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    Today, 07:59 PM
    So fucking free you can taste it.
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    Today, 07:57 PM
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    Today, 07:54 PM
    A-men to that, brother. :mad: :mad: :mad:
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    Today, 07:53 PM
    FWIW, a moronic twat who can actually justify this: :eek: :mad:
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    Today, 07:43 PM
    Disabled Teen Beaten Bloody By TSA Agents After Intrusive Search Confused and Frightened Her Jay Syrmopoulos July 1, 2016 10 Comments 3.7KShare 14 1 23Reddit 22Tweet 9Email MEMPHIS, TN – A special needs teenager returning home from a brain tumor treatment at St. Jude Hospital was left battered, bloodied and in jail after an encounter with TSA agents at a security checkpoint. It’s a trip they’ve made for 17-years, according to the teen’s mother Shirley Cohen, but this one was unlike any they had experienced before – and hopefully never have to experience again. Upon arriving at the security checkpoint with her mother, Hannah Cohen, 19, set off a metal detector and was identified for further screening by TSA agents. “They wanted to do further scanning, she was reluctant, she didn’t understand what they were about to do,” said her mother, Shirley Cohen. Shirley Cohen, upon realizing her daughter’s confusion at the situation, attempted to tell the TSA agents that her daughter is partially deaf, blind in one eye, paralyzed, and easily confused. However, police restrained her from doing so, as she was kept away from the TSA agents, according to WREG 3. The frightened and confused disabled teen – not understanding what was transpiring due to her disabilities – attempted to flee. She was violently taken to the ground, causing the young woman, who had just finished a brain tumor treatment, to hit her head on the ground. “She’s trying to get away from them, but in the next instant, one of them had her down on the ground and hit her head on the floor,” Shirley Cohen said. “There was blood everywhere.”The young woman, who should have been celebrating the end of her treatment at St. Jude, was ultimately taken from Memphis International Airport in handcuffs. Terrified and bloodied, she was arrested and booked into jail for the night. “Here we were with nowhere to go, not even a toothbrush, our bags had gone to Chattanooga,” said Shirley Cohen.
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    Today, 05:52 PM
    Sure, public smoking should be legal. In private places (stores, homes, etc), owners can ban it. I see absolutely no point in banning public smoking outdoors. Car emissions and mesquite fireplaces bother my allergies more than the typical smoker.
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    Today, 11:18 AM
    Per a Bremainer FB amigo: Ross TheSloth Armishaw Seriously though, shitty media is shitty. A few years back, a couple of German scientists asked the EU's scientific & regulatory body for approval to make certain claims about water. The thing is, they filed it under a category about "diseases" and claimed that drinking water reduced the risk of development of dehydration. The body came back with the verdict that drinking water does not "cure" dehydration in the conventional sense (as antibiotics might do for bacterial infections) and was rejected more on technical grounds than anything else. Lo and behold, the national media ran with it saying "the EU is saying water doesn't help with dehydration!", which is not what they said at all.
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    Yesterday, 11:31 PM
    Incorrect. The heresy the council dealt with in the Council was actively opposed to Church tradition (which is rooted in the Gospel).
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    Yesterday, 08:34 PM
    Icons are not "idols". Please review this thread: Iconoclasm is a heresy for very good reasons, brother. ~hugs~ See also this:
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    Yesterday, 08:28 PM
    To be inline with the site guidelines for the forum, as posted here... This thread should only be used be used for Mormon's to cast a light on the issues as outlined in the OP. Follow-up questions by others is fine. This thread is not to be used as a spring board to bash Mormons or otherwise pile on. This thread needs to be respectful to all. Note- this policy seems the most sound and intellectually fulfilling. In cases where there is 3rd party material that makes accusations against another religion this site can be used to clear the air on those accusations without the accused having to be defensive.
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    Yesterday, 03:54 PM
    This goes here:
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    Yesterday, 02:51 PM
    Bullshit is popular in 'Murica! :P
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    Yesterday, 02:51 PM
    U forumtalking at dirt, bro? :eek:
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    Yesterday, 02:50 PM
    It's fine in late fall/winter/very early spring. :)
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    Yesterday, 01:25 PM
    Because I disagree with your made-up interpretation? :rolleyes: Whatever. You changed the subject to "Paulinists", so the blame for the derail falls on you.
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    Yesterday, 12:09 PM
    Intellectual honesty still really isn't your strong suit, I see.
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    Yesterday, 09:31 AM
    TER, I want to point out an assumption that you've made in your statement above. When you accuse CL of "not addressing this topic as a Christian, but more as an Israelite of the Old Testament," you are assuming that Israelites were not Christians under the Old Covenant. But if that were true, then it would mean that no Israelite was connected to the Messiah by faith (which would include church fathers like Abraham, Moses, and David). In effect, you are creating a false dichotomy between the people of God in the Old Testament and the people of God in the New Testament, even though both groups worship the same triune God. If you want to understand how the laws in the Old Testament apply today, then you have to study them through the eyes of Christ (cf. John 5:45-47), since Christ was the One Who established them with the Father and the Holy Spirit in the Old Covenant. Thus, the ethical principle imbibed in laws such as the ones in Deuteronomy still remain true and relevant for all people today (since Christ has all authority in Heaven and on Earth ). Even the apostle Paul compared New Testament Christians to Old Testament Christians in 1 Corinthians 10:1-4, illustrating that God interacts with His people the same way through covenant blessings and curses. So, you have no Biblical basis to make contrasts between Christians in the New Testament and Israelites in the Old Testament, as if God's Law had authority over the latter group but not the former. The laws do apply today, but in the greater revelation from Christ in the New Covenant, it takes greater wisdom to understand how they apply today. Once again, all of the laws in the Old Testament have an ethical implication to them, and ethics are eternal since they reflect the character of the triune God. Thus, CL has every right to discern and develop civil laws from laws in the Old Testament. Otherwise, the alternative is appealing to the relative morality of secular humanism (atheism) to frame civil statutes.
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    Yesterday, 06:01 AM
    Calling people names has been against the site guidelines for almost a decade. Anyone who left because of it would have done so out of their own ignorance. I do no think there was one case post Rand dropping out where there was a name calling report that was not properly managed. So the site is being run fine, no victims here. In general, people need to learn to deal with reality, even when it doesn't favor their political narrative. The site has done an evaluation and doesn't support Trump. As with many other candidates before, that doesn't mean we can't post news about what they are doing, we're not going to allow pro-Trump puff pieces but general news and negative commentary is fine. If there are false statements they can and should be called out. More posts where deleted. Everyone needs to go read the Community Guidelines and follow them:
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