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What exactly do ppl mean when they say that they r spiritual but not religious.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2018:
The way the sort of people who say that define spirituality usually means I don't want to go to church but I will consider Hogwarts
When someone says" well it was ment to be" or it was gods will. What is your reply?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2018:
"Yeah gods a right cunt aint he" usually brings an end to the conversation
Cassette tapes had side A - side B, so isn't only logical that their successor is the CD ???
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2018:
clever
Is there anyone here that values the teachings of the bible, but rejects it's supernatural elements?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2018:
That which is good in the bible is not original, and that which is original is most certainly not good. So NO.
These Sumerian Clay Tablets Reveal the BIGGEST Secrets of the Solar System - YouTube
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2018:
I believe there is a rule against cross posting, this has shown up in my notifications three time.
These Sumerian Clay Tablets Reveal the BIGGEST Secrets of the Solar System - YouTube
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2018:
cross posting
These Sumerian Clay Tablets Reveal the BIGGEST Secrets of the Solar System - YouTube
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2018:
6 minutes in and he starts praising Zacariah Stichin Nooooooo thank you Dr, Stichin (doctor of economics, not history, not archaeology not anything relevant to his claims) is a notorious Pseudo Scientist, fraud and charlatan, who has been peddling this unsupported and debunked twaddle for years so as far as I am concerned that is as much time as I am willing to waste on this rubbish.
I don't want to see it
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2018:
There are a number of posts on this in the senate
Oh those Christ like Christians. 15th. century hand crushing machine.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2018:
Literally nauseating
My contribution today is not so much an unusual word as it is a usage note.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2018:
A Cynic is what an idealist calls a realist.
How did you you come out as a skeptic if you had a religious family?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2018:
My Mother had already been leading pray circles for my soul when I joined the LDS, I think after that coming out as an atheist was a relief to her. However since she was of the ilk who don't believe there is any such thing as an atheist and that it is all just "showing off" she died convinced I would grow up and stop all the nonsense one day. My Father just sighed and told me I was too clever for my own good.
@Admin a friend just told me about a fella she thought could be a scammer - but she couldn't block ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2018:
I just tried it to, blocking him (and others) and doing so only prevents me from viewing their posts and comments and presumably the same for them, it does not however block me getting in to their profile page or sending them messages, so again presumably this is the same for them. I believe you have a serious glitch here that needs addressing immediately.
Can you identify that movie- Part 7?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2018:
Named after the Winchester Club in the TV series Minder? But more likely as a tribute to the antique gun used by Duane Jones in Night of the Living Dead and David Emge in Dawn of the Dead (I believe it belonged to George A. Romero and was used to save money)
Does anyone watch the British TV show QI?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 29, 2018:
Love QI I've watched since episode one.
extirpate: to remove or destroy totally; do away with; exterminate.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 29, 2018:
The persecution of the Cathar Gnostic cult (the Albigensian heresy as you said) by the Roman Catholic church was the first papal Extirpation order and along with that of the Anabaptist lead to the formation of the Inquisition.
Name your favorite?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 29, 2018:
Ace of Wands A great horror kids show, unfortunate all but a few episodes of series three are lost.
Life is much easier to living without hell or a god
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 29, 2018:
The light of reason shines brighter and clearer than the faux light of "Faith"
Since the Jonny Lee Miller Sherlock Holmes is on Hulu now I've been revisiting media influences on ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 29, 2018:
I'm a big Sherlock Holmes fan, I make a point of reading The Hound of the Baskervilles at least once a year, as it is probably **the** definitive Gothic thriller and archetype detective novel. Elementary was a good series and would probably have fared better had it not been released along side Sherlock, the comparison was inevitable and against Benedict Cucumberpatch he was not going to win out. The stories are great and using Gregson as the main foil especially as played by Aidan Quinn is a good choice. Lucy Liu is remarkable as Watson, her take on the character is spot on (Watson was suffering PTSD in the original books, though of course that was not the term for it at the time), her guilt ridden stress captures this perfectly. Though James Mason is still my favourite Watson Liu's version certainly ranks in my top five. It is ironic that the beloved flaws (drug addiction, antisocial behaviour, arrogance) of Holmes were written in to the stories by Doyle in order to kill the popularity of the character, as Doyle saw him and the demand for stories about as a distraction from his serious works. It backfired and the trope of the flawed superman was born, had he left Holmes as the near perfect mental and physical specimen of A Study in Scarlett the readership would soon of grown bored of him. This is what has made him a major influence on society, media and individuals for over a century now.
