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Life is not about a religion or two or any of them. It's about your next heartbeat. You live as you live. You choose your own religion as you wish. Nothing is self-prepared, other than the folks you will be staring at. We all have our life plan to follow. This is not my first life on this goddamn planet of Apes. Nor shall it be the last. So, when the Death comes... I can go full Borat on it.. (+8)

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Life is not about conservative or liberal. Life is about GOD. “A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another." - John 13:34 (+4)

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You appreciate that on this site, amirite? (+448)

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Quiz! Are You Going To Heaven, Hell Or Purgatory?


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Who do you think will win the World Cup?

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Will you please just 'favorite' this question? I'm trying to get the "1,000 Favorites on a Single Post" achievement. Break out those sock accounts if you need to. We can make this happen.


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I hate fanaticism. (+4)

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I love sunsets 🌅 • I love my crush 👦 • I love my family 👩‍👧‍👧 • I love my friends 👯 ~ What do you love? (0)

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It's Time To Write Your Autobiography. What Would The First Sentence Be?


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If NASA asked you to join a space mission tomorrow, would you go?


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What's your best 'I've made a huge mistake' moment?


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Hello everyone! It's been hell of awhile since I've been on here. Everything looks the same and... smells the same for sure, so it's like I never left. How's everyone been in the 11 or so months? (+1)

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☠ A lot of people feel strongly about personal responsibility. Guns don't kill people, people kill people and the like. Why do they not share that view when it comes to drugs? Heroin doesn't kill people, people abusing heroin kills people. Amirite? ☠ (+1)

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!حُلْم to حَلَمَ; I am beginning to feel like my dreams are starting to try to kill me more often. I've started using a dream journal to record these things out of interest in studying dreams and the memories that I have, and it is nice to keep records. I can remember my dreams well enough, currently about up to five dreams a night if they last more than 5 minutes (I remember more dreams when I subconsciously plan my dreams), or that they're important enough to remember. The girth of my dreams, barely last a second, so I don't pay attention to those, since all they are, are flashes of light. Then again, maybe one of those flashes are something else too. Like TV Channels I'm not subscribed to. (+1)

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Differences Between British and American English - Ready for a Chuckle? *** **. To us a quadraped of the horse family or a stupid person. The word you guys are looking for in English english is ''. *** Buns. You know what these are. You're probably sitting on them now. Over here buns are either bread or cake rolls....[Show All] Asking for a couple of sticky buns in a bakery here will mean Mr Crusty the baker will give you two cake buns with icing (frosting) on the top. If I went into a deli in Manhattan and asked for a couple of sticky buns I'd probably get arrested... *** Fag. A goody but an oldie. Over here a 'fag' is a cigarette. So in the song 'It's a long way to Tipperary' the line 'As long as you have a Lucifer to light your fag' is not a fundamentalist Christian's statement that all homosexuals will burn for eternity in hell, but saying that 'if you always have a match to light your cigarette...' *** . Meat balls made from offal (chopped liver) in gravy. Also a small bundle of logs suitable to burn on a fire. *** Fancy. To be sexually attracted to or to desire. Also a tea cake. *** . To us the front bottom; to you the back one. In Britain, the pack is known as a bag for obvious reasons... *** Football. A classic example of our culture gap. To us football is what you call soccer. To you football is what we call pointless. You probably think the same way about cricket... *** Muffler. To us what you call a muffler is called a silencer. In the UK a muffler is a long scarf a la Dickensian Novels. A muffler was also a derogatory name for a certain part of the female anatomy at my school, though this was probably unique to us. Try explaining THAT to a upstanding American when you are standing at the petrol (gas) station in fits of laughter... *** Pants. You call pants what we call trousers; pants are the things that go underneath. *** Pavement. Sidewalk to you. I couldn't think of anything smutty to go with this. *** Pissed. To you it's quite legal to be pissed in a car in a traffic jam. In fact, in large cities sometimes you cannot help it. For us, it means that you have been over doing it 'down the boozer' (pub) and a kindly policeman will shortly flag you down and arrest you. *** Rubber. In this country a pencil eraser. Don't be shocked if the mild mannered new Englishman in your office asks for a pencil with a rubber on the end. Especially when he says that he enjoys chewing it when he is thinking. *** Shag. To you a dance. To us sexual congress. In otherwords you may have to summon up the courage to have a shag with someone, before you might have a shag with them later on. Also a sea bird similar to a cormorant and a type of rough tobacco. *** Shit. To us, bodily waste. To you, practically everything as far as I could figure, good or bad (and you certainly don't want us to touch yours...) *** Sneakers. We call these 'trainers' for some reason. *** Waistcoat. You call them vests. *** [Show Less]


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Do not believe in anything simply because you have heard it. Do not believe in anything simply because it is spoken and rumored by many. Do not believe in anything simply because it is found written in your religious books. Do not believe in anything merely on the authority of your teachers and elders. Do not believe in traditions because they have been handed down for many generations. But after observation and analysis, when you find that anything agrees with reason and is conducive to the good and benefit of one and all, then accept it and live up to it. (+8)

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**** is the driving force on the planet. We should embrace it, not see it as the enemy. (0)

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