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I may not be "a great man", but I like to think I'm a good one. I'm not someone who goes out seeking adventures by myself just for the heck of it, but I have never shirked the chance either. (Please note the adventurous fedora and the long coat, the sure signs of a reckless and bold spirit, what more need I say?)

My daughter comes first, but she knows Dad is trying to meet someone and have a little adult fun sometimes. She's cool with it.

I'm looking for someone who writes in complete sentences and uses commas, someone who doesn't mind my singing and will potentially join in, and someone who might join in a moonlight swim someday. Hopefully someone who appreciates a "Dad bod", which apparently is what I have.

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Trump Supporters Form Human ‘Wall’ Along U.S.-Mexico Border | HuffPost
Paul4747 comments on Feb 11, 2019:
I support this wall. Leave 'em there for the next ten or twenty years. In fact, add some more, all the way along the border. I'll bet they could be stacked 15 feet high if they tried.
More on the atrocity known as American International gangsterism: [commondreams.org] More ...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 11, 2019:
And I suppose "American Gangsterism" forced Maduro to erect blockades to keep aid shipments out of the country. https://www.npr.org/2019/02/08/692698637/humanitarian-aid-arrives-for-venezuela-but-maduro-blocks-it The regime change is coming from within Venezuela. Maduro, a dictator, replaced Chavez, a dictator. Guaido has been recognized under the rules of Venezuela's own constitution as Maduro's legitimate successor. My advice; get over it. Nobody is proposing an invasion.
[youtube.com] Liberal indoctrination station caught on film. This is why they want free tuition. ...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 11, 2019:
That would have been really demonstrative of something if you could hear a word the lecturer was saying. Interesting hand gestures, though.
Hack your life with WD-40 ??? [giveitlove.com]
Paul4747 comments on Feb 11, 2019:
I wonder who came up with the phrase "hack your life" and how we can make them stop...
"The entire capital of our bankers, merchants, manufacturers and large landowners is nothing but the...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 10, 2019:
Instinctively, I want to say there's something wrong with this statement as a whole. Merchants sell things. In order to buy things, somewhere along the way, *somebody *got paid for their labor. We can argue about whether that compensation was fair or not (and I frequently argue that it needs to be higher in our present age), but it *was* paid. Manufacturers make things and sell things; same principle. Landowners don't just produce money from thin air, they employ people and pay them. For all the considerable financial finagling that goes on (and it *is* considerable), we've found no better system than capitalism. What we need is a system of government, like those in the Scandinavian nations, that limits the excesses of the system and provides a safety net to protect people from the worst consequences of failure. Not a socialist government, but democratic socialism.
Take a picture of your face and post it below
Paul4747 comments on Feb 10, 2019:
Look to the left. That's as good as I get.
Who’s seen The Phantom of the Opera (2004)? IMO it’s a dreadful film. Gerard Butler was ...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 10, 2019:
My daughter watched it quite a lot about 5 years ago. I found it too full of singing. Don't operas have any speaking parts in them? Anyone who wants to *really* know my feelings about the world of opera should read Terry Pratchett's *Maskerade*. It pokes holes relentlessly in all the cliches of opera. For instance, that big chandelier is just too dramatic for its own good....
ASK A QUESTION -- FOR A FRIEND - What's a fair price for a pair of Kim Kardashian's panties? ...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 9, 2019:
I will pay you $20 to burn them, please, should they ever come near me.
did you ever have that feeling
Paul4747 comments on Feb 9, 2019:
I thought we were going into a York Peppermint Patty commercial... I was lucky enough to be raised as a generic, non-churched "Jesus loves you and be nice to kids, pets and old people" Christian, but nothing more than that. I escaped the heavy indoctrination of Sunday school or bible-thumping, and I was encouraged to read whatever I wanted. I credit Joseph Campbell for helping me see that all religions are equivalent, and science for helping me see that they're all pretty much equally impossible.
The popular DNA ancestry kits/results aren't supported by the science.
