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Well we all know that it wasnt 170 million years ago. Its abot the size of a small child
That would be one HUGE small child!

A cousin of the dinosaur, ichthyosaurs looked like reptile versions of dolphins with their long snouts full of tiny teeth, flippers, and streamlined bodies. The Storr Lochs Monster would have been about 10 to 13 feet long, which Brusatte called a “middle of the road ichthyosaur,” as some could get up to 15 feet or so. It would have survived on a diet of fish and squid.

Not really you talking about the size they grow to I am talking about what they found.
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Not 'til the bitter end will I be silent! There's far too much riding on this. All of you that want to just play nice? I say go for it, but you better be prepared for a major smack down for your nice play should Hillary end up in the White House. History shows over and over again the results of standing by in silence.

Mr. Crowcamp,

Exactly what do you believe it would accomplish if those of us on the Trump train started to rant and rave about
everything we find wrong with Trump and our disapproval with policies he has proposed?

Exactly how would our smacking him down at every possible chance, as you do,  get him  elected , but talking about the good we like and approve of won't?

I realize that I am a mere woman, and in your mind far subservient to you, but I do know that if any of these threads are copied over to wherever they might go... they most certainly can and will influence a certain number of people
into switching their votes.

Should you believe that by some stretch that if we all jump off the Trump train and trash talk him about every thing he does and says is wrong.... and if this would make it's way to Mr. Trump himself... HE WILL NOT CHANGE THE WAY HE HAS DONE THINGS AND GOTTEN TO THE POINT HE HAS.

It was you, yourself, wwho said "What I am seeing is a totally worn out Kellyanne Conway that's doing her very best to keep this train on the tracks while her "conductor" keeps doing his very best to derail it."

IF someone he actually hired and is paying for advice has not been able to make him change, HOW can you possibly think that insulting the man would make a difference?

Well, I best get back to the basement as I know my time for being let lose has come to an end.

MS. Rella

You make a good point, Rella. If he won't listen to Kellyanne, why would he listen to us mere peons? But, you're missing something very important. Kellyanne is only one person. If Trump were to be inundated with e mails from unhappy supporters, he might (or very well might not because of his ego) actually sit up and take notice. Pounding him with advice and critical review might accomplish at least a little something. Saying nothing as though all is just fine erases that "might" completely.

Trump's main problem is how easy he can be baited by the opposition. I could care less about fat shaming, or bad microphones. Those are not "issues" with me. What is an issue, an ongoing issue, is his wasting of time discussing those non-issues! Yes, I have major disagreement with him on the real issues, but only by sticking to those real issues will he ever win. Train riders defending his every move accomplishes nothing. I don't care if the mic was actually operating incorrectly, I don't care if he called a lady "Ms. Piggy" twenty years ago. What I care about is the time he wastes on such inane subjects, has easily he allows himself to be baited, and by how little response there is to all of that from his most ardent supporters.

I guess you all have just agreed to leave everything to Kellyanne. I can't come up with anything beyond that.





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No that not what I said goper candidates lose when they play too nice. Democrat voters don't sabatogue their own candidates. No Democrat is ponting out that Obama criticized Hillary in 08 for the exact thing WE are talking about today. They don't knowing helo the Republicans.

And no, if anyone barely supports Trump vs Hillary, they ain't got a brain in their head. They may be "principled" brainless, yet brainless still.

I think there are lots of folks on both sides that just "barely" support their candidate. It's always been that way for me personally when it comes to Trump. And to be completely honest, he just about lost me with IvankaCare. Makes me furious every time I think about it. None too happy with his take on first strike, either. I think there's a lot of folks- again, on both sides- that could easily find a reason to just stay home this time 'round. And not brainless folks. Good Americans that have heard and seen just a little too much nonsense. There is a breaking point- for anyone.
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Not 'til the bitter end will I be silent! There's far too much riding on this. All of you that want to just play nice? I say go for it, but you better be prepared for a major smack down for your nice play should Hillary end up in the White House. History shows over and over again the results of standing by in silence.

Mr. Crowcamp,

Exactly what do you believe it would accomplish if those of us on the Trump train started to rant and rave about
everything we find wrong with Trump and our disapproval with policies he has proposed?

Exactly how would our smacking him down at every possible chance, as you do,  get him  elected , but talking about the good we like and approve of won't?

I realize that I am a mere woman, and in your mind far subservient to you, but I do know that if any of these threads are copied over to wherever they might go... they most certainly can and will influence a certain number of people
into switching their votes.

Should you believe that by some stretch that if we all jump off the Trump train and trash talk him about every thing he does and says is wrong.... and if this would make it's way to Mr. Trump himself... HE WILL NOT CHANGE THE WAY HE HAS DONE THINGS AND GOTTEN TO THE POINT HE HAS.

It was you, yourself, wwho said "What I am seeing is a totally worn out Kellyanne Conway that's doing her very best to keep this train on the tracks while her "conductor" keeps doing his very best to derail it."

IF someone he actually hired and is paying for advice has not been able to make him change, HOW can you possibly think that insulting the man would make a difference?

Well, I best get back to the basement as I know my time for being let lose has come to an end.

