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It was already 6 pm and we we're watching tv, her mum doesn't come home till next day she stays overnight at her boyfriends house. " she wheezed into the pillow.

"Damn, sis. Was shae Lesbioan or just BBi sexual?. She tells him she is shaken but she can tell him whatever he wants to know. While one continued to rub, the other took the vibrator and began sucking it for a while, then turned it on full power and gingerly inserted it into her own pussy.

"I'm coming in, ready or not!" Anna pushed open the door and was suddenly hit by a massive chill. "This is only a temp berry injection. His throat is slit and he has been sliced open at the collar bone.

As much as she publicly blamed her rapist for everything, she remembered how much she liked being used. The car porch was open and she didn't want to step out of the house until it was absolutely necessary.

I decided to wait and see if they would give in first and open the door, but to my surprise the front door opened very quickly.


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Faumi 7 months ago
I?m not trying to twist it to say anything. I?m just pointing out what?s there. 1 Samuel says that Saul fell on his own sword because his servant wouldn?t kill him. 2 Samuel says an Amalekite killed him at his request. That?s not twisting scripture. While I appreciate your concern for warning me I assure you, no warning is necessary.
Goltijora 7 months ago
lol yes! :)
Zumuro 6 months ago
sadly, there are times when you know some people aren't worth making the effort for, and you're one of them.
Kiran 6 months ago
PH II. I am with that view, but I think that for some reason the religious need to feel that they are special, chosen and blessed.
Arasar 6 months ago
To be honest, we have enough people to manage without the two of them. I am going to speak with them any way to let them know.
Gazilkree 6 months ago
In my experience on this board, we all have our preferred "urban legends" but most people--no matter which side of an argument they are on" are always to have a deeper exploration of a given point.
Mazil 6 months ago
I'd think about it. But good luck with these "resurrections".
Tojara 6 months ago
foursome so no one gets ignored.
Zulkimuro 6 months ago
Rev. Perhaps instead of reading what is written and you pretending to know what they are saying you should talk to a biologist.
Shaktik 5 months ago
The posts prove it.
Akinolrajas 5 months ago
Why should I show you?
Mikajas 5 months ago
That assumes XX or XY chromosomes are a determining factor to sexuality, not just biological sex. Having an attraction does not in and of itself prove that one is born with a specific sexual orientation.
Vishura 5 months ago
I feel like we should have had this conversation on a really bad OP instead of here... :)
Mauran 5 months ago
Hi Sior Llwyd
Dobar 5 months ago
If you can find an instance when I praised Harris or Harper or Hudak, you might have an argument. But you don't, because I didn't. You do, however, have some balls spouting off about debt when we've just seen Ontario's debt doubled by the Ontario Liberals. Oh, you're okay with that though, because apparently you think that $38 billion is bigger than $150 billion. Must be that Discovery Math.
Tojazil 4 months ago
A Canadian talking about crazed policies is particularly precious.
Mulkis 4 months ago
'Appeal to experience' is not a single unitary concept but a complex one which could include everything from standard experimental empiricism (which is by definition based on empirical experience/observation) to drug-induced hallucinations and much in between. Most knowledge claims are grounded in testimony or appeal to authority in any case (both in religion and other spheres such as current events, history and many others where we cannot directly experience the objects of cognition (e.g. the past or an event we cannot observe). The problem is not one of trusting experience or trusting alleged authorities, but rather determining *which* experiences and which alleged experts should be treated as reliable sources. Empiricism,among other things, tries to render observational experience a) systematic b) predictable and c) capable of being replicated by others. If we treat knowledge as hypotheses about what events will be observed/experienced under specified conditions (e.g. in a laboratory experiment) and our predictions pan out across multiple trials (i.e. we experience/observe the same results) than we have shown those experiences/observations to be capable of confirmation in public. They are still experiences, but they are not unique to individual subjects since they can be repeated (e.g. I experience burning when putting my hand into a flame, but so do others-- and in a way that can be easily demonstrated in public). So we *want* knowledge to be based on experience, but experience that has observable and predictable consequences which can be evaluated by multiple experiencers or observers.
