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SPIN_MD

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  • [11] May 26, 2015 at 10:52am

    @blackspeak

    The black community is doing so well with so many out of wedlock births since no one bothers to marry. I think it is 80% or more maybe. Furthermore most of the kids have no idea who their true father is because of rampant promiscuity. Resulting in massive inbreeding which leads to all sorts of issues. I have often wondered if the overwhelming criminality exhibited in the black community is a result of this obvious inbreeding. I know it has to have something to do with the IQs being so low and not moving in the black community for 150 years.

  • [23] May 26, 2015 at 10:44am

    I had the pleasure of having a Godly father. He was a good man. He loved my mother selflessly. He went through horrible tribulation with cancer for several years. He is with God today. My mother was able to endure because she knew my dad always put God first. She had a tough time of it. It isn’t easy seeing what we saw for three and a half years. Seeing a vibrant strong man dwindle to nothing before your eyes is heart rending. God makes the difference. I personally don’t know how non-Christians do it.

    That being said, this young man knows where his hope lies. Marriage, especially nowadays, is a difficult journey for anyone. One never knows what is coming down the pike. As the Apostle Paul so eloquently wrote, the head of the woman is the man. He is her covering. The head of the man is Christ Jesus the Son. The head of Christ is God the Father.

    It is heart warming to see this young man take the priesthood of his home so seriously.

  • May 25, 2015 at 6:56pm

    I doubt very seriously that this man committed suicide over this one single incident. Suicide is a long haul down a road of mental illness, usually depression and despondency. Then a quick snap with an issue that becomes the straw breaking the camel’s back.

    I feel so sorry for the woman. Being black must be intolerable. According to EVERY SINGLE black person alive, that is most definitely the case.

    I suppose it is a privilege to be white. I get to be multidimensional. I do not have to view the entire world, all that is in it and all that it entails through a single very narrow, and inhibiting lens.

  • May 25, 2015 at 2:43pm

    He’s the science guy, but apparently not the smart guy. Liberal progressive ideologues are so blissfully stupid they are sometimes amusing.

  • May 23, 2015 at 8:52pm

    So much for reading the whole post and understanding it in the context in which it was written. Ideologues usually have a problem both with truth and context. I’m just saying.

  • [1] May 22, 2015 at 3:31pm

    I will say one last thing about this. As with race relations, there isn’t going to be any change until the discussion is honest and factual. One cannot have an honest discussion based on falsehoods, hopes, ideology or fantasies. Honest discussion MUST by the very definition include hard factual data.

    If Americans, guys specifically, would be totally honest about the issue of masculinity as understood in this country, there would be more of an understanding of “gay” issues. I say that because I personally have known a lot of guys that have “identified” as gay that were not gay at all. They just got stuck in a situation and because of shame they felt like thy couldn’t get out. As part of that truth, guys have to admit that sex feels good regardless of the gender of the partner.

    Christians have to have a discussion as to how they are going to deal with the gay agenda. They have to admit that the church has fallen down on the job where the gay community is concerned. Christians will have to face the fact that thy have made gays the whipping boy for sexual immorality when all the while accepting “straight” immorality with open arms in the church.

    I don’t know of any gay men that have killed their own unborn child by having it burned with acid or torn from limb to limb. I also know women are sitting in churches all across this country that have.

    I fear that things will not change because no one wants to have that discussion.

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  • May 22, 2015 at 3:13pm

    I also had a college friend from Sweden whose father kissed him on the mouth in public. My father may have kissed me on the mouth when I was a child but certainly not in public or where anyone could take a picture. Some people just have conventions to which they are committed. I think it is an American thing.

    The guy wasn’t gay. In fact he was a big lady’s man. His dad wasn’t gay. In fact his dad was a big lady’s man too. It was just that same gender affection was viewed very differently in their culture. He also wore microscopic Speedos to the pool. No American straight guy would ever do that.

    I have to admit I would get embarrassed sometimes by the way he was around me. Yes, he would kiss on me. The funny thing I told him to knock it off in public. I told him I didn’t mind it as long as no one else saw. He thought THAT was gay. So go figure.

    American men have a strange view of masculinity. I have read a lot about this so I could have discussions with my gay friends and not offend them. I’m not going to make much headway as a Christian, bringing them to church, if I can’t talk to them about these issues the way I have come to understand them.

