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  1. Merak
    03-07-2014 03:56 PM
    Merak
    Dude... even when I made the specific effort to state that I was not replying to anyone in the thread, you try and call me out for replying to people in the thread?

    It isn't like that at all. I actually have a lot of respect for a few members here, which is why I come here to see them talk about certain things. I am referring to contacts within my own life. If my rant applies to some folk here, because no doubt there are a few wikipedia warriors running around, then so be it, but that was the complete opposite intention of that post.

    Cheers
  2. Saul
    01-13-2014 05:36 PM
    Saul
    Well that's nice of you to say - I often wonder if I'm doing tethered swimming or if anyone besides the people I'm replying to is reading. It really is hard to talk about these things, though, with the history behind all the various God-related definitions... there's more of a "lean" towards particular definitions today than anything clear. Anyone who isn't keeping totally up to date with the terminology is left completely confused, so I don't really blame them, particularly when they've only "lived" one definition.
  3. INTJRyan
    Evolution. Of consciousness in particular. Just a thought.
  4. clock40man
    01-08-2014 12:01 PM
    clock40man
    Welcome back! Good to see you posting again.
  5. Underachiever
    01-02-2014 07:05 PM
    Underachiever
    If you were saying something like "my asshat boss", I guess it works... But it didn't seem like you were going to use it that way, and I'm on your side, so I hoped you'd fix it before someone arguing with you pointed it out. =P
  6. Underachiever
    01-02-2014 05:05 PM
    Underachiever commented on Duck Dynasty and freedom of speech.
    Noun, lol.
  7. Hefelgar
    01-02-2014 01:18 AM
    Hefelgar
    I knew Glenn Beck wasn't anti-gay based on previous comments he'd made, but I'm quite surprised to see him, out of all the people in the media, point out ridiculousness of the current "controversies" in comparison to real controversies overseas.
  8. clock40man
    11-01-2013 12:54 PM
    clock40man
    No prob. I miss your posts! Hope all is well.

    Derek
  9. clock40man
    10-28-2013 02:31 PM
    clock40man
    Where have you been? I haven't seen you in a while.

    Derek
  10. clock40man
    08-29-2013 12:24 PM
    clock40man
    Newton looks really bizzare to me.
  11. clock40man
    08-29-2013 12:23 PM
    clock40man
    I haven't either. I'm going to order one of Ehrman's books today.
    He even believes the statements from Josephus supporting Christianity were forged.
  12. clock40man
    08-29-2013 10:48 AM
    clock40man
    He's got some really odd ideas. He keeps trying to get me to read Newton.
  13. clock40man
    08-27-2013 04:37 AM
    clock40man
    I think Shadeylark is trying to take over Vogon's position as most illogical reasoner.
  14. clock40man
    08-24-2013 10:29 AM
    clock40man
    Check out my response.
  15. clock40man
    08-24-2013 10:28 AM
    clock40man
    Thank you! I grow weary of refuting Vogon's posts, even though I know it needs to be done from time to time.
  16. John01
    07-28-2013 10:07 PM
    John01 commented on Ray Comfort
    This made me laugh.
  17. Vagrant
  18. SirJamesIII
    07-07-2013 06:50 PM
    SirJamesIII
    Thanks. But it does say, "Starnes testified that the roadblock was set up to check drivers' licenses and other traffic violations, but not to check for drunken drivers." If it was a DUI checkpoint, wouldn't the ruling be different? It's perfectly understandable that a cop can detain you at a DUI checkpoint if he or she has reasonable suspicion of alcohol/drug consumption, otherwise, what would be the point of the checkpoint in the first place? It's kinda weird though. Wouldn't that imply that your rights are different depending on the kind of checkpoint it is? Plus, how would the driver know that beforehand? A roadblock is a roadblock.

    Fuck public property. That's the root of the problem. It's designed to be a playground for criminals in order to give cops a reason to harass you. The concept of any checkpoint at all bothers me.
  19. Hefelgar
    07-07-2013 05:43 PM
    Hefelgar
    It's probably better not to.
  20. Sulla
    06-29-2013 10:21 PM
    Sulla
    There is evidence he stopped following. He could have continued trying to follow him after he lost Martin. That would play to the prosecution. I've seen no evidence presented suggesting this other than possibly the girl from the phone call, but her credibility is shot.

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