Feminism’s Idea to Change scriptures meaning.


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Feminism’s Idea to Change scriptures meaning.
PatriarchVerlch
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PatriarchVerlch

http://www.spiritledwoman.com/wim/pickett.html

After 30 years of bad math from feminism, now I come across this, apparently they cannot read and comprehend very well either.

God created Man first.
God used 66 men to write the bible (no women)
12 disciples all men
Men are commanded to lead all churches on earth.
Men are the head of the family

We know women sinned first.
We know modern women are easily tempted with forbidden pleasures.
She was told to never leave her husbands side, and she did.
Modern times, women head start programs like feminism are used to try and elevate women to unnatural positions of leadership.

Women have been proving for the last 30 years that men have been right for the last 30 centuries!
http://www.verlch.blogspot.com

10-10-2006 02:11 AM

Re: Feminism’s Idea to Change scriptures meaning.
Happy_Bullet
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Is that idiot trying to say the following:

1) All fallen women will desire their husbands. (Because this isn’t exactly borne out).

2) All fallen women are ruled by their husbands. (Because this isn’t borne out either).

and

3) Non-fallen women have no desire for their husbands whatsoever. (Because this sounds like the way to a very unhappy marriage).

I see bible wielding feminists are just as crazy and illogical as the agnostic kind.

You can see it working the other way:

1) Fallen women do not desire their husbands (ie. golddiggers, unhappy wives etc.)

2) Non-fallen women desire their husbands (ie. so everyone is happy).

I’m tempted to email her and ask her if that is what she is saying actually. She’d probably just say no and restate what she said earlier though like a typical logic ignoring fembot.

Message Edited by Happy_Bullet on 10-10-200604:47 AM

Men have standards. Women will be compared. DEAL WITH IT.

10-10-2006 04:17 AM

Re: Feminism’s Idea to Change scriptures meaning.
Termi0n
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Termi0n

This is a good example of why women arent to teach or have authority over men.

The Word says plainly: Christ is the head of man, man is the head of woman and God is the head of Christ. Also that woman was made for mans sake not man for the womans. Wives submit to your own husbands…

“Women submit your selves unto your own husbands, as unto the Lord. For the husband is the wifes head even as Christ is the head of the congregation, and the same is the saviour of the body. Therefore as the congregation is in subjection to Christ, likewise let the wives be in subjection to their husbands in all things.”

Doesnt get much more plain than that. She’s twisting scripture and ignoring parts like this to try and justify her own ideas.

Women want fried ice. -Arab Proverb

10-10-2006 03:59 PM

Please, cut the sh*t when it comes to shoving
moneyneversleep
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moneyneversleep

religion down everyone’s throat.  I don’t care what you believe in.  I prefer science as it is verifiable, demonstrable and empirically proven.  If you are trying to bolster and legitimize your position based upon a book (the bible) written and rewritten by men hundreds (if not thousands) of times to suit someones own interpretation  you are only harming any logic you wish to advance.  Nobody cares except the morons sending their children to “Jesus Camp”  and creating more of “gods” soldiers to act like little idiots running around with their home schooled cr*p oozing from their ears and little, if any, competitive advantage.  Cut it out.

10-11-2006 10:49 AM

Re: Please, cut the sh*t when it comes to shoving
Halladay
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moneyneversleep wrote

“Nobody cares except the morons sending their children to “Jesus Camp”  and creating more of “gods” soldiers to act like little idiots running around with their home schooled cr*p oozing from their ears and little, if any, competitive advantage.  Cut it out.”

Is that so ?  Well here’s a little something for you to check….

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20060930/ap_on_re_us/home_schoolers_colleges_2

“Home-schooled students — whose numbers in this country range from an estimated 1.1 million to as high as 2 million — often come to college equipped with the skills necessary to succeed in higher education, said Regina Morin, admissions director of Columbia College.”

Such assets include intellectual curiosity, independent study habits and critical thinking skills, she said.

“It’s one of the fastest-growing college pools in the nation,” she said. “And they tend to be some of the best prepared.”

10-11-2006 08:12 PM

Re: Please, cut the sh*t when it comes to shoving
PatriarchVerlch
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Nobody is forcing you to be a Christian!

moneyneversleep wrote:
religion down everyone’s throat.  I don’t care what you believe in.  I prefer science as it is verifiable, demonstrable and empirically proven.  If you are trying to bolster and legitimize your position based upon a book (the bible) written and rewritten by men hundreds (if not thousands) of times to suit someones own interpretation  you are only harming any logic you wish to advance.  Nobody cares except the morons sending their children to “Jesus Camp”  and creating more of “gods” soldiers to act like little idiots running around with their home schooled cr*p oozing from their ears and little, if any, competitive advantage.  Cut it out.

Have you ever heard of the Dead Sea scrolls? Written 2,000 years ago, hidden in a cave, match exactly with the old testament bible today. Well void of all the New Age translations, some of which completely add and take away from the Bible’s meaning.

http://www.ibiblio.org/expo/deadsea.scrolls.exhibit/intro.html

http://www.centuryone.com/25dssfacts.html

Even more compelling is the fact that many of the writers of Scripture were eyewitnesses to these events. Those that did not have that privilege, like Luke, instead carefully researched what had occurred.

You have writings of eye witness accounts! They were as skeptical as you, until they saw what they happened to see.

http://mindprod.com/feedback/godbibletrue.html

Also, workers building a water park in Israel discovered an ancient burial cave containing a skeleton of a 60-year-old man, with the name “Joseph, son of Caiaphas” inscribed.

Look here, another example of the scriptural truth. Anther biblical name found.

Furthermore, many Biblical cities have been excavated, and some still exist. Examples of these are Nazareth, Bethlehem, and Jerusalem, Ephesus, Corinth, and Rome. What’s more, the “straight street” mentioned in Acts 9:12 still exists today. In the city of Damascus, one long, straight street runs east and west, which is a distinct contrast to the city’s many winding roads. This is very significant, because the actual Biblical events could have never taken place if the setting was nonexistent.

I find it amazing that there is one straight street mentioned amongst all the winding streets still in existence today!

The 2,000-year-old ossuary—a box that held bones—bears the inscription “James, son of Joseph, brother of Jesus.” Until now, all references to the three men have been found only in manuscripts.

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2002/10/1021_021021_christianrelicbox.html
There is the link to the above story about James the Apostle of Jesus and First century leader of the Church in Jerusalem.
Two expert groups have labeled the find as authentic, a third, possible Jewish secularism, like the lady Archaeologist that went into the city of Jericho and came up with completely different analysis as did the two men before her that confirmed the destruction of Jericho by looking at the evidence and compared it to scripture, do not want us to think the find is authentic.

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2003/06/0618_030618_jesusbox.html

The National Geographic is pretty secular as well. They very much so believe in evolution and wish to propagate it over and above the biblical accounts. Actually when we dig in the earth we find things that support the bible. Cannot say the same for evolution, when we did we find fully formed fossils! No missing links to support the theory, at all!
The dig I was referring to happened in the 30’s.

http://www.christiananswers.net/q-abr/abr-a011.html
http://www.jewishmag.com/31MAG/jericho/jericho.htm
http://www.christiananswers.net/q-abr/abr-a026.html
http://www.christiananswers.net/archaeology/
http://www.christiananswers.net/q-abr/abr-a010.html

This one below being prophecy found in the bible of today, and I am sure in the dead sea scrolls, at least the old testament prophecies.

http://www.jesusplusnothing.com/prophecy.htm

1. Disobedience would lead to the nation of Israel being scattered amongst all nations.
Deut 28:64 ‘Then the LORD will scatter you among all nations, from one end of the earth to the other.’
See also Lev 26:33, Jer 9:16, Ezek 12:15. In all, 6 different books of the Bible predict the scattering of Israel amongst all the nations of the earth. History records this being fulfilled in 70 AD when Jerusalem was destroyed by the Roman Empire and the remaining Jews were scattered amongst the nations.

