User Profile: singingcowboy674

singingcowboy674

Member Since: November 19, 2011

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  • May 27, 2015 at 8:57pm

    Ok, well, I thought it would be more elaborate than that but the devil lacks complexity. So, I set out to figure out which demon was posing as this thing the game is named after. Then I realized, it’s not a special demon. Except that it’s the same demon that opens up the demonic realm to flood through into the natural/physical plane when you play with a Ouija board. It’s the demon zozo or zaza. Depending on your spelling. This is nothing more than a do it yourself Ouija board. You aren’t calling Charlie or anything like that but there is a metaphysical event taking place and it’s extremely dangerous to your soul. Your spirit if you aren’t born again. This is nothing more than witchcraft. It’s “witchcraft made fun” like “light as a feather, stiff as a board” or “bloody mary”. The problem is the DEMONIC ATTACHMENT that comes along with playing these “innocent” child games. Yes, they are carried OUT by children but they aren’t a game. There is unseen consequences.

    You can get demonized EXTREMELY quickly by doing something like this! You are engaging in witchcraft and so REAL DEMONS of witchcraft and JEZEBEL will now claim a LEGAL RIGHT TO TORMENT based on the fact that you INTENTIONALLY INVITED what you BELIEVED TO BE a demon to empower you. Or communicate with you. And most demon’s communications are torment. That is their MO.

    DON’T DO IT!!!!! If you do it and you wind up being tormented contact me at singingcowboy674@gmail.com and I’ll be glad to help you detach it.

  • May 27, 2015 at 8:38pm

    Well, I’m a GA Bull Dawg but I’ll give AL some credit for bringing up this one. ;) We are enemies on football day- and we might even rib each other like siblings (GA the older one picking on AL lol) but in reality, we’re family. We’re from the same roots and so nobody better mess with yall. Cause we can give you guys hell all the time but aint nobody else allowed! :D

    Love to all my Ablamastanians!

  • May 27, 2015 at 8:34pm

    DFD, you are making a CONCLUSIVE, FACTUAL statement. That is an extraordinary claim. Extraordinary claims call for extraordinary evidence. PROVE your claim. And all I have to show is ONE case wherein the doctors say a healing was outside of their capability, then prayer and the patient was healed.

  • May 27, 2015 at 8:27pm

    Oh, the EMTs were thanked assuredly. Don’t have any fear there. But even THEY were crediting this young man for his prayer as the woman in the crowd that they were working on was not responding to anything they tried. It was only after the prayer that they finally was able to stabilize her. It’s amazing that you would get offended at THINKING the people didn’t thank the EMTs, that’s just dumbass. But you wouldn’t be offended in the slightest if God’s hand in her healing is evident and He isn’t thanked. Talk about double-standard. You aren’t pissed off that the EMTs weren’t thanked. You’re pissed off that God WAS. Let’s be real about it. Get to the root of the hostility if you will. EMTs do a job. It’s what they are trained for and paid for. And if you asked most EMTs they will tell you that all they do is help the patient survive til they get to the hospital; but that it’s God that does the healing. And that is the EMTs you believe ignorantly was probably shorted.

  • May 27, 2015 at 8:17pm

    If he’s a prayer I doubt the ACLU will get involved, HOWEVER, getting your diploma revoked for prayer would be a “badge of honor” story to future employers more than a detriment I think….

    “Yes sir, I completed High Scrool with honors sir. Unfortunately however I do not have the diploma in hand as it was revoked at the last moment.”

    “Oh! No sir. It was nothing like that. During the graduation ceremony as the diplomas were being handed out a woman had a life-threatening medical emergency in the stands. Per staff request, I went to the podium and prayed for her over the P.A. system. The school said that was against the rules and refused to give it. But the woman’s life was saved and the crowd broke out in cheers. The family is eternally grateful as well.”

