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Che Reagan Christ

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Reality Speaks wrote:
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you know all about fairy's.
it is your lifestyle.
I don't know what you mean. I don't believe in "fairy's."
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Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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I don't know what you mean. I don't believe in "fairy's."
you are a fairy....what is not to believe?
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you are a fairy....what is not to believe?
I just had someone check. I don't have wings and I'm much larger than a fairy. Is calling someone a supernatural being with magical powers intended to be an insult?
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Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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Is calling someone a supernatural being with magical powers intended to be an insult?
The way you've done so in the past, my answer would be yes.
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Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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Kids have a pretty firm grasp on Santa Claus and the Toothfairy too.
Then maybe they can explain what seems to be eluding you. I am surprised yet somewhat relieves that you admit little kids know more then you though. Acknowledging your weaknesses is the first step in correcting them when the weakeness is complete ignorance.
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Wait what wrote:
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The way you've done so in the past, my answer would be yes.
I have never called anyone a supernatural being with magical powers.
Duke for Mayor

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Reality Speaks wrote:
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here is fact
3/8 is 33% larger than 1/4
if you only knew how to perform simple math, you might have a chance at earning more than minimum wage chump.
.25 x 1.33 =.3333333

1/3 is 33% larger than 1/4

You're wrong yo-yo.

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Duke for Mayor wrote:
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.25 x 1.33 =.3333333
1/3 is 33% larger than 1/4
You're wrong yo-yo.
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OK fairy boy

3/8 is 33% larger than 1/4; and it would be impossible for you to pass a 5th grade math exam.

I have a better chance at winning the powerball jackpot, than you do impressing someone with your intelligence. In 2012 I spent maybe $10 total in power ball tickets.

what is the sum, when you subtract 33% from 3/8?

Your God Obama is going to have a very bad week this week.

next week the debt ceiling talks ought be a scream to watch.

Will Obama be on his hands and knees begging?

or are you freeloaders going to riot when your gravy train pulls into the terminal retired?

We are near 17 trillion in debt. That number should be the debt ceiling.

The sequester is not a cut but a beginning.

The 40% cut to stay under debt ceiling is meaningful; and represents what is best for America's future.
Che Reagan Christ

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Reality Speaks wrote:
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OK fairy boy
3/8 is 33% larger than 1/4; and it would be impossible for you to pass a 5th grade math exam.
I have a better chance at winning the powerball jackpot, than you do impressing someone with your intelligence. In 2012 I spent maybe $10 total in power ball tickets.
what is the sum, when you subtract 33% from 3/8?
Your God Obama is going to have a very bad week this week.
next week the debt ceiling talks ought be a scream to watch.
Will Obama be on his hands and knees begging?
or are you freeloaders going to riot when your gravy train pulls into the terminal retired?
We are near 17 trillion in debt. That number should be the debt ceiling.
The sequester is not a cut but a beginning.
The 40% cut to stay under debt ceiling is meaningful; and represents what is best for America's future.
YEA! The Great Prognosticator is back!

I'll give you a little tip (not that you will take it after insisting that EVERYONE is wrong but you on your little math problem) but I will try anyway. You may be right about the sequester kicking in. It will be a political gold mine for Obama so he is likely going to let the GOP house flop around like fish on a dock. But you should stop there. All of the Doomsday stuff makes you look crazy and will make you being right about sequester just look like dumb luck.)
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YEA! The Great Prognosticator is back!
I'll give you a little tip (not that you will take it after insisting that EVERYONE is wrong but you on your little math problem) but I will try anyway. You may be right about the sequester kicking in. It will be a political gold mine for Obama so he is likely going to let the GOP house flop around like fish on a dock. But you should stop there. All of the Doomsday stuff makes you look crazy and will make you being right about sequester just look like dumb luck.)
doomsday, like all the airport closings, and teacher layoffs due to sequester kicking in?

like that kind of doomsday fabricated upon the LIE of their being any cuts period. Why all the doomsday when the expenditures are increased $15 billion from 2012 expenditures.

what is flopping around like fish on a dock, is the epic failures of this president and his cabinet.

Obama created the sequester as a punishment to Republicans for not agreeing with him.
Obama was at fault in the first place requiring a sequester.

now he is being handed is his bite of a feces sandwich. He will have eaten entire sandwich when discussing debt ceiling mid- march.

you are as relevant as a snow shovel in Ft Lauderdale during spring break.
Che Reagan Christ

