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Tired of arguing.

I wish you the best Christian brother.

God bless you.
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that is why they push you amigo,

I don't quite understand the science of it just yet, but somehow, some people are able to gain energy by pulling it from others.

it's a pathetic practice, but it happens nonetheless.

guard your treasure, you earned it.
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listened at therapy, while faking it as a high functioning autistic.
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way too boring to care.. lol
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Tired of arguing.

I wish you the best Christian brother.

God bless you.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


that is why they push you amigo,

I don't quite understand the science of it just yet, but somehow, some people are able to gain energy by pulling it from others.

it's a pathetic practice, but it happens nonetheless.

guard your treasure, you earned it.
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listened at therapy, while faking it as a high functioning autistic.
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thats what a psychopath would do.
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you've got another couple of minutes before my dinner is done cooking..

go on.. impress me..

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From tomorrow onwards use the word 'Cake' at random times for any response or statement. I promise you you will feel good! Cake!
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i'll counter with an alternate glp meme, … nope!
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Well you don't have to. I'm sure you got other ways to feel good. This one's like a magic word.
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lets see cake! … nope.
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you've got another couple of minutes before my dinner is done cooking..

go on.. impress me..

chuckle
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Hi I'm looking for Ray Finkle...

...and a clean pair of shorts.
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you've got another couple of minutes before my dinner is done cooking..

go on.. impress me..

chuckle
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Hi I'm looking for Ray Finkle...

...and a clean pair of shorts.
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chuckle

good one..
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you guys are more decrepit than the snake at the beginning - and you're using the same tired crap to trick people into their own demise. 'oh, have no fear, god's afraid of your awesomeness'...what a crock of shit.

flit around on the other side - i don't care. i won't join you. but be forewarned. from your limited persepective you think it's fun and great and awesome. from God's perspective He sees of box full of decrepit souls that have it in their heart to put themselves above Him. you'll never be able to exist in heaven with that attitude. so, He's going to move that box full of your wannabe wicked tenant souls to hell - and you all jumped in with your own free will.

news flash. there are no fig leaves this time. only eternal torment. God will allow the deceived to go to their own demise - just as He always does. but know this: it's a far worse sin to be the misleader than the misled and the punishment is also far worse.

your nakedness has exposed your shame. you're fucked.

what's perfect is you all jumped into the box of hellbound souls willingly because what's in your hearts is to put yourselves above God - just like at the beginning. he doesn't have to hunt any of you down. never learned a thing, did you? wanting to be godlike = god damned and you bundled yourselves up like weeds to be burned.

oh, and what's funny as shit is those of you who think jesus is going to save you. jesus doesn't save wicked tenants. dumbshits.

God's will be done indeed. you're going to eternal torment hell.

now say 'what' again. i dare you.
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who am I? right now i'm a messenger of sorts. and anyone in this thread, on this website or anywhere will heed that message if they have half a brain or not.
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oh, and take your shoes off before you talk to me. you fucking worm.
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can't understand the message, huh?

their's two messages.

message for the decrepit:

[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]

and a message for anyone who wants to save their soul.

(this one always reminds me of the night of terror during the first passover)

[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]

I chose the lyric version because words are always more important than pictures.



and take your shoes off before you talk to me. you fucking worm.
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before anyone falls too deeply in love with the sanctimonious shit being spewed here, let me tell you all what happened here and how come.

first, God has no tricks up his sleeve. God NEVER tricks or deceives. He ALWAYS does what He says He will do and He ALWAYS honors the freewill He gave.

So this poses a peculiar situation. How does God get the wickedly rebellious into hell when He gave them freewill? He lets them ask to go there. In fact, He lets them demand to go there with the freewill He gave them and then He honors their request.

These dipshits are aware of this very fact because they were told this months ago, by me. I also told them EXACTLY what the hell is that is prepared for them (and it's beyond brutal torment - it's worse than probably anyone can imagine). And, they know that I know what I'm talking about.

