User Profile: podius

podius

Member Since: June 07, 2013

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  • [-1] March 25, 2015 at 7:42pm

    No one on here understands what a carrier goes thru nor has the brains required to do this job efficiently, effectively, and perfectly. A casual was hired in at my office and lasted all of one day. Plenty of jobs in the post office for anyone willing to work!

  • [1] March 6, 2015 at 10:52pm

    Let me get this straight: you have a pastor trying to look cool and be relevant, telling the sheeple to stop looking cool and stop trying to be relevant?

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  • [2] March 1, 2015 at 5:45pm

    The state was hit with unexpected snowfall this year. He took the surplus from the last year and issued a property tax refund. The surplus should’ve been kept for snow removal and the repair of roads. Whole interstates were destroyed this year because of the early heavy snow.

  • [-2] February 20, 2015 at 5:50pm

    If you can’t question “leaders” and you can’t question god himself in a church, then your church is a cult. This is about every church in America. You may think it’s noble to call yourself a sinner, but theres nowhere in the bible a saint calling himself a sinner. There is however many instances telling you where sinners end up…hell. Also in a previous article a prominent atheist said he wouldn’t go to heaven even if Jesus let him in. This theme is throughout the new testament. The prodigal son, the oldest son stayed in “hell” even though the father wanted him to go to “heaven”. But alas, you are all republicans, but when it comes to church it’s like this. Sit Down, Shut UP, and Do what I tell you to do. And pay your tithe to me, who will then pocket most of it and spend the rest on the “church”. You all have created the perfect socialist utopia in the church. But as Glenn Beck has said, it’s fine to do that in the church. You people don’t make any sense!

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  • [71] February 15, 2015 at 9:26am

    Way to knock America Blaze! If you had only done a smidgen of research, you would know that this is how we in Wisconsin/Minnesota handle snow. Heck, in the dinky town where I live we have this setup.

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  • [1] February 2, 2015 at 7:22am

    This is the perfect example of the prodigal son story. Everyone gets in, that’s new covenant. This guy proves that even if the door is wide open, he’ll refuse to enter. He’d rather bath in a lake of fire than be with a god like that. And there’s others who lived in filth their whole life and will repent and the father will hear nothing of it. He’s already forgiven you before you asked.

  • [2] January 30, 2015 at 6:51pm

    I deliver mail and see these ALL the time. What’s the big deal?

  • [-4] January 23, 2015 at 6:32pm

    Few things from a real postal employee: The packages arrive in a sort facility and are dumped liked garbage onto a sort machine. The fall and tumble from that is more than what happened here. There’s a thing called a PO Box. You have to pay for it, so most people take the free option and put a dinky baby mailbox halfassed in front of their homes. A large rural box placed in front of the residence would’ve housed this package. It seems most of you like to bitch, but there is a hold option to hold your mail…something you can’t do with the other carriers. Let those who complain, get a POBOX. But you won’t will you? Oh, and $15 starting wage…I do believe that’s the proposed new minimum wage? Factory workers who stand in one spot all day make more than that. A rural carrier has to know your wife name, mistress name, your 4 kids with 4 different dads name, their boyfriends who move in and out, your dogs name and every little nitpick thing you want. Times that by 600 and you have a day in the life of a mail carrier.

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  • October 10, 2014 at 7:45am

    I would change “is coming again” to has come, is here with us, with his kingdom in us, ruling and reigning here now. And yes, it’s all in the bible if you read it as a now thing. You can also read it as “someday”, but I prefer to read it as now.

    Also BLAZE, why aren’t you giving the preterist view a look?

  • October 1, 2014 at 1:57pm

    The real issue is hybrid christianity. True christianity looks nothing like judaism. Christians feel it necessary to add mosaic laws to pure christianity which results in some bad things happening. True christianity is believing by faith, loving everyone as Jesus loved us, and never ever judging anyone. If it looks even .001% like judaism, it’s not christianity.

