Author Topic: creation/evolution  (Read 1947 times)

Re: creation/evolution
« Reply #270 on: July 20, 2017, 07:31:37 PM »
CEO-What? it's been 6 months, give it sometime.
He said "from the start".  It's been 6 months and all we've seen are tweets.

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Have you ever been on twitter?
No, I don't waste my time on religion or twitter - same nonsense.

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do you know how it works??
DUH!  I started on ARPANET, so yes, I know how just about every site on the internet works.

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when your limited to 64 characters it is hard to say something proud everyday unless you have a team of writers work behind you to prop you up.
Obama didn't seem to have that problem.  Oh, wait, he spoke to reporters, he didn't tweet nonsense.

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http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/may/9/illegal-immigration-southwest-border-down-70-pct/
Or the washington post, the ny time or like below NPR: http://www.npr.org/2017/04/27/525584236/in-trumps-first-100-days-a-dramatic-reduction-in-immigration
It's summer - Mexican illegal immigration always drops this time of year.  Next thing you'll be praising him for melting the snow after the winter ended.

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Kind make the spelling of boarder a smaller secondary BS factoid when you get the primary sourcing of the subject matter wrong, huh?
Primary sourcing ... like not knowing that illegal immigration in hot trucks lessens in the summer?

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You: Hey man let me get that speck out of your eye, you seem all sorts of unrespectible running around with that speck..

Me: then how about you take that plank out of your eye before you start digging in mine.
Oh, a Bible reference.  I'm defeated.

 
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which is why I included links to source material that included graphs which describes last years numbers... you know last year at this time.. when the temp was the same, meaning the risk was the same. :winkle:
WOW!  Nice cherry-picking - and completely wrong.  The first link was from January to April, the second one was about the same timeframe - his first hundred days.

Lie much?
 
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Thanks obama for selling out our gold reserves to china which put us in the spot where now china is calling into question the power of the Dollar as the world lead currency.
You failed history?  Recent history?The dollar has been sliding as the world's currency [i[due to the fact that Europe is using Petrodollars as the base[/i].  For years.

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2/3's of the world still runs on coal
Not on ours, though.

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Even vast swaths of China still depend on coal.
And mine their own.  How does that bring the coal industry back to the US?

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Which is the oppsite of what obammie promised. "Keep your doctor, keep you plan, prices will be cut in 1/2"
And was the first year.  Then the Republicans modified it because you can't have Obama get anything right.  Right?

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He started with a million dollar loan.
To run the family's business.  He's lost 4 total fortunes so far.

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I can promise you no one starts a business to have it fail in the expectations to make a billion dollars as the net result.
Failed economics too, huh?

So where's that post with objective proof that your god objectively exists?
Afflicting the comfortable for 70 years.
Science builds skyscrapers, faith flies planes into them.

Offline Drich0150 (OP)

Re: creation/evolution
« Reply #271 on: July 21, 2017, 04:19:40 PM »

Jonnie come lately and those comming after him. i am not wanting to talk politics on this thread, please start another thread rather than derail this one any further.
1Thess 5:21 Question all things and hold on to what is Good. This is a charge meant for those who think themselves Christian. We are to question the foundational as well as the questionable, and hold on to the truth. Because I've done this my answers may be... Different than the typical Christian

Offline Cavebear

Re: creation/evolution
« Reply #272 on: Today at 02:48:29 AM »
Colanth said "DUH!  I started on ARPANET, so yes, I know how just about every site on the internet works."

I understand.  I was watching a TV show on the Apollo Space Program and they mentioned the primitive software available in 1967.  I started college in 1968 and took some computer classes in 1969.  Punch cads in Fortran and all that.  I didn't realize at the time that I was on the cutting edge.

I was good at programming, but didn't realize the importance of it.  I was not only good at programing, I was the "go to" guy for debugging other student's programs.  My life would have been entirely different had I pursued that subject.

I had a great career otherwhere, but I think I missed out on my best talent.
Atheist born, atheist bred.  And when I die, atheist dead

Offline Baruch

Re: creation/evolution
« Reply #273 on: Today at 07:19:39 AM »
Colanth said "DUH!  I started on ARPANET, so yes, I know how just about every site on the internet works."

I understand.  I was watching a TV show on the Apollo Space Program and they mentioned the primitive software available in 1967.  I started college in 1968 and took some computer classes in 1969.  Punch cads in Fortran and all that.  I didn't realize at the time that I was on the cutting edge.

I was good at programming, but didn't realize the importance of it.  I was not only good at programing, I was the "go to" guy for debugging other student's programs.  My life would have been entirely different had I pursued that subject.

I had a great career otherwhere, but I think I missed out on my best talent.

You self pat on head as good as Drich does ;-)
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