Toronto is close to becoming the Chicago / Detroit of Canada.
It's a bindi
No, you didn't. You paraphrased, and did it inaccurately. I provided the actual, verbatim quote, and the accurate paraphrase.
You can measure brain responses, dopamine levels, pupil dilation and many other aspects of emotion. We do it all the time in thoughts deeds and actions. We quantify love even if the drug aspect, that "feeling" is quite incredible. And it's a function of our amygdala and some other parts of the brain.
So he can?t bust folks so he runs away. If I didn?t know any better I?d swear you were atheist. You act like one
I didn't say that they caused the recession now did I.
I think he is involved by virtue of her involving him, right? Like, my read on this situation is she asked him to come talk to you. Totally dif if he is stalking her and interfering in her biz, but the more usual thing would be that she asked him to come and sort stuff out.
Meaningless replies, religious slight of hand, perceived slights followed by the condescending personal attacks. I'll be stepping off this bus leaving you with your imaginary spririts.
Sure, Trump's just racist? That's why he doesn't like people crapping on our anthems and traditions? Listening to paranoids finding racism under every rug and bed is annoying as it is pathetic.
Why is it just a family responsibility?
How frequent would you say? Personal experience? Rumors? Any statistics?
Aol and yahoo....good times
Lucy! Lucy! I see Lucy!
That is how many people practice religion today. You may think it?s ridiculous, but people have their reasons.
That's right. For someone who is educated enough to be a professor, she sure sucks at reading between the lines. I have a feeling that a women's studies professor's job doesn't include inciting conflict between the sexes so clearly she is a terrible professor.
Neat. That doesn't explain *why* I would want to emulate that example. Letting yourself get taken advantage of or forcing yourself to be a doormat isn't moral, it's stupid.
I guess... lol
Sure, I agree with pretty much everything you wrote there. Commonness is indeed not rightness. I mention "common beliefs" because the argument in this OP is that religious experiences should be disregarded because such experiences lead to beliefs that are inconsistent amongst individuals, cultures, etc. My point is that there are beliefs associated with these experiences that are fairly common/consistent.
Well, there is that.
I don't think that my religious beliefs end my search for truth. But where religious beliefs have done this, I agree it is a bad thing.
The only result will be that rich people will have their abortion in England and poor people will be forced to do illegal and dangerous ones in Ireland.
Lol all Americans are not benefitting from it. They just passed the biggest tax cut in history and most people aren?t seeing a difference especially with these soaring gas prices. And don?t tell me about lies when you support mr ?nobody associated with my campaign had any contact with Russia?. How exactly did that statement turn out?
As kids, definitely.. I miss Discovery Zone.