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    He's got elephants on his tie.
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    Yesterday, 01:25 PM
    So the next thing ya know, somebody is anonymously reporting to Child Protective Services, that the children in that house are not eating properly.
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    Yesterday, 09:58 AM
    DamianTV http://www.vocativ.com/tech/internet/beyond-tor-3-darknets-know/ Beyond Tor: The 3 Darknets You Should Know
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    09-23-2017, 08:41 PM
    Yeah, that one cracks me up.
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    09-23-2017, 06:37 PM
    Actually, if we stopped feeding the majority of crops to livestock that end up in the stomachs of obese Westerners, we could probably solve the world hunger problem. When you think about the massive amount of food being fed to those animals, it's mind-boggling. I agree that the poor need nutrition, but they certainly don't need to adopt the Western animal-based diet that is linked to cancer and other illnesses. As for happy and healthy milk cows, that is a lie that we've been sold, for centuries. Even on the smaller farms, the calves are taken away from their mothers, usually on the first day of their life. Why, because we can't have the baby drink his mother's milk, now can we? We gotta have it! That causes distress to both the baby and the mother, it's cruel and unnecessary. The reality is, most people get their dairy from the grocery store, so it comes from factory farms where the cows are slaves, treated absolutely horribly, until they're no longer of any use, and then violently slaughtered.
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    09-23-2017, 05:36 PM
    Fortunately that's not the case. :) But you reminded me of an interview with a woman who has an interesting story. She went from being the wife of a fourth-generation cattle rancher to starting an animal sanctuary. If you have time, you should watch this.... The part you reminded me of starts about 45 seconds in.
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    09-23-2017, 05:23 PM
    That's one of the most laughable things I've read all week. But I think you were just baiting, so I'm not going to bother showing how wrong that is on numerous levels. Besides, your mind seems to be as closed as Fort Knox, so it would be a waste of time anyway.
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    09-23-2017, 02:51 PM
    r3volution 3.0,
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    09-23-2017, 02:27 PM
    Most people are generally not rich enough to keep a cow or a pig in their backyard but suit yourself I guess. Their just going to breed themselves in the wild after their irresponsible owners let them go like the millions of stray dogs and cats.
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    09-23-2017, 02:08 PM
    I've seen what robots do when their 'brain' gets wet. It's often not a pretty sight.
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    09-23-2017, 01:25 PM
    You're assuming that vegans want all farm animals to be released into the wild, but that's not the case. Those animals are bred into existence, so what vegans are saying is we need to stop breeding those animals. Secondly, your scenario is unrealistic, because obviously the world is not going to go vegan overnight, and I think most vegans are well aware of that. It is a process that happens gradually. But it is happening, and I have no doubt that it is the future. As the demand decreases, so will the supply. And believe it or not, there have been a number of farmers or ranchers who have had a change of mind and turned their farms into animal sanctuaries. There are lots of videos about rescued farm animals who were lucky enough to end up in an animal sanctuary. I love watching these videos. :) I'll post a few here, take a look:
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    09-23-2017, 12:44 PM
    Just remember that was written to the people at that time. Nothing is to say, people at a later time, won't be able to read the signs of the times and get an idea of when that time will be. Matthew 16:1-3
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    09-23-2017, 11:41 AM
    S'bout time.
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    09-23-2017, 10:19 AM
    that was meant for lily
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    09-23-2017, 10:16 AM
    Eat The Enemy: The Delicious Solution To Menacing Asian Carp Asian carp were never supposed to live in North American waterways. Like many other invasive species, they were introduced by humans in an attempt to address another problem, namely to remove algae from catfish farms and wastewater treatment ponds in the 1970s. But sometime in the next two decades, the fish escaped their enclosures -- most likely due to several large floods in the '90s -- and began to spread. Over the past 15 years, populations have exploded, as the carp outcompete native fish populations and quickly reproduce through the tributaries of the Mississippi and Illinois rivers while moving north to the Great Lakes. And they've become a huge problem. The name "Asian carp" is actually an umbrella title for four different species: bighead carp, black carp, grass carp and silver carp. Some of the larger species can weigh up to 100 pounds and have an uncanny ability to jump out of the water. Females can produce upwards of 2 millioneggs, and some of the fish can live for 20 years. The Obama administration has spent more than $200 milliontrying to control their spread, including building a series of electrified barriers to try to deter the fish from swimming closer to the Great Lakes. So far, those efforts have failed, and the carp have been seen less than 40 miles from Lake Michigan. Should the animals reach the lakes, they have the potential to devastate local ecosystems and a $7 billion fishing industry. But the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says any fix, if one that works can be found, would be neither easy nor immediate, and it could cost billions morethan has already been spent.
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    09-23-2017, 10:15 AM
    Well their half right I guess. :D
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    09-23-2017, 10:14 AM
    So pigs, cows, chickens, turkeys are being slaughtered at biblical proportions everyday yes? What would happen if you released them into the wild? Wouldn't they just destroy the environment, eat up all our crops and go feral in lands they aren't native to like the Asian Carp?
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    09-23-2017, 09:30 AM
    I don't know, but all of this just seems like somebody saying, his neighbor is getting a shotgun and and he doesn't want his neighbor to have a shotgun, because he might shoot somebody. All the while, the one who is complaining, has multiple shotguns. I don't care what weapons North Korea has. Now if they use them, that's a different story.
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    09-23-2017, 07:09 AM
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christianity_in_Korea Fundamentalist Protestant antagonism against Buddhism has been a major issue for religious cooperation in South Korea, especially during the 1990s to late 2000s. Acts of vandalism against Buddhist amenities and "regular praying for the destruction of all Buddhist temples" have drawn criticism. Buddhist statues have been considered as idols, attacked and decapitated. Arrests are hard to enforce, as the perpetrators work by stealth at night." Such acts, which are supported by some Protestant leaders, have led to South Koreans having an increasingly negative outlook on Protestantism and being critical of church groups involved, with many Protestants leaving their churches in recent years. In contrast, relations between South Korean Catholics and Buddhists and other faiths has remained largely cooperative, partly due to the syncretism of many Buddhist and Confucian customs and philosophies into South Korean Catholicism, most notably the practice of jesa.
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    09-23-2017, 07:03 AM
    true true. http://yugaparivartan.com/2016/04/11/japan-how-it-solved-its-christian-problem/ Japan: How it solved its Christian problem This article is sourced from @Rjrasva and @dasyavevrka who have researched on Japanese response to early Christian missionaries in 16th century in the paper called “Japan – Her first dalliance with West”. The below article provides summary of their work.
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    09-22-2017, 09:37 PM
    I already have my groceries for Sunday.
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Ron needs to quit playing defense and go on offense. It's not enough to say "the Soviet Union was worse than Iran." If he could point out the following documented facts it would shut the naysayer up for good or at least make them back-peddle.

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