Evolution vs. Creation

High school senior Zack Kopplin is leading the fight to repeal the Louisiana Science Education Act of 2008. Read more

Since: May 08

Deltona Fla

#107204 Nov 29, 2013
macumazahn wrote:
<quoted text>Yah.
Sci-fi fandom - or fendom - is a state of mind. It takes an odd sort of perception.
And Stewart is a classicaly-trained Shakespearean stage actor - he'd be good reading the 'phone book.
I want to hear more about the sci-fi femdom movie Stewart was in.

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#107205 Nov 29, 2013
ChristineM wrote:
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I met him once in a lift in a hotel on London. His presence is so overpowering he spoke to me and I literally froze,”dar, dar, dar”, I felt so, I don’t know, insignificant.
There is only one other person who has had that effect on me and he is the father of my children.
Must be the shiny head blinds you, he has no effect on me.
I've seen him act silly, and fail to pull Excalibur from the stone, but he did make a pretty good Guinevere daddy .



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Since: Mar 11

Rockin' USA ;)

#107206 Nov 29, 2013
Stick to the Subject..TROLLS!!

Since: Mar 11

Minnesota's North Coast

#107207 Nov 29, 2013
Aura Mytha wrote:
<quoted text> Must be the shiny head blinds you, he has no effect on me.
I've seen him act silly, and fail to pull Excalibur from the stone, but he did make a pretty good Guinevere daddy .
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =p8UkRi34H8YXX
something wrong with shiny heads?!

make it so...
The Dude

Birkenhead, UK

#107208 Nov 29, 2013
Colorado Chick wrote:
Stick to the Subject..TROLLS!!
Yup, I agree choc fudge ice cream iz da biz.

Since: Mar 11

Minnesota's North Coast

#107209 Nov 29, 2013
The Dude wrote:
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Yup, I agree choc fudge ice cream iz da biz.
partial to real vanilla bean myself...

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#107210 Nov 29, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>something wrong with shiny heads?!
make it so...
No I wear sunglasses..lol
Here is almost shiny head that can't make it so...lmao..
http://starwrecked.com/contents/other-parts/N...

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Since: Sep 08

Everett, WA

#107211 Nov 29, 2013
swampmudd wrote:
<quoted text>Martin only "started towards the truck", looked and then started skipping away. There is no mention of any window being up or down. That is pure fabrication on your part. The problem is after Zimmerman tell the cops he is returning to his car another 2 minutes go by before the confrontation starts. He had run from his truck to that location in about 20 seconds yet it took 2 minutes for him to cover half the distance back to when the walkways intersect. What was he doing for those 2 minutes. Did decide to stop for a smoke first? Did he take a leak? Did he continuing looking around for the person he had been chasing? Wouldn't you? We know that Martin was in the rear area between the buildings talking on the phone. It was very still out that night and Zimmerman should have heard Martins voice echoing between the buildings before he saw him. I find to hard to believe that Martin could have snuck up on Zimmerman given the location.
No I didn't:

"A source to the Orlando Sentinel said in May that Zimmerman told investigators that at one point Martin circled his vehicle,[Note 8] and he rolled up his window to avoid a confrontation."

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

Zimmerman also made the statement, I keep making the mistake of writing testified and we know he never had to testify in court. And Zimmerman's claim was that he was getting a street address for the police when Martin came back up to him and confronted him. So if I said he snuck up on him I was wrong.

Also Zimmerman told his story several times, including the night that it happened. There were no major discrepancies between his statements and the forensic evidence or the evidence from testimony of observers. He also passed a lie detector test:

http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/news/nation/st...

Usually if someone lies one of two things will happen, his story will not match the evidence, or he will change his story substantially since he has to remember his story and not remember the truth. That is very difficult to do. Especially if you were under the stress of just receiving a beating and shooting someone on the night that it happened.

I have said it before, he may not be a particular likable character, but that does not make him guilty.

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Since: Sep 08

The Borderland of Sol

#107212 Nov 29, 2013
swampmudd wrote:
<quoted text>I want to hear more about the sci-fi femdom movie Stewart was in.
Sorry, that was "fen".

"We are the few, the proud, the fen..."

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Since: Sep 08

The Borderland of Sol

#107213 Nov 29, 2013
ChristineM wrote:
<quoted text>
I met him once in a lift in a hotel on London. His presence is so overpowering he spoke to me and I literally froze,”dar, dar, dar”, I felt so, I don’t know, insignificant.
There is only one other person who has had that effect on me and he is the father of my children.
I met James Mason once.

I was maybe 10 years old, and he came to the opening of one of my Dad's plays, at the Abbey Theatre in Dublin.

He shook my hand, greeted me, and asked my name...