    I don’t condescend to them. I don’t patronize them. I try and understand them.

  • [2] May 22, 2015 at 2:45pm

    I don’t disagree with much of what you said. I don’t think homosexuality should be treated as normal or acceptable because it isn’t normal and should not be accepted. I am speaking specifically to the sexual aspect of this. What I was getting at is that same gender attraction is not necessarily the same thing as being sexually attracted to the same gender.

    I have had male friends with which I was extremely close with profound affection. Some wanted a very high degree of physical familiarity, sometimes to the point of discomfort. I didn’t know if it was the way I was reared or just me. I am not a touchie-feelie person because my family wasn’t a touchie-feelie family.

    A normal demonstration of affection in my family was a quick hug or maybe a little squeeze. I don’t mean to suggest that my parents were distant or rigid. I knew I was loved very much. It just was the way it was.

    I had a friend in college that was very touchie-feelie. He would hang all over me. He would snuggle up to me on the bed in the dorm room. My first reaction was that he was gay and trying to get something started. That was nonsense of course but that is how I thought about it. His father was a very distant person, so he overcompensated by being very physically affectionate with everyone. I talked with him to where he understood my point.

    I think a lot of guys get trapped that way. When shunned by their buddies, they gravitate to guys that don’t mind, which may be gay. They are even told they are gay.

  • May 22, 2015 at 10:19am

    I have one question about this story. Where is this boy’s father? In my own experience with gay men, the answer to that question will speak volumes to the real issue here.

  • May 22, 2015 at 10:14am

    You see people that are anything but Christians doing horrible things to gays. In actuality all of the gay hazing and criminal behavior was committed not by Christians but by very horrible people. So saying Christians are leading this charge against gays is wrong. Go into a Hell’s Angels clubhouse and announce you are gay and see what happens.

    My own personal opinion is this American obsession with gayness comes directly from the Kinsey report. It was bad science if you can call it science at all. It was a sexually deviated person trying desperately to justify his own perversion as is the case with most “gay” research. There is no actual data that gay is genetic. I’m not saying that there are no genetic components to one thinking they are gay. I’m just saying there is NO scientific proof that there is a gene that preselects someone for same gender sexual attraction.

    I’m a guy. I work with male models. They are beautiful young men. They are the kind of guys that EVERYONE notices in a room. Does it make me gay to be able to appreciate a beautiful man? Some would say, yes. Therein lies the rub.

    There is an obsession in this country with a perverted notion of maleness and what that means. I know gay men that think they are superior males because they do NOT succumb to the silly wiles of a woman. These are the guys that go to the gym, the non-readable types. They think real maleness totally precludes the interaction with a woman. Of course this is a lie of the devil.

  • [3] May 22, 2015 at 10:00am

    I know a lot of gay men. It breaks my heart what Satan has done to young men. Being gay is not any more or less of a sin than anything else. Sin is sin.

    The problem with homosexuality is that it is such an integral part of someone’s personality. Satan through the LGBTQ community exploits that aspect by telling gays that being gay is who you are, not a part of who you are. The gay monicker becomes the all consuming issue for the gay man that espouses the beliefs of this agenda.

    It isn’t just an attraction. It all you are. You are your attraction. You are nothing but a sex machine. Then they turn around and tell the rest of the world they are so much more. It is confusing for many gay men I know.

    I am a Christian. I don’t think practicing gay men should be ministers. I do think gays should be accepted in the church. Not to allow them to continue to practice their homosexuality but to show them God’s infinite love. They are no different than the drug addict or prostitute or murderer, or recidivist criminal. They are sinners.

    That being said, there is a difference in behavior and attraction. Maybe some guys feel more for other guys. We are different. I honestly think the devil subverts this feeling into something horrible, shameful and sinful.

    When you look at other cultures, like in Europe, same gender bonding and open affection is not viewed as it is in this country. The gay obsession thing is really an American phenomenon. It has nothing to do with Christianity.

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  • May 21, 2015 at 10:39am

    I am a Christian. I have been convicted several times by the Spirit to not watch certain things. What I hate most is that you are watching something that is very good and they just have to slip in some gratuitous nudity or filthy language. I was taught that the prolific use of profanity clearly denotes a lack of vocabulary, education and breeding, i.e. any given standup comedian. I suppose that stands to reason because Hollywood types don’t strike me as very educated or couth and most are very low rent types.

