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I came to the conclusion that the stories associated with Christianity were all nonsense at the age of 12. I continued in the Methodist Church for social reasons until the age of 18. I was almost always elected President of the Methodist Youth Fellowship, and I was on the Church board of directors. When I went to college, I had no more motivation to be involved in religion. I met a beautiful highly-motivated atheist woman when I was 22. We had 16 fantastic years together before she passed away. My second wife was not religious when I met her, but we moved from Silicon Valley to Bloomington, IL, home of the megachurches, and she because religious for social reasons. It was a disaster for our marriage. I'm now single again, looking for other like-minded atheists and agnostics.


Should I get a Master's Degree in Business (related material) or with engineering since I got my ...
BD66 comments on Oct 19, 2018:
Depends. If you like to work in the lab and solve technical problems, get a M.S. in engineering, otherwise if you like the business side, get an MBA. You can always work a few years before you make your decision.
A satirical explanation for society's current stupidity... the smarter of us have made it so that ...
BD66 comments on Oct 31, 2018:
Bill Shockley got in big trouble talking about that: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p75JgMhytUg
Gun control and Switzerland. Tell me again why we can't do this here? [youtube.com]
BD66 comments on Dec 10, 2018:
We could save about $600,000,000 per year on defense if we adopted the Swiss practices.
An Interesting News on NPR Zero Carbon Emissions by 2050 Maersk — the world's largest ...
BD66 comments on Jul 16, 2019:
Sails? Nuclear Reactors?
These guys are so sensitive and emotional, which is ironic because they project that on liberals all...
BD66 comments on Jul 3, 2019:
The most scary thing about Ocasio-Cortez is she is the tip of the iceberg. Universities are turning out lefty idiots like her by the millions.
If you are going to date a Christian, are you normally better of with a nondenominational date, ...
BD66 comments on Dec 13, 2017:
I'm about to date someone who grew up Catholic, was raised in a Catholic school, and still attends a Catholic church. I'm hoping that she is just doing this out of habit, and it doesn't mean anything to her, but we'll see. I think someone who makes a conscious decision to attend a nondenominational mega-church where they chant a mantra like "God is good" over an over to electric guitar music will likely be much worse.
Not all churches are racist
BD66 comments on Aug 9, 2019:
Jesus wasn't Christian is taking it a bit too far.
No kidding
BD66 comments on Aug 27, 2019:
The greatest difference between them is their worldview and policies.
Covington Catholic could expel students who taunted Native American man
BD66 comments on Jan 20, 2019:
You should be upset about being deceived (AGAIN) by the leftist media. The kids from the Catholic school were in the middle of a school cheer when Nathan Phillips walked into their midst banging a drum. They were confused and thought the group was joining them. Then Nathan Phillips approached one boy after another banging his drum forcing them to move out of the way. He finally met a boy who would not move, and he stood and banged his drum near the boy's face for 2 minutes hoping to intimidate the boy. When he failed to intimidate the boy or to incite violence, he turned around and left. Nathan Philips has done the same thing on college campuses and he has incited violence in the past. Here's what really happened. Watch the videos and see for yourself. https://twitter.com/aclementswkrc/status/1086822521012473858?s=21=IwAR0FfcYCUNDlqLRIXaBdADgb0UuvaR3sdkTRwcmB_6BjQewr0blGNU1ga5Q
What do my fellow travellors think about this saying? Fools learn from experience; the wise ...
BD66 comments on Apr 2, 2019:
Sounds like a good saying.
Lets just put it out there and own it... Pro-Choice or Anti-Choice
BD66 comments on Feb 8, 2019:
Pro-choice for the first 5 months. After that, when the baby could survive on its own, pro-life.
Midwest farmers going broke at record rates thanks to Trump's trade war | Salon.com
BD66 comments on Feb 14, 2019:
That article is BS. Corn is at a higher price today than it was when Trump took office. They are comparing 2008 (A peak in the commodities bubble) to 2018. https://www.macrotrends.net/2532/corn-prices-historical-chart-data
How will a conservative mind spin this into a positive?
BD66 comments on Jun 19, 2019:
Seems like her family knows a thing or two about transportation!
