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Old May 22nd, 2009, 10:12 AM   #161
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Whiterhino - you're waisting your time with this guy - He won't bother to study . . . . I allready asked him to and he said he does have the time . . . . however he has the time to respond to this post 32 times


Now how is the "Simpleton"?
Learn how to spell so we can somewhat understand your stuttering
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Old May 22nd, 2009, 10:17 AM   #162
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You are such an ass. You have no idea who I am, my religion (or lack of) my education, background or anything else but yet you choose to start making durogatory comments right from the get go when all I did was answer your question.

No, the book is not an autobiography of the founding fathers, just some excerpts. However, I would suspect if you were to go into detail studying these same people, any documentation you would find would parallel the quotes. You asked a question but refuse to even consider that it may have some enlightening information for you. You also choose to tell me that I have interpreted what is written there. Sorry, but that's not what I said.

You have an aggression towards anyone who is not 100% on board with your opinion even though you don't know what their opinion is.

Carry on, Rosie out.
Well, being right really is a huge contributor to my point of view No amount of studying a dead man will tell you what was in his heart, but as I said in an earlier post, as far as religion goes, you're either the manipulator who doesn't believe, yet uses it as a tool, or you're the manipulated who swallows it whole. I'm suspecting forefathers would have been the former
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Old May 22nd, 2009, 10:22 AM   #163
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Misspelled two whole words. WOW.
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Old May 22nd, 2009, 10:24 AM   #164
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Well, being right really is a huge contributor to my point of view No amount of studying a dead man will tell you what was in his heart, but as I said in an earlier post, as far as religion goes, you're either the manipulator who doesn't believe, yet uses it as a tool, or you're the manipulated who swallows it whole. I'm suspecting forefathers would have been the former
Do you have any idea how many letters that "dead man" wrote?

Now one thing you wrote I happen to agree with, "Religion is a tool to control masses". But your opinion on the thoughts of the founding fathers is wrong.

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Old May 22nd, 2009, 10:39 AM   #165
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Misspelled two whole words. WOW.
Actually three, with an impressive run on sentence. Apparently you dropped out with him
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Old May 22nd, 2009, 10:40 AM   #166
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Do you have any idea how many letters that "dead man" wrote?

Now one thing you wrote I happen to agree with, "Religion is a tool to control masses". But your opinion on the thoughts of the founding fathers is wrong.
I'm not even really expressing an opinion on the thoughts of the founding fathers, I'm just saying that no one can claim to know what was truly in their hearts.
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Old May 22nd, 2009, 10:46 AM   #167
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I'm pretty sure I don't like escargo.
It matters how it's cooked...like scallops, if you cook them too long or not long enough they are slimy and/or tough. I've had really bad escargot and great escargot. The nice thing is that you can just go try some. You don't have to trust a 2,000 year-old book.
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Old May 22nd, 2009, 10:53 AM   #168
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I'm not even really expressing an opinion on the thoughts of the founding fathers, I'm just saying that no one can claim to know what was truly in their hearts.
For a non religious person, I'm surprised you use the phrase "what was truly in their hearts" for that is most commonly considered to be a person with a sole. For a non religious person, the only thing in their heart is blood.
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Old May 22nd, 2009, 11:01 AM   #169
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For a non religious person, I'm surprised you use the phrase "what was truly in their hearts" for that is most commonly considered to be a person with a sole. For a non religious person, the only thing in their heart is blood.
Those of us who are open minded, (non christian) We can simply call things like we see them, instead of second guessing if we're going to contradict jesus with our opinions. I can be all sorts of compassionate without religion, and "in your heart" could be replaced with "in your consious"
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Old May 22nd, 2009, 11:09 AM   #170
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Learn how to spell so we can somewhat understand your stuttering
Once again, you're pointing the finger and missing the point.








You are a waist of time to try to talk to.
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I just go by logic and common sense. Both tell me that there are hundreds, if not thousands, of ancient documentation which points all the events on Earth and all of the tangable substances on Earth to be made by a God or a group of Gods. None of these documents mesh with eachother and none stand out to be "the right one", so I find it hard to believe that the ancient book you worship is correct, but the ancient documentations others worship are false. You believe in Jesus and think that someone who believes in another religion, perhaps older than yours, is not correct even though they are basing it on the same type of information you base yours on.

I also use history as a teacher. In the Era of the Greek Gods there were Gods for wind, Fire, sickness, and everything else under the sun. As science has been pushed forward with the advances of technology, these Gods were proven to be mythical figures. I think this will continue to happen and eventually the though of any God will be nothing but a fairytale.
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Old May 22nd, 2009, 11:11 AM   #172
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Once again, you're pointing the finger and missing the point.








You are a waist of time to try to talk to.
LMAO, good, stick with the kindergartners for awhile, learn how to spell, and come on back
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Old May 22nd, 2009, 11:14 AM   #173
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I'm not even really expressing an opinion on the thoughts of the founding fathers, I'm just saying that no one can claim to know what was truly in their hearts.

Not true. . . . . . Don't we know what's in your heart / who you are by the words you are saying? Hmmm -
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Old May 22nd, 2009, 11:14 AM   #174
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LMAO, good, stick with the kindergartners for awhile, learn how to spell, and come on back
And again - and again and again and again & again
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Old May 22nd, 2009, 11:15 AM   #175
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Not true. . . . . . Don't we know what's in your heart / who you are by the words you are saying? Hmmm -
Of course not. Everybody edits themselves 99% of the time. You can smile at a fat hog and be polite and still consider them a fat hog the whole time.
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Old May 22nd, 2009, 11:19 AM   #176
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Of course not. Everybody edits themselves 99% of the time. You can smile at a fat hog and be polite and still consider them a fat hog the whole time.
This would depend on what is being said as well as the context. You seem to take neither into account here.
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Actually three, with an impressive run on sentence. Apparently you dropped out with him
Now you've done it.
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Old May 22nd, 2009, 12:01 PM   #178
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Old May 22nd, 2009, 12:04 PM   #179
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Humans have tailbones, rarely some are born with tails. God must be a fuck-up eh?
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