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#1 Jul 8, 2010
USA
No Classic or Signatures cards please stop asking.
Gold/Plat:€35
Business:€45
Corporates:€45
Purchasing:€90

British/Irish
Classic:$200
Gold:$260

betfair login only, with between €400 & €1200 in account(when last checked):€100-€350

Betfair login with cvv2 to add funds to account (€1200 in account when last checked):€350 (but depends what is in it before sale!)

Paddypower login,€4300 in account (when last checked)will check before selling:€450

E-bay with Paypal accounts attached only have 3:€25-€70

Other accounts available: AIB Login details,
Ulster Bank,
HSBC and more
Only British and Irish accounts available,

Can verify some products before selling but only to Brits,Paddy's,Yanks & Canadians, this is because everyone else takes the details i give them and never come back to bye anything.(no poor people this includes kids)

Contact me: IM or E-mail ak717719@yahoo.com -OR- ak7177@gmail.com
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Shanghai, China

#4 Jul 8, 2010
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Atheists win a battle but may lose the war
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Religion has been invigorated by those who came to bury God. One shelf of my bookcase is now groaning under the weight of its contents.
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#5 Jul 8, 2010
Should the US have universal healthcare?

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#6 Jul 8, 2010
passed a couple of hours, checking periodically for our usual haunt, and have not been able to find it.

It’s not available to the title “Search”
feature, either.
Do you suppose we strained it’s resources to
the limit, and it’s gone ‘poof’?
Shall we start a new one?
That was what we said we’d be doing,
if one morning we couldn’t find it.

If you agree, I think we can get together, here.

Let me start it out with a few questions, if I may ...
clasdies

Shanghai, China

#7 Jul 8, 2010
Topix is the leading news community on the Web, connecting people to the information and discussions that matter to them in every U.S. town and city.

A Top 10 online newspaper destination (comScore, March 2008), the site links news from 50,000 sources to 360,000 lively user-generated forums. Topix also works with the nation's major media companies to grow and engage their online audiences through forums, classifieds, publishing platforms and RSS feeds.

Based in Palo Alto, Calif., Topix LLC is a privately held company with investment from Gannett Co., Inc.(NYSE: GCI), The McClatchy Company (NYSE: MNI) and Tribune Company.

Topix LLC is not affiliated in any manner with Tokyo Stock Exchange, Inc.

How do you build a better news site?
The answer seemed simple in 2004: aggregate news from thousands of sources, create thousands of topically driven news web pages and populate each of those pages with only news about that particular topic.

The Topix team did just that. We created artificial intelligence algorithms that continuously monitor breaking news from over 50,000 sources, 24 hours a day.

These algorithms read every story as it is released and then categorize each one into one or more of the 360,000 news pages, including pages for all 32,500 US zip codes, 5,500 public company and industry verticals, 48,000 celebrities and musicians, 1,500 sports teams and personalities, and many, many more. Pretty soon, millions of people were visiting the site every month.

But visitors wanted more: they wanted to tell us what they thought about the news on the site. They jammed our email and voice mail with comments about the articles and stories that mattered to them. In response, we added forums to the site in December 2005.

And then it got really interesting.

A news community is born.
More than 1 million people posted 5.5 million comments, adding more than 30,000 comments a day. And many of the most passionate discussions were happening at the local level.

But even with 50,000 news sources, there just wasn't enough local news - and what news there was, couldn't be tuned finely enough with algorithms alone.

So, in April 2007, we decided to open up our site, and give anyone the power to discuss, edit and share the news that matters to them.

Previously, several Topix founders created the Open Directory Project (originally called "NewHoo"), the first open development directory for the Internet, and now the largest human-edited web directory.

Topix is applying that model to the news, turning passive news into active dialogue by giving people an easy-to-use publishing system with a built-in audience.

We have combined the best technology with the strongest local participation to create the best destination for news and discussion. By giving everyone access to the tools to talk - and an audience to listen - Topix redefines what it means to make the news.

