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“Dan IS the Man”

Since: May 12

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#291959 Apr 7, 2013
Forum wrote:
<quoted text>
Pater Noster, qui es in caelis, sanctiticetur nomen
tuum. Adveniat regnum tuum. Fiat voluntas tua, sicut
in caelo et in terra. Panem nostrum quotidianum
da nobis hodie, et dimitte nobis debita nostra sicut
et nos demittimus debitoribus nostris
et ne nos inducas in tentationem,
sed libera nos a malo. Amen.
Our Father, who art in the heavens, the name of sanctiticetur
Your. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done, as
in heaven and in earth. Our daily bread
Give us this day, and forgive us our trespasses, as
And we send our debtors
and lead us not into temptation,
but deliver us from evil. Amen.

So what was your point?
feces for jesus

Bellmore, NY

#291960 Apr 7, 2013
David wrote:
<quoted text>He saves us from our sin by dying on the cross. That is love.
Prove it

Since: Dec 09

Location hidden

#291961 Apr 7, 2013
Bitner wrote:
<quoted text>
The women didn't own slaves, Imbecile. The men did. The women were also considered property.
Ocean isn't directing this at anyone in particular. What are you babbling about?
LOL he doesn't realize women had no rights to own property, white or black.

Since: Mar 12

Milwaukee

#291962 Apr 7, 2013
The Prince wrote:
<quoted text>As well as every law you disagree with. Read a book other than proabortion pagan propaganda.
Or your anti-abortion bible bumper propaganda. It goes both ways sir.

Since: Mar 12

Milwaukee

#291963 Apr 7, 2013
The Prince wrote:
<quoted text>Yes lets kill unborn children because they hurt the finacncial bottom line or we just don't want them. The human race is doomed to the dark ages of paganism with you folks.
I love all of you that disagree with something but don't have a solution, so what's your answer to all of those millions of abortions that have happened. Who will pay to raise those children and who will raise them. Dumb people disagree with something without having an alternative solution and none of you do.
grumpy

Pomona, NY

#291964 Apr 7, 2013
Gtown71 wrote:
<quoted text>
I have. What part do you believe? The part where He died, or the part where He rose again to life, so that we may have eternal life? Or neither one?
I believe that a few people went around claiming to be God's son and were crucified.

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#291965 Apr 7, 2013
in the 1950's, my mother--who had three college degrees--couldn't open her own checking account without my father's permission. How ridiculous is that? She was teaching and had her own income.
Ocean56 wrote:
For the "christian" extremists who think that girls and women were well treated in past American history, I think it's time for a little reminder of some facts you probably don't want to see mentioned on a public forum. Too bad. The fact is, we had an American version of Sharia Law in the 19th century. At the beginning of the 19th century in America --
-- Girls got much less education than boys did.
-- Girls' activities, especially for middle- and upper-class girls, were limited to "ladylike" pursuits.
-- Girls and women were considered naturally weaker and inferior to boys and men.
-- It was thought shocking, outrageous, and even scandalous for a woman to give a speech in public, especially to audiences of both men and women.
-- Middle- and upper-class women were expected to confine their activities to a "separate sphere" or their homes. Women were also expected to show the "virtues" of religious piety, wifely submission, and motherly domesticity. And they always had to be escorted outside their homes by a man.
-- Married women had NO legal rights, including to own property, keep their inherited money, enter into contracts, sign legal documents, or control what happened to their wages or their children.
-- Women who were single or had to earn money had very few job opportunities and were always paid less than men who did the same job.
-- Middle- and upper-class women were expected to wear layers of restrictive and heavy clothing, and corsets that were so tight that many women suffered health problems as a result.
-- Almost a million African women were chattel slaves.
-- Women were not allowed to vote.
-- Married women had no choices over their reproductive process. Any woman who got married was expected to produce children, whether she WANTED to be a mother or not.
In addition to the above, as if that weren't oppressive enough, conservative men of the 19th and early 20th century opposed every measure that improved women's lives, especially a woman's right to vote.
THAT'S what the 19th century feminists fought so hard to change, and eventually succeeded in doing so, even though it took 72 years, from 1848 to 1920, to achieve that goal. The shame was that it took that long for women to GET that right to vote in the first place.

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#291966 Apr 7, 2013
Loss of virginity isn't a big deal.
Gtown71 wrote:
<quoted text>
If young girls were taught how to love themselves, and had a good support system at home, and really thought about the LOSS OF THEIR VIRGINITY, then they would have NO NEED of any other losses, that you so gracously give them.

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#291967 Apr 7, 2013
Katie, Katie, bo-batie,
Banana-fana fo-fatie
Fee-Fi-mo-matie
Katie!

C'mon, everybody! You know the hymn:

Jesus, jesus, bo-besus
Banana-fana fo-fesus
Fee-Fi-mo-mesus
Jesus!

