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    Today, 10:14 AM
    Ha. I liked Newt there. It'd be nice to see real journalism on the critical issues of the day from the likes of Kelly and company. But we don't get that. All we get is a bunch of spew about where people put their pee-pees. Social Justice spew. I do maintain that Trump will win the election. While I could be wrong, I agree with Newt here.
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    Today, 08:21 AM
    You crazy, Suz. Heh.
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    Yesterday, 08:54 PM
    No shave November coming up. Let's go. :)
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    Yesterday, 05:59 PM
    Heh. That was funny. I do need some better ties, though.
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    Yesterday, 05:16 PM
    I don't generally like facial hair. I like my face smoove. Lately I've been having a little bit of whiskers. Not that hipster kind. Just regular man whiskers. Here's what I've been carrying around lately. Might be time for it to hit the bricks. It does start to itch. Plus the old man's gettin grey.
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    Yesterday, 01:32 AM
    I've been changing rooms with my son and was going through all of my old clothes to go to Goodwill and I found this vial of metal in one of my old jeans pockets. Those jeans are close to 20 years old and I have no idea where I got this. What's it look like? Anybody know? It's not magnetic. I tried that. Inside the cap the number 18 is molded. I has some silverish tone to it. And man-made it looks like.
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    10-24-2016, 02:04 PM
    lily's dad has passed just this morning (lilymc) Some of you may know that he was battling cancer. We had been praying for him on the prayer chain thread that seems to escape me at the moment. I simply cannot find it. Anyhow, she's packing up and heading to California from Baja as I write this. She hasn't even renewed her passport since she really just got back down there so please pray that she gets there without much obstacle. I will tell you all that lily is a very, very special person in my life. So it is from the bottom of my heart that I ask for your prayers for her and her family during this very difficult time in their lives. Please pray for God's strength for this family during this very difficult time. Please pray for God to welcome and receive lily's dad and our brother into his loving arms. His name is George. Thank You
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    10-23-2016, 03:27 PM
    Here you go... Some other relative links there, too.
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    10-23-2016, 09:17 AM
    I'm going to think on it during the day. Because, indeed, this is a very good topic for discussion. I was thinking of identity (authenticity of the self, really) in terms of those times in life when Grace is found. When one connects with something larger than himself or herself and one becomes what one beholds and is then able to see beyond their concerns and constraints. Concerns and constraints of the weight of the now, for example, could be those times when some inner saddening of the past and the anxiousness for the future constantly drives one crazy inside their mind. But when one sees beyond those anxieties, those anxieties silence themselves and you're purged of the constraints from them never shutting up. To me, that's authentic identity. Of course, that's merely a single example but there are many if we are able to find them and grow from them. These are moments of reconciliation. Moments when you move forward. Transformative moments when you find yourself from outside of yourself. Culturally, though, I think people are losing knowledge (and even interest) of knowing their true identity. Seems like many people tend to try to be the kind of person that the other person they're talking with thinks they are instead of who they really are as a person. And getting worse since the evolution of social media like facebook and whatnot. People are more interested in trying to satisfy the image of themselves that the other person has of them instead of just being themselves. And in doing so, nether ever really get to know the true mind of the other. It's becoming a repetitive circle. Anyway. I guess I'm rambling there. Getting into existence precedes essence versus essence versus existence and whatnot.
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    10-23-2016, 06:52 AM
    Mm. Yeah, I see where you're coming from. There's a rather deep bit of complex dialogue that could be had on the topic. Am I who I think I am? or Am I who I think you think I am? kind of deal. Followers and leaders are often divided for good reason. What you speak of demands the Indivisible whole. Hm. It's something to ponder.
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    10-23-2016, 12:47 AM
    Dang, Gunny. When did you grow that thing? You kind of have that distinguished social studies teacher look going on there, man.
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    10-22-2016, 08:29 PM
    And the terms that define losing and winning? Those which define the prize, I mean. Share with us these defining lines that separate man from man, winner from loser, on this great battlefield of rightous and worthy men, osan. My question is not one that is offered in sarcasm or in humor or even in jest. It's a serious question.
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    10-21-2016, 08:26 AM
    Trump opened up a greater awareness of rigged elections and malfeasant media. In fact, he has opened up dialogue in a number of critical areas on a much larger scale. There is fruit to be picked here. I just don't trust people with picking it and processing it for nourishment to the cause. Pride and arrogance will likely fragment any value into nothing harvestable. So it's unfortunate that I must remain content to watch it rot on the vine.
