|09-08-2011, 04:00 PM||#11|
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Re: Jesus, not the first
So HR condemns name calling in the same post he plays "you listed six and before you told me five, you must be dumb" and uses the Old Testament as credible proof of someone.
Just wow, dude. If you trolling or playing some game, please stop. Your stupidity in this conversation hurts. Save whatever little face you have left and just stop. (Probably best to recommend that the rest of us stop, too.)
@ Kael - really? Michiganders? That is terrible. I felt Michiganner sounded better. Still, Michigan pretty much sucks. However, I an Ontarian. Kinda sounds like an alien race in Mass Effect.
@ Kluang - I wasn't referring to scientology, though Kael came in with that humour, because those guys are just as crazy as anything HR is putting out. I was referring to the theories of galactic seeding, where during the early years of earth formation (roughly 4 billion years ago), impacts of comets and other celestrial materials, perhaps even from defunct solar systems older than ours, led to the seeding of the Earth with the necessities of life - water, basic amino acids and nucleic acids. Some people go as far to say this was intelligently done by ancient alien races or that there is even alien influence, but I prefer the just random chance theory, as weak as that sounds. To think that we live on a planet that is at the perfect distance from the sun to even support our form of life is pretty random chance as it is.
A simple souvenir of someone's kill
And like the sea
I'm constantly changing from calm to ill
Madness fills my heart and soul as if the great divide could swallow me whole
oh, how I'm breaking down
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