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  1. The Blue Turban King hasn't entered into Foix yet. Quatrain 9:73 The Blue Turban King entered into Foix, And he will reign less than an evolution of Saturn: The White Turban King Byzantium heart banished, Sun, Mars and Mercury near Aquarius. Quatrain 8:77 The antichrist very soon annihilates the three, Twenty-seven years his war will last: The unbelievers dead, captive, exiled, With blood, human bodies, water and red hail covering the earth. Quatrain 6:24 Mars and the scepter will be found conjoined Under Cancer calamitous war: Shortly afterwards a new King will be anointed, One who for a long time will pacify the earth.
  2. So in other words you are better than everyone else? Is that what you are saying because no where in the description about the people going through the drive thru window being served by the power tripping fascist employees was the name Shabbs mentioned. Nor was it said that I went through the drive thru. Maybe instead of being braggadocious that you work on your reading comprehension and retention skills. But its always about "me, me, me" right? And for the record I am not talking about myself as the "me" in that previous sentence.
  3. Man there is the potential for a debate on "potential conflated with manifestation (or capability versus actual being)" here somewheres.... anyways...back to mask nazis or brownshirt mask critters handing their arses to those not wearing masks... ah shucks lets just call it what it truly is fascist people deriding others for not wearing a mask... lol
  4. Geeze Shabs what are you insinuating...please do say it outright. And if you think I got my arse handed to me by a bunch of yucks getting off on their power trip you missed the point of them not requiring the mask at the drive thru window, which by the way is not within the 6 feet social distancing mandate. Nor did you get the point of me putting the mask "over" my mouth and nose as was yelled at me. But then again amoeba's would be genius and have more intellect to figure that one out.
  5. Today's grilling of AG Barr by the House Judiciary Committee, Rep Eric Fartwell said something interesting during this grilling HE stated that Trump has a two-tiered system of justice. One for his cronies and himself and the other for everyone else. But what is the real two-tier system in place: The 5 Biggest Controversies of Eric Holder's Term as Attorney General From Fast and Furious to the 9/11 mastermind, Holder's most-disputed moves. By ERIN DOOLEY, NOAH WEILAND, VERONICA STRACQUALURSI and KIRSTEN APPLETON September 25, 2014, 5:15 PM 6 min read U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder delivers a keynote speech at New York University's law school, Sept. 23, 2014, in New York. U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder delivers a keynote speech at New York University's law school, Sept. 23, 2014, in New York.undefined Julio Cortez / AP Photo — -- intro: Almost as soon as he was confirmed, it was clear that Attorney General Eric Holder’s tenure would be beset by controversy. In February 2009, his provocative statement -- “in things racial we have always been and I believe continue to be, in too many ways, essentially a nation of cowards” -- roiled many. As one of President Obama’s longest-serving and most-trusted advisers, Holder, who today announced he would step down from the post he has held for five-and-a-half years, has long been a favorite punching bag for the right. Here’s a look at the five biggest controversies during his time at the Justice Department. As one of president Obama’s longest-serving and most-trusted advisers, Holder has long been a favorite punching bag for the right. Here’s a look at the five biggest controversies during his time at the Justice Department: quicklist: 1. 9/11 MASTERMINDS: If Holder had his way, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the mastermind of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, might now be on death row. But staunch political opposition to Holder's plan to prosecute Mohammed in a Manhattan civilian court prevented the attorney general from carrying out what he thought was a “highly-detailed, formidable case” in a federal court just blocks from Ground Zero, which would have intensified the trial even more. Instead, Mohammed is still waiting in Guantanamo Bay after Holder shifted his case to military courts at the detention center in 2011, bowing to legislation that bars Guantanamo inmates from traveling to the U.S. He told Yahoo News this week in an interview, “I will say that if my recommendation had been followed, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and his confederates would be on death row right now. Right now.” media: 25755241 2 :MONITORING THE PRESS:Among a number of controversies during his tenure involving journalists, Holder had to temper public anger in 2013 over the Justice Department’s seizure of Associated Press phone records resulting from an AP article in May 2012. Holder believed the article on a terrorist plot in