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And Lorf looked over the land and saw that it was bad.
Thus he lifted his arms and said to the true believers,
"Let the party commence."
Guy on the right looks just like my roomate
hi its me cippenham slough uk resident
im in lewins way cippenham slough.
building an electric field to kill people with
it's based on the electric field i built for the flats above kfc where dirty cops get their end away on forced sex slaves from the muslim brotherhood abductions at slough grammar. rest of missing teenagers.
it should be ready soon.
check out my four by four. im a technical expert. if you loiter around too long out of place. i might come see whats going on.
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Seriously, you need to get back on your meds.
It's funny because it's true
get a load of this newfig
I don't understand what you mean?
That was a little obvious.
Does anybody know of some good websites to get live streaming cable channels for free? (Preferably US cable channels) The sites I normally use seem to have a lot of issues when it comes to keeping the channels working. Or they try and make you buy a membership for channels that they are stealing anyway. And I'm not about to do that, because I'm not that airwolfing stupid. They make enough money from the popup ads they try to bombard you with. (Thank god for ad block and ghostery)
Right now I use;
http://afmtv.[banned blog url].com
The first site has a good selection of channels. But they mostly just take the streams from the second site, or others. And 90% of the time, most of the channels are down. The second site has an even better selection of channels, but the ones I actually want to watch are always blocked and reserved for "premium" members. (Or suckers, since the premium users on their forums say buying an account does nothing to make it more reliable.) The last site is pretty reliable. But when it comes to actual tv channels, their selection is slim, and there are only channels I never watch.
So if anyone knows of any sites or android apps that are not total ripoffs or scams, post them here.
I know there are a few good sites where people upload links. But sometimes you have to wait several days for someone to upload one or find a torrent. I want to find more streaming sites that actually work so I don't have to wait to watch new stuff.
Well then maybe you should try harder.
Search engines don't like to index these kinds of sites. Even the ones that supposedly don't filter their results.
Is there any possible way to build a clock without being arrested?
the queen orders you to
as the nsa can unwipe 7 wipes. i was tinkin about 4 gutmanns. unless 13kb seems like alot of wiping.
lets grow some noses. for the trimming at the barber shop.
or i will be uploading to youtube.be the jubillee fountain footage with prince charles watching gleefully.
as god. i put myself in charge.
it's your nose getting as long as you like. you will never remember.
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you will be arrested if not already
modern arresting makes your house the prison the sentence to commence upon posting. it's the truth. suck it up.
dont know why building a clock results in instant imprisonment in your home while investigations go on. the people who investigate dont know why. ask them why. i dont know why. is what they always say.
lets play spot the paedo.
( hint: like children. seek families to procure children. train to work with children historically. seek roles and cover stories such as in child protection. members of fake child protection charities ( lesser known ones.) higher chance of being female than male. according to arrest logs.)
hints done. check out the silhouette and make your own mind up. thanks for watching.
carry on browsing the internet. you bad boy you. such a bad person. internet browser. bad bad person.
uh, yeah. its the point.
Well. airwolf this.
offline internet rocks
and a hard place
all my porns
are from ten years ago
mom is this the REAL internet?
my hand makes motions snails.
That's a shame about the cloud cover. I miss most celestial events because of that. I might actually see this one, so I am excited.
I'm not messing around I'm genuinely intrested.
he's interested in dicks
I'm going to make a foolhardy attempt to explain my philosophical perspective in a way that others may understand. I do this because I'm tired of reading the same old debates on pro or anti Abrahamic nonsense. Feel free to dispairage my beliefs, but at least try harder than using the mistranslated, misquoted, ancient drunken babblings of some guy who didn't have the leadership skills to keep his own family together--let alone a religous cult.
In case you recognize it, yes, this is largely based on Minbari philosphy, which is likely writer and producer J. Michael Strazinsky's attempt to explain his philosphical perspective to the masses.
Here we go:
One day the universe will expand to a point at which it must invert upon itself. Every subatomic particle within it will be recast as new stars, planets, people, etc. This may have already happened an infinite number of times; we are not yet advanced enough to know. With every cycle the fabric of the universe changes shape and color, though every thread is preserved. The atoms that burn in the stars are the same atoms that make up our bodies; the energy that blasts the universe apart into galaxies and asteroids is the same energy that burns in our hearts. We are the universe; it is us. As we are "alive", so it must be--one great organism, not giving life on one planet or another but being alive all throughout. The universe has nearly infinte organs for nearly infinite purposes and we are but one. Perhaps, we will one day evolve to understand our role in this great body and perhaps even the role of the universe itself, as it is--in a way we are yet too small to comprehend--concious and aware. Before the next big bang, we will have millions of years of opportunity to find the answers to our petty questions of morality; eons to make mistakes and try to learn and do better. If we use that time to better ourselves--we could be there to witness the greatest event in the cycle of history: the universe giving birth to itself.
