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  1. Dream
    11-12-2009 02:32 AM - permalink
    Dream
    Yes, the population around here has changed. Controversy is already on its way. I doubt you need to stir the pot except when you feel inspired.
  2. Dream
    10-31-2009 08:14 PM - permalink
    Dream
    Tao,

    as long as I've been on the board (not long) you have projected a disdain for religions. Over the last 10 years incidentally I have changed from someone who believes in myths, to someone who is choosing whether or not to cooperate with mysticism. Why destroy a religion? I suspect there would be some serious fallout if a religion were destroyed suddenly. That is why no one tells the whole story in one swipe, a belief that change should come slowly. Here is one resource you've never posted which argues Jesus as a myth and does a very good (if incomplete) job: YouTube - Real Proof that Jesus was NOT real Its pretty good, although 'Proof' is maybe a misnomer. Its more of a lemma.

    They tell half of the story. Suppose you could tell the other half -- why would it be important and would there be some reason to hurry? Eventually it would come out anyway.
  3. Starrfyre1969
    09-16-2009 08:34 AM - permalink
    Starrfyre1969
    Okie, just how much do you love Meatloaf? :)
  4. Starrfyre1969
    09-15-2009 07:24 AM - permalink
    Starrfyre1969
    I saw this on the topic "How do we identify a prophet?" and I just about fell out of my chair! Another Meatloaf fan! How rare!!!!!! :D

    "You saw paradise with open eyes!! When exactly did you meet me? Surely not by the dashboard lights!!"
  5. Snoopy
    07-26-2009 12:03 PM - permalink
    Snoopy
    Ah Cornwall...the sea, the coast, the air, the light...

    Bet you loved it...
  6. islamis4u
    07-07-2009 02:05 PM - permalink
    islamis4u
    Know many Muslim states and Pakistan also have hosting services but the thing is we have to pay and also if its free it has lesser space our Country and Muslim states give freedom of speech with Ethical behavior... its funny how can you make hosting to say that country does not allow freedom of speech...you are really funny Tao really its sounds like ......now go and search "ptcl" in google and see their hosting service they have and i do not agree with what you say but for once i agree to you statement ... why do not they allow an Islamic SIte........ You are real humors man Tao... but you should make some sense in it.. though
  7. islamis4u
    07-07-2009 01:09 PM - permalink
    islamis4u
    because its the best free hosting services i can get from ... i don't go for offshore or what ever it is you have suggested but for better service from which i get i just get that... I hope it would have been Pakistani or from Muslim State i would have opted that for sure
  8. 17th Angel
    07-06-2009 09:42 AM - permalink
    17th Angel
    Thanks pal. :D
  9. pattimax
    06-27-2009 07:27 PM - permalink
    pattimax
    Thank you! Your most gracious apology is accepted.
  10. pattimax
    06-27-2009 03:58 PM - permalink
    pattimax
    Only three rules:

    1:You are not allowed to reply or respond to those that parodied you.

    2:Every 10th poster must change the subject (post 10, 20, 30....)

    3:Keep it good natured!

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