This shows how stupid he is
BD66 comments on Jul 30, 2019:
GDP per capita in Somalia: 499.82 USD GDP per capita in Kentucky: $41,463
So what do you think? Will the human race make it to the year 2100?
BD66 comments on Mar 16, 2019:
WIth almost 100% certainty.
God does exist . I know that god exists because i know " what " god is . To know what something is ,...
BD66 comments on Feb 9, 2019:
What evidence do you have to support your beliefs that: 1. God does exist. 2. God is real. 3. God is pure energy 4. Religions come from this real energy god.
[usatoday.com] Should President Donald Trump's wife been allowed to work as an undocumented ...
BD66 comments on Feb 17, 2019:
Yes, She has been a US Citizen since 2006, so she should have all the other rights and obligations of other US Citizens.
To the Trump haters (atheist especially): Their calls for impeachment is actually a threat to ...
BD66 comments on May 11, 2018:
Very good point.
My wife is Christian and speaks mostly Spanish. I'd love it if someone who was religious before ...
BD66 comments on Dec 15, 2017:
I've only had 2 years of high school Spanish, but I'd be willing to give it my best shot using Google Translate: https://translate.google.com/?tl=it
It's the repetition of affirmations that leads to belief. And once that belief becomes a deep ...
BD66 comments on Nov 7, 2018:
Same thing holds in religion and politics.
If Sasquatch exists is it a relic of the past or a harbinger of the future
BD66 comments on Feb 17, 2019:
It's a relic of the past. Modern Man lived alongside more primative species of humans for a long time. They made a very strong impression on us.
Years ago I had someone tell me that in socialism, everyone can work really hard and even if I ...
BD66 comments on Jun 8, 2018:
You should have stopped after the first paragraph.
My wife is Christian and speaks mostly Spanish. I'd love it if someone who was religious before ...
BD66 comments on Dec 15, 2017:
I think it could work. If you sent me your email address, and we could do a net meeting with Google Translate on the screen.
Trump says wind power won't work because "it only blows sometimes." [nowthisnews.com] And ...
BD66 comments on Apr 2, 2019:
Trump has identified one of the major downsides to wind power for electricity. Electricity is at peak demand in July and August when it's 100 degrees with not any breeze to cool you off. Everyone is running their air conditioners full blast. Good luck powering all of that with windmills. Windmills are at best a supplement to more reliable forms of energy like coal, oil, natural gas, and nuclear fissile materials. Solar actually makes more sense than wind from that perspective because when it's 100 degrees, the sun is most likely shining brightly.
Of the events that happened back before World War II, even World War I, there was likely just as ...
BD66 comments on Apr 19, 2019:
You should read "Uncle Eric's Books" on history. Lots of interesting stuff you won't find in the history books.
Any other 3rd/4th gen atheists
BD66 comments on Sep 5, 2019:
When my grandfather got out of surgery, he was in a strange state of mind, and started talking about religion. He made statements like: "I suppose one religion is just as good as any other religion" My grandmother did everything she could to shut him up. My Dad never "came out" as an Atheist, but he never went to church, while my mother went and forced me and my mother to go. So it's likely I am a 3rd generation Atheist/Agnostic.
Why are citizens of the US so against socialism when countries like the Netherlands are so ...
BD66 comments on Oct 9, 2017:
The mean GDP per capita is higher in the USA than it is in the Netherlands, and the median GDP per capita is also higher in the USA than it is in the Netherlands, and those numbers are understated. I've been to the Netherlands, and I was instructed to bring back T-shirts for everyone in the family. The cheapest t-shirts I could find were 28 US Dollars. https://www.givingwhatwecan.org/post/2016/05/giving-and-global-inequality/
Spent the day touring Bletchley park and also the National museum of computing, where there is a ...
BD66 comments on Jul 30, 2019:
That's awesome, I'd love to go there. Tommy Flowers built the first programmable computer, but he had to remain quiet about it while people who built computers years later got all the credit. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tommy_Flowers
Okay, who's gonna write the book telling men how to get a little without being accused of sexual ...
BD66 comments on Apr 23, 2019:
Makes me glad I'm 52, and my girlfriend is 49.
Who isn't on medications here?
BD66 comments on Mar 18, 2018:
Just Zyrtec for allergies for me.