    As Christians we have no one but ourselves to blame. The Church in particular surrendered the arts to Satan and his minions centuries ago believing the higher road was taken. Jesus said we were not of the world but were in the world. The concept of isolationism hasn’t worked out very well for Christians.

    I do know people that call themselves Christians that are just mesmerized by this show. Notice i said “call” themselves Christians. I honestly don’t see how a Christian can watch such filth.

  • [3] May 21, 2015 at 9:38am

    “Good riddance to bad rubbish,” as my grandmother used to say. I can safely number on one hand the number of minutes I’ve wasted watching Letterman. I truly feel sorry for those who spent 33 years of their lives following this miscreant.

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  • [3] May 20, 2015 at 9:29pm

    If AIDS had been treated like a health issue instead of a political issue, more people would be alive today. The medical profession has been backing off the whole gay issue for years.

    In 1973 the American Psychiatric Association removed homosexuality from the list of sexual deviance in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manuel of Mental Disorders. Was it because they just automatically thought, hey we’ve been wrong all along? No it was because they were blackmailed and coerced.

    The LGBTQ agenda is working overtime to get the same organization, The APA, to remove pedophilia from the very same list.

  • [1] May 20, 2015 at 3:29pm

    I work with tons of liberals. The career I have is dominated by liberals. This type stuff happens daily with me. When I get home, my head hurts. It is truly like working with preschoolers all day long. These people are really that vapid and uninteresting.

  • [3] May 20, 2015 at 3:23pm

    I feel so sorry for black people in this country, well and everywhere. They have been told for centuries that someone has to do stuff for them. In the times of the European slave trade, the master did everything for them. He fed them and housed them and clothed them. Some erroneous images depicted by the civil rights grievance industrial complex are not truthful or accurate. I know what you are saying. Since when has that mattered. I digress.

    The blacks nowadays are still depending on master to do everything for them. I cannot imagine living that way. I cannot imagine someone else paying for my food and housing and medical care. I cannot imagine someone else paying for my kids in the way of school breakfasts and lunches and uniforms, birth through high school.

    I cannot imagine how it feels to KNOW that you are incapable of doing anything without substantial assistance from someone else. The current president had to depend on master too. It certainly wasn’t his own kind that put him in office since they comprise only 12% of the population.

    It must be agony to know you and your kind are in a perpetual state of abnegation. That being said, Mr. Capeheart, like all his kind only see life from a single perspective. I can’t imagine living that way. How pitiful.

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  • [3] May 18, 2015 at 1:06pm

    It’s a baseball, for crying out loud, not some magic talisman. The stupid things stupid people get excited about never ceases to amazes me.

  • May 16, 2015 at 5:27pm

    This is another result of affirmative action. 100% of blacks college students in this country have been recipients of affirmative action style methods.

    If institutions of higher education wanted the best students, they would have a completely blind admissions application process. Everyone would get a number and nothing else. The applicant would be judged solely on merit and nothing more. If that were the case, then those falling short would either improve or go elsewhere.

    Diversity has not proven to be the least bit effective in improving , well, anything, really. It is a socialist myth. That is why standards are always changed to accommodate certain groups of peoples. In this case the standards are elevated. In most other cases the standards are lowered and lowered and lowered again.

    I have a nephew that is a computer whiz kid. He doesn’t have a huge amount of diversity in his classes. His field is a merit based filed which tends to cull most affirmative action types. They cannot actually do the work so they don’t get the grades unlike the softer fields of study. There are a number of Asians in his classes. He says that even there, the professors tend to lean toward them and not the white guys. Yes most all of his classes are guys.

  • [9] May 16, 2015 at 5:11pm

    I have a relaxed management style. I work with employees. They don’t work for me. I set the parameters of any given project upfront so no one can say they didn’t know.

    Some people need supervision. Some people are not goal directed types. They need shepherding. Some are workaholic types that need someone to say “enough already.”

    If this business model works for them, then so be it. I can’t see this working everywhere. That is the beauty of a free market.

  • May 16, 2015 at 11:48am

    I don’t believe in unicorns. I rarely talk about unicorns. I don’t dislike people that want to believe in the existence of unicorns either. I certainly wouldn’t have seminars and write books about unicorns, since I do not believe in their existence. It seems he spends an awful lot of time talking about something he doesn’t think exists.

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