Lynn v. Sekulow

Lynn v. Sekulow


Jay, You’ve Missed the Mark

posted by Rev. Barry W. Lynn

Jay,
 

Like
Supreme Court Justices Alito, Scalia, Roberts and Thomas, you have
characterized this case all wrong. You write that the majority’s decision is
flawed because it has denied the Christian Legal Society (CLS) its fundamental right
to religious freedom and freedom of speech. You said that CLS and other student
groups at Hastings College of the Law should be able to “define their own
mission, select their own leaders, and determine their own membership
criteria.”

To
be clear, this case was never about whether student groups that discriminate
can exist. Of course they can. But if they want to exercise their right to
discriminate, they cannot turn around and expect to be funded by a public
university that has a clear policy against subsidizing bias. The question
presented in this case wasn’t whether groups like CLS can exist, but whether
they can demand public funding while still discriminating. The court’s majority
said absolutely not.

As
Justice Stevens wrote in his concurring opinion, “[G]roups may exclude or
mistreat Jews, blacks, and women – or those who do not share their contempt for
Jews, blacks, and women. A free society must tolerate such groups. It need not
subsidize them, give them its official imprimatur, or grant them equal access
to law school facilities.”

He
couldn’t be more right.


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Your Name

posted July 8, 2010 at 4:15 pm


We all miss the mark….
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Todd S.

posted July 8, 2010 at 5:06 pm


Of course he misses the mark. That’s the only way they can sound reasonable. If you say that such-and-such group is being denied the right to exist or choose it’s members then that sounds like an open and shut case in favor of the group. However, as soon as you say, they are demanding government money and it’s a Muslim or atheist group then all of a sudden they have a problem.
ANY group that discriminates, regardless of what their religious or political ideology is, does not deserve to be funded by any government (i.e., the tax payers).



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Your Name

posted July 8, 2010 at 5:37 pm


I believe that government funds are not a religious belief, end of story…
We would not want to fund murderers would we?
So why are they funding them now? hence abortion….
Of course their are moral issues which are voted on to decide when and if they should be in this country….It is not my fault that a majority of people haven’t figured out what is wrong and what is right…..cc



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Your Name

posted July 8, 2010 at 5:37 pm


their-there
Sorry nobody is perfect…….!!!!!!cc



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Mr. Incredible

posted July 8, 2010 at 6:58 pm


In a related matter, thank you, Jay, for ACLJ’s getting involved in fighting the intrusion of the federal government into the sovereignty of the great State of Arizona.
Immigration rule-making is under the authority of the federal government. That doesn’t make law enforcement the sole jurisdiction of the federal government. Law enforcement is the jurisdiction of all law enforcement.
If anybody feels sorry for the 500,000 illegal immigrants in Arizona, please invite them all to your own state and, then, see how you feel.



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Mr. Incredible

posted July 8, 2010 at 7:09 pm


cc says:
We all miss the mark….
Mr. Incredible says:
What mark?
In unrighteousness, we do. In Righteousness, we don’t. Christ came to tell us how not to miss the mark. His Righteousness, communicated to those who receive Him, focuses those who are born again on hitting the mark.



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Mr. Incredible

posted July 8, 2010 at 7:24 pm


If we all miss he mark, what makes those who are born again sanctified by God? Does He wanna hang with those who miss the mark?
Is missing the mark the same as not winning the crown? Paul says we can win the crown?
Jus’ aksin’…



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Gwyddion9

posted July 8, 2010 at 8:43 pm


Rev. Lynn is quite right. Any group can discriminate if they choose to do so what they CAN NOT do is take local and federal money to do so.
I’m sure if they want to get money from a place that promotes discrimination, they should look to conservative groups or churches or even Jay’s Americans United for Separation of Church and State.
It’s ok to discriminate if you tag the statement of Jesus said to anything. Justification, thy name is conservative Christians.



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Mr. Incredible

posted July 8, 2010 at 11:08 pm


Gwyddion9 says:
Any group can discriminate if they choose to do so what they CAN NOT do is take local and federal money to do so.
Mr. Incredible says:
You get public money in one degree, or another, through tax breaks, refunds, or, maybe, welfare, and, yet, even in these pages, to some degree, you discriminate.



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Rich

posted July 8, 2010 at 11:26 pm


I see that Mr. Sekulow has finally figured out that he sucks at the whole church/state separation lawsuit thing and has decided to jump ship temporarily and build up some street creds with the TEA party folks. Those refugees from the John Birch era are confused enough that they will welcome him with open arms.



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Mr. Incredible

posted July 8, 2010 at 11:39 pm


Gwyddion9 says:
Any group can discriminate if they choose to do so what they CAN NOT do is take local and federal money to do so.
Mr. Incredible says:
CLS was not paid to discriminate.



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Mr. Incredible

posted July 8, 2010 at 11:48 pm


Rich says:
I see that Mr. Sekulow has finally figured out that he sucks at the whole church/state separation lawsuit thing…
Mr. Incredible translates:

“It’s just that Mr. Sekulow has failed to come around to my way of thinking.”

Rich says:
…and has decided to jump ship temporarily and build up some street creds with the TEA party folks.
Mr. Incredible says:
Which is entirely okay.
Rich says:
Those refugees from the John Birch era are confused enough that they will welcome him with open arms.
Mr. Incredible says:
You keep thinking that.



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the mexican.

posted July 9, 2010 at 2:14 am


Mr, seculaw you suck I had some respect for you in the past but know I don’t you are a begot a racist what is a rassian person imigrant yourself discriminating agaist all imigrants,that includes the legal and born here is against all the brown people if you look mexican the arizona police have harrased all brown people always they stop people for no reason at all and they ask for the papers that is racial profiling how do you know who is legal and who is not you begot!!! I hope you loose I will pray to God you loose you are just a loud mouth, Also I don’t anderstand how the supper bully joe arpallo gets away with all the bulling taking out all the hard working parents who are the only support of the house, what do you guys say to all the fatherless children who cry themlelves to sleep because you deported their parents



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Mr Incfredible

posted July 9, 2010 at 4:02 am


The Arizona law that goes into effect in just under twenty days, if my calculation is correct, follows federal law — that is, there must be a lawful stop, detention, or arrest first. That’s in Section II, subsection B of 1070. As with ANY stop, detention, or arrest, under ANY law, the investigation begins there, and it may include questions about residency, just as with ANY other stop, detention, or arrest.
As with any law requiring a stop, detention, or arrest, there are opportunities for officers to abuse their discretion and profile. The opportunity to profile is not particular to this law.
The Constitution gives the federal Legislative the jurisdiction to make rules regarding immigration. That does not include making the federal government the sole enforcer of immigration law. Enforcement of law is the jurisdicition of all law enforcement.
Arizona is not making immigration rules. It will find and arrest lawbreakers, as is its Right. The feds can participate, but the Obammy Administration refuses to do its job other than to post signs that people should not go through certain areas of the southern part of the state. So, we are left to protect Arizona and its citizens, and that’s what we’re gonna do, and I don’t care whether Mexico likes it, or not. Mexico needs to do its job, too.



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Mr. Incredible

posted July 9, 2010 at 4:03 am


Mr Incfredible —> Mr. Incredible



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Mr. Incredible

posted July 9, 2010 at 4:11 am


the mexican says:
…I don’t anderstand how the supper bully joe arpallo gets away with all the bulling taking out all the hard working parents who are the only support of the house…
Mr. Incredible says:
You don’t understand it, huh. You don’t understand that the parents who are here illegally are here, well, illegally — that is, THEY BROKE THE LAW. Mexico has one-a the most diffcult immigration laws on Earth, and, if I went to Mexico — I go no urge to do so cuz it’s a pit — I would have to prove that I am not illegal. There’s no presumption of innocence in Mexico, and I’d be profiled.
There is overfwhelming support in Arizona and across the nation for the Arizona law that — ATTENTION ILLEGALS IN ARIZONA! — becomes effective in fewer than 20 days. If illegals in Arizona are not stopped on probable cause, officers may not stop them at all. That’s the law and always has been the law.
Read more: http://blog.beliefnet.com/lynnvsekulow/2010/07/jay-youve-missed-the-mark.html#ixzz0tAcbHeKL



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Mr. Incredible

posted July 9, 2010 at 4:50 am


We are gonna do, in Arizona, what should’ve been done long ago. We are gonna do, in Arizona, our part of enforcing the law PLUS the part that the feds should be doing. We’ll do our job and their job, but we’re gonna do the job. We don’t care what the illegals think. We don’t care what Mexico thinks. We don’t care what Liberals think.
The illegals coming into this country bring drugs and violence, escorted by armed, Mexican gang members. These gangs have also set up forward, illegal-traffic controllers, observers and reconnaissance a top the hills of southern Arizona, including southern Maricopa County. They may even be in the hills around Phoenix by now.
These criminals are shooting at people and law enforcement, killing ranchers, trespassing on and stealing private property. The drugs and violence they bring corrupt our way of life.
PRAISE GOD FOR GOVERNOR JAN BREWER AND MARICOPA COUNTY SHERIFF JOE ARPAIO!
The governor of the State of Arizona commands the Arizona National Guard. I wish she would order the Guard to the international border, with orders to defend themselves and citizens, and do everything they can to stop the invasion.



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Mr. Incredible

posted July 9, 2010 at 4:57 am


the mexican says:
…what do you guys say to all the fatherless children who cry themlelves to sleep because you deported their parents
Mr. Incredible says:
I tell them that they will have-ta go with their parents back to Mexico. If their parents are responsible, they will keep their children with them. In any case, the parents are responsible for bringing this tragedy upon the children. Don’t try to make people like me responsible cuz we’re not.



