mattski wrote:cant be orgasm you reflect alot about those.
Fletch wrote:knoback wrote:You missed out on Baptist vacation bible school, didn't you?
Now, now... let's not go there...knoback wrote:Not that there's anything wrong with that.
I know. And I get the Seinfeld reference.knoback wrote:You can tell me I have to pay taxes,(or take a beach vacation), just don't try to tell me it's the same as looking upon the face of the lord.
I'm not telling you pay taxes (but I hope you do) or to take a beach vacation. Do what you want, that's what im saying. Just stop slinging your judgements my way (and the way of fish restaurant patrons). And no one is comparing the fish restaurant to your 'lord.'knoback wrote:You should take another look at that New Testament.
Been there. Done that. Nice book. Will give it another look when it shuffles up to the top of the stack.knoback wrote:"He who seeks to save his life shall surely lose it.." comes to mind. Social deviance indeed.
This is a big extrapolation/tangent. Yes, it's a nice thought, but try to lose the "it's the system, man" nuances...
Again, I'll repeat myself. No one is better for being attracted to the mountains. Some people are attracted to the ocean, or to cars, or to work, or social problems, or yes, to bon-bons. Do what makes you happy and stop trying to tell people what makes them happy. It's arrogant and inappropriate.
And the Lord would agree - Do not judge, so that you may not be judged. (Matthew 7:1)
Bob Sihler wrote:I've given up the security of knowing I'll die in a bed.
No complaints about that.
borutb wrote:How sure are you that dying in a bed is so secure?
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