User Profile: JQuentinEvermann

JQuentinEvermann

Member Since: June 06, 2012

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  • [3] October 23, 2014 at 10:50pm

    Don’t get me wrong, millions will die from the disease, but 10 times as many will die from the rioting, food shortages, plundering and murder in the aftermath.

    Me, I am in my shop loading up some 45-70 and .454 for when the time comes. Backup for the 20k .556 I have in the closet lol.

  • [7] October 23, 2014 at 10:45pm

    When the staff asks you to quietly send your complaints somewhere else, you know it is working…keep up the good work!

  • [11] October 23, 2014 at 9:03pm

    The panic will kill more than the disease!

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  • [-1] October 23, 2014 at 3:49pm

    @CaptMic

    I am truly sorry that you know so little about your own religion’s history. Yes, I stand by my historically accurate statement that nobody who wrote about Jesus ever knew him. You should really look into the dates of the books about Jesus as you have obviously never, not even once, attempted to do so. You obviously are confusing who the books are named after with who they were written by.

    The ONLY book possibly written early enough to have occurred during the life of Jesus is Mark, and his only contact with Jesus was to run away while naked.

    Honestly, seriously, you seem to know absolutely nothing about the New Testament!

    BTW, not an atheist, a Jew.

  • [12] October 23, 2014 at 11:19am

    For the record, just in case I suddenly disappear, I have nothing illegal in my home, no children being held in a cult, no alternative currencies…I am completely “by the book” with all my preparations. So, if you see DHS thugs surrounding my house, you know they are coming for you next.

    Seriously, though, I do kind of wonder if/when DHS teams will start rounding up the opposition.

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  • [5] October 23, 2014 at 11:13am

    If they kill politicians, I seriously doubt there will be any outrage by the American public, only by politicians, as horrible as that sounds. But if they start killing cops, even with as many problems as we have seen recently, that would spark an outrage too large to contain.

    Let us hope for the sake of domestic peace that they don’t start killing our civil protectors.

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  • [92] October 22, 2014 at 10:54pm

    The world would be better off with 3 billion dead Muslims.

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  • October 22, 2014 at 10:01pm

    Hey Gonzo,
    I absolutely believe in the God of Abraham, which is obviously an alien if you read the Bible from the perspective of Stone Age men. Yes, it was transcribed by Bronze Age men, but the God that created slaves and then killed all but a few for wanting freedom was absolutely an alien. Jesus later claimed the title of God in order to take advantage of an oppressed people, if he ever existed at all.
    Just because God had evil plans for us involving endless servitude and unfailing adoration for him doesn’t make him less of a God.

  • [34] October 22, 2014 at 7:02pm

    Get out and vote? LMAO…get out to the range and practice. If a race war is coming, it will be swift and brutal.

  • [-4] October 22, 2014 at 6:58pm

    @empty44

    I didn’t say ther isn’t a God, I said I am Jewish.

    But since you bring it up, the God of the Bible was most likely a powerful alien mistaken by Stone Age man, the stories passed down and recorded by Bronze Age man.

    As far as Christianity is concerned, it really is a shame that someone with such an impact didn’t have one single word written about him by anyone who actually knew him. Seems like someone ahould have thought about that.

  • October 22, 2014 at 2:52pm

    Just in case I influenced your comment, I’m not an athiest. I am Jewish, but also believe God was a powerful alien that our ancestors mistook as devine.

    If I had nothing to do with your comment, then please excuse my interjection.

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  • October 22, 2014 at 2:32pm

    This is why Raegan’s biggest mistake was (aside from amnesty) combining social and fiscal conservatives. We align politically, until religion is brought into the mix, then we are a $$ es to each other.

  • [-2] October 22, 2014 at 2:25pm

    @American P8
    Yes, they are asking for money.
    Why do I care about Chriatians? Because I think for the most part they are good people that live morally better livea than Muslims, though almost none know their religion and history as well as Muslims do. Most don’t really follow the teachings of Jesus. Hell, most have never read the Bible.
    As far as your reasons for believing, find a better one; the fear of being wrong does not constitute unwaivering love of God. Sorry if that seems like a peraonal attack, and I am sure you really have much better reasons for having your faith than that, but too many Christians are Christian because they have been taught eternal suffering and damnation since they were young children.
    If any other institution had rituals for infants, promised them suffering and torment until time stopped for disbelief, fed them blood and flesh…I mean, comeon man, it is a cult by any definition.

  • [-5] October 22, 2014 at 2:03pm

    @TXLady

    I think there is a deposed prince in Nigeria that you haven’t sent money to.

    For Christ’sake, this is a scam!

    An no, I don’t feel superior to a woman who got rich by having sex. Are you kidding me? Talk about a dream job. I do, however, feel superior to her for not trying to scam trusting people out of their hard earned money.

  • October 22, 2014 at 1:59pm

    Maybe gays have civil rights because it isn’t the government’s right to dictate your sexual life.

    I swear, you are just as willing to live under tyranny as liberals seem to be. Your idea of “freedom” seems to be a bit skewed.

  • [-9] October 22, 2014 at 1:43pm

    @seentomuch

    I don’t think her fornication is bad, really. It brought her pleasure and wealth. What is bad is the con she is running right now on stupid people who are willing to pay for her story.

    She worked as an on-screen prostitute for a decade, she is preying on you, not praying with you.

    Supporting this woman is like buying roses for a stripper; no good will come from it and you just lost some money.

  • [-8] October 22, 2014 at 1:17pm

    @Susie
    I think your statement pretty much sums up the depth of your convictions and faith. You just really really really hope it is all true, but you never stopped to ask yourself any serious questions…you just believe because as a child you were told that if you didn’t then your soul would burn in the fires of eternal damnation.
    I wouldn’t expect you do do anything but “fall for it.” I bet you reach in your purse every Sunday and help buy your poor church a new stained glass window or marble statue.
    “Hurtful and harmful rhetoric?” Lady, you have no idea that I am trying to save you from an oncoming bus, so you will step into the street to spite me.
    Go eat another Werther’s Original, you are too old to walk safely through this world without help from your fellow man.

  • [-10] October 22, 2014 at 12:50pm

    Her decision to find a new audience and sell you things. A sucker is ‘born again’ every minute.

  • [21] October 22, 2014 at 12:44pm

    I know my reputation on this board is one of typically disagreeing with evangelicals, but c’mon people! She knows how to work the marketplace.

    She is too old for porn and knows that Christians will cheer her on and financially support her career, maybe even hold her up as a poster child for the cause of converting gays and sinners.

    This is a shrewd business woman exploiting the overly trusting and good-willed nature of Christians. Don’t fall for it.

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  • October 21, 2014 at 11:13pm

    @templar

    You make my point perfectly. Those 613 commandments include thing such as on the Sabbath one is not to push a button or tie or untie a knot. Other favorites include not cutting the corners of your beard, not wearing mixed fabrics, not touching a woman that is menstrating, not eating pork or shellfish, etc.

    My point is that many Christians might decry homosexuality while wearing a cotton/linen shirt and eating babyback ribs. There are a lot of God’s laws that we conveniently ignore because life is too dificult for us if we obeyed them. Homosexuality, genetic or not, cannot be changed once that preference has been determined.

    I support this bakery’s owners 100% because the issue is centered around their participation in a gay marriage, something they are opposed to as marriage is a sacrament. However, something every true American should agree on is that government has no right to regulate any religious rite, including marriage. To allow a certain type of marriage means they have the authority to disallow one.

    Do you believe that since Muslims worship God through the spawn of Satan, Muhammad, that the government has the ability to disallow them?

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