Yemen threatened American security, and defended the Justice Department’s need to vet the AP correspondence. The president of The Associated Press claimed he kept the story from publication until government officials had confirmed there were no national security concerns that could have resulted from the article, and White House secretary Jay Carney insisted President Obama remained a faithful guardian of First Amendment rights. Holder’s argument came just years after dropping charges against former Justice Department lawyer Thomas Tamm, who leaked details of a Bush administration wiretapping program to the New York Times. Also in 2013, Holder denied attempting to prosecute journalists after reports revealed the Justice Department was monitoring Fox News reporter James Rosen following a story he published in 2009 on Iran. media: 25756073 3 OPERATION FAST AND FURIOUS text:In a gunrunning sting gone awry, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives lost an estimated 1,400 weapons in Mexico -- including two guns that resurfaced at the murder scene of U.S. Border Patrol agent Brian Terry in December 2010. The following May, Holder, who technically oversees ATF, testified before the House Judiciary Committee that he had only known about the sting, dubbed “Operation Fast & Furious,” for a few weeks. But after investigators uncovered memos on Fast & Furious sent to Holder in July 2010, congressional Republicans cried foul. According to the Justice Department, however, Holder never read the memos – and an IG report later “found no evidence that Department or ATF staff informed Holder about Operation Fast and Furious prior to 2011.” Holder repeatedly denied a DOJ cover-up, saying only, “This operation was flawed in concept, as well as in execution.” Bolstered by Obama’s assertion of executive privilege, which prevented future prosecution, Holder refused to turn over documents related to Fast and Furious, infuriating Congressional Republicans, who accused him of concealing administration failures. He was held in contempt of Congress in June 2012, marking the first time an attorney general has been held in criminal contempt. media: 25756744 quicklist:4 title:*** MARRIAGE text:In 2011, the attorney general said he won’t defend Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) which rules that federal interpretation of “marriage” applies only to heterosexual couples. Last year, Holder told ABC News, “From my perspective, [*** marriage] is really the latest civil-rights issue.” So when six state attorneys general said they would not defend laws that ban *** marriage, Holder did not step in. Instead, Holder said they didn’t have to defend the laws if they believed they were unconstitutional. Holder’s handling of the matter did not sit well with former Justice Department officials, who believed the actions of Obama’s attorney general were anti-democratic. A U.S. attorney general, as head of the Justice Department, is responsible for enforcing federal laws. One critic of Holder, former Virginia Solicitor General William H. Hurd said, “These are important issues, but the job of an attorney general is not to act as a judge and decide them. His job is to act as an advocate and defend the laws enacted through the democratic process.” media: 25756272 quicklist:5 title:DRUG CRIMES text:In 2013, Holder modified the Justice Department’s sentencing policy for low-level, drug-related crimes out of belief that they were discriminatory and destabilizing. “Let’s be honest: Some of the enforcement priorities that we have set have had a destabilizing effect on particular communities ... largely poor and of color, and [have been] applied inappropriately,” Holder said in a speech. In the past, mandatory minimum sentences were implemented to discourage drug use and reduce racially-biased sentences. Holder mandated the modification so that low-level, non-violent drug offenders with no ties to gangs or cartels would no longer be charged with offenses that “impose draconian, mandatory” sentences, and would instead be sentenced on an individual basis. Since the modification last year, the federal prison population dropped by 4,800 ... the first time the prison population declined since 1980. media: 25757773
  6. IF you have a slightly above intellect an amoeba would be considered a genius by that reasoning.
  7. Are these rioters even rioting for George Floyd anymore? I mean it happened in Minnesota and yet we hear about the riots (officially declared a riot 22 times in Portland, almost half the days they have been "protesting"). So the radical alt-left's answer is to let the motha burn? Socialism and KKKommunism and Mao Tse Dong rhetoric combined with Alphabet soup loopy dee loop? Funny how they want to erase history but are repeating history yet know nuting of history and what was the final outcome of KKKomunism and socialism throughout the world. Like NFAC now calling for a new country within a country like the Nation of Islam called for one in 1937. Chernobyl has land available for those who want to start a new country.