2. No rest for their souls while in exile amongst the nations
Deut 28:65-66 Among those nations you will find no repose, no resting place for the sole of your foot. There the LORD will give you an anxious mind, eyes weary with longing, and a despairing heart. You will live in constant suspense, filled with dread both night and day, never sure of your life.
For nearly 2000 years following the destruction in 70AD, the ‘wandering Jew’ has lived without a homeland, subject to the strongest racial prejudice and torment suffered by any people group. From the day they were scattered to the day Hitler devised his ‘final solution to the Jewish problem’, this prophecy spoken by Moses has sadly been fulfilled.

3. God himself would restore the Jews to the land of Israel from all the nations
Jer 16:14-16 However, the days are coming,” declares the LORD, “when men will no longer say, ‘As surely as the LORD lives, who brought the Israelites up out of Egypt,’ but they will say, ‘As surely as the LORD lives, who brought the Israelites up out of the land of the north and out of all the countries where he had banished them.’ For I will restore them to the land I gave their forefathers.
In all, 13 books of the Bible speak of the nation of Israel being restored in their land from the nations in which they were scattered. This prophecy became history in 1948 when the United Nations granted a homeland to the Jewish people and the nation of Israel was reborn! See also Jer 3:14, 31:8-9, Isa 60:8-9, Deut 30:3, Amos 9:15.

4. The desolate land of Israel would again blossom and be fruitful in the last days.
Zech 7:14 I scattered them with a whirlwind among all the nations, where they were strangers. The land was left so desolate behind them that no one could come or go. This is how they made the pleasant land desolate.
History records that while the Jewish people were exiled amongst many nations, the land of Israel was a barren desert. See also Lev 26:14, Ezek 15:8, Jer 9:12-13, 23:10, 44:22, Isa 32:13
Isa 27:6 In the days to come, Jacob will take root, Israel will bud and blossom and fill the world with fruit.
This is exactly the case today! Not only has God bought the Jewish people back into their land like He said He would in the last days, but He has also blessed the land so that they now export flowers and fruit around the world! Satellite photos show the green pastures of the nation of Israel, in sharp contrast with the surrounding desert lands of the Arab nations. See also Isa 35:1, Ezek 36:35.

Those prophecies right there are the coolest of them all. They have been fulfilled and observed in the last 2,000 years.

The Dead Sea Scrolls were a big find and confirm biblical prophecy and then some. Just think about it!

http://www.carm.org/bible/extrabiblical_accounts.htm

The above is extra biblical references to New Testament personages.

Lucian (circa 120-after 180) mentions Jesus.   Greek writer and rhetorician.

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“The Christians, you know, worship a man to this day—the distinguished personage who introduced their novel rites, and was crucified on that account. . . . You see, these misguided creatures start with the general conviction that they are immortal for all time, which explains the contempt of death and voluntary self-devotion which are so common among them; and then it was impressed on them by their original lawgiver that they are all brothers, from the moment that they are converted, and deny the gods of Greece, and worship the crucified sage, and live after his laws. All this they take quite on faith, with the result that they despise all worldly goods alike, regarding them merely as common property.”

I think the view of being a Christian needs to change. I believe we are not misguided creatures at all. Sure it takes faith to believe in what we believe in, but belief in Evolution requires more faith than we have to use as there is no evidence other than a theory. There is nothing to test their believes with, nothing to observe. Drawing mythical creatures that never existed does not count as a missing link!!!!

Not to change the subject, but here are some more things.

http://www.allaboutarchaeology.org/Biblical-Archaeology.htm

There are some 75,000 accounts of a flood. With only 4 of them major accounts, The Epic of Gilgamesh is one of them.

http://www.allaboutarchaeology.org/epic-of-gilgamesh-faq.htm
http://www.allaboutarchaeology.org/Biblical-Archaeology.htm

So I guess the moral of the story is, with all of this clear evidence supporting the bible on simple matters as people, places, Kings, cities, amongst other things, why then would the Word not be true on Spiritual matters?

Personally I like the Idea of being created in the Image of God and given dominion over the entire planet as a man. Rather than being but a worm. Evolving from the animals to from a genetic mutation at every single stage to come to our present form by complete and utter accident by chance. Think about the odds of winning the lottery, then thing about the odds of bones, flesh and blood arising out of nothing to take our present form. Not just man, but woman right along with him! The simplest question breaks the back of Evolution. “What came first the Chicken or the egg?”

So, in theory, we have all of this extra biblical evidence meant to deceive mankind, the bible actually being true, over thousands of years with mundane things way to huge to be a complex hoax!!! We had to come from somewhere and that where has to be the hand of God.

More amazing facts about the human body…
http://www.meaningoflife.i12.com/body.htm
http://www.smm.org/bodyworlds/about/amazingfacts.php

One human brain generates more electrical impulses in a single day than all of the world’s telephones put together. THE TYANA TABLOID : 2 APRIL 2000

Space a very big Universe we live in. 200 billion stars in our galaxy alone.
http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/newsdesk/archive/releases/1996/01/

When we examine pictures of space as far as we can probe and take a small section out of that and peer into the blackness, we find more galaxies. It appears we can do that adnausium in all directions. Just look at all the galaxies in that picture and tell me all that came from nothing with a straight face. I would like to remind you that we have not seen anything die outside of earth. We have not observed a star shut off and not give its light. There is no reason for the stars to die, unless their creator wills it.

The earth is traveling around the sun at 67,000 miles per hour, the sun is traveling around the center of the galaxy at 124 miles a second!
Anyways I’m rambling, I’m tired and have been at this post for two hours. Beware I drank a lot of sugar today!!! lol…

http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/ap000104.html

Above is millions of galaxies just in our cluster.

Our galaxy travels only 1,300,000 miles in one hour!!! Just think of how fast we are traveling.

Everything revolves around something. Atoms revolve around their center, or electrons, the moon around the earth, the sun around the center of our galaxy, the galaxy revolves around what? God? It would make sense.

Message Edited by PatriarchVerlch on 10-12-200601:37 AM

Women have been proving for the last 30 years that men have been right for the last 30 centuries!
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10-12-2006 01:09 AM

Thank you for demonstrating your poor educational background,
moneyneversleep
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moneyneversleep

fascination with conspiracy theories, need to have something to justify your meaningless life (by blindly following doctrines rewritten and tooled thousands of times), etc.

Come see me when you make real money, get a real education and don’t watch the trinity broadcasting network.  You sound and act like a nutjob.   You are the type of idiot who would not wish hard science (Evolution, etc.) to be taught in school but prefer to teach bullsh*t like “intelligent design” which is an oxymoronic statement if ever there was one.

Wake up. The irony is that I own three acres on downtown Vancouver and 3 lots for mid-rise buidlings in Portland.  I make real money.  I believe in science.  I am well educated.  Try it sometime.  Otherwise, go join your local Posse Comitatus Militia and run around in fatigues with your deer rifle. Nut.

Note:  Most homeschooled children come from extremely religious households.

10-12-2006 10:49 AM

Here is an actual data source on homeschooling..
moneyneversleep
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moneyneversleep

http://www.census.gov/population/www/documentation/twps0053.html

You will not find homschooled children attending Ivy League Schools, as I did, or leading major companies.