Paul4747 comments on Feb 9, 2019:
Everybody's DNA ancestry winds up in Africa, eventually. What more do you need to know? These companies are capitalizing on our more rootless culture, in a time when families have split up and spread across the country and sometimes around the world, as opposed to decades ago when several generations of an extended family might live in the same town and have family history and lore at their fingertips. They also (in their ads) appeal those who want to "trace" their DNA back across the ocean to families broken up by the slave trade. Since DNA has at best a tenuous connection to national origin, all this strikes me as promising much more than they can deliver.
What are you doing this Saturday night?
Paul4747 comments on Feb 9, 2019:
Hosting my daughter for Movie Night
Due to the overwhelming hatred of Trump on this site, would you vote for the genius Ocasio Cortez ...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 9, 2019:
Your biased poll is biased.
Republicans , the super-wealthy, and those aspiring to be super-wealthy are screaming bloody murder ...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 9, 2019:
You don't have to be that old to know history. Republicans have always said that raising the top rate stifles growth, and cutting taxes stimulates the economy. The top individual rate in the '50s was 91% and corporate profits were taxed at over 40%, yet we had average GDP growth around 5%. The Bush tax cuts were followed by more recession. Am I suggesting a causal relationship between raising the top tax rate and economic growth? No, of course not. But Republicans suggest a direct relationship between lowering the top rate and economic growth, when there is no such correlation. It's merely an article of faith for them. Their disdain for any taxes, period, makes them grasp at this straw. Atheist Republicans, in particular, should be more clear-minded than to follow the Prosperity Gospel of the religious right. The wealthy are not "better", they're just rich. The super-wealthy are not "entitled" to avoid taxes through legal tricks like capital gains avoidance, write-offs, and other means to which the middle class don't have access because they live paycheck to paycheck.
Prior to World War One, it was thought that the machine gun was such an awful and powerful weapon ...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 9, 2019:
All we can say is that it's worked so far. Fools believe that a nuclear war could be winnable. The truth is, everyone would lose.
Democratic House Chair Purposely Omits “So Help Me God” When Administering Oath | Hemant Mehta |...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 9, 2019:
Good for her, good for our country. I deliberately omitted "So help me God" when I testified at my divorce hearing...
Just saying
Paul4747 comments on Feb 9, 2019:
I'll give you agreement on this one.
The absolute truth
Paul4747 comments on Feb 9, 2019:
64% of Americans own their own homes... Capitalism is the worst economic system in the world, apart from all the others.
This zoo will name a cockroach after your ex, then feed it to a meerkat on Valentine's Day? ...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 9, 2019:
The St. Valentine's Day Massacre?
"I'm not afraid of Artificial Intelligence. I'm afraid of Artificial Stupidity" Eric Idle.
Paul4747 comments on Feb 9, 2019:
I never wanted to read this post in the first place. I always wanted to be... *a LUMBERJACK!!!!!*
My philosophy homework disappeared.
Paul4747 comments on Feb 9, 2019:
Is there a "one person per sunset" rule where you live?
While certain people were joyed at her clap at trump I wonder how y’all feel about her clapping at...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 9, 2019:
Your source for this is Rio Slade. Who in the festering frak is Rio Slade and what does she know about Speaker Pelosi's plans for the future? I join the majority here in throwing the yellow flag of BS.
Liam Neeson: Us and them. Last night's conversation between Joe Rogan and Sam Harris explores this ...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 9, 2019:
But, as Ryan Reynolds notes in *Deadpool*, Liam Neeson let his family get kidnapped like three times now, he's a horrible father. Just a bad example all around. :D
A Facebook friend of mine put up a Bowie fan page and invited me to join. I like Bowie even though I...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 9, 2019:
None of what follows excuses the above; but it is a matter of historical truth that the elites get away with behavior that would make us mere commoners shrivel with shame to even contemplate. It's been that way since Ancient Greece at least. Probably even in the earliest human tribal arrangements, the chief and his family got to do whatever they wanted, but the average hunter would get his ass beat for looking at the wrong gatherer. Look at mythology; the Gods of every religion carry on the way most human beings wish they could in the matter of smiting enemies and appearing as bulls, golden showers, etc. It's not surprising that humans at a godlike level of influence and power comport themselves just as shamelessly. The ride usually goes on until the public catches wind of something *really* over the top, at which point the story becomes, "How the mighty have fallen". And the more entertaining the individual is perceived to be, the more grievous the infraction necessary to bring them down. Just look at "Grab them by the pussy" Trump. That his own party did not disown him at that point says horrible things about their hierarchy; that 46.1% of voters cast their vote for him says even worse things about America. Just my opinion. I guess.