  8. Lisa have you ever felt like Wakko ....wait for it.... And Lisa can you? Just can you.... But hey lets just ...
  9. Funny how the study to prove that masks did not prevent COVID was retracted and subsequently removed. Wonder why that is? You know what could have prevented deaths? Not sending positive COVID patients into Nursing homes. There I put it into a font size you could understand.
  10. Shabs nope not even in the slightest because I have already said what you truly are. So don't even go there.
  11. I have been holding something back in this discussion about those snowflake SJWs that I have not stated previously because I wanted this discussion to highlight the hypocrisy that is inherent in the wearing of mask. Like I said I forgot my mask when I went into the store and then once inside was confronted by a bunch of "woke" SJWs whom others have said were on a power trip.I agree with that assessment. Now on to what I was holding back. So it has been stated in previous posts in this thread some would not wear a mask if they were alone, like mowing the grass or outside walking. What about in a car by yourself? I don't wear a mask when I am by myself in a car and I know a lot of others do not either. See this particular restaurant has a drive-thru window. And as I was walking into the restaurant you can see the window and people in their cars in line placing, waiting and getting their orders. As I noticed the people in the cars with the window down not one of them had a mask on. I know they were all intelligent enough to wear a mask. When they received their food none of them was told to wear a mask. So it was okay to go through the drive-thru, wait at the drive-thru window, have the same SJWs who yelled at me about wearing a mask hand the non-mask wearing patron their food. It was okay to go through the drive-thru not wearing a mask! Talk about irony. What just because they were in their car reaching through two windows that there is chance to get the virus? This is hypocrisy in the system. Their woke world only extended to what they have been told. There was no use of critical thinking that if they were required to serve food inside the patron needed a mask to if they were required to serve food through a drive -thru window the patron would also need a mask. And there is the rub in the ointment.
  12. LA sheriff will fine you $300 if you're not wearing a mask in public this includes cutting your grass or taking a walk. Miami to fine people up to $500 if they don't wear masks this includes anyplace outside your front door. Massachusetts communities threaten fines of up to $1,000 for not wearing coronavirus masks outside So outside, walking your dog, walking on the beach, mowing your lawn, etc. now requires you to wear a mask no matter if no one else is around. A situation you could be fined for is that you are mowing your lawn and no one in the neighborhood is around. Along comes a city worker, by themself, in their local government pickup truck with all the windows rolled up the air conditioner running and is in a recirculating mode and sees you mowing the grass without a mask. Now you are sent a fine for not wearing a mask. This is not conspiracy it is reality, yesterday. I can find more like it. Even 1% of something fearful to you breeds 100% fear in you.
  13. Like I said you need reading comprehension lessons and work on reading retention. I didn't answer your question because I answered it already in the original post. So pluh-lease get off your pedestal and join the rest of the world. I handled it perfectly fine. You said I was awesome. I said thank you. Or do you not remember typing that? You seem to be having problems reading and retaining information, do you need to go see a doctor or maybe a psychiatrist? I reflected on my actions quite well. Had they been nicer it could have gone a different way. So just stop before you further embarrass yourself. You have already been caught trying to make up something. You have been caught saying I was awesome then when I thank you for it try to tell me you never said it (or do I need to show the exact post?). That is just embarrassing. Just stop right now. What are you going to make up next? I also said "I forgot my mask" or do you not read that too?
  14. You be wrong to know the answer because I already answered that question. And you still got he answer wrong. I suggest you take reading comprehension and retention lessons. Yes, I am awesome, thank you.