10-12-2006 10:58 AM

Re: Thank you for demonstrating your poor educational background,
HappyMom
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HappyMom

moneyneversleep wrote:
fascination with conspiracy theories, need to have something to justify your meaningless life (by blindly following doctrines rewritten and tooled thousands of times), etc.
Come see me when you make real money, get a real education and don’t watch the trinity broadcasting network. You sound and act like a nutjob. You are the type of idiot who would not wish hard science (Evolution, etc.) to be taught in school but prefer to teach bullsh*t like “intelligent design” which is an oxymoronic statement if ever there was one.
Wake up. The irony is that I own three acres on downtown Vancouver and 3 lots for mid-rise buidlings in Portland. I make real money. I believe in science. I am well educated. Try it sometime. Otherwise, go join your local Posse Comitatus Militia and run around in fatigues with your deer rifle. Nut.
Note: Most homeschooled children come from extremely religious households.

Since evolution is hard science can you please referenece the observed experiments involving the creation of living organisms form a bunch of molecules? Also, any observations of one species evolving into another species in nature? Have these ever been observed? Isn’t hard science based on observations?

If not, your belief in evolution is simply faith based.

10-12-2006 11:23 AM

Take your religious rantings somewhere else, get an education
moneyneversleep
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moneyneversleep

and get your head into fresh air.   Read the below.  Evolution is hard science.

http://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~ecolevol/fulldoc.html

http://physics.syr.edu/courses/modules/ORIGINS/origins.html

Next time don’t pull a rabbit from your *ss and open your piehole and spew useless, worthless bile.  It only demonstrates how incredibly stupid you are.

10-12-2006 11:39 AM

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Re: Thank you for demonstrating your poor educational background,
porkchops38
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Evolution and feminism are inextricably linked. Thus, it’s assinine to see someone denigrate feminist ideologies whilst upholding the evolutionary fairy tale. Feminism is found in the Communist Manifesto of Karl Marx and Frederick Engels. Charles Darwin’s book, “Origin of the Species” was well-received by Karl Marx. Karl Marx even commented that his social theories (which included gender equality, i.e. feminist ideologies) would have never taken root without the fairy tale of evolution that Charles Darwin put forth in book form.

If I were to believe in stellar evolution, planetary evolution, chemical evolution, biological evolution, etc., then in order to remain logically consistent I would be forced to entertain the high probability that feminist ideologies are an extant of human evolution. If you are in favor of patriarchy or even gender equality, and yet you still believe that chemical, biological, planetary, stellar etc. evolution occurred, you have absolutely no solid foundation from which you can argue patriarchy or gender equality — because of the high probability that feminist ideologies are the natural course of human evolution.

I have no idea what income or asset accumulation has to do with this discussion — I presume you are inferring that your money/assets are proof that you’re not stupid for believing in the evolutionary fairy tale? Well, Hollywood stars’ income and asset accumulation make you look like a beggar, and most of them are no wiser than cat dung, so if you were trying to assert that your net worth is indicative of your intelligence, that assertion is assinine. Try again.

The bottom line is, when someone tries to sell me the evolutionary fairy tale, they are simultaneously selling me the high probability that feminist ideologies (no matter how radical) are the next branch of human evolution.

10-12-2006 12:16 PM

Re: Take your religious rantings somewhere else, get an education
HappyMom
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HappyMom
I recognize that I am stupid and I also recognize that evolution is your religion, based on faith and nothing observable.

I still see no proof of:
1. Life created from inanimate matter
2. Birth of a brand spanking new fertile species being observed.

Changes in the size of finch beaks to adapt to an environment still result in the creation of more finches, not something new.

Evolution relies on an unproven assumption.

10-12-2006 12:17 PM

Correction: Science is my religion….
moneyneversleep
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moneyneversleep

and evolution is science.  Your position is akin to the church excommunicating, torturing and engaging in inquisitions to prove that the earth is flat, that the sun revolved around the earth, that gravity does not exist.  Try reason and logic.  It works.

10-12-2006 12:56 PM

Re: Feminism’s Idea to Change scriptures meaning.
moneyneversleep
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moneyneversleep

Whose god?  You god?  The god of Hindi faith?  The gods of Mithras?  The 12 gods of Greece or Rome?  The Druids?

10-12-2006 12:59 PM

Re: Correction: Science is my religion….
HappyMom
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HappyMom
Feminism and evolution are both religions. And where to they both go to worhsip? The University! Especially the Ivy League. That is the feminists Holy Temple of Look at how Smart I am.

Those other things you mention, gravity, earth rotating the sun etc are observable I’m not responsible for the medieval church’s foolishness. The inquisition targeted people who shared my belief in presedtination, among other groups.

10-12-2006 01:37 PM

Re: Correction: Science is my religion….
moneyneversleep
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Do try to engage me in a debate.  You are unqualified, unintelligent and not capable of supporting any position you advance with actual data or empirical/statistical data.  You are like the child who covers their ears and yells to drown out opposing ideas when they conflict with your own.  Can you observe a gluon?  A quark?  An atom?  An Electron?  No, you can’t, but they exist and are part of scientific observation and testing, just as evolution is.  Try reading the links I sent you rather than regurgitating sh*t that some idiot told you was said in the bible.  Can you observe the speed of light?  No, but it exists and relativity demonstrates that.  Relativity also was one of the primary areas of physics and chemistry that developed fissile and fusion technology.

No, science is not a religion.  It is a method of analysis and a logical/pragmatic approach to explaining events rather than carping some cr*p like “god’s will” as the catch all explanation for events.  Feminism is not a religion, it is a flawed political belief not based on science.

Get your facts straight before you speak.  You are only making yourself look for inane and foolish.    You are in way over your head and not capable of intellectually understanding what I am discussin.  Go back to Oprah or Jerry Springer.   That is more your speed, along with “jesus camp”.

10-12-2006 02:24 PM

Re: Correction: Science is my religion….
HappyMom
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HappyMom
riiiight, so you originally sent me a private message on this topic because you don’t want to talk to me about it. Okey-dokey

10-12-2006 02:45 PM

Re: Correction: Science is my religion….
moneyneversleep
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moneyneversleep

No, I just wanted to see if you could pull your head from a dark place and actually read scientific data rather then vomiting up children’s fairy tales.

10-12-2006 03:20 PM

Re: Thank you for demonstrating your poor educational background,
PatriarchVerlch
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Actually I finished college and run a business at the moment.

What is it with you and personal attacks over belief system. There was ample evidence supporting my position. Yet you blindly follow evolution with no tangible oberservable proof.

Which is fine, you won’t catch me calling you an idiot for believing in an unprovable doctrine.

Could you please tell me where oxygen came from. I like the story about the tiny microbes whose sole existence was to live and produce oxygen. We have never observed any tiny microbes producing oxygen of this nature.

So the story goes the microbes produced oxygen so plants could evolve first? But wait, planets cannot exist without the bugs in the soil, they are interdependent. So the microbe’s produced oxygen long enough for the bugs in the soil to evolve so the plants could evolve and sustain life! All of evolution hinged on one tiny microbe whose function is not observable, nor can we test it!

That is pseudo science, or phantom physics as I like to call it!

Keep chasing your dollar pal. Perhaps you can bury all your cash with you!

Also I like the stories about spiritual evolution. The New Age Idea that we are evolving to the plane our Ascended Masters have already evolved to. The spiritual plane where all humans can transcend, where the material universe is no more.

http://www.worldtrans.org/spirevol.html
http://www.spiritunfoldment.org/

If we evolved from nothing our present form is just a step to the Next level of evolution.

Makes a lot of sense! I revert back to this story, Pretend you are a lemming again, if 100 million lemmings jumped over a cliff and drowned in the Ocean, you are a lemming in group B….

Women have been proving for the last 30 years that men have been right for the last 30 centuries!
http://www.verlch.blogspot.com

10-12-2006 03:46 PM

Re: Take your religious rantings somewhere else, get an education
PatriarchVerlch
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“Nobody cares except the morons sending their children to “Jesus Camp”  and creating more of “gods” soldiers to act like little idiots running around with their home schooled cr*p oozing from their ears and little, if any, competitive advantage.  Cut it out.”

