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Sweet or savory?
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 24, 2019:
Savory every time, sweet drinks yes but savory foods
Should churches be maid to pay taxes
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 24, 2019:
Only registered Charities should be exempt from tax, the majority of religion's work is not charitable and should not be excused social liability. By the way *maid* is the title of a female servant or a virgin, I believe you meant to say Should churches be *made* to pay taxes
I find a lot of "God doesn't exist (rage and hate)!".
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 24, 2019:
As someone who has voluntarily taught English as a second language for years to a variegated melange of ethnicities, I have to wonder how it is that some one who claims their English to be terrible, can in reality spell and use correctly 4 syllable words, punctuate efficiently and yet can feign ignorance by correctly using a replacement apostrophe for a dropped G on the suffix "ing" and leave out pronouns in order to write "in dialect" I call Bull crap.
I find a lot of "God doesn't exist (rage and hate)!".
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 24, 2019:
hmmmmm
Forgive the Pettiness
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 24, 2019:
No, but report them and block them at once, would be my advice
Ocasio-Cortez Refuses Invite To Visit Concentration Camps With Holocaust Survivor | Daily Wire
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 24, 2019:
Recently You tube at the insistence of various pressure groups added a number of terms to their list of words and terms that will immediately get a video flagged, demonetized and even removed. Among those words are two, the use or even mention of which are considered so anti-semitic and will bring down the wrath of the elders of the Internet, like unto the very lightening of the skies. They are Concentration Camp and Fascist It seems they like so many others have no concept of context or intent Fortunately You tube has not yet banned the good old English term **Censorial Bollock Brained Wankers!**
With the 50th anniversary of the moon landing next month, thought I would share something I have ...
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 23, 2019:
I remember watching the landing on my great great aunts 12" B&W television which was basically a free standing cupboard with a screen and two large knobs inside the doors. It was an extraordinary experience for a young boy obsessed with science fiction to see fantasy become fact.
Deuteronomy 23:2 (KJV) - A bastard shall not enter into the congregation of the Lord; even to his ...
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 23, 2019:
The whole of religion, especially Christianity is based on the idea of the "sins of the father" of being held responsible for thing over which you have no control and being made to suffer for inherited guilt.
Neighbour of Boris!
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 23, 2019:
Tragically he makes a more attractive woman than he does a man.
These Methodist Men Are Shocked to Learn What People Say to Female Pastors ...
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 23, 2019:
It is an old literary cliche of the parishioner becoming enamored with the clergy regardless of sex, there is even the famous case of Joyce Kinny kidnapping her Mormon missionary priest boyfriend, after chasing him half way round the world, chaining him to her bed and and ahem "raping" him.
No country leaderships are trustful.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 22, 2019:
pandetoxification? You leave them pandas alone! πŸ˜‰
Now this sounds about right.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 22, 2019:
A partnership is a relationship. Hating one another's guts is also a relationship. You seem to be advocating for mutual love and respect, there is nothing better, good luck.❀
Is this dress too short?
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 22, 2019:
No, very nice
1966...”The Good The Bad and the Ugly” with Clint Eastwood, Eli Wallach and Lee Van Cleef.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 22, 2019:
Lee Van Cleef as prison governor Bob Hauk in Escape from New York, is one of the greatest scene stealing performances I have ever seen.
CONDIGN (conDINE) adj Fitting; deserved; appropriate --- esp.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 22, 2019:
And so, Although I wish to go, And greatly pine To brightly shine, And take the line Of a hero fine, With grief *condign* I must decline. The Mikado/Act I/Part IX W. S. Gilbert
OBSEQUIOUS - Adjective.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 22, 2019:
One of my favourite descriptive expressions "he was an obsequious little toady"
So what is the opposite of being impressed?
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 22, 2019:
The opposite of impressed is embossed, however that is only in the case of the original primary meaning of the word, it's metaphorical use to mean to be the cause of admiration or secondary pride would be to disgust or disgusted.
Have you ever had anything that could be termed miraculous happen to you?
