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1   Rin   Aug 16, 2:09pm     ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

Dan8267 says

There aren't mass killings with cars happening all the time

Dan, have you seen 'Death Race 2000' ?

2   Rin   Aug 15, 4:58pm     ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

Dan8267 says

Rin says

have differing opinions on spirituality and the whole "god" thing

The only reason Rin believes in god is the testimony from all the hoes he bangs.

Sorry to have to plagiarize every political hack out there, but ... "You Can Take That To The Bank!"

3   Rin   Aug 15, 4:51pm     ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

Dan has the right to clean the garbage out of the trunk, whenever he feels like it.

Does everyone, who doesn't have a livery service like me, clean the trunk of their cars, all day long? No, it's usually a quarterly thing.

Dan8267 says

- Rin and I have vastly different opinions on sexual issues

In addition. Dan and I have differing opinions on spirituality and the whole "god" thing but yet, I take zero offense to anything he says and even love the fact that he's the regular smackdown artist on the holier than thou fundamentalists here.

4   Rin   Aug 13, 3:27pm     ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike   quote    

Dan, I know you don't believe this, but ppl like PU are channelers. They have these energetic entities attached to them, pretending to be emissaries of GOD and then, they develop these self-righteous attitudes believing that they'd trumped ppl like you.

In time, scientists will discover their true nature and wipe 'em out,

5   Rin   Aug 13, 3:15pm     ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

PeopleUnited says

This life is the only opportunity you will have to accept or reject the purpose for which you were created.

Says the infant who'd died of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.

That's right, he was able to determine if this nasty faux spiritual entity was GOD and not some so-called demon, pretending to be him.

6   Rin   Aug 13, 3:08pm     ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

Dan8267 says

I suspect that the Millennials STEM workers will be great having grew up with technology

You may want to give up on those suspicions because many Millennials do not have to stamina, to handle a STEM curricula, w/o being given the answers ahead of time.

I already have plenty of friends, whose kids don't use wikipedia, to look up simple answers to questions, because they're expecting their teachers to show it to them ... someday in the future.

This is a coming generation of losers, one which will be replaced entirely by automation.

7   Rin   Aug 13, 2:51pm     ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike   quote    

Strategist says

Trump's daughter and son in law are Jewish. He still would not condemn the Nazi fucks. What a jerk.

You don't know KKK/Neo-Nazi/white supremacist types; Ivanka is not considered Jewish because from their p.o.v, she was beguiled by a Jewish guy and fooled into converting, just to marry him.

8   Rin   Aug 12, 4:34pm     ↑ like (2)   ↓ dislike   quote    

I'm putting my bet on sex robots, over that of Generation X.

9   Rin   Aug 12, 4:03pm     ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

PeopleUnited says

Could you elaborate? I don't catch your meaning or reasoning?

Of course, because you don't know the truth. And thus, I don't have to explain it to you.

Remember, even Christians say ... it's about faith. If it can't perceive it then you're not ready for it.

10   Rin   Aug 12, 3:55pm     ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike   quote    

Cut/Paste for others on this thread. I'm done with this boring discussion.


Many centuries before Christianity, the ancient Persians (READ: Not Muslim, but Zoroastrian) had an Avestan term for Savior, the Saoshyant

And then, in their own 'Book of Revelations', ok, it wasn't called that before the Roman Empire ...

Excerpt: "At the end of the "third time" (the first being the age of creation, the second of mixture, and the third of separation), there will be a great battle between the forces of good (the yazatas) and those of evil (the daevas) in which the good will triumph. On earth, the Saoshyant will bring about a resurrection of the dead in the bodies they had before they died. This is followed by a last judgment through ordeal. The yazatas Airyaman and Atar will melt the metal in the hills and mountains, and the molten metal will then flow across the earth like a river. All mankind—both the living and the resurrected dead—will be required to wade through that river, but for the righteous (ashavan) it will seem to be a river of warm milk, while the wicked will be burned."

11   Rin   Aug 12, 3:46pm     ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

PeopleUnited says

But the gist of your message is that you are pissed about someone having faith that you don't understand. I'm not asking you to like it, but I would ask you to consider what you will say to God when you meet Him.

