User Profile: Nabuquduriuzhur


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  • September 19, 2014 at 8:45pm

    re: zipit


    Isn’t it interesting that if the media did the same thing to Obama as they did to Bush or Quayle, Obama would be laughted at by everyone? In the case of Bush, they too the dozen faux-pas he did and played them constantly, again and again. Obama’s daily faux-pas get ignored by the media.

  • September 19, 2014 at 8:43pm

    Except that Packwood was not a sexual harasser. The Feminists pushed that garbage.

  • September 19, 2014 at 8:43pm

    I don’t call him “Lord Haw-Haw” for nothing…

  • September 19, 2014 at 8:39pm

    If you want to read the entire chapter, go to Holodiscus Technical’s website, and find “NWF Chapter 20 Feminazism”

  • [1] September 19, 2014 at 8:38pm

    Isn’t it interesting that a debacle pushed by the feminists comes to the media once again?

    I wrote this in National Wave of Foolishness:

    “To make it even more plain, sometimes Feminists even attack their own advocates if they are not Democrats.

    Take Bob Packwood of Oregon. He was a liberal Republican senator from Oregon who was outspoken on women’s issues and generally was for what the Feminists wanted.

    Under the law of the time, it was legal to ask someone out on his staff (a poor idea, though, for several reasons) and if they were not interested, go no further.

    Which is apparently what Packwood did. The Feminists cried foul anyway. When investigated, it was reported that he didn’t break the law or ethics rules. He apparently didn’t sexually harass or “keep trying”.

    Well, the Feminist lobby, despite the blatant harassment and sometimes worse that all too frequently happened then and now in Democrat offices, went after Packwood. Despite his not actually having done anything illegal under the law. Compare that to past alleged actions of Clinton or Teddy Kennedy and the Feminist lobby’s reactions to them. Packwood’s basic sin to the Feminist lobby was that he was a Republican.

    That is how Feminists operate. Inconsistent. If they truly thought these things were wrong, it would not be OK on one side of the aisle, and not the other. Acting, then. Hypocrites. “

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  • [2] September 19, 2014 at 8:00pm

    Be nice if they did.

  • [1] September 19, 2014 at 7:53pm

    Or central oregon, for that matter…

    It’s ironic that about ten years ago, outfits started attacking ratings services for being honest, and now we have a dishonest ratings service.

  • [8] September 19, 2014 at 7:41pm


    I wish we had more people who did what this cheerleader did. I’m tired of our governments breaking our Constitution by ignoring the majority and tyrannizing us by the minority.

  • September 19, 2014 at 7:19pm

    The washington post is dreaming. Cruz is going to be the frontrunner. Christie is a “moderate”, and this is not the time for moderates in trying to defeat the international socialist democrats.

  • [1] September 19, 2014 at 5:05am

    Don’t know if they still sell them, but a few years ago one could buy a little one use fire mask kit that would cover your head in a fire resistant material and provide cleaned air via a cartridge.

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  • September 18, 2014 at 9:36pm

    the Lord rebuke in Jesus’ Name the moderator for deleting my post.

    I’ll put it up again.

    If the Blaze is interested in something that is about the most non-PC book imaginable, then look at

    The reason is that Catholics, media, Hollywood, and even some Protestants hate the idea that the Bible book it’s based on portrays what it portrays.

  • September 18, 2014 at 9:26pm

    The Azuza street revival leaves a bad taste because it was mostly emotion, rather than moving of the Holy Spirit. The reason why tongues was picked was that the modern idea of it requires no power from the Holy Spirit. One just babbles and calls it tongues. It’s indicative of the fraudulent nature of that movement that genuine healings didn’t occur, genuine prophecies didn’t occur, nor any of the other gifts of the Holy Spirit being manifest.

    If the Lord had been involved, then there would have been real things happening. A good example of the latter is the revival in Wales. It resulted in crime crashing to the point where it was actually wondered if police were needed. That is a genuine movement of the Holy Spirit.

  • [1] September 18, 2014 at 9:22pm

    when I was in college in the late 1990s, the average journalism student was a party animal who spent most of their time fornicating, drinking, doing drugs, etc. Then, after wasting their college years, they were suddenly an expert on everything. Most push socialism because it sounds good and like other journalists, they don’t know the murderous history of socialists like the Chicoms, Soviets, Nazis, etc.