It does not bother me that "I", personally, will not be there. I will always be here, in some fragment or form; the universe does not decay, waste, or discard. Everything will be recycled. There is no need to distinguish "life" and "afterlife" because the universe does not die.
Abrahamic nonsense: "Wait, wut? No hell?"
Stupid, half-baked, short answers for people who need that kind of thing:
No hell, no heaven, no eternal nothingness.
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>I think you mean to say "evolution goes against the god of Moses, according to the tale of man's origin recounted in Genesis."
Yes that is what I meant to say, thank you.
This is good advice. Actually after reading your post a part of me wants to give up. There are a lot of religions out there and Christianity alone is very complex especially if you include theology. I bet the Quran is about as complex as the bible and I bet the way they have everything set up it would take years to fully understand the nature of their god. Life is too short to investigate every single religion in the world, so perhaps my attempt at disproving the existence a personal god is pointless. We will see.
I think evolution itself contradicts the concept of a personal designer. Everytime I study evolution I see the exact opposite of design, but that is just me. Evolution seems to be really good evidence that an impersonal designer or impersonal forces brought life into existence. However I think almost all religions have one thing in common, almost all religious people claim that their religion is true! It doesn't matter how irrational their religion can be, people just blindly follow it and most of them don't even question it. Christianity and Islam are no different. What are the odds that the Hindus or the Christians or the Muslims just happened to be born in the right place and at the right time with the correct religion? If you look at it like that, man made religion just seems like a bunch of bullshit, but that is just my opinion.
>You may have met the kind of fedora-wearing "atheists" who "hate Christianity" and really just enjoy commiting blasphemy against the god of their parents rather than simply not believe in any higher power. There are also many "satanists" following the same inverted theology. Don't fall into this trap; you can do better.
I won't, thanks for the advice. A few years ago I used to be an atheist, but one day I learned that there is actually good evidence of a higher power. Now I just need to find more evidence of a higher power and see if it fits in with all the other facts that have been confirmed. I admit that it can be pretty hard trying to stay objective, but so far I have been doing good. If I was closed minded I would have just given up and became a nihilist because that is the way I want it to be.
It is more likely that they are wrong. If you study evolution and compare it to Christianity you will see a lot of contradictions. According to the bible it was original sin that brought death into the world. When god made the world everything was good. There was no sickness, no predatory animals and more importantly no death or pain. Evolution tells a completely different story. According to evolution there was no original sin, death itself brought man into the world. Sickness, death, suffering, predatory animals all of these things brought us into the world.
According to the new testiment Adam and Eve's sin brought death into the world, but if evolution is true than death is the hero of the plot. My conclusion is, if there is no god then ultimately good and evil don't exist and life is meaningless. If that's the case then you can do whatever feels good. You can be a rapist, terrorist, serial killer, thief and that wouldn't make you a bad person. Sadly even good deeds are meaningless.
>the correct religion
Another thing I have stopped worrying about, because it is obvious bullshit. They can't all be right, and not one of them could be any more or less right than another, which leaves that all of them are most likely wrong. The only rational thing for each of us to do is to find answers to our moral and spiritual questions in our own terms, without expecting that our beliefs apply to other people or that theirs apply to us.
>my attempt at disproving the existence a personal god is pointless
I don't think it is. Whether or not you come to a conclusion, I think the process of figuring it out is doing you good--especially if it helps put your worries to rest so you can begin to focus on more practical concerns in your life.
>Sickness, death, suffering, predatory animals all of these things brought us into the world.
After I quit the cult of Abraham, I spent some years studying Buddhism. Much of its philosophy is derived from the perspective that physical world is made of suffering--even if we were not given to behavior that intensifies that suffering--and that physical suffering is a matter of flesh, easily overcome by spiritual or psychological determination; thus our sentience is evidence that we are more than flesh--that we exist in at least two realities.
have a some of this
Hi I am new here. I found this cute picture for you to enjoy. I hope you like it.
I can't think of anywhere I'd rather be when it all comes crashing down.
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>Hi I am new here. I found this cute picture for you to enjoy. I hope you like it.
What's the name of that symbol?
It refers any anime?
It's a symbol that means "I'm an insecure attention whore," like every other tattoo.
It looks like the sigils from Shadow of the Colossus.
It's the written form of reverse-sexy-no-jitsu from Naruturd.