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  • [2] September 21, 2014 at 8:05am

    lets do the math: 12 hour work day +1hr overrun +5-6hr total commute 7 days a week until further notice. You may get 4-5 hours of sleep, but you’ll be in pain and stressed. This is a singles game, but most that I know are hooked on drugs and broke. The time to get in was years ago. It’s like the stock market, get in low. These 20 somethings with the cushy high paying jobs will retire in 30 years. There won’t be openings for advancement. Same goes with the truck driving.

  • [-2] September 9, 2014 at 6:39pm

    My bible says Christians are under a faith covenant. The Mosaic covenant and it’s 600+ rules and regulations were used to shut up faith until Christ came to liberate the world. My new testament is loaded with anti law talk, Paul ultimately loosing his life on “forsaking Moses(the law) forsaking Jews and forsaking the temple and all it stood for. In Revelation the Jews, their customs, and the temple were referred as “the synagog of satan”. Oh well, we young people are just sick of the religious bullish*^ we’ve been fed our whole life. The end of the age happened 2000 years ago. Christ returned way back then, the new heaven and earth is now. It’s the Christian majority that embrace Moses and that old covenant. They’ve ditched faith, and embrace works. They think a messiah is coming to finish the job. Well guess what?!? So are the freakin Jews and Muslims. How ’bout the old people actually read the bible, get ahold of what covenant they’re under, and decide that Jesus, Paul, and the rest of the new testament authors really believed the “end” was soon upon them. Soon means soon, not thousands of years later. Jesus actually told people that they would see Him return. Does this not bother anyone who supposedly reads their bibles?

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  • January 26, 2014 at 9:38am

    What a shocker. No need for a hospital. No need for a doctor. No need to spend $8000. Everyone is just fine. My last child was born at home, just me and my wife. It’s not rocket science people, the human body is more than capable.

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  • January 21, 2014 at 10:41pm

    It’s called radical grace, hyper grace, or as I like to prefer it the grace reformation. It’s coming, I’m loving it. Check out Paul White, John Crowder and be set free.

  • October 28, 2013 at 7:59pm

    why do so many conservatives defend the progressive liberal structure of the modern day church? you have one guy that tells you what you want to hear. you go to him and complain about your problems, he “prays” for you, you feel better. he passes the plate, takes 90% for himself and his church and allocates about $5K for helping people, of which you have to go through a lengthy interview process to actually be worthy of help. there’s too many versus showing what a christian SHOULD look like. If the congregation were millionaires…then fine, the guy can be one too. If the congregation averages $35k a year…and he’s pulling in a million a year salary, then he’s not showing the love.

  • October 23, 2013 at 5:57pm

    I was called in by my pastor today. I had come to the realization of the finished work of the cross. Paul White and John Crowder teach this, it’s a grace awakening…something the founders believed but had been lost under liberalism in the church. He condemned me for actually believing what Christ did for us completely. You want people to go to church? Start by telling them who they are in Christ. Forgiven, Righteous, Holy, Good, True, Honest, Redeemed. Focus on who you are and find joy in your salvation.

  • October 19, 2013 at 4:13pm

    1500 people on board and they think that THIS was the one and only one violin on the ship?

  • October 18, 2013 at 3:43pm

    It’s just a rock! It seems people today are no different than people 1000′s of years ago. There’s a book in the bible called Jonah…Jonah cared more about a plant than about people. IT”S A ROCK

  • October 17, 2013 at 9:12pm

    It was a jaw bone of some “unknown” creature…they put an animal behind it, pulled a date out of a hat and wam! instant science. How about it was a jawbone from a yeti? So the DNA would match? Science these days is too complicated when you have to have an agenda.

  • October 11, 2013 at 7:31am

    I believe in jesus and the finished work of the cross. To know that all my sins have been forgiven and that the god of the universe just wants to chill with me is awesome. No more laws do i have to follow to get close to him, he’s right here…well one law, to love. The founders knew this principal. It’s why they yearned for liberty and freedom. Because we were a free people in christ. It sucks that gnostics have taken over christianity.

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