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#67110 Feb 8, 2014
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Would you consider yourself atheist/agnostic?
God and Gods are mere mental concepts that have taken firm root in the collective subconscious of believers but in objective reality there's nothing like God or Gods.

Everything is in existence is energy/matter and an emergent consciousness due to organization/activity of energy/matter of a system.

I am more concerned about investigating the various states of consciousness as emergent phenomenon of brain activity and i must say that I am not disappointed with my experiences and findings...

“Act Interdimensional ly”

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#67111 Feb 8, 2014
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Love that show.
Did as a kid and still enjoy it today.
One of the cars they used was an AMC Matador! Still managed to look cool.
"One Adam-12, respond code 3!"
They didn't get the AMC until the last two or three seasons. Interesting bit of trivia. Malloy's personal car in the series is an AMC (although they logo is covered) and there is a running bit in the series where it's always in the shop. After AMC began sponsoring the cars they stopped bashing his car.

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#67112 Feb 8, 2014
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Would you like to see a war between the US and Israel?

Do you think this is likely? Why or why not?
I am against wars and false flags that lead to staged wars..

The US and Israel are close allies because of the Jewish lobby and the influence of the Zio-Christian pressure groups in the US and in Europe.

I don't foresee a war between the US and Israel.

Israel is more a global pariah and a parasite state.

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#67113 Feb 8, 2014
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Nursing is noble profession.
Yes, nursing is as noble as other menial services like sweeping, serving at tables, garbage collection and the like.

Well, each to his own profession depending on aspiration, aptitude and circumstances.

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#67114 Feb 8, 2014
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And in this county, it is a good profession that has job security and decent compensation.
Yes, in the US, nursing, baby sitting, pole dancing, working as a stripper in a night club, acting in porn flicks, dish washing and the like are well paying professions.

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#67115 Feb 8, 2014
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What do you do?
I don't need to work for a living as my late parents left behind more than enough money to last many generations. Academically, I have a master's degree in a physical science from the IIT. In the past, I have taught high school and college students hailing from poor families and trained them for the IIT JEE. I don't do that any more.

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#67116 Feb 8, 2014
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What have you ever done for your fellow man?
Each one has to help himself though valuable help in the form of material resources and sound advice may be given to those seeking these. I am doing all of this.

Due to the yogic force that's active in me, I have since the past few weeks taken up the task of helping a 9 year old boy hailing from a poor family (a driver's son) to recover from a form of retardation which I suspect is Down's Syndrome given his physical and mental disabilities. Under the influence of the yogic force that I direct into his brain cells with specific movements, he's showing signs of marked recovery and his facial features are becoming quite normal, the mental faculties are improving and his speech is getting coherent. His parents are amazed...

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#67117 Feb 8, 2014
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Observations on your post:

1. On the internet, you are what is called a true "flame thrower." You see to be spewing vitriol and verbal poison in a most unpleasant manner. Your comments about Frijoles are without foundation, over the top, and out of line. Your are eminently worthy of being ignored as you appear to be a troll. And we all know the best approach there: Don not feed the troll.
2. Re: your comments on the nature of god, you're preaching to the choir. Common sense in my book, bigger dunce.

As I've said in the past, you are riff raff and low down the scale intellectually, culturally and socioeconomically.

Anyway, warm regards.

“Act Interdimensional ly”

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#67118 Feb 8, 2014
Got Comic Con 2014 tickets! In your faces, mortals!

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#67119 Feb 8, 2014
Hi gay nurse. Still playing with your girlie dolls and with the penises of your male patients whose rears you clean as part of your duties? LOL.

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#67120 Feb 8, 2014
Love is blind!
former res

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#67121 Feb 8, 2014
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Be careful with the salt. I always clean my dogs paws off when we come back in.
I'm waiting excitedly for the UPS truck to arrive. Ordered a pair of slip-on snow shoes from LL Bean. Will make going in and out a lot easier.
We used the salt sparingly when we had the dogs. We're "between dogs" for a few years now. Had a neighbor who used special pet-friendly deicer on her walk and driveway.

Those little booties are good for keeping mud out of the house too. LL Bean rules!
former res

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#67122 Feb 8, 2014
Un-Cool Joel:

1. Your supposed examples of Frijoles' lapse in ethics are more likely an honest difference of opinion. Best to move on from this.

