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    I'm writing a New Bible

    This is very true. The spirit has been leading God's people since before there was a Bible.
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    I'm writing a New Bible

    I know I have not posted much here in, oh, a year - wanted you all to know I've been writing a new Bible. Gone will be all "problems" with the Bible. My new Bible will be 110% accurate, inoffensive, pro-woman, non-controversial and easy to read. By eliminating all the troublesome parts...
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    The USA - home, but not home like it was

    Well, they tossed Nuclear power over Chernobyl. They are seemingly trying to emphasize 'renewable' and 'green' sources - in the wake of a rising population. Meanwhile, China is building power plants (filthy plants) and no one says much about it.
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    The USA - home, but not home like it was

    They don't have the generation capacity. Don't ask me why not, but they just dont.
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    The USA - home, but not home like it was

    Yup. 15 amps at 220 volts. You can see why air conditioning is so seldom used over there.
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    The USA - home, but not home like it was

    3.3 kW at any one instant, from what the guy told me.
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    The USA - home, but not home like it was

    My Facebook thoughts; Two weeks ago, I posted on here that the USA is the only First World Country - or some such ignorant nonsense. Fact is, just cause people in, for example, Italy are limited to a 3.3kW electric consumption (try making A/C work with that amount of energy), does not mean they...
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    The USA - home, but not home like it was

    I"m 58, this is my first time out of country. I wish I'd gone on mission trips and other trips when I was younger - the ignorance I've lived in is shameful. And even cooking at home is not going to work as well as life in other countries. Our corporate farms and over processing of almost...
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    The USA - home, but not home like it was

    Ok, not sure I posted here, but the company sent me to Milan, Italy for two weeks. I got home last night. I was rejected as a kid for military service (in 1979) because of how my heart sounds -I have a bicuspid aortic valve. (Not a big deal when you are 19, but it scared the two teams of...
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    US dependence on Chinese pharmaceuticals

    How did we get to where we are depending on China (or any other country) for medications?
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    Earth Destroyed by Nuclear War?

    First, we can't destroy the planet. Second, we could render it somewhat radioactive, inhospitable but we can't destroy it. Third, if there ever was enough hate to trigger a nuclear war, it's the Arabs against the Jews. The arabs should have attacked long ago, cause it's too late now - NO...
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    Can money buy happiness?

    $7552.65 - the total cost to move me out here. I think I'm worth it. :) See, the company told me (and a lot of us) back in February that, in order to stay employed, we had to move from Georgia to Dallas, Texas. I initially resigned when I found out how good the severance package was...
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    Think we'll know each other in heaven?

    There are numerous indications in scripture that we will know one another. In fact, I get the idea we will know EVERYONE - even those we never met. And I don't think that meeting an ex-spouse or anyone else will post a problem - for we will be changed, we will be spiritual beings in His...
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    The Screaming Room (for letting off steam in a healthy controlled way when you are feeling angry)

    It takes a LOT to get me angry, but I can get stressed easily. REALLY easily. Feeling pretty good right now, I'm hoping I don't need this thread anytime soon.
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    Can money buy happiness?

    Best post of the whole thread.