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doomsday, like all the airport closings, and teacher layoffs due to sequester kicking in?
like that kind of doomsday fabricated upon the LIE of their being any cuts period. Why all the doomsday when the expenditures are increased $15 billion from 2012 expenditures.
what is flopping around like fish on a dock, is the epic failures of this president and his cabinet.
Obama created the sequester as a punishment to Republicans for not agreeing with him.
Obama was at fault in the first place requiring a sequester.
now he is being handed is his bite of a feces sandwich. He will have eaten entire sandwich when discussing debt ceiling mid- march.
you are as relevant as a snow shovel in Ft Lauderdale during spring break.
You never answered my question the other day. You keep saying Obama created the sequester. How did he do that all by himself?
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Reality Speaks wrote:
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OK fairy boy
3/8 is 33% larger than 1/4; and it would be impossible for you to pass a 5th grade math exam.
I have a better chance at winning the powerball jackpot, than you do impressing someone with your intelligence. In 2012 I spent maybe $10 total in power ball tickets.
what is the sum, when you subtract 33% from 3/8?
Your God Obama is going to have a very bad week this week.
next week the debt ceiling talks ought be a scream to watch.
Will Obama be on his hands and knees begging?
or are you freeloaders going to riot when your gravy train pulls into the terminal retired?
We are near 17 trillion in debt. That number should be the debt ceiling.
The sequester is not a cut but a beginning.
The 40% cut to stay under debt ceiling is meaningful; and represents what is best for America's future.
You would have received either a "D' or and "F" in 6th grade math, and here's why:

Here's the original statement, restated by BJ as best I can tell:
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Tell us again how 3/8" steel is 1/3 thicker that 1/4" steel.
A piece of steel that is one third thicker than a 1/4" thickness piece of steel would be:(1.33 x 0.25")=.333333", or 1/3 of an inch thick.

A piece of steel that is 3/8" thick would be 1.5 times thicker than a piece of 1/4" steel ((y x 0.25")=.375)

.375/.25 = 1.5

y = 1.5

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Oliver Canterberry

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http://tinyurl.com/ask9gzm
"Modern Family: Selfish Adults Produce Children Absent Marriage, Romance, or Commitment"
This is how progressives operate.
The family is an anachronism. And children are just accessories. I feel bad for the kids raised without loving, married biological parents. Because when hipsters decide to have kids in this manner, it's ultimately not with the child's best interests in mind.
At the New York Times, "Seeking to Reproduce Without a Romantic Partnership":
Rachel Hope is 5-foot-9 and likes yoga, dance and martial arts. A real estate developer and freelance writer in Los Angeles, Ms. Hope, 41, is seeking a man who lives near her, is healthy and fit, and “has his financial stuff together,” she said. Parker Williams, the 42-year-old founder of QTheory, a charity auction company also in Los Angeles, would seem like a good candidate. A 6-foot-2 former model who loves animals, Mr. Williams is athletic, easygoing, compassionate and organized.
Neither Ms. Hope nor Mr. Williams is interested in a romantic liaison. But they both want a child, and they’re in serious discussions about having, and raising, one together. Never mind that Mr. Williams is gay and that the two did not know of each other’s existence until last October, when they met on Modamily.com , a Web site for people looking to share parenting arrangements.
Mr. Williams and Ms. Hope are among a new breed of online daters, looking not for love but rather a partner with whom to build a decidedly non-nuclear family. And several social networks...have sprung up over the past few years to help them....
“I’ve met so many women in this same situation, who aren’t married and feel like they missed the boat,” said Dawn Pieke, 43, a sales and marketing manager in Omaha, Neb., whose daughter, Indigo, was born last October. Ms. Pieke met Indigo’s father, Fabian Blue, on a Facebook page for Co-parents.net in June 2011, not long after the end of her 10-year relationship. She wanted a baby, but feared doing it alone because, she said,“I didn’t grow up with my dad.” Rather than focusing on a love match, she decided to find someone to share both the financial and emotional stresses of child rearing.
Mr. Blue, for his part, had wanted to be a father since 2006. He had considered adoption, but “figured no one would let a single gay male adopt a child, and I didn’t have the kind of income for a surrogate,” he said. He went on Craigslist and parenting Web sites and had coffee dates with a handful of women, but “just like in any relationship there needed to be a spark and it simply wasn’t there,” he said. With Ms. Pieke, though, he said the electricity was palpable from the start. The two corresponded on Facebook and then Skype, asking each other questions about everything from religion to dating to child-rearing philosophies. By November he decided to move from Melbourne, Australia, where he was living, to Omaha.
“My twin sister was like,‘Are you kidding me?’” Ms. Pieke recalled with a laugh.“I said,‘No. He wants a child. I want a child. We want to meet and see if it’s anything bigger.’”
They first met in person on Thanksgiving 2011.“I felt like this guy was my relative or long-lost brother, but then again he was also a stranger,” Ms. Pieke said. They continued the dialogue: reading each other’s medical charts, undergoing fertility tests. He moved into a separate bedroom in her home, and, she said, four weeks later,“He handed me a semen sample, we hugged, and I went into my bedroom and inseminated myself.”....
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It's a bunch of homosexuals servicing selfish and immature women.
Our society is getting pretty f-ked. Grow up people.
It's not all about you and your needs.
Great quote: "It's a bunch of homosexuals servicing selfish and immature women."