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Ordinary_Woman_Too

posted July 9, 2010 at 11:27 am


I think everyone involved so far, legally, has jumped the gun on this for political reasons. Since 9/11 the border has had millions more tax dollars put into it, more guards, and crossings have dropped from 600,000 a year to under 200,000 a year. So, it truly has been getting better, like Obama said while giving initial credit to Bush. We do need reforms, and if everyone will work on pushing that, rather then using donated dollars for Jay, or tax dollars from us, then all this would stop. All the major cities down there have had their police chiefs polled, and they do not want to enforce the new Arizona law; and since it is on their shoulders, I think they should be listened to.



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Your Name

posted July 9, 2010 at 4:46 pm


Hey Mr. Incredible-
Well what I meant by missing the mark is that we as humans have a sinful nature…, to say otherwise it a lie… Meaning we all fall short of the mark, some more then others and others miss the mark all the time…
As for what Mark?
There were the Mark’s from my past, when I was very young… One I thought I was supposed to be with, and then found out that he liked the ladies a bit too much…., so I let him go….
Then there was the next Mark who of course was kind in the beginning adoring me and taking care of me, like all good boyfriends do… The relationship turned sour. He cheated and became abusive. Eventually I found somebody else who would treat me better and I moved on.. It was too bad though, I really did care for the first Mark and the second I thought truely loved me, of course the alcohol got the best of him and I didn’t like the cheating…
Then of course there was the third Mark who I met through a girlfriend, he was her friend and then boyfriend and then friend again… I couldn’t figure it out, I liked him right off the bat, he liked antiques and he wore jeans and T’s and had cool shoes…. Of course I was not going to step on my girlfriends toes if she truely was supposed to be with him… So, I proceeded to hang out with some other people and confide in another friend what I was feeling… Meanwhile my X husband decided to try and take me back to court to try and get more custody of the kids… I fell apart… I almost fealt as if I couldn’t drive to the court house… I called Mark who was an attorney and help give me directions to the court house and walked me through the proceedings outside the court, so I didn’t fall apart… I met him once outside of his work and was too attracted to him for him to be an attorney/ client relationship, of which I told him and asked him if he wanted something different between us, to make it clear to my friend.. Hearing how she had told me that she was trying to meet somebody and she was not attracted to him like that anymore… Time went by and the court case had become sticky, having to drudge all of the stuff up from the past and sling mudd, just was not my style… Besides, he left me and I truely didn’t want to see him anymore, if he and his new sqeeze were trying to take my children away… I found it to be completely offensive…. and degrading…
So Mark got to know some of my friends and try and get his take on the story…. My friend that I confided in seemed to get real wierd on the phone and I found there to be something fishy about how she talked to me. In any event I wanted the best for her… I found out later that she put her moves on Mark and that was the reason for her nature… For whatever reason, he liked her a bit or had some little fringe benefit out of the deal, if you know what I mean… That hurt and I didn’t even know how my other friend fealt about the relationship.. So, I kept going to church and gave a testimony, and became really sick with some bronchial infection of some sort… I became weak really quickly, but it was memorial day and my friend invited me to church so I went…
I didn’t know that she would be in the front row, and that day the church would be filled with thousands of people… Nor did I expect to give my testamony that day. Nor did I expect to pass out , nor did I expect to be brought in fron of a church in such a fashion….
I later found out exactly what had happened to me after months of therapy and the like…. Mark was involved with other people and it hurt me I didn’t know what to expect…, so I tried to move on and make the best of it… It just seemed liked I never met anybody that was going to treat me special with honesty and faithfulness, which I deserved…. So I needed a bit more time to figure it all out… He still seemed to be involved with other people and I don’t know exactly what he thought of me, for there was always somebody in front of my face who seemed to have had something going on or in the past with him… I don’t know I just didn’t want to feel anymore pain…
And yes I know another Mark who is a minister, who is smart and kind and lives in another state…
And of course there is Kelly’s husband Mark who is really funny….
They are great together…..cc



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Your Name

posted July 9, 2010 at 5:26 pm


As for the past…
The past is the past…
You can learn from your mistakes in the past, and not make them again….
Isn’t that the point of reflection….
So you don’t do the stupid thing again, and you learn how to do the right things again and again and again..
And you look to the past maybe for a fond memory or think to yourself that it could be better…
Of course if you were the one, where are you know, you wouldn’t be trying to prove to yourself that one is the one or not… , you would have been with me, trying to prove that you were the one…
If you are going to learn a lesson, learn this one… , a girl doesn’t like to be chosen second to someone else…or, she doesn’t like to be chosen after you’re a little tired from all that sweat you’ve worked up trying to make a little deal between the sheets…
She wants to be treated like she is the first and the last one that you would ever want…, and so she is…cc
End of story…..
That is the point…..cc



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Your Name

posted July 9, 2010 at 5:27 pm


know-now
Sorry again…..perfection is not I……cc



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Your Name

posted July 9, 2010 at 5:47 pm


And to Johnny…
Well, pictures say a thousand words, and lack of pictures also say a thousand words…
And actions say a million words…
So, the only thing that I had been shown to be or not to be, only that there was always another..
And when I thought that there was not another…, then you clearly showed me quickly there could be another…
So when the heart becomes so burdensome of all the train wrecks and the holes become so deep you look for a way to repair, to try and put your own heart back together….so, just maybe it could be a part of another again, instead of no return from the bottumless pit of despair.
No meant, that I didn’t want somebody to show up with all the ladies of the past sheet days or be degraded as if you could walk out that door one more time….as if it didn’t really matter……….cc
So black pearl or not, I would wrather be something, then nothing of substance in a movie where I was just another notch on a bedroom wall…….
I like marriage, I like the safety, I like the commitment, I like the I will always be here for you no matter what, and no matter what happens, I will love the good, the bad and the ugly…. That is what marriage means to me…. Kind gestures to make a family close nit..
Breakfast, movies, waking up all curled up in a coffee stained robe and knowing that, that person gives a damn to make a go of it for the rest of your life……cc



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Mr. Incredible

posted July 9, 2010 at 5:49 pm


Ordinary_Woman_Too says:
I think everyone involved so far, legally, has jumped the gun on this…
Mr. Incredible says:
Arizona has 500,000 illegal aliens. We’ve been patient. Patient enough. No one has infinite patience. The time has come to act. Just over 19 days t’go, illegals!
Ordinary_Woman_Too says:
…for political reasons.
Mr. Incredible says:
It can’t be reality??? It MUST be based on politics???
In fact, it’s based on the Constitution and a matter of law-enforcement. It has nothing to do with politics, except that the Obammy Administration wants not to offend the Hispanic population cuz an election is right around the corner, and it knows that stupid Democrats are in trouble big time.
Ordinary_Woman_Too says:
Since 9/11 the border has had millions more tax dollars put into it…
Mr. Incredible says:
Maybe so.
Ordinary_Woman_Too says:
…more guards…
Mr. Incredible says:
May be so, but what enforcement powers do they have?
Ordinary_Woman_Too says:
…and crossings have dropped from 600,000 a year to under 200,000 a year.
Mr. Incredible says:
Why? Cuz-a the anti-illegal immigrant atmosphere in Arizona.
Ordinary_Woman_Too says:
So, it truly has been getting better…
Mr. Incredible says:
From a numbers perspective, it appears so. However, those numbers can be deceiving. They are.
Ordinary_Woman_Too says:
… like Obama said while giving initial credit to Bush.
Mr. Incredible says:
Irrelevant.
Ordinary_Woman_Too says:
We do need reforms…
Mr. Incredible says:
We needed them yesterday. While we wait for the feds to act, we will act. We will take up their slack until reform — not amnesty — is in place. NO AMNESTY!
Ordinary_Woman_Too says:
…and if everyone will work on pushing that…
Mr. Incredible says:
We tried that. It didn’t work. Until it works, we’re gonna do this. Arizona is the state MOST affected. Since it’s clear that the feds won’t act to protect us, we are required to act. Just over nineteen days t’go!
Ordinary_Woman_Too says:
… rather then using donated dollars for Jay…
Mr. Incredible says:
ACLJ has filed a friend of the court brief. I’m happy. ACLJ can use the donations to do the right thing.
Ordinary_Woman_Too says:
…or tax dollars from us…
Mr. Incredible says:
If you want tax dollars not to be used, in November, vote for somebody who is against tax dollars being used. See whether that works.
Ordinary_Woman_Too says:
… then all this would stop.
Mr. Incredible says:
Nothing, so far, has worked. It’s time to try something else. Doing something is better than doing nothing. Arizona is doing something. If somebody disagrees with it, that’s too bad.
Ordinary_Woman_Too says:
All the major cities down there have had their police chiefs polled, and they do not want to enforce the new Arizona law…
Mr. Incredible says:
We don’t care what THEY want. Their jobs are to enforce the law. Their personal opinions are irrelevant.
Ordinary_Woman_Too says:
…and since it is on their shoulders, I think they should be listened to.
Mr. Incredible says:
We listened to the opposition. We’ve thought about what the opposition says. Then, we rejected what they say. The chance to be heard was in the legislature, when legislative members debated the bill. It was thoroughly debated. Now, that’s it. Nineteen days t’go!



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Mr. Incredible

posted July 9, 2010 at 6:01 pm


cc says:
Hey Mr. Incredible-
Mr. Incredible says:
Yyyo!
cc says:
Well what I meant by missing the mark is that we as humans have a sinful nature…
Mr. Incredible says:
I agree.
All of us are conceived in iniquity and born in sin. That’s why we must be born again. If we are not, the sin nature controls us.
The sin nature makes iniquity feel natural. After all, we’re born with a sin nature. For example, those who claim to be homosexual also claim that homosexuality is natural. However, it arises from the sin nature which merely feels natural. It’s no wonder, then.
cc says:
… we all fall short of the mark, some more then others and others miss the mark all the time…
Mr. Incredible says:
If we say that we have been saved by God, through Christ, that we are Righteous in Christ, we don’t confess that we miss the mark; to confess so is to say that the Righteousness in Christ hasn’t done its job.
In fact, cc, we fall short in unrighteousness. We are as filthy rags trying to clean up the world, but smearing it up instead. Christ makes us Righteous, heals the scars.