“Nihil curo de ista tua stulta ”

Since: May 08

Orlando

#107214 Nov 29, 2013
ChristineM wrote:
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The best time for guitar music for sure
I kinda like Django Reinhardt as well (1930's & 40's jazz guitarist).
davy

Albuquerque, NM

#107217 Dec 1, 2013
Too many Americans think that Jesus needs to be put on welfare.
DavidQuinn wrote:
This is a joke, we should be educating more in notions of science and reason rather than superstition and religion. Just read a book that's creating a buzz in the UK (it's been retweeted by Dawkins), worth checking out, called The Chronicles Of Hope 2082. Features a politician who advocates a society like that

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#107218 Dec 1, 2013
davy wrote:
Too many Americans think that Jesus needs to be put on welfare.
<quoted text>
They put him on Obamacare, pretty much hung him out to dry.

“Get Extreme or Go Home. ”

Since: Nov 13

United States

#107219 Dec 1, 2013
Subduction Zone wrote:
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No I didn't:
"A source to the Orlando Sentinel said in May that Zimmerman told investigators that at one point Martin circled his vehicle,[Note 8] and he rolled up his window to avoid a confrontation."
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shooting_of_Tray...
Zimmerman also made the statement, I keep making the mistake of writing testified and we know he never had to testify in court. And Zimmerman's claim was that he was getting a street address for the police when Martin came back up to him and confronted him. So if I said he snuck up on him I was wrong.
Also Zimmerman told his story several times, including the night that it happened. There were no major discrepancies between his statements and the forensic evidence or the evidence from testimony of observers. He also passed a lie detector test:
http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/news/nation/st...
Usually if someone lies one of two things will happen, his story will not match the evidence, or he will change his story substantially since he has to remember his story and not remember the truth. That is very difficult to do. Especially if you were under the stress of just receiving a beating and shooting someone on the night that it happened.
I have said it before, he may not be a particular likable character, but that does not make him guilty.
George Zimmerman arrested again.

His girlfriend, Samantha Scheibe, called 911 in the early afternoon to say that Zimmerman had smashed a glass table, threatened her with the shotgun and ultimately pushed her out of the house, according to an arrest report. After pushing her out, Zimmerman barricaded the door with furniture and refused to leave, saying that he would talk to police by phone, authorities said.

http://lifetimes.tampabay.com/news/publicsafe...

If he does this to his girlfriend (threatens here with a shotgun). How do you think he would act with a loaded weapon to a complete stranger that he thinks is a criminal?

“Get Extreme or Go Home. ”

Since: Nov 13

United States

#107220 Dec 1, 2013
swampmudd wrote:
<quoted text>Martin only "started towards the truck", looked and then started skipping away. There is no mention of any window being up or down. That is pure fabrication on your part. The problem is after Zimmerman tell the cops he is returning to his car another 2 minutes go by before the confrontation starts. He had run from his truck to that location in about 20 seconds yet it took 2 minutes for him to cover half the distance back to when the walkways intersect. What was he doing for those 2 minutes. Did decide to stop for a smoke first? Did he take a leak? Did he continuing looking around for the person he had been chasing? Wouldn't you? We know that Martin was in the rear area between the buildings talking on the phone. It was very still out that night and Zimmerman should have heard Martins voice echoing between the buildings before he saw him. I find to hard to believe that Martin could have snuck up on Zimmerman given the location.
There are only two people that knew exactly what happened. One is dead and one beat the charges.

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Since: Sep 08

Everett, WA

#107221 Dec 1, 2013
Extreme Ways wrote:
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There are only two people that knew exactly what happened. One is dead and one beat the charges.
Sorry if you want to make that claim then it is up to you to find evidence that supports your claims. The evidence agreed with Zimmerman.

Now I never claimed that Zimmerman was an angel or that he was not somewhat at fault. The fact is that he probably did not attack Martin, Martin attacked him. Just because you do not like someone does not mean that he cannot defend himself.

To even push it up into manslaughter you have to show that he was acting illegally in some way. The prosecution could not do that.

They grossly overcharged the man and since he got a half way competent lawyer he got off. It is really as simple as that.

That does not mean he is an angel. So these later news stories do not really mean anything.

And we know that Martin was not an angel either. He had engaged in violent acts, at a minimum he had received stolen property if he didn't participate in stealing property. And was found with burglar tools at one point in time. Of course that does not mean that Martin was the their, nor does it take away any of his rights. It does show some consistency to Zimmerman's story.

The reason that Zimmerman got off was, one more time, because the evidence supported his version and not the DA's.

