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Wuthering Heights

Springfield, OH

#318 Dec 11, 2012
Karl Darwin wrote:
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You are proof positive of the idiot gene.
Big Johnson, you prove that with each and every one of your "vapid" posts.
Leviticus 18 22

Springfield, OH

#319 Dec 11, 2012
FKA Reader wrote:
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I don't know that "the left" is uniformly seeking a genetic "cause" for "homosexual behavior." It is already widely accepted that sexuality is innate. Most understand it to be a function of multiple factors including genetic make-up and environmental (meaning the fetal environment of development) impacts.
I don't know if anyone is looking for a "gay gene," any more than any one is actively looking for a tall gene, a conservative gene, a humor gene--or a specific gene to explain the existence of a good many traits that no one has trouble accepting.
Some people are gay. To put it simply, a guy's wing-wang salutes other men instead of women--or a comparable reaction between women in the case of lesbians. What really truly worries me about he guys who swear it's just a choice and controllable in some way is that maybe the reason they don't get it is because they have a wing-want that salutes other men and they've been "controlling" it all their lives. Otherwise, how could they not understand this simple point?
Liar!

"Thou shalt not lie with mankind, as with womankind. It is abomination." Leviticus Chapter 18 verse 22.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#320 Dec 12, 2012
Boomer7 wrote:
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You don't get it.
Whatever the side of the fence you walk on troll, your business.
You have issues, careful how you step.
well said
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#321 Dec 12, 2012
Karl Monday wrote:
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I do not care what the cause is any more than I care about the cause of adultery.
I am concerned if we are spending money on bogus studies run by the Big Johnson's of the world.
exactly

“Meh.”

Since: Aug 10

Location hidden

#322 Dec 12, 2012
Leviticus 18 22 wrote:
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Liar!
"Thou shalt not lie with mankind, as with womankind. It is abomination." Leviticus Chapter 18 verse 22.
I'm not really sure that this crowd wants to pay too much attention to Leviticus, what with it requiring you to be nice to foreigners...
tip

Delaware, OH

#323 Dec 12, 2012
FKA Reader wrote:
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Under United States law, a refugee is someone who:
Is of special humanitarian concern to the United States.
WTH! What special humanitarian concern to the United States? What to let them finally a a good hot shower for the 1st time in their life? LOL
tip

Delaware, OH

#324 Dec 12, 2012
Karl Monday wrote:
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Some people go both ways
There is a tall gene
It's now called a threesome: 2 of 1 sex, 1 of the other sex, including animals(somalis). LOL
tip

Delaware, OH

#325 Dec 12, 2012
tranpsosition wrote:
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I'm not really sure that this crowd wants to pay too much attention to Leviticus, what with it requiring you to be nice to foreigners...
it requiring you to be nice to foreigners.

What Amendment is that?

“Meh.”

Since: Aug 10

Location hidden

#326 Dec 12, 2012
tip wrote:
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it requiring you to be nice to foreigners.
What Amendment is that?
Luckily, Leviticus is a segment of religious writings, for the Christian faith. It's not any sort of amendment and holds no real legal standing.
tip

Delaware, OH

#327 Dec 12, 2012
tranpsosition wrote:
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Luckily, Leviticus is a segment of religious writings, for the Christian faith. It's not any sort of amendment and holds no real legal standing.
We ain't talking about religious writings, christian faith, the bible here. Get a clue!

“Meh.”

Since: Aug 10

Location hidden

#328 Dec 12, 2012
tip wrote:
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We ain't talking about religious writings, christian faith, the bible here. Get a clue!
Scroll up and look at who I was speaking to, in the comment you've quoted me as. Someone popped in to remind the class that Leviticus disapproves of gay sex (along with a headspinning array of other things) and I responded to remind him/her that Leviticus might not be the most popular choice for this discussion, as it requires believers to treat foreigners as native born citizens, which would like be a rather unpopular concept today!
tip

Delaware, OH

#329 Dec 12, 2012
tranpsosition wrote:
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Scroll up and look at who I was speaking to, in the comment you've quoted me as. Someone popped in to remind the class that Leviticus disapproves of gay sex (along with a headspinning array of other things) and I responded to remind him/her that Leviticus might not be the most popular choice for this discussion, as it requires believers to treat foreigners as native born citizens, which would like be a rather unpopular concept today!
I replyed to you! I'm not going to scroll up.
Choices have consequence

Springfield, OH

#331 Dec 12, 2012
tranpsosition wrote:
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Luckily, Leviticus is a segment of religious writings, for the Christian faith. It's not any sort of amendment and holds no real legal standing.
You ever hear of Aids?