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Mr. Incredible

posted July 9, 2010 at 6:17 pm


cc says:
And to Johnny…
Well, pictures say a thousand words, and lack of pictures also say a thousand words…
And actions say a million words…
Mr. Incredible says:
In the beginning, was the Word. God spoke, and Creation was manifested.
Jesus says, “My words, they are spirit.”
If His words are spirit, the Devil’s words are spirit, too. 1 John 4:1 says that we are to try the spirits, to see whether they are of God. This is why we must be careful of the words we use and the words we receive. Reference Proverbs 18:20-21, as one example. Faith comes by hearing [Romans 10:17], even our own words, and these spirits, if they are received by the heart, become the abundance of our hearts; out the abundance of our hearts, the mouth speaks [Matthew 12:34], and so on. If we walk by faith, we must know which faith that is. We examine our words and others’ words in order to discern. If the words align with the Word of God, we are in our own/His lane. If the Devil suggests and we receive words that do not align with the Word of God, we drive outta our/His lane.
So, in order to examine our thinking, we must examine our words, in order to determine which spirits we’ve received into our hearts, and which spirits, out that abundance, we are speaking.



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Mr. Incredible

posted July 9, 2010 at 6:24 pm


cc says:
I like marriage, I like the safety, I like the commitment, I like the I will always be here for you no matter what, and no matter what happens, I will love the good, the bad and the ugly…. That is what marriage means to me…. Kind gestures to make a family close nit..
Breakfast, movies, waking up all curled up in a coffee stained robe and knowing that, that person gives a damn to make a go of it for the rest of your life…
Mr. Incredible says:
That is the most healthy, Godly way of looking at it. It’s not the way the world looks at it, but that’s too bad; we are in the world, not of it. The world doesn’t make us. The world will not save us. You can trust God, through Christ, not the world.



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DSJulian

posted July 9, 2010 at 6:50 pm


Getting back to the topic at hand…
This case was never about allowing the CLS to exist — or even Free Speech. This case was and is about funding. All the other recognized groups came into compliance with the nondiscrimination (that’s not nondiscriminating, Mr. Not-So-Incredible) policy of the university. So the CLS sued for the right to be bigoted and assholier-than-thou and get paid by the university to do it. When the Supreme Court is so tilted to the right (7 appointed by Republican conservative Presidents, 2 by Democratic liberal Presidents) and you can’t get even your usual 5/4 split, then it should be obvious that your position is way out in space…



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Mr. Incredible

posted July 9, 2010 at 7:04 pm


DSJulian says:
This case was and is about funding.
Mr. Incredible says:
As a way to disable the Free Speech of Christian groups on campus.
DSJulian says:
All the other recognized groups…
Mr. Incredible says:
The difference being so-called “religion” is the subject — the FIRST subject — of the First Amendment. Cutting off the money discriminates against Christian groups on campus only cuz they are Christian.
DSJulian says:
… came into compliance with the nondiscrimination (that’s not nondiscriminating, Mr. Not-So-Incredible) policy of the university.
Mr. Incredible says:
Except that the Christian group is not like other groups. The Christian group operates on campus according to the First Amendment. So-called “religion” is the first subject of the First Amendment. The other groups operate under the conditions following that.
Therefore, the subject the Christian groups to the same standard as the other groups is discrimination, based on so-called “religion.”
DSJulian says:
So the CLS sued for the right to be bigoted and assholier-than-thou and get paid by the university to do it.
Mr. Incredible says:
The group did not receive money to discriminate. It received money to operate as other groups. They did, except as they are characterized by the First Amendment.
DSJulian says:
When the Supreme Court is so tilted to the right (7 appointed by Republican conservative Presidents, 2 by Democratic liberal Presidents)…
Mr. Incredible says:
And all according to the Constitution and the Senate. It’s better that they are Right than Left.
DSJulian says:
… and you can’t get even your usual 5/4 split, then it should be obvious that your position is way out in space..
Mr. Incredible says:
It shows merely that one person on the Court is deceived by, perhaps, a sliver of a trace of a thought into voting the wrong way. This is the kind of thing that happened in November, ’08, when stupid people believed Obammy and elected him. [All that’s gonna change, starting this coming November, when we make the first correction to that election, then, in November, ’12, when we make further correction.]



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Mr. Incredible

posted July 9, 2010 at 7:16 pm


DSJulian says:
Getting back to the topic at hand…
Mr. Incredible says:
The “topic” of CLS IS related to immigration.



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HG

posted July 10, 2010 at 12:35 am


DSJulian: “So the CLS sued for the right to be bigoted and assholier-than-thou and get paid by the university to do it. When the Supreme Court is so tilted to the right… and you can’t get even your usual 5/4 split, then it should be obvious that your position is way out in space…”
Of course it’s obvious; but anyone who can conjure a personal relationship with the Almighty Supernatural Spirit can easily conjure images sufficiently grandiose to justify getting paid for a policy of discrimination. Obvious, except to those who are carrying out the given word of the A.S.S, who commands they must discriminate and, apparently, that they should be paid for it. Gotta give ‘em an A+ for hutzpah. If they show the same hutzpah when selecting a presidential candidate, and pick Sarah Palin for example, the republicans won’t stand a chance, and Obama will cruise to a second term.



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The Arisonan

posted July 10, 2010 at 1:50 am


Mr, incredible Don’t you have a job? How can you confess you like God and you are such a bigot a big one by the way, question were you in jail and you were raped by a mexican why do you hate them so much? you bigot!!? If you love God you love your enemies if you don’t forgive your enemies God wont forgive u think obout that bigot!!! And stop bieng such a nasty bigot go to church or something love people you write so much nonesense ok bigot you write so much be more espesific…



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Mr. Incredible

posted July 10, 2010 at 3:23 am


The Arisonan says:
July 10, 2010 1:50 AM
Mr, incredible Don’t you have a job?
Mr. Incredible says:
Yes.
The Arisonan says:
How can you confess you like God…
Mr. Incredible says:
As the Word of God says, “with the mouth.”
The Arisonan says:
… and you are such a bigot…
Mr. Incredible asks:
In what way?
The Arisonan says:
… a big one by the way…
Mr. Incredible says:
Ooooo, not JUST a bigot, but BIG one. Gee.
The Arisonan says:
question were you in jail…
Mr. Incredible says:
Never.
The Arisonan says:
… and you were raped by a mexican…
Mr. Incredible says:
Oh, so, now YOU’RE stereotyping/profiling Mexicans?
The Arisonan says:
…why do you hate them so much?
Mr. Incredible says:
I don’t. Why do they hate us so much that they break our laws by carrying drugs into our country, protected by armed gang members who shoot ranchers and fire at deputies and set up forward drug-traffic controllers, observers and reconnaissance?
The Arisonan says:
you bigot!!?
Mr. Incredible asks:
Are you asking me?
The Arisonan says:
If you love God you love your enemies…
Mr. Incredible says:
Biblically, HOW am I supposed to love my enemies? Let them do what they want without saying nary a thing about it?
The Arisonan says:
if you don’t forgive your enemies God wont forgive u…
Mr. Incredible says:
The purpose of forgiveness is so that a person won’t have resentments that hinder the relationship with God. The purpose of forgiveness is not too enable the one forgiven. So, it’s not my job to make it easier for those who are here illegally. Fewer than nineteen days to go!
The Arisonan says:
Think obout bigot!!!
Mr. Incredible says:
I have thought about “bigot,” and it doesn’t apply to me. The word “bigot” is used so much that doesn’t mean anything anymore.
The Arisonan says:
And stop bieng [sic] such a nasty bigot…
Mr. Incredible breaks that code:

“If you don’t agree with me, you’re not just a bigot, but a nasty bigot which is worse than the bigot I called you before!”

The Arisonan says:
go to church or something…
Mr. Incredible asks:
Which one? Church, or something?
The Arisonan says:
love people…
Mr. Incredible says:
I do. By the way, biblically, what does “love” mean? Give us some wisdom.
The Arisonan says:
… you write so much nonesense [sic]…
Mr. Incredible says:
Just cuz you can’t understand what I write, doesn’t mean I write nonsense, or, as YOU say, “nonesense.”
The Arisonan says:
ok bigot…
Mr. Incredible asks:
So, I’m just a bigot now? Just a short time ago, you wrote that I am a “nasty bigot.” Which is it? Is a mere bigot better than being a nasty bigot??
The Arisonan says:
you write so much…
Mr. Incredible says:
It’s easier than any of you can ever know.
The Arisonan says:
be more espesific…
Mr. Incredible asks:
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posted July 10, 2010 at 3:30 am


HG says:
… anyone who can conjure a personal relationship with the Almighty Supernatural Spirit…
Mr. Incredible says:
Those who are born again don’t have-ta conjure up anything. All we have-ta do is receive Him. Scoffers don’t get it.
HG says:
… can easily conjure images sufficiently grandiose to justify getting paid for a policy of discrimination.
Mr. Incredible says:
The group doesn’t get paid to discriminate.
HG says:
If they show the same hutzpah when selecting a presidential candidate, and pick Sarah Palin for example, the republicans won’t stand a chance, and Obama will cruise to a second term.
Mr. Incredible says:
You keep thinkin’ that. The correction of what took place in November, ’08, begins this coming November. We make further correction in November, ’12.



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posted July 10, 2010 at 4:08 am


The Arisonan says:
Mr, incredible Don’t you have a job?
Mr. Incredible says:
If I didn’t have a job, could I sneak across the border into Mexico and work there??



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Rich

posted July 10, 2010 at 4:24 am


Mr. Incredible can’t answer a simple question such as:
Should everyone be required to pay for a club that not everyone can join?



