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Tuesday, February 23, 2010 12:33:13 AM
what do muslims most desire to do?
what do christians most desire to do?
what do jews most desire to do?
what do buddhists most deaire to do?
what is the to do?
is it the same 'to do'?
and how many lives are spent in that, 'to do'?
and how many lies are spread in that, 'to do'?
how many lies and lives spewed on the face of this earth in such disregard for no other reason than something to do?
Cosmology: Did You Know?
Tuesday, February 23, 2010 12:05:05 AM
what about all the blue shifted light disregaded? explain that please? and the question of dark matter? no less?
do such bodies in motion always move away? what about those speeding in time towards one another in an infinite space? what is their supposed attraction or supposed opposition?
you like explosions? there are many galaxies that seem to move towards one another.
How would you move, if you were a fish in a tank in an infininte sea?
time isn't a cone, it is a measure created by man, in an attempt to understand the fallacies of a myopic men
Shia and Sunni Muslim Explained.
Monday, February 22, 2010 11:55:08 PM
any religion that is founded on the premise that they have the last word is bullshite
Women convert to Islam
Monday, February 22, 2010 11:52:22 PM
god knows the extremists are running out virgins at 72 each for a shot at salvation
so much for peace
a piece of what?
community of women
Sunday, February 21, 2010 10:55:28 AM
share and share alike in the utopian male dominated society?
Lots of snow!
Saturday, February 20, 2010 4:36:29 AM
dunno, you live in finland, how are the polar bears faring? or seals? or do you still club the cubs for pleasure?
Saturday, February 20, 2010 4:31:36 AM
based upon what? from whence do you begin to measure time? and how do you measure time, or increment time?
time? how much do you have? and who on earth do you choose to share time with? or better yet asked... who spends your time? or wastes it?
What is the oldest book you own?
Saturday, February 20, 2010 4:02:11 AM
as far as words spoken or written almost verbatum, a tanakh, i puchased a couple years ago
as far as printed ink on paper, shucks, besides whats on donation i think it is something james fennimore cooper wrote, but that is just a fictional story of deer slayer.
then again, i have a bible that predates cooper too
do heirlooms count?
i have older verse, like such things from sephir yetzirah and scriblets on tablets, but they are just reprints
how far back in stone do you wanna go?
OMG! Another Verb Going Down!
Saturday, February 20, 2010 3:01:45 AM
suck it up and drive on
take it in stride
well done, outstanding! in the rain
or if ya speak french, in da rain
see voyeur play
given the time
are you asking about combat and battle? or fellatio?
I hold my liquor by the ears in most regards, unless there is something nice here and they ask politely, or prove borish, then shucks, a roast...
ahem, roasted? routed? rooted? hooted, en route
done dealt passed gone going over
moving forward forewards for words or a loss thereof descendant
they say in the world of etiquette that it is impolite to speak with ones mouth full, but really, it never bothered me much
so much for linguistics
Friday, February 19, 2010 3:58:21 AM
I thought it 'twas, biblical, as I recall, "...great jumping jehosaphats..."
or something to that effect, something about jesus and phat whores and jehovas witnesses and bare toes on hot desert sand...
bird's eye view wrote:
Goodness know where it comes from but how about "Jumping Jehosaphats" Anybody know its origin?
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