User Profile: Brooke Lorren

Brooke Lorren

Member Since: September 01, 2010

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  • [5] June 8, 2016 at 5:27am

    Not any more. They changed the rules so that biological males can compete as females as long as their testosterone levels are below a certain point for 12 months before the Olympic trials begin. It won’t affect the Rio Olympics, but it will affect all of the Olympics going forward.

    Up until they changed the rules, I used that argument too. :-/

  • [7] June 8, 2016 at 5:24am

    Including the Olympics. They recently changed the rules, so I believe as of the 2018 Olympics in Pyeongchang, guys can compete against the female athletes. So except for in the artistic sports, biological females can forget ever winning an Olympic medal. Sucks to be a speed skater, skiier, etc.

  • [22] April 8, 2016 at 10:56pm

    I was a delegate today. I am hardly party-controlled. I never even registered Republican until early December… I was registered Constitution Party before that. I only registered Republican because one of our local politicians talked to me and convinced me to run for the delegate position.

    I chose the bound delegates that I wanted today. I had personally spoken to at least four of the six people that I voted for.. and the other two that I voted for were running with the four that I had talked to. There was nothing stolen that I could see.

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  • [27] April 8, 2016 at 10:49pm

    Coloradans did get a say. It just wasn’t explained very well.

    We all had the chance to go to our precinct caucus on March 1st. We chose delegates to go to the county, district, and state assemblies. What should have been explained, and wasn’t, at least in my precinct, was that the national delegates from our state would be chosen at the district and state level. In my precinct, the only people that were asked which candidate they supported were those that wanted to go to state.

    I went to the district assembly today. I voted for the national delegates of my choice. The people in my precinct didn’t have to send me. If they would have asked me on March 1st, I would have told them that I would choose whoever I think was strongest for Cruz (they didn’t). No, *I* wouldn’t have been bound, but I did vote for bound delegates today. So although the process was confusing, we did get to pick our representatives.

  • [77] April 8, 2016 at 10:37pm

    One of the guys running for national delegate today (from Colorado Congressional District 5) said that he didn’t care if his hotel room was given out or not, he wouldn’t give into bullies and was voting Cruz.

  • [1] April 8, 2016 at 6:49pm

    If you live in New York, at least. I’d be really surprised if I found out that a subway ran underneath my house in Colorado Springs though.

  • [8] January 28, 2016 at 11:59am

    I find this strange in more than one way.

    My husband met her, last summer, I think. I guess that people can portray themselves in any way that they want, but it’s still a little strange.

    On the other hand, if pastor Saeed didn’t really believe in what he was saying, then it would have been very easy for him to just deny everything that he claimed to believe in and go along with whatever they wanted him to believe in, just for survival’s sake. Obviously, we all make mistakes, even if we believe in God, but it’s all very strange.

    I suppose that the entire truth will come out eventually.

  • January 11, 2016 at 3:34pm

    I look at it this way: if God wants me to win the lottery, he will provide me with a ticket.

    Proverbs 10:22 states “The blessing of the Lord, it maketh rich, and he addeth no sorrow with it.” Most lottery winners end up worse off than they were before they win the lottery. If God provides me with a winning lottery ticket, the money I receive would be a blessing and not a curse.

    The odds of winning the lottery are astronomical in the first place. How much more difficult would it be for God to cause someone to drop the winning ticket on the ground, have me find it, and I pick it up?

    I actually did win $10 from the lottery last month, as I was given a ticket. I gave half of my winnings to missions.

  • November 23, 2015 at 11:33pm

    The National Currency of Zaqistan is Bitcoin.

  • [1] November 2, 2015 at 9:10am

    Not everybody who is overweight eats a lot of sweets. As an example, I haven’t had sweets, sweet drinks, or unhealthy snacks since May, with the exception of 7 times (my birthday, my daughter’s birthday, Mother’s day, Independence Day, Disneyland’s birthday, first day of school, and Back to the Future Day). The candy that this lady took in one day is less than I’ve had in six months.

    In her case, I think that she might just be eating too much candy. Or at least too much candy that she isn’t paying for herself. I doubt she’s giving it all away to charity.

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  • [8] October 21, 2015 at 8:53am

    Going to see all of the movies in the theater today!

    I don’t know if I saw any of them in the theaters originally. Maybe the second two.

    Who would have thought we would have ended up with the future that we do have? Islamic terrorism, the world on the verge of war, not enough good jobs to go around… it’s almost like the nightmare version of 1985.

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  • [11] October 9, 2015 at 6:00pm

    LOL. I think that I’d probably prefer the company of the Westboro Baptist church to this guy.

  • [3] October 4, 2015 at 5:56pm

    If I ever have to leave the house quickly, I’ll grab my hard drive. That’ll cover all of my pictures since my daughter was born. Although I do have copies of many of these pictures, stored in a liberty safe over 1000 miles away… but it will also cover a lot of my work.

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  • [6] October 4, 2015 at 5:52pm

    I wonder if diet dog food is as full of crap as diet people food.

    The only diet food for humans worth eating is… fruits and vegetables.

  • October 1, 2015 at 10:51pm

    We have a second bank account for just that reason.

    If a thief has access to our debit card, they can’t take all of our money. At the moment, they can take $40. They won’t take the rent money.

    We could then easily close that particular account and the bank will refund us our $40.

  • [1] October 1, 2015 at 10:27pm

    If the bystander had a weapon, the Marshall should have told him to put it down. A camera is not normally a lethal weapon.

  • [7] October 1, 2015 at 4:21pm

    My first thought was that it looked disgusting.

  • [39] October 1, 2015 at 4:13pm

    We could turn to my son’s fourth-grade textbook for some clarification (although it’s a Christian textbook, so maybe that doesn’t count).

    A butterfly’s life-cycle is described as having several phases: egg, larva, pupa, and adult. It’s not a different species as an egg… it’s still a butterfly. Same with humans.

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  • [2] September 30, 2015 at 12:27pm

    I don’t really care if he wants to grow out his hair and have everybody call him Princess… it’s a free country.

    However, assuming that he has normal genetics, his chromosomes say XY. I’ve always been taught that your genetic makeup determines your gender… not your name, not the way you dress, not even your hormones or whatever body parts you have on you.

    I’ll gladly call Corey a she when he gets his genes changes to XX.

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  • [41] September 29, 2015 at 12:46pm

    I haven’t seen any of those vile comments that you’ve mentioned here…

    All I’ve been seeing is comments like “I’m an atheist but I love this pope” or “the Pope is teaching Christians how they should behave” (also from a non-religious type).

    My response to these two comments has been… if atheists like this pope, then he must be doing something wrong, and… since he is ignoring the teachings of 2 Timothy 4:2 (always preaching the word whether in season or out of season) then he is not showing Christians how they should behave. Now, I don’t think that you necessarily have to be preaching the gospel 24/7, but if you are seen by many as “the world’s religious leader” and you are invited to speak in a prestigious place, don’t you think you’d at least mention Jesus’s name, at least in passing?

    To me, this guy seems more like the person that 2 Timothy 4:3-4 warns us against… the kind that preaches when the majority of people can’t endure sound doctrine, and tell the people what they want to hear.

    I don’t have anything against the guy… and I see him as just a guy… not anybody special. He might even be a nice guy. Out of all the people on earth, does he live Biblical principles more than anybody else on this planet? Not even close.

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