This will irritate the capitalists amongst us I bet. Is there another way to respond to the climate ...
BD66 comments on Jun 3, 2019:
Did you read all 179 pages?
[alternet.org] Paul Krugman of NY Times says Trump's reckless tariff war is driving America into ...
BD66 comments on Jun 4, 2019:
Don't get upset about anything Paul Krugman says. He's wrong almost 100% of the time.
Any conspiracy theorists here?
BD66 comments on Oct 17, 2017:
What about the Clinton Body count? https://www.thoughtco.com/the-clinton-body-count-4056792
The Big Bang Theory - just watched a show on the Science Channel "Did the Big Bang Really Happen?" -...
BD66 comments on Jun 1, 2019:
Gater, The evidence for the big bang is overwhelming. This site provides a simple explanation: https://www.bbc.com/bitesize/guides/zg9x3k7/revision/2 If you listen to or read "Astrophysics for People in a Hurry" Neil De Grasse Tyson does a great job explaining it.
Four days of national power blackout in Venezuela. [reuters.com]
BD66 comments on Mar 11, 2019:
Leftist politics fail again, and you see people blaming the USA. Unbelievable!
Would you put this on your vehicle?
BD66 comments on Jul 23, 2018:
I’m thinking about the homeless today. Why does society make life so difficult for some people, ...
BD66 comments on Dec 18, 2018:
There is a pretty good safety net in most Western Developed Market Countries, plus the unemployment rate in the USA is around 3.7%, so anyone capable of working can find a job to pay for some form of roof over his head. The problem is most often mental illness/drug addiction. The USA is a tremendous failure at solving the problem of how to care for those people.
What is your opinion on this story: [npr.org] I have a particularly troubling remark, and I ...
BD66 comments on Oct 13, 2018:
What does this have to do with the Kavanaugh confirmation?
Would Elizabeth Warren's wealth tax proposal tax the wealth of America's super rich pastors like ...
BD66 comments on Sep 5, 2019:
Jesus would have the best reality TV show of all time.
What do you think? I hate all religions but there's one that takes the prize. I drive a school bus ...
BD66 comments on May 29, 2019:
Ramadan gave Myers Leonard a great opportunity to shine. The #1 Center for the Portland Trail Blazers was fasting and in no condition to play an NBA basketball game, so the #2 center Myers Leonard, got the playing time and scored 30 points and grabbed 12 rebounds https://sports.yahoo.com/nba/golden-state-warriors-portland-trail-blazers-2019052022/
Iran is a threat because . . . .
BD66 comments on Jul 8, 2019:
Iran is a theocracy that sponsors terrorism and is developing nuclear weapons. I would think atheists would be opposed to theocracies. I would think atheists would be opposed to terrorism. I would think atheists would be opposed to nuclear weapons. Come on, put your common sense above your hatred of Trump.
I'm not so sure about this one...
BD66 comments on Apr 10, 2019:
Not my type.
Street preaching
BD66 comments on Nov 18, 2017:
That's all part of free speech, and free speech is a very good thing.
Just a comment about believers who post on this site . . . . I just saw a post by one . . . but it ...
BD66 comments on Aug 26, 2019:
You are 100% right.
Anyone else slightly obsessed with documentaries? I watch so many of them, mostly dealing with drug ...
BD66 comments on Oct 8, 2017:
Well made documentaries are so much better than most of the garbage on TV today. I'm a big fan of Ken Burns documentaries, and there are a lot of good documentaries on public TV. I'm also a big fan of documentary movies. Two of my all-time favorites are Hoop Dreams, about two high-school basketball stars in Chicago, and Racing the Rez. about two different high schools on Indian reservations in Arizona, that dominate cross-country running in the state of Arizona.
2? Believe it. One reason why I don't drive anymore. How many of these cities have you driven in? 7 ...
BD66 comments on Mar 22, 2019:
I've driven in about all of them, and I think the list is totally wrong. LA drivers are pretty considerate, the problem is there are just too many of them. Boston belongs near the top, and it's not even on the list. Chicago drivers suck too.