    “So, while it’s not in hand, it was created and bestowed prior to being taken back after finishing near top of my class. And I showed courage in the face of threat and leadership in the face of controversy and got the job done. I certainly hope you will be able to see that sir as a plus rather than a minus.”

  • [1] May 27, 2015 at 8:06pm

    That’s a VERY interesting point you bring up. However, in this case the paramedics were having no response from her until he said “Amen” at which time she became responsive. Thank you very much for your “there’s one in every crowd” entry. :)

  • [7] May 9, 2015 at 11:12pm

    No matter if you like her or hate her she was actually correct in her aspersions. Border patrol agents are not police officers nor are they deputized. If I felt like it I’d say I was leaving after they couldn’t give a reason for detention. And drive off. I wouldn’t make a big fuss about it. I would get in my car and leave. No probable cause. No warrant. No complement to stay. Would tell them as I drove off that if they wanted to send a deputy I will be more than willing to stop for him down the road. Sad that the poll show more support for the border patrol. They are a step above TSA. Nothing more than the government conditioning us to just “go along” for our own good or convenience.

  • [3] January 30, 2015 at 9:19am

    Every liberal does not automatically equate to anti Constitution. I am glad it happened THIS WAY as there is hard evidence of clients rights violation and false arrest. SF is going to be paying out big bucks to these Obama voters and the inspector may face jail time.

  • [7] January 18, 2015 at 12:28pm

    Wow. Lol Nothing funnier than ignorance so hardline displayed. You THINK you know what you are talking about when you don’t have a light bulb burning of an idea about the multifacetes of reality. I am quite sure however that there are a few of you “elites” out there that have this thing nailed down so snuggly. Least in your own minds. Lol

  • January 16, 2015 at 3:15pm

    I think that the point to the company policy is more in line w the doctrine of in a robbery the best thing to do is to simply separate yourself from the asailent as quickly as possible. Unlike the scenario here where it was a driver outside the store, if you have a store robbery it’s most likely money that they are after and not to hurt anyone. But because they have a gun they don’t want to develop the potential for a hostage situation if the employee had come up short on the jump. Or they don’t want a shootout to ensue, possibly endangering customers with crossfire. Or the employee wielding the weapon who may be inferior to the criminal to lose his or her life in the fight to protect company money that is insured in the first place. That might never develop into a firefight if there had been no challenge.

  • [2] January 16, 2015 at 1:34am

    Maybe it is the amount of advertisements on the site.

  • January 16, 2015 at 1:34am

    TRY A BETTER VIDEO BLAZE. OR A BETTER PLAYER. CHOPPY. ADVANCES EVERY 2 SECONDS SKIPPING THE OTHER. COULDN”T DO ANYTHING BUT PIECE IT TOGETHER. UGH. FINALLY GOT TIRED OF MESSING WITH IT.

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  • January 12, 2015 at 9:32pm

    I see “drugged” in all 3 of the cohorts. Dempsey who shot himself in the leg looks about like the only COHERENT person in the whole group! Maybe he’s their leader or something. The other 3 look like they are completely strung out. Sad for the two girls. They look awful for their age. Drugs will hurt you in a lot of ways. Remember that kids.

  • [55] January 12, 2015 at 9:03pm

    That is the only argument that I believe has merit as much as there is a gut reaction against it. From a practical standpoint I could agree or at least see the argument as legitimate and debatable. That who separation clause argument though I don’t agree with in it’s entirety.

  • January 12, 2015 at 8:57pm

    I think they should just bring a class action and everybody who is offended, pay them and send them on their way. Period. If they won which I don’t think there is grounds.

  • [-1] January 12, 2015 at 8:55pm

    The separation clause as so many of you refer to it as is not referring to promotion of a particular religion at all. It is about COMPULSION. It is about forcing you to give up your right NOT TO WORSHIP WHOMEVER YOU WISH OR AT ALL and force you to bow at the cross or pay homage to the Christian symbols set therein to utilize the memorial. It’s not about their mere presence. It’s about the COMPULSION TO WORSHIP. Not about shown preference.

