<quoted text> They have some very special peppers. When they bring them to California, people line up for blocks, they empty the burlap sacks and roast them in metal thingies that go around and around. It's said there are no peppers anywhere near those.
Roasted chile peppers. They do vary in potency per year. Taste before you buy. Hatch chile is the benchmark for chile.
You can get the green chile in supermarkets frozen. WalMart will probably have them. Some are pretty decent. I like green much more than red.
<quoted text> Transmission switch? Connectors on the harness corrode when wet, too. My starter did the same thing, and it was just the starter. Wouldn't even click. Battery was fine. Putting a boost on, or playing with the ignition switch a bit always got it started. Didn't drive much, so let it go on for a year. Then I made myself change it.
I really have no idea.
It's understand where you're coming from >>> sh!t like that happens.
Purple Power accelerates/exacerbates the process... a lot.
Thus, my suspicions.
Hukt misses Jeeps, though... all except for what we're discussing.
<quoted text> I did answer, you're just to stupid and bias to understand. You said "If God can't lie, how can he create a being that can lie?" Derp. I responded with "If you can't tell time, how can you create a clock?" Derp again.
If it isn't within the god's make-up (I'll call it DNA), how can it produce something it doesn't possess? Would you like to submit an adult response, or are you just going to produce another red herring and childish insult?
<quoted text> It all DOES mean something, timmy... Do atheists decide that the Bible is NOT the work of God and dive right into the decision that it all means nothing?
Actually, I think the christ character has some pretty sound philosophies. I just have never met anyone who claims to follow those philosophies actually put it into action, unless it's something easy, like giving spare change to feed the poor.
<quoted text> We live in a material world, and that is all we can measure. The rest is just philosophy and belief. There is no evidence that anything exists outside of the material world other than what people proclaim to be true. There is no evidence of "outside of nature".
Is that your answer to my questions? Really?
What do you mean by chain of reasoning from premises to conclusions? It seems that you're using buzz words to act as if you have some info that the rest of us aren't privy to. Other than your holier than thou arrogance and philosophies, what proof do you have of a god.
Well, to simplify it. In the "laws of logic" vs philosophy of naturalism, the laws of logic, debunk that philosopy....
prem·ise (prms) n. also prem·iss (prms) 1. A proposition upon which an argument is based or from which a conclusion is drawn.
2. Logic a. One of the propositions in a deductive argument.
b. Either the major or the minor proposition of a syllogism, from which the conclusion is drawn.
Holier than though... So your gonna resort to name calling like the rest of them huh... Typical, when you cant give a "reasonable" explanation to a direct question.
Describe to me in a convincing way how the laws of logic would lead you to believe that's it's rational to believe that the "ancients" knew more than us and that they just weren't making shit up.
I will respond to that question, as soon as you answer mine in the other post..
If you ever go to New Mexico and eat green chile sauce, you can run into an extremely wide variation in hot, and taste. You can run into some that will put you in respiratory arrest in short order. Don't dig in. Give it a taste and wait a minute or two. Some are slow acting. Water will not save you. Always have sour cream or avocado on the side. Those take the bite out of it. Nowhere else in the world can they fix green chile sauce like in New Mexico. It isn't the thin stuff you get outside of there. Even Colorado can't fix it right.
You and I should converse on this sort of subject. You are absolutely correct. There are deadly peppers in Thailand, too. In some restaurants, a guy walks around wheeling a wooden cart with green mangos. Customers buy them from him, to cut the heat, just like with cream or avocado or a glass of milk (arrrgh). I once saw an idiot who tried to out-macho a Thai pepper. You don't want to hear the details.
<quoted text>Then the defense witness needs to give the money back, Zimmerman was trained for 1 1/2 years and it only takes one month to master basic ground turn and mount. Fail 1: Zimmerman was told to stay in the car, so you lie. "George Zimmerman followed, confronted and shot Trayvon Martin AFTER being told by a 911 dispatcher to stay in his car until police arrive." fail 2: although, the 911 operator did tell him to stay in the car, you lie. "George Zimmerman followed, confronted and shot Trayvon Martin AFTER being told by a 911 dispatcher to stay in his car until police arrive." fail 3: Sorry, it is obvious but only not clear to a bigot. The defense witnesses said it was Zimmer screaming, while on the ground which was a lie. Slam head, scream, slam head-stop screaming, scream, slap head, sorry this did not happen, no breaks in scream. Also, the white witness said that she saw Zimmer chasing Trayvon from left to right and then a fist fight back and forth for minutes. Also, Trayvon was at home and only ran to 711 to get snacks during the NBA LeBron and Kobe All star game. Think about it, and stop being stupid. 15 minutes tops and back, but then the murderer, Zimmer, showed up. Trayvon Martin was on his way home from buying candy at a store during halftime of the NBA All-Star game. Zimmerman, who admits to shooting the unarmed boy in the chest, called the police claiming Trayvon Martin looked “suspicious.”
Believe as you may. Continue to hate or whatever you are calling this rant above.
A jury of his peers found him not guilty. Live with it.
Unless you are on some sort of "witch hunt"? Just know - many will not allow that type of process to occur in our world today.
<quoted text> You and I should converse on this sort of subject. You are absolutely correct. There are deadly peppers in Thailand, too. In some restaurants, a guy walks around wheeling a wooden cart with green mangos. Customers buy them from him, to cut the heat, just like with cream or avocado or a glass of milk (arrrgh). I once saw an idiot who tried to out-macho a Thai pepper. You don't want to hear the details.
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