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  1. StCleve72 commented on GIRTH 2 days ago

    Ever see a guest get peed on down a hole? Go to it Girth.

  2. StCleve72 commented on Green Pieces 2 days ago

    Gone to Sun City to have some fun, gone to Sun City cause it’s 2 to 1, 2 girls for every boy.

  3. StCleve72 commented on Tank McNamara 2 days ago

    They’ll have to table that idea.

  4. StCleve72 commented on Nick Anderson 3 days ago

    So to sum up, are you saying that the Republican base is just not very intelligent and is also steeped in religiously inspired intolerance and bigotry?

  5. StCleve72 commented on Doonesbury 3 days ago

    Well, I’m feeble minded, but you’re a big poopie-head, doo-doo breath. But is it really about us and our shortcomings? There’s another side to the story as I discovered by doing some fact checking. The rule of law and the presumption of innocence and right to legal counsel might be one of the greatest advances in human history. I’d hate to be an attorney forced to defend a terrible person, but that’s how our system of justice is supposed to work when it works right, right?

    “When I was a 27-year-old attorney doing legal-aid work at the law school where I taught in Fayetteville, Arkansas, I was appointed by the local judge to represent a criminal defendant accused of rape. I asked to be relieved of that responsibility, but I was not, and I had a professional duty to represent my client to the best of my ability, which I did,” Clinton said.

    Clinton continued to explain that as an attorney she had an “obligation” to provide him with a fair legal defense.

    “When you’re a lawyer you often don’t have the choice to choose who you will represent, and by the very nature of criminal law there will be those who you represent that you won’t approve of,” she said. “But at least in our system you have an obligation, and once I was appointed, I fulfilled that obligation.”

    In the end, Clinton said, her client pleaded guilty to a lesser charge.

  6. StCleve72 commented on Non Sequitur 3 days ago

    You mean like Bubonic Plague, Dysentary, TB, and the like? (When the Black Death hit Europe and millions died and it was discovered the praying didn’t work, the primitive citizens tried slaughtering Jews which didn’t work either. Not an opinion; you can look it up). Those among us who have found the joy in discovering things for ourselves are still battling against those who haven’t and are dancing to the childish tunes of primitive people who believe that the first woman sprung fully grown from the rib of a man 6,000 years ago and then followed the advice of a talking snake, yadda, yadda, yadda.

  7. StCleve72 commented on Non Sequitur 4 days ago

    Excellent point. Do you have any idea why bacteria, who will survive whatever happens and truly inherit the earth aren’t mentioned in the Bible, Koran, Bhagavad-Gita, and other religious texts? It would seem logical that a supernatural deity who created them would surely inform humans of their presence, doesn’t it?

  8. StCleve72 commented on Matt Wuerker 4 days ago

    Deuteronomy 17:12,Leviticus 20:13,Exodus 21:15,Leviticus 20:10,Deuteronomy 13:13-19,Deuteronomy 13:7-12,Leviticus 24:10-16,2 Kings 2:23-24,Isaiah 14:21,Hosea 9:11-16,Ezekiel 9:5-7,Jeremiah 51:20-26,1 Samuel 15:2-3 NAB,Numbers 25:1-9 NLT,Matthew 10:34,Matthew 5:17,Matthew 11:20,Revelations (19:20-21),Matthew 15:4-7,Mark 7:9,Luke 12:47
    To cite just a few. (I realize the last one is only about whipping your slaves/servants, not murdering them and I apologize for that).

  9. StCleve72 commented on Clay Bennett 4 days ago

    You are alluding to mythology, aren’t you? There was no parting of anything, no manna falling from the sky, those are stories created by human minds. The fact of the matter is that in the 20th century human beings murdered upwards of 100-200 million other human beings. We are an ignorant and murderous race and allowing any among us to buy weapons of mass destruction just facilitates that. But we are also a creative, and intelligent race so the large issue is whether the latter can overcome the former? Can the higher powers of our cerebral cortex bring the lower reptilian brain with it’s unreasoning blind obedience to its rages to heel?

  10. StCleve72 commented on Doonesbury 4 days ago

    Did you ever read his obituary of Nixon; “He Was A Crook”?
    I know that there are still people who would defend the Trickster, and I wonder how many of them think that Donald Trump is a “statesman?” http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/1994/07/he-was-a-crook/308699/
    I also wonder how many will read it and say well Hunter Thompson was a drug addled whatever as if that makes what he wrote about Tricky untrue?