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    Yesterday, 07:02 PM
    I started watching a show on Netflix called Trotsky. I didn't last too long because it was subtitled and all that reading made me sleepy. I did make it through the sex scene which was weird because Trotsky didn't even pull his pants down. Lazy ass commie. Now that Valentine is stuck in my head.
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    Yesterday, 06:35 PM
    Are you typing with both hands? I don't see your disclaimer.
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    Yesterday, 06:33 PM
    I think I'll check out the Dollar General. Thanks. I love sparkly. I'm also dying for a pair of green frames but they're hard to find.
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    Yesterday, 06:12 PM
    Exactly. What they want is not to be INCLUDED in what is NORMAL, but to REPLACE what YOU think is NORMAL with the PERVERSE. If they had their druthers, they would wreck your mind, and will NOT STOP until every aspect of your life is no longer recognizable. They have no self control, and probably can not stop until they take on Group Mentality, and, like an stampeding herd, destroy everything in their wake. Society is built piece by piece by individuals, and destroyed by Psychological Groups. When you find your own mindset perfectly aligned with any group, it is time to pause and reflect. +REP
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    Yesterday, 05:36 PM
    Survey: Among just me being polled, 100% of me wants to label these 27% as SHUT THE FUCK UP because they are actively destroying every normal facet of society. Whats next, EVERY fictional character ever was also a crossdressing *****? He-man was not a ladies man but a mans man? Skeletor had a boner for He-man? She-ra was a Lesbian Lickalottapus? The Easter Bunny is leg humping the family dog? St Patty liked playing Patty Cake with Roger Rabbit? STOP FUCKING GAYING EVERYTHING!
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    Yesterday, 04:01 PM
    I think I might go try on some of those 1/2 lenses. I'm not sure those come in cool, lol. I'm not using metal but I think it's the constant up and down with them that's breaking off my hair.
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    Yesterday, 03:56 PM
    Cool, he likes full flavored too. Thanks for the suggestions. I think I'm going to call customer service tomorrow because last year when I called the guy set me up with a bunch of freebies. I don't really see those deals online. I will ask about your suggestions, though. Mr A likes those crack lighters because he smokes on the golf course and they light the cigar. I also remembered that he wanted a plastic flask and I found him a cool as hell shirt at the thrift store. I was going to sell it but I know he would love it so I'm going to give it to him. I'm also going to buy him a Wok. He's been wanting one. I don't want another pan in the kitchen but he wants a friggin Wok for the two times a year he makes fried rice. That man...
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    Yesterday, 02:53 PM
    I had a healthy salad for lunch. No bacon.:unamused: Will most likely have some plain fish for dinner and drool over Mr A's chicken wings. I was thinking how I would like a big plate of chicken wings but I would also like to fit into my pants.
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    Yesterday, 02:44 PM
    I think that's what my husband got that he hates. His glasses were around 400.00. Writing down the order isn't the problem. People ask questions about the menus and we have several dishes that have very similar names and I like to point at the item on the menu to make sure that's what they want. I also can't see the words on the computer screen or the credit card receipts. I have to be able to read the tip. :):p
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    Yesterday, 01:33 PM
    Nah, he retired not too long after that and, overall, I thought he was a good doctor. What would I report him for? I told him he was full of shit. I hadn't had any rough booby sex. Anyway, he felt my boobs and said they were fine and told me to take some primrose oil and cut back on the coffee. It worked.
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    Yesterday, 01:24 PM
    They said they're better quality and cheaper. Mr A agreed with them when I told him what they did and I was like, WTF? He says he didn't hire one when he was there but he sure seemed to know a lot about them.:rolleyes:
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    Yesterday, 12:39 PM
    I don't like wearing them either but seeing is more important. I can't stick anything in my eye.
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    Yesterday, 12:08 PM
    #calexit Some L.A. pensions are so huge they exceed IRS limits, costing taxpayers millions extra Dozens of retired Los Angeles employees are collecting such generous retirement pay that they exceed pension fund limits set by the Internal Revenue Service, saddling taxpayers with additional costs, a Times data analysis has found. Their lavish pensions forced the city to establish an “Excess Benefit Plan” to pay what the pension system cannot legally cover, using money that could otherwise be tapped to fix sidewalks, fight homelessness or hire more cops.
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    Yesterday, 12:00 PM
    My dirty old men are hygienic. I'd steer clear of Russ and Cookie, though. They just got back from Costa Rica. They told me they go a few times a year because they like the hookers there. Russ also pays one of the Hooters Hoes a thousand dollars a month to "clean his house":smirking: every week.
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    Yesterday, 11:09 AM
    Lol, it's called foreplay. Was that a secret?:confused: Maybe I need to start writing studies for a living because I really don't see how this is news to anyone.
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    Yesterday, 11:04 AM
    Yes. The dirty old men love me. They are my customer base. The young men go for the the Hooters Hoes. They have no taste.
