speech impediments: transcending evil

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#121 Nov 17, 2012
Roland_Deschain wrote:
Cliff Richard singing 'Mistletoe and Wine'?
I'll see that and raise you Cliff singing at Wimbledon.

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#122 Nov 17, 2012
Flying_Spaghetti_Monster wrote:
<quoted text>I'll see that and raise you Cliff singing at Wimbledon.
You're jeopardizing my vote now.

“Born again atheist”

Since: Jun 12

Melbourne

#124 Nov 17, 2012
ms_tickled wrote:
<quoted text> Um, can I get your age, then after that tell me what planet you are really from. Cause you have gots to be kiddin me.
I forgot your other question, see if you can guess the answer.

Since: Aug 08

Somewhere in Ireland

#125 Nov 17, 2012
Flying_Spaghetti_Monster wrote:
<quoted text>I'll see that and raise you Cliff singing at Wimbledon.
At this point I would advise angelina to quit!

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#126 Nov 17, 2012
par five wrote:
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At this point I would advise angelina to quit!
Starting to feel very outnumbered :(

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#127 Nov 17, 2012
Sceptical_Mal wrote:
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It's probably best that you stop believing every thing that you hear and read.
And its best that you quit drinking and doing narcotics....then maybe the fog will clear in your mind.

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#128 Nov 17, 2012
Thinking wrote:
Demons may exist in the minds of the mentally ill but there is no evidence for demons in the real world.
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Absolutely clueless is what you are.
Thinking

Andover, UK

#129 Nov 17, 2012
No.
ms_tickled wrote:
<quoted text>Absolutely clueless is what you are.

“Born again atheist”

Since: Jun 12

Melbourne

#130 Nov 17, 2012
ms_tickled wrote:
<quoted text>And its best that you quit drinking and doing narcotics....then maybe the fog will clear in your mind.
You seem to keep forgetting that I don't do drugs. The fog has definitely never set in so all the myth and fairy tales that religion is I can see right through.

I can understand if you were looking for something and religion was for you then that's fine. If It gives you hope and something to believe in or provides comfort for you - go for it.
FSM

Seaford, Australia

#131 Nov 17, 2012
angelinaUK wrote:
You're jeopardizing my vote now.
I'm sorry. The English sent their convicts to Australia, but we gave you Kylie Minogue and 'Neighbours' in return. I'm prepared to call it even.

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#132 Nov 17, 2012
Sceptical_Mal wrote:
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You seem to keep forgetting that I don't do drugs. The fog has definitely never set in so all the myth and fairy tales that religion is I can see right through.
I can understand if you were looking for something and religion was for you then that's fine. If It gives you hope and something to believe in or provides comfort for you - go for it.
I ain't forgetting nothing, you obviously are on something if you insist on rsponding to something you don't believe in or want no part of! And I say go away...get out of here....at least do me a favor and direct your godless views to someone else cause I'm thoroughly sick of them.

“Born again atheist”

Since: Jun 12

Melbourne

#133 Nov 18, 2012
ms_tickled wrote:
<quoted text>I ain't forgetting nothing, you obviously are on something if you insist on rsponding to something you don't believe in or want no part of! And I say go away...get out of here....at least do me a favor and direct your godless views to someone else cause I'm thoroughly sick of them.
Ms_tickled, I try and respond to you in a civil manner but your posts are always full of anger or nastiness, the kind that incites people to respond back to you.

Try and lighten up a bit, you will feel a lot better for it and you might actually get some people feel better about you and reply differently.

Have a nice day

“Naturalism - Nature is Enough”

Since: Nov 07

UK

#134 Nov 18, 2012
Flying_Spaghetti_Monster wrote:
<quoted text>I'll see that and raise you Cliff singing at Wimbledon.
In 1996? Here is a news article.

"I happened to be there that day and because it was raining I was asked to do an interview with Radio Wimbledon, who had a little studio on Centre Court. After about 20 minutes someone came in and said that the club secretary wanted a word with me. Being my first year as a member, my immediate assumption was that I must have done something wrong.

But when I went up to see him, he told me his wife had suggested that he ask me to sing something. I said I couldn't really - I didn't have a guitar, and I wasn't sure how it would work. So he suggested I just do an interview instead, for the Centre Court crowd. I said that'll be fine. But at the end of the interview the guy turned to the audience and said: "Before I let you go, they would never forgive me if I don't ask you to sing." Well, I'm a professional. If I'm put on the spot, I can't really say no."

http://www.guardian.co.uk/sport/2009/jul/04/c...