MS. Rella





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Just trust that Kelly ann is capable of handling things. Trump doesn't need goper voters to wear Dem masks pointing out every flaw.
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General Discussion Forum / Re: Whats the distinction?
« Last post by grace on Today at 04:41:06 PM »
Again, can you show me in the New Covenant that God sends sickness to teach us a lesson?

Why do you think a lesson taught means something bad?  Everything we face has a lesson in it. 

James tells us to count it all joy when we face trials of every kind.  You don't believe illness can be included in that, but I think there isn't much greater a trial than facing your own mortality.  ::shrug::

Whatever we rely on that keeps our heart fully sold out to God, He, if He sees fit, can remove.  He doesn't want us to worship idols, and we can make them out of just about anything.

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Jesus died not just that we could have eternal life but have it more abundantly...we are under a better covenant, right?
You have yet to explain why healing is in the atonement, and yet you say we can not be healed/or that he denies healing to some? Same as saying he will deny some to be saved, right?

There was healing in looking at the brass snake! Was there any sickness in the wilderness that He would not heal?

I am speaking of scriptures to show this.
I know God's ways are higher than ours...but I would never put sickness on one of my children, would you?

But, God isn't just a fluffy teddy bear. He sometimes tests our faith, grace.

What person on this planet wouldn't want healing?  None of us want to lose someone we love! NONE! Its our will that illness be wiped off the face of the earth, because illness hurts and its scary and it robs us of loved ones.  I understand wanting to believe that God will not allow it, will always heal it, etc...

but He is not us. Not even a little bit. He is higher, and greater and sees things with far greater distance than we do.
So you can not show me in the New covenant where God put sickness on people?!?

Even in speaking of the patience of Job...He healed him, right?
If you go on down in James He tells us to go to the elders for prayer... and what prayer is it that saves the sick?

You keep telling me it is God's will and there is no difference...But His Word tells us in James and Mark 16 to lay hands on the sick and they will recover.

I am not saying that we will never get sick...but He is our healer!

I never said God was a fluffy teddy bear...but He is not for child abuse either! If you were able to put a sickness on one of your children today...wouldn't they accuse you of child abuse? But you are wanting me to believe my heavenly Father would do that to me. He draws us through love doesn't he?

We are just going to have to disagree on this one MeMyself! Because His word contradicts what you are telling me.

Healing is part of the New Covenant!
Don't dodge these questions...just answer them honestly yes or no....
1. Is physical healing part of the atonement?
2. Does he tell us to pray for and go to others to pray for us...and we will recover from illness?
3. All through the gospels Jesus performed more healing than any other miracle, right?
4. When the woman with the issue of blood touched his garment for healing...was it her faith that healed her?
5. God is committed to a blood covenant and that covenant operates by faith, right?
6. When you were saved, did you ask God if it was His will before you were saved...or did you know it was his will?

Matthew 8:17, Isaiah 53:5, 1 Peter2:24 (notice the change of tense in Peter...ye WERE healed, right?) Our healing occurred at the cross (just like salvation). When we enter into the blood covenant by faith...we receive, right?

My conclusion is that you can not make divine healing conditional upon God's will when He has already told us plainly what His will is. He wants us to walk in healing!
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Yep, better to focus on microphones and old beauty queens. Maybe revive Super Pacs against Ted Cruz. And never mind the real issues. Who cares if we have another government mandated entitlement program? And what use is there in a first strike option? Let's revisit Slick Willy's sex life, and don't ever forget to talk about the wall! Definitely gotta say more about that wall!

The CHS handbook must be a doozy. Ways I would never have considered to blow an election. And the CHSer's are lovin' it!

You probably didn't listen to his rally today. He focused on drawing contrast between his policy and Hillary's policy, and Hillary's corruption. The MSM won't report on that, and you won't bring it up, either. They're still yammering on about the fat shaming that never happened - just like you. When are you going to stop behaving like the liberal MSM?

Well, thank goodness. Kellyanne must have finally got his attention. Five days wasted on fat shaming and microphones. Maybe he read another one of my e mails? Naw, that's too much to ask.

Interesting that you accuse me of "yammering on" about the fat shaming, yet it's you that's been posting all this "stuff" about precisely that. Another page of the CHS handbook I've yet to read. ::smile::
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No that not what I said goper candidates lose when they play too nice. Democrat voters don't sabatogue their own candidates. No Democrat is ponting out that Obama criticized Hillary in 08 for the exact thing WE are talking about today. They don't knowing helo the Republicans.

And no, if anyone barely supports Trump vs Hillary, they ain't got a brain in their head. They may be "principled" brainless, yet brainless still.
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I don't have a problem with Trump saying things "off the cuff."  The media will attempt to make up things if he doesn't give them material.

My problem has always been his positions and his past positions.
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He ain't gonna blow it. He HAS to go blow by blow on every crap thing they bring up. The Dems tactics work because Gopers play nice. They can't do that with these people. No one is undecided. Remove that from your list of potential problems with Trump.

So since the "Gopers play nice" and lose, we're all supposed to play nice with our GOP candidate? Sorry, that doesn't compute. Which page of the CHS handbook is that on, anyway?

Not about the undecideds, Jaime. It's about those that can barely stand to vote for Trump. He keeps giving them new reasons to bag the whole deal. But best we not be critical of him.
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