Vintage auto radio restoration
"Assad wanted the bomb too. The problem with Libya, Syria and Ukraine is that we fostered a revolution. It wasn't organic. Iran is poised for an organic one."
NinaMeanJaw rides a White Boy!
"Weren't you in Hawaii then. "Oh yeah. In disappointment, I stand from my chair and question anew, "Can you take care of Crandon tonight.
OMG. I went back in the house stunned and unsure what had just happened. It's messed up, you don't need to tell me. She began to moan and mutter something.
"Ok well it's not THAT bad. However, paying them had caused some problems with her daughter. The cum remained all over me, now sliding down the canyon between my tits.
Then she had looked through the list of attendees and circled a few names, and sent a few emails to set up meetings with restoratiln she wanted to connect with, and then it was restorafion to go back to her room to get ready.
They were loose and warm.
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Munos | 09.03.2018
First, thanks enormously both for the information about the origins of TAD, about which I was quite unclear, and for your efforts and those of other mods since then. TAD is pretty much the only place I comment anymore (outside of a very occasional thought on the "Political Animal" at "Washington Monthly" and Martin Longman's personal site at "Booman Tribune."
Tygogrel | 15.03.2018
Hypotheticals are not answerable. They are imaginary.
JoJosar | 16.03.2018
A jealous, slavery-condoning, misogynistic, murdering, tyrannical con artist. You can't get behind that??
Gashicage | 19.03.2018
I never thought it was funny!
Kazraktilar | 23.03.2018
Snowflakes? Is that a branch of Christianity? There are so many.
Nijas | 30.03.2018
The utility of potentially loaded pockets outweighs the utility of leaving them alive?
Voodoom | 06.04.2018
I think he did those mecum car auction things. Above my head kind of shows..
Gum | 13.04.2018
Someone on a business trip having a consensual 1NS is miles away from the situation described in the Intro to this thread.
Yozshukora | 16.04.2018
Churches should be taxed, yes.
Kajitilar | 18.04.2018
I reallllllly wish the animation worked here at this new place.... Wait I have my phone!!! ....but that is data... is Mo-town's post worth it? argggggghhh I need coffee for this decision....
Nikotaxe | 18.04.2018
I don't know how anyone could read Genesis and think that God is worthy of worship.
Taktilar | 25.04.2018
Do tell - what "smattering of fossil evidence" of global flood within 5000 years ago? Why is it a smattering to begin with, when one would expect a mountain?
Moogumi | 28.04.2018
Maybe. But I think that it relates to the following of the Quran.
Vikasa | 05.05.2018
You make no sense to me. In your interpretation the lesson of the parable implies that "working in the vineyard" is "achieving the Kingdom of Heaven" or "achieving the Landowner" if you prefer as they are interchangeable. So what does the vineyard work represent ? Good deeds? gods work? and lead one to "the Landowner" or god? As in, Work makes one god? That sounds more like a socialist propaganda line rather than a religious tenet.
Gardagis | 14.05.2018
True: Claudio Monteverdi, Johannes Sebastian Bach, Olivier Messiaen, Arvo Part (one of my favorite)...
Kajishicage | 14.05.2018
The term "emotional affair" is a way for people to feel a little better about their affair because there was no sex. You are right though, it's all the same in the end.
Yozshur | 18.05.2018
People don't always value 'facts' over their feelings. that's not something unique whatsoever to the religious.
Mitilar | 22.05.2018
True faith is never stupid. Maybe at times unexplainable, but
Akir | 01.06.2018
Sorry, is this a lame attempt to call me stupid, or slow? You know that personal attacks are not welcome here.
Tojashicage | 04.06.2018
Humans have known the shape of the earth since Eratosthenes figured it out circa 200 BCE.
Zulkikora | 12.06.2018
I agree that this entire OP is inflammatory.
Yojar | 14.06.2018
That's funny,I read presentation 1B. I enjoyed it,but then I'm already a believer.
Yok | 15.06.2018
I think your average Christian would go buy a cake mix. It's really not that big a deal to bake a cake.
Faular | 17.06.2018
What question?? You're just making bland statements that have no value and no meaning. Ask your question pal.
Shakami | 22.06.2018
its a cruel attitude. but at least its more honest than the people who pretend that hes a moral pillar, as long as he cuts out birth control,and all abortion funding.
Moogugis | 28.06.2018
Damn, smells like Metamucil in here :)
Kejas | 01.07.2018
Waddya mean "if"?
Zululabar | 10.07.2018
So basically it's:
Zulkishicage | 20.07.2018
Regardless the "miracles" that I do not believe that occurred and that are of human invention to impress the followers, I believe Apollonius teaching had nothing to do with such exaggerations but it was purely based on Hermetica, like Plato's. Hermetica was a highly philosophical book just like Buddhism that was accepted as a religious book. However if one reads it, he realizes that the concepts are nothing but a way of explaining the universe created by the "unknown god" who isn't supposed to be venerated such as. Actually Apollonius Theosophy derives from Corpus Hermeticum which also influenced the Heracletian, Platonic and Orphic literature. The same Agnostic concepts we find in Protagoras, Parmenides, Pythagoras, Plutarch, Aristotle and many other philosophers of the Stoic and Orphic philosophy that is adopted by the Hebrew-Christians.
Mirisar | 29.07.2018
Calorically accurate. Not to mention, spectacular flavor by comparison.
Brazuru | 06.08.2018
How can you impeach someone for withdrawing from a completely non-binding deal that the other side didn't even have to sign? Exactly what laws were broken?
Doumuro | 12.08.2018
"Do you tell people who wear glasses about how stupid and sick they are on a regular basis??"
Kanris | 22.08.2018
Oh yes and I do! We all know that a theory is a well-substantiated explanation of some aspect of the natural world, based on a body of facts that have been repeatedly confirmed through observation and experiment. Such fact-supported theories are not "guesses" but reliable accounts of the real world. And it requires all known parameters worked into the input data and then forming a cohesive model. Totally academically speaking, a theory should be able to be falsified and tested and repeated under controlled conditions.
Kajirn | 30.08.2018
Almost every thing in that sentence you quote is a metaphor. That is the language of these Hebrew folk. They are like those Navajo code talkers. The North Koreans, who were trying to crack their code, after a while figured out the Navajo language. But they were still in the dark because they could not figure out the metaphors that the Navajo talkers were using that were specifically related to their tribal myths, customs and cultural metaphors.