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Those elitist Democrats! They just can't relate to ordinary people.
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 10, 2020:
I wonder if Joe Biden allows *his* dog up on the piano? Just asking.
Posting as a reminder of GOP concern for election integrity: Senate GOP blocks three election ...
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 10, 2020:
So Trumps objections to electoral integrity amount to the old card sharps excuse upon losing ***"I know you were cheating, because those are not the cards I dealt you!"***
Did you know?
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 10, 2020:
False dichotomy a gun is not a sentient entity and so cannot accidentally kill people, a doctor is and can You are only counting *accidental* deaths by fire arms *users* no one is legally a professional fire arms user, therefore the comparable amount of professional fire arms users compared to the amount of professional doctors is 700,000 : 0 which of course is going to mean Doctors kill more people through negligence or accident than professional gun users. Comparing victims of guns and medical personable is a slightly more fair comparison. On average 1378440 people in the USA die from fire arms every year, not counting those who survive being shot. Which is 0.42% of the total population the percentage of the total population deaths by medial negligence (according to your figures) is 0.0036% The actual number of licenced physicians in the USA is 985,026 (0.021) deaths per doctor per annum
I think this might be a joke but I'm not quite sure?
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 9, 2020:
Nah, Trump is not really a billionaire.
Air Water [youtu.be]
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 9, 2020:
So it is a dehumidifier with a filter and a tap added.
“You are not entitled to your opinion.
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 9, 2020:
'Everyone is entitled to his own opinion, but not to his own facts.” Daniel Patrick Moynihan
The square of the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the squares of the other two sides.
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 9, 2020:
"the **sun** of the squares of the other two sides."?😳
Deer Republican atheists,if you received an email requesting donations for a defense fund for Donald...
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 9, 2020:
Deer Republican
The sad story of Mary Heaton who after two years of tutoring the Anglican vicar's demanded payment ...
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 9, 2020:
Not uncommon, during the Victorian period calling someone insane was the replacement for calling "witch" once accused there was little you could do to prove yourself "innocent" and incarceration in a lunatic asylum was invariably for life. Nagging wives, political undesirables, and aristocrats known to have committed crimes or have made embarrassing blunders such as giving large donations to charity, all ended up in one of the many "hospitals". At one time Bethlehem hospital (from where we get the word Bedlam) and Nut Hatch asylum in London we filled with people who had shown homosexual tendencies, suffragettes, or had been seduced by royalty and given birth, when the aristocracy needed them to be kept quiet. The definitions of insanity where very elastic and could range from eating "inappropriate" foodstuffs, to disagreeing with social norms or slandering your "betters" all obvious indications of a diseased mind.
God Is Dead: the Phrase Associated With Nietzsche
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 7, 2020:
The more accurate translate would be "God is extinct" The word Nietzsche used was Tot, which is a scientific term meaning extinct or expired but is used colloquially to mean dead, if he had meant deceased the word would have been verstorben, gestorben or abgestorben. The phrase came from a discussion on the enlightenment and how in light of it, religion was a pointless exercise.
And they are asking only $AU150 for it! 😀😁🤣🤣🤣🤣
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 7, 2020:
I don't get it, what is funny?
WOEBEGONE.
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 7, 2020:
This is an interesting word, often confused with Woe Begone (to Cheer up) but has a completely different root. Bigo/bego is middle English meaning to overwhelm rather than Be-gone (be outside of my perception)
Some thoughts on broadening the appeal of Agnostic.
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 7, 2020:
I have found a very useful maxim to be very useful and invariably correct. Given to me by my Grandfather it runs:- "If it ain't broke, DON'T try and fix it!"
Mutated coronavirus in Danish mink results in country wide minkicide.
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 6, 2020:
We were being assured in February that Covid 19 was a very stable virus and slow to mutate, now we find it has mutated twice i the last 10 months, there is no way this is simply going to "go away"
Quaff. To drink heartily. I often use this word in conjunction with a good Merlot or Pinotage.
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 6, 2020:
often associated with roistering "the Valkyries carried him off to Valhalla for some quaffing and roistering.”
VANILOQUENCE.