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 22, 2019:
The human brain and survival instinct is remarkable, capable of pushing the body to do seemingly remarkable things in order to survive. As for the grenade incident, if it had not happened the way it did, no one would be reading your post about it having happened the way it did, pure chance. It is like the creationist argument that the odds against the universe being the way it is are so great that there must be a god, when that is an obvious god of the gaps fallacy.
Panicked GOP leaders scrambling to get Jeff Sessions to run for Senate so they won’t be saddled ...
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 22, 2019:
What the fuck is wrong with Americans when they will even consider voting for a man like RM when there are literally 100s of millions of people eligible to stand.
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LenHazell53 comments on Jun 21, 2019:
It already exists, it is called a remote control.
Here is a deep πŸ€” thinking question.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 21, 2019:
If by all that you are proposing that Smith was an unscrupulous bullshit artist, Lothario, pervert and con man, who exploited the gullibility of his family friends and neighbors, then yes he was. Mormonism was a practical con that got way out of control. Smiths own theological beliefs are irrelevant you don't ask the pick pocket you find lifting you wallet if he is a Hindu, taoist or atheist, you just break his fingers.
A pen pal introduced me to a new word, which she mispelled and it almost blew up the spell checker.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 20, 2019:
This is exactly the type of devolved word I spoke of earlier in another post. Almost every phobia is defined by the use of the word phobos Greek for fear or irrational fear and an appropriate Greek root for the source of the fear. Using this perfectly simple linguistic technique we have the basis for every named phobia with two exceptions Coulrophobia (fear of clowns) since the Greek word for clown is gelotopoiós simply writing clown in Greek text as Kloorn was considered preferable. Nomophobia However is ridiculous because it is an actual existing Phobia Nomos νόμος means the Law, therefore Nomophobia is **irrational fear of the law,** *not of loosing you Mobile phone.* Nomo here is obviously a contracting of No Mobile. Because no one has even made a serious try to create a real word, just a pathetic pun. So far as I can see Kinitochanophobia (though actually meaning fear of the loss of mobility) can be read as the "fear of the loss of my mobile," though I might prefer foritóphonophobia fear of "losing my portable noise maker."
OK.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 20, 2019:
comes from the same root as obelisk, a column or pillar that "divides" the ceiling from the floor, is also used as the geometrical name for the shape of a crucifix.
Latest on Tory leadership contest .
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 20, 2019:
3rd time Gordon Brown Theresa May And who this turns out to be I agree, a Prime Minister resigning should automatically trigger a general election
‘My mum didn’t vaccinate me – this is what happened next’ "It started when I accidentally...
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 20, 2019:
I wonder if someone like that sue their parents for criminal negligence.
I'VE BEEN BANNED FROM TRACTOR SUPPLY.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 20, 2019:
That story has made my day.
English spelling. The article is ten years old but is it valid. [google.com.au]
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 20, 2019:
Basically the poorly educated demanding the right to be lazy. I have been dyslexic all of my life, I worked hard to overcome it, by understanding WHY words are spelled the way that they are, etymologically, lexicographically and philologically. To simply throw a whole branch of linguistics away for the sake of convenience disgusts me. English is an evolving and amazingly nuanced, precise language, the most accurate in the world, as locutors of this language we should be proud and defensive against its devolution in to a set of monosyllabic grudgings and phonetic spellings from which no original meaning can be defined.
The attack on Christianity continues.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 20, 2019:
"Mum, Dad you are so embarrassing! "
In honor of my Newfoundland heritage and the fact I live in the Seattle area: MAUZY also maus(e)y,...
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 20, 2019:
I wonder if this word may have originated with the German word Mäuse (mice) in the same way we say nice weather for ducks when it rains, damp and muggy is nice weather for mice. Just a thought, nice word however.
I am wondering to what extent people decide to be atheist/agnostic or just grow out of religion
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 20, 2019:
For me it was a conscious decision, born of reason and disgust in equal measures
Do you remember when monopolies were a concern? When did that stop being a worry?
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 19, 2019:
When capitalist liars demonised socialism, when profit become more important than productivity, when people became an expendable commodity when we have what you want to buy was replaced with you will want what we have to sell.
