Too bad you can't show it.
I've had crippling depression. It hurts a lot. One has to ask for help.
1. Here at RC the Bible tends to be presented as all good, or all horror. What do you think of this more nuanced approach?
If I hadn't met my wife and wanted to start a life with her honestly I would have never left home
its a synthesized computer voice recording. When played, some people hear the name Laurel, others hear Yanny do to various games with frequencies.
If the baker stays, does the florist, the tuxedo man, the wedding dress people? Just curious
every little thing is a major fight to her.
The ACA has a ramp up period. It's already seen good initial success in those states that haven't opposed it and, like I said, you can only expect to see better results from it as it continues.
I'm not arguing my position at all. I thought you were a high IQ?
Do you hate me or something Gillette?
I am not a tax attorney (no way) but if there on personal house is free
Would you like to ask the studio audience? Or, maybe you can call a friend.
I said something to SnackTheoryConfidential.
I thought cats just used this
The theory states that the fittest to survive will survive but what if there is no such thing as 'the fittest to survive'? What if any organism has just as good a chance of survival as any other organism and survival is simply random chance?
In some ways, Christians have become "the new Jews", i.e., a section of people one can bash with near-impunity. In some ways, they do indeed ask for it, but in most cases, they do not. I myself was a Christian for the first 28 years of my life. I was raised and educated by Christians, nourished and sheltered and *believed in* by Christians. Christians are not some kind of new, foreign, toxic invasive species. Until very recently, they were the bedrock of the West and particularly of the U.S. The following links to an article about good Christian folk - and, interestingly enough - it was written by a Buddhist priest:
Sorry, but that's got to be one of the least coherent ramblings of an atheist I've read in a while. Since you so obviously fail to understand the process of religious formation (in contrast to cult formation, something utterly different), I must point you to a book that actually explains the formation of the religion of Christianity independently of the religion of Judaism. It's a renowned academic monograph called
(It's) silly & childish, because otherwise your avatar is silly...
An artist having the right to refuse to accept a contracted, commissioned piece of work is not the same thing as selling cookies over the counter, dumbass.