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    Postby Nekhrun » 31 Mar 2009 19:49

    SwordMaster wrote:
    SandChigger wrote:Can we start ranking threads as "Dune Novels Worthy"?


    LOL, this is the Politics sector! Guess you dont dig Michelle Bachmann eh Chigger?

    I think she is yummy!

    Is the transit story true?

    Whats this about ID freakin in schools Gameplayer?

    The transit story is indeed true, as is the support for teaching ID in schools. If I recall, there's another story of her lurking in some bushes at the capitol building spying on people as well. I'll see what else I can dig up on her. I actually know someone who was at a church when she was giving a speech that turned pretty weird.

    She went to visit a school my mom works at last year in her district and my mom forwarded me some emails that were going around the building from teachers trying to avoid her and keep her out of their classrooms.
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    Postby Crysknife » 31 Mar 2009 22:57

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    Baraka Bryan wrote:i haven't followed the debate, so you're probably right about it being a bit of a smoke-and-mirrors thing. I think in the public system, all versions should be taught. private religious schools can then teach their version exclusively


    So, do you mister Baraka, belive in ID then ? 2nd times a charm, if you do not want to answer, just say Eff Off SM



    i'll quote myself from above... maybe 2nd times a charm for you to read my answer ;)

    and SM, no I'm not an ID proponent.
    I'd classify myself as an old earth creationist... as in the wording of the creation story is not literal WRT timing and actual items created during a given period...


    Wait a minute, so you believe that God created the earth millions of years ago, right? How exactly "old earth" are we talking? And if so, did God put man on earth from the very beginning? Even if you believe there is evolution, being an old earther, you have to believe God guided the evolution, ergo ID.........please explain yourself :wink:
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    Postby TheDukester » 31 Mar 2009 22:59

    What happened to talking about the crazy MILF lady? And the throbbing, and all that? :)
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    Postby SandChigger » 31 Mar 2009 23:03

    Dude, that was HOURS ago! :P
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    Postby Freakzilla » 01 Apr 2009 10:07

    I think it's cool how He created the heavens and the earth BEFORE light. That was a neat trick.

    Speaking of tricky, that firmament, well... what can you say about the firmament?
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    Postby SwordMaster » 01 Apr 2009 11:21

    I find that the more I think about God creating the world, the more I think of a superior race playing with planets like ant farms or Petri dishes. It makes me think that God is just a really bored old extra terrestrial life form that is just playing around with little species experiments. I cant help but think that when ever I read genesis. God was bored so he made a planet, and a heaven, then he thought, lets give it some light and make the sun, hmm what else would make this fun to do here?
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    Postby Freakzilla » 01 Apr 2009 11:24

    Holy boredom is not a good reason for the invention of freewill.
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    Postby SwordMaster » 01 Apr 2009 11:27

    Freakzilla wrote:Holy boredom is not a good reason for the invention of freewill.


    lol~! Sometimes I think of SHIP from Pandora books and I think we are just playing out yet another rerun.
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    Postby Freakzilla » 01 Apr 2009 11:53

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    lol~! Sometimes I think of SHIP from Pandora books and I think we are just playing out yet another rerun.


    Would it make a difference if you knew that to be true?
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    Postby SwordMaster » 01 Apr 2009 12:24

    Freakzilla wrote:
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    Freakzilla wrote:Holy boredom is not a good reason for the invention of freewill.


    lol~! Sometimes I think of SHIP from Pandora books and I think we are just playing out yet another rerun.


    Would it make a difference if you knew that to be true?


    I doubt it would. But it would sure as hell blow all major religons out of the water for good if it was shown to be true.
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    Postby Freakzilla » 01 Apr 2009 12:50

    What if each conscious decision you make creates a parallel universe?
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    Postby SwordMaster » 01 Apr 2009 14:06

    Freakzilla wrote:What if each conscious decision you make creates a parallel universe?


    I love it. That kind of thing is fun to think about, I enjoy it sort of like Leto used to enjoy his safari through OM.
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    Postby Freakzilla » 01 Apr 2009 14:13

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    I love it. That kind of thing is fun to think about, I enjoy it sort of like Leto used to enjoy his safari through OM.


    Good subject for it's own topic...

    Now on to democrats I'd do...

    How about Ashley Biden?

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    Postby A Thing of Eternity » 01 Apr 2009 14:19

    Baraka Bryan wrote:
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    Baraka Bryan wrote:i haven't followed the debate, so you're probably right about it being a bit of a smoke-and-mirrors thing. I think in the public system, all versions should be taught. private religious schools can then teach their version exclusively


    So, do you mister Baraka, belive in ID then ? 2nd times a charm, if you do not want to answer, just say Eff Off SM



    i'll quote myself from above... maybe 2nd times a charm for you to read my answer ;)

    and SM, no I'm not an ID proponent.
    I'd classify myself as an old earth creationist... as in the wording of the creation story is not literal WRT timing and actual items created during a given period...


