Look for a hybrid apnea mask. Has nasal pillows and a lower portion that covers the mouth.
Did the study attempt to cope with the underreporting issue?
I hope i am not making judgement calls in the JE. I just wanted to convey my state of mind.
No, didn't sound judgmental to me, just wanted to offer my view of how diverse the mores of American Evangelical Fundamentalists can be (my view from having been in a fundamentalist community for a long time).
I would have expected a high correlation between the the Conservative Dress bucket and Non-Believers bucket.
I think there is a correlation so your expectation is justified, but there are all sorts of surprises from individual sects.
I also wonder about that cursing thing. She was scared of me thinking i might curse her. Where did that even come from?
That is very strange, who knows whether it was just childish imagination, doctrine or culture from the home or the church, or what?
Soon, every desktop in the world will be running it!
Next year, actually.
I assumed it was a joke. Nobody who has ever spent time in a US prison or spoken with someone who has would refer to the problem as 'an urban legend'.
Now how is Michio Kaku going to portray black holes as marauding monsters that travel around like itinerant serial killers, gobbling up everything in their path?
I suggest bringing in a robot sidekick named Maximillian to improve ratings.
A Christian who "takes the Gospel more seriously than anything else" would interpret those words as never responding to aggression with violence or legal defense. The latter implies you wouldn't even go after government who is violating the Constitution.
HOW ON EARTH DID YOU MAKE THAT LOGICAL LEAP?
Just because Christians are commanded to not respond to violence with violence does not mean that we cannot seek a peaceful, legal remedy. Christians are not commanded to be doormats, AC. Seeking legal (or criminal charges) against someone is vastly different from smacking some dude back.
In other words, a true Christian would not be bothered by the evils of the Progressives, the federal government, etc. Those are merely Kingdoms of Man.
Wrong again. Christians are called to be defenders of innocent life, and for true justice to be merited on earth. Take abortion -- you're making the statement that Christians shouldn't care about abortion because it's part of a Kingdom of Man. Well, if Christians are called to be the Light of the World, how can we stand idly by while innocents are getting slaughtered by the millions?
not being political and telling people how the president is a rodeo clown (that's judging, against what Jesus taught)
What Jesus was talking about was not discerning whether or not an action is sinful, we can judge that all day. Jesus would not object to any Christian saying homosexual contact is sinful. Jesus would strongly object to the Fred Phelps crowd saying all homosexuals are going to Hell. THAT'S WHAT JESUS MEANT WHEN HE SAID DO NOT JUDGE. He meant that He, and only He, through God the Father, is the Judge of Humanity that decides our ultimate fate - Heaven or Hell.
You know, AC, you should really have logged in. You should own your idiocy in this post.
Feminist hypocrites? First time for everything I suppose.
We all know prison rapes don't count. After all, only evil people are in prison to begin with.
Not all sexual assaults are rape. Way to move the goalposts. You work for the FBI?