Jesus Camp lady preacher looks like a liberal posing as a Christian to scare people like you! Talking in tongues, and all. It seems very New Age and not very old school to me.

Second have you heard about the experiments with fruit fly’s? Mr. Money Maker? The one where they changed the environment for millions of years worth in fruit fly life. They did everything they could to create hostile environments that the fruit fly would need to adapt and “evolve” to exist in the new changed environment. They even did genetic mutations to it, to mutate the Fruit fly, after a few generations the mutation was weeded out. It was a fruit fly in the beginning and it was a fruit fly in the end.

Man is more than just a worm my friend.
http://www.eeob.iastate.edu/faculty/DrewesC/htdocs/darwin-worms.htm
About the Fruit fly’s:
http://www.pathlights.com/ce_encyclopedia/10mut10.htm

Contrast this with the bible and how we were formed and with what authority:

[27] So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them.
[28] And God blessed them, and God said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it: and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that moveth upon the earth.

Your theory attempts to create us from what we have been given dominion over!

Your theory in a sense makes man god. We are no longer bound by morality and what scripture says is good for us, we are about by what we think. If there is no god, than Aleister Crowley was right, “Do as thou wilt….”

Do you even know how evolution scientists provide answers for their subject material. To be printed in their books for colleges, high schools, and grade schools? They have large conferences, and they VOTE on the BEST answer to FIT their THEORY.

In other words if I had a counter point that disproved a certain portion of your theory, like Dinosaur tracks and Human tracks together, you and your scientist buddies would gather together and throw out the portion that does not FIT with your so called curriculum.

http://www.bible.ca/tracks/tracks.htm

Large trees upright through millions of years worth of strata are anomalies that do not support the theory of evolution, and are subsequently ignored. Not good science my new money making friend (have you observed the hyper inflation of that dollar?)

http://www.clarifyingchristianity.com/creation.shtml

Among other findings. Are you sure your foundation ideas about the origins of humanity are on solid ground?

One more fascinating thought about mankind. Pretend you could fill up the known universe with human beings, every square inch, every direction, every  possible corner. Pretend they were all procreated from themselves, say the universe is infinite and never ends. Each human being would be different. Their own unique brain waves, finger prints, tongue print, voice, and eyes.

Remember there are 256 difference just in one human eye, making us different from another human being.

Does that not speak of understanding? Just think of how many humans that would be? Just in our galaxy! Let alone the billions of other ones.

Another fact I forgot to post about was that you and I grew 1500 million times in weight from the time we were conceived, until we left the birth canal. Nothing short of amazing.

Some interesting quotes:

Let me translate the article for you:
I don’t want there to be a God. I don’t want to be responsible to a God. I don’t want to think that maybe I’m not the highest thing in the Universe. But more than anything, I don’t want you to think that their is a God who is smarter than we scientists because in our little world, WE ARE GOD.

Underlying the evolutionary theory is not just the classic “stuff” of science — conclusions arrived at through prolonged observation and experimentation. Evolution is first an atheistic, materialistic world view. In other words, the primary reason for its acceptance has little to do with the evidence for or against it. Evolution is accepted because men are atheists by faith and thus interpret the evidence to correspond to their naturalistic philosophy.

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Women have been proving for the last 30 years that men have been right for the last 30 centuries!
http://www.verlch.blogspot.com

10-12-2006 04:21 PM

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Re: Thank you for demonstrating your poor educational background,
Diogetrix
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I’m gong to explain something to you because (in my opiinion, based on intuition) you have some qualities of intellect that can/could be developed.

For some reason in your past you were exposed to religious and other irrational thinking – and probably experienced that exposure along with approval and good feelings, which you then associated together as cause and effect. But, you have never studied logic and related straight thinking disciplines, so, you are virtually helpless in understanding the errors you are making.

For reasons I won’t go into right now, this society among others has reasons for conditioning and reinforcing the irrational behavior I’m talking about – but only for the ‘herd,’ not among the elite members of the ruling class and rich families. They can pretend (like Pat Robertson does) but they don’t actually belive in the mythologies: It should be obvious that our current president is a ‘church going man’ – who also renounced ‘god’ and practised homosexual, satanic rituals, and pledged his life to a secret society.

It should also be obvious that the ‘herd’ includes the blue collar workers, ignorant women, military rank and file, church goers, sports nuts, redneck cracker militia types, and so on. The rich elite includes the people you see wearing multi-thousand dollar suits, driving Masseratti’s and Lambourghinni’s (or being chauffered), flying their own jets to Europe for a little vacation, sending their children to private schools – in Europe, perhaps, and they don’t have to worry about seeing a doctor (or getting one to come over to the house and look at their kids), they don’t worry about heating bills or standing in line at the DMV, or being busted for drugs, or most of the other things that sucks you dry and leaves you no time or resources to make your life better. And, most of the things that DO suck you dry are making the elite more rich. If you didn’t believe in bullcrap, that system wouldn’t work.

If you haven’t taken the relevant college classes, at a real college where real science and reasoning is taught, your claim of having finished college is meaningless.

Normally, I advise people who are making basic and deeply ingrained errors in thinking and reasoning to go to schol and study various subjects that have relevance to .. well, thinking and reasoning. But, in your case, I have a different suggestion. Go to a community college (or university if you have the qualifications to get in) and take a class in some biological field that has the closest relevance you can find to this one matter: The science of evolution. Maybe it will be called ‘Evolutionary Biology,’ or maybe something that doesn’t sound so obvious. You could go to a department head and ask what class would be most relevant. Then, when you have actually exposed yourself to the real thing, in a real academic environment, and tried to argue irrationally and ignorantly with someone who knows the field, .. then come tell us about your myths and beliefs.

10-12-2006 04:24 PM

Re: Correction: Science is my religion….
Halladay
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Halladay

moneyneversleep wrote:

“and evolution is science.  Your position is akin to the church excommunicating, torturing and engaging in inquisitions to prove that the earth is flat, that the sun revolved around the earth, that gravity does not exist.  Try reason and logic.  It works”

Evolution is a theory taught as science.  Nothing really hard about evolution.  It lives up to its name literally.  I can put as much faith in your religion of evolution about as much as a weather forecast being the same 3 months, 6 months, 9 months from now.  It’s always changing and being revised.  So , it’s not really set in stone.

10-12-2006 05:06 PM

Re: Thank you for demonstrating your poor educational background,
Halladay
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Halladay

moneyneversleep wrote :

“Come see me when you make real money, get a real education and don’t watch the trinity broadcasting network.  You sound and act like a nutjob.   You are the type of idiot who would not wish hard science (Evolution, etc.) to be taught in school but prefer to teach bullsh*t like “intelligent design” which is an oxymoronic statement if ever there was one. ”

Wake up. The irony is that I own three acres on downtown Vancouver and 3 lots for mid-rise buidlings in Portland.  I make real money.  I believe in science.  I am well educated.  Try it sometime.  Otherwise, go join your local Posse Comitatus Militia and run around in fatigues with your deer rifle. Nut.”

Come see me when I don’t give a rat’s rear end how much money you make or how many acres of property you own.  It’s basically irrelevant to this discussion.

10-12-2006 05:08 PM

Re: Thank you for demonstrating your poor educational background,
PatriarchVerlch
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I have finished college in a Technology background.

If you haven’t taken the relevant college classes, at a real college where real science and reasoning is taught, your claim of having finished college is meaningless.

I’d rather not. Education is extremely biased. Why else do you think the state runs public education and universities where your liberalism is taught. You think that is by accident? That they try and control the free dissemination of information? One of my friends who is in college got taught by a black professor who taught him that a) whites are evil and need to die b) that Indians were more advanced in technology than whites. He tried to disagree, but went along with it for the grade. At a public university no less. He is trying to change history.