Call me Mr Stupid if you like but I am even more confused about Brexit than I have been before! ...
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 19, 2019:
Lots of people can make lots of decisions, but that is not enough, every decision has to be ratified and investigated and then finally agreed to. We do not yet, thankfully, live in a dictatorship where the uninformed whim of one or another selfish idiot is a law unto itself, that everyone else must suffer for.
A fair comparison:
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 19, 2019:
I have always said the LDS should be grateful to the L-Ron Hubbard trolls, thanks to them Joseph's myth as been push off the dottiest religion top spot. "Of course Xenu is not real, we all know God lives on a planet orbiting the Star Kolob!"
45% of Americans think that federal law protects LGBTQ people from discrimination.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 18, 2019:
Most people are deluded enough to believe that since a law exists it will be enforced and that if a law is needed it must already exist. Ignorance is indeed bliss
"Thoughts and Prayers" is a digusting reponse to gun violence.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 18, 2019:
yup
You must be a blockhead, I'm guessing.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 18, 2019:
*Erm God can we put something in the bible about NOT molesting and raping children?* **NO, don't bother me with that shit, I'm too busy telling blokes how NOT to cut their hair** *erm children...* **HAIR CUTS MOTHERFUCKER!!!!**
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LenHazell53 comments on Jun 18, 2019:
Families all over Washington once again lock their doors and tremble at the prospect of a midnight knock on the door and the demand that he become secretary of defense, she become secretary of the interior and their puppy dog Captain Fluffybum has just been promoted to Whitehouse chief of staff
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LenHazell53 comments on Jun 18, 2019:
McConnell is the best evidence we have for justification of David Icke's alien reptilian shape changers conspiracy theory
A Resolution Condemning White Supremacy Causes Chaos at the Southern Baptist Convention ...
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 18, 2019:
WOW they actually need a resolution to tell their members that any form of racial superiority doctrine is wrong and that the alt right are a gang of bigots? They need to be TOLD that? Fuck me what is next years main resolution going to be , "Pay attention brothers and sisters water is wet, the sky is blue and by the way this bloke Jesus we keep going on about was a Jew!"
Have you watched these two movies?
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 18, 2019:
I saw The Man Who Sued God a few years ago, not a bad film, but as many Australian films do it cops out a bit at the end runs out of ideas and just stops using a pathetic Deus ex Machina. The Invention Of Lying I will not watch on principle as I refuse to put money in the pocket or add prestige to the name of the human dung heap who stars in and directed it.
[yahoo.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 18, 2019:
Just wait next thing he will be referring to immigrants as the "Latino problem" or the "Latino question,"
Thought I knew what a caterpillar is. New definition.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 17, 2019:
Interesting this is actually a better definition for the word Caterpillar than the commonly used one That which we call caterpillar was commonly called a coleworm up until the 17th century. Piller means ravager of plunderer (same root word as pillage) the cat actually means cat since the damage done by moth and butterfly lava was never seen being done and so was believed to be done by wild cats. Hence caterpillar Unknown Ravager of crops
Chimera A fanciful mental illusion or fabrication.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 17, 2019:
The Chimera was originally a monstrous hybrid in Greek mythology part lion, part goat and part dragon, today it means any hybrid creature in fiction. Not to be confused with cimera a flourish on a hat or helmet or Kymeria an evil night spirit, or dream invader.
This made me think of Beto O'Rourke Flounce: 1 a : to move with exaggerated jerky or bouncy ...
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 17, 2019:
seems to be a mix of flunsa (to hurry or rush) and flourish (an extravagant gesture to attractetion, making a scene)
How closely tied are pride and confidence, in your opinion?
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 17, 2019:
It is hard to say as the word pride has changed meaning over the centuries and is these days inextricably entwined with the word proud, with which it has no etymological connection at all but is used interchangeably with, especially between Proud and prideful. Pryde or prΘ³te originally as has been pointed out elsewhere was a sin, akin to snobbery or epicaricacy, it meant to judge yourself by your possessions, success, wealth or natural attributes by comparing them favourably to other people and deriding those other for their presumed inferiority or misfortune. It was considered in almost every society to be so despicable that it almost always was punishable by death. Among the native Americans a warrior who was so prideful of his skills or possessions, would be taken, sown up in a sack with a skunk or wolverine and thrown in the river (some times his nose would be cut off first.) Confidence on the other hand is a private thing, an understanding of ones own limitations and when not to exceed them.
