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Jim1cor13 last won the day on May 28 2015

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    I think much of the information being spread is based upon this "Q" anonymous character. It started in October of 2017, and claimed then that Hill Clinton would be indicted by end of October that year. Of course that did not happen as well as everything else that has been claimed. As much as we all want to see corruption dealt with and all responsible held accountable, we need to be careful of believing claims just because it is what we want to hear.
  2. Very wise information, simple and to the point. Most folks do not get adequate sun exposure, and those that do wear too much sun blocker which is worse for them than the sun. It is pretty sad when the RDA of vitamin D is 400 IU., when in reality we need so much more than that, his 10,000 iu. base is quite accurate for those who do not get out much. Much disease can occur when vit. D and magnesium levels are deficient, but pharma provides a myriad of drugs to hide the symptoms of our bodies telling us what we need.
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    Transgender wins Miss Spain - Insane World

    Must be a reason why aliens fly by and decide NOT to stay. Why would they?
  4. So sorry to hear this about Brandy and her children. Just tragic but I am grateful they are still alive. Please tell her we are thinking of her and hoping her and her kids heal quickly. Thank you Bridget for informing all of us.
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    Creating "Fakeness"

    Thank you CL. A good reminder for us all that just because something may be what we want to hear, it never means it is "truth". So many sites making claims that have zero evidence, yet many believe the claim. This is most prevalent within political and religious topics.
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    all-you-can-eat buffets

    John is a funny guy. Just one of those fellows that are fun to listen to. He died in 2014, very talented fellow, and just a nice person. Thanks B/A for the laugh! :)
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    Slip of the tongue is no fault to the mind

    Thanks Pitcher. I really think anyone who puts party above their country is extremely shortsighted and pays little attention to history. In my opinion, a true patriot's loyalty should rest in two places, but actually they are one..."we the people" and their country. If a person is a "party loyalist", and I know more than a few, I find they are blind to anything that does not reflect positive on their parties, and that is very shortsighted. They are the first to argue and bicker which solves nothing. In addition, most do not realize that party politics are dirty, corrupt and with an underlying motive to keep "we the people" divided. I have seen the games played by both parties, over many decades, and the root of all of it is division. If we are loyal to our country and the people that give it life, and if we learn to work together rather than against each other, we would strip party politics of its influence in how we conduct ourselves toward our fellow citizens. No one needs political ideologies and the division that comes with it...we the people only need to first see each other as citizens, treat each other as we desire to be treated and work together to do the right thing for our country, not for a political party. Political parties are and always will be all about the money, and history proves they value that much more than they do "we the people" who they swore to serve. Party loyalty usually has only one fruit...maybe two...division and lack of critical thinking. Most folks DO want what is best for the republic. Unfortunately, we too often only hear from those who are more interested in power and control rather than doing what is best for everyone regardless of their party. If we are truly for liberty and freedom and the pursuit of happiness and decency, being a party loyalist will only distract us from reaching those ideals. This is clearly seen in how many folks supported bills that have slowly stripped those ideals from us, because they were more loyal to their political party than they were for the good of their country.
  8. Graham pledges to 'sanction the hell out of Saudi Arabia' over missing journalist Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) on Tuesday said he would "sanction the hell out of Saudi Arabia" while blaming Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in the disappearance of a U.S.-based journalist. "It's up to the president," Graham said on Fox News's "Fox & Friends" when asked what President Trump should do about the situation. "I know what I'm going to do: I'm going to sanction the hell out of Saudi Arabia." Graham added that he was "personally offended" by the disappearance of Washington Post contributor Jamal Khashoggi, who has been missing since Oct. 2, when he entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul to get paperwork needed for his marriage. He went on to say that he has been a staunch defender of Saudi Arabia, but warned that he cannot "do business" with the country until Salman is ousted. "This guy is a wrecking ball. He had this guy murdered," Graham said. "To expect me to ignore it, I feel used and abused." LINK: --- My opinion is simple: This should not go away or be swept under a rug. We need to follow up against their barbarism and tyrannical ways and it sounds like the President and others are prepared to do so. It will not change their ways nor how they treat people, but it will at least let them know we will not cover for them, "ally" or not. I would also void the 110 Billion dollar arms deal cut with them last year.
  9. Well said cranman, quite right my friend. I think we forget that aspect, 'we the people' are part of the business, we want what we want, and it is too easy to overlook the human aspects of the originating country where we do business. If it were not for the oil products, likely it would be a different relationship. To me, The Sauds are oppressive and is very much a part of their culture, but...they have what we want, perhaps the US can change that if we were self sufficient in oil...and we could be I think. Thanks :)
  10. No flaming from me cranman. It's true, all of it is about the money and running a country is a huge business and to do so, one must overlook a lot, perhaps too much in order to maintain a certain lifestyle, etc. I do not agree with that idea, but I understand it. They have a right to their cultural ideas and beliefs/traditions, etc., but I personally do not support how they treat their citizens, nor how they have harmed and killed so many innocents within Yemen. For me, how one treats another tells a story much clearer than words, and many in the region use their religion to abuse others and that to me is shameful but it happens far too often. Unfortunately, the bottom line is always the business aspect which requires overlooking too much, but little to nothing that can be done about it. If it were not for their oil, I bet how we view their practices would change, but perhaps not, because in the end, it is really all about trade, agreements and revenues, it is just reality and much is overlooked that should not be. Thanks
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    DV Prayer Family

