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General Religious Discussion / Re: Tower of Babel
« Last post by epidemic on Yesterday at 10:36:21 AM »
God clearly knew that people would never be able to learn each others languages and hence humans would never be able to build anything tall again. Not counting all the apartment buildings and monuments and skyscrapers that are much higher than Babel was, or the airplanes, or the manned missions into space. All of which ended up finding heaven of course. Because it turns out that heaven is just right up there.

Well clearly all of that is wrong. 

could you imagine if your best friend could not speak your language suddenly,  somehow I just don't see how I would simply write him off and say well clearly this dude is no longer of any value to me.   all our life experiences, learning about chicks, entering the trades chipping rocks with him and ultimately at lunch time on the 900th day of construction on a building we had all sacrificed years of our life constructing we are stricken with a weird magic spell and no longer want anything to do with eachother.
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Chatter / Re: What do you guys do for fun when you're not here?
« Last post by junebug72 on Yesterday at 09:57:05 AM »
I believe that things like "TV, music, movies" don't count because everyone seems to do that stuff. It's hard to "stand out" these days if everyone does the same thing.

Unfortunately, I work 5 days a week and still have work to do from home on the weekends so I am truly behind in the "fun" department.

But that's why they call it entertainment. ;)  It entertains people so that's a good thing.  Porky's Revenge not so much but man Gravity with Sandra Bullock is worth a try.  Very Very Good dang Movie.  Especially in HD.  The Martian also good flick.

I liked both the new Star Trek movies.  The special effects were brilliant.   Did not care much for the Star Wars movie.
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Chatter / Re: What do you guys do for fun when you're not here?
« Last post by junebug72 on Yesterday at 09:50:50 AM »
I forgot to mention music.  I love music and would like to spend more time listening to music.  I have some decent CDs and I have a Pandora account with a lot of cool stations.

Them new artist impressed the hell out of me the other night on the Billboard Music Awards.  Rhianna knocked it out the ballpark and so did everybody else except Brittany Spears.  I am convinced she lip sank. **thumbs down**  BUT...she looked good.  Very sexy. :o

Madonna sang Nothing Compares To You, written by Prince for Sinead O'Conner at the end in honor of his legacy.   It was cool. 
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Chatter / Re: What do you guys do for fun when you're not here?
« Last post by LoriPinkAngel on Yesterday at 09:50:30 AM »
I believe that things like "TV, music, movies" don't count because everyone seems to do that stuff. It's hard to "stand out" these days if everyone does the same thing.

Unfortunately, I work 5 days a week and still have work to do from home on the weekends so I am truly behind in the "fun" department.

What would you like to do?
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Chatter / Re: What do you guys do for fun when you're not here?
« Last post by skeptic54768 on Yesterday at 09:49:11 AM »
I believe that things like "TV, music, movies" don't count because everyone seems to do that stuff. It's hard to "stand out" these days if everyone does the same thing.

Unfortunately, I work 5 days a week and still have work to do from home on the weekends so I am truly behind in the "fun" department.
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General Religious Discussion / Re: Tower of Babel
« Last post by ParkingPlaces on Yesterday at 09:44:38 AM »
God clearly knew that people would never be able to learn each others languages and hence humans would never be able to build anything tall again. Not counting all the apartment buildings and monuments and skyscrapers that are much higher than Babel was, or the airplanes, or the manned missions into space. All of which ended up finding heaven of course. Because it turns out that heaven is just right up there.




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General Religious Discussion / Re: New Quote of the Day
« Last post by Add Homonym on Yesterday at 09:44:17 AM »
There's no need to create laws against religion.  The logical fallacies are self evident.

I agree. There is also no need to torture religious people on the rack, until they confess their unbelief in God, and then burn them.
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Chatter / Re: Starting my new job today!
« Last post by junebug72 on Yesterday at 09:44:10 AM »
Congratulations.

I wear glasses, so this hits close to home. <3

Thanks man.  I hope you got good glasses.  Little things matter.  Having the right temple length being one of them.  I see so many people wearing temples that are too short.  I don't know how they stand it.  It makes me want to school the optician that dispensed them. 

Size does matter after all! :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
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Chatter / Re: What do you guys do for fun when you're not here?
« Last post by LoriPinkAngel on Yesterday at 09:40:35 AM »
I forgot to mention music.  I love music and would like to spend more time listening to music.  I have some decent CDs and I have a Pandora account with a lot of cool stations.
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Chatter / Re: What do you guys do for fun when you're not here?
« Last post by junebug72 on Yesterday at 09:37:58 AM »
Come on Skeppie.  I know you do stuff.   Fishing perhaps?  Bible Study?  Music?  Watch reruns of Loveboat?  Andy Griffith?  Aww watch Star Wars in HD?

I do recall you saying you don't do much.  I remember because it made me sad. :'( 

If you don't want to share that's okay too.  Have to respect that. ;)
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