IMHO he is not a bad singer. It's just that his Christmas songs are done to death every year. As for the "Millennium Prayer", IMHO it was a big mistake.

“Naturalism - Nature is Enough”

Since: Nov 07

UK

#135 Nov 18, 2012
Flying_Spaghetti_Monster wrote:
<quoted text>I'm really starting to feel the love now.
I heard a couple of KBW tapes in primary school, which might explain a few of my character deficiencies. I've been listening to a bit of Jim Jefferies lately. He's also a good thing for a few laughs if you don't mind the f-bomb two or three times in every sentence.
I've started watching this guy on YouTube. As you say, he is very funny.

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#136 Nov 18, 2012
FSM wrote:
<quoted text>I'm sorry. The English sent their convicts to Australia, but we gave you Kylie Minogue and 'Neighbours' in return. I'm prepared to call it even.
OK I'll go with that. And anyhow I quite like pastafarians.

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#137 Nov 18, 2012
Roland_Deschain wrote:
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In 1996? Here is a news article.
"I happened to be there that day and because it was raining I was asked to do an interview with Radio Wimbledon, who had a little studio on Centre Court. After about 20 minutes someone came in and said that the club secretary wanted a word with me. Being my first year as a member, my immediate assumption was that I must have done something wrong.
But when I went up to see him, he told me his wife had suggested that he ask me to sing something. I said I couldn't really - I didn't have a guitar, and I wasn't sure how it would work. So he suggested I just do an interview instead, for the Centre Court crowd. I said that'll be fine. But at the end of the interview the guy turned to the audience and said: "Before I let you go, they would never forgive me if I don't ask you to sing." Well, I'm a professional. If I'm put on the spot, I can't really say no."
http://www.guardian.co.uk/sport/2009/jul/04/c...
IMHO he is not a bad singer. It's just that his Christmas songs are done to death every year. As for the "Millennium Prayer", IMHO it was a big mistake.
Did you see him performing for the Queens jubilee? Not a good performance really. Dreadful sound quality.

“Naturalism - Nature is Enough”

Since: Nov 07

UK

#138 Nov 18, 2012
angelinaUK wrote:
<quoted text>Did you see him performing for the Queens jubilee? Not a good performance really. Dreadful sound quality.
Fortunately for me I managed to avoid seeing either of these two events. I also managed to avoid viewing the Olympic games :-}

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#139 Nov 18, 2012
Sceptical_Mal wrote:
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Ms_tickled, I try and respond to you in a civil manner but your posts are always full of anger or nastiness, the kind that incites people to respond back to you.
Try and lighten up a bit, you will feel a lot better for it and you might actually get some people feel better about you and reply differently.
Have a nice day
Most people that respond right off the back in negative mode to my threads have got the devil in them point blank. The big question is would they respond to me in the same manner if in my presence? Probably not, and I do convo to people on in public if they want to know my take on it. But I guarantee you someone like Troth would get a sure fire thunder bolt bag o nickles upside his stupid head approaching me in the manner he brings it here.
Thinking

Andover, UK

#140 Nov 18, 2012
Humbug!

We thought the opening ceremony with the 5.1 cranked up so high the bass was vibrating the floorboards was a high point of 2012.

The Paralympics coverage was also excellent and uplifting, much more involving than the the Olympic games. The "Last Leg" coverage by one footed Adam Hills was very funny.
Roland_Deschain wrote:
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Fortunately for me I managed to avoid seeing either of these two events. I also managed to avoid viewing the Olympic games :-}
FSM

Seaford, Australia

#141 Nov 19, 2012
Roland_Deschain wrote:
In 1996? Here is a news article.
"I happened to be there that day and because it was raining I was asked to do an interview with Radio Wimbledon, who had a little studio on Centre Court. After about 20 minutes someone came in and said that the club secretary wanted a word with me. Being my first year as a member, my immediate assumption was that I must have done something wrong.
But when I went up to see him, he told me his wife had suggested that he ask me to sing something. I said I couldn't really - I didn't have a guitar, and I wasn't sure how it would work. So he suggested I just do an interview instead, for the Centre Court crowd. I said that'll be fine. But at the end of the interview the guy turned to the audience and said: "Before I let you go, they would never forgive me if I don't ask you to sing." Well, I'm a professional. If I'm put on the spot, I can't really say no."
http://www.guardian.co.uk/sport/2009/jul/04/c...
IMHO he is not a bad singer. It's just that his Christmas songs are done to death every year. As for the "Millennium Prayer", IMHO it was a big mistake.
1996? Wow, didn't realize it was that long ago. I'm sure his music has its appeal for the right audience, but that audience doesn't include me.

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