But, there comes a point when once being made aware of what the consequences of an action are, that doing that very thing becomes a direct request for the consequences. And, (I shit you not), they have requested - demanded really - that God torture them for an eternity in a most brutal fashion. They made this choice via their actions. It has to be that way because when they speak, they lie. And, they did it precisely knowing exactly what torment they were are going to get. And, as previously stated, God NEVER tricks or deceives AND God is happy to oblige.

The physical verification of this fact is that the pope pious x church in the rosedale section of queens, ny burst into flames last night. That is the verification of what they're about to receive - AS PER THEIR REQUEST. There is much meaning to that particular church burning but specifically, pious is the only word I'm aware of that actually means what it means AND means it's own hypocritical opposite.


Hell. They asked for it. No shit. (except of course for the shit mouth part of the torment).
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too late, dinner's ready..

lahoo - ssehh - hhherrr
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too late, dinner's ready..

lahoo - ssehh - hhherrr
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Enjoy your pasta.
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haha....funny as shit.
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The truth of Jesus that churches have forgotten:

Satan rules the world. Governments are the enemy, and that could be understood to extend to any organization dependent upon or collaborating with government: Universities, corporations, foundations, charities, and churches.

He warned to avoid even going to courts at almost all costs.

He taught Christians to expect to be persecuted by governments.

He said we were at war with wicked people in governments, and he promised eventual victory over governments, with their kings, captains, and ministers and bureaucrats cowering under the Earth and pissing themselves for fear of his vengeance.

Any church that kisses the government's ass is a disgrace to Jesus and it will be thrown into the fire.
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It's arrogance that makes people think conversation can change their hearts, and you will learn to recognize them the more you see it for what it is.

call it loosh, or whatever, but some here know how to pull it from others and consume it for their own gain.
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Was thinking earlier some of them are looshing. 46 though is just miserable with their own life and taking it out on others.
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I miss looking at my pretty chuee bug.
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haha....funny as shit.
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enjoy your shitmouths in hell dipshits.
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Tired of arguing.

I wish you the best Christian brother.

God bless you.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


that is why they push you amigo,

I don't quite understand the science of it just yet, but somehow, some people are able to gain energy by pulling it from others.

it's a pathetic practice, but it happens nonetheless.

guard your treasure, you earned it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


You may be right.

Some people just want to argue for the sake of arguing.

Then again, some people just genuinely don't get it, and it's for those and others I persist.

I know they have many 'gifts' and many practices and I combat that as best I can, I am just a man.

I can bless and pray for them and that's about all I can do.

The rest is up to God.
A coward dies a thousand times, but the valiant need taste of death but once.

Fear cuts deeper than swords.
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I think we're all insane in some acceptable way.
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The truth of Jesus that churches have forgotten:

Satan rules the world. Governments are the enemy, and that could be understood to extend to any organization dependent upon or collaborating with government: Universities, corporations, foundations, charities, and churches.

He warned to avoid even going to courts at almost all costs.

He taught Christians to expect to be persecuted by governments.

He said we were at war with wicked people in governments, and he promised eventual victory over governments, with their kings, captains, and ministers and bureaucrats cowering under the Earth and pissing themselves for fear of his vengeance.

Any church that kisses the government's ass is a disgrace to Jesus and it will be thrown into the fire.
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clappahesright

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It's arrogance that makes people think conversation can change their hearts, and you will learn to recognize them the more you see it for what it is.

call it loosh, or whatever, but some here know how to pull it from others and consume it for their own gain.
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Was thinking earlier some of them are looshing. 46 though is just miserable with their own life and taking it out on others.
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It's hard to say, it seems like they are looshing to me though.
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Dude what
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Tired of arguing.

I wish you the best Christian brother.

God bless you.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


that is why they push you amigo,

I don't quite understand the science of it just yet, but somehow, some people are able to gain energy by pulling it from others.

it's a pathetic practice, but it happens nonetheless.

guard your treasure, you earned it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


You may be right.

Some people just want to argue for the sake of arguing.

Then again, some people just genuinely don't get it, and it's for those and others I persist.

I know they have many 'gifts' and many practices and I combat that as best I can, I am just a man.

I can bless and pray for them and that's about all I can do.

