Jason Collins mostly gets support fro...

Jason Collins mostly gets support from NBA community after coming out as gay

There are 60 comments on the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin story from Apr 30, 2013, titled Jason Collins mostly gets support from NBA community after coming out as gay. In it, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin reports that:

This involved more pressure than taking a game-winning shot. It also bore far greater implications than any outcome on the basketball court.

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sammy

Waterloo, Canada

#22 May 7, 2013
Justin wrote:
<quoted text>I totally agree and I'm a non-believer but I have this sense that people are only moral from being obligated to do so by some authority.Its sad if you ask me but look a Sammy.The guy is a fool grown adult making jokes about raping kids.I'll never get the humor in that.
Exactly. Let's not go there.
sammy

Waterloo, Canada

#23 May 7, 2013
Justin don't be an idiot. This jackass brought it up and you choose to add to his nonsense. Sicko.
sammy

Waterloo, Canada

#24 May 7, 2013
Justin and Juan another 2 peas in a pod discussing nothing but nonsense. Justin do I have to really school you again squirt? Jason collins chooses a lifestyle that you decide for him? What are you stupid?
As for the Ape comment. Hairy is one thing but if you look like an ape(like you) that's another story. Your talking crap again Justin. Maybe they gave you the wrong prescription again.
sammy

Waterloo, Canada

#25 May 7, 2013
Justin and his fairy tale stories. Like that's anything knew.
The Water Boy

Kennewick, WA

#26 May 7, 2013
Juan0842 wrote:
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You use religion as a means to circumvent reality. Why not respond to the effects that unnatural sexual deviancies has had in our society and the world, especially when children have been expose to it. How can you or anyone dismiss that the homosexual propaganda has not had a major influence in the unprecedented growth of sexual crimes, to included the sexual abuse of children, youth suicide and murders. Take the time to read the FBI crime reports since the late sixties, and compare them to the growth of tolerance as a result of said propaganda influencing the general public, your stomach will turn the next time you hear about a child being sexually abuse, unless you are immoral.
I dont use religion for sh!t guy...Im not for homosexuals at all...I dont support gays nor their sick activities...Im simply pointing something out to Ginobili. He uses the bible and religion as a means to fit his argument, as long as its convenient for him...got it?
The Water Boy

United States

#27 May 7, 2013
Justin, 20+ years researching these things with a passion says I'm not wrong.
Horus was born on December 25th of the Virgin Isis Mary, his birth was accompanied by a star in the east and upon his birth he was adored by three Kings at the age of 12 he was a prodigal child teacher that age of 30 he was baptized by a figure known as Anup and thus began his ministry.Horace had 12 disciples he traveled out with performing miracles such as healing the sick and walking on water horus was known by many gestural names such as the truth the life God's anointed son The good shepherd and many others ..after being betrayed by Typhon horus was crucified, buried for 3 days and resurrected. On the walls of Luxor Egypt are images of the annunciation the miracle conception the birth and the adoration of Horace. The images begin with Thoth announcing to the virgin Isis that she will conceive for Horus then Neft, the Holy Ghost impregnating thr virgin and then the virgin birth and the adoration this is exactly the story of Jesus's miracle conception. Now lets look at jesus, Jesus Christ: he was born of the Virgin Mary on Dec 25th in Bethlehem. His birth was announced by a star in the east which 3 kings followed to locate and adorn the new Savior he was a child teacher at 12 and the age of 30 was baptized by John the Baptist and thus began his ministry. Jesus had 12 disciples (a reoccuring number in the bible) which he travelled about with performing miracles. He was also known as king of kings etc..after being betrayed by his disciple judas, he was crucified placed in a tomb and three days later was resurrected and ascended into heaven. This Sequence among MANY, is completely ASTROLOGICAL. The star in the east is sirius, the brightest star in the night sky which on December 24th aligns with the three brightest stars in Orion's belt these three bright stars are called today what they were called ancient times the three Kings and the three kings and the brightest star Sirius, all point to the place of the sunrise on December 25 th...this is why the 3 kings follow the star in the east, to locate the sunrise the "birth of the sun". The Virgin Mary is the constellation Virgo also known as Virgos the Virgin Virgo in Latin means Virgin Virgo was also referred to as the house of bread and the representation of Virgo is a virgin holding a sheaf of wheat. This house of bread and symbol of wheat represents August and September the time of harvest, in turn ,Bethlehem in fact, literally translates to house of bread .Bethlehem is thus a reference to the constellation Virgo a place in the sky not on earth. Now, December 25th ...from the summer to winter solstice the days become shorter colder and from the perspective of the northern hemisphere the sun appears to move south and get smaller and more scarce the shortening of the day is an expiration of the crops when approaching the winter solstice, symbolize the process of death to the ancients. it was the death of the sun and by December 22 the sun's demise was fully realized For the sun continually moving south for six months makes it to his lowest point in the sky. Here a curious thing occurs. the sun stops moving south at least percievably for 3 days. And during this 3 day pause the sun resides in the vicinity of the SOUTHERN CROSS or CRUX constellation.
The Water Boy