In Evolution you are trying to change the fundamental building blocks of life and mold them into your definition of how life began. That said, void of any outside help. The facts of which I terminally disagree with.

I believe in free will of human beings. I should be able to believe in and profess what I believe in and likewise you should be able to express what you believe in. How much more liberty do you need?

In scripture the devil choose to go his own path. God didn’t stop him. On earth mankind decided to go against God’s commandment and eat of the tree, and they did, and God didn’t stop them. Cain killed Abel and God didn’t stop him. I see a lot of free will going on. Alot of liberty! Now you seek to control what I believe? That’s not Liberty and Freedom! I have enough of that already.

Tell me why I need your version of reality.

Women have been proving for the last 30 years that men have been right for the last 30 centuries!
http://www.verlch.blogspot.com

10-12-2006 05:11 PM

Re: Here is an actual data source on homeschooling..
Halladay
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Halladay

moneyneversleep wrote:

You will not find homschooled children attending Ivy League Schools, as I did, or leading major companies.

dude.. not everything that everyone learns is going to be in public education or college classroom setting.  most successful people DID NOT attend an ivy league school.  bill gates did not attend an ivy league school.  in fact, he dropped out of college.  rush limbaugh, one of the most successful talk show hosts, dropped out of a non ivy league college as well.  the list can go on and on.

while ivy league schools tend to have some very smart people, not all very smart people wind up in ivy league schools.  and bill gates probably learned more OUTSIDE a college classroom than being in one.

10-12-2006 06:17 PM

Re: Here is an actual data source on homeschooling..
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If the sundry of evolutionary theories were altogether true (or even believed to be true), THEN here’s what we should expect to see:

The female gender would be regarded as “superior” simply because the female can produce offspring. The female gender of humankind would have a valid argument to exterminate the male gender from all of society except for a tiny amount of males locked in cages and used for nothing more than sperm donors for invitro fertilization. Every day that passes by, technology increases more and more into a push-button world. As the male gender senses their eventual evolutionary demise, you should expect to see an increase in travestitism where males morph to females in an attempt to ward-off their eventual extermination by the matriarchal powers. You should expect to see the female gender obsessed with abortion, as abortion will be needed to abort hoards of unnecessary male babies. You should expect to see boys and men marginalized by society. You should expect to see boys drugged up on ritalin and purposely kept stupid in schools so when society deems the males worthy of extermination the males will be too stupid to raise a peeping voice. You should expect to see lesbianism increase also, even to the point that lesbianism is the highest form of human evolution.

In a nut shell, if human evolution is true, then 99% of males are evolutionary dead-ends, and only a select 1% or less of males will be kept around in cages to be used for sperm production. This would be the next logical step if human evolution is true. This is why it’s assinine when males talk glowingly of human evolution, it’s akin to listening to Jews who talked glowingly of the German Weimar Republic’s gun control laws, the same gun-control laws that the Nazis used to disarm their political enemies and eventually isolate and exterminate the Jews.

10-12-2006 06:58 PM

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moneyneversleep
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Comedian rush limbaugh is a clown.   Bill Gates dropped out of Harvard.  Get your facts straight next time.  There are few, if any religions, with redeeming qualities or value.  They seek to control, manipulate and profit.   Ah, that sounds like a business.   Ted Haggard is a jack*ss who profits from idiots.

10-12-2006 07:33 PM

Re: Here is an actual data source on homeschooling..
Halladay
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Halladay

ronald reagan.. president.. not an ivy leaguer

jimmy carter.. president.. not an ivy leaguer

10-12-2006 07:48 PM

Re: Here is an actual data source on homeschooling..
Halladay
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Halladay

ross perot.. naval academy.. not ivy leaguer

10-12-2006 07:52 PM

Re: Here is an actual data source on homeschooling..
Halladay
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Halladay

moneyneversleep wrote :

Bill Gates dropped out of Harvard.  Get your facts straight next time.

And Gates enrolled and dropped out very early.. he didn’t need harvard to waste his time

Message Edited by Halladay on 10-12-200608:10 PM

10-12-2006 07:58 PM

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My BS is from one of the 3 US Military Academies, in hard science.

My MBA is from Yale.

That should say it all.  Religion is the source of most bullsh*t, evil and garbage in the last 1500 years.

10-12-2006 08:18 PM

Re: Thank you for demonstrating your poor educational background,
moneyneversleep
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Please, don’t trot our religions BS and quotes from fairy tales when attempting (rather futilely I might point out) to put forth an “intelligent” argument.  Save it for the soup kitchen or the local snake dancers at their baptist gathering.

Amendment I

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.

That covers it thank you.

10-12-2006 08:23 PM

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Bill Gates has the benefit of a very wealthy father, William Henry Gates II a prominent attorney and philanthropist who founded Preston Gates & Ellis.  His mother (now deceased) was a VP on the loan committee at Seafirst Bank.   Again, get your facts straight before you speak up.

10-12-2006 08:27 PM

Re: Thank you for demonstrating your poor educational background,
Halladay
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Halladay

moneyneversleep wrote:

“Please, don’t trot our religions BS and quotes from fairy tales when attempting (rather futilely I might point out) to put forth an “intelligent” argument.  Save it for the soup kitchen or the local snake dancers at their baptist gathering.”

dude.. there are many religious people in military that fought and died for this country in order for you to come here and brag about how much property you own.

and dude.. it was vladimir lenin.. leader of soviet communism.. that said Our program necessarily includes the propaganda of atheism

10-12-2006 08:32 PM

Re: Here is an actual data source on homeschooling..
Halladay
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Halladay

moneyneversleep wrote:

“My BS is from one of the 3 US Military Academies, in hard science.

My MBA is from Yale. ”

dude i have no problem with your accomplishments.  you could be the next donald trump for all i care or the next david letterman.

and letterman went to ball state by the way

10-12-2006 08:48 PM

Re: Thank you for demonstrating your poor educational background,
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“Dude” speak english or speak some other language fluently.  Keep your religion to yourself.  That you have those beliefs is fine, they are yours.  Own then don’t throw then about as if everyone has to address your insecurities and failings.

10-12-2006 08:53 PM

Re: Here is an actual data source on homeschooling..
Halladay
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Halladay

moneyneversleep wrote :

“Bill Gates has the benefit of a very wealthy father, William Henry Gates II a prominent attorney and philanthropist who founded Preston Gates & Ellis.  His mother (now deceased) was a VP on the loan committee at Seafirst Bank.   Again, get your facts straight before you speak up”

again dude.. bill gates DID NOT NEED HARVARD.  he didn’t need it to succeed.  you just made my point DUH!!

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10-12-2006 08:53 PM

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You really are an imbecile.  It’s a pleasure speaking down to you.  Being accepted to the U., coming from privelage and money demonstrate what I am saying quite accurately.

10-12-2006 08:54 PM

Re: Thank you for demonstrating your poor educational background,
Halladay
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Halladay

“Dude” speak english or speak some other language fluently.  Keep your religion to yourself.  That you have those beliefs is fine, they are yours.  Own then don’t throw then about as if everyone has to address your insecurities and failings

i’m not throwing anything at you.. you are just assuming i am.  and dude is very light for you compared what you called others on this thread.

10-12-2006 08:55 PM

Re: Thank you for demonstrating your poor educational background,
Halladay
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Halladay

bill gates as much as sneezed while at harvard and then left.. LOL

10-12-2006 08:56 PM

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Halladay
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It’s a pleasure speaking down to you

Yea.. well.. don’t let your imagination get the best of you.  Dude

10-12-2006 08:59 PM

Re: Here is an actual data source on homeschooling..
PatriarchVerlch
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moneyneversleep wrote:
My BS is from one of the 3 US Military Academies, in hard science.

My MBA is from Yale.

That should say it all.  Religion is the source of most bullsh*t, evil and garbage in the last 1500 years.

