Kill roaches, but you can spray it on dishes to separate them, or spray it
on your hand to get a ring off. I've got to keep reading, this is too much
fun. Hmm. Only one or two had to do with displacing water. Not sure I'm
going to spray all my eaves, to keep wasps off.
I really despise web sites that could be laid out in a list, but they make
you click through.
Christopher A. Young
Learn more about Jesus
From the Reader's Digest
I'd respond to the idiot top poster who complained, but I'm not going to
fix his mistake.
Anyway, those multiple pages are annoying.
For most sites, the solution is to click on "print", then post the URL
Thank you for lighting a candle instead of cursing the darkness. But don't
you think you're being a little hard on the Beaver? Perhaps "differently
abled" would be kinder than "idiotic."
What interests me is how similar Mormons and Muslims are:
Joseph Smith, Jr., the founding prophet of Mormonism, was referred to as
"the modern Mahomet" by the New York Herald, shortly after his murder in
Some people call them "Morlims:"
<<Both religions strongly emphasize family. They tend toward patriarchy,
believing in feminine modesty, chastity and virtue. And although Islam
discourages dancing involving both sexes, Mormons report that
church-sponsored "modesty proms" commonly draw Islamic youths.
Both faiths adhere to religion-based health codes, including prohibitions
against alcohol, but Mormons and Muslims share something more: membership in
quickly growing minority religions that many other Americans have sometimes
viewed with suspicion and scorn . . .
Armand L. Mauss, a Mormon and professor emeritus of sociology at Washington
State University specializing in religious movements, said that unlike
mainstream Christians and Jews, Muslims and Mormons "tend to make fairly
stringent demands for religious conformity on their members." These
practices, he said, include discouraging marriage outside the religion and
observing dietary laws, such as the Mormon prohibition against tobacco,
alcohol and caffeine. >>
Stormin' Morlim - it could catch on!
Hugh Beaumont, I'm not.
Differently abled would apply up to the 10,000th time he was asked to
stop. Now the only accurate diagnosis is idiocy. Belligerent idiocy.
You'd think if he doesn't want to be part of the conversation, he'd just
go away. Instead he hangs around exposing his Moronism.
Why, yes, it appears I did get up on the wrong side of the bed this
Yeah, I use WD40 instead of PAM to keep my bacon and eggs from sticking
to my frying pan.
Some people figure it's kinda crazy for me to fry my food in something
with a chemical name as long as a shoelace.
But, I figure if my stomach doesn't know what to do with something,
it'll just let it slide on by.
What do you expect from a brainwashed cult member. None of them have
more than two brain cells. The best solution is to kill-file the moron.
The idiot posts about 200 times a day anyhow, and none of what he says
is worth reading. Mormons are just morons with an added "m".
I doubt that. And it doesn't matter to me at all. What does matter is
that he continues with the top posting even though he has been politely
reminded dozens of times. So he is intentionally conveying a bad image
They don't need much help from him. (-:
<<On August 17, a cow belonging to a Mormon traveling on the nearby Oregon
Trail strayed and was killed by a visiting Miniconjou named High Forehead.
Lt. Hugh Fleming, the senior officer of the small garrison, consulted with
the chief, Conquering Bear, to discuss the loss of livestock. Lt. Fleming
was evidently unaware, or chose to ignore, that such matters were, by the
terms of the Treaty of 1851, to be handled by the local Indian Agent, in
this case John Whitfield, who was due to arrive within days with annuities
with which restitution could be made. Aware that the matter did not really
concern the military, Conquering Bear attempted to negotiate, offering a
horse from his personal herd or a cow from the tribe's herd. The cow's owner
persisted in demanding $25 instead.. . .Historians such as Griske believe
the following nearly quarter-century of intermittent warfare on the Great
Plains was triggered by the Grattan massacre.>>
And so a stubborn Mormon who refused to deal fairly for a cow *he* let stray
started the famous Sioux Indian War that cost the lives of thousands of
Indians, soldiers and settlers. It seems stubborness and a refusal to care
about what's best for the common good seem to be time-honored Mormon traits.
It's a good thing Stormie doesn't have a cow, dude.
Is it possible that we could blame this disaster on the fact that the
Lieutenant had a military mentality? Or that he was just plain insane?
I think Mormon doctrines are bogus, but saying that the actions of of
one lunatic illustrates all Mormons is not very reasonable.
Stereotyping, ger.—Using two hands on the keyboard.
I was struggling to remember that name. All I came up with was Eldritch
Cleaver who would have made "Leave It To Beaver" a *very* different show.
Now that I see Hugh's name I remembered it was Ward Cleaver. Stormie's more
like Eddy Haskell, the guy you loved to hate or Lumpy.
In reality it's two things. Pathetic loneliness is one. No one with
reasonable social engagements with real human beings could afford to spend
the amount of time he does, answering every post with a comment, even if
it's totally irrelevant and inaccurate. That's a sure sign that the real
world for him is a very empty place and that's why I said you might be going
a little hard on the Beaver. (-:
This is it for him. It's apparent from what he posts that he wants to BE
the conversation. I believe that's because he's increasingly isolated,
intensely paranoid (Birtherism) and "fighting way above his weight" when it
comes to complex topics like politics, economics and Constitutional law. In
Should anyone follow the recommendations of someone who's done so poorly for
himself that as an adult male, he can't scrape together $20 to send a
monetary contribution to the victims of Sandy? I look for a higher level of
success in my financial advisors.
He does seem to be the only poster here to top post and to push his religion
on people. Which, in turn, makes him vulnerable to being called socially
maladroit and a "God botherer." The only sure weapon against bad ideas is
better ideas."-Alfred Whitney Griswold, Essays on Education.
I've been finding out some interesting stuff about Mormons. They certainly
have a colorful and more than slightly murderous history. That reminds me
of another similarity between Muslims and Mormons. This Mormon is a
Mark William Hofmann (born December 7, 1954) is an American counterfeiter,
forger and convicted murderer. Hofmann was reared in The Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) by two devoutly religious parents.
Hofmann was a below-average high school student . . . he constructed bombs
to murder two people in Salt Lake City, Utah. He is serving a life sentence
at the Utah State Prison in Draper since 1988.
Stormie must have been a below average student, too, based on some of the
more outrageous stuff he's written here.
Switch to a round bed. (-:
It's understandable. For some odd reason Stormie thinks that every thought
he has during one of his apparently mostly work-free days is of interest to
every reader of AHR. Sadly that indicates a strongly egocentric trait that
could indicate a borderline personality disorder. Plus, it's a lot of
absolute codswallop to have to swim through every day.
Top posted "Burma Shave" messages that make no sense because of their
misordering make a perfect example of why he gets so many people peeved. He
yaks on and on about liberals forcing things on other people when it's clear
he's the one forcing himself on disinterested people in AHR almost every day
of the year. "A man will accuse others of what he is most guilty of
It's ironic that the people who are apparently the least successful in life
feel the most qualified to tell everyone else how to live theirs.
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