Equating the responsible enjoyment of a truly interesting, historical, fine craft beer with illegal drug abuse is not funny. Not even when you put a
"Ethanol is one of the oldest recreational drugs."
you can hardly find a PC in stores anymore...
99% of the websites out there won't display correctly.
Are you claiming that 99% of websites use flash? That's preposterous!
Maybe you're thinking of the wrong brand?
No, I'm mocking the Energizer Bunny campaign of ads a robotic bunny left the set of its own ad and started interrupting other ads for fictional products.
Whether you recognize the Duracell Bunny or the Energizer Bunny as a simple of everlasting battery life depends on where you are from. In Europe and Australia, Duracell has trademarked the use, in the U.S., Energizer did (they were the jonny-come-lately).
Did I just BLOW YOU MIND!
YOU BLEW ME MIND MAN
a particular English translation produced in the early 17th century is perfect since the translators were supposedly inspired by God.
I was always under the impression that the 47 scholars that translated the KJV, while sincere in themselves, were threatened under the penalty of death, if they were to purposely introduce false doctrine or make changes to the message therein. The wording is also said to be quite poetic, thus it's popularity as a translation.
The New King James Version clears up a lot of archaic language and does change certain translations.
You can take a word from ancient Hebrew or Greek and it could easily equal out to a whole sentence or expression of an idea in English, this is where some inconsistencies and contradictions in translation can arise.
Someone is unenthusiastic about your work.