Question, did every man who went to war in the last 2,000 years in the name of God, was he really of God? Every crusade, every act of genocide, every problem? Please man. Hitler may have pretended to be Christian to sway a largely Christian nation. He certainly didn’t act like a Christian!!!!

Christians simply believe God created the elements/atoms and commands them with His voice. In other words he invented all the things we are studying, including nanotechnology and the like. Hard Science foundations didn’t just arise out of thin air. Even Albert Einstein attests to that. Mr. Einstein doesn’t think the God of Israel is the Creator. Don’t worry he didn’t believe in the God of the bible.

God always takes the simplest way.
Albert Einstein

God does not care about our mathematical difficulties. He integrates empirically.
Albert Einstein

God does not play dice.
Albert Einstein

God may be subtle, but he isn’t plain mean.
Albert Einstein

Before God we are all equally wise – and equally foolish.
Albert Einstein

So is Masonry a religion? Albert Pike seems to think so.(the reason I bring this up, our nation was founded on Masonic Principles)

“Every Masonic Lodge is a temple of religion; and its teachings are instruction in religion.” Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, p.213

One of its leaders seemed to think so. So we see even in Secularism there is religion of some sort. Within this group is some of the most powerful men in the world. With only six million members this group does command attention.

http://www.gwmemorial.org/

I wonder where you get your information.

If this country was founded on Religion, or Christianity, why isn’t Christ mentioned in the Constitution? Or God for that matter? So why are you piously freaking out that some of us lesser Lemmings do not follow the crowd?

In other words, what are you so flipping worried about? I think evil men are the problem, not a religion that says do good and not evil.

Do you think the UN isn’t secular? Really its just a bank of the super rich anyways, with little puppets it sends out to communicate with the commoners and exact measures and verdicts. There is no God mentioned in the Charter of the UN.

So, In who’s “God do We Trust?” The god of the man printing the money? Or the God of Israel?

Women have been proving for the last 30 years that men have been right for the last 30 centuries!
http://www.verlch.blogspot.com

10-12-2006 09:20 PM

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Halladay
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Halladay

Patriarch..

i’m not so convinced this guy is a yale guy.. since i know a few people from yale and this dude in no way reminds me of them

10-12-2006 09:24 PM

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Halladay
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Halladay

Patriarch wrote:

“So why are you piously freaking out that some of us lesser Lemmings do not follow the crowd? ”

if this guy were really the powerhouse he thinks he is, he’d have more here convinced of his position than he does.

10-12-2006 09:50 PM

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Diogetrix
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Diogetrix

I didn’t really expect the Jesus freaks to address my post, or if they did, to do so with anything more rational than the usual fragmented, magical thinking that prompted me to come to their aid in the first place.

What I said has three purposes: To tell the Jesus nuts that I’m on to them; to tell them how they can actually start getting well; and to suggest that there is a point beyond which tolerance of religion becomes abetting of self delusion (and in the world as it is, religious self deception can easily amount to self-destruction.)

Something that I just realized: We use the common terms ‘self-deception,’ and ‘self-delusion’ instead of just ‘delusion’ and ‘self deception.’ because delusion is something that comes from one’s own mind, but deception is done to us by another. (I think. I’m not going to look up the terms and hash it out in the reference books right now). What I thought of is that the use of ‘self-delusion’ might be an unconscious device to cop out of responsibility. What I mean is that if all ‘delusion’ is ‘self delusion,’ then using the ‘self’ prefix implies that there is some delusion that is caused by another person. Of course, there is also the possibility that a split obtains in someone’s mind, and there’s an evil twin causing his counterpart to suffer delusions. That could explain paranoia as a process of unconsciously knowing that there actually is someone plotting against one – himself. Which, actually is a good model for the religious mental sickness. Fun – huh?

10-12-2006 11:47 PM

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Halladay
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Dio..

old buddy , old pal.. most people just don’t consider your posts mean enough to address.  you can take that from a jesus loving sports nut who would like nothing better than to apply the 2nd amendment and shoot you in the ass.  .. and then take off like wiley coyote.

have a cold brewski on me bro .

CHEERS !

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10-13-2006 12:55 AM

Re: Here is an actual data source on homeschooling..
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I’ve read the new testament several times over in the last 10 years or so, and the only possible point of offense that I can see in the new testament is the call to prozletyze non-believers out of free-will only.

I can think of a million other things besides a new testament call to prozletyze only through speech and of human free-will, which are more offensive. People who believe in the new testament are told among other things: to have one spouse for life, to raise children honorably, to not lie, to not steal, to not cheat, to work hard, to help those are in need, etc., etc. I desire to see people like that as my neighbors. If all I have to endure is the occasional prozletyzing, in exchange for neighbors that practice what they preach, that’s probably the closest I’ll get to heaven on earth this side of mortality.

Freedom of speech isn’t worth a dime if people don’t know what it means, and if you don’t know what it means and what it covers, then go look up the congressional record. The congressional record contains every word spoken in congress since its’ inception, and you can go read what the 1st amendment is all about my reading the congressional record of those men whom crafted the 1st amendment. The 1st amendment is meant to protect offensive speech, because you don’t need a 1st amendment to protect cotton candy speech that everyone likes.

10-13-2006 07:59 AM

Re: Here is an actual data source on homeschooling..
HappyMom
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moneyneversleep wrote:
You really are an imbecile. It’s a pleasure speaking down to you. Being accepted to the U., coming from privelage and money demonstrate what I am saying quite accurately.

George W Bush and Hilary Clinton went to Yale, so that does say something about the intellegence standard for admission maybe not being quite as high as you think.

Not to mention that some people are able to buy their way in…

Message Edited by HappyMom on 10-13-200608:57 AM

10-13-2006 08:56 AM

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George W. Bush was a legacy, who would be pumping gas had his father and grandfather not been as successful as they were.  gw has failed at business enterprise he has engaged in, even the layups provided by his father and his associates.

Hillary Clinton made it into Yale on merit and grades.

gw is an utter moron.  Thankfully the midterms which change much.

I love religious nuts who cite their fairytale scriptures to justify every stupid statement, every evil act or racism and bigotry, every time them steal, etc.

10-13-2006 10:44 AM

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Diogetrix
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As I understand the facts, gw was admitted to Yale because the oral interview part of the admission proceedure was conducted by five men, three of whom were Skull and Bones Brothers, and Daddy was a S&B Brother, and so on. We have plenty of well researched and documented biographical information to show gw’s lack of qualifications for everything he’s ever been involved in with the exception of his cheerleader appointment in school, and his drug, sex, and alcohol excesses. And, we also know that his election to high office has been facilitated by fraud and assistance from, among others, Katherine Harris, Brother Jebb, and the supreme court.

Bill Clinton did it on merit and hard work. He not only is a scholar here, he went to Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar, and earned his degree in economics.

However, let’s not be tricked into defending Bill Clinton in this game. He is not FDR or Thom Payne. If he were so liberal, he would not have been allowed to get so close to power in the US.

Clinton is far more liberal, educated, capable, intelligent, and decent than any Bush, but that is relative, not absolute. Clinton is liberal only in comparison with the extreme right wingers. That’s the way American politics is now; the political spectrum has been skewed so far to the right that a moderate leftist seems like a radical, and a NAZI or Fascist seems like a conservative.

I realize that most Americans won’t understand what I just said. So, if you want to know what it’s all about, just write on one line across a sheet of paper ‘radical, liberal, conservative, reactionary,’ – left to right in that order. Then, write some definitions and examples under those terms – real ones, not popular ideas about what the terms mean. Then, you will note that the center of that political spectrum lies between liberal and conservative, as it should. If you move the center to the right, the moderate positions become ‘conservative’ and ‘reactionary,’ and that is what now pertains in US politics. What you think is a liberal is actually a conservative, and what you think is a conservative is actually a reactionary; liberal has become radical. and, that is how most Americans see things.

