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    Today, 02:02 PM
    So with people basically hocking and spitting in the cup for the experiment they only had small amounts of bacteria recovered. And so you're extrapolating from an experiment done with people putting their mouths on a chalice to one where people are using a spoon and then dipping into the chalice to form a conclusion? You're ignoring the fact that with a spoon there is no possibility of backwash which means less saliva getting into the Orthodox chalice. Here is a study that won't be done but probably should be. Have two groups of people drinking watered down wine from a communal chalice. You can use spoons or putting their lips on the chalice itself. In one group it's actually communion being done. In the other it's just people enjoying some watered down wine. See if there is any significant disease difference between the two groups. I strongly doubt there will be.
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    Today, 01:52 PM
    LOL. Anybody who spends time at RPF especially in the religion subforum. ;) FWIW everybody agrees that it's there's little to no chance of getting sick from a common communion cup. The only debate is if that's to be expected anyway.
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    Today, 01:46 PM
    Right. Criticizing someone for going back on the main campaign promise that caused most of his supporters to jump on his bandwagon is somehow a "hollow" criticism. :rolleyes: You're not even trying to put forward a logical argument at this point.
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    Today, 01:43 PM
    :rolleyes: SHE FUCKING DIRECTLY QUOTED DONALD TRUMP AND THEN REBUTTED WHAT HE SAID!
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    Today, 01:42 PM
    LOL. What? Ummmm....okay. :rolleyes: I think I just lost the last bit of respect I had for you Dannno. Seriously this is getting ridiculous. Here's the Coulter tweets again for you.
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    Today, 01:32 PM
    You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to nikcers again.
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    Today, 11:50 AM
    The LP lost me when they nominated Bob Barr in 2008. They lost me again when the nominated Gary Johnson in 2012 and he said that we should intervene in Darfur. Three strikes and you're out.
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    Today, 11:46 AM
    LOL You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to jllundqu again. Again...some of us saw this coming and called it even before Trump secured the nomination.
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    Today, 11:39 AM
    Sure. Here it is: Wine has been shown to be an effective antiseptic even when the alcohol is removed. In fact, 10% alcohol is a poor antiseptic, and alcohol only becomes optimally effective at concentrations of 7;0%. The antiseptic substances in wine are inactive in fresh grapes because these molecules are bound to complex sugars. During fermentation these antiseptic substances are split off from the sugars and in this way become active. These molecules are polyphenols, a class of substances used in hospitals to disinfect surfaces and instruments. The polyphenol of wine has been shown to be some thirty-three times more powerful than the phenol used by Lister when he pioneered antiseptic surgery. Same year wines can be diluted up to ten times before beginning to show a decrease in their antiseptic effect. The better wines gradually improve with age over the first ten years and can be diluted twenty times without a decrease of the antiseptic effect. This effect then remains more or less constant over the next twenty years and becomes equivalent to a new wine after another twenty-five years. (Modern antiseptics and antibiotics for disinfecting wounds have surpassed wine effectiveness because the active ingredients in wine are rapidly bound and inactivated by proteins in body tissues.) In preparing communion, the hot water that is added to the wine will increase greatly the antiseptic effect of the polyphenols. Disinfection occurs more rapidly and more effectively at 45 degrees centigrade than at room temperature (22-25 degrees). Another contribution to the antiseptic effect comes from the silver, copper, zinc that make up the chalice itself, ensuring that microbes are unable to survive on its surface. Not only does he say that diluted wine still has effective antiseptic properties but also that the antiseptic effect is GREATLY INCREASED by the type of water added. (Hot water). And he adds that the chalice itself, because it's made of sliver, copper and zinc, also has antiseptic properties.
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    Today, 11:34 AM
    I wanted to support him until I found out how unprincipled and statist he was. I do support 9/11 truth after all and Trump has been beating that drum more than any other candidate. But I can't support a candidate who things fascism (the government forcing you to sell your land to a private entity for example) is "great." I can't support someone who said in his book "The America You Deserve" that we should have "sensible gun control" like an assault weapons ban and then more recently said that he thought we should use the terror watch list to keep people from owning guns. I can't support someone who thinks it's okay to kill someone just because his father is a rapist. But here's what's interesting. You never supporter Hillary Clinton right? So that means that you can't hold her accountable? The only people who have a right to complain about her corruption and her bat guano crazy policy positions are people who once supporter her? You really believe that? I doubt it but that's what you basically just said WRT to Trump.
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    Today, 11:29 AM
    Rand Paul was still a viable candidate when Jones endorsed Trump. Nobody had even voted yet. Worse Jones engaged in his own version of a media blackout on Rand. I saw the clip (wish I had bookmarked it), where Jones, after slobbering over Trump's debate performance, asked one of his staff what he thought of the debate. The staff member said "I liked Rand Paul." Jones was like "Okay. But do you want Marco Rubio or Bernie Sanders?" Holy false choice fallacy Batman! Plus Jones wigged out on Rand for endorsing Mitt Romney even after Ron had suspended active campaigning, yet he flipped for Trump before a single vote was cast. I get it. Trump was gaining momentum and Trump was willing to go much further down conspiracy theory ville than even Ron let alone Rand. And Rand was staying of the AJ show. That said, Jones threw his weight behind Trump when there were other choices. And no. We do not know about the Bush loyalties of Ted Cruz. I think you are making that up. I do know about the Trump loyalties to Barack Obama, Bill and Hillary Clinton, Rahm Emanuel and others. That's documented through donations (why donate to Rahm Emanuel of all people), phone calls (Bill called Trump and asked him to get involved with GOP politics), and now policy positions "Obama has deported tremendous numbers of people. .... I'm going to do the same thing." Early on before endorsing Donald Trump, Alex Jones floated the "conspiracy theory" that Trump was only joining the race to trash conservatives and help Hillary Clinton get elected. I think AJ got that conspiracy theory right the first time.