How do I get out of jury duty?
Paul4747 comments on Feb 9, 2019:
You could always try robbing a liquor store if nothing else works for you. Not that it would get you out of court, but it would get you out of the *jury* box.
Ever notice how Christians are always crying persecution, but are the main ones damning people to ...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 8, 2019:
There are three times as many churches as public schools in the United States, and yet they have the gall to claim they're being persecuted... :|
What's the one line that made red flags pop up and your brain say... "deal breaker"? There have ...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 8, 2019:
When she mentioned how her ex was going through a tough time and so was staying at her place for now. Along with her alcoholic father-in-law. This was on the second date...
I asked a couple people, both genders, about some sextual . One female declined then thanked me for ...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 8, 2019:
Your standards of proof are abysmal. From someone saying "I don't want to see a nude picture of you, thanks anyway", you've deduced the existence of an entire "rape culture"?
We should be having sex. [newsweek.com]
Paul4747 comments on Feb 8, 2019:
I think the link in there about female dragonflies faking their own deaths to avoid males is a little over the top on their part. Although, wasn't there a Seinfeld episode where someone did basically the same thing to avoid George...
We should be having sex. [newsweek.com]
Paul4747 comments on Feb 8, 2019:
Okay. Oh, there was a news link there too....
May I ask the men why it is that you give your penis a name? Do you view it as a separate entity ...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 8, 2019:
I've never had a nickname for it. Unless "It" counts as a nickname.
John Dingell you will be well remembered.
Paul4747 comments on Feb 8, 2019:
Read his name so many times in the old Detroit Free Press. And now the Freep is gone too. (Merged with the News, but still.)
This site is sooooo cool.. fun intelligent people and so many interesting posts and articles.. wish ...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 8, 2019:
Welcome to our corner of the Internets... we are an odd, yet friendly people, and not at all timid about welcoming strangers.
What was your most absurd first date?
Paul4747 comments on Feb 8, 2019:
I think, when she stated up front that we were getting separate checks, I knew that she wasn't interested in me. As if she thought that I was the kind who believed paying for a meal would entitle me to something afterward. Maybe she thinks all men believe that? But anyway, I got to hear about her previous dates, as I recall, and that was nice, and she quizzed me about why I still wore a college ring at my age (why not? it's my Master's degree, the only ring I ever got myself) and I got to watch her drink, she went outside for a cigarette a couple times during dinner... and then we parted with a hearty "I'll call".... knowing neither of us would call. And guess what? We never did.
What was your most absurd first date?
Paul4747 comments on Feb 8, 2019:
So, from "very liberal" to just "liberal"... :D
I keep thinking this has to have a punch line. Any takers? Or anybody read one or hear one ...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 8, 2019:
.... and the Ephesian ducks under it
Neuroscientist Sam Harris on Our Misconceptions About Free Will and How Acknowledging Its ...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 8, 2019:
"Without free will, sinners and criminals would be nothing more than poorly calibrated clockwork, and any conception of justice that emphasized punishing them (rather than deterring, rehabilitating, or merely containing them) would appear utterly incongruous. And those of us who work hard and follow the rules would not 'deserve' our success in any deep sense. It is not an accident that most people find these conclusions abhorrent. " Yes, that's correct. It is abhorrent. Take the bit about "sinners" out of there (since there's nobody to sin against) and I agree completely. He's saying a murderer had no choice but to commit murder, a rapist had no choice but to rape, a thief had no choice but to steal. That is (I cannot emphasize enough) **utterly ridiculous**. Under what circumstances is a criminal forced to commit a crime? Deter, rehabilitate, absolutely. By "contain" does he mean (Gasp!) "imprison"? Well, that's a punishment by any standards. Let's not beat about the bush; taking away someone's freedom is a punishment. And is he also saying that it is by some biochemical device that a person works 80 hour weeks, kisses the ass of the boss for ten years, and rises through the ranks rather than go home at the end of 8 hours and watch the telly? That there's no choice involved? That's very convenient for people like me, I'm not a lazy unmotivated bastard who hates the clowns in the front office, it's just that I have no free will! I *had to *go home at quitting time! I can't volunteer for overtime, I have no free will!! What school did this guy go to, anybody?