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posted July 10, 2010 at 4:29 am


Rich says:
Should everyone be required to pay for a club that not everyone can join?
Mr. Incredible says:
Everyone CAN join. Nobody is stopping anyone from joining.



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posted July 10, 2010 at 4:33 am


I should say that those who do not subscribe to the views of the particular club are the ones who stop themselves from joining. That’s not the fault of the club. That’s the fault of those who disagree with the views of the club who, nevertheless, wanna join in order to create chaos. Cats among the pigeons.



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posted July 10, 2010 at 4:42 am


Groups hostile to CLS want to invade that group in order to cause disruption. Since these hostile people want not to obey the rules, they cannot be members of the club cuz they would disrupt the flow and direction of the club. So, they claim discrimination, that the club won’t accommodate them when, as in any social situation, the individual, or individuals, accommodate the group.



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posted July 10, 2010 at 4:45 am


So, nobody is stopping anyone from joining CLS but those who refuse the rules of the club.
What equality is there if some must follow the rules of the club while others are not required to follow the rules of the club? There is discrimination by those who want not to follow the rules, imposing their belief on those who follow the rules.



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posted July 10, 2010 at 4:49 am


Rich says:
Mr. Incredible can’t answer a simple question…
Mr. Incredible breaks that code:

“Mr. Incredible can’t answer sufficiently to please me.”



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posted July 10, 2010 at 10:13 am


Mr. I,
You continue to play the fool, quite good at it actually.
No, not everyone can join unless they swear to a religious oath. Now, that is okay for a private club that is not supported by the public. It is not okay for a public group.
And to be real honest about the whole thing, if you really think that the public should be required to support a private group that requires affirming adherence to discriminatory practices based upon race, religion, and sexual orientation then you really are the worst sort of human; a primitive and hateful religious zealot.



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posted July 10, 2010 at 12:20 pm


Here is an interesting tidbit that say quite a bit:
I spent the last week in New Orleans and yesterday afternoon my family and I caught a taxi to the airport, about a 30 minute drive. We were hot and tired from and really just wanted to relax on the ride out to catch our plane.
Our driver was a woman in her 50s, initially pleasant enough and we carried on a bit of pleasant chit chat. About halfway through the ride and out of nowhere she asked if we go to church. I said no and then she launched into a very rude and insensible lecture to us about how we need Jesus. When she asked why we didn’t go to church I told her simply that religion “doesn’t work for me” and left it at that. She then went on and on about how everyone needs to be a Baptist and how the Bible is the only things she reads. This rude and insensitive moronic witch just wouldn’t shut up about her mental illness.
Normally, I would have lowered the boom on this cretin but considering that I figured her for crazy at this point and capable of stranding us on the freeway, I just let all it all pass.
Now here is the thing for those of you out there who figure that we all need a dose of Jesus. Just STFU! Are you folks so stupid that figure grown adults haven’t thought about this stuff and made our own decisions? And, the last thing I need is advice on cosmology from someone who is proud of the fact that they only read one book.
I did give her the standard tip, it was likely not her fault that she has the disability of religion, I would guess that she was just congenitally stupid.



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posted July 10, 2010 at 12:35 pm


She probably started in on you because you probably by all indications were spewing hatred against Christians. You cant seem to discuss anything without hate speech directed our way. Thats how much you loathe Christians. I do not buy you could ever pleasently chit chat with anyone…without you bringing up religion in order to start bashing them,.



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posted July 10, 2010 at 1:58 pm


churchmouse,
Your comments are, like all things religious, based upon nothing. Having seen your inane comments before, I would never have expected anything different from you. Keep up the good work though, you are representing your cult quite well.



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posted July 10, 2010 at 2:55 pm


You do nothing but bash Christians. Your hatred is very visible and it obviously consumes all you do.



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posted July 10, 2010 at 4:48 pm


As for:
Rich
I don’t know about all your stuff….Whatever, I read more then the Bible….
Although I can understand when you do not want to talked to about the bible how that would be anoying…., not everybody believes or want to be lectured on the topic, especially fromt he individuals that proclaim to be Christians when they are in fact doing the exact opposite of what the bible says…., that is what I find to be so repulsive…., of course that is biblical as well….People acting as if with Bible in hand that somehow makes them holier then though…
The way I see it is God gives you free will to believe and for those who seek Him, he reveals himself to them…
Although I must confess that I have wanted God to reveal himself alittle more obvious at times. Although, I have seen him obviously reveal himself as well….
I’m sure at that 9/11 event the families were saying were is God in all of that mess? Of course that when you believe that God is the almighty and in control of everything, I have been extremely angry at God at times, thinking to myself if you really love us the way you proclaim in the bible, then why did you let that extremely painful thing happen to me, when I certainly was not ignoring you….end of story….cc
As for DSJulien…
You appear to be clinical and appear to be insensitive in nature by your blogs… I understand that you don’t want people to be discriminated against and I don’t believe in government religion funding as well…
So enough about that….
I just think trying to take charge when people are obviously hurting and trying to get the issues out, should not be dictated when and how by you….back to the subject you feel that we should be writing about and how….
As for Churchmouse;
AKA?
And ordinary women, whoever you are?
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posted July 10, 2010 at 4:58 pm


As for Johnny?
I don’t know if he is a Christian or not…I would not call him the devil though?
We all have a sinful nature, and those who are born again, well, Paul I believe called it the flesh to contend with… , we are more then a spirit….
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I don’t believe that Johnny wanted to hurt me. It just fealt like at times, look what the cat dragged in…. Mixed bit of emotions. I have learned one thing from him, when you really love somebody you don’t want to hurt them and you try and make up for the pain of it…, you don’t try and add a bunch of dragged up cats from the garbage pail to greet(which are obviously trying to ruin any type of intimacy of any form of relationship involvement between the two of you) for what, more pain….? think not…. So I find those dirty little girls to be quite unatractive regarless if you put them on a magazine cover, add or magazine or movie for that matter… Remeber, what I think, it is the intention of the heart…and just the fact that he would have done this or that and then proceeded to put them before me or sneek them around the corner behind my back shows the true colors of the nature…(selfishness)
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posted July 10, 2010 at 5:04 pm


Ow, I forgot, a couple of Marks…
Mark the actor
Mark the cop…
Just met them…and had a bit of a conversation with…
———–
What exactly did you mean Mark when you said that we are not doing that? And another thing why did you bring all your past rendezvous in back of me? what was that to do, to me? And why did you side with people who were intentionally trying to take something away from me, even if it was a job, time,….whatever….?
cc
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And your right Johnny, really bad eggs…, I just didn’t want to become one of them…..



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posted July 10, 2010 at 5:09 pm


Ow ya and for those girls who are gossiping behing my back to the fellow actors and what not of what size I am….
That would be between me and them, if I want to work with them and what size I am for the role,job, whatever… So, it is none of your business…cc



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posted July 10, 2010 at 5:10 pm


behind…..that is the point, behind my back….you are what you are……cc



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posted July 10, 2010 at 5:13 pm


Rich says:
Mr. I,
You continue to play the fool, quite good at it actually.
Mr. Incredible says:
Romans 8:1 [KJV]
Rich says:
No, not everyone can join…
Mr. Incredible says:
Yes, they can.
Rich says:
… unless they swear to a religious oath.
Mr. Incredible says:
It THEIR choice not to follow the rules. If they wanna join so bad, they must accommodate the club, not the club accommodate them. Try pulling your trick with an employer, trying to make the employer accommodate you, rather than you accommodating the employer.
Rich says:
Now, that is okay for a private club that is not supported by the public.
Mr. Incredible says:
The “public” may not tell citizens what to say, nor what to think, on public property, even if the citizens get public money. If the State is offended by the group, pull the money.
Rich says:
… if you really think that the public should be required to support a private group…
Mr. Incredible says:
Nobody is being forced to support the group.
Rich says:
… that requires affirming adherence to discriminatory practices based upon race, religion, and sexual orientation then you really are the worst sort of human; a primitive and hateful religious zealot.
Mr. Incredible says:
Romans 8:1 [KJV]



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posted July 10, 2010 at 5:16 pm


Rich says:
Mr. I, You continue to play the fool…
Mr. Incredible says:
You flatter me.



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posted July 10, 2010 at 5:23 pm


Rich says:
Mr. I, You continue to play the fool…
Mr. Incredible translates:

“You wouldn’t be a fool if you agreed with me.”



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Your Name

posted July 10, 2010 at 5:23 pm


Who are you Mr. Incredible….?
And Rich, what is a fool to you?
cc



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posted July 10, 2010 at 5:24 pm


Rich says:
Mr. I, You continue to play the fool…
Mr. Incredible says:
A fool for Christ! What a deal!



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posted July 10, 2010 at 5:25 pm


cc aks:
Who are you Mr. Incredible….?
Mr. Incredible aks:
I’m just little ol’ me. Why?



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posted July 10, 2010 at 5:29 pm


cc aks:
…Rich, what is a fool to you?
Mr. Incredible says:
A “fool,” to him, is one who doesn’t agree with him, whom he must berate for not agreeing with him. What he says, though, doesn’t impact me.



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posted July 10, 2010 at 5:54 pm


Ow yes, little ol’ me….
I have this strange feeling I know you from somewhere else….cc
Lakers great season, thanks for your pictures and your incredible skill of sportsmenship….
It sort of feels like Christmas when you make sure you get all the presents you can for everybody and then Christmas is over and you kind of crash… That’s what it fealt like at the end of the season when the last game came and went….. Any hoot thanks for the good old times….cc



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posted July 10, 2010 at 5:57 pm


Thanks Richard for trying to help out and Jack for your continuous support in this venture of life.., and for anybody and everybody that I did not mentioned who tried to help to stop the trains from crashing in my life….Thanks Lakers for being there…cc



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posted July 10, 2010 at 5:58 pm


mention….there I go again…one more imperfection for the boot…cc



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posted July 10, 2010 at 6:13 pm


cc says:
Ow yes, little ol’ me….
I have this strange feeling I know you from somewhere else….
Mr. Incredible says:
In real life, or in these blogs?
Maybe it’s just that what I write about Him speaks to your heart.



