Yes, I'm American. Yes, the alt.survival group is heavily American
with people from Australia, Canada, and a few other places.
What's your train of logic that assumes I'm in one particular half ?
Of your assumed demographics ?
What's your train of logic that let's you morph flashlights into
seeing the one true path to the god or goddess of your choice ? And
that I've taken such a route ?
You must represent a nation of mind readers. Not very good ones, mind
you, but mind readers none-the-less.
It is true that churches get away with far too much. They're a waste of space, a useful building could be put there.
During training exercises, the lieutenant driving down a muddy back road encountered another car stuck in the mud with a red faced colonel at the wheel. "Your jeep stuck, sir?" asked the lieutenant as he pulled alongside.
"Nope," replied the colonel, coming over and handing him the keys, "*Yours* is."
On Sat, 7 May 2016 20:32:29 -0400, Stormin Mormon wrote:
Around here, most of the stores that went empty during the Great Bush
Economic Adjustment have reopened.
Unfortunately, they are now places like title loans, e-vapor shop, we
buy gold, that sort of thing. Suck the last remaining wealth out of
the folks going down for the last time. And lots of one-off fast food
places. Donuts seem to be the current fad.
Some people increase intelligence as they
increase religion. My church congregation
has a couple doctors, and a couple attorneys.
Those professions tend to continuing
As for me, I've taken a couple classes at a
college, and do some other self improvement.
For example, I've been studying flashlights.
He is only telling you what he is and where to follow up
if you are interested. That is not pushing things on anyone.
Seems to me that any mention of a religoun other than your own
(atheist) offends you. And that is religious intolerance.
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