Preacher's gay son finds solace in Vallejo church

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The Rev. Bayani Rico stands with his son Andrew at Ascension Episcopal Church in Vallejo.

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blue lipstick wrote:
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Are you still here, queer? As stupid as you are, figured you'd hid out somewhere.
I never was gay, you are the one hiding from questions, why you so scared?

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blue lipstick wrote:
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Are you crazy, queer? There's no one afraid of you freaking fagg@ts. You're pathetic as well as stupid.
Then why are you afraid to debate like a man instead of spitting stupid insults? You scared bro? Why do you us the "blue lipstick"? That's what gays put on to let a so called straight man like you know it's time to meet them in the bathroom.

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blue lipstick wrote:
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Never heard that before. You seem like an authority on the subject. Is that what you do, put on blue lipstick? No wonder you know so much about it.
Apparently that is what you do...lol. I'm not the one calling my self..."blue lipstick"...lol

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blue lipstick wrote:
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Like I said, with all the queers on here, you're the first one to ever say that. That has to tell me something. Would you prefer a different color?
Just researched your name online. How do you know who people are and who they sleep with here? That has to tell us all something. Seems like you are the gay one here struggling to come out.

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Blue Lipstick wrote:
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LOL you queers never ceases to amaze me. Always calling the straight guy what you are, because there's nothing worse than being a filthy queer.
Name calling on a thread doesn't solve or make anybody anything, you low minded fools never cease to amaze me. I happen to be straight, but what I am or you are has no bearing on the topic. I think gay people have the right to be happy, my bible says to judge not. What does yours say?

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Blue Lipstick wrote:
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Mine says a man laying with another man is abomination and is wrong.
the bible also says it's a sin for a woman to leave her home or be seen by a man during her period. Are you without sin? If you are, then you have the right to condemn others. Remember a sin is a sin. That same book also says anyone who even looks at a woman with lust has already committed adultery. Does your book say if a person is committing sin we should start name calling them? Like Jesus said, if you are without sin, throw the first stone. I know for myself, I'm not going to decide what is right or wrong, I will let God judge, I'm a sinner.

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Pattysboi wrote:
What a wonderful, touching story!
Certainly is.

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<quoted text>and your point is concerning this topic?
My point is that those who 'claim' to follow Jesus and hate the least of their brothers and sisters are liars....

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Looks like blue lipstick was blown away.

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joe sixpak wrote:
Enter into serious discourse with a low-grade moron like yourself? Would I drink water directly from the Salton Sea? Do bears shat in the woods?
No. Bears do not "shat."

Bears have shat. Bears shat in former times and in the future may have and will have shat.

Having awakened from a long period of hibernation and emerging from the den, the bear hung his bottom over the edge of a log and monstrously shat.

Looking around, the bear noticed a squirrel also endeavoring in a post-hibernative dump.

Bear inquired, "Hey squirrel! Do you have a problem with sh_t sticking to your fur?"

Squirrel replied, "No. I have never had that problem."

Bear exhorted, "Great!" And with that, the Bear grabbed the squirrel and wiped.

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Please pardon the off-topic, off-color post.

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rev ken, what church is it that you are the pasteur of?if i was to come there could i leave a large donation in the collation basket?
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to you, no. no. bears do not 'shat' in the future.

do you understand grammatical rules of english? i guess that is what it takes, is somebody who learned english as a third language, to teach an american to speak properly.

linguistically, shat is an entirely past tense term, of the word shit. you cannot 'shat' in the future. shat can only refer to the act of shitting in past tense, not future tense. you will "shit in the future". but you can only shat in the past.

the bear shat in the woods. past tense.

the bear is shitting in the woods. present tense.

the bear will shit in the woods. future tense.

even the words you used to describe your 'future' tense usage show how you worded it in the past tense. "in the future may have and will have shat".

"in the future may have... shat"

this sentance only makes grammatical sense is if you are talking about bears in the future, having shat in the woods at a previous date. as in "in the future, the bears will have shat in the woods. so in the future, they would have shat in the past".

i know it is confusing for your retard brain. try to keep up pls :D
RevKen wrote:
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No. Bears do not "shat."
Bears have shat. Bears shat in former times and in the future may have and will have shat.
Having awakened from a long period of hibernation and emerging from the den, the bear hung his bottom over the edge of a log and monstrously shat.
Looking around, the bear noticed a squirrel also endeavoring in a post-hibernative dump.
Bear inquired, "Hey squirrel! Do you have a problem with sh_t sticking to your fur?"
Squirrel replied, "No. I have never had that problem."
Bear exhorted, "Great!" And with that, the Bear grabbed the squirrel and wiped.
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Please pardon the off-topic, off-color post.
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alexandra franciska wrote:
to you, no. no. bears do not 'shat' in the future.
do you understand grammatical rules of english? i guess that is what it takes, is somebody who learned english as a third language, to teach an american to speak properly.
linguistically, shat is an entirely past tense term, of the word shit. you cannot 'shat' in the future. shat can only refer to the act of shitting in past tense, not future tense. you will "shit in the future". but you can only shat in the past.
the bear shat in the woods. past tense.
the bear is shitting in the woods. present tense.
the bear will shit in the woods. future tense.
even the words you used to describe your 'future' tense usage show how you worded it in the past tense. "in the future may have and will have shat".
"in the future may have... shat"
this sentance only makes grammatical sense is if you are talking about bears in the future, having shat in the woods at a previous date. as in "in the future, the bears will have shat in the woods. so in the future, they would have shat in the past".
i know it is confusing for your retard brain. try to keep up pls :D
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Dear Alexandra,

The verb usage is "future perfect." Such perfection is what the bear seeks with the use of the unique properties of squirrel fur.

And yes, after having shat a monstrous pile of long-past digested Autumn berries next to the log next Spring, the bear will be immediately looking for the squirrel, again.

But, the squirrel, fearing another Ursuid conflagration, will have preemptively shat and vacated the premises in anticipation of the bear awakening from a long hibernation and whilst looking around for a grab of said squirrel to facilitate the plan formulated for solving the necessity of having to wipe off sticky fur after having shattED.

That is what the bear will do. That is what the squirrel will have done, before the bear's plan for facilitating a cleanly rump can be effectively implemented with non-stick squirrel fur.

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joe sixpak wrote:
rev ken, what church is it that you are the pasteur of?if i was to come there could i leave a large donation in the collation basket?
If the donation is to be American Currency, I may reveal.

If the donation is to be similar in consistency to the precipation behind the log over which the bear hung his post-hibernative derriere, then I will not reveal.

I prefer that nothing sticks to my collection basket.
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rev. ike used to have a large sign over the door of his church: Don't be puttin' no coins in the basket, the janglin' noises is disturbin'. you might consider something more grammatical to fleece your flock.

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joe sixpak wrote:
rev. ike used to have a large sign over the door of his church: Don't be puttin' no coins in the basket, the janglin' noises is disturbin'. you might consider something more grammatical to fleece your flock.
Strickly voluntary. No fleecing, no shearing, no trimming around the ears. You put in of your own and no comparisons made. I don't mind the janglin' noises. Its kind of Chrismassy.

As for Nevada, there's Gold in them thar hills. Mebbe I'll pay a visit to the Ponderosa and hold an impromptu prayer service. Be apprised: I will be inviting Rev. Rico and his son, Andrew.

No bears allowed, dancing or otherwise.

Rev. Ken
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Mar 17, 2013
 
is there any limit to the number of times a person can get reborned again? otherwise, i'll be there.

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