If the name starts with a vowel or vowel sound, the "b" "f" or "m" is inserted in front of the name.
Forum wrote:
<quoted text>
Pater Noster, qui es in caelis, sanctiticetur nomen
tuum. Adveniat regnum tuum. Fiat voluntas tua, sicut
in caelo et in terra. Panem nostrum quotidianum
da nobis hodie, et dimitte nobis debita nostra sicut
et nos demittimus debitoribus nostris
et ne nos inducas in tentationem,
sed libera nos a malo. Amen.
Katie

Puyallup, WA

#291970 Apr 7, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
Katie, Katie, bo-batie,
Banana-fana fo-fatie
Fee-Fi-mo-matie
Katie!
C'mon, everybody! You know the hymn:
Jesus, jesus, bo-besus
Banana-fana fo-fesus
Fee-Fi-mo-mesus
Jesus!
If the name starts with a vowel or vowel sound, the "b" "f" or "m" is inserted in front of the name.
<quoted text>
Heh! You so funny!!
:D
STO

Vallejo, CA

#291971 Apr 7, 2013
lil Lily wrote:
<quoted text>
STO: "My mom's friend's daughter was 8 months along, and had to have an abortion. I was shocked and asked what happened. Preelampsia."
Bullshit. Like Petey, you post with no knowledge of the topic you post about.
http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/preeclampsia...
"Delivery
If you're diagnosed with preeclampsia near the end of your pregnancy, your doctor may recommend inducing labor right away. The readiness of your cervix whether it's beginning to open (dilate), thin (efface) and soften (ripen) also may be a factor in determining whether or when labor will be induced.
In more severe cases, it may not be possible to consider your baby's gestational age or the readiness of your cervix. If it's not possible to wait, your doctor may induce labor or schedule a C-section earlier in your pregnancy. During delivery, you may be given magnesium sulfate intravenously to increase uterine blood flow and prevent seizures.
After delivery, expect your blood pressure to return to normal within a few weeks."
Delivery, NOT abortion at 32 weeks.
Abortion isn't the treatment for preeclampsia or eclampsia, liar.
I'm not lying. That's what my mother told me. That's what her friend told her. I don't have any more details. I don't know if the fetus expired in utero. I don't know how the fetus was removed.

I do know the woman was 8 months along. She did drugs and was sick for two weeks and didn't see a doctor. I don't know if those two factors even played a part.
Katie

Puyallup, WA

#291972 Apr 7, 2013
STO wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm not lying. That's what my mother told me. That's what her friend told her. I don't have any more details. I don't know if the fetus expired in utero. I don't know how the fetus was removed.
I do know the woman was 8 months along. She did drugs and was sick for two weeks and didn't see a doctor. I don't know if those two factors even played a part.
Huh! You so brave!
:)

Since: Dec 09

Location hidden

#291973 Apr 7, 2013
STO wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm not lying. That's what my mother told me. That's what her friend told her. I don't have any more details. I don't know if the fetus expired in utero. I don't know how the fetus was removed.
I do know the woman was 8 months along. She did drugs and was sick for two weeks and didn't see a doctor. I don't know if those two factors even played a part.
It makes no difference, the Mayo Clinic doesn't say "it's never not necessary" and there are physicians who say that sometimes in more severe cases it is necessary.
STO

Vallejo, CA

#291974 Apr 7, 2013
Katie wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes, regarding these circumstances, I agree. There's nothing anyone could've done, though. It was still her choice, her decision.
I think I've shared this here, before, but not sure. About 15yrs ago I had a coworker who admitted she and her sisters had difficulty getting pregnant. They'd thought it was because of the well water they grew up on. Seems an inordinate amount of cancers were running through her family members' reproductive systems. So when her sister got pregnant, in her late 30s or early 40s, my coworker was ecstatic!! The whole family was.
And then, several months later, tragedy struck. She was losing the pregnancy. And she chose to terminate rather than wait for nature to take its course. She wanted to try to get pregnant again as soon as she was healthy.
It was so sad. I had all kinds of crazy thoughts. But absolutely no control. It wasn't my situation. It was hers. And she was doing what was best for her, best for her family.
Every time some state adds a new restriction to their long list of restrictions, I think back on this time. My former coworker's sister was lucky in that she was given a choice. And she had the freedom to make her choice.
Now women (and their physicians) are having to comply with all these crazy restrictions that seem to create lose/lose situations. How can that be healthy for anyone?
And not one ACer responded to your post. I saw a "mean" judge it, tho.

Geez, Katie. You MUST be LYING, since stuff like this never happens. You're "mean" for making up stories. I spose.

:/
STO

Vallejo, CA

#291975 Apr 7, 2013
Katie wrote:
<quoted text>
Huh! You so brave!
:)
Didn't you know, Katie?..LilLynne was there. She knows more about it than the woman it happened to. Because there is no such thing as a life-threatening pregnancy at 8 months gestation. Never happens. Every pregnancy on earth will be healthy and gestate to term. Ask the ACers.
Katie

Puyallup, WA

#291976 Apr 7, 2013
STO wrote:
<quoted text>
Didn't you know, Katie?..LilLynne was there. She knows more about it than the woman it happened to. Because there is no such thing as a life-threatening pregnancy at 8 months gestation. Never happens. Every pregnancy on earth will be healthy and gestate to term. Ask the ACers.
Because life is full of lollipops, rainbows and sunshine, STO, don't you know? They only look at one side of the coin and forget the other side. Make no allowances for anything to be any other way than what they perceive it *should* be rather than the way it IS.
:-|
The Prince

Phillipsburg, NJ

#291980 Apr 7, 2013
Long Night Moon 13 wrote:
<quoted text>
Read something besides your Big Book of Myths, hypocrite.
I continue to pray for your soul, lost child of God.
The Prince

Phillipsburg, NJ

#291981 Apr 7, 2013
feces for jesus wrote:
<quoted text>
Prove it
"You are what you eat", your name proves that "you" are indeed what you eat!
The Prince

Phillipsburg, NJ

#291982 Apr 7, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
in the 1950's, my mother--who had three college degrees--couldn't open her own checking account without my father's permission. How ridiculous is that? She was teaching and had her own income.
<quoted text>
As someone with four college and advanced degrees, I call bullshit on your story.
The Prince

Phillipsburg, NJ

#291983 Apr 7, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
Loss of virginity isn't a big deal.
<quoted text>
Not for you but pirates its not but for normal people it is a big deal!

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