    If I could afford it, I’d start a news organization that only hired people who actually knew something about the world we live in.

  • [-2] September 18, 2014 at 9:18pm

    Why should we believe any of this? Beck’s history has been increasingly inaccurate as time has gone on. His mormon history is completely wrong.

    The movie about Lawrence was a complete fabrication. The real Lawrence wasn’t a psychopath and he wasn’t able to get the Arabs to do much at all. They helped in a minor way at Acco, but little more.

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  • [4] September 18, 2014 at 9:05pm

    Oregon might as well have no election commission at all. When people like me complained about the vote magically going from Romney winning to 54% Obama some 15 minutes after he was announced the winner, we were ignored.

    Some precincts had 150% of registered voters. For three weeks after the 2012 vote, it was one story about fraud after another. And the Republicans did absolutely nothing to fix the problem. We’re set for another stolen election.

  • [8] September 18, 2014 at 8:28pm

    Given how three of the mass shootings by nutcases in the last 2 years were done by people who couldn’t possibly afford the weapons they used, I’d guess it’s planned by the Democrats like those were.

  • [1] September 18, 2014 at 1:22pm

    I partly agree. the emergent church is indeed following satan.

    Songs, hymns, and spiritual songs are mentioned in the NT.

    Read up on the Restoration Movement. It survived the Civil War, but it was broken up by “non-instrumental music”. Even today, you have the non-instrumental Churches of Christ.

  • [-1] September 18, 2014 at 1:15pm

    Some are. Some are not.

  • [4] September 18, 2014 at 1:13pm


    after MULTIPLE repetitions (I used two pages in the book to drive the point home):

    “he was armed with a coat of mail

    Song leader: OK, let’s do it agaaaaaain!

    Audience, groaning inwardly: “he was armed with a coat of mail. he was armed with a coat of mail. he was armed with a coat of mail…”

    Somewhat of an exaggeration, yes, but unfortunately, I’ve seen that kind of thing where songs had repetition after repetition after repetition after repetition and it really started getting boring. (It’s like “MOVE ON, PLEEAAASSE!!”). Didn’t impress me much, as you might have guessed. It’s actually become a joke among those Christians that prefer music with substance. Nor is the lack of complexity of the chording an exaggeration as most praise music has 2 to 3 chords. BAAAA. Baaa. BAAAA. Baaa. and so on. Sometimes it’s not even a Bible phrase that gets repeated.

    Do you think that God is honored by that kind of thing? Mindless repetitions?

    Does it honor God to make parishoners start gritting their teeth after the 20th mindless repetition?

    How much time is absolutely wasted with endless repeats, when Bible truths could be being taught and God glorified?

    What’s the difference between what a cult does and the repetitions of today? Why not just repeat “blooble geeble” or “duh” fifty times? It would have the same spiritual impact.

    “OK, F sharp, from the top. After me, now: Duh…Duh…Duh…Duh…Duh…Duh…Duh…Duh…Duh…Duh…Duh…Duh… Duh…Duh…Du

  • [8] September 18, 2014 at 1:11pm

    I wrote this in National Wave of Foolishness, volume 2:

    “Modern songs have been stripped of teaching. The songs of the mid 20th Century to the 1990s and before them, hymms, besides glorifying God, were used to teach spiritual truths. That used to be a very effective means to transmit those truths. People would sing them and remember them. They helped in reinforcing Bible truths.

    The “praise music” phenomenon is an excellent example of how our churches are short on substance. The typical “praise music” song is short on the Bible, long on theatrics like hands in the air, closed eyes and other histrionics. Half the people don’t know the theatrics they are supposed to do, so they do the same thing the “song” leaders are doing.

    Jet engine volume is not uncommon, either. I guess the idea is that if you’ve damaged your hearing, then you have to damage everyone else’. Not acting in love, that’s for sure.

    The reason for the songs—to praise God and to teach Bible truths— has changed from older church music forms. Praise music is somewhat of a misnomer as the music is written so as to make the singer feel good.

    Here’s a hypothetical example of most modern songs. Just take a random Bible phrase like “he was armed with a coat of mail” and repeat it with 1, 2 or 3 chords, endlessssssly…

    he was armed with a coat of mail
    he was armed with a coat of mail
    he was armed with a coat of mail
    he was armed with a coat of mail…”

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