Did you know that the thing we call a hashtag actually has another name, which is Octothorpe?
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 17, 2019:
My favourite lost symbol is this β€½ the interobang. It is basically the sign used to indicate a very forcibly put question and these days is largely replaced with ?!
Many homeless people have psychological problems.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 16, 2019:
The politics of economics over compassion Punish poverty, reprimand the wretched, deny the desperate and dying ad called it civilisation
The U.S. Leads the World in Health-Care Spending - The Atlantic
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 15, 2019:
Only in the USA could the health and well being of the old and sick be turned in to an exploitable commodity.
Phoenix police threaten to shoot a family after a 4-year-old allegedly steals a doll.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 15, 2019:
I would call these officers sewer rats, but I would insulting both sewers and rats.
Does your dog know when you smile?
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 15, 2019:
I have had dogs all my life, and they do learn to associate facial expressions with emotions, like wise they come to recognize tones of voice. They have and amazing sense of time and routine expecting certain actions at certain times. They are pack animals and once the family alpha is imprinted on them, they will emulate him or her, even at times trying to emulate pack language, laughter, verbal snapping, simple words like yes and no etc, like wise subconsciously humans also pick up dog body language and sounds, clicking the tongue, huffing a greeting, tilting the head to the left to indicated paying attention even growling. It is even more pronounced with cats who are sly little buggers that will manipulate humans without their even knowing.
Interracial relationships in the 15th century For years I have been looking at paintings of ...
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 15, 2019:
Shakespeare wrote a whole play around the subject "Othello" based on "A Moorish Captain" by Cinthio, published in 1565. Outside of religious communities interracial relations and even marriage were rare but not really frowned upon. It makes me laugh to see for example the queen of Sheba played on screen by Gina Lollobrigida, who went to great pain to explain how the Ethiopian queen MIGHT have been white but was none the less unable to excuse her being Italian. (To be fair a black actress Vivica A. Fox finally did get to play Sheba in 1997)
Milwaukee teachers accused of cover up for accidental shooting in a school
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 14, 2019:
Ah done brung ma gurn tu work, Cuz Hey I'm gonna fix eet wi ma kurr takin toolz, but I wunt unload it furst cuz thur pes-ze-dunt say guns downt kill people, yup uh-uh
The last few years has greatly increased my use of Talk Radio - particularly on LBC -London ...
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 14, 2019:
I listen to James O'Brien on LBC quite often, I don't always agree with what he says, but I love HOW he says it.
Donald Trump Talking About The Books He's Read Will Make You Seriously Pine For The Days Of Barack ...
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 14, 2019:
I wonder if some one had sort of brief him and he had Tom Wolfe and Thomas Wolfe confused in his peanut of a mind? Since The Bonfire of the Vanities had just come out in 1987 and was Tom Wolfe's first novel, Thomas Wolfe had been dead since 1938 but had written more than one book.
Jesus Strikes Back - Clown World War🀑🌍
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 13, 2019:
It seems that first link is now dead
Quick rant: Why do companies bother to ask me when I'm available for an interview, then when I tell...
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 13, 2019:
They are looking for the expected reply "at your convenience" the go to response of the professional toady
Mike Pence Condemns Atheists, Homosexuals, And Feminists For Role In Forcing God To Punish America ...
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 13, 2019:
For a moment I thought this was real before noticing it was from the Onion, what is amazing however is just HOW easy it was to believe the vice president of the USA might have said this.
California Wants To Shut Down A Christian School Accused Of Punishing Students For Being Gay ...
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 13, 2019:
" a place where parents can send kids who “are going down the wrong path.” " So basically an illegal straight conversion therapy camp, masquerading as a school. Throw the bastards in jail and tell them it a holiday camp for the illiterate.
[yahoo.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 13, 2019:
What, "windbag aerodrome?"