This is a clear sign of delusion and the host gets uncomfortable with his crazy talk. It amazes me ...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 8, 2019:
Is that thing on his head tinfoil?
So, I have a question on which I would like to hear other's thoughts...let me preface the question ...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 8, 2019:
This is a very difficult question for me personally, as I work in the criminal justice system. But I have to say there are gradations and nuances to this. As pointed out somewhere below, "age of consent" is something that varies from nation to nation and from century to century, even currently from state to state in the US. I think the more age difference between the individuals, the less we get to call it a "Romeo and Juliet" case and the more it has to be called a consent violation. A 16 year old and a 14 year old are really not that different emotionally. There's no firm line we can point to and say, "You are now an adult". A 20-year-old with that same person? Now we're talking about a different case. That's a difference of almost half the younger person's life. I found it squick-inducing when the 50+ Hugh Hefner slept with 18-year-old Playmates. Were those girls emotionally mature enough to make the decision to sleep with a man older than their fathers? Was he a pedophile who just waited for girls to turn 18? At a certain point it becomes moot, and yet we still look at a man of my age in a funny way if he dates a woman half his age, or a woman dating a younger man. There's a stigma to having a relationship with someone too far away from your own age, even when that person is "of age". There are genetic and evolutionary reasons for humans (and all animals) to avoid incest; the gene pool suffers when inbreeding takes place. It's also true that incest is practiced throughout the animal kingdom, regardless. It's evident that there is some combination of genetic programming and cultural pressures that are present in the majority of the population, and absent in a small minority, that results in a fairly consistent level of incest occurring. I think the same is probably true of pedophilia. We'll almost certainly never have the kind of study that would clarify this, due to the social stigma that's attached to the issue... and if we have no true idea of the cause, we'll never have a true idea of how to prevent more young people from becoming victims.
Obscure TV series that should get more attention. "Corner Gas" - so damn funny and wholesome, you ...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 7, 2019:
*Firefly*... oh, wait, crap, FOX killed it off way back when. I'm STILL hoping for a revival in some form or another. I'm a fool, I know, but anything's possible
Meeting with my lover this morning, he tells me how he feels about women. He tells me that since a ...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 7, 2019:
Good for you... I'm happy to know you're happy. And good for him too! He's a lucky fella.
Who has had a positive relationship with a father/mother-in-law?
Paul4747 comments on Feb 7, 2019:
My in-laws were just right, even after the divorce. I went to my ex-MIL's bedside in the hospital when she was dying, along with the rest of the family. I still love them.
This goes for romantic relationships, but it also applies to family members, I have regretfully ...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 7, 2019:
Yeah.... it seems to go for my ex-wife. I mean, good for her that the divorce didn't tear her up or anything, but it says it all about the marriage, doesn't it?
Lets just put it out there and own it... Pro-Choice or Anti-Choice
Paul4747 comments on Feb 7, 2019:
Yep... because everyone is pro-life. It's about choice, not about "life".
How do you have sex with someone without sexualizing them? In other words, how do you have ...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 7, 2019:
Um.... that's a tricky one I'll get back to you after I've had some sex with someone. I can't remember how it goes right now.
I'd love to hear from single adults who live alone by choice. Do you think there any truth to the ...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 7, 2019:
There are certain people on internet forums that I could not tolerate for over ten seconds in person... and they know who they are... :D
The Book of Revelation
Paul4747 comments on Feb 6, 2019:
Well now I'm scared...
