User Profile: truthspeare

truthspeare

Member Since: November 04, 2014

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  • January 1, 2015 at 9:55pm

    Dude, is this the most important thing in your life? It’s a post man. Dude, is there some great God of Literature out there judging us? Like you? Your spirit sucks. Just saying. Any fool can point out a problem, only men can solve them. Thanks for the point…p*rick.

  • January 1, 2015 at 9:30pm

    Feel the layers of the prose man.

    The poet appreciates the meter, but there is more to it.

  • January 1, 2015 at 9:23pm

    Notebroker, it does not matter, dude.
    None of this does.
    And who said that Truthspeare was deep? I confess. Nay, I demand that I be declared a simpleton. So shallow in primordial soup. So now I rise, to a draw a breath.
    So kiss my ass.

    Tell me notebroker, tell me something about yourself. But it has to be metal. Are you hard enough. Notebroker, have you been introduced to insanity?

  • January 1, 2015 at 9:01pm

    I should have said,

    “No matter the race or creed, the words in a best seller do not picture the author, bristle brush art painted masterpieces do not color the artist, the invention does not see a single inventor reflection, and so in so many things.”

    Well, so. But it won’t do. A tragedy in craft, the unfinished thought already went through.

  • [2] January 1, 2015 at 8:28pm

    Bookster,

    Not all Muslims are bad. Most are very cool people. When going group think, go in the correct direction. I am Christian at my all. I cannot name one who does not have a chance. Against all odds happens to be our birthright.

    No matter the race or creed, the words in a best seller do not picture the author, the bristle brush art painted masterpiece does no color the artist, the invention not a single inventor reflection, and so in so many things.

    Each and every one of us have beat the odds. Billions to one that we would be here. The idealist would say that we should live in peace, the realist would say, “this…..s, is not possible.” The sharptonist would say, you got that right.

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  • [2] January 1, 2015 at 8:12pm

    Sometimes, at very unattractive times, you are used. Does anyone really know what time it is?

  • December 29, 2014 at 2:15am

    It’s soul searching time. There is a choice here.

  • December 29, 2014 at 2:04am

    Who was it that said, “No justice, no peace”? The faithful teachers of Jesus Christ or of the Great Bigot god? What is truth here? The alternatives are mutually exclusive. Is it “let’s turn the other cheek”? Or is it, “let’s be at war”?

    If you follow Reverend Sharpton, you must know the answer, or should. Jesus would advocate peace. And so, that is why I am a Christian. Is the reverend a Christian? Are you a Christian?

  • December 29, 2014 at 1:55am

    What god does Reverend Sharpton revere? Is it adulation for The Great Bigot god or the Christian God? The answer is in the form of a question. What does he preach? Christ said you will be known by your works. To what end does the reverend labor?

  • December 29, 2014 at 1:39am

    And yes, I amazed by the superstitions of atheists. But that is my problem, which is of no moment in the sum. 90% of atheists do not care about my problems, the other 10% are glad that I have them. Some hope that I am wrong, I pray that I am right. What is the difference between right and wrong.? Such question must be answered after death, thus rendering a conclusion, either neither will know, or one will. So what is the difference? Nothing that will be questioned.

  • December 29, 2014 at 1:14am

    And to impart an equation on the matter, “some”, does not equal “all” no matter how you add it.

    It’s just math. It’s just all in the numbers. It’s been settled by learned man, dude. And just who would be a dullard, man?

  • December 29, 2014 at 1:01am

    “Great Bigot” god superstition is an unholy good, or wholly bad. Take your pick. Nothing “is” except thinking makes it so. So let’s all pause for sacred reflection. Does your god, your superstition, teach you to hate? If so, you are dangerous.

  • December 29, 2014 at 12:21am

    And to all, most of my local friends are people of color. And they do not hate me because I was born white, and yet they are plentifully content. It is nice to live among people who do not despise you because you were born white.

    All of us were born and raised poor. We see each other as we are, not as Great Bigot god superstition would have us.
    superstition.

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  • December 29, 2014 at 12:06am

    The mammoth memorial is saturated with remembrances of strong armed robbery on a brown person topped off by an assault on a white person. To get high on cigar blunts? All with violating the civil rights of brown people and white people, bookending the buzz? Is this true? How did the mammoth get that THC in his system? When? Before or after pushing the brown person around. I note that it is infinitely ironic, that that the mammoth’s last name resembles his victim’s complexion.

    A complete and utter dud was he, the mammoth. I must say that my neighbor’s goats and chickens have also made a memorial, or memorials to he. So you superstitious anti-white bigots, and you superstitious anti-Asian bigots, stick that in your racist pipes and smoke it. The kind that gives you dreamy visions of yourself that impart a true reflection of thee, the picture of a bigot Don Quixote. All resolute, all wrong, and completely absurd. But pay no attention to me, listen to your Great Bigot spirit, calling you to your knees, speaking unheard voices of what who and what you should be.

    But I do have to confess to you superstitious bigots that I am an atheist re your “Great Spirit” of bigotry god. I do not believe in your bigotry god. So, in this regard, I am a pagan.
    You know, re Don Quixote, the windmills were really not horrible monsters, as he thought. And so the same for your superstitions. You may be insane.

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  • [2] December 19, 2014 at 9:10pm

    This whole matter is saturated with principles and the ups and downs when you live by them. Others cannot get anything from you, unless you let them. It comes down to cost. This vet’s response was priceless.

  • [5] December 19, 2014 at 8:58pm

    Should I say it? Yes, I should.

    “I anglo, declare the black man my brother.” The same as I declare all other shades different from me.

    Should the absorption of light of a person’s skin make a difference? No! At least to reasoned men…in my opinion.

    For acceptance to occur, the participants must needs be acceptable to one another. Go on with acceptance, stop what is making you unacceptable to others.

  • [14] December 19, 2014 at 8:42pm

    To all those pertinent, you need to cease fire on this white vs. black thing. We are all one. Complexion is irrelevant, no matter how much some want or need it to be.

    This is a very hard world, it is a darn near impossible one if you are born poor, no matter the color. If you are born poor, you must find your gift, unique to you, no matter the complexion. And once you are done,with this self-discovery, it may lead to “at leisure” wealth, at a one in a million odds; but, it may lead to something less.

    The great gift of happy life is to accept who and what your are, and what you have. The people you know, and nature, make up for all differences, and they always seem to be more than enough for proper satisfaction.

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  • [4] December 18, 2014 at 10:16pm

    Monk, ditto. And we survive. Freedom survives because the Constitution is one tough [profanity laced exclamation point] ucker.
    We in the U.S. are the hope for all humanity, we are the dream, people are willing to, and do, die to come to our place.
    All may not say it, who do not have it, this freedom, but they are looking at us in the corner of their eyes. And what we look upon, we covet.

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  • [-3] December 18, 2014 at 9:54pm

    No sir, I do not like one bit those solar panels stealing heat from plants and animals, Mother Earth. What kind of devastation is about to be wrought on a solar panel overpopulated Earth? I’m sorry cute animals, we humans need your heat.

  • [-3] December 18, 2014 at 9:47pm

    The universe uses no fossil fuels, solar panels, etc, yet it wields unfathomable energy. What do we have available on Earth that the universe unaided uses? Natural forces.

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