  • [-1] January 12, 2015 at 8:50pm

    I hear that a lot J-Mo. But I find different evidence for that in my own heart. So therefore, I myself cannot honestly ascribe to the assumption that He is dead and that He is not coming back. I admittedly would be upset if I found that He was not returning. However there is no fear of that becoming a recognized reality as I fully expect to see Him in the remainder of my lifespan (currently 40) if my life is not prematurely cut short of course.

    I do realize that you too have the same staunch stance that you are correct in your assumption that He did not come back from the dead, He didn’t ascend to the Father and He isn’t returning. And against all quantifiable, logical odds in your opinion He will not return and He does; what kind of reaction will you have? I mean barring everything else. Let’s throw logic and reason, etc. completely out the window and venture into la la land for a minute. If EVERYTHING in the Bible comes to pass and you are before God and it comes to the part described above- “Every knee shall bow, and every tongue shall confess that Jesus Christ is Lord (King).”, would you do so with a shrug that you were wrong? Would you try and spit in His face as you bowed? Would you stand in rage? Defeated acceptance? Astonished acceptance? Melancholy or bewilderment? Open defiance? Or would you embrace what you know now as error and do so without grudge in true worship?

  • [-1] January 12, 2015 at 8:37pm

    When you go to court regarding the legal grounds in taxing the American people’s income you will find that the LAW strictly forbids it. At the same time, when you go to court with something like that the judges DISREGARD the WRITTEN LAW for the sake of precedence. Out of AN ASSUMPTION. That has been PROPAGATED by powerful people who have lots to gain in the status quo and lots to lose if things went the other way.

    The separation clause isn’t truly a actionable clause UNLESS the violation is as such that there is FORCED WORSHIP or “recognized official religion”. That word “recognized” not referring to a nod of agreement or a not of preference or anything of that sort. But rather a compelling at the government’s gun to worship a prescribed way or worship at all. IF the city set a rule at that war memorial that you had to BOW at that cross, or that you had to PRAY or pay homage to the Christian God upon approach in violation of your open right to not be COMPELLED TO WORSHIP, THEN there would be legal grounds. Because you would be FORCED to violate your freedom NOT to worship at all if you so choose by being forced to bow, pray, etc. in order to utilize or enjoy the monument. The atheists’ right not to be compelled to worship is not violated by that cross. It’s an ANNOYANCE but it is not restrictive of rights. And this is bad precedence. :(

  • January 12, 2015 at 7:56pm

    I believe they should be able to say what they want. I also believe those counter protestors had the right to do what they did. As they did not hurt anybody or touch anybody. I’d imagine and very good observation I might add about the whole “fire in a crowded theater” bogus analogy often used, that they were ON private property if they were indeed not simply on the right of way NEAR the property. But even though the arena allows public, it’s still privately owned and operated and it seems the counter protestors acted on behalf of the land owners “in agency”. I’m firmly anti-homosexual. So far as behavior. I don’t believe that God “HATES” homosexuals. I believe He loves them and wants to see them made whole. I believe He wants to draw them into the fold of Christ. And heal them. Big difference in disagreeing with one’s lifestyle and truly hating. The opposite of love isn’t hate either. It’s actually fear. However the context they are using it is impossible. Because they are saying God fears. Which is not true. God doesn’t fear. Because Perfect Love casts out all fear (hate). No room for it.

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  • January 8, 2015 at 5:13am

    No need or use elevenoclock. This country is Babylon. And Babylon will fall. This year. Be a good steward of the money that you have. Pray. Fast. Make provision for your family. Move if you are anywhere near New York City, Florida, Las Vegas and any major city in California. I might be scared of Seattle too. They will be destroyed. This year. Completely. The rest of us are going to be in a fight. Russia, China, Mexico, Cuba, as well as several other South American countries as well as N. Korea I believe. There will be a internal struggle goaded into by communists. While the government is occupied with that, they will take us by sub.

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