Trump Has Nothing Left to Say
Paul4747 comments on Feb 6, 2019:
Not only do we have more women in the workforce, we have more *everybody* in the workforce. Because of a bigger population. Which apparently Trump's trying to take credit for too. Thanks, President Obama! Now that your recovery is over, it's time for the Trump recession....
l don't know.... is there a point where the people just say ''stop'' to gov. overreach? [bbc.com]
Paul4747 comments on Feb 6, 2019:
Just so you know, gov.overreach is not a website. I think this, **right now**, is the point where people (starting with me) just say **stop writing every phrase with a hash tag or pound sign or as if it's a web address. It doesn't give it any added significance, it just means you can't write in standard English.**
The Republican Party
Paul4747 comments on Feb 6, 2019:
Shouldn't that read "Since 1980"? (said the historian)
Don't ever eat a clock. It's too time consuming. :P
Paul4747 comments on Feb 6, 2019:
Oh, *clock*. Don't eat a *clock*. At first I thought it said... Right. Clock. Got it. Never mind...
Marked Safe! Avoided all 1980's blackface parties in Virginia.
Paul4747 comments on Feb 6, 2019:
Things like this are the reason I basically have avoided the South as much as I could all my life. I mean, I don't want to stereotype an entire region, but... I've never heard of a "blackface party" anywhere BUT the South since, like, the 1800s. I don't get it.
All Hail Nancy...RAWR Share your Nancy(L) memes here! ? worth the click -> [twitter.com]
Paul4747 comments on Feb 6, 2019:
I wish I'd seen it live, so I could tell if that was a slow clap...
Supernatural VS Atheist
Paul4747 comments on Feb 6, 2019:
I *want* to believe in an afterlife where we get to be with the people we love, love the people we never got to be with, have all the second chances we needed, and be our perfect selves... in other words, Heaven but without the heavy religious overtones. Since I want to believe in it so much, I'm certain it isn't there, except in dreams. The best I can do is work toward being my best right now.
I read LaVey's Satanic Bible recently. The philosophical parts mostly made sense to me, but what's ...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 6, 2019:
I'm sorry, I can't get behind the Satanist stuff either. It's too often an excuse for people who like to do creepy shit to stray cats. And since there's no God, how can there be a Satan? Come on.
What do you do for 'self' care?
Paul4747 comments on Feb 6, 2019:
I see my massage therapist every other week. Plus there's masturbating, I guess...
The Donald himself said that an innocent person wouldn't have to spend so much time defending ...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 6, 2019:
If my Dick looked like that...
I have to point out that the one thing I hate the most about Trump is how he keeps attempting to ...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 6, 2019:
That people actually take him seriously...
Colorado runner killed mountain lion with his bare hands
Paul4747 comments on Feb 6, 2019:
Without reading the story, I'm thinking, Chuck Norris on vacation?
Lest we forget the Cold War Those of us who lived through the Cold War remember what it was like ...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 6, 2019:
Our present CinC is not intellectually prepared for a stiff game of Risk. An opposing head of state flatters him, gives a convincing imitation of sincerity and a firm handshake, and Trump "knows what's in his soul". A year later and we have Russia violating the INF treaty because Putin knows Trump won't call him out on it.
It just baffles me that so many of the liberals think Trump pulling out of the that idiot Obama’s ...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 5, 2019:
Number one: you use the word "idiot" of our former President. Barack Obama graduated from Occidental College, Columbia University, and Harvard Law School, then was Lecturer and Senior Lecturer of constitutional law at the University of Chicago Law School before being elected Senator and President. None of those are consistent with the characterization "idiot". (Trump has a BSc in Economics from Wharton and ran a telemarketing "university".) Number two: the deal with Iran to give them back their own money was actually working. Now that the US has withdrawn, Iran is threatening to resume weapons-grade uranium enrichment. Who's the idiot in this scenario?
That bobbing, groveling, ignorant side of the room terrifies me, disgusts me. How did we let this ...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 5, 2019:
Appeal to people's fear, greed, and stupidity. Keep repeating a loud, simple lie, instead of telling a complicated truth. Above all, give them someone else to blame and tell them you have a simple solution- punish the bad guys.
Lot of positive things from SOTU tonight
Paul4747 comments on Feb 5, 2019:
Name three.
My response when I'm told I can't understand the Bible.
Paul4747 comments on Feb 3, 2019:
It's hard to understand unless your disbelief is suspended about, let's say, up at ceiling level. Also, put your critical thinking on hold and take your brain off the hook; if reality wants you, it will call back.