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posted July 10, 2010 at 6:14 pm


And one more thing…
Thanks for any type of law professonal, attorney or otherwise who lended their services to help with any matters pertaining to me…
I couldn’t have got through it without you….cc
I guess I should start hoping for the best right about now, I’m tired of the worst or the awful…., I am not saying that is my life right now…..cc



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posted July 10, 2010 at 6:18 pm


cc,
Do you hate getting texted messages that say only, “k”?



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posted July 10, 2010 at 6:24 pm


cc says:
I guess I should start hoping for the best right about now, I’m tired of the worst or the awful…
Mr. Incredible says:
You should’ve been in the Hope that is Christ all along. Confess the promises of God, through Christ. Don’t confess the “promises” of “the other one.” Don’t confess the curses. Stop rehearsing what is bad. The words that come out of your mouth and through your fingertips into the computer should be fully the promises of God, through Christ. It does you no good to confess the curses. It may feel good to feel sorry for yourself, but the past is full of curses. The perpetual present is full of His promises. He tells you not to look back. So, don’t look back!



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posted July 10, 2010 at 6:30 pm


cc,
Luke 24:17



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posted July 10, 2010 at 6:38 pm


Luke 24:17 — In other words, stop talking yourself into sadness! Stop letting others — stop giving license and authority to others — talk you into sadness! Let God, through Christ, talk you into the joy of His promises!



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posted July 10, 2010 at 7:03 pm


cc,
God told Moses to tell the children of Israel, “Go forward!”
He is telling you, “Go forward!” Stop goin’ backward! The promise is not in Egypt!
Stop relying on the past for the “comfort” of pain that feels almost natural. A long habit of living in pain gives it an almost “deserved” texture, that you SHOULD be in pain. God, through Christ, says that that couldn’t be further from the Truth — that is, His Truth.



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posted July 10, 2010 at 7:13 pm


cc aks:
Who are you Mr. Incredible….?
Mr. Incredible says:
I’m just little ol’ me.
Mr. Incredible asks:
Why?
cc says:
Ow yes, little ol’ me….
I have this strange feeling I know you from somewhere else….
Mr. Incredible says:
Well, I’m not a singer, actor, nor model.
I would like to do some acting; I think I understand it; I would be intense. I often wonder how I would play a part I’m watching.
I play air drums, air guitar, air bass and air quotes.



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posted July 10, 2010 at 7:20 pm


cc,
I don’t text. So, it doesn’t bother me when someone texts “k.” Even if I were a self-employed singer, actor, or model, “k” prob’ly wouldn’t bother me, ‘cept that I would have-ta take the time and effort to call it up and lookit it. “K” is small talk, and I don’t cotton too much t’small talk. I know it’s socially necessary, but I don’t like to do more of it than is necessary.



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posted July 10, 2010 at 7:25 pm


cc,
By the way, I’m pretty good at the “air quotes” thing, and I do pretty well at air guitar, air bass and air drums. So, if’n you know anybody who needs air quotes, air guitar, air bass, or air drums, I’m your guy for the gig.



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posted July 10, 2010 at 8:04 pm


churchmouse,
re: “You do nothing but bash Christians.”
Well, not exactly ‘nothing but’ but I do always try and get my recommended daily allowance.
You know, when you think about it, how could I ever be so unfair as to bash Christians? It is not as if Christianity has ever done anything wrong. It is not as if Christians are constantly attempting to make others live by their moral code even when the others are not Christian. It certainly is not as if Christianity has ever tried to impede scientific progress, supported slavery, denigrated women or meddled in medical practices. Geez, that would be rude and the one thing Christians never are is rude meddlesome in the lives of others.



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posted July 10, 2010 at 8:07 pm


Mr. I and Cara,
You two are perfect for each other.



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posted July 10, 2010 at 9:26 pm


Rich says:
Mr. I and Cara,
You two are perfect for each other
Mr. Incredible says:
I take that as a compliment, a flattery.



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posted July 10, 2010 at 9:33 pm


I wonder where Rich got all his hate, and why he feels he must foist the overload of it on everybody else.



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posted July 10, 2010 at 9:50 pm


Rich says:
Mr. I and Cara,
You two are perfect for each other
Mr. Incredible says:
YES! A brother and sister in the Lord! What a deal!



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posted July 11, 2010 at 1:58 am


Mr. I,
re: “I wonder where Rich got all his hate…”
Actually, I got it directly from Jesus. Now, of course, you will likely deny this but you are certainly not privy to the private conversations I have with Jesus are not even remotely qualified to deny this. As well, we both know that Jesus works his miracles in his own way without seeking pre-approval from Mr. Incredible. Indeed, it is all just one glorious miracle.



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posted July 11, 2010 at 3:09 am


Mr. Incredible says:
I wonder where Rich got all his hate…
Rich says:
Actually, I got it directly from Jesus.
Mr. Incredible says:
Of course, you didn’t. Hate doesn’t come from Christ. Hate comes from the Devil.
Rich says:
Now, of course, you will likely deny this…
Mr. Incredible says:
That’s cuz it doesn’t align with His Word. The Word denies it. Anything that doesn’t align with His Word is of the Devil.
Rich says:
… but you are certainly not privy to the private conversations I have with Jesus…
Mr. Incredible says:
You can have no conversations with Jesus. That’s cuz you don’t receive Him. You can’t receive Him in your condition which is to reject Him.
Rich says:
… are not even remotely qualified to deny this.
Mr. Incredible says:
The Word of God — that is, Christ — makes me qualified.
Rich says:
As well, we both know that Jesus works his miracles in his own way…
Mr. Incredible says:
However, He does not work in ways that don’t align with His Word.
Rich says:
…without seeking pre-approval from Mr. Incredible.
Mr. Incredible says:
Christ already gets approval from the Father. Christ aligns what He says with what the Father says. What the Father says is aligned with His Word. What YOU say does not align with His Word.



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posted July 11, 2010 at 3:10 am


Mr. Incredible says:
I wonder where Rich got all his hate…
Rich says:
Actually, I got it directly from Jesus.
Mr. Incredible says:
Of course, you didn’t. Hate doesn’t come from Christ. Hate comes from the Devil.
Rich says:
Now, of course, you will likely deny this…
Mr. Incredible says:
That’s cuz it doesn’t align with His Word. The Word denies it. Anything that doesn’t align with His Word is of the Devil.
Rich says:
… but you are certainly not privy to the private conversations I have with Jesus…
Mr. Incredible says:
You can have no conversations with Jesus. That’s cuz you don’t receive Him. You can’t receive Him in your condition which is to reject Him.
Rich says:
… are not even remotely qualified to deny this.
Mr. Incredible says:
The Word of God — that is, Christ — makes me qualified.
Rich says:
As well, we both know that Jesus works his miracles in his own way…
Mr. Incredible says:
However, He does not work in ways that don’t align with His Word.
Rich says:
…without seeking pre-approval from Mr. Incredible.
Mr. Incredible says:
Christ already gets approval from the Father. Christ aligns what He says with what the Father says. What the Father says is aligned with His Word. What YOU say does not align with His Word.



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posted July 11, 2010 at 3:17 am


Mr. Incredible says:
I wonder where Rich got all his hate…
Rich says:
Actually, I got it directly from Jesus.
Mr. Incredible says:
Maybe, in a beer fog, from illegal immigrant Jesus Martinez, but not from Jesus Christ.



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posted July 11, 2010 at 3:27 am


Where’d that goofball Boris go? They put ‘im back in the “bin”?



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posted July 11, 2010 at 3:38 am


The boyfriend of the dude Boris was givin’ free lapdances to finally catch up with him?



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posted July 11, 2010 at 3:28 pm


Re: Mr. Incredible
As for air drums and all, well, I prefer the real deal…
As for me confessing the past, it is not to put down the curses of yesterday. It is to confront the darkness of today and for those involved who seemed to move on with their life and did nothing but put a little more cream in their coffee afterward…
There was a lot to my story which was not told, for if I told the truth about everything which had happened to me it would have been on every news chanel…So, this is my way of confronting the demons which invaded my life through people..
And I am not talking about Johnny being involved in that church mess up…thanks… So those little t.v. adds of yesterday and whatnot, when I saw so many seek to destroy me in various ways, are a bunch of crap….
This is called light on darkness…
So, there you go, and because of the public nature of what happened to me and I didn’t want to throw anybody in jail, I decided to do it this way…..not a curse, just me getting it out of my system, instead of stuffing it down inside and taking a bottle of pills like the rest of the folks out there, that went through something like I went through…, although I never met anybody really who went through the things which I went through…, maybe a portion of them I suppose…
It just so happened to be from church members, so when your sitting back quietly back in your fancy dancy chair, well let me just say, it doesn’t really matter when you yourself made it appear to all the rest that I did not qualify for something based on something which happened to me and the results thereof…
I just fealt that others were really afraid that I would tell what they did. Of course they moved on and acted like nothing ever happened, that is the world for me… So do not give me this bull that when a person or people did the things that they or others did to me that I am not supposed to make them accountable….my cc’s are that……
I am not under the curse, the thing is I couldn’t even remember all the things which they did…they were so awful…I suppose I should just be thankful I survived it and made it out alive….
So I don’t care if you or anybody else is a public figure and what kind of church bank account they have in regards to being a Christian, when and if they are going to act like that, or should I say do that….. end of story….cc
p.s. It is easy for someone to say move on like it never even happened, although I still have had headaches, despite my prayers, diet and exercise…and yes I believe God is right here with me in all the mess of it all….., and I believe he wants the best for me…which would be being with a person who is actually there and in my life, not just somebody who drives by from time to time and acts like he or she gives a damn, when all the while they are screwing me out of everything which was important for me to have a job, relationship or money to survive…
So, no I don’t think that your car, house, degree or any other thing you hold more valuable then a committed, permanent, godly relationship as being a good idea….cc



