Since: Jul 08

Columbus, OH

#515108 Apr 4, 2013
Dr Shrink wrote:
<quoted text>
YOU DON'T HAVE TO HAVE DARK BOX,
dark box have your brain imprisoned between four dark walls of this dark box,
walls-on the front,back,left and right,
you don't see you don't hear,because darkness and complete silence inhabit your brain
close inside of dark box smeared outside with dark chockolade coco
Oh my.

Here.

Have a Ghirardelli chocolate.

It's camel sea salt.

Since: Jul 08

Columbus, OH

#515110 Apr 4, 2013
G_O_D wrote:
<quoted text>
Risk ?
Are you kidding ?
He is making claims against me and about me yet I am the only one on this entire thread that has posted proof that I am what I say I am.
All I see of Catcher is some clown pretending to be an international criminal attorney with nothing to back it up. Then I have equally anonymous posters claiming he is a Harvard Don and other ludicrous stuff.
He needs to put up or shut up. So do you. You claim all this stuff about him with no proof what so ever.
If he is all those things claimed then his behavior here is disgusting and it is small wonder he doesn't want anyone to know who he is.
I understand you've been schooled and are angry.

How's that working out for you?

Since: Jul 08

Columbus, OH

#515112 Apr 4, 2013
G_O_D wrote:
<quoted text>
You are wrong except in your own mind.
.....
Incorrect.

Since: Jul 08

Columbus, OH

#515113 Apr 4, 2013
G_O_D wrote:
<quoted text>
You are wrong except in your own mind.
You should take up religion. You are very good at making stuff up and claiming it is The Truth.
Incorrect.

You would not have posted that nonsense if you knew what plagiarism was -- unless you know and just don't care.

Frankly, given some of your posts, it appears to be a bit of both.

Since: Jul 08

Columbus, OH

#515114 Apr 4, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
<quoted text>
Ugh...
Again with the Midianites?
You want to ignore part of the myth?

Any other parts you want ignored?

Since: Jul 08

Columbus, OH

#515117 Apr 4, 2013
G_O_D wrote:
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It doesn't exist. Plagiarism is an academic/journalism term for an academic/journalism setting.
You can no more "plagiarize" here than you can be accused of "exceeding the national speed limit" at a race track.
Incorrect.

Plagiarism has been recognized inside and outside academia since at least antiquity.

I've posted this before. Even in antiquity, plagiarism was recognized and sometimes punished. Didn't have to be an academic or journalist:
Ehrnam wrote:
It is sometimes stated that plagiarism was either nonexistent or nonproblematic in Greek and Roman antiquity. As a prominent publication of the Jesus Seminar tells us:“The concept of plagiarism was unknown in the ancient world.” In point of fact, nothing could be further from the truth. Plagiarism was known, discussed, and condemned in ancient sources. As one of the best studies of the phenomenon, by Bernard Legras, summarizes:“In spite of the reticence of our sources and assuming that our texts are indeed admissible, we have been able to establish that plagiarism and forgery of literary works were considered offenses and punished.” Legras does go on to qualify his statement:**plagiarism and forgery were under legal sanction only in cases that appear to have affected the concerns of the state. There is no evidence of any proprietary laws, at any time or place, involving the concern to keep writings in general intact and safe from borrowing, or “stealing” as the ancients called it.**

....

When plagiarism was detected in antiquity, it often had actual social repercussions. Thus Vitruvius recounts an incident involving Aristophanes of Byzantium, one of the judges of a literary contest staged by the King of Pergamum to celebrate the dedication of his famed library. Aristophanes, we are told, had “read every book in the library,” and when the authors who presented their work were judged, he ruled that only one was worthy of the prize, to the consternation of the other judges and the king. But Aristophanes demonstrated that except for the one, all the “others recited borrowed work whereas the judges had to deal with originals, not with plagiaries [ceteros aliena recitavisse; oportere autem iudicantes non furta sed scripta probare].”.... The result, Vitruvius tells us, was that the plagiarizers were forced “to confess they were thieves [coegit ipsos furatos de se confitieri]. The king then ordered them to be brought to trial for theft. They were condemned and in disgrace, while Aristophanes was raised to high office and became librarian”(Book 7, Preface 7).
Ehrman, Bart D.(2012-11-16). Forgery and Counterforgery: The Use of Literary Deceit in Early Christian Polemics (p. 53). Oxford University Press, USA. Kindle Edition.