PERNICIOUS: per-ni-cious.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 29, 2018:
Nice spiteful / cunning word
@Admin: I may be in the minority here, but I DO NOT like the look of the new profile page.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 29, 2018:
Each to there own, I like it but I can also empathise with with the points you make.
Fuck you, Marie Osmond. [friendlyatheist.patheos.com]
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 29, 2018:
"because we are weak individually but we are strong as we are united" the literal original definition of fascism
Global warming ???
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 29, 2018:
Ah the 60's
Paddy is in a London bar, the week before Xmas, looking really down, the barman asks, "why so glum ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 29, 2018:
Hmmmmmmm
Prelapsarian (adjective) occurring before the Fall of man; related to innocent or carefree ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 29, 2018:
It is like that other bogus theological "historical" term ANTEDILUVIAN having occurred before the time of Noah's flood.
SPOILERS S11 E4 - Arachnids in the UK Discussion post.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 29, 2018:
This was a fun episode, a little disappointed that there was no mention of Metebelis III but then when we got giant Wasps there was no call back to the ark in space either.
Interesting new layout for our profile pages. Nice!
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 29, 2018:
like it
Strong Women Never Give Up
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 28, 2018:
Adapt "women" to "people" and I agree totally.
The Sumerian writings talk about the Anunnaki taking their dna and mixing it with the dna of the ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 27, 2018:
I find Exogenesis an interesting idea that at the present is no more than a hypothesis, unfortunately a lot of quacks and followers of the con man von Däniken have dragged the whole concept in to disrepute by passing of fantasy and speculation as evidence. There are circumstantial reason to keep exploring the idea and perhaps one day there will be some proof of the engineering of our ancestors genetics by persons unknown, but for now it is as unlikely as creationism.
Grandma Crocheted ?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 27, 2018:
Whoops
Here's a word came up in the book I'm reading: passel: a group or lot of indeterminate number ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 27, 2018:
This one of those odd circumstances where a word actually reversed it's original meaning Both Passel and Parcel come from the Latin root particella meaning a small part of a larger whole. Parcel in time came to mean a small gift, where as Passel came to mean a large number making up a greater whole, especially in the military a Passel of soldiers can be anything from a platoon to a legion bound together in a common cause.
HYPERBOLE: hy-per-bo-le.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 27, 2018:
The original Greek words are a sporting term Hyper Bola means to throw above or beyond In time a hyper bola story was an exaggerated account of athletic prowess, and soon became a common term for any kind of boasting. The Greek word for excess is ypervasi the root of our word pervasive
Have you ever noticed that the word nun is just the letter “n” doing a cartwheel?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 27, 2018:
U nu it is
Someone was talking about the movie 13 Ghosts a while ago.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 27, 2018:
I love William Castle movies, forgotten genius ideas man and cinema innovator, perhaps a director out of his time. Mr Sardonicus is still one of the creepiest original Gothic horrors not to be based on a classic, The house on Haunted Hill is fantastic held back only by budget, Homicidal is WAY ahead of its time to name but a few. I love 13 Ghost if only for Margaret Hamilton out classing everyone else on screen.
