• lilymc's Avatar
    08-17-2016, 01:37 AM
    I don't know yet. I'll think about it. And thank you! :) I did a video on Hillary way back in '08. It's kinda corny though. And it was made with Windows Movie Maker, which is the worst for editing... but I guess I'll share it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bb0dgZjPAVE
    30 replies | 698 view(s)
  • lilymc's Avatar
    08-17-2016, 01:20 AM
    Vince Foster? Yeah, I think we need to re-visit (re-expose) that case for all the fools who are planning to vote for Hillary. Maybe I should do a video. It's kinda now or never.
    30 replies | 698 view(s)
  • lilymc's Avatar
    08-17-2016, 01:03 AM
    I hope everyone shares this video. With hashtags that will be seen by Hillary supporters. I get the feeling that we do too much preaching to the choir on this site. I could be wrong about that, but sometimes we stay within a bubble and talk amongst ourselves... but there are so many people out there who need to wake the hell up. Especially young people who aren't old enough to remember the clinton era, with the nonstop scandals and dead bodies.
    30 replies | 698 view(s)
  • lilymc's Avatar
    08-17-2016, 12:04 AM
    Yep, and it's always people with too much dirt on them, and people who are about to expose them. I had an anti-clinton website in the late 90's, so I had the body count list on my site and had to regularly update it. I wouldn't be surprised if I'm on some list. :p
    30 replies | 698 view(s)
  • lilymc's Avatar
    08-16-2016, 01:20 AM
    You just hit the nail on the head. / thread.
    247 replies | 3592 view(s)
  • lilymc's Avatar
    08-16-2016, 01:09 AM
    I agree. And the TPTB know that, which is why they promote the upside-down stuff, as well as "bread and circuses" to keep people preoccupied and distracted with stupid, addictive things. That brings to mind that famous list of communist goals...you know the one? A few of the goals had to do with breaking down morality and promoting lies... There's a lot to this, but we can save it for that other thread.
    247 replies | 3592 view(s)
  • lilymc's Avatar
    08-16-2016, 12:34 AM
    Is it just me, or is this thread making you want to bang your head against the wall? :p The inability of some to grasp the point above = more proof that those same people should probably lay off the wacky tobbacy. That's what ironic. It reminds me of the book Brave New World. You might know what I mean, but if not I'll explain it on the new thread.
    247 replies | 3592 view(s)
  • lilymc's Avatar
    08-16-2016, 12:25 AM
    I didn't say that you didn't read my post. I said that you only quoted the first sentence and you never addressed my main point. No, again I never said that mere "cannabis use" is a sin. That is a misrepresentation. You're still ignoring my main point. Please post my complete quote and reply to my main point. Or not. As I said, I've gotten tired of repeating myself.
    247 replies | 3592 view(s)
  • lilymc's Avatar
    08-15-2016, 11:55 PM
    True, but that's a different issue. You didn't reply to my whole post, only the first sentence. My main point (which I've stated so many times I've lost count) never got addressed by you. But repeating myself is getting tiring, so I'm not going to keep doing this.
    247 replies | 3592 view(s)
  • lilymc's Avatar
    08-15-2016, 11:16 PM
    Thank you for elaborating on your situation. I appreciate it. As I said before, I don't believe there's anything wrong with using drugs for medicinal purposes. I hope I wasn't being too hard on you in my previous post. It's just that I've noticed that many pot-users become practically obsessed with it, to the point of denying that it can ever be misused or become an idol.
    247 replies | 3592 view(s)
  • lilymc's Avatar
    08-15-2016, 10:53 PM
    "It"? Define "it." I never said that Cannabis in and of itself is a sin. You've been side-stepping my point. I have been talking getting stoned/high/under the influence... are you denying that that's a sin? I'm beginning to realize that you already are chained... before I ever came along.
    247 replies | 3592 view(s)
  • lilymc's Avatar
    08-15-2016, 08:38 PM
    Just to be clear, I don't believe that simply ingesting it is a sin. I fully agree that it has certain benefits and medicinal value. I was just talking about using it for getting high and getting addicted to it (psychologically). From a Christian perspective, those things are the problem. Also, people have different ideas on what constitutes abuse. That's why I said earlier that I wasn't aiming my posts at the non-christians here, because you are living by a completely different standard. :)
    247 replies | 3592 view(s)
  • lilymc's Avatar
    08-15-2016, 07:54 PM
