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  • #61
    I'm not suggesting that IK isn't doing a good job, but I decry the absence of voices that I used to look forward to hearing. Voices I did not necessarily agree with, but those which offered a different viewpoint, a different perspective, voices that were silenced by the clamor and abuse of those who wished to silence them.

    Christs Word, THall and Drake Shelton come to mind. There have been others. Zakath.

    I'm considering starting a thread on Drake Shelton. He's an interesting study.

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    • #62
      Originally posted by Delmar View Post
      I'm not holding my breath waiting for you to quit whining, mind you.
      And I am not holding my breath, waiting for you to address the long list of complaints from a variety of subscribing users with something more rationally compelling than, "Quit whining." Mind you.

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      • #63
        Originally posted by Delmar View Post
        Perhaps a warning for blasphemy is in order?
        Have I PM'd you about this?

        besides, I used the little g and the indefinite article

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        • #64
          Originally posted by resurrected View Post
          I'm not suggesting that IK isn't doing a good job, but I decry the absence of voices that I used to look forward to hearing. Voices I did not necessarily agree with, but those which offered a different viewpoint, a different perspective, voices that were silenced by the clamor and abuse of those who wished to silence them.

          Christs Word, THall and Drake Shelton come to mind. There have been others.

          I'm considering starting a thread on Drake Shelton. He's an interesting study.
          Here is the deal from my point of view. We get to the place, from time to time, where the crazies think it is appropriate for them to be running the asylum. Someone needs to take a firm hand with them and they almost never like it when that happens.

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          • #65
            Originally posted by resurrected View Post
            I'm not suggesting that IK isn't doing a good job, but I decry the absence of voices that I used to look forward to hearing. Voices I did not necessarily agree with, but those which offered a different viewpoint, a different perspective, voices that were silenced by the clamor and abuse of those who wished to silence them.

            Christs Word, THall and Drake Shelton come to mind. There have been others. Zakath.

            I'm considering starting a thread on Drake Shelton. He's an interesting study.
            They silenced themselves by breaking forum rules.

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            • #66
              Originally posted by Inzl Kett View Post
              They silenced themselves by breaking forum rules.
              Yes, I know.

              Actually, I think THall just got disgusted and left.

              CW acted out and shouldn't have.

              And Drake had more than enough warnings to stop with the racist/slavery nonsense.

              But I'm starting to suspect that Drake couldn't control his behavior. In re-reading his posts last night and viewing his youtube site, I got the distinct impression of some form of disability, perhaps Aspergers.

              As I said, he's an interesting study.

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              • #67
                That might be the case--but the point remains that racialism/racism is still unacceptable on TOL.

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                • #68
                  meeshak, sum1sgrug?
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                  • #69
                    Originally posted by glorydaz
                    Ezekiel 28 does, but I see you reject it. Is this just a chapter we should throw out of the Bible because you don't know what it says?
                    Well you obviously have some secret interpretation up your sleeve, so why don't you show me? It doesn't even mention angels.
                    We also see angels have a different nature than man does. Hebrews 2:16 KJV
                    Angels are men in a heavenly state.





                    We can read the Word which says "ALL THINGS WERE CREATED." And here's the verse you say doesn't "exist."

                    Colossians 1:16 KJV
                    For by him were all things created, that are in heaven, and that are in earth, visible and invisible, whether they be thrones, or dominions, or principalities, or powers: all things were created by him, and for him:
                    No, I just say it has to be interpreted within the context of all other scripture - some of which show a preexistence and some a post-existence, and a new world etc. That verse is showing He planned and created all thrones and powers. All came into existence through Him.

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                    • #70
                      Originally posted by Zeus View Post
                      LOL- I bet Delmar eats broken glass every chance he gets. Cotton Candy is Broken Glass, people!!

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                      • #71
                        Cotton candy is glass. I's true. Obviously, that's not what Lon'd meant by glass, but it's true, interesting, that cotton candy is glass.



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                        • #72
                          Originally posted by zoo22 View Post
                          Cotton candy is glass. I's true. Obviously, that's not what Lon'd meant by glass, but it's true, interesting, that cotton candy is glass.
                          It is made of spun sugar.

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                          • #73
                            Originally posted by Delmar View Post
                            It is made of spun sugar.
                            Yeah, I know. It's a form of glass, though.

                            I'm not trying to say it has anything to do with what Lon said. Obviously he didn't mean cotton candy. But it's true that cotton candy is a form of glass.

                            Volcanic ash and cotton candy share molecular characteristics with glass

                            ... Nature clearly has a flair for producing glass's signature molecular disorder. Humans do, too, having created glass beads and pottery glazes as far back as 5,000 years ago. Today we have fabricated glass into everything from massive telescope lenses to fiber optics that can carry trillions of bits of data. But among the most enticing forms of glass are the edible ones. Cotton candy, for one, forms when molten sugar (sucrose) in a hot and spinning bowl spits out of tiny holes and meets the cold air. With no time for the liquid sucrose to recrystallize, it freezes into threads of sweet, edible glass.



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                            • #74
                              Originally posted by zoo22 View Post
                              Yeah, I know. It's a form of glass, though.

                              I'm not trying to say it has anything to do with what Lon said. Obviously he didn't mean cotton candy. But it's true that cotton candy is a form of glass. So is a potato chip.
                              It is a different use of the same word really. Window glass or glass jars are made mostly of molten sand. Cotton candy is made of molten sugar. If anyone read Zeus's post and believed it possible to transform a glass jar into cotton candy they would be in for quite a surprise.

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                              • #75
                                Originally posted by Delmar View Post
                                It is a different use of the same word really. Window glass or glass jars are made mostly of molten sand. Cotton candy is made of molten sugar. If anyone read Zeus's post and believed it possible to transform a glass jar into cotton candy they would be in for quite a surprise.
                                Yeah. Like I said, I'm not trying to say it's the same as what Lon meant. Obviously not.

                                A potato chip, too: glass. Crazy.



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