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    Today, 12:16 AM
    Funny you should mention those... I haven't rejected them out of hand. I read them and found most of it of no use to me. That which spoke to me, I have retained. I don't buy the angry God narrative. When I was 17 I did my first trip. While I am no advocate of such things, it is up to each man to choose for himself and for me it was a Godsend because it was on that cold December evening that God spoke to me. No, not like the burning bush, but far more deeply. I saw how God smiles and laughs and I needed that more than perhaps even getting laid. I think it literally saved my life. The pissy-old drunk model of God is FAIL that arises from those who do not know how to read well or listen to what their senses tell them. I pity such people, for as noisy as my head tends to be, I suspect theirs are far worse.
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  • Raginfridus's Avatar
    Today, 12:00 AM
    Both warmongers are colossal jackoffs. If Ducksoup doesn't mind losing her legs for nothing, that's awesome - power to ya, chickee! If Trump wants to commandeer and chief a warpath across Asia, he can do so stretched across the prow of the Reagan all by his lonesome. We don't need the oil either's selling.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:53 PM
    Thank you for speaking directly for once. This is how communications should be. Leave the fancy poetic verse thing for fancy poetic verse. Clarity begets clarity and understanding, which I feel is important where certain topics are concerned. As for chickenhawks, let us be sensible. If you want war and can get someone else to do the fighting in your place, you would be a wholesale idiot to go and do it yourself, all notions of honor notwithstanding. I mean, come on now. Of course, the better position is to advocate for copious fucking in preference to fighting. But if you're going to be of the "make war" clan, finding suckers to do the dying for you only makes rational sense. We don't have to like it, mind you, but should at least acknowledge the sensibility of it.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:41 PM
    I mean no offense, but IMO 99% of the bible as it stands is worthless poo. Allow me to clarify, that you not need work too hard not to take offense. The bible is a translation of a translation of a translation of a... To put it in the words of, IIRC, Rabbi Cooperman, "translation is betrayal". I could not agree more. But it goes far beyond mere linguistic translation. Even in the original tongues, there is semantic drift. My common example runs something like this: were I go get into my time machine and go back to even Shakespearian England and tell even the most erudite men that Michael Jackson was "bad", they would assume I was speaking of an evil man, when in fact I was heaping upon him colloquial praise as being very much the opposite. Calling him "cool" would likely give rise to the notion that is not particularly friendly. And so forth. In a mere 400 years, the changes in the vernacular are so extreme that most people today are unable to read the works of Bill and grasp the meaning beyond the most vague notions that this one loves that one and hates the other one. The true and detailed semantic nuances are wholly lost on them. Now imagine compounding this error propagation by an addition 1600 years (New Testament) and through actual linguistic conversions from Aramaic, ancient Greek and Hebrew, Latin, etc. into intermediary translations into German, old English, then to middle English, and perhaps even once again into current colloquial English. I can guaRONtee that much of the essential meaning is lost. This is not God's foible, but that of men.
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    Yesterday, 11:15 PM
    osan replied to a thread Suzanimal? in Open Discussion
    Umm... "strange" doesn't quite cover this one.
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    Yesterday, 11:14 PM
    Learn to spell right, God damn it. Ill-Annoy. Got it? RIGHT! PS: hot legs.
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    Yesterday, 11:13 PM
    If you have a point to make, you should do so. This innuendo crap is for the birds.
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    Yesterday, 11:10 PM
    That, and the common man as well. The sorts of comments I'd hear about Obammy were nothing compared with what I hear, see, and read about Trump. It is interesting to see that Comedy Central has devoted entire shows to Trump including the one hosted by that black asshole Noah something or other. A wholesale phag from the shit-hole South Africa who lives here precisely because SA is such a dangerous and rotten place. He is given asylum and thanks the host with his mean-spirited drivel. Should send his ass back and let the animals have at him. If Trump had any sense, he would import the white South Africans by the hundreds of thousands. Their farmers are world-class producers and they are being exterminated. It is interesting to note how their existential plight is being wholly ignored by media because it's the black shits who are doing the killing of whites, which doesn't quite fit the white-people-be-evil-,-black-people-be-po'-vikkims narrative. I'd let every last one of them in. Within a year I suspect there'd be nary an individual left in SA. The black ones would be unable to feed themselves. What a world.
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    Yesterday, 11:00 PM
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    Yesterday, 10:56 PM
    Huh... funny, but I don't have a problem with it, provided the redux is actually better than the predecessor. In the vast majority of cases, they are not. If anyone ever remakes Bladerunner, I will hunt them and well... you can guess the rest. Unless a remake strives and succeeds at doing a significantly better job than its predecessors, the producers and directors should be beaten with iron bars. There are many abominations representing the failure to accomplish this goal of questionable worthiness. "The Italian Job" comes immediately to mind. There are many others. This remake phenomenon just illustrates how bankrupt Hollywood is become.
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  • Raginfridus's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:48 PM
    It was all the work of Professor Moriarty.
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    Yesterday, 10:43 PM
    Holy crap. I am not a fan... her voice was not quite in my spectrum of "wow", but 46? Poor dear. Mewonders what happened. My friend Mike of the flea market informed me today that his brother, whom I also knew, died not long ago. When they found him, his body had turned black. I really don't want to know. PS: just saw suicide. How sad.
