Atheism requires as much faith as religion?

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Atheism requires as much faith as religion? bearvspuma : The only problem with this rationalization is that ita s assuming all athiests are so because theya re intelligent in the ways of science and reasoning and all people that believe in a form of god are unintelligent.
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Jun 14, 2013
 
Hukt on Fonix wrote:
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I irritated him?
The old coot owes me 2 gallons of exterior latex!
Especially after he promised, all those years ago, to never do that again.
It's a porch fer Christ's sake... not an ark!

I would believe it was gods fault.... if it was an indoor job.

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Atheism is a lack of belief in god.
Science sh*ts on your cult every day with REAL evidence, instead of blind lunacy. You are using science to type your sh*t in the atheist forum you stupid clown.
I want real, bonafide proof ... not the hateful, pathetic, gibberish you're putting out.. come on science give me proof if you can!!!!! I didn't think so...

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Jun 14, 2013
 
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Put some firmament in it to separate the water from the water, and add a few pillars, and plug a few portals ...should be fine then...lol
I think I will settle for some plastic to channel the water away for the night. May have a lot more coming. Those things take days, even for gods.

Got my furnace and water heater down there. Ugh.

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Jun 14, 2013
 
Aura Mytha wrote:
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I would believe it was gods fault.... if it was an indoor job.
Shhhhh!

(don't give him any ideas... bedrooms are next)

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Jun 14, 2013
 
In any case, I did try and "communicate" with God about the porch.

Admittedly, my tact could probably use a little improvement.
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Jun 14, 2013
 
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<quoted text>I want real, bonafide proof ... not the hateful, pathetic, gibberish you're putting out.. come on science give me proof if you can!!!!! I didn't think so...
troll is in the land of the Establish Church of England, this according to the other troll.
Bishops in the House of Lords, What!
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Jun 14, 2013
 
Hukt on Fonix wrote:
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Genuine and authentic... The real McCoy!
Laffin. Should make a good deer blind.

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Jun 14, 2013
 
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I think I will settle for some plastic to channel the water away for the night. May have a lot more coming. Those things take days, even for gods.
Got my furnace and water heater down there. Ugh.

Bilge pump , but it would require a low spot though. Cheap solution boat pump and a battery and some hose.

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Jun 14, 2013
 
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Bilge pump , but it would require a low spot though. Cheap solution boat pump and a battery and some hose.
Yah. Find the low spot in the basement (that takes a bucket of water), dig a small pit, put the pump in. Run the outlet out the downhill window.

I've done this before.

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Jun 14, 2013
 
Hukt on Fonix wrote:
In any case, I did try and "communicate" with God about the porch.
Admittedly, my tact could probably use a little improvement.
So could mine have, yesterday.

My calm was damaged.

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Jun 14, 2013
 
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Bilge pump , but it would require a low spot though. Cheap solution boat pump and a battery and some hose.
That low spot was an impediment to me doing something already, don't have a sump, but that boat pump is an idea that may work out if I can figure a float switch to kick on automatically. I like the battery. The floor is uneven, it started out as a storm cellar a long time ago. I want it to kick on if I am asleep or away. What really scares me is if the poly water line coming in springs a leak. It's 20 years old. Maybe I can get the USDA to give me another grant and have a new PEX line run in. I love that PEX.

Any suggestions for a float switch to activate around a half inch? The floor is about 110 sq ft. This has to pump to at a minimum of 6 foot above the floor.

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Jun 14, 2013
 
macumazahn wrote:
<quoted text>So could mine have, yesterday.
My calm was damaged.
Hey... he started it!

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Jun 14, 2013
 
macumazahn wrote:
<quoted text>Laffin. Should make a good deer blind.
Or good deer fodder.

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Dave Nelson wrote:
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That low spot was an impediment to me doing something already, don't have a sump, but that boat pump is an idea that may work out if I can figure a float switch to kick on automatically. I like the battery. The floor is uneven, it started out as a storm cellar a long time ago. I want it to kick on if I am asleep or away. What really scares me is if the poly water line coming in springs a leak. It's 20 years old. Maybe I can get the USDA to give me another grant and have a new PEX line run in. I love that PEX.
Any suggestions for a float switch to activate around a half inch? The floor is about 110 sq ft. This has to pump to at a minimum of 6 foot above the floor.
Sure seen people use an old toilet float and a contact switch. Pretty simple really. But here is a slightly more designed for video.

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Jun 14, 2013
 
Hukt on Fonix wrote:
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Hey... he started it!
Hehehe.

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Jun 14, 2013
 
Hukt on Fonix wrote:
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Or good deer fodder.
Wanna borrow a .30-30? I just want some of the meat.

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Dave Nelson wrote:
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That low spot was an impediment to me doing something already, don't have a sump, but that boat pump is an idea that may work out if I can figure a float switch to kick on automatically. I like the battery. The floor is uneven, it started out as a storm cellar a long time ago. I want it to kick on if I am asleep or away. What really scares me is if the poly water line coming in springs a leak. It's 20 years old. Maybe I can get the USDA to give me another grant and have a new PEX line run in. I love that PEX.
Any suggestions for a float switch to activate around a half inch? The floor is about 110 sq ft. This has to pump to at a minimum of 6 foot above the floor.
Yes.

Punch a hole in the floor and use a toilet flow valve to turn the thing on.

The wiring's bog-simple.

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<quoted text>Wanna borrow a .30-30? I just want some of the meat.
I recently adopted two orphaned white-footed mice.

I was moving a huge pile of brush and tree limbs at my sister's house. Their mother was crushed by a tractor and they were almost stepped on.

Fed them kitten formula from a pipette for close to two weeks. They opened their eyes 3 and 4 days in. One of them had a broke rear leg, or if not broke, it was lame at least. It's all healed up now though.

That was three weeks ago so I'm guessing they're around 5 weeks old. They're weaned and ready for release.

Now... you tell me...

Do I sound like I'm gonna shoot a deer?

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Jun 14, 2013
 
But Dave! You are always going on and on about how atheists are clueless yet you come growling to us when you need advice?

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Dave Nelson wrote:
<quoted text>That low spot was an impediment to me doing something already, don't have a sump, but that boat pump is an idea that may work out if I can figure a float switch to kick on automatically. I like the battery. The floor is uneven, it started out as a storm cellar a long time ago. I want it to kick on if I am asleep or away. What really scares me is if the poly water line coming in springs a leak. It's 20 years old. Maybe I can get the USDA to give me another grant and have a new PEX line run in. I love that PEX.

Any suggestions for a float switch to activate around a half inch? The floor is about 110 sq ft. This has to pump to at a minimum of 6 foot above the floor.

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I recently adopted two orphaned white-footed mice.
I was moving a huge pile of brush and tree limbs at my sister's house. Their mother was crushed by a tractor and they were almost stepped on.
Fed them kitten formula from a pipette for close to two weeks. They opened their eyes 3 and 4 days in. One of them had a broke rear leg, or if not broke, it was lame at least. It's all healed up now though.
That was three weeks ago so I'm guessing they're around 5 weeks old. They're weaned and ready for release.
Now... you tell me...
Do I sound like I'm gonna shoot a deer?
LOL!
You sound like a guy that would feed a lion if it was hungry.
Way too nice. Awe look at the poor little crocodiles, their mommy got run over by a car, I'll just scoop them up and take them home and feed them.

I left out my ending added to your statement.
Here it is.

To the cat.

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