  15. Controversial Trump Fed nominee Judy Shelton confirmed by Senate committee A controversial Trump Federal Reserve nominee who has backed a gold standard is headed for a Senate vote after the Senate Banking Committee approved her nomination in a party-line vote. The nominee, Judy Shelton, has generated opposition for her pointed criticisms of the Fed and her advocacy for a return to the gold standard as a monetary system. In the past few months, her nomination faced several challenges after multiple Republicans on the Senate Banking Committee indicated her views made her unusual and unsuitable for a seat on the Fed's board of governors. Shelton said in 2011 that the Fed is "almost a rogue agency" and asked whether it could be trusted in having oversight of the dollar. She has also called for a 0% inflation target, as opposed to the bank's current 2% target, and has raised the "fundamental question" of, "Why do we need a central bank?" Recommended For You Ten years after Dodd-Frank, supporters say the law has helped banks weather the coronavirus She has raised concerns on both sides of the aisle for her view that the Fed should have less power and independent discretion and instead have closer ties to the White House. Just before Tuesday’s vote, committee Chairman Mike Crapo of Idaho said Shelton had provided clear answers related to her opinions on the independence of the Fed, the right response to economic crises, and the gold standard. “Many have tried to characterize Dr. Shelton’s views of the gold standard and monetary policy as outside of the mainstream thought and disqualifying for this position, and I strongly disagree with these characterizations,” Crapo said. After Shelton's confirmation hearing in February, Sen. Pat Toomey, a Pennsylvania Republican, said he was not confident Shelton could uphold the bank's independence. Republican Sen. Richard Shelby of Alabama said Shelton "could be an outlier" for the role. Both senators since backed Shelton. All 12 of the Democrats on the panel have been strongly opposed to Shelton's nomination from the beginning. “When we have no leadership from our president and the Federal Reserve chair is one of the only leaders trying to guide our recovery, putting one of the president’s close advisers on the Fed board will only make things worse,” said Sen. Sherrod Brown, the top Democrat on the banking panel, before the vote. In February, Sen. Elizabeth Warren penned a six-page letter questioning a “history of statements and actions” by Shelton and critiquing her “inability to make economic judgments divorced of political calculations.” Before the Tuesday morning vote, Warren said, “Confirming Judy Shelton to the Federal Reserve is a mistake, and it will endanger our economy." Shelton has been accused of abandoning her old positions in favor of views more aligned with President Trump. Shelton called for higher interest rates during the Great Recession of 2008 and as recently as 2016. Since Trump’s election, however, she has spoken in favor of cuts to the Fed's interest rate target, just as Trump has. She has a master's and a doctorate in business administration from the University of Utah and was a fellow for many years at Stanford's Hoover Institution. Shelton was on Bob Dole's 1996 presidential campaign and in 2016 was initially on Ben Carson's presidential campaign but joined the Trump campaign in August 2016 after writing a flattering Wall Street Journal opinion piece about Trump. Trump appointed her to be executive director of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development early in his presidency.
  16. Abstract Vitamin D is responsible for regulation of calcium and phosphate metabolism and maintaining a healthy mineralized skeleton. It is also known as an immunomodulatory hormone. Experimental studies have shown that 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D, the active form of vitamin D, exerts immunologic activities on multiple components of the innate and adaptive immune system as well as endothelial membrane stability. Association between low levels of serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D and increased risk of developing several immune-related diseases and disorders, including psoriasis, type 1 diabetes, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, tuberculosis, sepsis, respiratory infection, and COVID-19, has been observed. Accordingly, a number of clinical trials aiming to determine the efficacy of administration of vitamin D and its metabolites for treatment of these diseases have been conducted with variable outcomes. Interestingly, recent evidence suggests that some individuals might benefit from vitamin D more or less than others as high inter-individual difference in broad gene expression in human peripheral blood mononuclear cells in response to vitamin D supplementation has been observed. Although it is still debatable what level of serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D is optimal, it is advisable to increase vitamin D intake and have sensible sunlight exposure to maintain serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D at least 