TheGingerMan wrote:Fruit of wisdom?
A likely story, indeed.
Glaring omission of the olive and the tomarto.
Did I make a mistake? I obviously meant the fruit that grew on the tree of knowledge!? I am sorry I don't know the English terms (I am not).
urodacus wrote:OTTO wrote:urodacus wrote:But please pray for me, if it makes you feel better.
That's not how it works, son. You have to give in order to receive. It's a law of nature; goes back to Adam and Eve getting thrown out of the Garden of Eden for pinching off the fruit of wisdom to the Japanese people getting tormented by apocalyptic catastrophies for playing with the atom.
Shirley you jest?
Japanese people play with the atom so they get tormented by earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear meltdown?
that's a bit of a poor effort.
Americans get infected with AIDS for being gay
jewish people get exterminated in WWII for being Jewish infidels controlling the world banking system.
Muslims in Iraq get smacked about the head for believing in the impurity of pork and dogs.
Anyway, growing up in Sydney, my gay friends always told me it's better to be a giver than a receiver so I agree with you on that score.
Well, I wouldn't jump into wild conclusions there. First off, I totally agree on the AIDS-phenomenon with you. I might add it's not just homosexuality, but aposta in a whole. The holocaust and the war in Iraq were clearly manmade though, I can't make out a heavenly intervention there and I would keep my distance to people who bring those events in correspondence with they victims being heathens and the murderers of Christ.
Clever flip on that receiving sentence. Of course your homosexual friends always told you about that, urodacus. Totally fine with me mate.