If you don’t believe me, just ask yourself how you (or, most Americans) believe that Bill Clinton or Hillary Clinton is a liberal when they enabled and promoted such policies as this current war, NAFTA, GATT, and other Globalization treaties, etc. The obvious answer is that they are actually conservatives, but Americans have been conditioned to think of them as liberals. The spectrum is skewed to the right. And, you should really be able to figure out for yourself who benefits from this conditioned belief.

10-13-2006 01:01 PM

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Clinton was, and is, a moderate.  You are quite correct in illustrating that he is depicted as being liberal by foaming at the mouth neocon religions nutjobs, who are typically mouthbreathers with a very interesting (polite way of saying “insane” way of rewriting history and looking at the world.

10-13-2006 02:12 PM

Re: Here is an actual data source on homeschooling..
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“College admission of applicants without high school diplomas has been going on for a long time. Harvard College specifically mentions that Harvard has never required a high school diploma for admission. Stanford University makes clear in a form letter to homeschooled applicants that a high school diploma is not necessary for admission. The United States Air Force Academy now has a specific Web page with answers to questions about homeschool admission procedures [link to a different Web site], a sign that it gets that kind of question quite often. More and more colleges are following their lead and mentioning admission policies for homeschoolers on-line or in printed materials…”

Selective Colleges Known to Have Admitted Homeschoolers
Adelphi U. !! NY * *
Agnes Scott C. !! GA * * *
Albertson C. !! ID * * * *
Albion C. !! MI * *
Alfred U. !! NY * * * *
Allegheny C. !! PA * * *
Alma C. [yes] MI * *
Alverno C. !! WI *
American U. !! DC * * * *
Amherst C. !! MA * * * * * *
Antioch C. !! OH *
Arizona State U. !! AZ * *
Asbury C. !! KY *
Assumption C. !! MA *
Auburn U. !! AL * * * * * *
Augustana C. !! IL *
Austin C. !! TX * * * *
Baylor U. !! TX * * * * *
Beloit C. !! WI * * * *
Bemidji State U. !! MN *
Bennington C. !! VT * * *
Berea C. !! KY *
Berklee C. of Music !! MA *
Berry C. !! GA * *
Bethany C. !! WV *
Bethel C. !! MN *
Biola U. !! CA *
Birmingham-Southern C. !! AL * * * * *
Boston C. !! MA * * * * * *
Boston Conservatory !! MA *
Boston U. !! MA * * * * * *
Bowdoin C. !! ME * * * * * *
Bradley U. !! IL * *
Brandeis U. !! MA * * * * *
Brigham Young U. !! UT * * * * *
Brown U. !! RI * * * * * *
Bryn Mawr C. !! PA * * * * * *
Bucknell U. !! PA * * * *
Buena Vista U. !! IA *
Butler U. !! IN * *
California Institute of Technology !! CA * * * * * *
California Polytechnic State U., San Luis Obispo !! CA *
California State U.–Los Angeles !! CA *
Calvin C. !! MI * * * * *
Capital U. !! OH *
Carleton C. !! MN * * * * *
Carnegie Mellon U. !! PA * * * * * *
Carroll C. !! MT *
Case Western Reserve U. !! OH * * * * *
Catholic U. of America !! DC * * * * *
Cedarville C. !! OH *
Central C. !! IA *
Christian Brothers U. !! TN *
Claremont McKenna C. !! CA * * * * * * *
Clemson U. !! SC * * * * *
Coe C. !! IA *
Colby C. !! ME * * * * * *
C. of St. Benedict !! MN * *
C. of St. Scholastica !! MN *
C. of the Atlantic !! ME * * *
C. of William and Mary !! VA * * * * * * *
C. of Wooster !! OH * * * *
Colorado C. !! CO * * * *
Colorado School of Mines !! CO * * * * *
Colorado State U. !! CO *
Concordia C. !! Moorhead, MN *
Cornell C. !! IA * *
Cornell U. !! NY * * * * * *
Creighton U. !! NE * * * *
Dartmouth C. !! NH * * * * * *
David Lipscomb U. !! TN *
Davidson C. !! NC * * * * * * *
Delaware Valley C. !! PA *
Denison U. !! OH * * * *
DePaul U. !! IL * * * *
DePauw U. !! IN * * *
Dickinson C. !! PA * * *
Drake U. !! IA * * *
Drew U. !! NJ * * *
Drexel U. !! PA * *
Drury C. !! MO *
Duke U. !! NC * * * * * *
Duquesne U. !! PA * *
Earlham C. !! IN * * * *
Eckerd C. !! FL * * *
Edinboro U. of Pennsylvania !! PA *
Elizabethtown C. !! PA *
Emory U. !! GA * * * * *
Evergreen State C. !! WA * * *
Fashion Institute of Technology !! NY *
Florida Institute of Technology !! FL * *
Franciscan U. of Steubenville OH !! * *
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10-13-2006 02:45 PM

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PatriarchVerlch
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PatriarchVerlch
“Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar, and earned his degree in economics.”

He was educated in the New World Order. What do you thing Rhodes Scholar means? Bow to the powers that be, promote their agendacide and get to be a powerful puppet with an agenda.

Women have been proving for the last 30 years that men have been right for the last 30 centuries!
http://www.verlch.blogspot.com

10-13-2006 03:35 PM

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Halladay
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Halladay

moneyneversleep wrote:
You really are an imbecile. It’s a pleasure speaking down to you. Being accepted to the U., coming from privelage and money demonstrate what I am saying quite accurately

Learn how to spell “privilege” correctly and some other words.. and then you can take your first steps in speaking down to people.  Dude.

Message Edited by Halladay on 10-13-200604:40 PM

10-13-2006 04:38 PM

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moneyneversleep
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moneyneversleep

Another moron spouting crap about secret societies, hidden agendas and conspiracy theories.  STFU about that and your biblical garbage and “prophesies”.  It is always the lowest rung on the totem pole who find themselves so outclassed that all they can pick apart is one word of spelling.  Losers.

10-14-2006 07:28 PM

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Halladay
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Halladay

moneyneversleep wrote:

“George W. Bush was a legacy”

was ?  did he pass away or something ?  no, he’s still president.

“gw has failed at business enterprise he has engaged in”

not true.  but coming from you, it’s no great surprise.

http://espn.go.com/mlb/bush/timeline.html

1989

April: Bush helps arrange a syndicate to purchase controlling interest in the Texas Rangers for $89 million. He borrows $500,000 to buy a small stake in the team and convinces the investor group to make him managing general partner. Bush becomes the public face of the team, while co-general partner Rusty Rose assumes control over the financial side. He receives a reported salary of $200,000 and begins lobbying for a new stadium for the club, which plays in a renovated minor-league facility, Arlington Stadium.

………

1996

October: The Rangers win the American League West, making the playoffs for the first time in franchise history. Attendance rebounds to 36,113 for the team, whose stadium revenues ($25.5 million) are deemed tops in baseball by Financial World. The magazine raises the estimated value of the franchise to $173 million.

1998

June: Tom Hicks purchases the Rangers for $250 million, the second-most ever paid for a Major League Baseball team. With his 10 percent escalator bonus, Bush receives $14.9 million for investment.

October: The Rangers win the second division title in team history.

i’ll  take espn facts over your nonsense anyday.  jackass

10-14-2006 09:25 PM

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moneyneversleep
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moneyneversleep

Sh*t for brains.  He had nothing to do with the Rangers.  He was brought in with no investment of his own capital (he borrowed the money necessary to own a 1.6% interest)  and no knowledge by friends of his father to keep his loser *ss out of trouble and make him feel important.   Every company he ran failed.    Unlike you I know and have had dealing with Richard Rainwater.  Next time don’t pull bs from your *ss and treat like gold.

http://www.realchange.org/bushjr.htm

“Like his dad, Junior struck out in Texas and founded an oil company, Arbusto Energy, Inc., with $20,000 of his own money. (Arbusto is the Spanish word for bush.) The company foundered in the early 1980s when oil prices dropped (and his dad was Vice President.)