Topix. Your town. Your news. Your take.
coll

Shanghai, China

#8 Jul 8, 2010
I'm human and without thinking, I probably sin once or twice a day. One of my worst is impatience. Another is gossip. Let's face it, we all gossip and sometimes don't even realize we're doing it, like "did you hear about so and so whos name is in the paper" and that's after it's been passed along nine or ten times. Another is envy, especially when I hear of someone who has won the lottery and I think "Why them instead of me?" Laziness is another. I find myself picking up the tv remote instead of picking up the Bible and searching for the answer to a question that is bothering me and asking for guidance. I could go on and on but in my heart, Jesus and God are very important to me and I feel that I am loved in spite of the fact that I have to apologize to Him every day, sometimes more than once even though I feel in my heart that I don't deserve the love and peace that follow. Anyhow, JMHO. Blessings to all, I for one am going to work on those that I have mentioned and hopefully be a better person for it.
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Good Morning Just Wondering,

You have chosen a very good topic, we definetely don't deserve His constant forgiveness do we.

River Spirit emailed me a beautiful picture the other day of Jesus carrying the cross to calvary, that picture is so moving, just the thought of where He was going and for what reasons.

I've been op Topix since the end of July and to read all the sacriligious postings of Jesus is sometimes nearly unbearable for me, it sure makes my heart wonder how Jesus Himself feels. To know that He gave His all only to be interpretted so vile and malicious by many.

Hopefully we can meet soon and enjoy a nice dinner and strengthen our friendship. Until then may God be with you and keep you in His tender loving care.

Lovingly Sister in Christ -- Granny


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Keep forgiving those that do not see the sins they are living in daily, and keep recognizing that you are to be forgiven daily, and Jesus's love will never leave you alone. Even in the deepest darkest of corners.
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golsedae

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#9 Jul 8, 2010
Why should you care in the slightest about my religious views?

I cannot possibly imagine.

Several people on topix, though, in the wake of various postings I’ve made on religious subjects, have asked me for an explanation of just how I arrived at my present agnosticism, or atheism, or whatever it is. So rather than answering these various people individually I’ve elected to start this forum and direct the interested parties here.

What follows is nothing more or less than a summary of my personal experiences as a Christian, related about as honestly as I know how to do it. I’m not hoping for contributions, followers, or enlightenment, and I don’t claim it to be momentous or universal or significant to anyone but me. But it is genuine.

Dearth of Couth
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Why I’m no longer a Christian, Part One

I was raised from my infancy by deeply religious people, surrounded by a family full of Baptist preachers, deacons and missionaries. I myself was baptized, as well as I can recall, at about the age of ten.

I can remember being struck by the fact that everyone around me at the time – and I do mean everyone – kept telling me that what I had just experienced was the most important event of my life, and that everything else I would ever do would shrink to insignificance alongside it. I was receiving the power of the Lord. It was a special time for me.

Well, I enjoyed all the attention, as any kid would, but I remember wondering: Why don’t I feel any different, myself? I thought about my attitudes, my perceptions, the circumstances of my life, and I couldn’t think of a single thing that was any different, now that I was one with Jesus. No matter how hard I tried to find something new and meaningful, there was nothing. It was a hollow, empty, and lonely sensation, and surprisingly so. It was not what I had expected at all.

I concluded after a time that I must not be doing something right. Everyone around me seemed so confident and secure in their faith and mine so tenuous in comparison, I felt left out. The shortcoming, I decided, must be mine. I must be missing something.

I resolved to try harder. I devoted myself to Bible study and prayer. I sensed that everyone around me would be horrified if I were to express any of these reservations I was feeling, so I kept them to myself. I suppressed them, and did my best to forget them altogether.

The years went by and I attended services regularly but somehow I never quite shook the uneasy sense, in the back of my mind, that I had never truly felt the presence of a transcendent being – Jesus, God, or anyone at all.