Trump Keeps Being Racist To Native Americans And Getting Away With It
BD66 comments on Aug 28, 2019:
He's not being racist to Native Americans. He is calling out Elizabeth Warren on her fraudulent claims. Native Americans should be outraged at her, not Trump.
Check the date! [twitter.com]
BD66 comments on Mar 11, 2019:
Bernie has been crying "The sky is falling!" for 30 years, and the sky is just fine.
signs that the french yellow vest demonstrators were holding really nailed what is the main cause of...
BD66 comments on Feb 18, 2019:
The anger is misplaced. The main problem for people making $30000/yr are the billions of people making less than $30000/yr would would be incredibly happy to have that $30000/yr job.
Most political punditry is saying Trump will likely win reelection in 2020. Here is the argument ...
BD66 comments on Apr 25, 2019:
That's a pretty honest assessment of where things stand right now.
There is no end to AOC’s talents and efforts! Victory to victory! Now she finds how to pay for ...
BD66 comments on Jun 3, 2019:
Is she that popular north of the border? You Canadians are welcome to have her.
What nerdy activities do you enjoy? (gaming, cosplay, sci-fi)
BD66 comments on Oct 8, 2017:
Playing video games with my 11 year old son.
Watching the academy awards tonight and amy noticing the distinct change in color it gives me hope ...
BD66 comments on Mar 5, 2018:
I couldn't stand all the grandstanding on political and social issues. If I want that, I will watch Fox News or MSNBC.
What's the last good book you've read? Why?
BD66 comments on Oct 8, 2017:
The Kid: The Immortal Life of Ted Williams. Ted Williams was a childhood hero of my father. My father passed away, and reading the book reminded me of a lot of the stories my father had told me about him. Also, Ted's mother was a hardcore bible thumper, and Ted was an atheist. That's right, the best hitter who ever lived didn't believe in God.
What Orca Whales may have to listen to
BD66 comments on Mar 11, 2019:
He's comparing apples to oranges. Decibels in water are different than Decibels in air.
Losing Faith: Why South Carolina is abandoning its churches: At least 97 Protestant churches ...
BD66 comments on Aug 14, 2018:
Are they switching from tiny churches to megachurches? That's what is going on her in Bloomington, IL. The little churches are closing down, but people go to churches with 200 to 300 seats, high tech sound systems and light systems etc.
And I'm sure he would have loved Hitler and Stalin.
BD66 comments on Jul 28, 2019:
Trump doesn't do a deep humiliating bow to the Saudis:
Hey everyone! I’m brand new to this site/app and curious how many out there have a background ...
BD66 comments on Nov 27, 2018:
Welcome Scott. I had enough science background to realize that most Old Testament stories had to be nonsense. For example the Universe was created in 13,000,000,000 years, not 6 days.
Alien news: Belief in ET will soon replace faith in GOD - shock claim [express.co.uk]
BD66 comments on Jun 5, 2019:
The probability of Extraterrestrial life is almost 100% The probability of a Judeo-Christian God is almost 0%.
Why conservatives are more susceptible to believing in lies.
BD66 comments on Feb 12, 2018:
I think both liberals and conservatives are highly susceptible to believing lies: https://i.pinimg.com/474x/7a/f8/7c/7af87cdcb301b9157861da6f5def52ee--economics-humor-taxes-humor.jpg
Yo, who else loves mexican food?
BD66 comments on Oct 8, 2017:
I do. I lived in Santa Barbara, CA for 6 years. That's when I was first exposed to high-quality authentic Mexican food.
I am just curious are there many followers of Bill Maher on here, and is he a leader in his thinking...
BD66 comments on Sep 30, 2019:
Bill is a bright, funny guy, and he had a good show. I find no reason to "follow" him though.
Are we alone in the universe?
BD66 comments on Oct 8, 2017:
Most likely not. There are almost 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 stars out there. If one in a trillion of them supported life, that means there would be life on a trillion other planets. The spacing of planets around the sun is almost in proportion to a fibonacci sequence. It's likely that that is the case in other solar systems too. That means a significant fraction of solar systems will have a planet at the "sweet spot" between freezing and boiling which would support life as we know it. Plus the fossil data shows that life sprung up pretty quickly on earth. We should expect the same on many other solar systems.
