User Profile: Sparky101


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  • [-1] May 27, 2016 at 1:54pm

    “This country is slow on the uptake, but always is.”

    What a stupid statement, Vaman. This is the strongest, most desirable country in the world. True that as we coddle the wimps and shirkers we become weaker, but many who write here defended your freedoms. They gave you the opportunity to write such crap, hoping you’d be more appreciative but not demanding that.

    Counter to your last statement about us being frightened at an ever changing world, it was our courage that stepped up to defend freedom around the globe.

  • May 27, 2016 at 3:14am

    Tuco, you really don’t know any Believers do you?

    If Believers acted as you say, for the reason you claim, then I’d have to agree with you. But it appears your perceptions are guided by a false premise born of bigotry and intolerance.

  • [-1] May 27, 2016 at 2:56am

    Blinky says: “And you know what? Unlike the Christians here when shown obvious examples of Christians doing something wrong, I will actually acknowledge it.”

    So Blinky, if that is true, then why don’t you finally tell me the verse you claimed was in Hebrews that specifically praises the killing of Jephthah’s daughter. After all, lying is wrong.

  • May 27, 2016 at 2:47am

    With all the pompous charade he can muster, Blinky proclaims: “Just think about all the hours I’ve spent dismantling theistic nonsense here and elsewhere? People like you won’t be convinced but guess what? it’s not you I’m worried about, it’s the people in the middle and my antidote will continue to be the cure for your poison.”

    Sure Blinky, sure. So tell us once again how there is a verse you know of in Hebrews that specifically praises the killing of Jephthah’s daughter.

    You have spent hours spewing lies, mistakes and mangling scripture, but your errors and ignorance are a fools errand as far as being an antidote. Truth needs no antidote,

  • [1] May 26, 2016 at 8:36pm

    Binky, I love it when you say: “Your god may not be real, but religious people are, and they’re who we are dealing with.”

    That statement implies a few things. 1. While God may not be real, it is also true that he may be real. One day you will know for sure which is true.

    2. Yes, “religious people” are real. Unfortunately, you were raised by such people and that has been seared in your brain. From all of your statements negative about “religious people”, one can tell that you know of and dislike “religious people”, but you don’t know any Believers.

    And 3. in the end you are still dealing with God. Surely you remember what Paul wrote about that? Don’t you?

  • [-1] May 26, 2016 at 8:27pm

    Jonny, Correct. You say God does not exist, and that the burden of proof lies with the party making the claim – and that would be you, because you made that claim. You can try to weasel out of it with some disingenuous chant that makes honest people weary, but we all see what you are doing.

    Then, you try to build a straw man and say: “Some people believe a talking snake lied to a magic rib woman that came from a dirt man…” And while you, personally believe that is in scripture, once again you show your woeful lack of Biblical knowledge and understanding.

    You are not alone. Blinky claims there is a verse in Hebrews praising the killing of Jephthah’s daughter – but when challenged to provide the verse, he runs and hides.

    Your defense is: “I simply DON’T believe that. I haven’t asserted a claim of my own, i am REJECTING another’s claim.” And yet you are the one that asserted that ignorant claim.

    And that’s what a straw man argument does, starts with a false claim, and then argues to make a fraudulent point. Your point is pointless.

    Why must hateful atheists continue to believe they know the scriptures? Before they make stupid claims, why don’t they first go and check it out? Why can they not see the wisdom in being sure of what they speak?

  • [21] May 19, 2016 at 11:07pm

    This man is not out to make friends with Killery or her boy toy Oblamer. While I cringe at some of his “honest” statements, I think he has an understanding of what he is doing (kinda like when Blinky does that – oh wait, Blinky never does).

    I think Trump is onto something big when our government says that our satellites didn’t pick up any explosion from that plane. If our government can pick out a single plane in the night sky BEFORE the fact, then Killary and Oblamer were definitely doing the same in the “situation room” with Bengazi (Oh wait, they were both asleep).

  • [23] May 19, 2016 at 10:50pm

    If Oblamer had a son, he’d be just like her

  • May 19, 2016 at 9:29pm

    So, which is it Very, is your abode in a sewer or were you more fortunate to have been born since the invention of the dumpster?

    Either way, you seem to have grown very accustomed to the trash you live among.

  • May 19, 2016 at 9:25pm

    Utopia, sarcasm isn’t always pretty.

    Wold s exposing a terrible reality, that if you can hide a vile act, no one is the wiser. If you can remove the stench, more women can be convinced to murder their babies.

  • May 19, 2016 at 9:13pm

    If in Heaven, and we pray constantly that most will be. But I think that reunion won’t be a time of sadness or tears.