I remained outwardly compliant, but inwardly I began to feel isolated and as much as I tried to banish this feeling, it persisted. As I reached adulthood it intensified until I became aware that, despite my best efforts, it was not going to go way. More troubling still was the bulk of doubts I began to feel about matters of doctrine. I began to doubt, among many other things, the true value of grace.

But I tried to put these issues out of my mind. What I was doing, of course, was not avoiding a crisis but merely postponing it When it finally arrived it hit so suddenly, it startled me.
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golsedae

Shanghai, China

#10 Jul 8, 2010
Why should you care in the slightest about my religious views?
everyone around me would be horrified if I were to express any of |Judge it!
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golsedae

Shanghai, China

#11 Jul 8, 2010
continuously monitor breaking news from over 50,000 sources, 24 hours a day.

These algorithms read every story as it is released and then categorize each one into one or more of the 360,000 news pages, including pages for all 32,500 US zip codes, 5,500 public company and industry verticals, 48,000 celebrities and musicians, 1,500 sports teams and personalities, and many, many more. Pretty soon, millions of people were visiting the site every month.

But visitors wanted more: they wanted to tell us what they thought about the news on the site. They jammed our email and voice mail with comments about the articles and stories that mattered to them. In response, we added forums to the site in December 2005.

And then it got really interesting.

A news community is born.
More than 1 million people posted 5.5 million comments, adding more than 30,000 comments a day. And many of the most passionate discussions were happening at the local level.
433333aadea

Shanghai, China

#12 Jul 8, 2010
passed a couple of hours, checking periodically for our usual haunt, and have not been able to find it.
It’s not available to the title “Search”
feature, either.
Do you suppose we strained it’s resources to
the limit, and it’s gone ‘poof’?
Shall we start a new one?
That was what
433333aadea

Shanghai, China

#13 Jul 8, 2010
persisted. As I reached adulthood it intensified until I became aware that, despite my best efforts, it was not going to go way. More troubling still was the bulk of doubts I began to feel about matters of doctrine. I began to doubt, among many other things, the true value of grace.
433ada333aadea

Shanghai, China

#14 Jul 9, 2010
You have chosen a very good topic, we definetely don't deserve His constant forgiveness do we.

River Spirit emailed me a beautiful picture the other day of Jesus carrying the cross to calvary, that picture is so moving, just the thought of where He was going and for what reasons.

I've been op Topix since the end of July and to read all the sacriligious postings of Jesus is sometimes nearly unbearable for me, it sure makes my heart wonder how Jesus Himself feels. To know that He gave His all only to be interpretted so vile and malicious by many.

Hopefully we can meet soon and enjoy a nice dinner and strengthen our friendship. Until then may God be with you and keep you in His tender loving care.

Lovingly Sister in Christ -- Granny

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#15 Jul 9, 2010
being struck by the fact that everyone around me at the time – and I do mean everyone – kept telling me that what I had just experienced was the most important event of my life, and that everything else I would ever do would shrink to insignificance alongside it. I was receiving the power of the Lord. It was a special time for me.

Well, I enjoyed all the attention, as any kid would, but I remember wondering: Why don’t I feel any different, myself? I thought about my attitudes, my perceptions, the circumstances of my life, and I couldn’t think of a single thing that was any different, now that I was one with Jesus. No matter how hard I tried to find something new and meaningful, there was nothing. It was a hollow, empty, and lonely sensation, and surprisingly so. It was not what I had expected at all.

I concluded after a time that I must not be doing something right. Everyone around me seemed so confident and secure in their faith and mine so tenuous in comparison, I felt left out. The
johon

Shanghai, China

#16 Jul 9, 2010
Hey John,

By now I'm guessing you have read my intention to roam and do what I set out to do originally. For right now most of them are gathered in one spot to keep thereselves busy haha.

As long as they think they have succeeded that is all that is necessary to satisfy their carnal minds umm? One thing is for sure, they cannot follow where they are not led. Let them think on that for a while.