The rest is up to God.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


you can do more than that.

sometimes you just have to let them walk their own path.

it's the need to save that opens up the path for loosh to be taken.

I've seen it countless times, a good heart pushed into dark places by their own good will.

I once saved my cousin's life, just to watch him go right back to what I helped him through, then kill my other cousin, a police officer, then himself.

I am partly responsible for that loss of life, and I accept that.

but with that acceptance comes the lesson that sometimes saving someone is damning another.

with all due respect, I'm just asking you to think about it.

I know where your heart is, but that is a weapon that can be turned against you here.

take care brother, Im off to watch some movies with the mrs..

cheers
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It's arrogance that makes people think conversation can change their hearts, and you will learn to recognize them the more you see it for what it is.

call it loosh, or whatever, but some here know how to pull it from others and consume it for their own gain.
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Was thinking earlier some of them are looshing. 46 though is just miserable with their own life and taking it out on others.
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It's hard to say, it seems like they are looshing to me though.
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Possibly. They're definitely trying to get reactions and personal information...
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Tired of arguing.

I wish you the best Christian brother.

God bless you.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


that is why they push you amigo,

I don't quite understand the science of it just yet, but somehow, some people are able to gain energy by pulling it from others.

it's a pathetic practice, but it happens nonetheless.

guard your treasure, you earned it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


You may be right.

Some people just want to argue for the sake of arguing.

Then again, some people just genuinely don't get it, and it's for those and others I persist.

I know they have many 'gifts' and many practices and I combat that as best I can, I am just a man.

I can bless and pray for them and that's about all I can do.

The rest is up to God.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


you can do more than that.

sometimes you just have to let them walk their own path.

it's the need to save that opens up the path for loosh to be taken.

I've seen it countless times, a good heart pushed into dark places by their own good will.

I once saved my cousin's life, just to watch him go right back to what I helped him through, then kill my other cousin, a police officer, then himself.

I am partly responsible for that loss of life, and I accept that.

but with that acceptance comes the lesson that sometimes saving someone is damning another.

with all due respect, I'm just asking you to think about it.

I know where your heart is, but that is a weapon that can be turned against you here.

take care brother, Im off to watch some movies with the mrs..

cheers
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You are probably right.

I myself have dealt with both loss and grief.

There is much I could tell you, but I won't.

You don't have to worry about me though, God has made me strong through many trials.

I know what they're doing.

I indulge them anyway, sometimes.

Sometimes I ignore.

You're a good friend, I enjoy your counsel.
A coward dies a thousand times, but the valiant need taste of death but once.

Fear cuts deeper than swords.
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that is why they push you amigo,

I don't quite understand the science of it just yet, but somehow, some people are able to gain energy by pulling it from others.

it's a pathetic practice, but it happens nonetheless.

guard your treasure, you earned it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


You may be right.

Some people just want to argue for the sake of arguing.

Then again, some people just genuinely don't get it, and it's for those and others I persist.

I know they have many 'gifts' and many practices and I combat that as best I can, I am just a man.

I can bless and pray for them and that's about all I can do.

The rest is up to God.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


you can do more than that.

sometimes you just have to let them walk their own path.

it's the need to save that opens up the path for loosh to be taken.

I've seen it countless times, a good heart pushed into dark places by their own good will.

I once saved my cousin's life, just to watch him go right back to what I helped him through, then kill my other cousin, a police officer, then himself.

I am partly responsible for that loss of life, and I accept that.

but with that acceptance comes the lesson that sometimes saving someone is damning another.

with all due respect, I'm just asking you to think about it.

I know where your heart is, but that is a weapon that can be turned against you here.

take care brother, Im off to watch some movies with the mrs..

cheers
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


You are probably right.

I myself have dealt with both loss and grief.

There is much I could tell you, but I won't.

You don't have to worry about me though, God has made me strong through many trials.

I know what they're doing.

I indulge them anyway, sometimes.

Sometimes I ignore.

You're a good friend, I enjoy your counsel.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


As long as you know that no where in that counsel do I see myself as above you.

I respect you as an equal, and our friendship.

do what you gotta do, you are probably much wiser than me.