Perfect movie for this time of year.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 27, 2018:
One of my wife's favourite films
Groucho Marx
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 27, 2018:
My favourite Groucho quote is when he was turned down for membership of a prestigious gentleman's club ( after discovering Jewish people were forbidden there ), he wrote back feigning ignorance saying "I like to with draw my application, I've decided I would never join any club that would have me as a member."
Has anyone seen this?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 27, 2018:
Saw it yesterday, really enjoyed, great new take on the franchise.
Assuming everybody here r atheists, do we all genuinely want to see our country as an atheist nation...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 27, 2018:
In any country the strict application of the separation of church and state by force of law. If religion is kept in the home home and the holy place fine. Keep it out of school totally Keep it out of government utterly Keep it off the streets Recognise it as a business and make it pay taxes and be subject to the same legal requirements of all other business (Conformity to sex discrimination, age and race discrimination legislation for example and physical assault of infants ) Make proselyting to anyone under the age of majority illegal. that would be acceptable to begin with.
So tell me, what does it mean to be an Existentialist?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 27, 2018:
to chose to be free to chose
Any Sam Harris fans here?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 27, 2018:
Not a fan as such but I do read his books with an open mind.
So tell me, what does it mean to be an Existentialist?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 27, 2018:
To choose to be in disagreement with Predeterminism
Due to a power outage, only one paramedic responded to the call.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 26, 2018:
Reminds of of a young child on a bus starring at a pregnant woman. "Why are you so fat?" asks the little girl, despite her mother hushing her and apologising "That's alright," says the pregnant lady. Looking down at the little girl she smiles and explains "This is my new baby and I love him." After a moments thought, the child screams "If you love him so much why did you eat him?"
Nuns are soooooo
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 26, 2018:
Why are they called nuns? aint had nun Aint seen nun aint touched nun and dressed like that Aint gonna get nun Masters of menace 1990
This excerpt caught my eye from so many reasons.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 26, 2018:
My son at the age of about six asked me one day why his best friend Manesha had brown skin, he said he had asked her and she did not know, I simply said lots of different people have different colour skin depending on what part of the world their ancestors came from and how they had adapted to live in the hot or the cold. He shrugged, said it made sense and never asked again. I grant you my son may be the exception, this is the same kid who was asking me if the amount the water went up in bath when he got in was the same as the space he took up when he was four, and told me he was an atheist at eight, because god was another made up thing like santa and the tooth fairy to bribe people in to behaving in a certain way.
The U.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 25, 2018:
genuinely communicating with any god, or licking their own arse cheeks
Food for thought.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 25, 2018:
Joseph Goebbels the doctrine of the big lie, extrapolated from Chapter 10 of Mein Kampf: by Adolf Hitler
Judge Dismisses Christian Lawsuit Against TX Library’s “Drag Queen Story Hour” | Hemant Mehta ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 25, 2018:
Has no one ever prosecuted this brain dead moron with a suit of frivolous litigation?
Hi everyone.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 25, 2018:
Of course and since Philosophy actually means the love of wisdom/learning, by coming here you have already demonstrate a pre-existing desire for philosophy
Who can watch Twilight after this?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 25, 2018:
[last lines] Grandpa: One thing about living in Santa Carla I never could stomach; all the damn vampires.
Daniel Day-Lewis is my all-time favorite actor, these are my two favorites of his.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 25, 2018:
"he suffers from depression" a surprising number of excellent performers do too.
A good thought for the day
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 25, 2018:
Arguing with a religious person is like trying to play chess with a chicken. It will kick over the pieces, shit on the board and then strut around as if it has won anyway.
As a survivor of multiple traumas, MeToo is profoundly important to me.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 25, 2018:
Upholding the principle of innocent until proven guilty is a slap in the face to no one, it is the very foundation of a just and fair legal system. Trial by media is an affront to civilisation which ever direction it leans and is basically mob rule. A false accuser is a guilt of injustice as a perpetrator, this why we have laws in the west that apply regardless of gender, age, religion or race (granted more so in one country than another) If anyone demands justice and is told they are just whining, that accuser is the one in the wrong not the law and not the person demanding fair treatment by it.