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posted July 11, 2010 at 3:32 pm


As for the person with the slang K, well, it doesn’t really matter, if your taking out my friend or destroying what we had on the back of a bike or otherwise…
For I did not come into this world to be treated by such hypocrasy and lack of respect to watch these so called past friends prance before my eyes with a cheating, repulsive heart…
So, I not all warm and fuzzy all the time, some times I get angry when people have harmed me and sometimes I want to say enough is enough, sorry I ever had you in my life, for your lack of respect was so repulsive to me that I wanted to throw-up…
So this is where you let God be God and realize that he is out there to give me the very best which life has to offer….
End of story…..cc



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posted July 11, 2010 at 3:38 pm


And don’t send me any papers with the words Miss. on them anymore, thanks for your letters but no..
For I did not even sign any divorce papers, that would be my X..
So as far as I am concerned I am still a Mrs. with an old last name waiting to receive my new one…
So now I can use my new purple bible with the words Mrs. on it, that I monogrammed before my x devorced me and left and married someone else..
So there you have it…, it is what it is…



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posted July 11, 2010 at 3:46 pm


On another note:
Here is one on food, for the critical bible pushers out there who want to condemn others for eating certain things….
Romans 14:2
One man’s faith allows him to eat everything, but another man, whose faith is weak, eats only vegetables.
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The Man who eats everything must not look down on him who does not, and the man who does not eat everything must not condemn the man who does, for God has accepted him.
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Need a job, so I can afford a phone to text….
I also need my headaches to go away….
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And I need somebody special to be in my life, who cares enough to pour me a cup of coffee from our coffee pot to stain my robe, so I can curl up on the couch with my children…
This is what happens when you have others fail you so bad that they are willing to try and take everything away for their own personal gain of obtaining more stuff…
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posted July 11, 2010 at 3:49 pm


p.s. I think Johnny is a Christian, despite his acting roles..
I think he beginning to understand that Bible a bit more day by day…
and I also believe that things are not always what they appear to be in a picture or otherwise.., sometimes people are great actors, and sometimes people put forth material to try and destroy something which is good, including a loving relationship…..cc



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posted July 11, 2010 at 3:57 pm


Let go, let God, isn’t that what they say…
And yes, I am willing to move forward and I am willing to let go of the past, even people that I thought I was going to be with for the rest of my life….
And I don’t think that anymore people in my life have to die to get that accomplished…
I suppose when you get enough evidence contrary to your dream, it is time to kiss it goodbye and open your door to a new one…
I suppose I always think that people can grow and change and become something different then they are..
But like the old sang goes, don’t marry somebody that you need things to change to be with him..
Marry the one that is already changed into someone that you could be with for the rest of your life…
That way the basics are already there…..faith, love, commitment, respect, mutual enjoyed activities. That is for the devoted marriage partners to commit to….cc



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posted July 11, 2010 at 4:13 pm


As for going on an on about how stable a sinful relationship of upteen many years…., that is a bunch of crap if I ever read it…
And I am certainly not referring to anyone in my previous blogs which I have personally told that I love and care about them as now wanting to make something appear or not appear otherwise….
God Bless America and everybody around the globe…
For what does the Bible say, bless your enemies…..
So there you go. ” Tea and more tea, I say….” Have a nice day…cc



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posted July 11, 2010 at 4:17 pm


Ow, I forgot.
Mike the chiropractor
I know two of them….
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To the Kobes, your the best…cc
Good luck with everything, hopefully you ate enough chocolate at See’s and it was not too hot in Africa, your pics were amazing…cc



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posted July 11, 2010 at 4:24 pm


To The Royal Family:
You saved the day, what can I say…
It is great seeing your sons all grown up and Charles despite the years that have come upon you, your still an incredible gentlemen with manors which are respectable and admired.
Thank you to the queen for all her traveling this year to the states and for placing those flowers at ground zero. You still put a smile on my face everytime I see you in one of your fancy hats. Thanks for the support…
Elton-
Your red piano was amazing…, and nobody looks as good as you in those big old glasses…, thanks for your support.cc
Love to you both….cc



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posted July 11, 2010 at 4:29 pm


Liza-
Your outfits and going on HSN was amazing with all those sequins and what not….your the best…cc
Liz-
What can I say, there is and will never be a Liz like you…., thank you for your support….cc



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posted July 11, 2010 at 4:46 pm


Don’t bash Christians, they take it as flattery. Instead, read the Word of Christ scrawled, in blood and sh:t, on bathroom walls throughout the land by people who “receive” Him. Just don’t be surprised if something doesn’t pass the smell test.



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posted July 11, 2010 at 6:57 pm


cc,
I have met so many celebrities while woking the pre-board security at airports while getting my flight certificates and ratings, and I heard one on teevee saying that she doesn’t mind the “deer-in-the-headlights” look she initially gets from people she sees, but that she would like them to look at the person. I understand what she means, and I agree.
When I met these celebrities, I tried to treat them as persons, after initially recognizing them and their work. I didn’t Ooooo and Ahhhh.
I also understand that, in public, if you recognize them, they don’t mind your doing so and approaching them, as long as you don’t make a big deal outta it and attract everybody in the place.
I was workin’ the x-ray one day when I noticed, outside the checkpoint, a group of five men and women who were dressed in a way and just slightly sugested to me that they were in the entertainment bidness. One of the women was wearing black lace. As she came through, I saw that it was Stevie Nicks who lives within a few miles of that airport. Did I make a big deal outta it? No. I looked at her and she looked at me, and I asked, “Are you Stevie?” and she said, “Yes,” and I stepped away from the machine to shake her hand and tell her how much I enjoy her work. I did the same one evening when Lloyd Bridges and his wife came through, and I had a pleasant conversation with them and they appreciated the recognition and discretion. Same with Geoff Lewis who was in town lookin’ at places to buy in Apache Junction, and with General William Westmoreland whom, as I stopped him, saluted and greeted him.
The list is too long, but I think you get my picture.
So, I understand, while some want only the recognition, most want personal connection cuz that fan recognition can get old.



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posted July 11, 2010 at 7:01 pm


So, I guess Boris just ran away like a scared, old woman.



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posted July 11, 2010 at 7:10 pm


Decker says:
Don’t bash Christians, they take it as flattery.
Mr. Incredible says:
That’s correct! That’s cuz opposition to God and His Word is a sure sign that those who are born again are doing the correct and right thing. Opposition to God fulfills prophecy, but those who oppose Him are utterly unaware of their participation in prophecy, bringing it about. They inadvertently prove God’s Word. It is, in effect, a flattery.
However, they are between a rock and a hard place; they fulfill prophecy by doing what prophecy says they will do; if they realize that, and don’t fulfill prophecy, they glorify God. HA!



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posted July 11, 2010 at 7:20 pm


I did have change, sorry, I just needed it to see my kids.
Of course you could have said hi…
I had two dollars and some change….
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Of course you have a bit more. Great ideas I gave you though, too bad you did
not want to pay for them….especially all those design concepts…

Sorry you were hurt, you know that I love you anyway, and I don’t always mean what I say in regards to feelings, sometimes I say things out of hurt…Like all those girls you decided to prance into and out of my life……cc
Hi would have been nice…
Have a nice night



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posted July 11, 2010 at 7:21 pm


Actually, cc, I’d like to get the opportunity to sit down with a successful entertainer, just to see what makes them tick creatively, cuz I’m really interested in the creative process.
Now, what I feel like a big shot, walking around in public alongside a celebrity? Of course, but I would be more interested in the process of their job. I’d wanna know, for instance, whether, inadvertently, their characters are part them and/or they become part of their characters. I’d wanna know whether they take, in their private lives, anything their characters have said and make it part of their own thought life, how their characters changed them, if so. I’d wanna know how, in shooting scenes outta sequence, they maintain consistency of character relevant to the parts of the scene, how they recover the mood from one scene to another shot at different times. I know they do, but I’d wanna know HOW they do it. The process. And how can they do it with so many people around? How do they maintain that focus not to change the mood?



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posted July 11, 2010 at 7:23 pm


Now, what I feel like a big shot — — > Now, would I feel like a big shot



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posted July 11, 2010 at 7:30 pm


cc, I guess that is also the responsibility of the one in charge of continuity.
For example, on “Reno 911,” two deputies are chasing a dude dressed up as a milkshake. The milkshake jumps in a lake. The lake, at the time of the shot, is rough. In the next scene, the lake is smooth and the sun is at a different angle. I’m sure they noticed it, but couldn’t wait until the next day for continuity.



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posted July 11, 2010 at 7:31 pm


I would have to answer you become the character in and out of the scene.
Of course you need to take your hat off when need be out of the scene…
That is why different characters take different things out of you…
Not every character is chummy, if you get my drift…, let me just say you can pull from different parts of your life…, and then pick up the pain, smile, depression, elativeness, quiet and loud manner, you get my drift…
and drop it off like it is a cup of coffee in a little cafe around the corner, and pick up some expensive tea with a china cup to go home…
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posted July 11, 2010 at 7:35 pm


I
It’s like these “actors” called “Liberals.” Their arguments are inconsistent and incomplete. No continuity. THAT’s where I get’em.



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posted July 11, 2010 at 7:44 pm


cc, your writing, to your credit, reflects a John Lennonesque texture of obscure references. I like that, even if I dunno what they mean.



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posted July 11, 2010 at 7:51 pm


a bold stream of consciousness of obscure references
Is it 24/7 spontaneous and on all the time, or do you turn it on and off?