United States

#28 May 7, 2013
...And after this time on December 25th, the sun moves 1° this time north, foreshadowing longer days warm and spring and thus it was said: the son died on the cross was dead for three days only to be resurrected or born again this is why Jesus and numerous others sun gods share the crucifixion 3 day death and resurrection concept. It is the sun's transition period before it shifts it's direction back into the northern hemisphere.. bringing spring However, they did not celebrate the resurrection of the sun until the spring equinox or Easter--this is because at the spring equinox ,the sun officially overpowers the evil darkness as daytime thereafter becomes longer in duration in the night and revitalizing conditions of spring emerge. now probably the most obvious of all the astrological symbolism around Jesus regards the 12 disciples . They are simply the 12 constellations of zodiac which Jesus being the SUN, travels about with.... Coming back to the cross of the zodiac figurative life of the sun.This was not just an expression point who tracked the suns movement it was also a pagan spiritual symbol which in shorthand, resembled the crucifix you see today. This is NOT a symbol of Christianity it is a PAGAN adaptation of the cross of the zodiac... I just returned from Egypt Hence my former statement in the other forum, Egyptologists are idiots".
sammy

Waterloo, Canada

#29 May 7, 2013
Wow Kratos, how did you remember all that? let alone type it.lmao
The Water Boy

Kennewick, WA

#30 May 7, 2013
oh and Justin, as you can see, my location is hidden. That doesn't mean Im chicken Sh!t, thats just how you get routed every now and then or sometimes through cellualar usage. I reside in Oregon and Washington State.

The alternative is a proxy server which I can assure you, none of us Lakers fans use...
The Water Boy

Kennewick, WA

#31 May 7, 2013
The ancients were trying to tell us this and MUCH MUCH more people... this is just one aspect of what they were trying to tell us...

Remember, through time, translation and cultural differences, the TRUE story got lost. We have the spanish inquisition to thank for bogus religion as it exists today..it was and IS about control.
Justin

Davenport, IA

#32 May 7, 2013
Water Boy I totally disagree again and this is not true by any evidence.These are wild accusations that has nothing to do with Christianity.The bible never says Jesus was born December 25 and most Muslims,Hindus and Jehovah witnesses know this.The Christianity we have today is nothing more than a Catholic scandal to mix pagan customs with Christianity.The bible clearly states that Jesus was born in a manger were farm animals are kept in a hot region with very little winters.Now for other savior Gods being crucified your wrong again.This standard of nailing a theft or criminal only took place in Rome in the 1st or 2nd century.No other culture had a system remotely like this except the Greeks.These were the only two cultures that executed criminals in this fashion.There is no evidence of Egyptians creating these laws or are we able to understand there traditions and lifestyles.All after the fall of the Golden Dynasty was the end of any of Egyptian documentation of there people.All after is gibberish lol.
Justin

Davenport, IA

#33 May 7, 2013
Oh yea Water Jesus existence is more than a few scriptures you read above.Jesus is described and characterised all through out the bible.I studied Roman history from being raised in a Christian academy in D.C.They are much better than public schools and you learn much more briefly in detail of the Egyptian traditions.Reading books growing up on Pagans was that Christianity was maybe formed from these customs but not Egypt.Einstein will even tell you that the details of Jesus is way to real to deny but the problem is was he a liar,scam artist and deciever.All of the above.His teachings are the leading cause of narcism in our world.You don't get a suicidal bomber without religion.If you want a decent person to do wicked things than use religion.The teachings should always be attacked but not the far fetch comparisons Egyptian customs.Its the wrong way to make an argument against religion.
sammy