[youtube.] The Labour party got my attention and Corbyn gets a thumbs up from me.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 25, 2018:
Though I loath Trump, he at least has been the first western politician to stand up and say, we cannot afford to upset the Saudis they have too much oil and money to make it viable for a capitalist nation and economy to do ought else. It is honesty, vile and amoral but honesty none the less. It is a macroscopic version of the axiomatic pragmatic truth all working class and lower class people have known for centuries. "The rich can do what the fuck they like, it is the poor who must be kept in order, because their are more of them." I I have said on this site many times, there is no objective morality, circumstance and expediency dictate morality "There is no moral certitude that is no up for sale if the price is right." Perhaps I should name this Khashoggi's law.
America Back to What?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 25, 2018:
Yup Bubba, gud ole whyt Amirkin Old tesament crustyanne valoos
I found this interesting: Fan theories that make you see movies differently [looper.com]
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 24, 2018:
There are lots of these, I have even come up with a few myself. eg Glinda is actually the wicked witch and Dorothy is her unwitting assassine, ridding the world of the othe witches and the Wizard so she can rule unopposed. There is no Pennywise in Derry, he is the imaginary figure the losers club blame their bully and vengeful child murdering on, the story of them returning to Derry 27 years later is because Mike Halloran is threatening to expose them all in a book. IT is actually who dun it? George Weasley in Harry Potter is actually young Willy Wonka mad after the death of his brother he is torturing unworthy muggle children with magical candy. The whole of the Cornetto trilogy is in Gary King's head, except for the first 20 minutes of The worlds End, after he breaks out of the asylum, but after being beaten up in the toilets and deserted by his friends he goes back in to the fantasy world of the two previous films were he is a heroic zombie killer and a super cop and finally the saviour of the world. James Bond is a Time Lord, who every few years regenerates in to a new unstoppable Super Spy, the real Bond died in the late 1950s.
Most artwork between 1AD until say 1900 is heavily influenced with religious themes.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 24, 2018:
None of these, artists need to be commisioned, the churches had lots of money and benefactors. This is why in art history tricks, jokes and blasphemies are sneaked in to so many religious works of art, Da Vinci and Michelangelo were particularly notorious for doing this.
Donald Trump used a word he's 'not supposed to.' Here's why. - CNNPolitics
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 24, 2018:
The fucking idiot does not know the difference between a nationalist and a patriot. The depths of this man's ignorance never ceases to surprise me. Just when I think he cannot be any more stupid, he takes another step in to the pit of ignorance.
Is Voodoo real or a bunch of crap???
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 24, 2018:
The correct term is a Ouija Board or spirit board, it is nothing to do with Voodoo, which is a religion like any other and like all other religion relies on trickery, psychology, fear and superstition but this case with a dash of pharmacy made from naturally occurring hallucinogenic plants thrown for good measure. Ouija was invented by Hasbro Gaming in 1890 as a game (it even came with rules and you could win a game of ouija) by their founder Elijah Bond, though so called talking boards and prophesy board had existed since the 12th century. The idea of using them to contact the dead was a later addition and only became popular during world war 1. It was when a Ouija board was used in the film the exorcist in 1973 that this use became popular as the sole use for the boards. They basically induce fear and expectation and get "messages" from the sub conscious minds of the players. Which is why they some times seem true. Most countries have their own variation on this meant to frighten children in Japan for instance it is called a Kokkuri san cloth, meant to summon a fox spirit to pass messages from the other side.