So you are a Tiger fan, my hubby has been so bored since baseball season ended, I wish I could get him down to Lakeland for their game, he would love that. Ever since Boston won the Series a couple years ago, I keep teasing him everytime they play against each other, our last name starts with a B and I bought a Boston hat because of the "B" and I wear it all summer long.

I came out of the Wesco station last summer and some guy called me a traitor, at first I didn't know what he was reffering too, then I realized my hat, I just said how do you know I'm not from Boston and he said cause your license plates read Michigan. I said well what if I have a borrowed car? and he said well then sorry mam. I siad no need for an apolgy my last name is B---- and I walked away.

So see it's my nature to draw the nons in my walk of life haha.

have fun on your trip John, look for me when ya come back o;k, I'll be here and there and everywhere. tee hee

Lovingly and Blessings Granny


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johon

Shanghai, China

#17 Jul 9, 2010
Why I’m no longer a Christian, Part One

I was raised from my infancy by deeply religious people, surrounded by a family full of Baptist preachers, deacons and missionaries. I myself was baptized, as well as I can recall, at about the age of ten.

I can remember being struck by the fact that everyone around me at the time – and I do mean everyone – kept telling me that what I had just experienced was the most important event of my life, and that everything else I would ever do would shrink to insignificance alongside it. I was receiving the power of the Lord. It was a special time for me.

Well, I enjoyed all the attention, as any kid would, but I remember wondering: Why don’t I feel any different, myself? I thought about my attitudes, my perceptions, the circumstances of my life, and I couldn’t think of a single thing that was any different, now that I was one with Jesus. No matter how hard I tried to find something new and meaningful, there was nothing. It was a hollow, empty, and lonely sensation, and surprisingly so. It was not what I had expected at all.

I concluded after a time that I must not be doing something right. Everyone around me seemed so confident and secure in their faith and mine so tenuous in comparison, I felt left out. The shortcoming, I decided, must be mine. I must be missing something.

I resolved to try harder. I devoted myself to Bible study and prayer. I sensed that everyone around me would be horrified if I were to express any of these reservations I was feeling, so I kept them to myself. I suppressed them, and did my best to forget them altogether.
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Why I’m no longer a Christian, Part One

I was raised from my infancy by deeply religious people, surrounded by a family full of Baptist preachers, deacons and missionaries. I myself was baptized, as well as I can recall, at about the age of ten.

I can remember being struck by the fact that everyone around me at the time – and I do mean everyone – kept telling me that what I had just experienced was the most important event of my life, and that everything else I would ever do would shrink to insignificance alongside it. I was receiving the power of the Lord. It was a special time for me.

Well, I enjoyed all the attention, as any kid would, but I remember wondering: Why don’t I feel any different, myself? I thought about my attitudes, my perceptions, the circumstances of my life, and I couldn’t think of a single thing that was any different, now that I was one with Jesus. No matter how hard I tried to find something new and meaningful, there was nothing. It was a hollow, empty, and lonely sensation, and surprisingly so. It was not what I had expected at all.

I concluded after a time that I must not be doing something right. Everyone around me seemed so confident and secure in their faith and mine so tenuous in comparison, I felt left out. The shortcoming, I decided, must be mine. I must be missing something.

I resolved to try harder. I devoted myself to Bible study and prayer. I sensed that everyone around me would be horrified if I were to express any of these reservations I was feeling, so I kept them to myself. I suppressed them, and did my best to forget them altogether.

The years went by and I attended services regularly but somehow I never quite shook the uneasy sense, in the back of my mind, that I had never truly felt the presence of a transcendent being – Jesus, God, or anyone at all.

I remained outwardly compliant, but inwardly I began to feel isolated and as much as I tried to banish this feeling, it persisted. As I reached adulthood it intensified until I became aware that, despite my best efforts, it was not going to go way. More troubling still was the bulk of doubts I began to feel about matters of doctrine. I began to doubt, among many other things, the true value of grace.