Waterloo, Canada

#34 May 7, 2013
Justin disagreeing. Well well what else is new.
Justin

Davenport, IA

#35 May 7, 2013
sammy wrote:
Justin and Juan another 2 peas in a pod discussing nothing but nonsense. Justin do I have to really school you again squirt? Jason collins chooses a lifestyle that you decide for him? What are you stupid?
As for the Ape comment. Hairy is one thing but if you look like an ape(like you) that's another story. Your talking crap again Justin. Maybe they gave you the wrong prescription again.
All apes don't look the same you idiot.You can't classify me as looking as an ape without first understanding we are an Ape you idiot.We are in DNA from chromesome 1-22 in every way an Ape.From our reproductive parts,our muscular structure,the way we think about our women,the features we like about our women and the natural installment of all primates to protect there youth.Those are all characteristics we share with mammals but mostly primates.Its only the last 2.5 million years you'll see mammals inhabitanting Earth completely.We all share an ancestor the further you go back in time.
The Water Boy

Kennewick, WA

#36 May 7, 2013
Justin, there is far more to it than this...you'll simply have to research more.

This is what I do and YES there IS Evidence, I stood before it just weeks ago...

Have you been to the motherland? Doubt it. There is where I personally CONFIRMED Plagiarism FIRST HAND, inches away! I stood before in and around all megaliths. This wasnt a tour guide with little miss Sally and her straw hat snapping photos with a disposable camera, this was a scientific study I was part of!

BTW, Ive also read and translated Hebrew and greek text...Im well aware of the bible and its misleading, misinterpreted and mistranslated dogma.

Believe what you will though, its always your choice!
Justin

Davenport, IA

#37 May 7, 2013
Justin

Davenport, IA

#38 May 7, 2013
The Water Boy wrote:
Justin, there is far more to it than this...you'll simply have to research more.
This is what I do and YES there IS Evidence, I stood before it just weeks ago...
Have you been to the motherland? Doubt it. There is where I personally CONFIRMED Plagiarism FIRST HAND, inches away! I stood before in and around all megaliths. This wasnt a tour guide with little miss Sally and her straw hat snapping photos with a disposable camera, this was a scientific study I was part of!
BTW, Ive also read and translated Hebrew and greek text...Im well aware of the bible and its misleading, misinterpreted and mistranslated dogma.
Believe what you will though, its always your choice!
I respect your opinion because you have been to Egypt.I'll be a fool to tell you are wrong on that.What I do realise if we study history civilizations are built from previous civilizations and you can compare there similarities or find there differences.I think thats the debate we a finding.Nobody is wrong here.
sammy

Waterloo, Canada

#39 May 7, 2013
Justin wrote:
<quoted text>All apes don't look the same you idiot.You can't classify me as looking as an ape without first understanding we are an Ape you idiot.We are in DNA from chromesome 1-22 in every way an Ape.From our reproductive parts,our muscular structure,the way we think about our women,the features we like about our women and the natural installment of all primates to protect there youth.Those are all characteristics we share with mammals but mostly primates.Its only the last 2.5 million years you'll see mammals inhabitanting Earth completely.We all share an ancestor the further you go back in time.
Hahaha you watching too much National Geographic reruns son. How would you know anything about what we like about our women? You can't even hold on to woman dawg. One more thing, how the hell would I see mammals "inhabitanting"(um ok) earth in 2.5 million years? Justin what university did you attend? Iam just curious. Is you claim to fame a scientist?
sammy

Waterloo, Canada

#40 May 7, 2013
Justin wrote:
Yes the second guy and you leading the pack. Thanks j c*ck.
sammy

Waterloo, Canada

#41 May 7, 2013
Justin wrote:
<quoted text>I respect your opinion because you have been to Egypt.I'll be a fool to tell you are wrong on that.What I do realise if we study history civilizations are built from previous civilizations and you can compare there similarities or find there differences.I think thats the debate we a finding.Nobody is wrong here.
Nobody wrong? You go from a gay man in Collins to Chimpanzees and goofy fat pics of yourself? Once again proving you never discuss a topic. Always bringing your stupid theories.

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