30 ng/mL (75 nmol/L), and preferably at 40–60 ng/mL (100–150 nmol/L) to achieve the optimal overall health benefits of vitamin D. keywords vitamin D; immune function; 25-hydroxyvitamin D; 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D; immunomodulation; autoimmune disorders; infectious diseases; lymphocytes; monocytes; macrophages; multiple sclerosis; type 1 diabetes; inflammation; endothelial membrane stability 7. Conclusions Vitamin D plays an essential undisputed role in the maintenance of calcium, phosphate, and bone metabolism. There is compelling evidence that immune cells convert 25(OH)D to 1,25(OH)2D in an unregulated manner and are dependent on the circulating levels of 25(OH)D to be at least 30 ng/mL (75 nmol/L) [4,17,18]. Once a 1,25(OH)2D is produced, it acts in an autocrine and paracrine fashion to modulate the innate and adaptive immune systems. There is also some evidence that vitamin D itself may modulate immune function in a non-genomic manner by stabilizing endothelial membranes [36]. Most of the evidence, to date, suggests that maintenance of a healthy vitamin D status is important for modulating the body’s immune function. Low serum levels of 25(OH)D are associated with multiple immune-related diseases including autoimmune disorders and infectious diseases. There is less convincing evidence that vitamin D is an effective treatment strategy for autoimmune diseases and infectious diseases with a few exceptions documented in this review. Whether vitamin D therapy is effective as an adjunctive immunomodulatory agent for treatment of most diseases it is still controversial based on heterogeneous findings from the clinical trials. National and international programs should be instituted to educate the public about the health benefits of vitamin D and policies to fortify commonly consumed foods with vitamin D to reduce the risk of vitamin D deficiency during pregnancy, childhood, and in young and middle-aged adults when autoimmune disorders are most prevalent. In addition, improvement in vitamin D status from birth until death may help reduce the risk of infectious diseases such as influenza and COVID-19 that can have devastating consequences especially for the elderly. However, more investigation is needed to determine who would most benefit from vitamin D, and how much vitamin D is required for its maximum health benefit based on their individual vitamin D responsive profile. It is also unknown whether giving 1,25(OH)2D3 or one of its analogs is a reasonable approach for treating autoimmune disorders and infectious diseases. Blood levels of 1,25(OH)2D3 are tightly controlled and for good reason, i.e., any significant increase in circulating levels of 1,25(OH)2D will result in an increase in intestinal calcium absorption and, when uncontrolled, this causes hypercalciuria and ultimately hypercalcemia. It is more likely that the endogenous production of 1,25(OH)2D in the immune cells including monocytes and macrophages is what is required for vitamin D to have its immunomodulatory functions. Although most of the biologic effects of vitamin D have been related to its active metabolite there continues to be intriguing evidence that vitamin D itself may have its own biologic actions independent of its metabolism. Our hunter gatherer forefathers likely maintained serum vitamin D levels in the range of 10–50 ng/mL (25–125 nmol/L). This is supported by the observation that Maasai herders and Hadza tribesmen maintained serum 25(OH)D in the range of 40–60 ng/mL (100–150 nmol/L) [12,13]. To maintain these blood levels, a person would require ingesting approximately 4000–6000 IUs daily. This would therefore maintain circulating levels of vitamin D in the range of 20–40 ng/mL (50–100 nmol/L). The observation that in vitro vitamin D3 was much more effective than either 25(OH)D3 or 1,25(OH)2D3 in stabilizing endothelial membranes thereby reducing inflammation may help explain the interesting clinical observations that extremely high doses of vitamin D have been effective in treating or at least reducing symptoms of some autoimmune disorders including psoriasis, vitiligo, and multiple sclerosis [37,85]. The observation that children with congenital autosomal recessive ichthyosis and epidermolytic ichthyosis had a dramatic improvement in their skin disease when treated with 60,000 IUs of vitamin D once a day for 10 days adds strength to the argument that vitamin D itself may have its own important role in the maintenance of good health [199]. There are still open questions that need to be further investigated in order to take full advantage of the effect of vitamin D on the immune system for clinical practice. The bottom line is that there is no downside to increasing our intake of vitamin D to maintain serum 25(OH)D at at least 30 ng/mL (75 nmol/L), and preferably at 40–60 ng/mL (100–150 nmol/L) to achieve optimal overall health benefits of vitamin D. You can read the full paper at https://www.mdpi.com/2072-6643/12/7/2097/htm I take 5,000 units of Vitamin D per day. You should consult with your doc on how much you should take as their is a danger of taking too much.
