Be 77 like me. Seventy-somethings care less ;)
while that is true of some people with those conditions, it's also true of everyone else regardless of mental health status. normal people are frustrated on the internet and in discussion groups. are they predisposed to the same thing, considering there is many comments by many people, who prove this on a daily basis, to be true?
Sounds like you?ve been watching too many Tom cruise movies old man
My friend- you completely did not address the part where I said to move where they can afford to live. Part of being an adult is living within your means, so if u can't afford ur home town then u gotta go. That breaks down when you baby these people and pat them on the back and help them make it work by forcing businesses to give them more money and creating more and more programs. People gotta learn the hard way, and the libs are the enemies of your wallet- they keep beefing up programs and bullying businesses to pay more for unskilled labor... and then here comes the 911 one getting automation to market. I understand you are upset about the profits of these companies, I am too (fk Jeff Bezos), but unfortunately payroll is finite- they are going to have their take and dedicate a certain amount to unskilled labor until you break the system by no one being there to do the work. Big fan of your posts btw, happy to have a productive back and forth with someone here for once.
The system has to be dynamic in order to constantly renew itself and develop more advanced adaptions. Without those constant changes, life would still be mainly trilobites scuttling across the floor of the oceans.
For 25 years I turned my back to God- the results of Christianity we're negative. Over that period of time I learned 99% is not enough for God. And I am learning to only believe him instead of my hoped-for results.
yeah, we kind of wandered on the sexual harassment one. sorry bout that
It did exist - as a Scottish rock band of the 70s.
But Jesus is coming very soon, just like he has been for 2,000 years. Christians must be the most intellectually challenged people on earth.
I just turned 34, last week.
Thank you! I didn't mean to cause you to think I said you were mean- spirited. I've been swatted a few times on here and it was a waste of time because that's all they were interested in doing, showcasing a, "I know more than you right off the bat," attitude. So sense I don't know you, I thought I'd get that out of the way. First and foremost everyone has a right to think as they please. It is also kosher to compare those thoughts amongst each other to learn. That's how I learn. I find all people fascinating and I believe everyone is capable of learning something new but not necessarily is that something always true. We people build up towers around ourselves and protect that thing we believe is true for all kinds of reasons. I should have been a "shrink" because I think what you think and why you think that way is awesome! Yes. I believe in The God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. I don't believe in "religion" per say. Religion over time has caused mass confusion and even disgust in the Name of God! Those that have done that and do hide behind the Name of God, that use it for their selfish purposes have caused great damage to the people around them. It puts a really bad light on people like me. I'd hate to be in their shoes!
Their choice, as you "pro-choice" people say, but don't bother us with the details of the aftermath.
It simply was not referred to at "Nazareth" in the first century.
is the previous administration equally responsible for the things going wrong in the country? somehow i doubt it.
The reason Christianity can be credited with the rise of University education is because of the monastic schools, the more widespread Church networks and standards of learning, and the social fabric based on the teachings of Jesus.
Comment was mostly a hyberbole/hyperbola joke relying on the fact that "hyperbolic" is the adjective for both. And now you say you don't know what a hyperbola is and apparently are too incurious to look it up yourself. Pity. You'd do well, I think, to read about the history of zero. It took a long while for zero the number (as opposed to zero the placeholder) to come about and there were philosophical objections to its creation. How can nothing be something? But if you're unwilling to look up a conic (or, heck, the whole set), I haven't high hopes. Alas. If you knew more math, you might give up this zero business, focus on "God of the gaps" with step functions. Watch for the floor/ceiling function scism, but don't worry, both sides can unite against an integralist who claims there's no difference. (Differentialist walks right by -- there's nothing to see.) :-)
When Dory finds her parents...
I'm still waiting for any quotes from other translations that refute Romans chapter 1, KJV. I'm not trying to catch flies. I just want to see another translation that says something different in Romans Chapter 1 than the KJV does.