mordorbund

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  1. mordorbund

    Hook, line and sinker

    Yeah, AI is a great buzzword, but you need to realize that the Pacman ghosts are AI.
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    Did Face to Face answer questions?

    Yup, YW will get the same amount as always and the savings in YM budget will finally go to the EQ.
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    Did Face to Face answer questions?

    And just how did you manage to get your motorsickle up there on the high dive?
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    Important Taylor Swift graph

    Taylor Swift. @The Folk Prophet was trying to incorporate her corpus into a stage musical.
  5. Maybe something more along the lines of this? Dangit! I still got there!
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    Not believing in the traditional Christ

    Not your voiced question, but prompted by the thread title and the quote you shared, here is what Latter-day Saints believe about Jesus Christ: https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/bc/content/shared/content/english/pdf/36035_000_25_livingchrist.pdf
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    Impeachment witch hunt.

    Wait, are you saying that congresscritters are using the power of their office to dig up dirt on a rival 2020 candidate? I'm told that's an impeachable offense.
  8. That's the beauty of procreation: It's only a next-generation problem. I don't have to worry about whether or not the earth can sustain 5 generations of growth, or even your "forever" growth. I only need to be concerned whether or not the earth can sustain one more generation. And @anatess2 has already posted a video that says, yes, the earth can sustain the next generation of growth. Add to that the fact that Wisconsin farmers are paid by the government to dump their dairy and plow produce back into the ground, and I'm confident that there's enough in the US to sustain another generation. All this lends strength to the Lord's witness that "there is enough and to spare" and that the global problem are one of distribution, commanding that "man shall take of the abundance which I have made, and impart ... his portion". <shrug> science raises a warning, engineers find a solution. We should be grateful for those that raise the awareness so the solutions can be found before there's a crisis, but let's not pretend that the doomseers have the only solution.
  9. @Serviteur du seigneur since you've moved on to nationalized insurance can I take that as tacit acknowledgement that my points are valid and you need to reconsider your population control ideas?
  10. OOOOOHHHHH!!! Jaredite dish-barges are TIGHT!
  11. Careful there, you're awfully close to advocating for slavery.
  12. In non-cushy societies, weaned children are laborers.
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    Kwaku at Payson Bible Church debate

    One problem with a Latter-day Saint debating unique beliefs from the restored gospel of Jesus Christ is that these beliefs come from modern revelation. I don't expect anyone who doesn't accept the Book of Mormon, Doctrine and Covenants, and Pearl of Great Price as scripture to hold the same beliefs I do. At best, I can hope they can be intellectually honest enough to see that my theology is self-consistent, and that biblical texts do not (usually) prevent such an interpretation.