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Since: Nov 13

United States

#107222 Dec 1, 2013
Subduction Zone wrote:
<quoted text>
Sorry if you want to make that claim then it is up to you to find evidence that supports your claims. The evidence agreed with Zimmerman.
Now I never claimed that Zimmerman was an angel or that he was not somewhat at fault. The fact is that he probably did not attack Martin, Martin attacked him. Just because you do not like someone does not mean that he cannot defend himself.
To even push it up into manslaughter you have to show that he was acting illegally in some way. The prosecution could not do that.
They grossly overcharged the man and since he got a half way competent lawyer he got off. It is really as simple as that.
That does not mean he is an angel. So these later news stories do not really mean anything.
And we know that Martin was not an angel either. He had engaged in violent acts, at a minimum he had received stolen property if he didn't participate in stealing property. And was found with burglar tools at one point in time. Of course that does not mean that Martin was the their, nor does it take away any of his rights. It does show some consistency to Zimmerman's story.
The reason that Zimmerman got off was, one more time, because the evidence supported his version and not the DA's.
OJ got off to. Just because someone gets off does not mean they are innocent. Same as a conviction does not mean that person is guilty. How many people in prison have been freed in the last 10 years alone after the "evidence" shown them to be guilty but DNA now has shown them to be innocent.

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Since: Sep 08

Everett, WA

#107223 Dec 1, 2013
Extreme Ways wrote:
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OJ got off to. Just because someone gets off does not mean they are innocent. Same as a conviction does not mean that person is guilty. How many people in prison have been freed in the last 10 years alone after the "evidence" shown them to be guilty but DNA now has shown them to be innocent.
OJ got off because the defense was able to show that some of the evidence in the OJ case was planted. Some of the blood of OJ's that was supposed to be at the scene had a contaminant it should not have had, if I recall correctly. The prosecution ran a bad case.

The Zimmerman case is different. The evidence supports his claim. And he did not lawyer up and think of some excuse. His basic story did not change much from the night that he gave it.

What does DNA have to do with this case? Misapplied evidence can come up with a wrong answer.

The challenge was for you to justify your claim. You are not able to do so. Just because you don't like someone you can't claim that he is guilty.

“Get Extreme or Go Home. ”

Since: Nov 13

United States

#107224 Dec 1, 2013
Subduction Zone wrote:
<quoted text>
OJ got off because the defense was able to show that some of the evidence in the OJ case was planted. Some of the blood of OJ's that was supposed to be at the scene had a contaminant it should not have had, if I recall correctly. The prosecution ran a bad case.
The Zimmerman case is different. The evidence supports his claim. And he did not lawyer up and think of some excuse. His basic story did not change much from the night that he gave it.
What does DNA have to do with this case? Misapplied evidence can come up with a wrong answer.
The challenge was for you to justify your claim. You are not able to do so. Just because you don't like someone you can't claim that he is guilty.
My claim is "There are only two people that knew exactly what happened. One is dead and one beat the charges." Trevon and Zimmerman are the only two that knew/know exactly what happened. Trevon is dead and Zimmerman beat the charges. The claim backs itself up.

Do you know of any more people that "know exactly" what happened?



I didn't think so.

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Since: Nov 13

United States

#107225 Dec 1, 2013
Subduction Zone wrote:
<quoted text>
Sorry if you want to make that claim then it is up to you to find evidence that supports your claims. The evidence agreed with Zimmerman.
Now I never claimed that Zimmerman was an angel or that he was not somewhat at fault. The fact is that he probably did not attack Martin, Martin attacked him. Just because you do not like someone does not mean that he cannot defend himself.
To even push it up into manslaughter you have to show that he was acting illegally in some way. The prosecution could not do that.
They grossly overcharged the man and since he got a half way competent lawyer he got off. It is really as simple as that.
That does not mean he is an angel. So these later news stories do not really mean anything.
And we know that Martin was not an angel either. He had engaged in violent acts, at a minimum he had received stolen property if he didn't participate in stealing property. And was found with burglar tools at one point in time. Of course that does not mean that Martin was the their, nor does it take away any of his rights. It does show some consistency to Zimmerman's story.
The reason that Zimmerman got off was, one more time, because the evidence supported his version and not the DA's.
According to a records search on Zimmerman, he was previously arrested for domestic violence, resisting an officer without violence and resisting an officer with violence — a felony charge that surely could have landed him in prison.

All three of those arrests, however, were mysteriously closed with no semblance of charges for Zimmerman. So how was someone with a violent past including that of battery against an officer able to carry a 9 mm handgun?

You think maybe his Dad, Robert Zimmerman, a retired former Orange County magistrate judge had anything to do with those charges disappearing and maybe some influence on the Martin case?

In his letter to The Orlando Sentinel defending his son, the senior Zimmerman asks people not to jump to conclusions and insists that his son didn’t follow the young boy home as he walked through their gated community.

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