  17. Some Fun Facts on Eid Al-Adha What is is Eid al-Adha Eid al-Adha is a public holiday in places such as the Indonesia, Jordan, Malaysia, Turkey, and the United Arab Emirates. It is not a nationwide public holiday in countries such as Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom or the United States. However, some Islamic organizations may be closed or offer a reduced level of service and there may be some local congestion around mosques in countries where Eid al-Adha is not a public holiday. Background Ibrahim, known as Abraham in the Christian and Jewish traditions, was commanded by God to sacrifice his adult son. He obeyed and took Ishmael (Ismail or Ismael) to Mount Moriah. Just as he was to sacrifice his son, an angel stopped him and gave him a ram to sacrifice in place of his son. Some people dispute that the son of sacrifice was Isaac (Isḥāq). Regardless, these events are remembered and celebrated at Eid al-Adha. The Islamic calendar is based on observations of the Moon and the length of a particular month can vary between years. For this reason, predicted dates of Eid al-Adha may be corrected at the start of the month of Dhul Hijja. This is around 10 days before the start of the festival. What do people do? At Eid al-Adha, many Muslims make a special effort to pray and listen to a sermon at a mosque. They also wear new clothes, visit family members and friends and may symbolically sacrifice an animal in an act known as qurbani. This represents the animal that Ibrahim sacrificed in the place of his son. In some traditionally Muslim countries, families or groups of families may purchase an animal known as udhiya, usually a goat or sheep, to sacrifice, but this is not common or legal in many parts of Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, the United States or many other countries. In these countries, groups of people may purchase a whole carcass from a butcher or slaughterhouse and divide it amongst themselves or just buy generous portions of meat for a communal meal on Eid-al-Adha. People also give money to enable poorer members of their local community and around the world to eat a meat-based meal. In the period around Eid al-Adha, many Muslims travel to Mecca and the surrounding area in Saudi Arabia to perform the Hajj pilgrimage. Package holidays are organized from many countries. Muslims may plan and save for many years to enable them to take part in this event, which is one of the five pillars of Islam. As practiced in the USA: Eid al-Adha, also known as the Feast of Sacrifice or Festival of Sacrifice, commemorates accomplishment. Eid al-Adha also serves as a reminder of when Ibrahim (Abraham) was willing to sacrifice his son to God, according to Islamic belief. The United States government issued postage stamps to commemorate Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha in previous years. These stamps aimed to highlight the business, educational and social contributions that Muslims made in the United States. When is it observed?Eid al-Adha Observances Eid al-Adha takes place on the tenth day of the last month of the Muslim calendar. The Muslim calendar follows the moon, so the months are based on the moon's phases. This means it's 11 days shorter than the Gregorian calendar (January–December). So Eid al-Adha is actually celebrated on a different day every year. Note: Regional customs or moon sightings may cause a variation of the date for Islamic holidays, which begin at sundown the day before the date specified for the holiday. The Islamic calendar is lunar and the days begin at sunset, so there may be one-day error depending on when the New Moon is first seen. Year Weekday Date Name Holiday Type 2015 Thu Sep 24 Eid al-Adha Muslim 2016 Tue Sep 13 Eid al-Adha Muslim 2017 Sat Sep 2 Eid al-Adha Muslim 2018 Wed Aug 22 Eid al-Adha Muslim 2019 Sun Aug 11 Eid al-Adha Muslim 2020 Fri Jul 31 Eid al-Adha Muslim 2021 Tue Jul 20 Eid al-Adha Muslim 2022 Sun Jul 10 Eid al-Adha Muslim 2023 Thu Jun 29 Eid al-Adha Muslim 2024 Mon Jun 17 Eid al-Adha Muslim 2025 Sat Jun 7 Eid al-Adha Muslim Eid al-Adha 2020 will begin in the evening of Thursday, July 30 and ends in the evening of Monday, August 3 Do you fast? Eid-ul-Fitr and Eid-ul-Adha occasions are the only two days on which fasting is prohibited. The instructions about making up missed fast days are pretty simple. All one has to do is observe one fast against the one fast that they missed. Is Eid mentioned in Quran? There is NO word “EID” in the whole Quran. There is Friday prayer (Salat) mentioned by name in Quran. But there is NO one word as Eid or Eid Prayer (Salat) is mentioned in the whole Quran.
