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Quote# 136803

The irony is that people think science tells people to disregard their gut instinct, when it is in fact the engine behind all advances.

sickburnbro, Gab 3 Comments [2/20/2018 3:51:37 PM]
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Quote# 136801

RIP Mr. Edgar Ray Killen of Union, Mississippi, you along with many other courageous patriots fought the first wave of Cultural Marxism to prevent the rot of traditional America! TIMOTHY 4:7-8

Beloved Heritage, Twitter 7 Comments [2/20/2018 1:12:30 PM]
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Submitted By: JeanP

Quote# 136799

Is Elon Musk the Antichrist?

"And he performs great signs, so that he even makes fire come down out of heaven to the earth in the presence of men." (Revelation 13:13). Flacon Heavy?

There are already too many signs, including his demonish mother Maye.

Anonymous Coward, Godlike Productions 7 Comments [2/20/2018 1:09:36 PM]
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Submitted By: Yossarian Lives

Quote# 136798

my new t-shirt!

Your Abortions
Kill More Children
Than My Guns


on the back...

2000 Dead Children
Every Day

Anonymous Coward, Godlike Productions 5 Comments [2/20/2018 1:09:27 PM]
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Submitted By: Yossarian Lives

Quote# 136791

[Bolding added, when you hate fat people so much that you consider it a mark against feeding the poor]

Sorry Bill. Not quite right. The 10% tithing does not go towards welfare at all.
The welfare program comes from a system we have where we are expected to fast for two meals a month, and pool that money to help the poor. Unlike taxes, we literally sacrifice our meals to feed others. The recipients of this assistance know that they are quite literally having others go hungry to help them out. While there are still abusers and freeloaders, of course, I think this cuts down substantially on the sense of entitlement I often see in tax-based government welfare programs.

Don’t get me wrong though — there is no public shaming or the like in the program. The congregation is unaware of who is receiving the funds, aside from a couple of trusted volunteers that are in the know in administrating the funds (which are fully audited as well, of course, to prevent abuses).

The program works quite well, and my son once did an analysis of data on hunger in the US that indicated that if this “skip two meals once a month to help others” program were deployed nationally, it could end hunger in the US.


Thanks for the info. So there’s actually a separate “tax” beyond the 10% tithing, which comes out to roughly what? I know Mormons know how to eat on the cheap (so do I; I have been known to visit the bulk aisles at Winco from time to time), so the cost of two meals could vary considerably.

Also, what about the hard cases? Say you have someone who just sleeps in until noon every day, spends the rest on social media and blows her child support check on frivolous entertainment and sexy clothes, yet still has an pharaonic sense of entitlement. This is actually a pretty common profile, BTW. How do you deal with her?

As to your son’s idea, I’m sure he’s correct. Skipping two meals a month would more than eliminate hunger in the US. However, it would have another less desirable consequence: it would exacerbate the class difference in obesity rates by making the middle class and above thinner while making the underclass even fatter.

Bill P, Unz 4 Comments [2/20/2018 1:08:32 PM]
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Quote# 136781

Second Amendment--necessary and Godly!

My esteemed fellow Christians,

I trust it that you have all seen the news relative to the shooting that occurred at a secular public school in Florida earlier today. In Parkland, FL, a servant of satan named Nikolas Cruz shot 17 high school students to death in the name of satan. This is exactly why that as a real Christian I encourage everyone to vote for the Constitution Party in all elections. They are far from being model Christians, but it is the best we've got and the best chance that the Christian has to start TRULY taking our country back!

Relative to today's shooting attack, we can certainly expect the membership of the Demoncratic party and all manner of other satanists (Matthew 12:30) attacking our Second Amendment rights and therefore attacking Jesus Himself and His KJV! How so? Simple: because the Second Amendment is Biblical, duh! Our Bible says the following, to wit: "Then said he unto them, But now, he that hath a purse, let him take it, and likewise his scrip: and he that hath no sword, let him sell his garment, and buy one." Luke 22:36. Have these satanists forgotten that going against Jesus, they WILL get their just reward, and likely not just in the next life but also in this one (1 Samuel 5:12)?

As Christians it is our duty to come out in the defense of our Constitution and our Bible and against the heathens that want to undermine both. In fact, it is lack of proper Second Amendment protections that caused such fatalities during this shooting. Just imagine if the law was being applied properly, and all Christian students at that high school were allowed to carry firearms. That would've saved a lot of lives, including the pagan lives! If anything, the pagan/heathen/satanist element ought to be supportive of such glorious ideas, that would end up saving their lives, instead of opposing us!

I trust it that all real American Christians will contact their congressmen to express the need to strengthen our Second Amendment right, remove silly limits on Christian gun ownership, and start saving lives!

In the name of our Savior,
Brother T

Tony Demarcus, Ph.D., D.D., Disqus Grace and Truth 6 Comments [2/20/2018 1:05:17 PM]
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Quote# 136774

Lady Checkmate's headline: "'Big Bang Theory' star Mayim Bialik slams NRA, calls for 'civil disobedience' to change gun laws"

(cut-and-paste of Fox news story: http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2018/02/18/big-bang-theory-star-mayim-bialik-slams-nra-calls-for-civil-disobedience-to-change-gun-laws.html)

hytre64:
I hate to tell it to you, Darlin'. You AREN'T the Brilliant Physicist you play on the small screen. You are an actor who speaks out the lines given to you (and woodenly at that).
Please let those who actually have a solution speak, rather than trying to draw attention to yourself without providing anything materially to solve the problem.

