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formidable_foe

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  • April 22, 2014 at 5:34pm

    …and this Paul Jones character. Following Christ’s example of loving all his neighbors as he does himself, caring enough for his fellow man to volunteer to serve his community and work hard to improve it… it’s an OUTRAGE!

    Perhaps they can create a small community within Pismo Beach of all the atheists & other haters, and they can have their own little city within a city council meetings just how they like…. they could call it Pisandmoanmo Beach. How perfect.

  • April 21, 2014 at 5:31pm

    Destroyer,

    I would like for you to prove where the last 10 generations of your ancestors were from and what they did for a living. Keep in mind, you will not be permitted to cite a book or any conversations/word of mouth because these sources cannot be considered as evidence of fact based on the scientific method. Good luck.

  • April 21, 2014 at 5:18pm

    Yeah, 4 year olds make up stories about seeing their sisters who died and were miscarried 9 years earlier all the time.

  • March 31, 2014 at 5:36pm

    They should take a poll in MA asking, “What is your favorite holiday?” Now, what percent do you think would actually choose one over Christmas? Then again, Salem is just 25 miles from Norwood. Seems like the crazies have been around that area for a while.

  • March 27, 2014 at 6:04pm

    I remember one Thanksgiving day years ago… we had just finished our prayer before the meal and all was quiet when my niece (who was around 3 at the time) blurted out, “Grandpa… do you have penis?”

  • March 27, 2014 at 11:42am

    Um… it doesn’t seem to matter if you want to give something to a Russian or not. They just take it anyway. Certainly don’t have to worry about our president doing anything about it.

  • March 26, 2014 at 6:47pm

    *One cause: IRRESPONSIBILITY.

  • March 26, 2014 at 6:40pm

    I’ve come to decide that Pro-Life is ALSO Pro-choice. It is: A) the choice to have the child; or B) the choice to allow that child to have the chance of being adopted by a loving family.

    To those who argue it’s not your place to judge someone’s decision: You make far less significant judgments re: others every day. There are some absolutes (wrongs), and murdering unborn children is one of those. We love to excuse the practice with “what if” thinking and obscure it with PC logic. It helps us feel less badly about the horrible things around us that we don’t believe we can change. If you don’t agree that abortion is an absolute wrong, be aware that conditions that have been mentioned by others can be written into the law so abortion is NOT an illegal “absolute.” For example, the law can be written to say abortion is illegal, EXCEPT in cases of rape, incest, or the mother’s life being in jeopardy…. or whatever condition you want to add. It does not have to be an ‘all or nothing’ law.

    Anyone who defines themselves as “Pro-choice,” and not “Pro-life” w/ the above suggested exceptions, is simply a supporter of abortion on demand. Ultimately, the reason doesn’t matter to them. They need to cease calling themselves Pro-choice and refer to themselves as what they really are: Pro-murder.

    With the birth control we have available today, there’s no excuse – other than being sexually assaulted – for having an unwanted pregnancy. One cause: ir

  • March 24, 2014 at 4:56pm

    For all of our sakes, I hope your optimism is realized.

  • March 21, 2014 at 12:52pm

    @Chevelle,
    I enjoyed reading your post. Just a couple things I’d like to say to you. You said you were raised a Christian but was never able to follow it. I certainly don’t believe you’re alone here. No one said living a Christian life was easy. However, I also think there are examples of “religion” distorting what it means to live a Christian life and has making it even harder than it needs to be. Not sure what has caused your questioning of Christ being divine, but there are few, if any Christians without questions. Remember that disciple Thomas questioned quite a bit, and Christ was right in front of him performing miracles. It is man’s nature to question. It is also man’s inability to know everything that makes having faith necessary. When we meet our creator in person, then we will “know.” May God bless you and yours in your life’s journey.

    @WholsJohnGlt,
    You said earlier that you learned about Christ on the History Channel. I would encourage you to seek other sources. However, I’m sure even the History Channel spoke of the “supernatural” nature of Christ. The miracles he performed that thousands witnessed would meet the definition of supernatural. Also, after death, he appeared to many witnesses on 3 separate occasions. Even among those to whom he appeared, some did not want to accept what they were seeing. God can only direct us and make sure we “hear” His word. He can’t make us accept it and follow. May God bless you and yours.

  • March 10, 2014 at 4:34pm

    I refuse to make a comment of any kind. Hey…. wait a minute….

  • March 6, 2014 at 2:39pm

    Definitely broadcast on American soil because if they broadcasted from Russia, this footage would have never been seen by anyone except the film crew.

  • March 6, 2014 at 1:34pm

    These kind of trips and parties will only escalate in the remaining years of his presidency. Get used to it. There’s only so much time left to enjoy the royal treatment and waste our money.

  • March 5, 2014 at 3:07pm

    @ Nabuqudriuzhur,

    Maybe her parents aren’t bored as much as they are depressed and ashamed that their daughter would behave this way. Also, this GenX mom’s husband is a former police chief… usually not the ‘bad character’ type. Plus, I think her father would likely be a pretty good judge of character based on his profession.

  • March 5, 2014 at 2:18pm

    An ignorant, self-absorbed, yet impressionable teen having her twisted logic validated and enhanced by opportunistic vulture lawyers… what could go wrong? Not sure a judge’s verdict in favor of the parents will alter her current mentality. One can only hope that if she lives long enough, some day she will “get it.”

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  • February 22, 2014 at 12:07am

    Not convinced. It will be no surprise when she is determined to be a faker. If she were truly psychotic and delusional, it would seem that she would have been irate and likely combative when law enforcement tried to arrest her. Remember, part of her delusion was supposedly that she was doing the world a favor. When she was viewed as a criminal and not a martyr, I think she would have gone ballistic.

  • February 13, 2014 at 1:06pm

    Luke,

    Let me guess…. you work for a company that sells oil lamps or battery operated lights. Hahaha.

  • February 12, 2014 at 9:21am

    @lillibug,

    I thought kindergarteners were closer to 6 years old. Regardless, NO ONE throughout life gives a card without addressing it to the person. God forbid the parent might have to help them do it with a list from the teacher. I know… why don’t they just put all the valentines in a basket and then pass the basket around? Each child could take out their share of the valentines, e.g., if there are 20 kids in the class, each kid can take out 20 valentines, then pass it on. That would make it even “easier” for the teacher. She did say this process would make it “easier” (for the kids supposedly ~ wink wink). Well, as we all know, “easier” isn’t always better, especially when your job is to teach someone something. I still say it’s also important for the RECIPIENT to see their name on the card, not only for the GIVER to hand it out. A valentine is supposed to be something heartfelt and special. No name = not special.

  • February 11, 2014 at 7:43pm

    I can see both sides of this issue, but why are the children directed to not put their classmates’ names on the cards? This makes no sense to me. If the goal is to include everyone and promote their value, why would you leave the names off the cards? That makes the whole process very impersonal. The only argument I see for this is that the children may not know who the cards go to when they are passing them out and it would avoid a potentially awkward situation. However, if that is the case, this exercise would serve as a good opportunity for them to get to know their classmates better!

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  • February 10, 2014 at 8:35pm

    Skippy is right. You must be the one Zappa sang about in “He’s So Gay.”
    Re: this All-American attention seeker:
    “You could be just like him tomorrow…
    Maybe you’ll get a chance to borrow (borrow)
    His bouquet…
    And maybe later…. maybe later, We’ll all be gay!”

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