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re: What's your prediction as to the next big thing? - Globetrotter747
When/if satisfyingly realistic sex bots become a reality I wonder how that will change the lives of women, especially the attractive ones? Seems they would lose some leverage over men. Maybe less bitchy?...
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re: What sights,landmarks or buildings left you in awe - Globetrotter747
I have seen nearly everything included in this thread and will throw in a few more that haven’t been mentioned that are as good as you will find. Mt. Everest Lauterbrunnen Valley Burj Khalifa...
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Pick Three: Vienna / Budapest / Prague / Auschwitz - Globetrotter747
Which would you choose? You have one day at each....
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re: Most Beautiful Road - Globetrotter747
[quote]Miami to Key West....[/quote] Done that one....
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re: Most Beautiful Road - Globetrotter747
Anyone have any suggestions on a great road that can be driven in mid January? I am open to anything in the continental US....
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re: Why Saban's Alabama is So Great At Winning? - Globetrotter747
Talent and a highly disciplined environment....
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Jobs vs. Gates - Globetrotter747
Who was the better CEO and why?...
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re: What miracles would Jesus need to do today to show His divinity? - Globetrotter747
[quote]Ultimately, it always comes down to faith....you believe or you don't. Either you believe Jesus is who He said He was or you don't. It really is that simple.[/quote] People usually believe whatever their parents and culture tell them to believe. Few have the intellectual curiousity to even...
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re: What miracles would Jesus need to do today to show His divinity? - Globetrotter747
[quote]My journey, if you'll indulge me, has been something of a long strange trip and my search took me down many paths, and experiences, secular and "spiritual". I would not recommend something I had investigated and believed to be a dead end.[/quote] But the vast majority of people who talk ab...
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re: Can anyone share their Spain experiences? - Globetrotter747
[quote]Overall, Spain is a great country for a trip of that long. You could focus on an area or piece together a few cities. The old trope is if you love Madrid, you'll hate Barcelona. And if you love Barcelona, you'll hate Madrid. However, I am not sure if this is really true.[/quote] I love bot...
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re: What miracles would Jesus need to do today to show His divinity? - Globetrotter747
[quote]I don't have any comfort to offer and the only advice I have is to stand fast and live what you believe and man up to the consequences of your beliefs and actions. [/quote] I don’t think you understand. My disbelief in deities is no more important to me than your (I’m assuming) disbelie...
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re: What miracles would Jesus need to do today to show His divinity? - Globetrotter747
[quote]I am thankful however because in some countries to believe the gospel and act on it often leads to far worse than I have ever experienced. Loss of work, being ostracized by the community, physical harm, possibly even torture and death. [/quote] In certain parts of the USA (not just other c...
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re: What miracles would Jesus need to do today to show His divinity? - Globetrotter747
[quote]You ever give any thought to why Christianity gets under your skin? It has no impact on what you believe or disbelieve or how you live your life.[/quote] If you’re an atheist in the Deep South Christianity certainly does have an impact on how you live your life. If you are open about you...
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re: Favorite pornstar thread - Globetrotter747
Lisa Ann, Kira Kener, Jenna Jameson, Jenna Haze, Nikki Benz, Shyla Stylez, Janine Lindemulder, Carmen Luvana, Crissy Moran, August Ames, Audrey Bitoni, Nina Devil, Taylor Hayes, Janice Griffin, among others....
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Most Beautiful Road - Globetrotter747
What is the most beautiful road you've driven? If it's really long try to narrow it down to the best 100-200 mile portion....
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re: How far back in time would you have to go for Alabama to beat an NFL team? 20 yrs? 30 yrs? - Globetrotter747
Another thing to consider isn't just how much players have evolved but schemes and coaching. Schemes are far more advanced now than they were a generation ago. That would help the modern college teams. ...
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re: How old was your next opponents HC when they learned about asparagus? - Globetrotter747
I doubt too many college coaches know much about what goes on in the world outside of the football facility and the stadium they are playing in that week. ...
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Most Beautiful Sight You've Seen - Globetrotter747
When I say sight, I'm talking about a view from a pretty specific location. For example, Moraine Lake from atop the Rockpile or the Eiffel Tower from Champ de Mars. Something like that....
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re: Passport/visa help for first trip out of the country - Globetrotter747
[quote]Just make sure you don't get the card because without the book, you're restricted to travel only by land or sea. [/quote] I have both and think the passport card is good to have as a back up ID. In fact, I carry it around most of the time when abroad and leave my passport book at the hotel...
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re: Let's post some underrated things in life - Globetrotter747
Driving the open road out west in a convertible while listening to music....
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