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posted July 12, 2010 at 2:09 pm


Different things pull different things out of me, given the day..
As for 24/7 spontaneous, that would have to be no…
Some things I do like clock work…
I like structure, peace, quiet, and the solitude of the moment. Time to calm everything down….
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I like the bold, even in a cup of coffee. Although, I like to water it down with a bit of honey and milk…
As for acting, well I believe taking on different charaters or traits, can help you through the moment when all else fails. For instance if you can not control all of the outside circumstances of everything, well dressing in a certain atire with a certain manner can help you through the moment. And I always reflect on the fact of God being in control of everything despite what others have done or are doing in your life which effects it…
I believe giving yourself a time out so to speak when things get heated between two individuals is essential to making any relationship or nonrelationship work…Meaning you don’t have to swim in the mud with the mud keeper…
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As for telling the truth. I do believe I have told the truth to the best of my knowledge… As for with holding information for various reasons, that would be for the good…
Meaning sometimes things are better off unsaid, for when the whole truth it told to everybody, that is not always best.. For some do not have the maturity to handle it, or they sway the concept to appear to be something different then it was or was not…
Some people are not always in favor of your success, do you think?
Some people want to see you fail when it puts things in their favor?
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When you find that those are your so called friends who wish to better themselves to their credit minus yours, well, let them go..
You can keep them of course, but who wants to keep a person as a friend who wants to treat you like a doormat, take yours and leave you without one. And then show others your doormat, as if it were there’s. Of course this is a medafor for anything and everything that people do to try and control and take what is vital in life.
And yes I can turn it off….
Ow, I forgot, there are a couple of other Mark’s out there who are news anchors that I met and talked to me and help me through.
Or just wanted to meet… I have met a lot of great people…I believe people can heal from their mistakes and people can change. The thing about it is, that is a choice… And I know that some people never heal and they get sick and die…cc



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posted July 12, 2010 at 2:17 pm


cc, how about devising, writing and acting in inspirational drama, like Jefferson Moore’s stuff?



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posted July 12, 2010 at 2:21 pm


Ow, I forgot….
I think I had another error…
metaphor- A figure of speech in which a word or phrase that designates one thing is applied to another in an implicit comparison, as in ” All the world’s a stage”(Shakespeare).
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I don’t know if I agree with that statement…
Somethings are not the stage, some things are just life…cc



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posted July 12, 2010 at 2:49 pm


Ow was that a common law marriage, after living together 7 years, is that how you see it?
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It is interesting to note, that I just decided to go on Facebook for the fun of it…, seeing how just maybe I could get in contact with a couple excentric people I know, who like to pop in from time to time and say boo…..
And I started opening up an account, and you guessed it my deceased Dad came up, he must have attempted to contact me via facebook before he died… He died, and the I listened to his message afterward, which I did not hear until after he died…
It was a bit creepy, in the fact that he wanted to hear from me quickly and to get back and soon as I could. I missed talking to him on Christmas day, I had been moving all month. He died Jan. 10th.
So, all that I can say is for whatever reason, even when things are bad between your love one’s whoever they be… Find a way to contact them by way of e-mail or letter, or what not, when the phone call is too much…
It is not that I feel guilty for not picking up the phone when my dad called or returning it quickly. Things happen for a reason, that we can not always explain… Like I said to him, dad if you don’t stop drinking and smoking, it will kill you…
And I’m not talking about having a glass of wine or two with dinner…
You know what I mean….Love to all,
Blueberry girl….(haha)cc



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posted July 12, 2010 at 2:49 pm


cc says:
I like the bold, even in a cup of coffee. Although, I like to water it down with a bit of honey and milk…
Mr. Incredible says:
I take my coffee on the rocks.
cc says:
As for acting, well I believe taking on different charaters or traits, can help you through the moment when all else fails. For instance if you can not control all of the outside circumstances of everything, well dressing in a certain atire with a certain manner can help you through the moment.
Mr. Incredible suggests:
A barrier protecting a vantage point.
cc says:
And I always reflect on the fact of God being in control of everything despite what others have done or are doing in your life which effects it…
Mr. Incredible says:
That’s good. You need to keep that in mind every time something comes into your life to hurt you so that, while it may hurt, it doesn’t control.
cc says:
I believe giving yourself a time out so to speak when things get heated between two individuals is essential to making any relationship or nonrelationship work…Meaning you don’t have to swim in the mud with the mud keeper…
Mr. Incredible says:
Dudes, I guess, like-ta get it out in the open and settle it right there, then move on. Right and correct don’t get any more right and correct later on.
cc says:
As for telling the truth. I do believe I have told the truth to the best of my knowledge…
Mr. Incredible says:
That’s clear.
cc says:
As for with holding information for various reasons, that would be for the good…
Mr. Incredible says:
No prob. This would not be a good place to spill your guts.
cc says:
Meaning sometimes things are better off unsaid, for when the whole truth it told to everybody, that is not always best.. For some do not have the maturity to handle it, or they sway the concept to appear to be something different then it was or was not…
Mr. Incredible says:
Depends.
If it is God’s Truth, it should be out there. No holding back. It’s clear that Jesus didn’t think that holding back the Truth of God’s Word does anybody any good. That’s cuz the Devil doesn’t hold back.
cc says:
Some people are not always in favor of your success, do you think?
Mr. Incredible says:
There are many who work for your failure. It’s unfortunate.
cc says:
Some people want to see you fail when it puts things in their favor?
Mr. Incredible says:
They won’t let you get in their way, even if you never intended to get in their way. They must do anything it takes to make themselves feel good about control, even if it takes destroying you.
cc says:
When you find that those are your so called friends who wish to better themselves to their credit minus yours, well, let them go..
Mr. Incredible says:
There are people who don’t let them go cuz they think feeling bad feels good. This is the so-called “friends” even more control and more ego.
cc says:
You can keep them of course, but who wants to keep a person as a friend who wants to treat you like a doormat, take yours and leave you without one. And then show others your doormat, as if it were there’s. Of course this is a medafor for anything and everything that people do to try and control and take what is vital in life.
Mr. Incredible says:
God, through Christ, helps you avoid all that by canceling out the effects of it.
cc says:
I believe people can heal from their mistakes and people can change.
Mr. Incredible says:
They must know the change is possible, and must recognize the need for it, receive the motivation and, then, change. It’s possible through Christ.
cc says:
The thing about it is, that is a choice…
Mr. Incredible says:
All you can do is tell them. They must choose to receive it. Then, they must decide to do it. The only thing for which we are responsible is to tell them. Once we do that, our hands are clean.
cc says:
And I know that some people never heal and they get sick and die
Mr. Incredible says:
God, through Christ, has told them how to be healed. If they reject that, and get sick and die, whose fault is that?? Not His. Not mine. Not yours. Theirs.
Did we scare away all the atheists?? Gee.



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posted July 12, 2010 at 2:53 pm


cc says:
Ow, I forgot….
I think I had another error…
metaphor- A figure of speech in which a word or phrase that designates one thing is applied to another in an implicit comparison, as in ” All the world’s a stage”(Shakespeare).
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I don’t know if I agree with that statement…
Somethings are not the stage, some things are just life…
Mr. Incredible says:
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posted July 12, 2010 at 3:11 pm


Who cares when they walk away and all you have is the moment…
God never promised you tomarrow…
So……
When they get up or drive off, or walk away, then what are they?
Of course I always liked Blueberry girl?
And your not sure of what?
You were sure to use a lot of me……………………(Blueberry girls gone skinny)who cares really?
And that is why a good cup of tea on holiday in a castle sounds right about good…For tomarrow is tomarrow and I only have the now…
And I believe the now is what is the most important, for it effects the tomarrow….cc
Of course castles are meant for fairy tales, but I never wanted somebody elses husband, I wanted my own…
Of course there is that good old scripture of Thou Shall Not Want…
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And what was the NO to what question?
Did you want to take all my ideas and make a whole bunch of money off of me while pransing your latest sqeeze with my ideas around your arm as if I meant nothing…….
I can still write you know, know matter what you do to me…., or should I say have done to me……
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posted July 12, 2010 at 3:24 pm


You did nothing, you only took and covered your own……cc



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posted July 12, 2010 at 3:29 pm


what was that
thou shall not want, or was that ..
I think it is Psalms or something…
he maketh me lie down in green pastures…..
Ow ya, Ye, thou though walk by the shadow of death you fear no evil, and he maketh me lie down in green pastures..
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Great silver dress, wonder where you got that idea…
It wasn’t meant for the sinful nature of the event..
It was meant for my husband……………….cc



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posted July 12, 2010 at 3:38 pm


The Lord is my Shepherd. I shall not want.
He maketh me to lie down in green pastures.
He leadeth me beside the still waters.
He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name’s sake.
Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me.
Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies: thou anointest my head with oil; my cup runneth over.
Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life: and I will dwell in the house of the LORD for ever.
[This is where I found out that I got three angels following me around everywhere. Goodness, Mercy….and, of course, Surely.]
This is supposed to be the heart talking, not a person, per se. In other words, the Lord shepherds my heart.



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posted July 12, 2010 at 5:44 pm


Ow, I shall not want….
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Nice corpse car.haha…..
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No to what, commitment, and yes to what?
A girl who came up behind me and took personal knowledge and used it for material and relationship aquirization….?
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Yuck and you had the nerve to put it in front of my face and didn’t give me a dime, when I profitted you much…..?
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Were you just trying to pacify me, so then you could achieve more for your personal gain…..?
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I am not bragging by any means…., who are you, and old jealous friend who likes to stab me in the back and run away with a new car?
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posted July 12, 2010 at 6:08 pm


cc aks:
who are you, and old jealous friend…
Mr. Incredible aks:
You aksin’ me??? Cuz, as far as I know, we don’t know each other.



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posted July 12, 2010 at 6:09 pm


Looks as though the Lord stopped the atheists’ mouths.



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posted July 12, 2010 at 7:45 pm


cc, of course I never got the 2007 Newspaper Individual Achievement Award. I didn’t go to Carr Intermediate Junior High, either. Nor have I lived in San Juan Capistrano, nor Mission Viejo, nor San Clemente.