SLEEKIT.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 24, 2018:
Nice sound a cunning and weasley word
“A preoccupation with the next world clearly shows an inability to cope credibly with this one.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 24, 2018:
"Them as starts worrying about the next world, makes a bloody nuisance of themselves in this one" Frank Harvey "Heaven's above" 1963
Okay everyone, this is a heavy topic I have asked about before but has anyone here had any first ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 24, 2018:
Yes, though because of it's sheer size and wealth the LDS is no considered by many a cult anymore, it still is a very dangerous sexist, racist, homophobic cult, it ruins lives, breaks up families, takes huge amounts of money from even the poorest of peoples some times leading to people starving in order to pay tithing, brain washes young people in to years of free labour that they have to pay to participate in and causes suicide on an industrial scale, that where the yearly totals done en masse would be worse than heavens gate EVERY YEAR.
Religious parents?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 23, 2018:
Oh yes My father was a baptist, but had better things to do with his Sundays My Mother was a former salvation army officer who got caught up with the whole Toronto blessing and Charismatic cult shit and was always a bit of a religious maniac. I was brought up in an atmosphere of being told I was going to Hell if I did not read the bible every night, go to church on a Sunday and pray continually. Consequently I spent nearly the entirety of my first ten years terrified of God and to a lesser extent the Devil, I spent the next ten years trying to find religious "truth" and my third decade slowly but surely finding my way out of religion thanks to falling in with the bloody Mormons, much to mothers horror. All my late mother bequeathed to me was a determination not to waste my life as she did, pursuing an insane fantasy at the cost of family friends and sanity.
When you're the only atheist at work
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 23, 2018:
I only mention it if I am asked.
Texas 'Prophet' Joshua Holmes Is 'Jesus in the Flesh,' Followers Say
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 23, 2018:
I would love to get all the claimants to being Jesus in the Flesh together in a field, throw a $100 bill on the ground and watch them all fight to the death over it.
A fellow train passenger asked me if I was going to contribute children into the world.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 23, 2018:
Some one tried to start a conversation with you on a train????? How dare he, you should have called the police at once, subjecting you to unwanted civility what an ass.
Come up to the Lab...And see what's on the slab. How many love The Rocky Horror Picture Show?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 23, 2018:
One of my favourite films of all time, also one of the most misunderstood by the majority of those who saw. I also love shock treatment. Richard O'Brien is something of a visionary in my opinion.
Is Marriage Outdated?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 23, 2018:
Marriage is a choice, it is not necessary but for some fills a need for a formal or public declaration of commitment, but can be an almost unlimited choice of forms to fit any taste. Traditional ideas of marriage partnership rites perhaps are outdated with the inherent sexism and control issued believed necessary for social stability in less enlightened times but is evolving and will continue to evolve to remain contemporary.
Debate: Hovind vs Ra - pt1 [youtube.com]
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 23, 2018:
I watched this earlier this evening, Hovind is such an intellectually dishonest arsehole he needs putting in a sack and shaking. The typical religious attitude presuppose, accept only the authority of scripture and deny all else, when asked for proof redefine proof as faith and persecute decenters. I love that again he makes the same mistake with Broccoli as he did with Bananas, claiming they exist naturally rather than as a result of cultivation. What a fuckwit.
What do you think would have happened if feudalism would have been left in tact to evolve...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 23, 2018:
Feudalism in Europe only collapsed because the plague devastated the work force and shifted power from the nobility to labour. Therefore it can be assumed that for it to have continued the cull of the population must not have happened, so a population explosion would have lead to starvation, revolution, and the institution of an even more totalitarian set of war based regimes, a culture of fighting for space and resources with an agrarian slave underclass to supply them, this would in time of lead to further spreading of empires the earlier discovery of Australasia and the Americas probably for purely conquest and extermination of the indigenous inhabitants. Possibly need and war would lead to earlier introduction of industry and technology probably by the church since they had a stranglehold on knowledge, so a theocratic empire is not outside the bounds of possibility with the concomitant extermination of misbelievers and heretics. By the the time we reach the 21st century it would be a miracle if civilisation survived at all, imagine an 16th and seventeenth century mentality armed with atomic weapons and driven by religious fanaticism with no opposing secular authority. The probability is a world made up of small settlements and city states scratching out a living in a wasteland.