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 6, 2020:
Reminds me of Vainglorious unjustified self pride.
If we use the old-fashioned meaning for the word 'ejaculate', could we call Trump's declaration a.
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 6, 2020:
Literally from from Latin ejaculari "to throw out or shoot out from the body"
My mother's brother is in the hospital with some sort of bleeding issue.
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 5, 2020:
MY mother was always coming out with this crap about "when your time comes" and "There is an alloted time when gawd will call you home" and so forth. If that was the case gawd must have had a right good laugh when he decided to take her causing her to fall off the toilet and end up face down on the bathroom floor with her knickers round her ankles and her nose wedging the door shut.
Black hole revelations win the 2020 Nobel Prize in physics | Science News
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 5, 2020:
This might be an explanation for the Lambda constant, a theory Einstein considered his biggest blunder, one however that post-mortem turned out to be right after all.
BONHOMIE ba-nə-MEE Part of speech: noun Origin: French, late 18th century 1: Cheerful ...
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 4, 2020:
An English variation on the French bon hommie "good fellow"
Maine is still in play thanks to rank choice voting. [newscentermaine.]
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 4, 2020:
access denied
I got a notification that someone responded to a comment i made (it said so and so 3 mins ago).
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 4, 2020:
Happens all the time, especially if the comment has been edited.
Thaumaturge: one who practices magic or sorcery.
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 4, 2020:
Hence Thaumatology the academic study of magical practices, as a branch of anthropology.
Who said it?
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 3, 2020:
The Doctor Doctor Who series three episode ten "Blink"
Leviathan noun anything of immense size and power.
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 2, 2020:
In some traditions Leviathan is one of the seven princes of Hell, and is the demon of envy and coveting.
It looks like Republicans are proud to be jerks.
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 2, 2020:
Why?
Just want to encourage everyone to exercise patience while ALL votes are counted.
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 2, 2020:
It is why the transfer of power is after xmas, dating back to the days when the voting results and votes of the electoral college would have to Delivered to Washington via pony express or stage coach, in those days they wanted to be sure EVERY vote honestly cast was honestly counted.
Dowsing is an odd phenomenon.
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 2, 2020:
At the risk of wrecking my reputation as a total skeptic and cynic, I'm afraid I have good reason to at least wonder about dowsing. My father's late best friend of some forty years, a man names Denis Sheffield, worked for the north of England water board for his entire working life and after his retirement continued to work for them as a "leak finder" using a pair of precision made dowsing rods with foft foam rubber handles, with free moving mounted bearings to allow the rods to swing even when not being held, that could also be set on a custom made stand. To demonstrate that dowsing with nothing to do with him, he would mount the rods on their stand on the ground and move a plastic bowl of water under them and they would invariably cross. In tests against electronic moisture dectors he found underground fractured pipes more accurately and faster than the machines. HIs success rate was was good enough that he was employed full time for 42 years by the water board and would dowse for anyone who asked for help, but only for water or leaks. I often asked if he could find other stuff like metal or oil or even precious metals, to which he always replied that he had no idea and had never tried. "uncle" Denis never claimed supernatural powers or abilities, simply family folk wisdom, he was taught by his grandfather who used the same phenomena to tell folk were to sink wells and was a complete skeptic in all other matters. He is long dead now, unfortunately so as a mature adult I have no way to go and check on his abilities just childhood memories and a couple of old news paper cuttings from th local rag back in the seventies, still kept by my father.
Oh, lookee. RT saying USA is not democratic! Why?
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 2, 2020:
Even without reading the article I can agree, The USA like the UK and various other western countries has only a pretense at democracy. The best that can be said is that they are a representative democracy in some cases, a first past the post system in others, but the USA with it's misnomered "Electoral college" is the worst of them all. To call a system democratic where you vote to instruct a voter or collection of voters how to vote on your behalf, but they do not have to take your advice and can vote how they please regardless of the popular vote is to put it mildly fucking insane. The only thing more insane is that the voters themselves do not object to this system and willingly participate in it each and every four years.
No expectations, no disappointments.
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 2, 2020:
How Bless'd is the pessimist for he shall never be disappointed.
