So while you need to defer to other people in almost every part of your life, I don't think this qualifies as "faith". Do you "believe" in your CPA, or do you trust him enough to let him do your taxes for you because of his track record and reputation? Do you "believe" in your auto mechanic, or do you just trust that he won't screw up your brakes because of his track record and reputation? IMHO there is a big difference.
First definition of faith (from dictionary.com): n. confidence or trust in a person or thing.
As far as I can tell, you're arguing that two synonyms don't mean the same thing. Unless you are an expert in every possible area of study and accomplishment in the world... you have to believe/trust/have faith that other people know what they're doing and talking about... because you can't specialize in everything on earth.
And for the past 3 years paying $46.36 per month
Dumbphones don't really cost all that much less from what I can tell... $20-30 per month plan.
Half of the cost definitely counts as "all that much less" in my book.
Since TV news is how most people become informed...
Just wondering what that statement is based on.
Yep, God's recipe there actually calls for human shit as an ingredient for that bread.
No... what it calls for is to use it as fuel for baking over... not as an ingredient (baking with vs. mixing with). A quick googling turns up this informational page which tells you how to make your own briquettes.
(not sure if CorporalKlinger is female or just wears women's clothes)
This should answer that question - http://fupaper.files.wordpress.com/2009/01/klinger2.jpg
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