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  1. JohnHarry commented on Ben Sargent 5 days ago

    denis1112 :
    You should study geology a little more. Your thinking is too faith based.

    - a retired geologist

  2. JohnHarry commented on Ben Sargent 5 days ago

    Waste of time – they are “Faith Based” idiots. Much like ISIL.

  3. JohnHarry commented on In the Bleachers 23 days ago

    NRA nightmare

  4. JohnHarry commented on Pearls Before Swine 3 months ago

    Didn’t know you lived in thew South. Alligators but few Crocs . . . then again there are a lot of crocks here.

  5. JohnHarry commented on Shoe 6 months ago

    Pastis – Pastis . . . are you hiding in there?

  6. JohnHarry commented on Shoe about 1 year ago

    What -no peanuts-popcorn-cottoncandy -pizza

  7. JohnHarry commented on Arlo and Janis over 1 year ago

    Never heard the expression -“when things get sideways” ?

  8. JohnHarry commented on Shoe almost 2 years ago

    “Everything you eat has been “genetically modified” over the years, except for wild game and native plants. Get over it.”

    You should have stopped after “modified” – reread Natural Selection

  9. JohnHarry commented on Luann almost 2 years ago

    Only the Blue Footed Booby is a large bird with blue feet.there are others without blue feet, and not all Boobies have feathers though some look very nice in feathers

  10. JohnHarry commented on Arlo and Janis almost 2 years ago

    converso, (Spanish: “converted”), one of the Spanish Jews who adopted the Christian religion after a severe persecution in the late 14th and early 15th centuries and the expulsion of religious Jews from Spain in the 1490s. In the minds of many Roman Catholic churchmen the conversos were still identified as Jews, partly because they remained within the Jewish communities in the cities and partly because their occupations (merchants, doctors, tailors) had been monopolized by the Spanish Jewish people. Such identification caused many Christians to regard conversos as a subversive force within the church.