I got fired yesterday.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 23, 2018:
Which version of GODZILLA VERSUS MECHAGODZILLA? They are all pretty good but I have a soft spot for the original 1974 version
ONTOLOGY - noun: 1.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 23, 2018:
In metaphysics it is often used as a euphemism for word games. The most famous being the various version of the ontological proof of the existence of god it usually follows the same patten a) given that god is the perfect being b) and given that "to be" is a better (that is to say nearer perfect) state than "not being" c) In order to be perfect god must exist QED Which is of course utter bollocks
Well, I was underwhelmed.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 23, 2018:
Very few video game adaptations in to movies ever work out very well
First, let me say that the Kavanaugh appointment was a disgrace.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 23, 2018:
21st century USA folks
Why is it that the religious bible thumpers tend to be the most racist and unforgiving?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 23, 2018:
? ?....this they know Because the bible tell them so ? ?
[foxnews.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 23, 2018:
Fox News: a comedy show popular for a short period of time in the early 21st century famous for parodies of reality, talking deliberate nonsense, inverted reality, over statement and understatement by a number of stand up comedians playing over exaggerated characters posing as journalists (See: Hannityisms, Tuckerisms and the term of abuse for a pervert "a fucking Bill O'Reilly") Now largely accepted to have been a poor joke that went on too long, any information arising from such a source should never be taken seriously. See also "The Weekly world news" The Encyclopedia Gallactica 3018 edition
I'm watching "The Mothman Prophecies".
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 23, 2018:
it's an odd ball movie and one that could have been done better, but it does hold a place of fondness for me.
Book burning! [friendlyatheist.patheos.com]
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 23, 2018:
Book burning is an abomination, I even got angry with some of my ex-mormon friends who had a mass burning of Book of Mormon, Pearl of great price and doctrine and Covenants. To burn a book even one you disagree with is to attempt to burn thought, when you attempt to suppress a thought you give it power and desirability, mystery and allure. Better that bad ideas are dragged in to the light, confronted, discredited and relegated to the library of historical idiocy.
DRACONIAN.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 23, 2018:
Also a cool race of Doctor Who villains
Who are your favorite movie villains?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 23, 2018:
Addison DeWitt All About Eve (1950) George Sanders at his slimiest Ellsworth Toohey The Fountainhead (1949) Possibly the greatest villain name ever Pendragon the sorcerer Jack the Giant Killer 1962 Torin Thatcher, enough said Mr. Edward Hyde The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde 1968 Jack Palance as by far the nastiest Hyde of the talkie era
Undine LaVerve (Burlesque: Adult) [youtube.]
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 22, 2018:
Well no one is ever going to tell her she is not body confident. Burlesque is fun, because its not about the the nudity it is all about the confident attitude
I am in LOVE with this dress!
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 22, 2018:
Luv it
Has anyone ever seen?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 22, 2018:
This version gets very much derided, unfairly in my opinion, though it is a far more loose adaptation of Shirley Jackson's novel it does have some wonderful moments and as a simple ghost story works very well. Though the original film has a deeper more claustrophobic feel, and delves more in to the weird paranoia of Nell's damaged psyche by symbolism and Freudian puzzles, the remake externalises her desperate needs and personal demons through the literal anthropomorphism of Hill house itself with her madness eventually manifesting as Crain a literal black cloud of depression and oppression imprisoning her inner child a situation that can only be overcome at the cost of her own life.
The Life of Brian is finally on Netflix.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 22, 2018:
An all time favourite, it never ages, nor ceases to be funny, the script is a masterpiece of intelligent comedy mixed with low brown slapstick, simply one of the funniest films ever.
