Type: Posts; User: AndromedaPatFan
Well, yes. The more literally somebody takes Scripture, the worse they make their religion look.
Actually, being their insurance agent could be rather problematic.
Birds are being burned out of the sky when they fly over solar power collectors.
Who knew? I thought we were having an uncharacteristically cool...
It once again boggles my mind that somebody as ignorant as you tries to talk down to so many other people.
Longer than that.
Indeed. When people take religious books literally, all kinds of bad stuff flows.
Good job! That's the one I was slower to remember, actually. :)
The other main one was the deliberately lame BradyToPatten.
I think I made the BaneOfStupidity account from an internet cafe in...
You read things too literally.
We've discussed this in the past.
People have been arrested on numerous occasions for recording police, and it's an active area of jurisprudence. Did you truly not know that, or are you just feigning ignorance?
(Note: I wouldn't...
Is this because undesirable behavior is inherently female?
The part that really got to me is where he says you shouldn't even ask for an officer's name/badge number, because of the risk that doing so could get you injured or killed.
The dead guy has holes in more than his story.
By the way -- although the list claims that the headline humor was unintentional, my guess is that in some cases it was indeed planned, e.g the column titled "One-handed man applauds benefactors".
Best compilation of its kind I've seen. http://diply.com/trendyjoe/23-hilariously-unintentional-newspaper-headlines/47727/1
Unless Chris Christie is pissed off.
So do we imply it's his fault (and/or his bosses') that he got beheaded, or do we only say such things when a female journalist gets raped?
Excellent call. That was a great thread indeed.
How did trying to impose government on Afghanistan work out, either for us or for anybody else back to and including Alexander the Great?
I actually agree that Bush was right to smash the Taliban,...
That's not too different from what I said above. But I prefer my phrasing, as I don't like to joke about suicide.
Objective is a stupid line item on a resume anyway. It can much more easily do harm than good. For one thing, it's almost always insincere; the true objective is usually a version of "Pay my bills".
The core facts of what you did don't change according to what you're applying for. But the aspects you'd find expedient to emphasize well might. So I'd lean to customizing the resume.
Hyped really meant https://archive.org/index.php
Bayo PMed me that he was going to ban me soon, so I decided to post what I really thought. Then I posted under another name for a while, but he caught that after some months. (Trivia question -- what...
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