Our society is getting pretty f-ked. Grow up people.
It's not all about you and your needs.

Our culture is vain, narcissistic and egomaniacal. Sick to the core.

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Adif understanding wrote:
<quoted text>Don't write things that confirm you are a complete idiot. The bible wasn't written in English, it has been translated into languages we now use and understand. Until recently, these translations have been strictly controlled but now any tome dick or harry can translate the bible, print and publish it, and they will have to make them all slightly different in order to get around perpetual copyright terms.
Even in the KJV, simply reading the bible was not enough to completely grasp it, you needed some knowledge of the languages it was translated from. This is why you need to study the bible and understand what it is saying verses the atheists who skim it with absolutely no clue
Your comment either was an attempt at trolling, or you seriously are a complete moron who shouldn't be talking at all, let alone about the bible.
The King James Version was pretty carefully controlled--by King James.

And it was a translation from the Vulgate Latin, which may be regarded as something of an offshoot translation, drawing from both Latin and Hebrew texts and possibly interpreted somewhat. The translation was carried out by St. Jerome on the order of Damasus and is recognized for its literary rather than historical value.

Most scholars recognize the King James for things other than being a faithful translation. Those interested in faithful translation have drawn on older existing versions in Hebrew, Aramaic, some of which have surfaced since the time of King James.

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FKA Reader wrote:
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The King James Version was pretty carefully controlled--by King James.
And it was a translation from the Vulgate Latin, which may be regarded as something of an offshoot translation, drawing from both Latin and Hebrew texts and possibly interpreted somewhat. The translation was carried out by St. Jerome on the order of Damasus and is recognized for its literary rather than historical value.
Most scholars recognize the King James for things other than being a faithful translation. Those interested in faithful translation have drawn on older existing versions in Hebrew, Aramaic, some of which have surfaced since the time of King James.
Like a pro-homosexual "Christian" would know anything about "faithful translation" of the Holy Bible.
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FKA Reader wrote:
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The King James Version was pretty carefully controlled--by King James.
And it was a translation from the Vulgate Latin, which may be regarded as something of an offshoot translation, drawing from both Latin and Hebrew texts and possibly interpreted somewhat. The translation was carried out by St. Jerome on the order of Damasus and is recognized for its literary rather than historical value.
Most scholars recognize the King James for things other than being a faithful translation. Those interested in faithful translation have drawn on older existing versions in Hebrew, Aramaic, some of which have surfaced since the time of King James.
Reader, you are really having a time of it lately. The Bible was not written in Aramaic. I hate to use this link but I am too tired to get out the serious links. From Wiki:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biblical_Aramaic
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FKA Reader wrote:
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The King James Version was pretty carefully controlled--by King James.
And it was a translation from the Vulgate Latin, which may be regarded as something of an offshoot translation, drawing from both Latin and Hebrew texts and possibly interpreted somewhat. The translation was carried out by St. Jerome on the order of Damasus and is recognized for its literary rather than historical value.
Most scholars recognize the King James for things other than being a faithful translation. Those interested in faithful translation have drawn on older existing versions in Hebrew, Aramaic, some of which have surfaced since the time of King James.
What is your point? You basically said the same thing I did. However, your fantasy about the KJV being mistranslated is just that. Outside of it missing some books and a few word being translated in ways to ensure the Episcopal Ecclesiology was prominent, It is accurate. The rest is where the study I mentioned comes into play.

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Che Reagan Christ wrote:
<quoted text>Hmmmm. Where have we heard this before? Oh yeah, Georgie. George has lectured more than once about being Catholic doesn't mean being a doormat.
George who?

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Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>Have you ever heard of, "projection," little man? You have a textbook case.
Really?

And which "textbook" did you learn that from, spark plug?

Your "college" textbook? Colby teach you some bullshit psychological reasoning for you to spread to the masses in your infinite wisdom?!?!?

Keep it. You're full of shit.
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Duke for Mayor wrote:
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You would have received either a "D' or and "F" in 6th grade math, and here's why:
Here's the original statement, restated by BJ as best I can tell:
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A piece of steel that is one third thicker than a 1/4" thickness piece of steel would be:(1.33 x 0.25")=.333333", or 1/3 of an inch thick.
A piece of steel that is 3/8" thick would be 1.5 times thicker than a piece of 1/4" steel ((y x 0.25")=.375)
.375/.25 = 1.5
y = 1.5
woof
you are one stupid punk

if you subtract 33% from 3/8's the sum is?

good thing you receive govt handout checks, as you prove how impossible it would be for you to earn anything but the label stupid.

you are a disgrace to humanity; and continue to demonstrate how dangerous you are to society, and for us to protect ourselves at all costs from you and your ilk.

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