LOL! Or www.aa.org perhaps...? >8^D
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Wow. And you were the one accusing the alleged geek of a knee-jerk reaction? So what do we call your last couple posts - uber-jerk reaction?
Your honour, I cite into evidence exhibit A: "The Big Bang Theory"! (hey, everyone I know loves a funny geek
Hence the old adage "no one ever got sacked for buying IBM".
Point of order: last I checked Oracle owned 'Open Office' & it is anything but open, ahem.
Libre Office is the fork that is still truly open I believe, or as open as anything ever can be, except maybe for Miley Cyrus' legs.
STFU all you AC donkey raping shit eaters & uncle fuckers!
Yeah, he's a poser - monks must be lawful. And that multi-class combo never existed in any *real* D&D campaign setting! What a nub.
Except you left out your actual level noob! With that much money either you had a rich daddy, or you've actually killed a few rich daddies in the back alleys of...Waterdeep.
Because "It's a scam" is so much more transparent and less cowardly than "AC"...? Says me!
But they had the promise of gold to die for back then. If they made it & got rich enough they could afford passage back to the old world, hell they could afford to buy an entire shipping line! Except 99.999999% of them never made it that far, eh.
Ignoring relativistic effects & GR in general (pardon the puny pun), it would take a ship almost 6 months & less than 1/10th of a light year to reach 0.5c, assuming a constant 1g acceleration. So, the only question is, what propulsion method are we going to have in the conceivable future that can sustain that kind of thrust with X number of humans and a total weight of Y (inc fuel/propellant)..? For ref, Saturn V weighs 3000 tons & can only produce thrust for 17 mins with all 3 stages at about 3Gs max. I'm not sure even nuclear fusion can produce enough energy to self-propel that much mass for that long. Isn't there a critical thrust-to-weight ratio at which a propellant can no longer produce enough thrust to out-power its own system's weight...? So what would the ship be expelling & where would it get that much raw mass-energy from for 6 months?
You AC penis-lovers should get a room. Full of dildos. Have fun!
You sure this is from a Gospel quote, and not just Jesus in fact quoting (or paraphrasing) from the OT? Or just one of the apostles or historians from another NT book...? Do you have a chapter & verse quote?
Jesus was very clever & careful not to say very much if anything at all on highly contentious topics, such as homosexuality, corporal/physical punishment or child discipline, women's rights, racial topics, etc. Hell, he even admonished his disciples to the point of "slaves obey your masters [with good grace]"!
In any case, he did also whip the Pharisees good & proper outside the temple, which they were using as a market stall area for profit; even though he did so in utter indignation & disgust & they well deserved it (according to their own rules in fact), one could argue that his intention, from a purely theological POV, wasn't to condone violence at all, rather to demonstrate its folly. Or it was simple justice, take yer pick. He certainly wasn't a pacifist - don't make that mistake.
Having said that, the AC you replied to is right on the money biblically, no pun intended, so I'm bemused he didn't use his real name/moniker. I guess this slashdot internet thingy makes it all too easy to post even wisdom anonymously, heh.
Why would I pay Fuxtel $100 per month to watch 1 or 2 shows I actually like & get shovelled 100 others I could care care less about, most of them reruns or months/years old...?
People download for all sorts of reasons, like avoiding being exposed to ad-infested 42min shows with 20mins of brain-dead shovelware being forced down our optic nerves.
Disclaimer: I don't watch BB but might go & download all the seasons right now
You might like to take a closer look at our recently deposed PM & self-confessed atheist here down under to see that religious views have little to do with competency, character or moral fibre, especially when it comes to politicians. Me, personally - I'd prefer a leader who I know doesn't think they're God, make of that what you will.