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  • darkree

    darkree

    March 10, 2015, 11:28 pm

    Extrinsic to just those verses, intrinsic to the Bible. So what is the least we can say from the texts/Bible? * That there are three entities (the verses provided indicate that). * They appear to cooperate / work in unity (Jesus routinely prayed to his father - "i.e. not my will but yours" and Jesus also said, I must go and then I will send you the Holy Spirit). * They transcend human limitations (healing the sick and blind, opening jail doors, moving to and from heaven, speaking without a physical manifestation). It would appear that I have referenced angels as well, but on a couple of accounts the angels say they are not to be worshipped, taking a lower position.

    It just seems easier to refer to all that as the trinity.

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  • baltar2009

    baltar2009

    March 11, 2015, 8:51 am

    > Personally, the reason why most religious people are afraid or hate atheists is because atheists are always on the offensive.

    Huh. That's funny. I grew up in an area where I had to keep my disbelief to myself because it was completely disrespected.

    > Atheists can never make a point without putting down theists, it's offensive

    And whose fault is that?

    > I know, however the same can not be said of my many atheist friends, all of whom will not rest until religion has ceased to exist.

    This is repulsive because you basically break this down such that you are *required* to believe in some religion or another or else you are just spiteful. Why can't you just accept a 'none of the above' option?

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  • stilesjp

    stilesjp

    March 11, 2015, 4:09 am

    Well, the issue then is the mess that is made so the soap doesn't slip through the openings (white). Right now we do that with tubes, to make soaps with round bars in them. We use PVC pipes and saran wrap and rubber bands. We put a small amount of soap on the bottom of the pipe that is wrapped with the saran wrap and rubber bands, so that it hardens. Then we can pour the rest of the soap into the PVC pipe, and it won't leak.

    The thing is, with this... we wouldn't be able to wrap the soap in anything, so that the soap wouldn't leak out of the white areas.

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  • sprockety

    sprockety

    March 11, 2015, 7:12 am

    Wow there are really no comments? Okay, yes this is the funniest film you have seen in ages. It is also sad? Basically it covers the events leading England and the US up to a war in the middle east, and how very much of that decision is about protecting your position in government and how very little is about well.. whether its a good idea to go to war at all. the subject matter is fantastically depressing and i fear, completely true, but SWEET BABY JESUS, its the funniest thing you have ever seen. I strongly recommend you see this alone, steal all the lines then bust them out and claim them as your own. also watch the trailer, (its at apple.com). And when you go and see it and LOVE IT, come home and watch "In the Thick of It" on youtube. Same idea, same people less swearing but still very good.

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  • Fazookus

    Fazookus

    March 10, 2015, 8:49 am

    OK, I have recovered. What *is* your opinion on the issue of why the US and the rest of the world have different plans. Do you specifically discard the influence of the hundreds of millions of dollars spent lobbying politicians?

    Also as far as the free market goes isn't it odd that the health insurance industry is collectively spending that kind of money yet they're (in theory) competing and not monopolists? If they're such good friends in one area it's hard to imagine them at each other's throat in classic free market competition.

    Of course maybe part of those hundreds of millions is going to convince the powers that be not to investigate their monopoly status...

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  • elburto

    elburto

    March 10, 2015, 6:25 pm

    It's 8 pregnancies per year of use, that usually happen because the user has failed to stick to the schedule. The 8% figure represents POPs, progesterone-only pills. These need to be taken every day in the same 3 hour window. Combined pills when taken for 21 days in a 12 hour window, with a seven day break each month, only have a 0.1% failure rate. It really isn't hard to take one tiny tablet a day in a 3-12 hour window. If it is then there are other methods available like the Ring or Patch which are changed every three weeks or once a week. There are even methods requiring no user intervention at all such as depo injections, implants, IUSs and IUDs. Intra-uterine devices have a higher efficacy rate than sterilisation. There's always a way to protect against unwanted pregnancy if you really want to.

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  • WTFppl

    WTFppl

    March 10, 2015, 4:42 pm

    No, let them know you are out to get them. Use their tricks and tactics. Make them fear what they have created. Anything that we do by ourselves or as a collective will always be seen by someone. So lets not be coy, lets stop being scarred. Use the energy that they have given us and return it back to them, 10 fold...

    They win when we are scarred. They become confused and unsure of their position when we show we are not scarred of their tactics, uniform and general appearance.

    Another thing that has really upset me. Stop standing by and watching individuals get abducted and thrown into vehicles. There will always be more of us than them. So stop all their activities with the same amount of force they would show us, but do it in a professional manor as they do!

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  • nsummy

    nsummy

    March 10, 2015, 8:19 pm

    Obviously this list isn't set in stone. Everyone will have different opinions on what makes sports tougher than others. I think the majority of people would not rank billiards or snooker players as "athletes."

    Sure those games are tough and to get to the pro level lots of practice is necessary. But let me honest, you could spend all day practicing in a bar. They do not require a special diet, workout regimen, and sleep schedule. Genetics do not come into play.

    Hitting a ball into a pocket requires no more skill than hitting a baseball that is coming at you at 100 mph or throwing a football 50 yards and perfectly hitting another player who is moving. Nor is using a pool cue more difficult than wrestling someone for 7 straight minutes to hold their shoulders to a mat for 2 seconds.

    I'm not saying everyone could become a pro pool player or even be that great. I am just saying that pool requires skill alone and does not have the other dimensions associated with other sports. That said, relax dude. Its just a fun list that was created in a category that is completely subjective.

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  • repsilat

    repsilat

    March 10, 2015, 10:47 am

    I think the OP means something a little different. In these more modern set theories you can't even *mention* a set of all sets that don't contain themselves in any interesting way, let alone reason about it. It sounds like s/he simply doesn't see the need for weakening the system at all.