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posted July 12, 2010 at 7:56 pm


So, where did I go wrong?



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posted July 12, 2010 at 9:03 pm


Mr. I,
re: “Looks as though the Lord stopped the atheists’ mouths.”
Nope, just didn’t want to interrupt you and Cara and your incoherent ramblings. The conversation that you two are having is the best demonstration ever of the mind numbing effects of religion. Put quite simply, I don’t think any rational person would leave the two of you alone with a child.



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posted July 12, 2010 at 9:06 pm


Great job, Mr. Lynn. I will NEVER understand what the Christianist theocrats don;t get about the govt’s refusal to fund their discrimination. No one’s telling them they can’t discriminate; they’re just not going to fund it with my tax dollars.



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posted July 12, 2010 at 9:14 pm


Mr. Incredible says:
Looks as though the Lord stopped the atheists’ mouths.”
Rich says:
Nope, just didn’t want to interrupt you and Cara…
Mr. Incredible says:
Nobody “interrupts” anybody on a message board. People post, and that’s that.
Rich says:
… and your incoherent ramblings.
Mr. Incredible says:
We expect you not to understand what we write. That’s a good thing.
Rich says:
The conversation that you two are having is the best demonstration ever of the mind numbing effects of religion.
Mr. Incfredible says:
That’s what the Devil says, too. We pay no attention to him, either.
Rich says:
Put quite simply…
Mr. Incredible says:
No other way a simpleton can put it.
Rich says:
…I don’t think any rational person…
Mr. Incredible breaks that down:

“A rational person is one who agrees with me.”

Rich says:
…would leave the two of you alone with a child.
Mr. Incredible says:
According to you; but that’s according to nobody.



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posted July 12, 2010 at 9:18 pm


Will says:
No one’s telling them they can’t discriminate; they’re just not going to fund it with my tax dollars.
Mr. Incredible says:
How do YOU know that YOUR part of the entire tax bundle is being used?



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posted July 13, 2010 at 12:55 am


Mr. I,
re: “How do YOU know that YOUR part of the entire tax bundle is being used?”
Perhaps you should direct your question to those who object to federal funds being used to fund abortions.
Of course, any frequent reader of your posts will immediately know that you are incapable of any rational response, likely due to the voices in your head plaguing your every waking moment.



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posted July 13, 2010 at 1:16 am


Mr. I: “Rich says: The conversation that you two are having is the best demonstration ever of the mind numbing effects of religion.
Mr. Incfredible says: That’s what the Devil says, too.”
Really? Do you think Rich knew that when he said it, was he quoting the Devil, or was it just a coincidence?



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posted July 13, 2010 at 12:54 pm


Mr. Incredible says:
How do YOU know that YOUR part of the entire tax bundle is being used?”
Rich says:
Perhaps you should direct your question to those who object to federal funds being used to fund abortions.
Mr. Incredible asks:
So, you’re admitting to being a hypocrite?? Okay.
Rich says:
Of course, any frequent reader of your posts will immediately know that you are incapable of any rational response
Mr. Incredible translates:

“Any reader who agrees with me…”

Rich says:
…likely due to the voices in your head plaguing your every waking moment.
Mr. Incredible says:
Jesus “plaguing” my every waking moment! What a deal!



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posted July 13, 2010 at 1:03 pm


Rich says:
The conversation you two are having is the best demonstration ever of the mind numbing effects of religion.
Mr. Incredible says:
That’s what the Devil says, too.
HG says:
Really?
Mr. Incredible says:
Really.
HG says:
Do you think Rich knew that when he said it…
Mr. Incredible says:
The Devil is a ventriloquist. The suggestions he plants come to a person in that person’s own voice. Nobody ever disbelieves his own voice.
HG says:
… was he quoting the Devil…
Mr. Incredible says:
We compare what is written to the Word of God, in order to see whether what is written aligns with the Word of God. If it doesn’t, if not from God. You do the math.
HG says:
…or was it just a coincidence?
Mr. Incredible says:
The Devil likes to leave the impression that his suggestions are mere coincidence and not really from him. The Devil takes neither overt credit, nor blame.



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posted July 13, 2010 at 2:45 pm


If it doesn’t, if not from God.—-> If it doesn’t, it’s not from God.



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posted July 13, 2010 at 5:06 pm


So, when Rich says something that the Devil says too, it’s really just the Devil being a ventriloquist and saying things through Rich, using Rich’s own voice?
Is it only me, or does anyone else find that ridiculous? The mind of a six year old might create such fantasy, …but not believe it.
The incredible truth is that there are actually people who completely believe such nonsense. Thinking they know the Word of God, who must also be a ventriloquist, they use it as a comparison tool to check all communications against in an ‘alignment’ test of sorts. They that “know” the Word of God and recognize the word of Satan as literal understandings are pretenders to powers they do not possess. How and why some people with special needs claim such power has become routinely obvious to mental health professionals.



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posted July 13, 2010 at 7:23 pm


HG says:
So, when Rich says something that the Devil says too, it’s really just the Devil being a ventriloquist and saying things through Rich, using Rich’s own voice?
Mr. Incredible says:
Again, anything that is not of the Word of God, an inspiration of God, is the work of the Devil. The Devil cannot quote Scripture cuz the Devil doesn’t agree with God, isn’t inspired by God.
HG says:
Is it only me, or does anyone else find that ridiculous?
Mr. Incredible says:
Irrelevant.
HG says:
The mind of a six year old might create such fantasy, …but not believe it.
Mr. Incredible says:
Irrelevant.
HG says:
The incredible truth is that there are actually people who completely believe such nonsense.
Mr. Incredible says:
To YOU, it’s incredible nonsense. That doesn’t mean it’s unbelievable, nor nonsense.
HG says:
Thinking they know the Word of God…
Mr. Incredible says:
We do.
HG says:
… who must also be a ventriloquist…
Mr. Incredible says:
The Good One.
HG says:
…they use it as a comparison tool…
Mr. Incredible says:
Scripture upon Scripture. Diamond-cut diamonds.
HG says:
… to check all communications against in an ‘alignment’ test of sorts.
Mr. Incredible says:
By Him, we know the devices of the Devil we can’t know otherwise.
HG says:
They that “know” the Word of God…
Mr. Incredible says:
We do.
HG says:
… and recognize the word of Satan…
Mr. Incredible says:
By Him, we know the devices of the Devil we can know otherwise.
HG says:
… as literal understandings…
Mr. Incredible says:
The events portrayed in the Word of God literally happened. The warnings are of things that take place literally.
HG says:
… are pretenders to powers they do not possess.
Mr. Incredible says:
Powers that YOU don’t possess.
HG says:
How and why some people with special needs claim such power has become routinely obvious to mental health professionals.
Mr. Incredible says:
Except that their claims don’t align with the Word of God. Neither do yours.



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posted July 19, 2010 at 2:42 pm


HG, what power is that?
For some, their belief is in the Holy Spirit. Of course there were witnesses and all to His miracles…, remember…
They didn’t like them very much either, hence the Christian fish symbol came about when they were being killed and they needed a secret symbol….cc



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Your Name

posted July 19, 2010 at 2:48 pm


And no, Mr. Vp, this is not in conjuction with anybody other then myself. The cc, is not a symbol for Cry… It just means closed captioned.
If you were so imposed to bring my x-boyfriends x-girlfriend to the event to try and make a muck of everything, then I don’t know what to tell you…, stay away…
That was rude, incensitive and down right wrong…
It was evil in my book….cc



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Mr. Incredible

posted July 21, 2010 at 6:46 am


CORRECTION
By Him, we know the devices of the Devil we can know otherwise. — — > By Him, we know the devices of the Devil we can’t otherwise know.



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John Trainor

posted July 29, 2010 at 1:12 pm


Whenever I see Barry Lynn’s name, I get a good feeling, knowing that here is a true patriot and champion of our civil and religious liberties. He gets it. He understands like the Founding Fathers did that whenever the church gets control of the secular, civil power, intolerance and persecution are the sure result as the church then punishes dissent from her dogmas. Thank you so much, Sir, for all you have done and for your continuing efforts!



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Carol

posted July 30, 2010 at 3:55 am


Do we really need to hear about your imaginary friends? Believe in them if you wish, but it is no basis for public policy in a country with freedom of religion. I have an absolute right to not care at all what your religion or religious book says. I have an absolute right not to live as if I do care.
If you must play with your imaginary friends, fine. Leave the rest of us out of it, ok?



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Mr. Incredible

posted August 4, 2010 at 12:28 pm


Carol asks:
Do we really need to hear about your imaginary friends?
Mr. Incredible says:
What “imaginary friends”? I got none-a them.
Carol says:
Believe in them if you wish…
Mr. Incredible says:
Gee, thanks, but we don’t need your permission.
Carol says:
… but it is no basis for public policy in a country with freedom of religion.
Mr. Incredible says:
And how do you propose to stop someone contemplating policy from being informed by God?
Carol arrogantly says:
I have an absolute right to not care at all what your religion or religious book says.
Mr. Incredible asks:
Who says otherwise?
Carol arrogantly says:
I have an absolute right not to live as if I do care.
Mr. Incredible asks:
Who says otherwise?
Carol says:
If you must play with your imaginary friends…
Mr. Incredible says:
We have no “imaginary” friends.
You, however, imagine that we wanna make you care about what our “religion, or religious books says.”
Carol says:
fine.
Mr. Incredible says:
Since when do we need your permission?
Carol says:
Leave the rest of us out of it, ok?
Mr. Incredible says:
Mark 1:24
Luke 4:34



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Sue Perior

posted September 18, 2010 at 3:46 pm


“He (Barry Lynn) understands like the Founding Fathers did that whenever the church gets control of the secular, civil power, intolerance and persecution are the sure result as the church then punishes dissent from her dogmas.”
It has been true since the gangs formed.



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