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    Yesterday, 10:39 PM
    osan replied to a thread Triggered in Open Discussion
    You know, I really resent living in a state where none of this sort of thing exists. I mean, it's all so boring here. I'd like to be on a college campus filled with these SJW snowfags, just so I could trigger them and watch as they spazz out, twitching to and fro' and making all manner of incomprehensible noises at me. I know I should be more adult that this, but I don't want to.
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    Yesterday, 10:38 PM
    http://www.chicagonow.com/dennis-byrnes-barbershop/2016/11/tammy-duckworth-is-rahm-emanuels-handmaiden/ ... Gotta love the freak show that is Illinois.
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    Yesterday, 10:35 PM
    osan replied to a thread Triggered in Open Discussion
    Was Peter Griffin's chin intentionally designed to look like a nut-sack?
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    Yesterday, 10:32 PM
    He looks just like my Hercules, only differing in color. Herky is a great dog. We call him the "bloody big head".
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    Yesterday, 10:31 PM
    Origanalist replied to a thread Any Advice? in Open Discussion
    My advice? Concentrate on getting the correct medical treatment administered to John. After this is done to your (and his, obviously) satisfaction go ahead and go after the pos if you're still so inclined. The medical profession is full of these people, I had my cancer misdiagnosed for months. The important thing right now is to concentrate on beating it.
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    Yesterday, 10:29 PM
    Good one. Me: Ukraine, Romania, Africa, NYC, NJ, LA, Ill-Annoy, Massachusetts, Yolo County Jail, Bayonne. Not very impressive a list, I know, but I don't think I'd want to go any worse than that.
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    Yesterday, 10:20 PM
    osan started a thread Any Advice? in Open Discussion
    My stepfather is named John. He is something of a strange bird, but a very intelligent and good man. Months ago he was diagnosed with malignancies on the cervical spine. He was referred to one Dr. Gilbert Lederman, a supposed genius and infallible expert on stereotactic radiation therapy for such cancers. Details aside, Lederman's behavior left me endlessly suspicious. What good and competent doctor yells at and belittles his patients? I advised mom to seek a second opinion, which they have. The doctor, Carp I believe is his name at Rahway Hospital in NJ, was apparently gob-smacked by what he found in the records. According to him, Lederman literally did NOTHING. Also, John's urologist is apparently an inept. Apparently, a PSA over 5 is considered cause for concern. John's was over 95, and still the doctor said it was nothing. Now, I will usually forgive and forbear almost any error made against me. Where people I love are concerned, there is a monster inside me that wishes to wreak destruction on them, their families, and anyone who knows them. No, I don't mean that quite literally, but I am attempting in my weak way to impart to you just how unforgiving I am when people hurt those whom I love. I am not at all.
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    Yesterday, 10:15 PM
    I don't know osan, maybe you're talking about the political class when you say it's now worse. On that I agree, they're going batshit and obummer never suffered such from team red.
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    Yesterday, 10:05 PM
    Danke replied to a thread NFL Football 2017-18 in Open Discussion
    Damn Injun cursed the Vikings again.
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  • osan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:05 PM
    Weren't democrats and other so-called "lefties" the very epitome of the average draft dodger? Typical hypocrite. Kind of rough on the eyes, too, I would add. They whined and wept and wooned over the "disrespek" showed to Obammy, yet here they are with Trump, only far, far worse. It is at times difficult for me to choke down the desire that spikes upward from this tiny corner of myself - the midbrain creature that cherishes honor and would see slain in the most hideously cruel ways those who are stupid and corrupt, as exemplified by this nasty, gaspingly ugly "woman". Verily I tell thee unto thy depthless nausea that God is a creature with the most ghastly evil sense of humor, and the joke is on every decent man who walketh the earth.
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    Yesterday, 09:55 PM
    Why would he go to CNN in the first place?
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    Yesterday, 09:22 PM
    Ha, we posted that at the exact same time. :)
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    Yesterday, 09:19 PM
    Well said, amen.
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    Yesterday, 08:58 PM
    Apparently some racist groups believe that certain races are inferior because they're the "cursed offspring of Cain." To give one example, the so-called "Christian identity" group. From Wikipedia: Christian Identity ("CI") is not an organized religion, instead it is adhered to by individuals, churches and some prison gangs with a white supremacist theology that promotes a racial interpretation of Christianity. Christian Identity beliefs were primarily developed and promoted by two authors who considered Europeans to be the chosen people and Jews to be the cursed offspring of Cain, the "serpent hybrid" (or Serpent seed (a belief known as the two-seedline doctrine). An early Christian Identity teacher, Wesley A. Swift, formulated the doctrine that non-Caucasian peoples have no souls and therefore can never earn God's favor or be saved. The theology was promoted by George Lincoln Rockwell, the founder of the American Nazi Party. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christian_Identity I also want to make it clear that I know that not everyone who holds this view is racist or anti-semitic.
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  • lilymc's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:30 PM
    You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to pcosmar again. This doctrine not only directly and clearly contradicts Genesis, but it requires a lot of adding to the scriptures what is not there. If I'm not mistaken, Hitler believed in this view, or something similar to it. I'm not saying that as an argument (that would be a logical fallacy) but just to say that it has been used to justify racist or other unbiblical ideas.
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