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    10-21-2016, 07:21 AM
    Additionally, I tend to use the term anti-moral as opposed to the term immoral for the purpose of recognizing and acknowledging clear and strategic aggression toward the primary foundation for moral code (The Natural Law...God's Law) in which the fundamental principles of Indvidual Liberty and proper human relations are dependent. Again, Liberty-Responsibility. It is our moral duty to defend that which empowers us to make a true claim to the benefits of Individual Liberty. Which, btw, doesn't come from bowing down and kssing the rings of worldly kings.
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    10-21-2016, 05:20 AM
    If she doesn't, I will. And eagerly. Your shortcoming here (assuming that it is as such...although it is possible...even probable...that you're being deliberately dishonest and deceptive given your posting history and consistent anti-Individual rhetoric in promoting Monarchy...albeit some misguided and poorly thought out ideology of your preferred form of government) is the single reason why you have no business speaking in Liberty. Individual Liberty as it relates to the traditional American founding philosophy is dependent upon both its primary foundation for moral code ...Natural Law...God's well as its principles together if a legitimate claim to its benefits is to be made. They cannot be accepted and rejected piecemeal. Not today. Not tomorrow. Not any day. To attempt to do so undermines the very concept of Individual Liberty fully and mak3s illegitimate any claim to its benefit. Again, though, I'll give her a chance to touch on objective versus subjective morality from a biblical perspective on the matter. Osan, we'll have to have words on this, too. I want to better understand what you're saying about relations. I contend that proper man to man relations are the product of man's Divine origin. Man's spiritual relationship with God is the bencmark for proper relations with his fellow man and government. Man has a moral duty to it. And to forget that or to make a clever attempt to minimize or to remove that primary relationship from the terms of controversy is the most critical of naw naws. As I've mentioned many times...perhaps to deaf ears but said none the less, Liberty must always be discussed in dialogue with responsibility for the purpose of proper context of Individual Liberty as it relates to the traditional American philosophy of self governanc3. Liberty-Responsibility. And I'd like to touch on why only worthy men are deserving of the benefits of Individual Liberty. Once I get back up and running anyway. I'm on my phone now. Respectfully, though, I can't let you guys roll with that unchallenged because it'd be a disservice to the less informed casual passer-by to do so given that they likely couldn't see the distinction such as we. I think that everyone here with even a dollar's worth of public library receipts can see rev3's agenda which is patently aggressive toward Individualism and deceptively under the cloak of its very baanner, but yours lends it credence, osan. So I want to make sure I understand what you're saying here in scope. I'd also add that while Man was certainly endowed, he was firstly created. By way of my own study, likely around 3882 or 3 BC. Which is a completely different topic. Albeit one that I intend to introduce.
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    10-21-2016, 04:59 AM
    Placeholder. My computer is unhooked while i have renovation happening so I'm wingin it on my mobile. But I'm definitely getting into this one, boys. Good thread.
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    10-20-2016, 01:55 PM
    Fellas need to start giving it to em nice n good. That'll fix it. The contemporary man is generally a big ol' pussy. The need for masculinity has gradually been removed from society. Stuff like this is merely a consequence. Men don't act like men anymore.
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    10-18-2016, 08:34 PM
    I 1 starred yer thread, op. Your short sighted rhetoric is a liability to the cause of liberty. Plus you're a dick. And a fraud. If there is anyone that should be pushed out it's you. You stink. You're just plain creepy.
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    10-10-2016, 01:56 AM
    Certainly they are, in CT, it is known as either modified comparative negligence or several/proportionate liability. What utter bollocks is this now? Is the standard so low now? On the false premise that drug dealers are flushing all the drugs down their toilets and gang-banger move their illegal guns around from random abandoned vehicles? What a d-bag:
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    10-10-2016, 12:14 AM
    It would be great if he could work in the mechanics and logic on the matter a bit more, so as to provide viewers with a practical understanding on income taxation (otherwise I think they are just left confused, still thinking, yet more rantings from another loony conspiracy theorist.)
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    10-10-2016, 12:05 AM
    ...Perhaps if NASA did not destroy all of the VHS tapes from the supposed moon landings (so as to cover-up what really happened on the moon), they could have just popped that first one in and listened for themselves.
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    10-09-2016, 07:43 AM
    Right, because terrorists and lone wolves are going to walk to their targets, first mailing a picture of themselves to whomever. ...Don baseball cap, sunglasses, hoody, keep head down.
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    10-09-2016, 12:18 AM
    There sure are. I imagine they're all up to date on their shots now, though.
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    10-09-2016, 12:13 AM
    Simply put, because daddy needs his ribs and p***y!
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    10-09-2016, 12:04 AM
    Isn't such laws intended to apply only to public commons anyways? Ergo, he can display pretty much whatever he wants on his own private property, but cannot leave such signs on street corners, empty lots, light posts, telephone poles, etc.
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