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    Today, 09:53 AM
    Good video, sooooo true.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 09:32 AM
    Methinks your understanding of so-called "Darwinism" is deficient. Firstly, Darwin wrote on the "Origin of SPECIES", not the origin of LIFE. Evolution is fact. It is observed and confirmed as an operating principle of life. This makes NO statement as to the place "God" occupies in the grand scheme of things. I would contend that God originated everything, evolution being nothing fancier than a mechanism of adaptation by which life perpetuates itself in the face of changing circumstance. That's the maintenance aspect of evolution. Then there is the "advancement" notion - of everything struggling to "higher" planes of existence. I see this contention as being far more problematic because is must presume facts not in evidence, making demonstration just this side of impossible. Therefore, properly taken, evolution is eminently plausible. Furthermore it makes no assassination of "God". Only people do that. If we are made in "His" image, I take that to mean in the sense of mind. I could be mistaken, but I doubt God is a crotchety old bastard, running about in Heaven on two legs with a peg and two peas between, dangling merrily away through the ages. Assuming I am on the money, then God is at least plausibly capable of becoming bored just as are we. It is a reasonable question to ask why God created all this, if not out of either boredom, or perhaps curiosity - or just the thrill of creating it to see how it would all go, over time. I am serious on that point and do not think it should be glossed over: what motivated "In the Beginning"? Were we nothing more than the byproduct of a grand and divine bowel-movement, or was their intent behind the act? If the latter, then what might the motivation have been? I listed three possibilities, and good ones if I say so myself.
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  • angelatc's Avatar
    Today, 09:12 AM
    This should have a "Not the Onion" disclaimer on it.
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  • angelatc's Avatar
    Today, 09:10 AM
    What difference does it make?
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  • angelatc's Avatar
    Today, 09:08 AM
    Now the media is telling people that the election is over and Trump lost. If we do not think that will affect turnout, especially because Trump does not have a coordinated GOTV program in place, then we truly have learned nothing about the mechanics of winning elections.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 08:54 AM
    Still have no sufficient idea of what that means. I don't think anyone does.
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Today, 08:38 AM
    Google is the latest tech company to drop the longstanding wall between anonymous online ad tracking and user’s names. Full article on link. --- Not that it matters. The reason being is before announcements like this, people used to feel safe because of "Degrees of Data Separation", promoted only to make a person without any technical knowledge believe their privacy was being respected. The way it works is like this. Your name is out there, somewhere. So is your IP. So is the cookie ID. All that really happened was your cookie ID and IP address were used as Data Separators. They want to know who you are so they look at your IP address, but your actual Name is not stored. By referencing only your IP or a Cookie ID, they can use that to do another reference lookup and see you are "John Smith". Now you will be directly searchable by your name. Why? They never had any real respect for your privacy to begin with.
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    Today, 08:27 AM
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    Today, 03:24 AM
    The first time it became clear to me how biased the mainstream media truly are was Dr. Ron Paul's 2007 Presidential campaign: :mad:
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    Today, 03:13 AM
    If Darwinism is true, then there can be no such thing as "rights." The reason that is is because Darwinism, at its core, precludes the possibility that there can be supernatural (or non-material) entities which affect natural (or material) entities directly. Consequently, that means non-material things such as rights cannot exist in a Darwinian worldview because all there is is matter and motion. Since rights are neither made of matter, nor are they objects subject to the laws of physics, rights cannot be ascertained by any method of discovery in Darwinism. Thus, the notion that individuals have rights to life, liberty, property, etc. is moot within a Darwinian outlook of the world. So, anyone who considers himself a Darwinist cannot argue for rights as a basic necessity of human existence, in principle. If he does, then he is being inconsistent with the metaphysical demands of his worldview, and those demands cannot allow any invisible quality nor entity to have an instance in human experience. We're all just conglomerations of subatomic particles, which, themselves, are not sentient.