How any woman can continue to embrace Christianity is beyond me.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 13, 2019:
Similarly I am both appalled and confused by so called "Gay Christians" Women, at least not in general, are not commanded by their own religion to stone themselves to death, yet not only do we have gay Christians but gay priests, bishops and even arch bishops. Go figure.
ICONOCLAST - Noun.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 13, 2019:
"8th/9th century movement by the Byzantine Church which sought to abolish the veneration of icons and other religious imagery" well that worked out well didn't it
BRIDGET BISHOP On this date in the year 1692, a woman named Bridget Bishop was hanged on Gallows ...
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 12, 2019:
Tyranny cannot thrive without a public bogey to point at and blame for all the natural ill that the world is heir to. At one time or another it has been the Jew homosexual women foreign people slaves Single parents the handicapped Green eyed people left handed people Cat owners dog owners WITCHES!!! and anyone who disagrees with an accepted and known truth no matter how stupid it is Fear leads to a demand for freedom from for which freedom too much be sacrificed, but of course fear never goes away, it just changes clothes.
I am a science teacher in an inner city school.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 12, 2019:
You are basically advocating for what used to be called Secondary Modern Schools. Up until the early 1970's all children in the UK forced to take an exam call the "11+" at teh age of 11, on the strength of this their future schooling was determined. Those who passed the 11+ won a place in Grammar School, where the expectation was to graduate to white or Blue collar professions and careers or go on to college and university. The curriculum was based on academics and perfecting of essential skills such as high quality writing, mathematic, foreign and classical languages and the sciences. Those who failed attended Secondary Modern, where the curriculum was geared to preparing boys for apprenticeships and girls for housewifely proficiency. English language rather than literature was taught, arithmetic instead of maths and physical education formed the core of the school, with a choice of woodworking, metal working or domestic science (Cookery and housework) making up the rest of the lessons. The two tier system was abolished in 1975 and replaced with comprehensive schools a decision lamented for years and now replaced again with technical academies and specialist school.
Which one of these was your favorite back in the day? Mine was The Andy Griffith Show.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 12, 2019:
We did get in the UK 100s of western series in the UK Champion the wonder Horse Casey Jones The Virginian Bonanza The Lone Ranger High chaparral and endless others Other American comdies I can recall from that era are Bilko Camp Runamuk Hogan's Heroes I love Lucy The Andy Williams show
Which one of these was your favorite back in the day? Mine was The Andy Griffith Show.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 12, 2019:
The Beverly Hillbillies was as far as I know the only one of these 5 shown in the UK
Report: Catholic Church Spent $10.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 12, 2019:
The whole organisation should be prosecuted in the international court court for aiding and abetting and seeking to pervert the course of justice. I have never understood the whole statute of limitations crap anyway, are the law makers of the US genuinely of the belief that if you can get away with a crime for long enough it just goes away?
HURDY-GURDY - Noun.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 12, 2019:
Hurdy Gurdy Mushroom man Nigel Planer (Neil the HippY) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yy2g3B9mj0o
GARGANTUAN.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 11, 2019:
Thanks for providing the origin of the word πŸ˜„πŸ‘
It's interesting to me that many "New Atheists" are happy to disregard the majoritarian authority of...
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 11, 2019:
To paraphrase Dr. Samuel Johnson **the parts of the bible/religion that are good are not original, and the parts that are original are not good.** and that about encapsulates all I have to say about the points raised in your apologist post.
Tree planted by Trump and Macron to symbolize French-American friendship has died
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 11, 2019:
There is a God! and he has a sick sense of humour
Yet another benefit of coffee.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 10, 2019:
Luv Emo
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LenHazell53 comments on Jun 10, 2019:
I thought I could hear the sound of some one grinding their teeth
SNAFU: military slang -- Situation Normal All Fucked Up.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 10, 2019:
Love this one
I'm a strong supporter of free speech and the power of opinion.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 10, 2019:
It is my opinion that on most occasion when "these liberal ideologs " lose their temper and resort to insults and name calling it is because their interlocutor is being, bloody minded, close minded, willfully ignorant and suborn. When reason and rational conversation has been brought to a halt by the deluded obstinance the other , and when both logic and fact have been insulted in favour of propaganda and inhuman right wing filth then *Sometimes* when such people will neither shut the fuck up or listen to any other point of view, everyone understand an ear bashing. They and their ideas are a waste of human existence and so they are best left to their hateful fantasies with the silly delusion that they have won the argument after being faced with one more fact they will not accept, that they are a fuckwit, then a good way to finish the conversation is to descend to the level of the moron and identify them as such before departing.