    Wait a minute, so you believe that God created the earth millions of years ago, right? How exactly "old earth" are we talking? And if so, did God put man on earth from the very beginning? Even if you believe there is evolution, being an old earther, you have to believe God guided the evolution, ergo ID.........please explain yourself :wink:


    I'm not going to pretend to have a concise, comprehensive belief on creation... none of us were there, and the only accounts written were by nomads with no scientific basis to draw from.

    I do believe in a creator/sustaining God who is and has been intricately involved in the universe and the unfolding of time for as long as time existed. I also believe in the inspiration of the Bible, but realize it's still written by human hands and minds.

    So when the Bible says "God said, 'Let there be light,' and there was light" I don't take that literally, but as the written account of one having things revealed to him but with a limited knowledge and vocabulary to describe it. What I understand about the first 'day' (also not necessarily a literal word as some translations look at it as an undetermined period of time, perhaps millions or billions of years) is that God established the laws of the universe, quantum mechanics etc.. of which one of the most absolute and fundamental is light. I mean, the 'sun' was only created on the fourth 'day' so a 24 hour period meant nothing prior to then. The same logic follows for the other 5 'days' of creation.

    This is why I feel people who take the word 'day' as literal and are unbending in their views annoy me so much... I'm not closed to the idea that God could have created the universe in all its diversity in a week because I do believe in an all-powerful God, but I believe that God is a being of practicality and love, and would rather see an earth that develops and unfold over time rather than being willed into 'pre-existence.'


    This reminds me of something funny a Sikh said to my religion prof one time when he asked the Sikh what he thought of the Abrahamic creation story. Answer: What took that god so long?
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    Postby SwordMaster » 01 Apr 2009 14:24

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    Freakzilla wrote:What if each conscious decision you make creates a parallel universe?


    I love it. That kind of thing is fun to think about, I enjoy it sort of like Leto used to enjoy his safari through OM.


    Good subject for it's own topic...

    Now on to democrats I'd do...

    How about Ashley Biden?

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    I love her. Plus she does coke. But thats not the best part. My favorite Ash Biden story is when she tried to brake up a bar fight and when the cop told her to back off, she yelled at him "Dont you know who I am? Im Joe Biden's fucking daughter, Pig" He was only a senitor at that time. She was arrested.

    She is a wild one.

    But if we are going for non elected and only related... There are a few, I would for sure have a go at Meaghan McCain or Chelsea Clinton.

    Probally Bristol Palin too, not so much for their looks, as much as the power factor. And to live off their fortunes. Ashley Biden been at the top of my list for ages though, even before Joe became Vice. Same with the Bush twins, but only if they come together.
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    Postby Freakzilla » 01 Apr 2009 14:27

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    Postby SwordMaster » 01 Apr 2009 14:32

    if thats a real photo I think Meaghan looks a bit creeped out by him whispering in her ear. That dude is such a clown. I will never understand the appeal of "Joe the plumber" who is notr actually named Joe, and who is not actually even a plumber.

    p.s. Freak I know you have thought about the Bush twins, same time, both drunk.
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    Postby Freakzilla » 01 Apr 2009 14:39

    Oh, hell yeah!

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    Postby TheDukester » 01 Apr 2009 14:41

    SwordMaster wrote:... I know you have thought about the Bush twins, same time, both drunk.

    Christ, who hasn't?
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    Postby Freakzilla » 01 Apr 2009 14:44

    And what's a republican daughter without booze and a behive hairdo?

    Bristol Palin:

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    Postby Freakzilla » 01 Apr 2009 14:57

    Baraka Bryan wrote:why can't we have hot political daughters like that in Canada :(


    It is unwise to admit your weakness, now we have an opening in which to re-take control.

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    Postby Rakis » 01 Apr 2009 14:57

    Baraka Bryan wrote:why can't we have hot political daughters like that in Canada :(


    Yeah...i mean i don't remember anybody that was remotely hot coming from
    Canadian politics, except maybe Margaret Trudeau in the 70's... :(
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    Postby Freakzilla » 01 Apr 2009 14:59

    SwordMaster wrote:if thats a real photo I think Meaghan looks a bit creeped out by him whispering in her ear. That dude is such a clown. I will never understand the appeal of "Joe the plumber" who is notr actually named Joe, and who is not actually even a plumber.


    His claim to fame was saying to Obama, "But isn't that socialism?", or similar.

    He may as well have said, "What's a nubian?".

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    Postby SwordMaster » 01 Apr 2009 15:25

    Dont make me start posting hot Canadians, over all we have the most per capita. Not a lot of Political ones. But a few that are worth a mention and post. Main thing is that in Candian politics, we actually do keep the family out of it.

    Rona Ambrose = Canada’s intergovernmental affairs minister
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    Helena Guergis kinda hot blondie
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    Gotta love Ruby Dhalla
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    we used to have Belinda Stronach, but she went back to the private sector

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    And for the record, Maxxim gave Ruby # 3 and Belinda # 6 on their hottest in the world list

    http://www.maxim.com/3RubyDhallaCanada/ ... /4151.aspx

    As for daughters, well, thats going to need some research.
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    Postby Freakzilla » 01 Apr 2009 15:28

    SwordMaster wrote:we used to have Belinda Stronach, but she went back to the private sector

    Image with bubba.


    She probably had to after an evening with Bubba. :P
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