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    Today, 03:09 AM
    Wooden shingles are nice as a roofing material. It doesn't really fit the region though. Roofs are done with ceramic tiles around here, red or black ones, glazed or non-glazed. I don't like the modern ceramic tiles that are used though, they're way too technical and are generally screwed down onto the roof, which makes climbing the roof impossible without a long ladder. With the old tiles we're used to push a tile up under the tile above and you've created a step.. So yeah, I found some time to work on the oven, finally. :p
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Today, 01:31 AM If the machines ever figure out that they do not need us, then we piss them off, well, its been nice knowing ya folks!
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    Today, 01:29 AM
    WikiLeaks To Its Supporters: 'Stop Taking Down the US Internet, You Proved Your Point Apparently the whole thing is motivated by WikiLeaks supporters for cutting off Assange interwebz.
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    Today, 01:19 AM
    For the part you quoted, Brown Shirts need to turn in Anti Vaccers. Oh, and BE AFRAID of any that even dare mention spreading an "Unapproved Idea".
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    Today, 01:17 AM
    If Hittlary really thinks she can bend Russia to her will, she has another thing coming. Sadly, that "another thing coming" very well could mean Nuclear War with Russia.
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    Today, 01:02 AM
    When confronted with a vexing problem at work, I always consulted with my Magic 8 ball. The key was to phrase the question right so the cryptic answer would make sense.
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  • HVACTech's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:32 PM
    well, he has done more with what he got than say... Paris Hilton has... while he may have started out as a "loud mouth spoiled kid of a slum lord" he has improved his lot in life. :)
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  • osan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:46 PM
    I cannot say, as I have no idea what that is in the first place. Did you not read what I wrote? How many Christians hold the precise same conception of "God"? Two, maybe? My suspicion is that most folks have never really given "God" enough thought, no matter how many thousands of times a day they might pray, to place themselves in what I might dare call a "right-sized perspective". Or perhaps I am a mental defective who makes a bigger deal of this than needs be and am thereby full of shit in my opinions on such matters. I don't know. I only know what I see and think and feel on these questions, and half the time I'm not even sure about that much. How shall I judge the professed beliefs of others for themselves? I consider me lucky just to be able to do so for myownself. Once again the Golden Rule demonstrates its perfection: Live; let live. Men need no riven-hair more than that. In. My.
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    Yesterday, 09:44 PM
    I can be hopeful.. ya know. :) perchance he learned from our mistakes? (we took the intellectual route) around here we KNOW that we are dealing with Americunts and neocons. therefore, why is it rude to suggest. that Trump kicked our collective azz? the proof is in the pudding Dude.
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    Yesterday, 09:33 PM
    Mea Culpa? I have noticed that Donald Trump.... has managed to do what we failed to do. :o he has managed to "wake up" a significant proportion of sheeple... and is doing "battle" with the Republican (in name only) party... just like we were tasked with doing...
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    Yesterday, 08:30 PM
    Clinton repeated her call for a no-fly zone in the final presidential debate on Wednesday night. “I’m going to continue to push for a no-fly zone and safe havens within Syria,” she said, adding that it would be “not only to help protect the Syrians and prevent the constant outflow of refugees, but to, frankly, gain some leverage on both the Syrian government and the Russians.” full article at link
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    Yesterday, 08:16 PM
    Correct, the "Internet of Things" may be a good advancement, but when manufacturers produce these internet "things" with zero in the way of proper security, they become dangerous as all get out. I was reading where one of the IP camera/DVR brands (don't recall which) that was particularly badly hit by the trojan bot assault that preceded the DDoS, has it's password hard coded on an ASIC and security cannot be adjusted by the end user at all. Seriously, what? Home security IP cameras, with NO WAY to change the password or security settings? That's just ASKING to get hacked and pwned. Why would ANYBODY produce IP security cameras without adequate security?? SMDH
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  • luctor-et-emergo's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:12 PM
    Does it come with crayons in different shades of brown and red ? :confused:
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