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  1. It's a good snark and certainly an accurate...

    It's a good snark and certainly an accurate snark. I guess the lesson is unchanged: When it clearly doesn't work it's a test. When it does appear to work it's a miracle.
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    "Convert" is the wrong word. "Fool" is the...

    "Convert" is the wrong word. "Fool" is the correct word.
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    Huh? Where's the Duct tape?

    Huh? Where's the Duct tape?
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    I think you are a hyperbolist, a person who...

    We're not communists. Stop swallowing right wing garbage.

    Democratic socialism is, again, something the U.S. already does, only we think it can be and should be expanded.

    Your comment about...
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    We're as free as those baboons, or just as...

    I don't think we can avoid thermodynamics when we study human cultures. Since we are here by random process cooking in other random processes it is little wonder that we observe conservation of...
  6. Maybe the lesson is that being a peaceful...

    Odd how that works morally with his religious views. Apparently gays can buy his wedding cakes just as long as he doesn't know.[/QUOTE]

    Maybe the lesson is that being a peaceful hypocrite makes...
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    Agreed to the point that his comments are spot on...

    Agreed to the point that his comments are spot on and have everything to do with a discussion of faith, be it religious faith or not.
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    Ignorance leads to fear, fear leads to violence. ...

    Religion fulfills this need in a lot of people. Too bad that need could not be fulfilled by more productive ritual.[/QUOTE]

    There is nothing stopping anyone from creating and practicing rituals...
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    Can believing something be considered a mental...

    Can believing something be considered a mental ritual? I think so. As you say, rituals give comfort and proclaim identity. In the end, we are what we do, and because none of us can read minds...
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    If Trumpo does run it will be for money, despite...

    If Trumpo does run it will be for money, despite anything his admiring loonies might feel. He'll use them like he'd use anyone.
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    Religion fulfills this need in a lot of people. ...

    Religion fulfills this need in a lot of people. Too bad that need could not be fulfilled by more productive ritual.
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    Our realities are identical. Pretending and...

    You described yourself elsewhere as stoic, unless I'm mistaken. But you appear more cynical than stoic. If I had such a negative view of my own fate and the fate of this planet I wouldn't get out...
  13. Wow. Sounds like someone didn't like their lead...

    Wow. Sounds like someone didn't like their lead in The Reluctant Dragon. Any story told in Black and White with characters named Dumbo is nothing short of genocide. There is no justice.
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    You described yourself elsewhere as stoic, unless...

    You described yourself elsewhere as stoic, unless I'm mistaken. But you appear more cynical than stoic. If I had such a negative view of my own fate and the fate of this planet I wouldn't get out...
  15. That's the failure of the Electoral System is it...

    So, how many electoral college votes are represented by the red area, and how many are represented by the dot that is NYC?[/QUOTE]

    The cited 8.4 million population for New York apparently...
  16. Yep. One had to be a white male, wealthy, and a...

    That's right. They wanted to ensure the primacy of land and slave owners, while allowing a degree of equality among them.[/QUOTE]

    Yep. One had to be a white male, wealthy, and a member of the CoE...
  17. Thanks, Swami, for indulging my ignorance on the...

    Thanks, Swami, for indulging my ignorance on the topic. :)

    The reason I brought up translation is because as we know we can make translations into what we want them to say, which changes the...
  18. All radiant barriers suffer from this problem.

    All radiant barriers suffer from this problem.
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    I think more than anything it makes the person...

    I think more than anything it makes the person aware of a responsibility. A ten dollar license is a token but it does send a message.

    I never had a license here in PA and still don't. Was just...
  20. So, how many electoral college votes are...

    So, how many electoral college votes are represented by the red area, and how many are represented by the dot that is NYC?
  21. Given all the evidence presented isn't it most...

    Given all the evidence presented isn't it most likely that this ark is a legend? Not attempting to be pedantic btw.

    We are dealing here with translations. Is there confidence in the...
  22. Again, all good stuff.

    What's working fine? All the stuff that affects you personally? I would agree with that.


    Out of curiosity, advance how?[/QUOTE]

    Again, all good stuff.
  23. Trinity College, eh? Answers a lot of questions.

    Trinity College, eh? Answers a lot of questions.
  24. That's all good stuff. I suppose that if I'd...

    I've always wondered why bad hygiene is so important to people who pee out of their dicks. It's nasty. There is not one male that I've ever done laundry for, which is quite a few, whose underwear did...
  25. I'm glad someone finally revealed what MSM is...

    Generally speaking, they don't intentionally lie. "MSM" is just a label that refers to a diverse collection of independent news outlets. They report on many things about Ukraine and Russia, and...
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