Trump disapproval nears 60% in some polls--mid 50's in the rest [realclearpolitics.com]
Paul4747 comments on Feb 3, 2019:
And yet, somehow, in the Iowa poll, Trump beats every Democrat but Joe Biden in a theoretical race for President. This just goes to show how fucking Red and how far out of touch Iowa is. At this point, ANY Democrat is preferable to Trump. You could name 50 percent of *Republicans* and *they* would be preferable to Trump. The main qualifications for President right now are, 1) not a convicted felon, 2) not adjudicated mentally ill, 3) not Donald Trump.
“That's when you know you've found somebody really special. When you can just shut the fuck up for...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 2, 2019:
There's a difference between sharing a silence and having nothing to say.
That's so cute. He doesn't know the difference between race and religion. Then again, show me a ...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 2, 2019:
Ummm..... I hate to be the first to tell you, but Islam *is* a religion. "Is·lam /isˈläm, izˈläm/ noun the religion of the Muslims, a monotheistic faith regarded as revealed through Muhammad as the Prophet of Allah."
Miriam Adelson was awarded Medal of Freedom after donating $500k to Trump aides’ legal expenses ...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 2, 2019:
How much to get my picture on the $1 bill?
I have always said that all Muslims are dangerous if they are given the opportunity,something close ...
Paul4747 comments on Feb 2, 2019:
Okay, you've done it. You've made me join your group just to reply to a single post. Have any of you actually read the Christian Bible or the OT? They're no less exclusionary than the Q'uran. They call for no more or less than the destruction of those who don't believe, especially in the books of the Torah. Anyone who thinks Christians and the West have the moral high ground are mistaken. Let's look at G.W. Bush, who called the war against Al Qaeda a "crusade". Let's look at that fine Xian Ann Coulter, who said we should "invade their countries, kill their leaders and convert them to Christianity". Let's look at all those who want to make Christianity the official state religion here in America, regardless of what the Constitution says. *Every single religion* in the modern world (with the exception of the Unitarian Universalists and possibly one or two of which I'm not aware) proclaims itself as the *sole truth* and predicts fire and death for infidels. They also go about trying to provide this fire and death in the current world, not being satisfied with waiting for the afterlife. It was Lebanese Christian Phalangist militia who massacred up to 3500 civilians under the eyes of their Israeli allies in 1982 (the Sabra and Shatila massacre). An anonymous inflammatory anecdote cut and paste from somewhere on the internet proves only that idiots post shit on the internet. Thanks for proving that once again.
US stops all aid to Palestinians in West Bank and Gaza - BBC News
Paul4747 comments on Feb 2, 2019:
All as a consequence of a politically-motivated act of the last (Republican) Congress, who are normally as anti-lawyer as you can get, but wanted to make it possible for Americans to sue foreign governments for alleged complicity in terrorist acts. Now the Palestinian Authority doesn't want our aid because it would make them eligible to be dragged into court in a lawsuit. And yet the Republicans don't want to participate in the International Criminal Courts because our commanders could be charged with war crimes...
Would you pay extra taxes so that all can get health care?
Paul4747 comments on Feb 2, 2019:
I'm betting it would cost less than my for-profit insurance premiums right now. A lot less.
Why do men save badly worn-out clothes?
Paul4747 comments on Feb 1, 2019:
1) They're so comfortable. 2) Now that my local K Mart is out of business, it's hard to find pants in my size without driving an hour round trip to the Big & Tall shop, where I would pay a premium price. So I wear khakis that are 12 years old. I know, I need to get on that diet...
Donald Trump's Spiritual Adviser Paula White Suggests People Send Her Their January Salary or Face ...
Paul4747 comments on Jan 31, 2019:
So, she says she's making a 1 month donation of her own... to- who exactly? Herself??? How is this a sacrifice for her??
The beautiful lady @MimzyV left Islam..found her pic's on twitter.she gave wonder ful message ...
Paul4747 comments on Jan 31, 2019:
How can a religion go around covering up women? Don't they know what they're missing??
It has just come to my attention that the 26th of January is not only the date Australia celebrates ...