[rawstory.
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 1, 2020:
unbelievable man/child
In memory of James Randi... [youtube.com]
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 1, 2020:
He was a great guy.
[politico.
LenHazell53 comments on Nov 1, 2020:
So he is planning a move from the Trump Administration to the Trump regime? Or should that be Reich?
WITCHES - here are some witches (Remember I am an ATHEIST, I do NOT believe in witches!) Kitchen ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 31, 2020:
I'm married to one and know many, and depending on which path they follow, they would either agree with you or laugh at you. Much of what you are stating comes from new age revivalist get rich quick books. "Witch" like "Satanic" or "oculist" or "Mystic" is a catch all term for a dozen or more different things, systems, or doctrines. Getting five "witches" to agree on anything is like trying to herd cats, much as is the case with any five Christians or religious people of any "faith".
The danger of believing in fairy-tales; as crazy as if, you felt that you could fly, because in the ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 31, 2020:
"Well they were obviously not CHRISTIAN white male lions, so what do you expect?"
I love this. Biden it's obviously my choice.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 31, 2020:
To think it has come to this.
I really want to tell people I’m atheist, but living in the Bible Belt I feel like I’ll lose ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 31, 2020:
If they do not want to be your friend or have you in their family because you are being honest with yourself, then they were never your family and friends to start with, they were simply users and scumbags.
What are some ways that religion is starting to decline?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 31, 2020:
After Covid 19 and Trump I think that number will fall a heck of a lot faster, especially since so many believer are willing to use these two as causes worth dieing for.
The people most terrified of Satan are Christians; they see the Devil behind every rock and ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 31, 2020:
To the religious mind, a myth is a myth only when it is expedient for it to be so, the rest of the time it is the inerrant word of gawd!".
By not giving your heart, soul, mind everything, and do as instructed and deliver the message you ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 31, 2020:
Hence my contention that worship of Yahweh is built on fear, not love, hence the invariably violent Judeo-Christian response to "heresy". Love does not provoke that kind of violence, only fear can.
I relate religion to Grimms Fairy Tales.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 31, 2020:
Personally I disregard all the subsections and niche sections of non belief and simply call myself an atheist, if pushed a strong atheist. As far as religion in general is concerned aside from the god question I am anti-theist as regards the organisations built around belief in the sky daddy, because they exist, I cannot be anti something that is non existent.
What do people in this community make of the anti-French rallies in Muslim countries? [bbc.com]
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2020:
It does not all lot of good for those Muslims who have been trying for years to get people to believe that only a small proportion of all Muslims are dangerous loonies, to have large crowds of said loons dancing on French flags while trying to burn said flag at the same time thus setting themselves on fire and having to have their fellow protesters violently kick the flames out. All to prove how reasonable it is to fly in to an insane rage over a cartoon picture of a long dead camel herder.
My 85-year- Republican senator is running for re-election again.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2020:
Time there was a mandatory retirement age for public servants and elected officials.
Angry Christian Mom Condemns Uber Eats for Ads With “Queer Eye” Star in Leotard | Hemant Mehta |...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2020:
The fact that this harpy is getting her knickers in a twist over something this trivial, when half the world is on fire and the other half is plague ridden shows just where her screwed up sense of religious priorities have lead her, straight up her own bum hole (pun intended).
Majority of Gays Are Possessed by Ghosts, So-Called Study Says
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2020:
Hilarious
Upon reading biography of George Elliot(Mary Ann Evans), author of Middlemarch, Silas Marner and ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2020:
Edward Bulwer Lytton, was a brilliant novelist and short story writer, now largely forgotten sadly. However stories such as "The Haunter and the Haunted" establish him as the father of the modern ghost story, and novels such as "the coming race" establish him likewise as an early master of speculative science fiction on a par with Jules Verne and HG Wells.
Extramundane adjective beyond our world or the material universe.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 30, 2020:
So pretty close to paranormal and supernatural
Bad news from USA or simply "life as normal" under the world's greatest economy & democracy?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 29, 2020:
The more that becomes known, the more that happens the more it is clear there is only one logical answer as to why covid 19 has begun to decimate the USA. An answer so horrific that it is almost unthinkable and unutterable.
