It is you who are mentally handicapped.
I love the people who are brain washed like you who think the New York
is somehow to be used as a source of information. Of course they are a
of 'news' and it that is all you read you are ignorant of half the
So when you go down further to see your turtles will go there with
little facts if that is your source of news.
Larry Blanchard wrote:
"Bill" or is it "Steve" today or one of your other fake names. How
many fake names do you have time to make up? Do you work? Of course
not, must children don't.
I am still praying god will fix all of your personalities. Someday you
will find your real self "Bill" and won't need to hide behind lies god
Bill Dixon wrote:
What the heck - add "Stein" to the many names of the _one_ person you
imagine is thinking that American mental asylums are way too careless
about letting mentally disburbed patients out on the Internet without
adult supervision :-)
So "Stein" is another rage filled social outcast who likes trains and
posts on train boards.
There are alot of names you use but they all are the same thing.
Why are you so angry "Stein"? I will be praying for that name too.
Funny you only post when your other names do, on the same subject.
Hmmmmm why would that be
Stein R wrote:
Paul Harvey likes to occasionally mention bogus studies on the medical
power of prayer also. Very sad. He's a very respectable man in most all
aspects, but he is a tad gullible.
Medical proof for prayer? I'll accept it given an example in which medical
science without mythology fairs just as well.
One example? To date there is no record of a person surviving complete
decapitation. Medical science is working on this and they are surprising
close, in theory, to being able to perform a head transplant.
But let's keep science out of the equation to make the results clear and
spectacular. Find a case of decapitation, have Curt pray for the victim -
and to be nice I'll accept Curt placing the head in the general vicinity of
where it belongs on the body - and have the person be completely healed.
I'll believe in God then. But sorry, I find it hard to believe in God
healing things that a doctor can heal with a prescription pad. Especailly
since God and the doctor will have the exact same record of success.
Another example? Skydivers with complete chute failures. Why is it that
only a few have ever survived? Not enough faithful Christian skydivers?
How about gunshot wounds to the head? Isn't it curious that God's ability,
or willingness, to heal the victims is succeeds or fails in direct
proportion to the number of rounds that entered the skull? Again, God does
no better than a physician in this respect.
On Sun, 14 Jan 2007 14:39:26 -0800, David Nebenzahl
Certainly. But the research is constantly being undermined by the major
prosthetic head corporations.
Come to think of it, I wonder what brand of prosthetic head Curt has. There
have been some recalls lately. I hope he has kept on top of them. His
religious fervor could very well be a manufacturer's defect.
Actually, it's such an obvious "invention" once the question is put that
a patent should not have been granted. It's a senior bio-engineering
class project, is all.
The US Patent Office: underfinanced, understaffed, undertrained.
It's not going to post any reference to it's imaginary law. I still
can't decide whether it's genuinely disturbed or just a very persistant
troll, but either way it can't back up it's claims...
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