Paul4747 comments on Jan 29, 2019:
So what's your opinion of Neville "Peace In Our Time" Chamberlain?
Are all things either objective or subjective?
Paul4747 comments on Jan 29, 2019:
I'm commenting only because I deserve the point for reading through that mess.
Noted religious scholar thinks we need more bible study. @realDonaldTrump: Numerous states ...
Paul4747 comments on Jan 28, 2019:
Best part of that feed is: "The President who openly admitted to having never asked God for forgiveness for anything, who called a book of the Bible "Two Corinthians," and who had an affair with a porn star and a playmate while his third wife nursed his fifth child....is excited about Bible literacy"
"Black Panther" Wins Top Prize at SAG Awards
Paul4747 comments on Jan 28, 2019:
"A huge win for diversity" maybe. Not a huge win for great filmmaking. It was no better than many other comic book movies this year, certainly no better than *Infinity War*.
Pentagon documents the military's growing domestic drone use! The Pentagon recorded 11 domestic...
Paul4747 comments on Jan 28, 2019:
That's a very misleading stock photo. I'm dead certain that the missions requested by California and Oregon were not carrying 1000 lb GPS-guided bombs. I'm sure they were for reconnaissance purposes only.
Noted religious scholar thinks we need more bible study. @realDonaldTrump: Numerous states ...
Paul4747 comments on Jan 28, 2019:
Funny thing... the same people who urge Bible study are those who would slit your throat for a nickel. Have they ever read the thing themselves? Or are they just paying lip service? (Hint: the answer is "B: lip service")
American Heart Association Is Silent On Heart Cancer And Irregular Heart Rate Risks From Cell ...
Paul4747 comments on Jan 28, 2019:
I'm sorry, I'm paralyzed by not caring very much.
CENSORSHIP Wins! This Round As YouTube Now Deems Conspiracy Videos “BORDERLINE CONTENT” By...
Paul4747 comments on Jan 28, 2019:
First off, that's not censorship. The government censors. It's a private company and everyone who subscribes or posts agrees to the terms of service. Second, it's not a bad thing that fantasy videos about Obama and Hillary being pawns of George Soros to sell us all to Israel are getting a closer look. Or videos about vaccinations causing Downe syndrome. Or you name the conspiracy.
If someone states they hate the ballet, or video games, or art, or any number of other things no one...
Paul4747 comments on Jan 28, 2019:
I hate sport...
[yahoo.com] Trump attacks Fox News Reporters for reporting Fake News on him. Is Trump losing it ...
Paul4747 comments on Jan 28, 2019:
He also claimed to have a 50% job approval rating with Hispanic voters, which rang alarm bells with me. Turns out (https://www.pbs.org/newshour/politics/fact-checking-trumps-claim-that-he-has-a-50-percent-approval-rating-among-latinos) this came from a poll including only 153 Latinos, with an almost 10% margin of error.
It's public holiday here today. Australia Day celebration. The Aboriginal people want the date ...
Paul4747 comments on Jan 28, 2019:
Alas, as an historian, I would be one of the "salt in the wound" brigade. You don't go around forgetting history because people don't like it. Tell the whole story, instead.
Evangelical Christians Helped Elect Donald Trump, but Their Time as a Major Political Force Is ...
Paul4747 comments on Jan 28, 2019:
They're going to hell for it, too (except, y'know, for the fact that there is no such place...). (Well, there's Hell Michigan, but I don't want to encourage them to come up here...)
Cruel Christians Leave Fake $20 Tips Promoting Jesus | Michael Stone
Paul4747 comments on Jan 28, 2019:
Christians- Doing "good deeds" whether or not we want them
Pirate humor
Paul4747 comments on Jan 28, 2019:
Most people think a pirate's favorite letter of the alphabet is "R" Actually, 'tis the "C"
IF YOU CHOOSE TO LOVE AN AWAKENED WOMAN If you choose to love an awakened woman, understand that ...
Paul4747 comments on Jan 27, 2019:
Well, that was fun
do you believe in destiny
Paul4747 comments on Jan 27, 2019:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P0WapDCR9fg
What is it?