Maugar 4 months ago
I wonder the same thing.
Kekus 4 months ago
That's a good point. I had this discussion with someone a while ago. How many women would like to work outside the home but feel they can't because of societal pressures that tell them they have to stay home, childcare costs or other factors? How do we know that it was truly their choice?
Dalar 4 months ago
No, it doesn't. As outlined in my explanation.
Dot 4 months ago
"the stop bankrupting the Province sign?"......is the load of bullshit.
Takree 3 months ago
on the other side of my life Wifeoid and I were in Europe. I got used to warm Pop and tepid coffee... I actually enjoy them more room temperature with no ice. But... I be "off" in my behaviors sometimes...
Gogore 3 months ago
She wants a divorce, give it to her. That's it, that's all.
Jugis 3 months ago
But crystals and fire aren't the same as embryos and fetuses, and the nature of "growth" and how one (the unborn human) "reacts" versus the other (two) cannot be easily confused due to their very distinctiveness. But as far as your census reference goes, God also said nothing about counting any non-Israelite people, either, and no one I know of is arguing against their status as persons. That along with textual context of the passage tells me and Christians in general that the census had a "spiritual" purpose beyond merely counting a human's status as a person. Levites were counted differently than the other tribes, and some censuses concerned battle-readiness. And I know the reference you are making to Exodus 21:22-25, and I admit I don't have a good answer for that and it has always puzzled me. I can't argue that "God fails to express that fetuses are people" but that's not the same as the assertion that fetuses aren't people, logically. "They just aren't" is your personal conclusion. Again you mention a rabbinical standard, but again, I have to say I don't know what Judaism says about that. I do need to research it, but I don't belong to that religion. You keep asserting that having never breathed also equates to never having a soul, but you never responded to the Psalm 139:13 I made reference to in this context, which is admittedly poetic. How about Genesis 25:23, which states, "The Lord said to her, 'Two nations are in your womb, and two peoples from within you will be separated; one people will be stronger than the other, and the older will serve the younger.'"? Again, that's probably written long after the fact, but it does show some literary evidence of pre-born personhood. And of course, there is the famous prophecy of Isaiah 7:14 which speaks of a boy to be born to a young woman (speaking of personhood even before birth), and that before the child was even old enough to tell right from wrong, the two foreign nations spoken about would be judged by God. That is much more impressive if you believe in it prophetically. But it gives a sign of personhood being assigned by God, at least literally, before the fact.
Juzshura 3 months ago
And yet, after 5 years of bible school, you appear not to know that there is a viable and functioning world that doesn't rely on what's written in the bible. And that its citizens are no worse human beings than those that live according to the precepts of the bible.
Vijas 2 months ago
No, you do not. That is desperate and dishonest creationist nonsense. DNA proves evolution, so it needs to go.
Torisar 2 months ago
How ya been doing M?
Nerg 2 months ago
Either explain that reaction or consider yourself ignored.
Dum 2 months ago
We don't prove things in science. We EXPLAIN things in science. Proofs are for maths, ethanol, yeast doughs, and the pudding.
Dougrel 1 month ago
In OBlunderFuck's twisted mind, all those items in his thought bubble were not mistakes, they were
Kazikasa 1 month ago
Whatever we regard as real remains the same whether we believe to be special or not. In the end, it does not make a difference.
Melrajas 1 month ago
PR. If people learned more practical and useful fact and believed in nonsense less human kind would be much farther along,
Meztirg 1 month ago
One cannot achieve 100% certainty merely through "reflection".
Zolora 1 month ago
Yep. He is. He is the Child of God. God is the Father and there is the Mother and the Children is Born from the Parents. They are Jesus.

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