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    Today, 01:40 AM
    I got him for you. I was gonna rep you, too, but the collectivist bot is collective. I have to spread it around. I must say that this section is becoming a real turnoff, though. Seems like some friends use it purely for the strategic purpose of creating division among Christians as a matter of organizational function. To organize in a way as to guide dialogue toward the false notion that some Christians are more worthy than others for the sake of projecting their own self-professed doctrinal superiority. That's not what this section is for. It's become a bad element as a consequence of ignoring it and letting it run amok. Personally, I'd be content to see Bryan completely remove this sub-forum for that reason alone. Respectfully, I just don't think that the staff is of the astute means to recognize what is actually going on here. It's no different that when we see organized function for purposeful division on the main boards. And the perpetrators surely know it. I think it's why they've grown to be so obtuse and arrogant while continuing. There's no doubt about it, this section is being used counterintuitively to its intended purpose. It's being used to organize for the strategic purpose of creating targeted division. I'd permaban the minions permanantly if it were me in the interest of making the section functional in a beneficial way. Or the main culprit at the very least. But it's not me. But I'm glad to see that you and Pete aren't giving our friends a free pass.
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    Yesterday, 01:03 AM
    How's that Divine Liturgy going fer ya? :)
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    12-01-2016, 09:42 PM
    Ha. Come on, Superfluous Man. Don't pull a S_F on me with asking me loaded questions. I have a pretty good grasp on muh history as well as some of its shortcomings. Now you don't support the Constitution as I recall, right? And the founders, you don't respect them either, right? And I think maybe you even reject the Bill Of Rights if I'm not mistaken. I might be wrong about your view on thje Bill Of Rights, though. Please correct me if I am. I just want to be clear on your position if we're gonna have a pow wow about history and the nature of our Constitutional Republic. Really, I don't even feel like debating at the moment. I'm just kind of chillaxing and flipping through the threads. Thinking about making something to eat.
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    12-01-2016, 08:31 PM
    Yeah, well, if a frog had wings he wouldn't bump his butt on the rocks. Of course, a frog doesn't have wings. So he hops around butt hurt all day. Tee hee hee hee hee.
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    12-01-2016, 07:10 PM
    Ah, man. oyarde. I was thinking of you today. I was reading comments/reviews on a page to buy a nickel and I said to myself, oyarde would appreciate this. Read some of them, they're a hoot. https://www.amazon.com/Nickel-from-2003/dp/B00022RCPC/
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    12-01-2016, 07:02 PM
    You know, I tried their coffee and I didn't like it.
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    12-01-2016, 06:29 PM
    No, silly goose. You don't know what it means. Mainly because you don't know what We The People means. Or maybe you do and you just don't like it because of a thing or something. So you have Consent of The Governed all fudged up. You can't take Consent of The Governed out of its intended context and make it what you wanna. That won't work. Consent is a very important term. It's a moral duty to provide it or refuse it, really. Here read this thread. http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?493927-The-American-Ideal-of-1776-The-Twelve-Basic-American-Principles&p=6197351&viewfull=1#post6197351 It'll be good for you once the old light bulb stars blinkin. Now, I put that thread there just for these very situations because we don't want to look silly of our own doing if we don't have to. I have a couple more of around here but you have to go through that one first for everything to click. A place for everything and everything in its place kinda thing. But thanks for that dictionary.com link. That kind of reminded me of the time a guy gave me a dictionary link to learn what freedom and liberty meant. Now that wat was a hoot. As if a dictionary defines principles. HelloOoOoooo.
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    12-01-2016, 02:04 PM
    Come on, Pierz. Talk to me, brother.
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    12-01-2016, 02:02 PM
    Are you one of those "Global Citizens" who are all the rave?
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    12-01-2016, 02:00 PM
    You'd do well to educate yourself on what consent actually means in the framework of our Constitututional Republic.
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    12-01-2016, 12:23 PM
    I found it. :) https://www.amazon.com/UpBright-Female-Socket-Supply-Extension/dp/B01M7P6ACQ/ref=sr_1_10?ie=UTF8&qid=1480616535&sr=8-10&keywords=UpBright++female+cable+extension
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    12-01-2016, 12:00 PM
    Try Sears. There's some different chair cables here - http://www.sears.com/search=heated%20recliner%20cable%20extension http://www.sears.com/kaidi-recliner-power-supply-2-motor-bundle/p-SPM8606687902?plpSellerId=Ami
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    12-01-2016, 02:59 AM
    Nah, I'm going to bed, man. It's late.
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    12-01-2016, 02:50 AM
    No, that's not the only way it works. Have you ever known of an employer who has done it? I won't say that I have or haven't. But I know what I'm talking about. Yours isn't the only way it's done. Anyway. I just learned something about you.
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    12-01-2016, 02:47 AM
    And alot of times, employers will house them in a group. So that's a way to stay low, too.
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    12-01-2016, 02:41 AM
    Yep. I knew that. I just wanted to be clear if that was what you were getting at. My main question is where do they get the SS number. If it's stolen, like lily was saying about hers, then surely it'd be reported stolen. I wonder if they maybe get "borrowed" or reted out. It's gotta be something like that. Snd yeah, that;s a good question about the IRS. Since a alot of the times, it's a coupel family menmbers, I wonder if only one uses it and the other one just stays on the down-lo while on the work site.