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    Yesterday, 10:02 AM
    It's hilly so none of the roads are straight. It also doesn't help that most of them are called Peachtree. In fact, it is often joked by natives that half of the streets in Atlanta are named Peachtree, and the other half have five names to make up for it. While “Peachtree” alone almost always refers to this street or its continuations, there are 71 streets in Atlanta with a variant of “Peachtree” in their name. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peachtree_Street
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    Yesterday, 09:57 AM
    I wore my sequined elf hat to work and just wore my readers all day. It worked except for the fact that I was dizzy and my eyes hurt at the end of the day. That's when I thought getting bifocals may be a solution.
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    Yesterday, 09:56 AM
    I have a naughty librarian chain and a monocle but they have a tendency to get caught in the cooler dividers when I'm bending down to get beer.
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    Yesterday, 09:50 AM
    This. I'd sue them for tasting nasty.
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    Yesterday, 08:19 AM
    Atlanta is a CF, too.
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    Yesterday, 08:18 AM
    Shopping for Mr A some cigars. He has a subscription with Thompson cigars and every year he gets a reward credit but I steal it and use it to buy him a Christmas gift. Last year, I got him a bunch of sampler packs that came with free lighters and a travel humidor. He really likes the travel humidor, btw and uses it a lot. Any suggestions on full flavored cigars? His subscription is for a box of Cosechero Torpedo every few months. He would enjoy something similar. He likes trying different stuff. I thought about getting him the Makers Mark infused cigar but it was expensive and seemed gimmicky.
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    Yesterday, 07:37 AM
    I made the mistake of telling my old gyno too much. When I complained to him that my boobs were hurting (I felt like it was hormonal), he told me to cut out the rough sex.:eek: That wasn't the problem.
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    Yesterday, 07:35 AM
    Makes adults of all ages feel more content. I don't need a medical study to tell me that.
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    Yesterday, 07:21 AM
    When I went to the eye doctor a few months ago he gave me a prescription but said I was fine to just keep buying my cheapo readers. Well, since I've started working it sucks to constantly be taking glasses on and off. I keep them on my head but I noticed they're pulling out my hair:eek: and every time I have to bend over they fall off my head. Annoying. Anyway, I'm thinking about taking my prescription and getting a pair of bifocals that I can just wear when I'm working but everyone I know who has them, hates them. Mr A has a pair of no lines (he hates them) and my mom has had both kinds. Any suggestions on what kind to get. I don't really care if they have lines. I just don't want to spend a bunch of money on glasses I hate. Are they easy to get used to? Mr A & my mom say no but they're set in their ways. I'm much more adaptable than they are.
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    Yesterday, 06:39 AM
    “People were strange like that. Steal five dollars and you were a petty thief. Steal thousands of dollars and you were either a government or a hero.” ― Terry Pratchett, Going Postal
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    Regarding those hypocrites and those who have abused and mistreated others for their own selfish gain, we too should pray for them, for they have been seduced by evil and have become slaves to their passions, and their souls are being dragged into the pit, especially those including those who have chosen the side of Satan over our Creator. When we think of people like Jay Z who in his millions has turned to the occult, we should have fear for them and pray for their souls and repeat the words of Christ and St. Stephen the first martyr, "forgive them Father for they know not what they do". Our feelings for them should not be one of joy for their sufferings, but rather hope and prayer for their eventual repentance.
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    In addition, we as Christians know how this will all end. We have been assured by Christ that upon his return Satan will be destroyed and the darkness and evil in creation will be extinguished forever. But the Satanist are banking on a complete different ending, one in which 'God is destroyed'. This is what I meant when I said that they seek for the death of God. I probably didn't phrase it well the first time.

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    Of course, when I say that satanists wish for the death of God, I do not mean that God can be destroyed. Rather, that is the lie they believe as worshipers of satan. Granted, God did die, and it was on account of Satan's treachery and the weakness of men which eventually led to Christ on the cross, and on the cross God the Son died and suffered a sinless death in order to vanquish the power of eternal death over men. This is the might and grandeur of the love our Father in Heaven has for his children. So instead of God dying and Satan gaining, the Christian paradox which has turned the world upside down is that God dies, and the power of Satan is rendered powerless. This is the mystery of the cross and why demons can't stand to look upon it.
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    I think tyhis is a case (Cop shoots up minivan) where "hard rhetoric" is in order. I was honestly confused by PaulConventionWV's post (Since most of his posts in this thread seem solidly aimed at proving that the pigs were unjust) but its clear that there's at least one hardcore apologist in this thread, and honestly, I think the only way to make him see it is to attack him to the point where he feels worthless. We can't convince him that he's wicked, he's too blinded to see it.
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    John Hagee believes in "Dual Covenant Theology." Basically, that means he believes in two methods of salvation, one for the Jews (Through adherence to Old Testament Law) and one for the Gentiles (By Grace Through Faith in Jesus Christ. ) I said that the fact that he believes that proves that he is a child of Satan, which is exactly what Jesus Christ told the self-righteous pharisees in his day, because they believed they could be saved through following the law.

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