    And why not? What's stopping us from simply saying, "Define sets however you like. Just be aware that it isn't really a set if you can derive a contradiction from its existence." - Such sets just don't turn up for the roll-call when you inspect the elements of the set-of-all-sets. Let's not throw the baby out with the bathwater, let's talk about sets-containing-sets and all kinds of fanciful things, and if we come across some nonsense we can simply discard it as nonsense.

    Problems with such a scheme abound, though - you run into Gödel's incompleteness theorem fairly quickly, and sets with mutually referential definitions run you right into paradox again: It wouldn't be hard to define two sets, exactly one of which must be a "real set" and no reason to prefer either one. \[Edit: Direct mutual reference won't do (for obvious reasons.) Still, I can't imagine mutually incompatible but otherwise reasonable "sets" would be hard to find.\]

    Perhaps the OP means something a little less all-encompassing by suggesting methods by which sets can be constructed that can't possibly result in paradoxical definitions. Axioms and rules of inference, or Turing machines, or something of the like. I get the feeling s/he wouldn't be satisfied with the expressive power of such systems, though - Gödel again.

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  • anarchistica

    anarchistica

    March 10, 2015, 11:43 am

    > However, that allows them to fight a US-style fight. We're constantly proving that not only is this terribly costly to start and maintain, but largely ineffective.

    When you have to show restraint, that is. They even killed 1100 civilians in Lebanon while showing restraint.

    > Imagine that same scenario (because Hezbollah will fight Israel if they attack Iran)

    Yeah, except it won't be the same scenario if Israel attacked Iran.

    > add hundreds, maybe thousands of large, accurate ballistic missiles raining down on Israeli military bases, nuclear facilities, and cities. Israel has no such capability. They also have no way to stop it.

    Iran has 500-800 Surface-to-surface missiles, mostly old SCUDs. Israel has Hawks, Patriots and Arrows to stop them, and hundreds of aircraft to threaten launch sites.

    As for StSM, Israel has the Jericho system, the latest version of which is estimated to be able to reach all of continental Europe - let alone Iran.

    The IAF also has Strike Eagles who can reach Teheran even without being refuelled by their Hercules' or 707s.

    > All the have are strike aircraft than can just barely reach some Iranian targets, but only after going through layer after layer of defenses.

    Barely? The Strike Eagle can probably reach all of Iran with a single refuel.

    And Iran's SAM network is somewhat vulnerable and partially outdated.

    > Who knows, maybe Iran might even be ballsy enough to send up their aircraft to make it that much more difficult for the Israelis (heavily loaded strike planes are not going to do well in a dogfight, or dodging missiles).

    So you're suggesting that Iran sends its handful of 29s and bunch of 23s to fight 10 times the number of planes that Israel could send along as escort? I doubt they would fare as well as even the RDAF.

    > The result of a war between just Iran and their allies and Israel would be a devastating defeat for Israel

    And you base this on what exactly? Israel has a technologically vastly superior army and would have complete aerial domination. Their Merkava's would casually roll into Persia, supported by dozens of Apaches, Blackhawks, Cobras, Eagles and Falcons. Combined with their actually experienced infantry they would systematically their numerically superior enemy. This is Israel, they have no qualms about blowing up a building to get one guy.

    And i'm not even talking about going nuclear, which would help them crush Iran in a week.

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  • CherryInHove

    CherryInHove

    March 10, 2015, 3:43 pm

    I wonder how someone gets to be like this.

    Has he always thought this was a good way to get manlove and so spent years training as a lawyer then working his way up and then becoming a judge so that he can then blackmail people into letting him bugger them, or did he spend decades training and working and getting there and just suddenly one day thought "well, i've spent all this time training and working and got to the top of my career, now it's all about abusing my position and getting my end away with young criminals"

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  • Mooshiga

    Mooshiga

    March 10, 2015, 12:12 pm

    I don't buy that Cosmo doesn't represent society. They are trying to sell magazines to as many women as possible. The fact that many women think the magazine is garbage just shows that appealing to the average intellect usually produces garbage. A good 40% of the population will be smart enough to recognize it as garbage.

    I think that the pornstar expectations are starting to shift onto women as well, as evidenced by blow job workshops, advice columns that focus on servicing men, and, yes, Cosmo and similar magazines.

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  • wilse

    wilse

    March 11, 2015, 2:20 am

    I've been worried about this myself. From where I stand, it seems American politics is degenerating to a level where if an idea (plan, bill, nomination, etc...) doesn't come from your "side," you fight against it with all your might, regardless of the idea's merits. Forget examining the values of the idea, forget compromise, forget offering a sensible alternative - "its not our idea so we have to defeat it!" "We have to make the other party look so horrible, the people will vote for us instead! Forget trying to earn votes on our merits!" I'm looking at both sides of the aisle here. Maybe politics have always been this way, and I'm just now noticing because I've finally taken an interest in following them. If it really is going this way... I don't like it.

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  • mmm_burrito

    mmm_burrito

    March 10, 2015, 7:51 am

    I have nothing against pop music at all. I often like it. I just happen to think she's not all that fun to listen to and that her songs are vapid. As others have pointed out in this thread, it's also exceptionally obvious that she's created a certain marketable persona around herself that has made her as popular as she is. I actually respect *that* more than her music, because it shows a lot more intelligence than "I wanna take a ride on your disco stick." I know she's a good musician, that's obvious, I just think she uses her powers for evil.

    I guess she's marginally better than a prepackaged boy band, because she appears to be the one in control of her marketing campaign, rather than being at the mercy of some creepy old guy in a suit we only hear about in a Rolling Stone article 12 years later.

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  • poooboy

    poooboy

    March 10, 2015, 4:58 pm

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