rodents, micro-organism, weeds and other entities that interfere with crop growth.

Hugh--- What about the vegetable itself? Is it not KILLED?

Finally, even if you start eating meat ensure that you still consume lots of vegetables.
HughBe

Kingston, Jamaica

#55081 Jun 16, 2013
Bi and bye

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