No doubt the politically correct namby pambies and anti smoking control freaks in the Salvation Army...
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 10, 2019:
I remember my mother singing this interminably, along with "we're all going to the Zoo tomorrow", "Puff the magic dragon" and "You're never gonna see no Unicorn." My mother did not have the best taste in music.
The difference between a religion and a cult is the number of followers. [m.ranker.com]
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 9, 2019:
All cults and religions are founded by one person In the case of a cult that person is usually still alive, in a religion he (almost always a he) has been dead for at least 100 years.
So.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 9, 2019:
Saying "I do not believe in gay liberation" is akin to saying "I do not believe in the emancipation of slaves" or "I do not believe women should have the same rights as men." It is a bigoted statement, condoning and advocating for the oppression of a section of humanity. THAT is why are they not allowed to voice their opinion without being bashed for it. It is NOT free speech, it is abuse!
digerati (plural noun) Those skilled in digital technology, replacing the older sexist term tech ...
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 9, 2019:
I love these sort of words, Literati, glitterati, cognoscenti they just have coruscating and glamorous feel to them.
EMPATHIC vs EMPATHETIC?
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 9, 2019:
According to many dictionaries empathetic and empathic are synonyms, but in the manner I have always used them, and seemingly etymologically they are not. Bother are contractions from the Greek Empathic made up from empatheia (being in a specific state of emotion) and pathetos (prone to suffering) Empathetic made up from empatheia (being in a specific state of emotion) and pathetikos (subject to suffering) The difference is subtle but I would suggest they connote a matter of perspective I am empathic to your feelings (I am likely to share your feelings) You are empathetic to my feelings (you are perceived to share my feelings)
Matthew 15:24 - He answered, "I was sent only to the lost sheep of the house of Israel.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 8, 2019:
Matthew 15:24(KJV). 24 But he answered and said, **I am not** sent but unto the lost sheep of the house of Israel. Matthew 15:24 (NIV) - 24 He answered, “**I was** sent **only** to the lost sheep of Israel.” Is it just me or do those translations contradict one another
Black Transgender Woman Found Dead In North Carolina Field
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 8, 2019:
It seem the more tolerant the majority become, the more fanatical and violent the bigots get. My gut instinct is to think it is a panic reaction, these dangerous morons actually believe themselves threatened. What are they trying to achieve? Do they actually think they can kill all non cis people? Or do they think they can frighten the entire LBGT community back in to the closet? The level of idiocy is incredible.
What's the size of a hard disk that has 100 horror movies? Heebies GBs
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 8, 2019:
Depends on the format in which they are recorded.
Der Donald will NEVER achieve this level of respect.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 8, 2019:
True but then Obama never called Prince Harry's wife a nasty bitch.
Bearded iris blooming today.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 8, 2019:
Beautiful
If you believe in nothing, chances are you are alone in the world because everyone believes in at ...
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 8, 2019:
Depends very much on how you are defining the word believe. If you mean trusting in a posteriori, facts as opposed a priori facts which require no belief in order to be accepted as true, then yes I agree, if you mean believing in abstract ideals, concepts and entities without evidence or mathematical models then definitely not.
London police arrest 5th suspect in attack on lesbian couple
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 8, 2019:
"Police said Saturday all of suspects are between 15 and 18 years old." A bunch of probably drunken, entitled post millennial kids, what a surprise. I'm amazed any of them were able to look up from their phones long enough to notice anyone else on the bus.