The 50 investors, who were “mainly friends of my uncle” in Junior’s own words, put in $4.7 million and lost most of it. Junior claims that investors “did pretty good,” but Bush family friend Russell Reynolds told the Dallas Morning News: “The bottom line was there were problems, and it didn’t work out very well. I think we got maybe 20 cents on the dollar.”

As Arbusto neared collapse, Spectrum 7 Energy Corporation bought it in September 1984. Despite his poor track record, the owners made Bush, Jr. the president and gave him 13.6% of the parent company’s stock.

Spectrum 7 was a small oil firm owned by two staunch Reagan/Bush Sr. supporters — William DeWitt and Mercer Reynolds. These two were also owners of the Texas Rangers and allowed Bush Jr. to purchase a chunk of the team cheaply; he later sold it for over 24 times what he paid.

Within two years of purchasing Arbusto and making Bush Jr. president, Spectrum 7 was itself in trouble; it lost $400,000 in its last 6 months of operation. That ended in 1986, when Harken Energy Corporation bought Spectrum 7’s 180-well operation.

Junior got $227,000 worth of Harken stock, and a lot more. He was named to the board of directors, made $80,000 to $100,000 a year well into the 1990s as a “consultant” to Harken, and was allowed to buy Harken stock at 40% below face value.

He also borrowed $180,375 from Harken at very low rates; the company’s 1989 and 1990 SEC filings said it “forgave” $341,000 in loans to unspecified executives. ”

The third unusually easy deal for George Bush Junior was his involvement in the Texas Rangers baseball team. In a nutshell, he was offered a piece of this valuable franchise for only $600,000, by supporters of his dad who also bailed out his failing oil company. He sold his stake for $14 million – while Texas governor — to a Texas millionaire with lots of businesses regulated by his administration. “When all it is all said and done, I will have made more money than I ever dreamed I would make,” Bush told the Forth Worth Star-Telegram.

Bush was allowed to buy 1.8% of the team for $600,000 of borrowed money, and was even made one of the two general managers. His qualifications for partial ownership? Several years working at failing oil companies, and his political connections through his father. It’s hard to be sure, but we’re guessing that latter was probably more important.

Junior tripled his investment, like the other owners, with the help of massive government intervention and subsidies. But his real wealth came from simply being given 10% of the team as a “bonus” for “putting together the investment team.”

Even if he really had done that work, it’s an absurd bonus ($12.2 million), but the fact is that he didn’t add much. Cincinatti financier William DeWitt brought Bush in, not vice versa, shortly after George Bush Sr. was elected president. (DeWitt had also invested in Junior’s oil companies.). The only investor Bush actually brought in was Roland Betts, a Yale fraternity brother, and that wasn’t good enough.

Under Junior’s management, the deal was about to fall apart until baseball commissioner Peter Uebberoth brought in another investment group led by Fort Worth Billionaire Richard Rainwater and Dallas investor “Rusty” Rose. Since the deal, both men have profited greatly from business with the Texas administration of George Bush, Jr. Rose personally invested $3.2 million and became the other general manager of the team. Under the team partnership agreement, Bush Junior couldn’t take any “material actions” wihtout Rose’s prior approval. There was also a method for removing Junior as a general partner, but no way to remove Rose. Yet Rose’s “bonus” for his role in setting up the deal was less than half of Junior’s.

What kind of owners would approve such a big payoff to Bush? In addition to Rose and Rainwater, men with business pending before Texas government, the owners included William DeWitt and Mercer Reynolds, major contributors to President Bush who had also purchased Junior’s failing oil company through their Spectrum 7 Energy company.

If this deal doesn’t smell bad enough already, consider Bush’s blatant hypocrisy. The main value of the team is its new stadium (ranked by Financial World as the most profitable in baseball) and 300 acres of vacant land the team owns between the stadium and 6 Flags of Texas, which is next door. ”

10-15-2006 02:36 PM

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Halladay
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Halladay

all you can put up is far left crack pot sites.  go back to the dark cave and nest with your other far left moonbats jackass.

again.. an independent sources such as espn over your moonbat mentality anyday .

10-15-2006 02:56 PM

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Halladay
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Halladay

moneyneversleep wrote:

“Sh*t for brains.  He had nothing to do with the Rangers.  He was brought in with no investment of his own capital (he borrowed the money necessary to own a 1.6% interest)  and no knowledge by friends of his father to keep his loser *ss out of trouble and make him feel important.   Every company he ran failed.    Unlike you I know and have had dealing with Richard Rainwater.  Next time don’t pull bs from your *ss and treat like gold.”

jackass, people borrow money to make money all the time.  what do you think loans are for ?

you aren’t a yale guy dude.  you don’t make the money you claim you make.  no one who really makes money has to go around reminding people about it.  you are just basically a liar dude.  that’s right.  you really haven’t fooled many people here.

10-15-2006 03:01 PM

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moneyneversleep
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moneyneversleep

No, people don’t borrow there entire equity stake to “acquire” an asset in a business they have no knowledge or experience in.  This is known as politics.  Yes, my MBA is from Yale.  You, on the other hand, are as crazy as a sh*thouse rat running around spouting fairy tales from the bible, believing in conspiracy theories, and advancing indefensible positions.  Yes, I know and have worked with Richard Rainwater and found him to be, like me, quite practical and pragmatic.  It was good business to give a utter loser money due to the contacts his father had established and made due to his proficiency as a businessman and a political player.

I am not responsible for your being poor and foolish, that is your responsibility. I live 1/2 of the year in the 92657 zipcode.   Look it up and you will see what is all about.  My small little friend.

http://www.austinchronicle.com/issues/vol16/issue42/pols.bushstadium.html

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Halladay
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Halladay

moneyneversleep wrote :

“No, people don’t borrow there entire equity stake to “acquire” an asset in a business
they have no knowledge or experience in.”

jackass, people invest in the stock market all the time whether or not they have first hand experience in the business they are investing in or not.  they become “owners” of the business.  they are not required to have 50 years of experience in the business they invest in DUNG HEAP.

“Look it up and you will see what is all about.  My small little friend.”

first of all, i’m not your friend jackass.  and second, i don’t have to look much of anything up to be able to discount your moon bat mentality here.

“I am not responsible for your being poor and foolish”

oh don’t worry about being responsible for me moon bat.  i haven’t asked you to.   you have enough problems to worry about your own front porch.

10-15-2006 04:44 PM

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moneyneversleep
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moneyneversleep

Keep demonstrating your stupidity.  I couldn’t do a better job of helping you do it if I tried.

10-15-2006 05:45 PM

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Halladay
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Halladay

nice try jackass.. that’s about all you are going to do

10-15-2006 05:56 PM

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moneyneversleep
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moneyneversleep

Thank you for proving my point my opening your piehole and spewing uninformed bile all over.  Well done.

10-16-2006 10:40 AM

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moneyneversleep
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moneyneversleep

Thank you for proving my point my opening your pieh*le and spewing uninformed bile all over.  Well done.

10-16-2006 10:40 AM

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Halladay
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Halladay

don’t let your imagination get the best of you.  dude

10-16-2006 04:31 PM

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moneyneversleep
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moneyneversleep

Your proof that the inmates are running the asylum.  Keep up your delusions and masturb*ating to internet porn, it’s the best you can do.

10-17-2006 10:25 AM

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Halladay
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Halladay

“Your proof that the inmates are running the asylum”

it doesn’t take much to run you.. true

10-17-2006 04:49 PM

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