My mother was a devout catholic.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 28, 2020:
Nothing new, in the middle ages guards were posted outside castles to keep away predatory priests bearing wills favouring the church, when the king or lord of the manor was dying.
SHENANIGATOR-one who instigates shenanigans
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 28, 2020:
That's a very out dated and sexist word Today would not **Person-Nanigator** be more PC?
The Christian Broadcasting Network is Worried That Witches Cast a Spell on Trump | Beth Stoneburner ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 28, 2020:
Mr. President ## ***We've found a witch! May we Burn her?"***
MOSH.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 28, 2020:
We used to equate Moshing with "head-banging"
Prescient adjective having knowledge of things or events before they exist or happen; having ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 28, 2020:
**Prescience** is more akin to extrapolation, deducing a likely future event from current events rather than anything supernatural. Foreseeing an event with magical or preternatural help would more likely be called prophesy or **Precognition**.
I don't know if this is from childhood misunderstanding or local dialect - Spell a splinter, ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 28, 2020:
In the north of England we call it a spelk
No one in the church gets upset when children get abused.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 28, 2020:
In the heirachy of the church they do get very upset, because the pervert priest have broken the most sacred of all the commandments, the 11th one THOU SHALT NOT GET CAUGHT
Why are priests that molest BOYS not also called homosexuals?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 28, 2020:
Because the Bible has a problem with homosexuals, but that same book makes not mention of kiddiefiddling whatsoever! Therefore if they called pervert priests who molest little boys homosexuals, the bastards would have to do something about it and they REALLY don't want to have to do that.
I think he was right...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 27, 2020:
True, religion has always equated pleasure with sin and joy with a somber sober workaholic devotion to virtuous misery.
The latest offering from Honest Government Ads - QAnon
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 27, 2020:
Wheels within wheels
Have you read the book accusing senior Australian judges of running pardohile protection rackets?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 27, 2020:
Kanger-Q-Anon?
LUBRICIOUS - Adjective.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 27, 2020:
So the behaviour of a creepy weirdo?
Religious Conservatives Lash Out at Kellogg’s Over “Anti-Christian” Cereal | Hemant Mehta | ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 26, 2020:
Trust the pig fucker, sorry (Fuc') Ken Ham, to make a fuss over this, miserable bastard has never gotten over being made a fool of by a banana on his own pod cast.
Can anyone explain the Nicene Convention (?)
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 26, 2020:
which one?
Here is a question for us Atheists.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 26, 2020:
The big squeeze of the previous iteration of the universe.
A compilation of various performers on the accordion.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 25, 2020:
K.C.: Do you think there are funny people and not-funny people? Benjy: Yes. Definitely. On the funny side there are the Marx Brothers, except Zeppo; the Ritz Brothers, no exceptions; both Laurel *and* Hardy; and Woody Woodpecker. On the unfunny side there's anyone who has ever played the accordion professionally. My Favorite Year (1982) by Norman Steinberg and Dennis Palumbo
I recall that the humane disposal of male chickens was to mince them live through an industrial ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 25, 2020:
DAMN this is all part of the plot to turn all the chickens GAY and produce GAY vaccines that will turn all our kids in to homosexual chicken fuckers!!!! IT happened with the frogs people and will happen to you too! You want a world filled with gay cluckers vacinated against hertosexual flu????
Beautiful, powerful, and truly wise!
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 24, 2020:
Utter nonsense. Rivers feed and fertilize the environment they are a form of natural irrigation. Trees produce fruit to reward animals for scatter their unknowingly consumed seeds and thus ensure survival of the species. The sun is a phenomenon and it's "shining" is the natural result of gravity, astrophysics and chemistry. Flowers produce fragrance to trick insects in to pollination again ensure survival of the species. Survival of the gene line and continuation of the ecosystem is the rule of nature, life is just a means to an end.
'Worship protest' expected to draw thousands to National Mall [thehill.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 24, 2020:
Natural selection in action.
What is the strangest thing ever said to you after hearing you’re an atheist?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 24, 2020:
No you're not, you just want to sin!
