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re: United States of F#ck Yeah v. Serbs | Bruce is Back Edition, 3pm CST (ESPN2) - Dijkstra
I feel like he's been 31 and anxious to prove himself for 10 years now. In 2027, I don't doubt he'll be 32 and feeling like his time is running out....
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re: Mom sues to stop Bible study classes in West Virginia schools - Dijkstra
[quote] They aren't giving extra funding to specifically fund bible classes. The schools are simply taking from the whole of the money that is given, and allocating some of it to the bible classes. Yes, they have bible classes, but maybe the kids dont get a field trip, or they dont get other classe...
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re: Mom sues to stop Bible study classes in West Virginia schools - Dijkstra
[quote]As long as you're in favor of getting rid of science and all their [b]unproven theories[/b] as well.[/quote] Guys, which one of us is going to tell him what a theory is?...
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re: Scientists Run Calculations To Prove The Existence of God - Dijkstra
Exactly. This is the flaw in science attempting to prove or someone saying "Science can't disprove god!" I just don't see any possible scientific process one could use to ever prove or disprove if "God" exists. These are all done with the purpose of finding a way to match with their intended o...
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re: Mom sues to stop Bible study classes in West Virginia schools - Dijkstra
I mean, if it's an actual class with grading and whatnot, get that shite out of there. I just interpreted it as a club. I don't want religion anywhere near legislation, education, etc. But a club outside of the time where classes are being taught is in no way an issue to me....
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re: Some fine looking women at these marches - Dijkstra
My ex-girlfriend went to DC, and she said that many people were against being hostile. One black woman said in a speech that she was also there to represent the rights of the women who voted for Trump because they are women and she still loves them. But you get fricking Madonna out there being st...
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re: Some fine looking women at these marches - Dijkstra
I just don't understand why a "frick Off!" headband, struggle t-shirt, and whatnot is necessary. I have a lot of intelligent female friends who went to marches, and I respect their beliefs and right to do so. They aren't anything like these women. But these types are the ones who make it hard to r...
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re: Mom sues to stop Bible study classes in West Virginia schools - Dijkstra
[quote]Hard for me to see how people don't realize religion should ever be involved in something the government has a hand in.[/quote] I think allowing someone the right to use the building for a group to meet is alright. As long as everyone, including Satanists or atheists can also form a volunt...
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re: Mom sues to stop Bible study classes in West Virginia schools - Dijkstra
If they're voluntary, that's ridiculous. This is someone who gives me as an atheist a bad name, and honestly, I feel like these things shouldn't bother her. I was firmly against Creationism being taught in Science classes in public schools. That's not a scientific theory, and it does not have any...
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re: Some fine looking women at these marches - Dijkstra
The struggle on her shirt is a reference to just marching in general. I'm not sure how you get that much mass in one focused area of the body....
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re: Scientists Run Calculations To Prove The Existence of God - Dijkstra
[quote]Na, there isn't a creator and that's simple enough.[/quote] I don't believe that there is one. However, this is about science attempting to prove (or disprove) the existence of a god or creator. I don't believe science can ever do that because you would have to find a universal definition ...
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re: Scientists Run Calculations To Prove The Existence of God - Dijkstra
The problem is that the key to science is to disprove something. I don't believe in God, but I could never say he or she could not exist. In fact, it's entirely possible. Science can not and should not attempt to prove the existence of God because it's not possible. Disproving God is not really p...
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re: Some fine looking women at these marches - Dijkstra
I'm one of the biggest proponents of freedom of religion and expression. I've argued with a lot of conservatives over a lot of these issues. But [b]frick Sharia Law[/b] coming anywhere near this country. I would happily protest and oppose it. I don't care if I'm in the middle of the most bigoted, ...
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re: Some fine looking women at these marches - Dijkstra
[quote]I agree but this will take time alot of Obama politics has to be undone before Trump can tackle his agenda. I also think that people need to understand we have to work together for the good of the country and not ones party.[/quote] I think what needs to happen is the left needs to admit t...
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re: Some fine looking women at these marches - Dijkstra
[quote]I believe if you read alot of our posts in here we are not saying Trump is a Saint but give this guy a chance. The crooked politicians in Washington should be on high alert. My main focus is on good job creation, repel Obamacare to lower the cost on everyone, and the economy. I think if this ...
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re: Some fine looking women at these marches - Dijkstra
I'm not remotely about to debate for either side. What I will say is if there was this much action and enthusiasm a few months ago, they may not be so upset. I wasn't a big Trump guy at all, still not, but when you ignore the fact that people are united across parties in disliking Hillary, you're...
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re: Some fine looking women at these marches - Dijkstra
[quote]Should conservatives have protested when Obama was elected? Did we miss an opportunity to take to the streets? Or were we all at work. [/quote] Seems like the work scenario checks out since the whole "Secret Muslim" and "Not a US citizen birth certificate" plans seemed like they were ...
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re: Do you look at wrasslin? - Dijkstra
[quote]This just shows me you probably don't communicate with many different groups of people if you have never heard someone speak this way regarding television. [/quote] I mean, it's clear he knows what he's saying, he just wanted to squeeze a little condescension into the experience. I t...
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re: Do you look at wrasslin? - Dijkstra
[quote]Dusty's [b]greatest[/b] idea was the shock master[/quote] I love everything about it. The reactions are priceless. "He fell on his arse. He fell right on his fricking arse." Even if things went perfect, it'd have been awful....
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re: Do you look at wrasslin? - Dijkstra
I think WWE is getting better as someone who keeps up on /r/squaredcircle. I went to Wrestlemania X-7 when I was like 12 or so and fell off. That said, if I could, I would absolutely love to go watch the Von Erichs at the Dallas Sportatorium. I'd also love to see Dusty in his prime. Dusty was ...
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