See all the young men dying in their 40s?
VADoc

United States

#332 Dec 12, 2012
FKA Reader wrote:
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You're gonna brag on your $75 shoes and then chastise poor people for having expensive tastes?
Please reader. If you think $75 for a pair of dress shows work every day of the year is expensive then I would love to see what you have to say about most of patients I used to see on Medicaid who had coach bags, designer shoes, designer clothes, smart phones ect.

The big difference is also I paid for them, the tax payers didn't. I know it's hard for a liberal with white guilt like you to understand this, but some of us work and make money and buy things we want. I know as a liberal you think you have a right to judge my purchases with my own money, yet in the most hypocritical way tell me that I shouldn't worry about what those on assistance purchase.

My family is supported, my mortgage is paid. My bills are paid and I work to do so so if I want to buy a pair of $75 shoes there isn't anything your liberal little claws can do about it.

I bet burkas aren't very expensive so I can see why a pair of $75 shoes seem like a lot to you. I see a lot of Somalians wearing Florsheim and Stacey Adams. Hmmmm

“Don't trust the internet!”

Since: Jan 12

Location hidden

#333 Dec 12, 2012
Leviticus 18 22 wrote:
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Liar!
"Thou shalt not lie with mankind, as with womankind. It is abomination." Leviticus Chapter 18 verse 22.
What specifically have I lied about, in your opinion?
Clueless in Columbus

Springfield, OH

#334 Dec 12, 2012
VADoc wrote:
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Please reader. If you think $75 for a pair of dress shows work every day of the year is expensive then I would love to see what you have to say about most of patients I used to see on Medicaid who had coach bags, designer shoes, designer clothes, smart phones ect.
The big difference is also I paid for them, the tax payers didn't. I know it's hard for a liberal with white guilt like you to understand this, but some of us work and make money and buy things we want. I know as a liberal you think you have a right to judge my purchases with my own money, yet in the most hypocritical way tell me that I shouldn't worry about what those on assistance purchase.
My family is supported, my mortgage is paid. My bills are paid and I work to do so so if I want to buy a pair of $75 shoes there isn't anything your liberal little claws can do about it.
I bet burkas aren't very expensive so I can see why a pair of $75 shoes seem like a lot to you. I see a lot of Somalians wearing Florsheim and Stacey Adams. Hmmmm
Reader is so consumed by a guilty conscience (guilty of being White and privileged) that she doesn't realize how irrational she has become.

Imagine growing up affluent and ending up in a ghetto through willful choices, all based on White Guilt. She is the Queen of White Guilt.

“Don't trust the internet!”

Since: Jan 12

Location hidden

#335 Dec 12, 2012
tip wrote:
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It's now called a threesome: 2 of 1 sex, 1 of the other sex, including animals(somalis). LOL
Giving yourself away again, tip.

“Meh.”

Since: Aug 10

Location hidden

#336 Dec 12, 2012
VADoc wrote:
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I bet burkas aren't very expensive
Hey. As someone who has had to buy abayas a couple of times, they're just like any other sorts of clothing. You can get an off the shelf one of cheap material for maybe $20-$40 for a Walmart level of quality. For a wearable, off the shelf ones I would say maybe $60-$100. Of course, like anything, the high end and designer ranges can cost thousands of dollars.

This would just be for the main body-wear garment, headcoverings are usually separate.

“Meh.”

Since: Aug 10

Location hidden

#337 Dec 12, 2012
Eek, I should point out that this is for prices in the Middle East. I'm not quite sure if being in the US would make them a bit cheaper because of the currency rates or more expensive because they're imported.

“Don't trust the internet!”

Since: Jan 12

Location hidden

#338 Dec 12, 2012
VADoc wrote:
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Please reader. If you think $75 for a pair of dress shows work every day of the year is expensive then I would love to see what you have to say about most of patients I used to see on Medicaid who had coach bags, designer shoes, designer clothes, smart phones ect.
The big difference is also I paid for them, the tax payers didn't. I know it's hard for a liberal with white guilt like you to understand this, but some of us work and make money and buy things we want. I know as a liberal you think you have a right to judge my purchases with my own money, yet in the most hypocritical way tell me that I shouldn't worry about what those on assistance purchase.
My family is supported, my mortgage is paid. My bills are paid and I work to do so so if I want to buy a pair of $75 shoes there isn't anything your liberal little claws can do about it.
I bet burkas aren't very expensive so I can see why a pair of $75 shoes seem like a lot to you. I see a lot of Somalians wearing Florsheim and Stacey Adams. Hmmmm
$75 shoes seem like a lot because most of the folks that I know--many of whom you enjoy looking down on--simply do not spend that kind of money. You are free to spend whatever you csn afford and welcome to it. Just be aware that you lack sufficient perspective to go around saying that poor people are poor because they don't know how to budget or overindulge themselves.

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