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  • I'm outa here

    Cybermagellan wrote:
    OK, I'm tired of all the political BS, all the religious BS, and other junk. Between work, and what me and a friend are working on I really can't dedicate the time to fish through BS post here.

    I wish the C9 team the best and everyone here. If anyone wants to get ahold of me just email me...


    Yep... I decided the same thing yesterday...

     - Too much political crap from clueless teenagers/students
     - Too much moronic diatribe from religious zealots
     - Too many open-source trolls (I'm sure blatz is back already).
     - Too easily side-tracked by the above.
     - Too little useful content to justify the above.

    There are plenty of forums... time for me to find a new one.

    Cheers.

  • Words with Double Meanings

    alwaysmc2 wrote:
    

    Wait, where did this thread turn bad?
    Hmm...
    Read and read?  Present or past tense?  Who’s to know?
    Present or present? A tense or a state of being?  Who’s to know?
    Who’s or whose?  A contraction for “who is” or a showing of ownership?



    Historic and Histrionic.

  • Words with Double Meanings

    jsampsonPC wrote:
    Nice rebuttal! Here's something you might find relevant to your approach:

    Proverbs 29:20
    Seest thou a man that is hasty in his words? there is more hope of a fool than of him.



    Take your proverb and stick it where the sun don't shine...

    Single meaning enough for you ??

  • Words with Double Meanings

    jsampsonPC wrote:
    
    spoofnozzle wrote:
    jsampsonPC wrote: Actually, 16 men were camping the respawn point, to be true to history.


    History ?? ... perhaps you mean... "the story".

    Here's a hint for you, Pilate was a real man who really sentenced Christ to death. Pilate kept real records of real trials which really took place. These records were really kept and stored throughout history. Today, copies of these real records which really existed are available to historians.

    You want to call it a story? Then Pilate is simply a story too - he's responsible for promoting this 'story' too.


    Pi$$ off you idiot.

  • Settling the religous debates once and for all

    Welcome to the Matrix...

  • Settling the religous debates once and for all

    HumanCompiler wrote:
    
    rjdohnert wrote: Couldnt have happened to a better person.

    Jesus Christ:  Biggest Fraud the world has ever known.


    Yes, just like I can't prove without a doubt that he existed, you can prove that he didn't exist? 


    I guess you'd better hope you can't too... otherwise there goes the whole "faith" thing... LOL.

  • Words with Double Meanings

    jsampsonPC wrote:
    Actually, 16 men were camping the respawn point, to be true to history.


    History ?? ... perhaps you mean... "the story".

  • Asteroid to make close encounter with Earth

    littleguru wrote:
    Passing by != Hitting


    ...so long as who ever did the calcs, also passed their maths exams...

    I still wonder about what went through the minds of the guys at the "Bravo" H-Bomb test, all those years ago... when an expected 5Mton test turned into a 15MTon test... 'cos someone forgot to carry the one (metaphorically speaking)....   Oooooopps! Expressionless

  • Hi Ho It's Off to WWIII We Go

    AdityaG wrote:
    (P.S. I am a hindu. We don't really give a sh_t )


    ...Kashmir excepted, of course.

  • SideBar for Windows XP

    Other than the supposed 'cool' factor (which I simply do not get) I am yet to see a compelling argument that justifies the sidebar.

    And as for the clock... save me...