And they are everywhere
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 24, 2020:
wow
British journo nails it: ‘we have people being beheaded for showing cartoons.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 24, 2020:
It is akin to the "Discworld" police maxim that if you die by violence in "the Shades" area of the city by walking there alone late at night, your death will not be investigated, because you were not murdered, you effectively committed suicide.
Examine Your Existence- What am I doing with my life? Ft. Marcus Aurelius - YouTube
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 24, 2020:
More and more today "What am I doing with my life?" is a moot point replaced with "What am I being allowed to do with my life?"
The Best Response I can think of to "Jesus Matters."
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 22, 2020:
Reminds me of a sign on a local church when I was a boy **JESUS SAVES** Some one wrote underneath *But Keegan put in in on the rebound!* UK football fans will get it.
I am feeling a lot of 3 today...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 22, 2020:
4 definitely 4
TERRINE tə-REEN Part of speech: noun Origin: French, early 18th century 1: A meat, fish, or...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 22, 2020:
A Terrine is the food stuff, the vessel in which it is served is a Tureen. Except in France where the same word is used for both.
Credit is a financial tool used by people who don't know how to manage or budget their money.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 22, 2020:
I will never have another credit card as long as I live, evil things.
Just a thought So the America I loved still exists, if not in the White House or the Supreme ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 22, 2020:
Just to add context, this was written during a time when the administration was trying to prohibit the sale and library stocking of "Unsuitable" books. Nationwide in the US librarians refused to be dictated to as to what could and could not be read for political reasons even under threat of dismissal and arrest. Unfortunately the same is now happening again with censorship of information available on the net, meaning that libraries are once again the only truly free source of free information.
How much would it cost consumers to give farmworkers a significant raise?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 21, 2020:
Most farms in teh UK sell a proportion of their produce in bulk directly to the public at road side or in markets, restaurants and so forth
[msn.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 21, 2020:
And this is a surprise because...?
Another trumpster projecting his wildest desires. [deadstate.org]
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 21, 2020:
Yeah, erm, right. More Sherry vicar?
A Polish Gym Rebranded as a Church to Avoid Coronavirus Restrictions
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 21, 2020:
**Don't do that. Don't lie. Not here. This is a gym. This is gay church.** — Will Truman Will & Grace series 4 epissode 11
Can we choose a responder or group of responders for religious zealots who try and annoy us by ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 21, 2020:
How about ignoring them?
I have always thought that A.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 20, 2020:
Very much depends on your definition of evil, it is a very sloppy and subjective word that has like many others been hijacked by religion to literally cover a multitude of "sins". Evil cannot be the opposite of good because again good is so poorly and subjectively defined. It is not precisely synonymous (no pun intended) with "Bad" or Wicked" or "Mischievous" or "naughty". Evil is more of a personal concept of that which is personally derogatory or dangerous or has deliberate negative intent against the life, well being or personal preferences of the individual making the assessment or in this case something perceived as negatively impacting on life and wellbeing generally of those living in a state of mutually approved and defined normality. Evil like good, perfection and right and wrong is more of a concept, you know it when you see it, but often it will not be universally accepted as such. The battle between pro-life and Pro-choice movements is a prime example with each side decrying the other as the very epitome of evil, and yet with both sides completely agreeing with the merits of their opponents stand point in ANY OTHER context.
Stumps Lancashire dialect for feet.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 20, 2020:
I do wonder if in this context Stump is an anglicization of the German word Strumphs which means stockings, tights or leggings, as opposed to being anything too do with the English Stump meaning a left over part of a felled tree or amputated limb or the verb to stump (up) meaning to pay out on a wager.
Stumps Lancashire dialect for feet.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 20, 2020:
Same here, similar to "up on y' pins" Also stumping about, meant to walk with a heavy gait.
ELDRITCH.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 20, 2020:
Some feel it comes from the proto Indo European El-regs meaning other (el) realms (regs).
To be the messiah, Jesus had to have descended from israel, right?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 19, 2020:
I was always taught Joseph was Mary's first cousin so they had the same granddad and that is why Jesus had the right to to the Title King of the Jews. So by 'consanguineous' incest, well that's all right then.
