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    Today, 10:40 AM
    Approximately 12,000 Haitian Migrants Released into U.S. — ‘Could Be Even Higher’ https://www.breitbart.com/clips/2021/09/26/mayorkas-approximately-12000-haitian-migrants-released-into-u-s-could-be-even-higher/ Pam Key 26 Sep 2021 Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said on this week’s broadcast of “Fox News Sunday” that approximately 12,000 Haitian migrants had been released into the United States, and he added that the tally “could be even higher.” Anchor Chris Wallace said, “I want to start with those 30,000 Haitian migrants who came across the border into Del Rio, Texas, since September 9th, as you say. You say that 12,400 will have their cases heard by an immigration judge, and another 5,000 are being processed by your department. Mr. Secretary, of those 17,400, how many have been released into the U.S. and how many more potentially could be released into the U.S.?”
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    Today, 10:36 AM
    In 1750 the earth's population was roughly 791 million. In 1800 it was 1 billion. In 1900 it was 1.6 billion. In 2015 it was 7.4 billion. 5 billion people can not come here.
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    Today, 10:27 AM
    Same to you!...Sucks didn't it? Here's hoping Dr. Doom and the Communist Chinese don't have something much worse cooked up for us for in the next round.
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    Today, 10:23 AM
    Thanks for the update, glad you're feeling better. Thankfully I've had three consecutive negative tests so I'm over the hump. I also never experienced any symptoms like that, mine were all respiratory in nature. I still can't smell or taste anything, but the initial symptom has gone, and that was everything tasting and smelling like shit. Not "shit" specifically, but weird, strange and unpleasant tastes and smells that equaled nothing in nature.
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    Today, 10:16 AM
    That's probably a good idea.
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    Today, 10:16 AM
    No ivermectin. Nothing against it. But just cleaning out the bowels seems to be doing the trick for me.
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    Today, 10:14 AM
    Glad you made it through brother!
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    Today, 06:18 AM
    This will probably be the simultaneously funniest and most serious post I've ever done. As most of you know by know I caught the dreaded COVID-19. I refused to get vaccinated. (Sorry but if you try to force me to do something I am NOT going to do it.) And I don't think it would have mattered anyway because I caught it from my double vaxxed dad. Yeah...I was kinda doing my vitamins...but not really. Who can keep up with that everyday? (Well...I should have but whatever). And no I'm not somebody's mask slave. (When they said don't do masks I was going through the backwoods of Tennessee getting my n95 hookup going on then buying straight from China when that ran out. Again, I do what they say don't do.) Anyhow, nature doesn't give a crap about what I want and so I caught the rona. My temp was as high as 102 at one point, but that didn't last long. What has lasted is just feeling awful. Headaches. Nausea. Dry heaves. (Nothing as disappointing as running to the toilet expecting to throw up and it's just air.) And worse, the inability to sit up long and do anything. I occassionally coughed up a little phlim. My O2 level has always been over 96. My ex wife is an infectious disease specialist at a major hospital. She told me even before I tested positive that I should take mag citrate because that's what's she's been giving her patients and they feel better in a couple of days. My brother, a nurse, thought at first she was pranking me because he was like "You're going to be crapping for days." But then he looked up the studies and realized magneseum has been helping COVID patients. Well I bought the stuff (had it bought for me actually) and I looked at it for a couple of days. My ex, when checking on me asked me why hadn't I taken it yet. I hadn't told her I hadn't taken it. She just guessed that because I was still feeling like crap. So...I took it yesterday morning. It took a while to kick it. But then...it kicked in. I've basically been crapping out green soup. She said when it get's to clear water it's run it's course. But I have to admit it...I am feeling better. Here's the studies for those interested. https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT04941703 https://www.news-medical.net/news/20200604/Study-says-vitamin-magnesium-combo-may-reduce-severity-of-COVID-19-in-seniors.aspx
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    Today, 02:37 AM
    Who were these people?
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    Yesterday, 11:56 PM
    Article IV - Section 4: The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against Invasion
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    Yesterday, 11:51 PM
    Swordsmyth Please post my info above in post #37 to the discord chat...I haven't got my log in info handy
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    Yesterday, 11:34 PM
    osan Brother, I cannot imagine the pain you are going through. But listen, I'll keep this short and sweet: I just recovered from a nasty case of "breakthrough" COVID that the family caught from a fully vaxxed person. Wretched stuff that had me in the hospital for four days. First off, HCQ and Ivermectin and monoclonal antibodies are only effective at the very start of a COVID infection, so those are pretty much off the table.
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    Yesterday, 08:16 PM
    I would like to see some of these posts and comments, because, now that you mention it, I seem to recall the same thing, although, to be honest, I have always found E-D to be cryptic, difficult to understand or to draw a clear point from. You have correctly assessed my position on Trump. It's never been any more than that. That, and a recognition of how dangerous the current political opposition is.
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    Yesterday, 07:38 PM
    Strange how that is, isn't it?
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    I remember that, and I remember that you made new accounts and came back to CFC a few times.
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    How's life been going, been a while since we've talked. Can you believe that our CFC days were almost a decade ago?
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    music director at the Catholic Church I went to removed all references to God as he and used gender neutral terms instead. Two priest did nothing about it. In the Orthodox Churches that I've gone to not just the priest and bishops would not have put up with that, but neither would the congregation. The reason the Orthodox is Orthodox world wide despite separation by land, language and nationalities is that the congregation wants to be Orthodox.

