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brynpoeth wrote:Took a bus today, one way, 10 minutes, first bus trip for years, except on holiday
(I walked the other way, 90 minutes )
Bought a ticket for €3,20. At the next stop two inspectors got on to check the tickets!
Do the bus company not trust one inspector to do he job on their own
661-Pete wrote:It was so much simpler in the 'old days' - the 'bad guy' was the one in the black hat....kwackers wrote:(I'm assuming here that gunmen look different to civilians with guns - perhaps they could wear a hi-vis vest with 'gunman' writ across it.)
Until the black hats learned to wear a white hat.......
It translates to me as either BG couldn't trust himself to be alone with a woman except his wife :shock: Or he didn't trust women that would be alone with him :shock: :shock: Odd innit? Honestly, I think it was to avoid any appearance of scandal, when so many TV preachers were involved in scandalou...
esp in the land of the free where there is so much poverty?if I was that well off I would feel very embarassed and feel inclined to give most of it away keep maybe £2-3m - thats enough for most people? There's a teaching in Evangelical Christianity called "Prosperity Teaching",which state...
It may not be respectful to post such a poll, but he was a public figure worth millions. Following on from the commentary both ways in the media, it hardly seems so horrid. Unless we should ban all disprespect pf public fingures on the forum? Or even just the dead ones? Billy Graham's opinions were...
Apparently at the shooting of Gabrielle Giffords (and about 20 other people, some of whom died) in 2011 two people entirely unconnected with the perpetrator drew legitimately held small arms and assuming the other was connected with the incident nearly took each other out. Says a lot for the idea o...
mjr wrote:reohn2 wrote:Bonefishblues wrote:.......Those referencing his support of communist genocide, do you have a reference/references?
I suspect that page may have been changing furiously recently!
Yep it seems to have been "amended"
- 22 Feb 2018, 10:46am
- Forum: On the road
- Topic: Cycle ways ( in London ) are a waste of Space?
- Replies: 15
- Views: 827
Depends on location. A plan to build an on road segregated facility in my area was rejected. Rightly so in my opinion. The road is currently safe to cycle. The new facility would have reduced road capacity in a place where cyclists are 1% of users. But that 1% could increase by a lot if people felt...
Redvee wrote:According to the Guardian DHL are at fault but not in the way people are expecting.
https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/201 ... gistration
He made a good living out of preaching. Net worth about $25 million. http://time.com/money/5168865/billy-graham-net-worth-quotes-money-greed/ Not bad for a man preaching the gospel of a penniless itinerant Arab Jewish carpenter who died horribly some 2000 years ago. My old Dad used to say "mon...
Greatest salesman of the century :roll: How do you mean? Christianity promises that if you take Jesus as your Lord and saviour* you'll go to a better place(heaven)when you die. Its a great sales pitch without an product,the original jam tomorrow and lots of it. That said if you follow the gospel's ...
- 22 Feb 2018, 9:13am
- Forum: Campaigning & Public Policy
- Topic: Diesel - seriously thinking of giving up cycling
- Replies: 918
- Views: 55409
ATM going off the number of large fuel guzzling pollution producing vehicles on UK roads,motoring is way too cheap. Not sure driving is cheap. I''d estimate my costs over the last 5 years as Depreciation 7.5k fuel 7.5k Insurance 1.2k Excise duty 0.7k Servicing & Repairs 2.2 Total £19'100 or 38p...
I dont think you understand the twist he and his type of funtamentalist evengelical did to the idea of a personal saviour - jesus became a big brother figure not just some one who saves you you had a personal relationship with him some one to take all your worries and concerns to in prayer as you m...