MonkWarrior

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monkwarrior wrote:
it all depends on how you land, i'd try it though.
monkwarrior wrote:
There's a railway-sanctioned pathway there, perhaps they need to make it a bridge or underground passageway?
monkwarrior wrote:
lockner01 sure.  But just like how kids can think on a scientific level (asking questions), without actually getting the training they won't be able to dig deep.
monkwarrior wrote:
rumham This will make it better:
Luke Hampster, Jedi Knight!
monkwarrior wrote:
holygod Because the love of God requires people to think on a spiritual level, to find the doorway to the depths of love, and that is what the lessons help someone do.
monkwarrior wrote:
rumham why are you trolling?
monkwarrior wrote:
rumham I spent well over 20 years studying them all.
monkwarrior wrote:
holygod When have i ever said that? I've studied all religions of the world and found that there is a common theme in all of them, pointing to the true religion: Love.
monkwarrior wrote:
squrlz4ever yeah i noticed that hexagon shape, it was all right.
monkwarrior wrote:
LordJim it said 'experiment' and i was like o.O
monkwarrior wrote:
marsii so you side with the teacher?
monkwarrior wrote:
Gerry1of1 honestly that was my first thought when it was posted last week.

monkwarrior wrote:
What the heck was this supposed to be about?  I saw the whole thing but am scratching my head about the reason.
monkwarrior wrote:
Gerry1of1 actually there's the evidence of testimony. and religion is about nourishing the spirit.
monkwarrior wrote:
Here's a very interesting story of a boy genius, (he's 11 and graduated high school and college already)

https://www.tampabay.com/news/education/college/The-genius-At-age-11-he-s-graduating-from-St-Petersburg-College-then-it-s-on-to-astrophysics-_170144439


Here's the interesting part:
...
"My goal is to have my Ph.D. by the time I’m 18," he said. 

And he has a plan for putting it to use.

"I want to prove that God does exist through science," William said, his robed father looking on. "So that the world can know."
...
"Science and religion are no different," he said. "Science is a tool for explaining the world. Science doesn’t disprove God."
...
monkwarrior wrote:
Look at this crazy teacher.

Takes a MAGA hat from a teen, and throws a drink at them.

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/07/13/teacher-reportedly-compares-pro-trump-maga-hat-teen-to-nazi-in-vulgar-tweet-f-em.html

Your nation is going down folks.
monkwarrior wrote:
Personally i think that's way too much makeup, IMHO i find its best when it's used sparingly.
monkwarrior wrote:
I'm kind of amazed twitter is still going.  It's always been a lame thing if you ask me.

But regarding masks, a lot of police fores do it too, plus today with technology it's probably a good idea to default to protecting your identity & wearing gear to prevent serious injury
monkwarrior wrote:
DrCribbens It's ok to admit you can't prove something.
monkwarrior wrote:
DrCribbens I see you're still trying to avoid proving something you said you would prove, and happily at that.  I'm still waiting for you to prove (happily)  that the moon landing did happen, because you haven't so far, and are now asking me questions unrelated to doing what you said you would do.  
monkwarrior wrote:
DrCribbens You clearly said "I'm quite happy to prove to you that the moon landing did happen".  That's what the discussion (which i also use advisedly) is about.  So if you can't prove it, just say so.
monkwarrior wrote:
squrlz4ever btw the saying is a joke, war is peace is a mantra in Orwell's 1984.  I still think it's a shame to bring war off this planet (assuming we can even do that).