I was 11 or 12 and was re-reading the Genesis story of creation when I suddenly had a flash insight ...
BD66 comments on Oct 17, 2017:
Same as me. 12 years old. I think at that point you have had enough science education that you can recognize that the majority of what's in Genesis is crazy.
Lack of STEM and the downfall of American dominance...
BD66 comments on Oct 8, 2017:
As long as we maintain our freedoms guaranteed by the Bill of Rights, and the government doesn't spend us into a sovereign debt default, the USA will still be an attractive place for immigrants trained in STEM.
There's a protest today near me against the bombing of Syria by the British government. I planned on...
BD66 comments on Apr 16, 2018:
Syria is so complicated, it's difficult to tell who are the good guys and who are the bad guys.
Is the US about to invade Venezuela?
BD66 comments on Jan 25, 2019:
I'd say less than 5% chance Trump invades Venezuela. There's no reason to waste billions nation building there.
It didn't start with immediately killing the sick, the weak children, the mentally ill, and the ...
BD66 comments on Mar 5, 2019:
It actually started with the Reichstag being set on fire on On Feb. 27, 1933. Once the houses of Congress are set on fire, you have my attention, otherwise these memes are silly: https://learning.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/02/27/feb-27-1933-germanys-reichstag-building-set-on-fire/
New scent in town....
BD66 comments on Oct 19, 2019:
What is the link between Ivanka and genocide?
“The U.S. is running short of people who can tell the forest from the trees.” So says a recent ...
BD66 comments on Jun 11, 2019:
I suffer from plant blindness.
How old were you when you had your first crush?
BD66 comments on Feb 7, 2019:
Why are Christian movies so, so, so terrible? Even the trailers are terrible. [youtube.com] This ...
BD66 comments on Jul 8, 2019:
They are usually low-budget. The movies like Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ" are much better but those are rare. Back in the 50's, a large portion of the major epic movies were religious.
Hello Everyone I am new here but just wanted to say hello. Just curious to if there's any gamers in ...
BD66 comments on Sep 19, 2018:
Plants vs. Zombies II for me.
Train carrying oil from Alberta derails in Iowa, causing massive spill
BD66 comments on Jun 25, 2018:
That's why we need pipelines.
I need a cheap prepaid cell phone. I don't want a plan. Does anybody have a suggestion?
BD66 comments on Sep 13, 2018:
AT&T Go Phone worked well for me for many years.
I wonder how those people who voted for brexit feel now.
BD66 comments on Oct 7, 2019:
It would be impossible to come up with a precise number like that.
America was great but is a return to the conditions that made it great even possible now? ...
BD66 comments on Jan 23, 2019:
After WWII, we had the majority of the world's capital and the majority of the world's industrial infrastructure. Blue collar workers in the USA had a much higher standard of living than white collar workers in every other country of the world. Then we taxed American individuals and corporations at extremely high rates, took that money and gave it to other countries to build up their industrial infrastructure. There is no way to turn back the clock and put ourselves in the position we were in from 1945 to 1965.
How much faith do you have in a Trump era NOAA (National Weather Service and/or National Hurricane ...
BD66 comments on Sep 2, 2019:
NOAA is all about using supercomputers to predict weather the next 16 days out. They have the same staff. They have the same computer programs. Trump is dismantling the modeling of climate 50 years out.
Misogyny and Agnostic.com
BD66 comments on May 14, 2018:
I haven't noticed. Perhaps you could cut and paste a few examples.
For 2nd amendment avid supporters: you need to learn to argue with better and reasonable points....