SPOILERS S11 E3 - Rosa Discussion post.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 22, 2018:
Got to say that this episode jumped straight up on to top five episodes of NU-Who along side the Shakespeare Code, Dalek,the girl in the fireplace and Blink, it might even be the first NU Who in my top five all time favourites with The Talons of Weng-Chiang, Rememberance of the Daleks, the Sea Devils and The Pyramids of Mars
Did you ever have a crush on an animation or in my warped case a puppet?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 22, 2018:
Yes mine was Destiny Angel from Captain Scarlett
Given the name and posted topics(discription) of this group, plus the encouaging sentiment of ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 22, 2018:
I see your point, but I am sure that had I visited a gay mens group I would find a proportionate amount of titillating pictures of scantily dressed men, along with the serious posts on gay rights, dating tips and political discussions . Come on Mike, we're all men and men like to look at pretty sexy people they find attractive, there is nothing (in my opinion) wrong with that, so long as there is no deliberate debasement and dehumanisation. Plus presumably the performers and models are making a living and are not being filmed under duress and entertainment is as honourable a profession as any other.
IMPORTUNE.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 22, 2018:
Yes in the English law importuning is the equivalent criminal offence to soliciting when the prostitute is homosexual male .
Every Woman Deserves To Be Safe From Violence
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 22, 2018:
Every person deserves to be safe from domestic violence, my first wife kicked the living shit out of me for five years and the only response I ever got from the law was "what are you a fucking poof, my Mrs. wouldn't dare raise a hand to me." To which all could wonder was why do you think she would want to?
I experience this similar sentiment when I date. Suddenly I am "too much, too loud"
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 22, 2018:
Only if your would be partner is a control freak with poor self esteem and the self image of a cockroach (pun intended). A real relationship is a partnership, neither partner should be "The man"
Birth control should be given and mailed just like viagra.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 22, 2018:
Perhaps so but after an initial consultation and prescription by a qualified medical partitioner, because my wife was made violently ill by her first contraceptive pill, and none of them worked without side effects, so I asked her to come off them and I took precautions instead. Being able to buy the pill on line without tests first is frighteningly dangerous and so for that matter is any postal medication including Viagra, which has just become an over the counter medication in the UK and is already being bought to sell on by the unscrupulous, include I assume idiots selling blue smarties out of a Viagra box
Yes. Please do.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 22, 2018:
Are we allowed to ask, or is a request to comfort or show affection by a hug harassment too, because I am always being told men are reticent to show affection? If so do women have to ask to touch me too?
Election Day...what a fiasco
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 22, 2018:
the die is cast, be prepared for this now proven precedent to rear it's ugly head on a larger scale in future.
I just finished reading a book about women in ancient Canaan, and its fascinating how women were ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 21, 2018:
The Abrahamic religions did not help, but there was prejudice both ways before them. Ancient Egypt for example only had three queens who ruled in their own right and in each case they had to be considered a man to do it.
Hey evangelicals, which church is President Horseface J. Mushroomdick worshiping at this morning?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 21, 2018:
President Horseface J. Mushroomdick lmao so stealing that.
"Human power depends on mass cooperation, mass cooperation depends on manufacturing mass identities ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 21, 2018:
Mass manipulation is much more all about controlling what the people don't know, than what they do.
The Two Ronnies.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 21, 2018:
all time classic
2 Kings 2:23-24 (King James Version): And he went up from thence unto Bethel: and as he was going ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 21, 2018:
unbearable!
Phenomenology is the philosophical study of the structures of experience and consciousness.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 21, 2018:
Phenomenon
Genesis 38:9-10 9 Onan knew that the offspring would not be his; so when he went in to his ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 21, 2018:
I remember bringing up Genesis 38 in Bible study class and being glared at by the Minister, ignored and then complained about to my mother.
Ok, the critics are full of it.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 21, 2018:
waiting for my copy coming as we speak
G.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 21, 2018:
I always assumed the moral of the story to be that even then Vegetarians pissed men and gods off.

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