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#515118 Apr 4, 2013
LAWEST100 wrote:
Good afternoon everyone, I received some pretty devastating news this morning and I do not want to go into any details about it right now, but I request the honest and sincere prayers of every Christ believing person on this thread, it will be very much appreciated.
Peace and Blessings to all.
Just coming into the thread to night.Sincere prayers,no details needed for God knows too.

Since: Jul 08

Columbus, OH

#515119 Apr 4, 2013
G_O_D wrote:
<quoted text>
Still can't let it go, can you.
Demented stalker atheist!
G_O_D wrote:
<quoted text>
Demented stalker atheist!
G_O_D wrote:
<quoted text>
Demented stalker atheist!
G_O_D wrote:
<quoted text>
Demented stalker atheist!
Repetition doesn't make it so.

You've been schooled, and if this is all you have, you yourself make it rather obvious.

Since: Jul 08

Columbus, OH

#515120 Apr 4, 2013
Dr Shrink wrote:
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who told you this??
You're confused.

I told you, as a reader of the thread, that.

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#515121 Apr 4, 2013
Lifelover wrote:
<quoted text> Hi Lil Whispers!!!!!!!!! LOL!! You funny girl! Hey its soo very nice to see you again sister!
Lol I never know what might roll off my lips or out or my brain.
But hope you will have a laugh here and there and now and then with me in my mischief.
Name appears on post

Kingston, PA

#515122 Apr 4, 2013
Peace_Warrior wrote:
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I am so glad you found these of great interest my Friend.... I was reading your posts about about whales, and animal sounds. It was an intriguing link you included which I kept also. It too has amazed me just how they understand a language different to our own, and when in a home of a Philippine family member, I see this. Too cute when our language of love comes in a cuddle.
Dog Chat
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =PPkFT4jDcIIXX
Some Whale chat...
https://www.youtube.com/watch...
I find amazing between them is that there sounds can be heard from 500mile / 800 kms to 1,500 kms / 990 miles distance for the blue whale!
I also love all kinds, but these Beluga's are like big dophins smiling.
https://www.youtube.com/watch...
Here's smiling with you NAOP with all creatures great and small. I once wrote a small story for turtles...
Take Care and God Bless. You have much to share with many.
Look at how they attempt to speak like us, the crows, dogs, and other species. It's clearly not just a cute trick. They have it in them to want to do it, to will themselves. The only thing challenging them is physiology. So, I wonder if one day they WILL be able to speak like us, if they try hard enough (And they DO try hard). Perhaps evolution can make it possible. This goes to show that non-humans are NOT blank slates. Something has to be "in there" in order for them to learn, and we KNOW they can learn. They understand and they learn.

And Migaloo the White Whale has such a beautiful melody. It's just so eerie and wonderful. I love listening to whale sounds. They give me chills because they're so incredible and astounding.

And yes, those Belugas made me happy. I loved seeing them open their mouths.

I'm happy about the videos you send me!! I appreciate them so much!! I always add them all to my Favorites list.

GOD BLESS YOU!!

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/articl...

Since: Jul 08

Columbus, OH

#515124 Apr 4, 2013
Dr Shrink wrote:
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it look like you are cyber genius seeing like spiritistic medium through cyber space?
who is confused,who is poor soul,who is angry?
please?stop those false prophecies ,go rather to the local church,confess all your Lies, kiss a...of priest,give him fat donation,
and start act like normal human,not cyber BS fake prophet?
BECAUSE YOU MAKE FROM YOURSELVES COMPLETE IDIOT?
I'm not angry.