It pains me to block ladies. Women need to support each other.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 8, 2019:
Male female or other all genders have the innate human right to be a total dick head, and everyone else has the right to call them out on it. Beside which it might be pointed out to your correspondent that "Literate" is a superlative, you are either literate or illiterate, the phrase "Not very literate are you." is both nonsensical, grammatically incorrect and lacks the correct punctuation for a question (whether rhetorical or not). She may as well have accused you of being a bit dead. I hazard a guess she meant Unlettered, uneducated or inerudite but lacked the vocabulary skill to say so.
Were's the evidence?
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 8, 2019:
No but I saw this
So correct!
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 8, 2019:
Oh so true
So correct!
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 8, 2019:
# Knurd, Being knurd is to be (un)intoxicated with so much strong Coffee to such an extent that all such comfort stories are stripped away from the mind. This makes you see the world in a way 'nobody ever should', in all its harsh reality. People generally find being knurd excruciating, as their comfortable illusions are stripped away and all of life's terrors are exposed. When accidentally knurd, people hurry to get alcohol into them to restore the balance. In fact, they generally go too far, getting very drunk in order to a) make certain they aren't knurd, and b) get so comfortably illusory that the mind can't recall those terrible realities. A word created and defined by Terry Pratchett
Let's see who I can piss off today . . . .
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 8, 2019:
It is not that we cannot, because we obviously do, it is that we should not, it is illogical and it is extremely dangerous to do so, but it is convenient and if historical anthropology teaches us nothing else, there are two facts it does teach a) it is that populations en masse will always take the path of least resistance and B) that those who actively seek power are those least well suited to have it. So why do we do it? Because it is inevitable, even in an anarchy the scum will rise to the top and call itself the cream. It will offer compliance and call it freedom, ignorance and call it common sense, and hegemony and call it peace. Because most people want neither the responsibility that comes with leadership or the restraints of conscience to be a just leader. So will gladly hand it over to someone else who they can moan and bitch about, blame when things go badly and praise when they go well. In exchange for this they will allow a certain amount of corruption and leeway with acceptable cultural constraints
Mystery as second GOP ex-state senator found dead in two days
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 8, 2019:
Matthew 26:52
Being agnostic and being a close-minded dick are 2 different things
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 7, 2019:
hmmmmm
Evidently Mars is part of the moon now.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 7, 2019:
WTF seriously this guy should not be allowed out unattended and kept away from electronic devices for his own safety.
We had a visit from a religious friend yesterday, She stopped overnight on her way to spending a ...
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 7, 2019:
In the words of Mary Howitt
We had a visit from a religious friend yesterday, She stopped overnight on her way to spending a ...
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 7, 2019:
You do realise HE was taking the same stranger danger risk as she was, especially when SHE was the one who arranged it, and he was the one who thought better of it. I'll admit if a total stranger wanted to take me away to the middle of nowhere for a weekend I would feign illness too. Any two people putting themselves in that situation are both taking a huge risk.
Is that a human... How can you tell?...
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 7, 2019:
Priceless πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ
This story has been breaking for several months.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 7, 2019:
The mentality is that of the school yard bully, be it the insecure psychopath who takes joy in his or her power over others especially those unable to fight back in order to feel their life has meaning or the pure sadist feeding on the Psychosexual need for emotional release that comes only from inflicting pain and humiliation of others. We test those who whould work with children for signs of abusive tendencies, we do not let perverts near children or schools, perhaps it is time to keep deviants away from institutions in which they seek employment for the opportunity to indulge their equally dangerous cruel tendencies.
Now, regarding Trump's speech at Normandy.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 7, 2019:
Perhaps Jeff Dunham is hidden behind "his corpulence" operating his mouth by pulling on the neck fat and literally putting words in his mouth?
CACK-HANDED.
LenHazell53 comments on Jun 7, 2019:
Yes something I and my daughter in law were both cruelly labeled and taunted with interminably, before **Dyspraxia** was a widely known and diagnosable condition and was just something believed to be curable by a slap about the head and bawling the word "CONCENTRATE!" in to the ear of the offender. Other charming epithets included Careless, Clumsy clot, Mooncalf, accident prone, half wit, dimwit and the always lovely "Useless waste of space" and those were just the ones given me by my father.

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