BD66 comments on Mar 23, 2019:
1: it’s in the 2nd amendment. (Sure as part of the militia to defend the state. Please join the Reserve. Amendments can be removed too. Be careful to use that one). >> The text of the 2nd amendment is 100% clear. "Shall not be infringed" has no ambiguity. >> "Amendments can be removed too". You are 100% correct here. If you don't like the "Shall not be infringed" text of the 2nd amendment, then attempt to repeal the 2nd amendment. 2: I must defend myself against my own government (laughable. I’ll buy you your AR15 and I bet only 2000:1 the government’s drone wins.) >> Governments overreach their power all the time. Including the US government. Just google "Branch Davidians" and "Cliven Bundy standoff". Whenever the government overreaches their power and a large group of citizens stand up to them, the government has a choice, they either overpower the armed citizens like they did in Waco, TX, or they back down, like they did at Cliven Bundy's ranch. If they kill the citizens, like they did the Branch Dividians, the majority of US citizens see their actions as wrong. If they back down, they are humiliated, and learn not to overreach their power. If the citizens did not have the right to arm themselves, there would be no such check on the government's power to bully citizens through force. 3: guns don’t kill people. People kill people. (Very true. Unlike a rock, a knife, and a hammer, a gun is specifically designed to kill. There is a significant difference for its intended purpose. To hit a nail or to willfully kill.) >> They make a valid point. You make a valid point. 4: an AR15 is not an assault weapon. (Picking myself up from the floor. I grab a woman by the p45ssy and I get charged with sexual assault. I hit someone with a hammer, I get charged with assault. I may use aggressive language as a keyboard warrior, someone commits suicide, and I get charged with assault. But when it comes to a gun, all of a sudden, it’s not assault? That is nucking futs.) >> If politicians would respect "Shall not be infringed" this would be an unnecessary argument. 5: arm teachers (the dumbest of all imnsho. Okay let’s do that. All teachers are now armed. School shooters ain’t no dummies. So they go to other high density areas like train stations -> arm all transportation personnel; hospitals -> arm all health care personnel; stadiums -> allow all supporters to bring their guns etc. the Wild West reborn). >> Archie Bunker had this solution 45 years ago. > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-lDb0Dn8OXE
How do you respond to the “what church do you go to”? Question? Just out of curiosity.
BD66 comments on Sep 6, 2018:
Should starting every second sentence with the word "So" automatically attract a death sentence?
BD66 comments on Oct 13, 2018:
Why we miss him
BD66 comments on Aug 7, 2019:
Obama again proves himself to be completely full of shit. Read the third sentence, then compare the murder rates of other countries around the world with the murder rates of the USA. El Salvador 61.8 Jamaica 57 Venezuala 56.33 USA 5.30 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_intentional_homicide_rate
Oil prices just jumped 19% because of the attack on the Saudi oil refinery. An other excuse to milk ...
BD66 comments on Sep 16, 2019:
It's just supply and demand. No conspiracy to worry about. Prices will come back down soon.
Just started a new group for sushi lovers. Come share pictures and talk about sushi! ...
BD66 comments on Sep 14, 2018:
Will people who don't like sushi show up to argue with us, then we can block them and report them to the level 8 and level 9 people?
So what is your most hated song of alltime? The one that you have heard so many times that you just ...
BD66 comments on May 27, 2018:
Rock Lobster. A fraternity at the University of Illinois used to torture their initiates by making them listen to that song cranked full blast all day long.
I'm not a Biden fan, but if I were his campaign manager I would put him in a coma until next ...
BD66 comments on Jun 30, 2019:
Think what would happen if he became President.
BD66 comments on May 22, 2018:
It's all about brainwashing them early so they will be big-government progressives when they hit 18.
How do you increase your level? I am not sure i understand the rules on here yet. Just joined ...
BD66 comments on Aug 28, 2018:
Just keep posting, liking, and commenting.
I always tell new hires, don't think of me as your boss ,think of me as a friend who can fire you
BD66 comments on Feb 1, 2019:
I was a manager in California for 10 years, and I know you're bluffing. ;-) It's really really hard to fire someone in California.
Congressional Republicans seem to have a death wish. They are only interested in holding on to ...
BD66 comments on Jun 18, 2019:
Let's be realistic. The Democrats control the House. The Republicans control the Senate. The two parties are now so diametrically opposed on so many issues that very little legislation will ever appear on Trump's desk to be signed into law.
As a child, I really enjoyed church, Sunday school, and Vacation Bible School--the dressing up, the ...
BD66 comments on Aug 27, 2019:
I hated Church I hated Sunday School I never had vacation Bible school after age 4. I did enjoy Methodist Youth Fellowship, and I was always elected President of the group even though I never believed the religious BS. Most of my best friends were in the group. Most of the pretty girls in my school were in the group. We took Canoe Trips, went to the Michigan Coast, went to the Ozarks. Lots of fun, it would have been even better if we didn't have to mix in the religion.