But I tried to put these issues out of my mind. What I was doing, of course, was not avoiding a crisis but merely postponing it When it finally arrived it hit so suddenly, it startled me.
DearthOfCouth
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Shanghai, China

#22 Jul 9, 2010
I see many have gravitated from the "Jesus loves you thread" to this new one and it has yet to be infested by the evil that overran that thread. Perhaps this will be a fresh start to a thread that can be used to share the love of God which was the initial intent of the "Jesus loves you thread". I think we all know that it will just be a matter of time until many if not all of those that polluted that thread will make their way to this one in an attempt to do the same thing to this thread. If I may I would like to make a suggestion here about how we can keep that from happening to this thread. When they show up if "all of us" (and I mean all of us) just completely ignore them (and I mean completely ignore them) and don't give them any reaction to whatever they may say I don't think they will make this a regular stop because they won't be getting the attention they crave. And if one of us sees someone opening the door and giving them the chance to firmly get their foot in here someone else will remind them not to give them the attention they will be looking for so they can pollute this thread. In that I mean if I say something to one of them or to someone else in here about what they said then one of you remind me not to give them the chance to ruin this thread. Or if anyone sees others talking about them being here and what they are saying that we do the same in that situation. Just act like they aren't even here. We contributed to them sticking around on that thread because we reacted and responded to the poison they spewed in that thread. One response lead to one answer and it snow balled from there. If we collectively as a group just completely ignore them no matter what they say or how they attack or how many show up here and even if they start talking amongst themselves about us if we don't respond to them or talk amongst ourselves about what they are saying they will grow bored because they aren't getting the reaction from us that they want. When Jesus put satan behind him he did just that. He told him so and never ever responded to him again. If any of us (and I mean any of us) including me respond with even a "no you are wrong" or "no that's not right" or any response to ANYTHING then we are just opening the door to have the same thing happen here. When I say ignore I don't just mean not respond to them but don't even respond to what they may say amongst themselves about anything. If we talk about them in the 3rd party amongst ourselves that will still leave the door open and make them want to stay. We all know who the ones are that will come here and want to start up with us so I don't need to mention them all by name. If they show up then let them say what they want about us, to us, or whatever they choose to do. Just let them do it and ignore them like they aren't even here. If we see someone new that shows up that is searching then of course by all means we all can witness to them but if they are not really seeking but are really here just to bash then ignore them immediately. If they see we aren't even paying attention to what they are saying and are acting like they aren't even here they will leave. Remember Gods Word says we shouldn't be unequally yoked with unbelievers because when we are what happens is what happened in that old thread. I for one will not respond or even mention anything about them if they show up. I hope we all can do that. Because it's my belief if we all do that and never give them an inch this thread will be the kind of thread we all would like it to be. I hope that happens. Much love and Gods blessings to all here. John Coffey.
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Shanghai, China

#23 Jul 9, 2010
CBart95 wrote:
"Just Wondering"

PS: Pay no attention to the Athiests and other unhappy types you will encounter here
I love this stuff. Christian hypocrisy at it's finest for the world to see.

Mat 5:38-48

“You have heard that it was said,‘Eye for eye, and tooth for tooth.’

But I tell you, Do not resist an evil person. If someone strikes you on the right cheek, turn to him the other also.

And if someone wants to sue you and take your tunic, let him have your cloak as well.

If someone forces you to go one mile, go with him two miles.

Give to the one who asks you, and do not turn away from the one who wants to borrow from you.

“You have heard that it was said,‘Love your neighbor[fn8] and hate your enemy.’
But I tell you: Love your enemies[fn9] and pray for those who persecute you,

that you may be sons of your Father in heaven. He causes his sun to rise on the evil and the good, and sends rain on the righteous and the unrighteous.

If you love those who love you, what reward will you get? Are not even the tax collectors doing that?

And if you greet only your brothers, what are you doing more than others? Do not even pagans do that?

Be perfect, therefore, as your heavenly Father is perfect.
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