2. You failed to respond: Are you an atheist? If not, what are you? No double talk please.

3. Thanks for your response on Israel. Would you consider yourself an anti-Semite, as you certainly sound like one. Anti-Christian as well?

4. Re: nursing et al, do you find yourself looking down your nose at many professions, faiths, people? You truly seem like lovely company!

5. Regarding your inherited wealth: You are a good example of how inherited wealth can hurt a person. I think it was Warren Buffet who said leave enough for your kids to do something but not so much for them to do nothing.(I also hold a master in science degree and have taught.)

6. Your work with the 9-year-old boy sounds very good indeed. And I'm sure it is rewarding for you in its own right.(Nurses BTW have many opportunities on the job to positively affect the lives of children and adults alike.)

My bottom line suggestion for you:

Do more of #6 and less of #1 through #5.

Have a nice day!
former res

Cheshire, CT

#67123 Feb 8, 2014
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They didn't get the AMC until the last two or three seasons. Interesting bit of trivia. Malloy's personal car in the series is an AMC (although they logo is covered) and there is a running bit in the series where it's always in the shop. After AMC began sponsoring the cars they stopped bashing his car.
That's right, it was definitely one of the later ones I was watching and realized I couldn't recognize the car - which is unusual for me. And when I looked it up I was like "No wonder!"

AMC's were relatively few and far between. They made some funny cars - the Pacer - remember that one? The commercial was a few guys building a 6 - ft hoagie in the back seat.(or at least a very long one). The car had so much glass, that the a/c wouldn't keep it cool in summer.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AMC_Pacer

The Pacer's rounded and aerodynamic "jellybean" styling has made it an icon of the 1970s.[6] The May 1976 issue of Car and Driver dubbed it "The Flying Fishbowl",[7]

And now that you mention it, I do kind of remember that running gag about Malloy's care always being in the shop.

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#67124 Feb 8, 2014
former res wrote:
Un-Cool Joel:
Hi Riff Raff!

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#67126 Feb 8, 2014
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3. Thanks for your response on Israel. Would you consider yourself an anti-Semite, as you certainly sound like one. Anti-Christian as well?
I am not anti anyone/anything.

I have relatives in Israel.

I speak bluntly based on what I know.

Each phenomenon has its good and bad sides.

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#67127 Feb 8, 2014
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4. Re: nursing et al, do you find yourself looking down your nose at many professions, faiths, people? You truly seem like lovely company!
No, just putting things in a proper perspective through bluntspeak.
JOEL

Mumbai, India

#67128 Feb 8, 2014
FORMER: 2. You failed to respond: Are you an atheist? If not, what are you? No double talk please.

JOEL: What?

Have you any intelligence?

Didn't you understand my posts on the same subject?

I answered the question on religion in detail in reply to your post and in prior individual write ups as well.

In objective reality, there's nothing like God or Gods.

God or Gods do not exist.

Everything is a sea of energy/matter with consciousness manifesting in different degrees depending on the degree of organization of the molecules of a system with the human brain producing the greatest degree of consciousness on account of its high degree of neuronal complexity.

Consciousness is devoid of both stuff and energy.

This makes consciousness an epiphenomenon of energy/matter in various stages of organization.

I repeat - God or Gods are simply mental constructs that've since millennia taken firm root in the collective subconscious of believers from where these subconscious forms keep subtly manipulating people. These are psychological phenomena based on fantasy but they've certain tangible effects, mostly negative, in the lives of believers.

I am a yogi-intellectual who's involved in the subjective investigation of the various modes of consciousness produced in the brain as a result of brain activity and my yogic experiences in altered states of consciousness and in the waking state as well are rewarding.

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#67129 Feb 8, 2014
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5. Regarding your inherited wealth: You are a good example of how inherited wealth can hurt a person. I think it was Warren Buffet who said leave enough for your kids to do something but not so much for them to do nothing.
I have increased the inheritance through smart investments...

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#67130 Feb 8, 2014
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I also hold a master in science degree and have taught.)
But, evidently, you're not good enough to clear the challenging IIT JEE (Indian Institutes of Technology Joint Entrance Exam).

I take it that you're a medical professional, right?

Which med school did you attend? Community College? The small town college? or Harvard (Harvard Med School - that's way beyond you, dude)? LOL.

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