    Thanks shabs for updating us. It sounds like you have a strong family, and you are getting through this one step at a time together. The emotional stress can be gut wrenching, but you all made it through to this point. You never really "get over it", but time will help everyone accept it and also cherish your memories of your brother even more. You are a class act my friend, and I am certain your family appreciates your love and strength because it is helping them get through it all also. Love and peace to you, always.
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    DV Prayer Family

    So sorry to hear of this Shabs. There is no making sense of it, but the part that is most important is what you said about him and the type of brother he was TO YOU. It shows you loved him, respected him and now life will have to go on without him. There is no easy answer, just one day at a time to process the loss and be grateful he was your brother and your friend for 58 years. It is all going to take time, and I have no doubt you will be very instrumental in comforting his family, not with a bunch of words or phrases, but by just being you AND by being close to those hurting. Your brother was a decent person, a good man who kept to himself, and didn't hurt anyone. There is no greater character trait or quality than how one treats others. It sounds like your brother understood that. Rather than trying to make sense of it, just be there for those who remain, you will get through it together and hopefully find the grace to make something beautiful out of the pain. All the best to you my friend...
  13. It is a circus but in too many ways, politics as usual. Lives being ruined via at this point an accusation rather than any solid evidence. How is anyone supposed to investigate something of this nature when the people involved do not even recall a specific time or date other than a summer time party? One would think for any of this to be legitimate and sincere, details and solid evidence should have been sought BEFORE making this into yet another circus. Apparently we live in a time when it only takes an accusation to be considered "truth", and that we have seen time and again when it comes to politics or political posturing. Washington is good at destroying lives based upon accusations, which makes it exactly what it has been for decades, a literal cesspool. In my opinion, we are watching just more social engineering going on and the push to get human beings to become even more divided by hindering normal healthy conversation and interaction. Truly a tragedy in the making...and it is always "we the people" who lose.
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    Where in the Bible does it say God the son?

    Thanks coors...your post I quoted is called having some class and respect. People forget it is called "belief". I can believe the sun is made of charcoal and gasoline, but that doesn't make it true. It never seems to fail, religion and politics are the two most divisive subjects in human history, they were created to be that way, but most rarely realize this. Due to some of my background over the years, I have met and talked with all manner of folks about religion and why they believe in certain things, etc. When pressed about subjects such as what we have in this thread, there are always those who immediately become defensive, and turn on the questioner, or they issue the standard "burn in hell" threats and run, because apparently that is all they got. Fruit? Usually not, but there are always a few who are willing to read rather than REACT, and everyone learns something from each other rather than demanding to be "right" in their beliefs. Some have a need to constantly be validated about their beliefs, it is just part of being human, we all want to believe we are "right" when in reality, not one single person can say with 100% certainty their religion is "truth", due to lack of evidence, which is why it takes faith. Only thing that matters to me is a persons character and how they treat others, especially those they deem as "beneath" them or their perceived subordinates. If they fail in their treatment of others and begin to accuse and condemn, those folks are a sham and I have seen this time and again. These type of folks only want to believe they have it all figured out, and they are only fooling themselves. Thanks again for your thoughtful comment. It tells me much about your own character :)
  15. That means simply that you are willing to think for yourself and ask questions about life and the bizarre world we find ourselves in I wonder if the god of some religions was created in the image of some twisted men who lusted after power over others and the god they created they made capable of committing atrocities against others so they could justify their own devious actions. If one refused to submit, it only takes a threat of endless torment to force conversion. It all does make one wonder, and that is a healthy thing.

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