  • May 19, 2016 at 9:04pm

    Ask Gen. Boykin that question, “Since when….”

    Freedom of speech, once so important to our country and defended with so much blood, has been aborted by the same evil folks that promote human abortion and the sale of baby body parts.

  • May 19, 2016 at 8:48pm

    Yet another correction Libby. “It is the same as asserting that an acorn is an oak tree…”

    NO. An acorn is a seed, and will remain a seed indefinitely unless conditions allow it to germinate. once it germinates, however, then it is a tree – from that moment.

    Now clueless ones can begin stupid arguments that it isn’t really a tree, it’s a seedling or maybe a sapling, but you know what Libby – it is a tree same as a human fetus is a human being.

  • May 19, 2016 at 8:39pm

    Correction Libby, a fetus does have “legal” rights EXCEPT when their mothers want to kill them. Isn’t that weird?

    Kill the baby of a mother that wants her child (even when you murder the mother at the same time), and you are in doo-doo, legally.

    Interestingly, it’s simply a matter of “same fetus, different place,” and the law defends one and poops on the other.

    That’s your law, Libby, but don’t confuse it with justice, common sense, or human decency.

  • [6] May 19, 2016 at 8:08pm

    Laugh; reasonable conclusion from a faulty premise.

    Yes, a human sperm and an egg are both separately alive, and both will stop existing all on their own in a matter of days.

    But their unique sources of DNA do not cease to exist when they die – there’s of it where they came from.

    But not so with any life they may conceive. If this new life is taken, it’s unique DNA will not come again to this Earth

    The conceived embryo is a unique life, having DNA distinct from those that caused its conception. Their union has produced a life decidedly different in all respects. And unlike the cells that contributed to its formation, if its life is allowed to continue, this new DNA will live 3,650 times longer than they could have.

    Agreed, it takes life to produce life, but it’s not just a ho-hum simple continuation of existing life.

    So, even though life continues at conception, as you say, it’s not the same life continuing – it is a life unique and different from those that conceived it (egg and sperm, mom and dad).

  • May 18, 2016 at 2:25am

    Most of that “mountain” constitutes a waste of time and money as far as being worthwhile or important to mankind. Some of it is pure crap, worthless to even evolutionists – but hey, it makes the mountain look more impressive. If any of it was worthwhile, then why is it our government that must support such “research”? Why aren’t public corporations falling all over themselves to fund these “studies”? There’s a reason, most just aren’t worth the money.

  • [1] May 17, 2016 at 7:29pm

    If “good” can generally be described as doing what you can to minimize pain and mental anguish, the.n Blinky fails at “good” by his own definition. Heck, that’s about all he does here on The Blaze.

  • May 17, 2016 at 7:21pm

    True Tornado, you can simply send $5 overseas once in awhile. That will probably feed a village Do you do that? If so, to whom do you send your check? Are they actually over there? What would be your fair share? What would be mine? Is your church heavily involved? Mine is, and you don’t have to go to Africa, probably don’t even have to leave your hometown. Do you do that? I’m just saying that as we point our finger, 3 point back at us. I think we all could do more, and I include myself.

  • May 17, 2016 at 6:36pm

    Blinky, most of your 150 years was not really that exciting or valuable for me in the long run. I got tired of some of the abuses and lies and feeble explanations. Hey,maybe that’s just me.

    Say, for comparison purposes, how long has Alchemy persisted? I heard like 3,000 years plus.

    I would reject that also but then you’d really get on my case for disregarding so many experiments over so many years, and probably call me all manner of names for my disbelief.

    I just don’t think I could take that.

    Like I said, if it was compelling it might be different. I lose interest in some things. I don’t have time to sit around and watch evolution occur or lettuce turn brown.

  • May 17, 2016 at 6:19pm

    Blinky says that his calling people morons, idiots, stupid, etc, and etc. is just telling the truth.

    He’s clueless. He’s wrong.

    Name calling is something we all experienced in grade school because it is childish and mean spirited, but at that age, few are able to deal maturely with the threat of losing arguments, or of not being seen as capable as others. So they learned the art of the insult to get “revenge” and hurt others. Hurt people hurt people.

    Most people, if they ever even used such taunts, grew out of that as they got more mature and educated. Some have not.

    It’s not nice or “good” to attempt to purposely insult others, or to use name calling to try to inflict hurts.

    This makes me think that maybe Blinky is 21 or 22, working in a less than fulfilling job, having lived an isolated adolescence and hence unable to learn social skills others took for granted.

    That would be an assumption, so I raise it here as questions to Blinky. I just can’t otherwise understand why he thinks calling others names, is simply telling the “truth.”

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