I've learned to be neutral, but that's part defense mechanism, and I admire your willingness to continue to give in the face of those who take.
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You may be right.

Some people just want to argue for the sake of arguing.

Then again, some people just genuinely don't get it, and it's for those and others I persist.

I know they have many 'gifts' and many practices and I combat that as best I can, I am just a man.

I can bless and pray for them and that's about all I can do.

The rest is up to God.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


you can do more than that.

sometimes you just have to let them walk their own path.

it's the need to save that opens up the path for loosh to be taken.

I've seen it countless times, a good heart pushed into dark places by their own good will.

I once saved my cousin's life, just to watch him go right back to what I helped him through, then kill my other cousin, a police officer, then himself.

I am partly responsible for that loss of life, and I accept that.

but with that acceptance comes the lesson that sometimes saving someone is damning another.

with all due respect, I'm just asking you to think about it.

I know where your heart is, but that is a weapon that can be turned against you here.

take care brother, Im off to watch some movies with the mrs..

cheers
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


You are probably right.

I myself have dealt with both loss and grief.

There is much I could tell you, but I won't.

You don't have to worry about me though, God has made me strong through many trials.

I know what they're doing.

I indulge them anyway, sometimes.

Sometimes I ignore.

You're a good friend, I enjoy your counsel.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


As long as you know that no where in that counsel do I see myself as above you.

I respect you as an equal, and our friendship.

do what you gotta do, you are probably much wiser than me.

I've learned to be neutral, but that's part defense mechanism, and I admire your willingness to continue to give in the face of those who take.
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I respect you as equal and friend as well.

Always, my friend.

If I'm wise today it just means I was a fool yesterday, which I was big time.

I've learned though.

In many ways you are far wiser than me.

Again, I give you respect.
A coward dies a thousand times, but the valiant need taste of death but once.

Fear cuts deeper than swords.
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you can do more than that.

sometimes you just have to let them walk their own path.

it's the need to save that opens up the path for loosh to be taken.

I've seen it countless times, a good heart pushed into dark places by their own good will.

I once saved my cousin's life, just to watch him go right back to what I helped him through, then kill my other cousin, a police officer, then himself.

I am partly responsible for that loss of life, and I accept that.

but with that acceptance comes the lesson that sometimes saving someone is damning another.

with all due respect, I'm just asking you to think about it.

I know where your heart is, but that is a weapon that can be turned against you here.

take care brother, Im off to watch some movies with the mrs..

cheers
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


You are probably right.

I myself have dealt with both loss and grief.

There is much I could tell you, but I won't.

You don't have to worry about me though, God has made me strong through many trials.

I know what they're doing.

I indulge them anyway, sometimes.

Sometimes I ignore.

You're a good friend, I enjoy your counsel.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


As long as you know that no where in that counsel do I see myself as above you.

I respect you as an equal, and our friendship.

do what you gotta do, you are probably much wiser than me.

I've learned to be neutral, but that's part defense mechanism, and I admire your willingness to continue to give in the face of those who take.
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I respect you as equal and friend as well.

Always, my friend.

If I'm wise today it just means I was a fool yesterday, which I was big time.

I've learned though.

In many ways you are far wiser than me.

Again, I give you respect.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


cheers
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Oh yeah...its just like in real life. Why would the internet be any different? Oh yeah....
Its just as I imagined it would be.....Ah yes...Its going just as expected...Oh no...Im not the least bit suprised. Please...CONTINUE!
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Oh yeah...its just like in real life. Why would the internet be any different? Oh yeah....
Its just as I imagined it would be.....Ah yes...Its going just as expected...Oh no...Im not the least bit suprised. Please...CONTINUE!
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And you hate it, don't you?

chuckle

Something organic and beautiful is anathema to you, isn't it?
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Oh yeah...its just like in real life. Why would the internet be any different? Oh yeah....
Its just as I imagined it would be.....Ah yes...Its going just as expected...Oh no...Im not the least bit suprised. Please...CONTINUE!
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And you hate it, don't you?

chuckle

Something organic and beautiful is anathema to you, isn't it?
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What's organic isn't beautiful, and what's beautiful isn't organic.





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