Biden and Trump Say They're Fighting for America's 'Soul.' What Does That Mean?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 19, 2020:
They both ordered the fish but the kitchen only has one?
[rawstory.com] GOOD NEWS?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 19, 2020:
Could only be better if the mic cut off was also linked to a shock collar around captain combover's neck.
Mardy adjective grumpy or moody; sulky.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 19, 2020:
Mardy is an anglicization of Mardi meaning Tuesday in many European languages, to be in a Mardi mood is to be miserable because most of the working week is still ahead and the resting of the sabbath so very far away.
So WORD has indeed inspired me.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 19, 2020:
**Why don't we make a strike system where once someone gets so many complaints by level 7s or above they simply get booted from the site?** Because such a system would be open to such blatant abuse, within a week there would be no one left on the site.
A family member told me about seeing a bumper sticker that said, "Lower expectations mean a happier ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 18, 2020:
Reminds me of a quote from the film Ishtar (1987) *It takes a lot of nerve to have nothing at your age, don't you understand that? Most guys'd be ashamed, but you've got the guts to just say 'to hell with it'. You say that you'd rather have nothing than settle for less, understand?*
Here's something fun to test yourself.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 18, 2020:
I got 88% but I was more than half way through before I realized it was using the Douay Rheims Roman Catholic translation of the Bible for questions about the number of books in each testament and the number of (supposed) authors, plus there are couple of questions that are simply wrong.
Once I said to a dear Christian friend: “Suppose there really is no God, and suppose I had it ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 18, 2020:
For the honest person the most bitter of truths is necessarily preferably to the sweetest of lies.
I’d like to get members opinions and thoughts and feelings about agnostic theists; of which I am ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 17, 2020:
If you don't know something to be true, then the default position is to assume it isn't. You do not KNOW there is not a nun's habit wearing purple invisible intangible giant hedgehog shitting invisible, intangible big macs all over your front room carpet, but I am pretty damn sure you are not agnostic about that. You do not know that Leonard Nimoy was not the second coming of Christ who instead of saving the world decided to make sci fi movies instead and just never told anyone and refrained from performing miracles becaus they gave him chronic IBS, but I am pretty damn sure you are not agnostic about that either. What makes the ridiculous claims of Christianity any less bull shit, than any other bull shit claim? Nothing, so why make a special pleading claim for ir?
Dear Hatred, I trust this letter finds you well.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 17, 2020:
Pretty words Would that they were true. Love has never won a war, suppressed a dictator, overthrown a regime, ended a conflict, or brought peace. It is perfectly possible to love a dictator, love war and to love a bigoted doctrine and many do. Because it is a fundamental mistake to presume that Love is the opposite of hate, it is not. Love is the other side of the same coin, it is just as powerful and just as dangerous, love and hate can turn in to one another in the blink of an eye. Compassion is the healer after hate is defeated, not love. Empathy not love is the mother of compassion. The true opposite of hate is outrage.
Was Ayn Rand inspired by Friedrich Nietzsche?
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 16, 2020:
As a philosopher, Rand was a half way decent novelist, with no talent for narrative but a superb talent for creating despicable 3d characters.
Chaffering-haggling, dealing-Victorian literary usage
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 16, 2020:
Chaffering-haggling, literally means to cut a deal Chaffering as defined by @Marionville below and old English "Haggling" from haggler "a clumsy workman" derived from haggen "to chop roughly or to hack" Later shortened to simply Haggle to negotiate a cut price.
onomatopoeia - crash, bang, rustle, whisper, pow, kapow, wallop, meow, woof, moo, neigh, sigh, when ...
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 16, 2020:
clap, clap, clap. :)
Throughout my life, I've had to slowly learn that Perfection doesn't exist.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 16, 2020:
"God is Perfect and Makes No Mistakes"? explain these then, apple pizza & chocolate flavour potato crisps/chips
Throughout my life, I've had to slowly learn that Perfection doesn't exist.
LenHazell53 comments on Oct 15, 2020:
Perfection is not a destination, it is a road to be traveled. Master Po Kung Fu 1972

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