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Is there really anythink [anything] wrong with my idea?
No - we just think differently about things; that's all.
I agree that the lungs/water vapour (not steam!)
science is dodgy, but hotter air holds more invisible
water vapour, so the amount would be the same
either way, would it not? Invisibly with a...
Lots of pun options, there.
So the Revolution continues . . .
Really? From whence comes that idea?
On that basis, I would rank them as models to eschew.
Religion is the worst, where any crime against person or
property or any atrocity, no matter how reprehensible,
can not be justified in the...
"Could have," but didn't. Why, I wonder? I observed earlier:
All that is needed for evil to flourish is that the good shall do nothing.
Silence bespeaks consent (in the face of the...
Well, on that basis, it's hard to distinguish one from another, as I see it. Religion
is indeed the root cause of many problems. To suggest otherwise seems odd.
The Crusades, the Inquisition,...
Interesting to see the banner advert, atop this thread, at this time (18 Oct 2014),
in our discussions on REA fees charged. In case its time is past, reproduced here:
I'm inclined to agree. One only has to dispassionately look at the horrible, bestial atrocities committed in the name
of one gawd construct or another to see through the veneer of respectability...
Did you miss the "very loosely?"
Some people give the impression of a self-developed sense of right and
wrong and ethics, separate from societal norms, so there does seem to
I lean towards evolution of species, survival of the fittest, etc., as being
what could be very loosely called a plan. If accepted, that means that
breeding aberrations will not procreate and/or...
So 'nature' has no accidents like deformities,
or albinos, or intellectually disabled, or . . . . .
I.e. is all 'nature-al' phenomena good or bad?
What I'm referring to is that homosexuality
was once illegal, where it is not so, now.
Isn't it the same with prostitution, too, now?
Is that the start of a slippery slope syndrome?...
And isn't it strange that - for some perverse
reason - they don't get that?! They mumble
something about being a customer of the bank
rather than of the banker-person.
And that's despite this...
I agree it's a big problem, but not
one many forumites have, eh? ;)
If you do go with the fan idea, make sure
the sparky fits the electronic non-nuisance-
switching device as part of the job.
700 people surveyed is somehow
supposed to be representative???
Point nought nought nought what?
Lies, damned lies
Are they antiquated, all?
If not, as in only some are antiquated and some not, which shall be ditched and
which retained? And who shall decide?
Seems to me to be a big difference between...
I agree - very superficial and with
a tendency to be misleading. Kids
should only watch it under the super-
vision of financially literate parents.
Then what other historical norms (which became the basis of general law) should
we similarly label and consign to antiquity, I wonder?
Are they antiquated, all?
If not, as in only some...