Paul4747 comments on Jan 26, 2019:
This picture of cougar tracks next to a boot was on Google. Similar? Edit: Very similar to my eye. I think cougar.
Number Of Witches Rises Dramatically Across U.S. As Millennials Reject Christianity
Paul4747 comments on Jan 26, 2019:
At least they had the sense to put a hex on Trump...
Number Of Witches Rises Dramatically Across U.S. As Millennials Reject Christianity
Paul4747 comments on Jan 26, 2019:
But how can you spot a witch? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zrzMhU_4m-g
Slate Ann Coulter on Her Support of Trump: “OK, I’m a Very Stupid Girl”
Paul4747 comments on Jan 26, 2019:
Let's be clear, she's not admitting that supporting Trump was stupid; she's saying she was stupid to believe his promises not to fold on the Wall standoff.
Why would anybody vote for the looney democrats??
Paul4747 comments on Jan 26, 2019:
1) No problem with that. 2) In 1954, under Eisenhower, the top tax rate was 75%. If we adjust for inflation, that would apply to couples making over $465,000. That year, the Dow returned to its 1929 high. The next year, GDP growth was 7.1%. What was your problem again? 3) If by "shield" you mean "use the legal process that has been in place since the Reagan administration", then this makes sense. In the sense *you* probably mean, though, it's just ridiculous. 4) Define what's being proposed. Don't just use the words "gun control" like they're the bogeyman. 5) Ha ha ha haaaa..... No...
Not only was Edison a thief, he was a murderer too. [m.ranker.com]
Paul4747 comments on Jan 26, 2019:
You obviously missed the part of the article that said: "Though the company did bear this name, Thomas Edison had nothing to do with its founding or management." And: "The SPCA and Edison Electric Illuminating Co. both contributed to the event, but *no actual proof exists that would indicate Edison's presence*. And: "Many sites claim that he not only filmed but also personally orchestrated her slaughter, though historians agree that *this information is fallacious.*" In conclusion: Gr8 b8 m8.
To the surviving people of Palestine; I am truly so very sorry that you, your families, your ...
Paul4747 comments on Jan 26, 2019:
And yet posting this apology, without even a mention of all the deaths caused by those who think there should be no such nation as Israel, is disingenuous at best. How many civilians did the Intifada kill? How many children? How many people have been killed by suicide bombers and random attacks on restaurants and hotels? There are plenty of innocent victims on all sides. The root of the problem is religion; the belief that "God" granted one side or the other exclusive claim to a piece of territory, along with the right to exterminate all who deny that claim. The best way, in fact the only way, to end the bloodshed is to spread rationalism and oppose the vile preachers and their followers who have turned the Middle East into a charnel house.
You know, once 45 has been removed from office, I think we should do like the ancient Egyptians used...
Paul4747 comments on Jan 26, 2019:
Can we bury him under a Trump pyramid?
Wakey wakey
Paul4747 comments on Jan 26, 2019:
That reminds me... I'd better get some sleep so I can be first in line at the laundry room. Bloody cheapskate landlords have only 1 washer and dryer for 10 apartments, and if I don't get there first it'll be 8 hours before I can get my turn.
This is homemade "wine" in pineapple & apple/orange flavour. Does anyone else make it, & how do you ...
Paul4747 comments on Jan 26, 2019:
If you want authentic prison spud juice, add some chunks of potato in there for extra fermentation. Store next to a heat source and make sure to vent it regularly. You can also make it in bulk, use 5 gallon trash cans lined with garbage bags, then strain and pour out into pop bottles for individual sale. You can also make a Bloody Mary equivalent with spaghetti sauce mix as a base. The key is as much stolen sugar and other ingredients from the kitchens as you can get your hands on. I've also frequently found 60-gallon bin liners inside duffel bags, half full of the brew, with a plastic straw arrangement so it vents itself. I'm sorry... 19 years working inside has made me a little cynical about this subject. Maybe more than a little.
Kellyanne Conway looks like a heroin addict. That is all.
Paul4747 comments on Jan 26, 2019:
Lying for other people has to really take a toll on a person. I almost feel sorry for her. Notice how I said "Almost" right there.

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