Literally, or figuratively? This switching between metaphor and literal readings that
She brought her cool drinks and sat opposite to me and I could see her cheeks were shining as she was blushing like a rose. He was messing with a girl named Chenal.
"Fuck me gitl said Ace who was now by the pain. I drove to her house and knocked on the front door to her little sister, Allison. "The fucking Liluth is really fucked isn't she," After some ten minutes of subjection to this treatment, David finally threw the switch.
" She said, with the phone still to her ear. Her silky, black hair was gathered in an intricate bun and held in place by her favorite comb, the alabaster one her father had given her. We can come back and visit with her later this evening.
Awww, I thought that the first paragraph was better than the second ;)
Yes it was a policy to start enforcing the law at 100%. The law said it is a crime to cross the border. The law allows people to be detained until their trial. So what part of the law do you think wasn't being followed?
It's not been easy, I'll tell you that.
One word... entitlement. People feel entitled and want things to go their way. When it does not, those who have violent dispositions or mental illness result to acts of violence.
How very... Abrahamaic of you. I am referring specifically to that sacrifice of his son episode.
He brought in on himself with a very public refusal to pay and a contemptuous attitude towards the law.
Why do they get a whole month, when all the Presidents combined get one day? WTF???
Yep. The "serpent" or angel, created by God to do this job, went in to manifest the choice situation.
Sure! Happy to! I will do it first thing my tomorrow morning!
Yes. But at the time of Jesus they were a subject Kingdom under Herod (thus the weirdness surrounding Jesus' trial--Herod's reign was propped up by Roman soldiers. Jews gave Caesar tribute: not taxes). Once they rebelled, the Romans murdered them en masse, levelled their cities, and destroyed their treasures.
Linda, there's no hope with that guy. He lives to piss people off. He's unworthy of our responses.
As much as it makes my invisible seven-toed sloth less real than a pebble. Now, spare us your garbage.
I heard it. I felt terrible for her.
Yes. The credit score isn't about whether you are wise with your money. Sadly it's about how much the banking industry can make off of you with little risk.
Southernstar said: "I think all of us can have a tendency in one way or the other at any given time".
Doesn't jibe with anything he really did though.
BINGO! Yard Sale Barbie!
That's a pretty clear violation of the rules, don't you think?
The guy that lives in a shack yet has new cars and flat screens.
U said yourself that you don't go often, they won't care if they lose your business
You can make up the fantasy that no one, including yourself, has a subjective inner life with all its qualia. Which would make everyone a zombie. If we have an inner life, we also have inner experiences that do not derive from external sources mediated by the senses. However, you seem to be claiming that you have never had such an experience. Which is a sketchy claim to begin with.
Good thing the Cavs fouled Livingston; he recognized the TRIPLE team and knew who was open.
I like your second paragraph thesis as a point for discussion. Will bring it up in a future "alternate history" post. (Gotta get past the Muslims first.)
Excellent Adam...way to hunt down that truth
that's fine. that's your preference. i have no desire to extend the human beings' reign on earth, and so i won't be helping you.
An adopted name doesn't give reason to drive out Israeli's from there homes. Arab's used a regional name to occupy it.
How many of those prophecies was God directly involved in to make happen when they happened in the future?