    That's another interesting topic for a new thread. Based on everything I've seen, I believe that mind-altering (including mind "expanding") substances do just that, if they're used/abused over a long period of time. Of course it's not just drugs that do that. The bible says that sin in general separates us from God, and over time our conscience becomes dulled or deadened. Once you have lost consciousness of sin, as you put it, a person doesn't even realize they're doing anything wrong or unhealthy... it becomes normal to them, or even a good thing in their mind. Call it what you want, it doesn't matter to me. The fact remains, it gets you stoned/high/under the influence... which from a biblical standpoint is a sin. I'm not saying this to be condemning. We all sin. I do, you do, everyone does... but let's not pretend we don't, or pretend that some things aren't sins, just because we are obsessed with that thing, and don't want to give it up. That's idolatry, which from a christian perspective is a serious thing.
    247 replies | 3592 view(s)
  • lilymc's Avatar
    08-15-2016, 06:01 PM
    lol.
    247 replies | 3592 view(s)
  • lilymc's Avatar
    08-15-2016, 05:57 PM
    I'm glad that some people here realize that. NC, I'll +rep hb for you.
    247 replies | 3592 view(s)
  • lilymc's Avatar
    08-15-2016, 01:51 PM
    You're barking up the wrong tree. Nobody here supports what the government is doing - using the "war on drugs" as a pretext to shred the bill of rights and to move us toward a police state. To be crystal clear with you, I absolutely oppose that and I think it's evil... especially considering who is bringing drugs into this country in the first place. As Natural Citizen said, there are always a few different topics within the topic itself that are fair to discuss. And as he said, the topic of the war on drugs has already been done here many times. So should we talk about that over and over, every day, even though we're all in agreement.... and ignore any interesting sub-topics that naturally come up on threads like this? I agree with NC that the more interesting and relevant topic to discuss is the moral conundrum and how that relates to true liberty. So I'll tell you what. I'll discuss the angle that I would like to discuss, with anyone who wants to discuss it. And you can discuss the government's "war on drugs" with whoever wants to talk about that. Good luck finding someone to argue with on this forum. You might have better luck at freerepublic.com or another site.
    247 replies | 3592 view(s)
  • lilymc's Avatar
    08-15-2016, 02:56 AM
    Yeah, you mentioned that before. I've tried just about everything, but I was never into marijuana. Back in my BC* days (which literally feels like a previous life) alcohol was my drug of choice. I wish I would've known then what I know now, but... as you said, better late than never. Btw, speaking of asking what is wise.... this is a really good series: https://www.rightnow.org/Content/Series/157574#1 (don't know if you can see it if you're not logged into that website, but i think it's worth watching) *before Christ
    247 replies | 3592 view(s)
  • lilymc's Avatar
    08-15-2016, 02:07 AM
    Very true. (Although some people might be confused by that choice of words.) There's also a difference between what one can do, and what is wise. But that's a whole other topic. :) And speaking of that, that's a lesson I wish I would've learned in my twenties, instead of years later. It would've saved me tons of stupid mistakes and wasted time.
    247 replies | 3592 view(s)
  • lilymc's Avatar
    08-15-2016, 01:37 AM
    It's disgusting to me, and infuriating.
    82 replies | 1655 view(s)
  • lilymc's Avatar
    08-15-2016, 12:48 AM
    misterx was right about one thing. Your reading comprehension is horrible. I was discussing the Christian perspective of marijuana use, with a Christian (pcosmar). Which means I was not talking to anyone else. And I was not discussing the legal side of it, at all. Which misterx also stated to you, loud and clear, at least 5 times. Are you high right now, or what? :D You definitely seem to be paranoid and dazed and confused.
    247 replies | 3592 view(s)
  • lilymc's Avatar
    08-14-2016, 09:26 PM
    Btw, JFK... even some pot smokers in the comments section of that video dismissed it as bs. The top comment right now is: "I smoke weed, but this is a crock of sh*te"
    247 replies | 3592 view(s)
  • lilymc's Avatar
    08-14-2016, 09:13 PM
    I actually watched it. At first it appeared to be just a pro-pot video from a non-Christian perspective. But as it went on, it became clear that it was an anti-Christian, blasphemous, almost laughable piece of garbage filled with layers upon layers of lies and total nonsense. Way too much to even begin to get into here and now, which is why I hadn't replied to you yet. The guy narrating it openly states the Luciferian take on the Garden of Eden... which is upside-down, making God the bad guy, and the serpent (the devil) the good guy, who "frees" Adam and Eve and opens their eyes, by partaking in the tree in the garden (which he seems to think is... you guessed it, cannabis.) :p I'm laughing, but I guess I shouldn't... because many people with 'itching ears' could be misled by deceptive stuff like that. When I have more time, I'll try to get back to it and get into more specifics.
