by torimari 8 years ago
http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/2010 … icks-spain"The octopus said to have psychic powers after predicting all of Germany's six World Cup games correctly, has had his say regarding the final in Johannesburg on Sunday – and it is good news for Spain."Yup, psychic octopus has...
by Alan 5 years ago
When anyone, of whatever religious persuasion, holds thoroughly rigid views within the accepted norms of that religion, does it make for honesty and truth? Or deception and lies?Opening up one's mind to other points of view, does this help in the understanding of truth? Or does it cloud and...
by Arthur Fontes 9 years ago
What is it that makes what you believe to be true and anyone who disagrees with you wrong? What is truth? Who decides what a truth is? If two people have opposing points of view and both are insistent that their opinions are True. Who or What should make the distinction?
by collegedad 4 years ago
What does the term "politically correct" mean to you?I was recently told that I needed to be "politically correct" in my statements. I won't elaborate here, but I have a strong opinion about folks who abuse social entitlement programs and this rubs some the wrong way. When...
by Mike Simmons 5 years ago
From the Land of Fruits, Nuts and Flakes comes this:http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/201 … ay_50.htmlWhat's next? Like I said in my hub, "The Science of Incrementalism": "They can't get guns outlawed, but they can make owning one difficult...damn difficult."
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