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    I found there is less of a tendency for people to ask favors in prayer and more to accept God's will and his mercies.

    From my understanding, the roots of the schism go back to Augustine. He was a Latin speaking lawyer who didn’t read the Greek of the Desert Fathers. Luther and many other reformers were heavily influenced by his writings as well as Thomas Aquinas.

    Also when refering to the teachings of The Church, Catholics tend to see them as coming from the Pope and Cardinals. The Orthodox see The Church as a consensus of everyone from the Fathers to all the Orthodox today led by the Holy Spirit of course. One thing that led me away from the RCC was the
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    2 Peter 1:1-11 is our view of Salvation. Yes we are predestined and were are also told to make every effort to confirm our election, so I see it as a mix of Calvinism and RCC. After the schism the Western Churches got hung up on different on bits and pieces of scripture and couldn’t focus on the whole of it. Hell’s Unicorn described Orthodoxy view on soteriology as “primitive.” I couldn’t argue with that. The icons are our family album. The Orthodox way of venerating them is no different than the way we greet each other at Church because we are made in His image. Sometimes I think Orthodox tend to argue too much like Catholics, IMO.

    I found there is less of a tendency for people to ask favors in prayer and more to accept God's will and his mercies.
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    Here's a quick rundown: This is my understanding of the differences between RCs and EOCs. The EOC’s interpretations of scripture takes its roots from the Desert Fathers from the 1st few centuries. There is less of a legalistic and more mystical take. God is not narrowed down to judge, brother, creator etc. He is all that at once. John the Evangelist who reclined his head on Jesus’ chest at the Last Supper, fell to his face in awe and worship in his vision in the Book of Revelation.

    Fasting and works are not to fulfil a penance, it is to be closer to God (Actually your questioning about fasting led me to Orthodoxy from the RCC) My understanding of salvation is that I am saved, and my works are to unite me with God-- more to bend my will towards God's.
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    Sola was the first to point out that he was definitely not an antinomianism. It's funny. It still took me a year to get that in my head. Erowe1 gave the best description of FA. I disagreed only on a technicality. That's when I dropped out of the arguments.
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    I was an atheist, then RC, and now EOC. The discussions here helped lead me to the EOC. My first intro to Faith Alone was fellow Marines who had sex with anything and said they were save by FA. That's how I argued it. I think what finally got to me was when some RCs were trying to say the good thief was saved by an act of faith because they didn't want to say he was saved by faith. It wasgrace through faith, and that would have saved me hundred of argumentative posts.
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    Yeah he has my respect.
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    I wasn't calling the reformed position dumb, I was saying you were acting like a dumbass.
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