    247 replies | 3592 view(s)
  • lilymc's Avatar
    08-14-2016, 08:16 PM
    You are putting marijuana in a special category all on its own. Like many pot users, you seem to be saying (correct me if I'm wrong) that it's not a drug. With all due respect, that is flat out denial. People who do that are just finding a way to justify their habit that they don't want to let go of. By simply waving off the word 'drug' in regard to marijuana, and instead romanticizing it... and even believing the lie that God supports the recreational use (getting stoned) of marijuana. It's a mind-altering drug, whether the user wants to admit it or not. And the bible is abundantly clear that getting high, losing one's sobriety (and along with that, good judgment) is a sin. It's the principle or idea behind it that matters, and that same principle applies to marijuana or other mind-altering drugs. In fact, drug use for getting high or for "spiritual" purposes is called sorcery or witchcraft in the bible. From Galatians 5:19-20, the word pharmakeia (from which we get the word pharmacy) is called sorcery or witchcraft. Why, because that's how it was used by occultic religions (pagans). The ones we are not supposed to emulate, but be different from. Now the works of the flesh are manifest, which are these; Adultery, fornication, uncleanness, lasciviousness, idolatry, witchcraft, hatred, variance, emulations, wrath, strife, seditions, heresies, envyings, murders, drunkenness, revellings, and such like: of the which I tell you before, as I have also told you in time past, that they which do such things shall not inherit the kingdom of God. (Galatians 5:19-21) Genesis 1:29 is about food, mankind's original diet. It says "for food" at the end of that verse, it doesn't say anything about using to get high or escape reality.
    247 replies | 3592 view(s)
  • lilymc's Avatar
    08-14-2016, 02:17 PM
    I've heard that a lot, from pot smokers, but I think if one is going to bring up God, they need to be careful not to mislead anyone. Intoxication (not just getting drunk, but getting high from any mind-altering drug) is not only a sin, but it's actually one of the biggest and most effective spiritual traps out there. I have zero doubt about that, I've seen it with my own eyes, many, many times. Marijuana may be a blessing for people who really need it, for pain or other medical reasons, but not for recreational use... the scriptures are very clear that God wants us to be sober, clear-minded, and as Christians (this is not aimed at the nonbelievers here) different than everyone else, set apart, sanctified....not like we were in our old life, before we came to Christ. For you have spent enough time in the past doing what pagans choose to doŚliving in debauchery, lust, drunkenness, orgies, carousing and detestable idolatry. They are surprised that you do not join them in their reckless, wild living, and they heap abuse on you. But they will have to give account to him who is ready to judge the living and the dead. 1 Peter 4:3-5
    247 replies | 3592 view(s)
  • lilymc's Avatar
    08-13-2016, 10:17 PM
    I noticed that too. I think some people need to lay off the wacky weed.
    247 replies | 3592 view(s)
  • lilymc's Avatar
    08-13-2016, 05:55 PM
    Thanks so much, you all... and to others who didn't post, but prayed. I appreciate it. My dad is hanging in there. They've been treating the problems, and today my mom texted me and said that he's feeling a little better, and that he's in good spirits, considering. Also, I don't know if this had to do with anyone's prayer, but I felt a peace today that I hadn't really had in the last few weeks. Thanks again. :)
    33 replies | 846 view(s)
More Activity

1 Visitor Messages

  1. View Conversation
    Sarah told me to add u as a friend
Showing Visitor Messages 1 to 1 of 1
About Paulatized

Basic Information

Signature


Reason obeys itself; and ignorance submits to whatever is dictated to it.
Thomas Paine

Statistics


Total Posts
Total Posts
1,074
Posts Per Day
0.35
Visitor Messages
Total Messages
1
Most Recent Message
06-03-2011 06:59 PM
General Information
Last Activity
08-27-2016 07:58 PM
Join Date
05-02-2008
Referrals
0

4 Friends

  1. JTWilliams JTWilliams is offline

    Member

    JTWilliams
  2. lilymc lilymc is offline

    Member

    lilymc
  3. sarahdeez sarahdeez is offline

    Member

    sarahdeez
  4. Snooperzan Snooperzan is offline

    New Member

    Snooperzan
Showing Friends 1 to 4 of 4
No results to display...
No results to display...
No results to display...