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    12-01-2016, 02:29 AM
    Hm. So in other words, one Mexican obtains a SS number, works for...oh, I don't know..let's say a landscaper for a couple years. He sends his dollars home and turns them into pesos via western union at three or four times the value, buys what equates to a small mansion down there, then he sends his brothers or cousins to the sates, they all shack up in the same place and they work for the same employer using the same SS number as the other one who went back to mexico, then the new guys repeat the process. Is that what yer saying, timbo? Makes sense.
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    12-01-2016, 01:50 AM
    I was just messing with you, man. :)
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    12-01-2016, 01:21 AM
    Wait. So you lie sometimes? :eek: Stop doing that. :cool:
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    11-30-2016, 11:18 PM
    What do you two think about this once over. It's an old sermon. Not like the pre-constitution liberty sermons I posted around here some place. This is 20th century stuff. I'll snip n post and put the rest in a link. What Is The Gospel? By Dr. Harry Ironside (1876-1951) - http://jesus-is-savior.com/BTP/Dr_Harry_Ironside/what_is_the_gospel.htm
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    11-30-2016, 09:52 PM
    Hm. Unsweetened original, huh? I'll look for it. Mine only said unsweetened, I think. I wish they had just little ones in a half pint you could just try and pick the best tasting one. I do like coconut, though. I can eat a whole bag of the shredded. Thanks. I'll look for it next time.
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    11-30-2016, 09:38 PM
    That's headache inducing. A bunch of noise.
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    11-30-2016, 09:17 PM
    Did you kill it?
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    11-30-2016, 06:47 PM
    This is likely one of the more intellectually dishonest things I've read in a while. Either that or just ignorance as far as a grasp on history and where the traditional American philosophy of governance is concerned. But I have to get ready to head out the door for a bit. I'll be back later.
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    11-30-2016, 05:29 PM
    You now what's fun? It hurts a little, though, if you don't die. And it's only fun beforehand. And for like 2 seconds afterward. Hang out in your apple tree and wait for the cows to walk under and jump down on their back. Like a smaller cow. Maybe a medium sized one. That's only a one-time deal, though. Because once you get thrown you're like, screw that, I'm not doing that again. But that's just some dumb stuff you do when you're a kid. The thread go me thinking of it.
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    11-30-2016, 05:14 PM
    I tried the coconut but I didn't like it. I got the unsweetened but I'd like to give it another chance. What kind do you get? I saw "regular" "unsweetened" and "sweetened." I couldn't figure out the difference between regular and sweetened so I got the unsweetened. What's the difference between regular and sweetened?
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    11-30-2016, 04:28 PM
    I stopped drinking cows milk a while back. And I'm someone who grew up in the hills. We went into town maybe once a month. But not for food. Some people around here may understand what kind of lifestyle I'm talking about. I'm talking about complete independence with the nearest neighbor being several acres up the holler (we call it the holler for a reason.) Being a part of the landscape. Working the same garden year after year with seeds from the previous year. I still remember my grandma canning from the garden for the winter. Fishing out of the river. Every other day usually. Hunting. The kind of hunting you do to put food on the table every day. Responsible hunting, too. Respectful hunting. There's a certain respect that one should have of nature. And even respecting the animal in death. You respect them and their environment equally as you would when you select and harvest them. So many people (especially northerners, I've noticed) just go out and shoot the first thing that moves just to get a snapshot of themselves pushing their chests out and grinning from ear to ear these days. The kind of notherners that like to put lift kits and mud boggers on their trucks and wear the newest and coolest hunting duds with their shiny new designer cowboy boots to make up for their conscientious shortcomings about their little dicks or whatever. And they fuck up the woods, too. No respect. And water. Heh. That's something else. The only water I had until we moved up north in my late teens was spring water fresh out of the mountain. That's it. Nothing else. As it is, our little house was built right up the hill from it. I suppose that's just a consequence of people living in and surviving by nature. For generations, really. And if you haven't ever been chased up the mountain by a bear while you were fetching spring water, then you haven't lived. I remember the first time I had a manufactured soda pop. This was my introduction to manufacting for the masses. It was after we moved up north. I think it was a Tab. And I don't even remember how ended up with it but I did and I drank it. That thing gave me the worst headache I'd ever had in my life. It was crazy. We ended up finding a spring some miles away and started using that but it still didn't taste the same as what we got from the Blue Ridge down south Anyway. The cows milk. We had cows, too. But they didn't stand in one spot their whole lives being pumped full of chemicals. And they were respected. We didn;t beat the hell out of them. So we drank it all of the time. And even the cream on top of the fresh milk was really good. For butter, too. So I stopped drinking cows milk once I realized that things just aren't like that anymore. It's a different world today. The nature of things are messed up. Plus I'm not a cow. Heh. I do have a distaste for the way animals are bred and made to live the way they do in mainstream manufacturing, though. Raising animals to produce the way I learned to do it was a far cry from the inhumane way they're treated in manufacturing. And plus they're all doped up with all sorts of concoctions to fend off infections and diseases they get from being in the environment they're in. And eating chemical laden gmo grain. I switched to almond milk and really haven't missed the cows milk. I mean, the almond milk is full of natural supplements but I take natural supplements like candy anyway. But that's just me. That's my personal choice.
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    11-30-2016, 03:54 PM
    Also it looks like a cat. With a rooster tail.
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    11-30-2016, 03:46 PM
    Why? And says whom? I haven't visited the site in quite some time but as I recall, what I had read the last few times that I followed a link to their site was verifiable.
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