  18. I am assuming in your perfect miniscule world that you have never ever ever forgot something. Something you continue to overlook in the original post on this. I did not pick the fight it was brought to me. Are you a SJW too? Yep you are. Nuff said. You get triggered too easily.
  19. I agree with Shabs on this one or what was the Council of Nicene about? Being inspired to write something is not the exact words of the would-be author. The Council of Nicene can be called in layman's terms the "standardization committee". There is actually a lot wrong with the Council of Nicene and then later the KJV of the Bible. .I want to say here that I do not think the Bible is all cases wrong but it is a platform for a good starting point on what one should do. To know why I believe the Bible was written by man, you have to understand World history in the ME after Jesus was placed on the cross and died. And that is another story for another day By the way, this post was written by God. A human was possessed by God who then took over th human's fingers to type away on a Razer mechanical keyboard to put words into a sentence then pass them along to you.. Also in the same vane, the Quran is totally written by man for one man to possess power to conquer the Arabian peninsula, hold total and unquestionable power over his fellow man, defeat the Romans and fornicate (being polite here) with any woman he wanted including an 8 year old girls who he dreamt about sexually since she was 2..
  20. So a more than below average person is dictating to me how I should react in a situation in which they were not there. They did not hear the inflection nor the tone of voice by the miscreants or how the enforcement was carried out. Yeah far below average. In case you are wondering that is called condescending. Your condescension is very well noted. You know they may not have a choice on the rule but they do have a choice on how that rule is enforced and you totally missed that in your below average condescending post. Maybe the point was how they enforced the rule rather than the rule itself. But someone like you who has their head in the clouds(although that location is very much up to debate) looking down on everybody else might have missed that. Anyone who would have stated I could give their grandmother COVID is a snowflake through and through.
  21. Did I not say I was at home to answer the "where were you when"? I was also at home when CNN came on line then I was at home when FOX News came on. I was at home when FOX broadcast channel came online. I also remember when AOL went unlimited to get onto the internet through their proxy service. I remember when AOL made my telephone bill cost me up to 800-1,000 USD per month. Sometimes more. I remember when Java came out and I still have a 1.1 Java training manual. I remember when there was no internet but local BBS and then doing the research to get most of the numbers so I could get on them when one was busy (or full).
  22. I walked into a Panda Express without a mask on. Forgot it in my car. The young people behind the counter said I had to wear a mask. So I walked out to my car, put the mask on over my chin and walked back inside. They started yelling at me. I told them I was "wearing" my mask. Then they said I need to wear it over my nose and mouth. So I scrunched it up and put it on the bridge of my nose. They said nooo! I said it was over my mouth and nose, what is the problem?. I had enough when someone said I was going to give their grandmother the COVID. I asked if she was here and he said no. Then I asked him how the hell could I possibly give it to her. He shrugged his shoulders and left to go to a better chinese restaurant that actually cooked traditional American based chinese food. I normally don't go to Panda Express. And continue to not go there anymore. As with all the stores that require me to wear a mask. If they require me to wear a mask then they should give me one if I forget to wear and since they don't eff them. I know stores that want customers.
  23. The one attack that can be lodged at Biden that cannot be lodged at Trump is the fact that Bide is so weak mentally is that he will be the puppet and others will be manning the strings of their puppet.
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