Actually, I think that it's you who knows shit.

And no, I'm not afraid of dying at the age of [ 80 to whenever ] and meeting those entities in the so-called "light".

Christians, like New Agers, are also channeling entities and these things have fooled countless humans including you.

12   Rin   Aug 12, 2:57pm     ↑ like   ↓ dislike (1)   quote    

PeopleUnited says

The wisdom you have shared is appreciated.

What a liar. In other words, other religions are bullshit, including Zoroastrianism which had the savior thing in it, centuries before Christ.

So the next lines are ...

PeopleUnited says

Jesus however, was not influenced by anything other than His relationship with His heavenly father and the Holy Spirit, His experience on earth as a human, and the Word of God which he meditated on. Jesus was not a capable of lying and if He thought people should study some other source of wisdom than the Bible He would have said so.

Yes, Patrick and others, your ideas are BS. Only PU's Christian ideas are true, because he'd been channeling spiritual entities, just like Paul, back in the time. Remember, Paul had never met Jesus... it was a vision, during his collapse on the road to Damascus.

You see, ppl like PU pray and meditate and then this entity, pretending to be a bearded man, appears in front of them, giving him the truth.

Sorry PU, but aside from your channeling experiences, you can't corroborate anything you're saying.

13   Rin   Aug 12, 2:45pm     ↑ like   ↓ dislike (1)   quote    

You see, with hoes, there's no need to explicitly state ... "Hit the Highway".

When the time runs out, that's the default condition.

14   Rin   Aug 12, 2:43pm     ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

Ppl, men will be having sex robots in only a few short years. There will be need no for men to even communicate with women anymore.

Soon, Ashley Judd and other bitches will be using strap-on dildos with each other. I can't wait for that time.

15   Rin   Aug 11, 1:04am     ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike   quote    

I'd written about this here

Here are the two molecules, side by side for comparison.



Aside from a slight bit of dehydrogenation, which is why the hydroxyl group is shifted, they're almost the same thing.

16   Rin   Aug 10, 11:28am     ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

jazz_music says

classic rock has become this big consumer thing

Yes, but the definition of it keeps moving forward as today, U2 & Metallica, by virtue of age, are oldies and get a lot of play on classic rock stations. By 2025, the entire 1990s collection, including Soundgarden, Stone Temple Pilots, Green Day, Alanis Morrisette, etc, will be classic rock.

17   Rin   Aug 10, 11:25am     ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

The idea of women being victims is very common. Part of my job is to attend charities and one of the events I've observed involved the donation of electric guitars to women's groups, since the Patriarchy had prevented an "Ellen" Van Halen, "Yvonne" Malmsteen, or a "Joanna" Satriani from becoming a guitar hero.

18   Rin   Aug 9, 4:44pm     ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

L7's 'Pretend We're Dead' remains me of Joan Jett.

19   Rin   Aug 9, 4:35pm     ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

Dan8267 says

The fact is that most STEM fields involve compartmentalization. This is exactly why women are less drawn to those fields and why most women do worse in those fields. The women who do well in those fields do so precisely because they compartmentalize like men do. Compartmentalization is the most important mental tool for many fields, while it is counter-productive in other fields like ecology and language where things are highly and haphazardly interconnected. Software is not like that.

This is exactly why no one and I mean no one, should be in STEM, outside of the MD who does research from time to time.

Compartmentalization equals being pigeon-holed and then, having zero career latitude.

Think about it... when I'd gone from being this firm's DBA into sales, I had to leave the systems stuff behind, to continually deal with stupid clients on the phone, in order to be one of the 'big boys'. If I'd stayed a DBA, sure, I may have cashed out early and had a decent eggs nest but instead, I'd made big on the merger and today, I retain a consulting services position which includes free livery and lodging, enabling my boinking adventures up north, rather easily.

20   Rin   Aug 8, 6:46pm     ↑ like   ↓ dislike   quote    

Yes, those 90s acts were good. Here's another from my hometown of Boston, "Letters To Cleo" ...

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