I offered you a Ghirardelli, didn't I?
Name appears on post

Kingston, PA

#515125 Apr 4, 2013
And of course non-human species are not blank slates even if they DON'T try to be like humans. It just seems like, to detractors of animal sentience, that the only way to PROVE sentience is to find non-humans that are most similar to humans. Which doesn't make sense to me and I don't condone that method.
youTube

AOL

#515126 Apr 4, 2013
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Top Evangelical Preacher now vulgar, drinks & wears Catholic Collar --

http://youtu.be/dakrVCtYkXs

.
Adam

Frankfurt Am Main, Germany

#515127 Apr 4, 2013
@Dr REALITY

Every homosexual is a born liar. You are a born liar. Are you homosexual?

“A Universal Cause”

Since: Feb 09

The Cosmos

#515128 Apr 4, 2013
lil whispers wrote:
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I watched cutie three times lol blessings come in small packages.
Some are precious and special and cutie is one of them.Thanks for sending me the happiness to watch cutie.
The culture is different here no doubt.Here in the US one only has two travel afew hundred miles and find another culture and lifestyle.I often laugh about the different foods as it amuses me what people think of them.Example we make a hardtack bread here most people would throw away and we eat on it with gusto.lol
Thanks again for cutie.God bless lu2
Enjoy different culture foods. One bread also I make a lot is the Esene bread from the sprouted grains. When you say Hardtack bread...? Taking about what folk throw away from the food basket... it is a crying shame with so many hungry out there. But Ja... I know what you mean about faces which are not accustomed to some things +'eating with gusto'!
~~grin~~
Thank you God for good food, Ja?

Even in Africa now with family, one day's food supply of ours is another’s one meal.
Not that long since those 10 years on the homeless run, when every 5th day was a great full blessing. Between would have been impossible without feeding off God's Living Bread, and drinking from the fountain head of His supply. A good chance to share that where there was nothing!
LuVU2 lil sister and God Bless xx
Adam

Frankfurt Am Main, Germany

#515129 Apr 4, 2013
....one thing leads to another.Faggot

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#515130 Apr 4, 2013
macumazahn wrote:
<quoted text>*koff koff*
Pardon me if I don't go outside.
Pardon me as do not alway understand all the internet lingo.
How every got this message loud and clear after some research.
No problem,be glad to,down and gone forever.Sorry I brothered you.

“A Universal Cause”

Since: Feb 09

The Cosmos

#515131 Apr 4, 2013
Name appears on post wrote:
<quoted text>
Look at how they attempt to speak like us, the crows, dogs, and other species. It's clearly not just a cute trick. They have it in them to want to do it, to will themselves. The only thing challenging them is physiology. So, I wonder if one day they WILL be able to speak like us, if they try hard enough (And they DO try hard). Perhaps evolution can make it possible. This goes to show that non-humans are NOT blank slates. Something has to be "in there" in order for them to learn, and we KNOW they can learn. They understand and they learn.
And Migaloo the White Whale has such a beautiful melody. It's just so eerie and wonderful. I love listening to whale sounds. They give me chills because they're so incredible and astounding.
And yes, those Belugas made me happy. I loved seeing them open their mouths.
I'm happy about the videos you send me!! I appreciate them so much!! I always add them all to my Favorites list.
GOD BLESS YOU!!
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/articl...
Another very interesting link, thanx NAOP!
I grew up with dolphins, and that why I liked the beluga Whales too.

I believe humans underestimate too much about all that's created that is still being discovered by them, more so than any creature has to know about us to evolve further. Where 'L~O~V~E' is shown toward them they prove their ability in speaking with us mind to mind, and through their actions. Humans are the dumb ones who cannot recognized this without a sound value to speech being present.

To finally even believe that insects have a consciousness is a bit dumb really when humans have needed them to learn from! It is all one big beautiful and amazingly accurate space we share with these creatures who called earth home before we did... and I never cease to wonder at it all.
I am happy to share my Friend when I can.
Stay happy and well, for God has blessed you in abundant ways!

“The who whating how...”

Since: Dec 12

"...with huh?"

#515132 Apr 4, 2013
scaritual wrote:
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That's your opinion, for all you know, your deity is a bug on a string.
I just got the strangest imagery...

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