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Jul 19th 2012 4:04PM Left Lane! Drivers may complain about others driving slower than the speed limit in the left lane, but what they reallty mean is every lane. I drive the speed limit (55 in Illinois) in the right lanes, and always have some jerk right on my tail. In fact many evenings on the tollway I never overtake anyone and watch as everyone else passing me zips ahead at 80 or 90. What's wrong with this picture?
Jun 7th 2012 8:00PM You mean that I shouldn't be able to wear my French flag lapel pin on Bastille Day?
Jun 7th 2012 7:57PM "Just deserts"? Now that's cute. . .
May 21st 2011 2:40PM What? Keep religion in the church and the home! I say keep it in the church, the home, and the PUB, where you can have some pretty lively discussions about it.
May 9th 2011 4:54PM FYI, Kiki, it's "likelihood of his [not "him"] performing tonight." (gerund)
Nov 24th 2010 7:49PM Alie, a comment like yours on a site like this only underscores how many really "stupid" people there are out there.
Nov 13th 2010 12:31PM You do understand, don't you, that this TV show is a metaphorical representation of the tea-party movement: violence, masses of grotesque, hollow-eyed zombies.
Sep 3rd 2010 3:41PM Uh, that's not really a correct translation. "No" was substituted for "a" when the Hebrew Bible was translated into the early Bible versions--the Tyndale version, the Geneva Bible, the Douai-Reims version, et al. The error was repeated then in the still popular King James version, which many today are familiar with. The line should read "The fool has said in his heart that there is a God."
Which, of course, makes more sense anyway.
May 8th 2010 1:06PM Well, given the prevalence of morbid obesity in this country, you and others with your attitude certainly don't need a break from all the "it's unhealthy" admonitions out there, do you? In fact the more often it's said, the better.
May 8th 2010 12:51PM STEVE MOORE says, "Waagtod, I am a Christion...I don't want to kill you. NO Christian I know wants to kill you."
Reply: Aside from what "waagtod" might possibly mean, you must admit that a great many Christians, although they may not wish to kill unbelievers, do take an inordinate amount of pleasure in imagining the atheist writhing in the flames of hell--in some cases their reactions verging on unrestrained glee at the prospect.