Are the Russians on Agnostic.com? I feel pretty confident that the Russians have not yet ...
BD66 comments on Feb 22, 2018:
After the Communists dominated Russia from 1917 through 1989, there should be a lot of Russian atheists and agonstics. We should welcome them.
One person here disputed that the USA had an empire. What do you think? [democracynow.org]
BD66 comments on Mar 11, 2019:
An empire uses its military power to exploit other countries economically. The Roman Empire and the British Empire are the best examples. The USA is more of a world policeman. We're focused on maintaining order worldwide at a great cost to US taxpayers, and we are not benefiting economically.
A lot has changed in 20 years.
BD66 comments on Jun 24, 2019:
Here is a full list of women who claimed Bill Clinton sexually assaulted them. Remember, Clinton was impeached for perjury, not for the alleged assults: Plus, go back to 1998, every time the heat would go up on Clinton for his sexual encounters with Lewinsky in the Oval office, his perjury, etc. He actually would launch cruise missiles unprovoked into countries like Afganistan Somalia etc. Trump "considered" a missile strike on Iran after they shot down one of our drones. Tr While it bears repeating that he has never been convicted, here is a complete listing of the 12 women reported to have accused Bill Clinton of sexual misconduct. 1. Eileen Wellstone (1969) Allegation: Sexual assault An article published on a site called Capitol Hill Blue in 1999 asserted that "Eileen Wellstone, 19-year-old English woman, said Clinton sexually assaulted her after she met him at a pub near the Oxford where the future President was a student in 1969. A retired State Department employee, who asked not to be identified, confirmed that he spoke with the family of the girl and filed a report with his superiors. Clinton admitted having sex with the girl, but claimed it was consensual. The victim’s family declined to pursue the case." While these allegations have never been proven and no woman has come forward to claim the story as her own, no sources have been able to reliably go so far as to claim the story is false, and Snopes only notes it as "unproven." 2. Anonymous female student at Yale University (1972) Allegation: Sexual assault The same article on Capitol Hill Blue further alleges that "a 22-year-old woman told campus police at Yale University that she was sexually assaulted by Clinton, a law student at the college. No charges were filed, but retired campus policemen contacted by Capitol Hill Blue confirmed the incident. The woman, tracked down by Capitol Hill Blue last week, confirmed the incident, but declined to discuss it further and would not give permission to use her name." 3. Anonymous female student at the University of Arkansas (1974) Allegation: Sexual assault Again from Capitol Hill Blue: "A female student at the University of Arkansas complained that then-law school instructor Bill Clinton tried to prevent her from leaving his office during a conference. She said he groped her and forced his hand inside her blouse. She complained to her faculty advisor who confronted Clinton, but Clinton claimed the student ''came on'' to him. The student left the school shortly after the incident. Reached at her home in Texas, the former student confirmed the incident, but declined to go on the record with her account. Several former students at the University have confirmed the incident in confidential interviews and ...
Well, that happened...
BD66 comments on Sep 30, 2019:
Sounds like a Bill Burr comedy routine. :-)
If having a sex before marriage is a sin in the eyes of the Lord, why must that child who came out ...
BD66 comments on Aug 22, 2019:
Congratulations! You have identified another religious paradox! I have never heard that one before.
Shiny, Captain.
BD66 comments on Jul 7, 2019:
Trump is 73 years old. "Seaport" came out "Airport" You will do the same thing when you are 73 too. It's not like he talked about "visiting 57 states" when he was 47 years old. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AmP0yYBOc5w
According to CNN, 7 independent investigative studies undertaken within the last two years, have ...
BD66 comments on Jan 10, 2019:
CNN also reported the Space Shuttle was traveling 18 times the speed of light: and that a Black Hole may have been responsible for the missing Malaysian Jet: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZpVd7k1Uw6A You might be better off getting scientific opinion from the National Enquirer
Republicans resist plan to rename Senate building for McCain Can you believe this stupid stunt? ...
BD66 comments on Aug 28, 2018:
Why give that honor to McCain? He isn't even one of the 25 longest serving Senators: https://www.senate.gov/senators/longest_serving_senators.htm


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