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    Today, 11:19 AM
    Right. Because anyone who actually holds politicians accountable is a "hater." :rolleyes:
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    Today, 11:17 AM
    Yeah....except Jones endorsed Trump when Rand Paul and Ted Cruz were still in the race.
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    Today, 11:17 AM
    You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to jllundqu again. He's clearly been licking something else with it already anyway.
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    Today, 11:15 AM
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    Today, 11:13 AM
    +rep! If only we didn't have to be stuck with the fruits of their labor as well. :( And some people here owe those of us who called this early an apology. With each passing day more and more absolute proof is coming straight from the mouth of Trump himself that Trump is supporting when he and his supporters decried as amnesty just months ago. Oh.....but some have moved the goalpost to say "Well as long as they aren't given citizenship it's not amnesty." Bull! If that's the case than even Rubio was not proposing amnesty! Rand certainly wasn't. Neither was Cruz. What makes this utterly disgusting is immigration was the issue that caused Trump supporters to overlook his obvious flaws. Trump wants to weaken the GOP position on abortion? But he's against amnesty. Trump supported the bailouts? But he's against amnesty. Trump supports eminent domain for private business? But he's against amnesty. Trump has flip flopped on the 2nd amendment? But he supports amnesty. Trump's had some shady business practices? But he's against amnesty. Trump said he didn't even apologize to God? But he's against amnesty. Trump bragged about seducing other men's wives? But he's against amnesty. Good decent people like Rand Paul, Ben Carson and Ted Cruz were slimed by Trump and his supporters and it was all good because....he's against amnesty. Only he's not really against amnesty. At least not as it was once defined by Trump and his supporters. Goodness every time I think about this I want to hurl!
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    Today, 11:05 AM
    Exactly! But apparently you can libel Rand Paul and keep your "RandallFan" login name.
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    Today, 11:03 AM
    I guess if those gays being gunned down in the Orlando night club had just remembered to start juggling their dildos they could have stopped the shooting. Or maybe they should have thrown them at the shooter? :confused:
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    Today, 10:59 AM
    And the betrayal by Trump of his own base continues. Some will pretend it isn't happening despite mounting evidence. Some will pretend that they really supported the idea of some kind of legal status for the "good, hardworking, taxpaying (or willing to pay back taxes) illegal immigrants" all along. Some will, like Ann Coulter, act surprised and betrayed even though the evidence was already there that Trump wasn't as serious about immigration as he pretended. ("We're going to deport them all then bring back the good ones rapidly through a big beautiful hole in the wall that Mexico is going to pay for.") Gotta love it!
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    Today, 10:53 AM
    The only silver lining to this otherwise horrid election cycle. Next time somebody says "Trutherism hurts liberty candidates in GOP primaries" all one will have to do is to point at Trump to show that isn't true. And while Trump is behind now, that's mostly because he stupidly decided to attack a Goldstar family instead of just simply saying "I appreciate their sacrifice but I just disagree with them on immigration" and moving on. That's what Trump ultimately did on Hannity.
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    Today, 10:49 AM
    How can someone who wants a carbon tax also want to dismantle the government? :confused: Who does Johnson expect will enforce the carbon tax? The U.N.? :eek:
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    Today, 10:48 AM
    Ummmm....okay. I've never heard fascism described that way but okay. Fascism is the government violating your property rights for the sake of corporations. Socialism is the government violating your property rights for the sake of the masses. Neither Gary Johnson nor Donald Trump support property rights so neither is really worthy of support of people who are first and foremost pro liberty. And of course Hillary Clinton is just a straight up traitor at this point with her selling U.S. State Department access to the highest bidder even when the bidder is a foreign entity. All three of the top presidential candidates suck this go round. Shame on the Libertarian Party for choosing such a crappy nominee just because he's well known. Shame on the GOP for choosing such a crappy nominee just because he used bombastic anti-immigrant language that he's now backed off from somewhat. And shame on the Democratic Party for choosing such a crappy nominee just because she has a vagina. Darryl Castle FTW! Okay. He's not going to win. Darryl Castle FTP! (For the principles.) Principles matter.
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    Today, 10:40 AM
    No. I don't believe that. And neither does the Orthodox MD that I cited. He doesn't accept your premise even though he accepts your conclusion that the Eucharist is indeed miraculous. Therefore your premise is not required for your conclusion. So why are you fighting so hard for it? You believe it, fine. But it's a fallacy to conclude that someone that doesn't accept your premise is doing so because they don't want to accept your conclusion when someone who has accepted your conclusion doesn't accept your premise. Understand now?
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    Today, 02:40 AM
    Have some more neg-rep, tovarisch.
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    Today, 01:50 AM
    For that, I put you on list with Moose and Squirrel.
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    Yesterday, 11:21 PM
    Really? You're asking us to help you dig up crap you can use to expose Ron Paul as the "king of useful idiots" ... ? neg-rep (with more on the way every time I see you spew this crap ...)
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