Jamest8585:
you are speaking out....why can't she?

Lady Checkmate:
JamesT8585 (Jamest8585), please comment on topic and not on [commenters]. "'Big Bang Theory' star Mayim Bialik slams NRA, calls for 'civil disobedience' to change gun laws" is the topic, [commenters] are NEVER the topic.
*Please read our community guidelines before commenting or posting here again...the link is in our channel's description (top right hand corner of your screen). Do not send me any off topic comments, nor questions nor concerns about my request here. If you have follow-up/clarifying questions or concerns please post them in the proper forum, not here, again, the link is in the guidelines. Sock accounts are both a Disqus TOS violation and a violation of our community guidelines.
Thanks for understanding.
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Mick Williams:
Another show I won't watch again.

Ted120:
Another leftist idiot.


Kleo:
I have the PERFECT solution to the American problem of teens entering schools and shooting their fellow students.
Let's pass a NEW law that makes it illegal for ANY person to enter a school and shoot students.
Problem solved.
I'll be here all week.

Blanche Dubois:
This isn't a humorous matter. Do you have solutions to offer? Because no matter how you feel about gun control, this can't continue. We can't keep sending our kids to school to be shot. There are real, viable answers and folks need to stop being defensive and be willing to have productive conversations.

Lady Checkmate (to Blanche):
Do you have solutions to offer OR are you here with a red pen to critique every one else's comments? Asking for a friend.
Seriously, comment on topic (not on [commenters]) or move on.
*Please read our community guidelines before commenting or posting here again...the link is in our channel's description (top right hand corner of your screen). Do not send me any off topic comments, nor questions nor concerns about my request here. If you have follow-up/clarifying questions or concerns please post them in the proper forum, not here, again, the link is in the guidelines. Sock accounts are both a Disqus TOS violation and a violation of our community guidelines.
Thanks for understanding.
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Lady Checkmate, Disqus - News Network 9 Comments [2/20/2018 1:04:43 PM]
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Submitted By: Jocasta

Quote# 136770

It’s really quite simple:

Mormon welfare (among other expenses) is paid for with a 10% flat tax on earnings (tithing). It is also administered by elders who apply Mormon moral tests to recipients.

You don’t get much welfare for being a single mother whose baby-daddy is in prison for gang-related activities. Nor do you get it for being an adulteress, a layabout or an addict.

Therefore, Mormons who have it together can afford more kids, even if they are working class. Since having it together is correlated with rational decisionmaking ability, it is correlated with IQ.

Traditional Christianity used to be the same. The New Testament makes it clear that if you don’t behave yourself, do your fair share of work and make the right choices you’re out of the community.

Bill P, Unz 1 Comments [2/20/2018 1:03:12 PM]
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Quote# 136768

no one asked for my opinion but I’m giving it anyways...we as a nation brought these mass school shootings upon ourselves when we legalized abortion. we made it legal to murder unborn babies so God is saying “alright fine, if this is what you want then I’ll release my blanket of protection over your birthed children.” we reap what we sow & by murdering God’s unborn children, he’s allowing the deranged to murder our kids who’re walking this earth. If we want to fix the issue how about we forget guns and go straight to the root of the issue, that being how we’ve become a Godless nation. Bring prayer back into school, ban abortions, start living for God again and maybe this will all end. You’d come to find out it’s amazing what God can do if you trust Him and put Him first. Regardless I think it’s safe to say we can all agree it’s an awful thing to have to witness, let alone experience. As always, my prayers go out to not only those impacted but also to everyone in this nation. May God Bless us all.

Briana, Twitter 8 Comments [2/20/2018 1:00:18 PM]
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Submitted By: Yossarian Lives

Quote# 136790

Maryland 'Psychic' Convicted of Scamming Clients Out of $340K

A Maryland woman who said she was a psychic and scammed customers out of $340,000 to cure them of "curses" pleaded guilty Friday to multiple counts of felony theft.

Gina Marie Marks, who identified herself as Natalie Miller in her meetings with clients, stole from five people who sought her help over the course of more than two years.

Marks said Friday that she would return all of the payments she received. She walked out of court in Montgomery County with her husband, who wrapped a coat over her head.

She was adamant that her services are legitimate and she really is a psychic.

“People are racist from gypsies,” Marks said from beneath a black, puffy coat. “They’re racist on my culture. We do have power. We’re not allowed to talk about it.”

Police first learned of Marks’ tactics in May 2016, after a 26-year-old Chinese immigrant learned that her boyfriend was married to another woman. Seeking guidance, the woman saw an online ad for “Readings by Natalie.”

When the woman contacted Marks, she told her she would be able to cast love spells. But she said she would need large amounts of cash to do it.

Marks had the woman meet her at stores, where Marks used the woman's credit card.

The customer got suspicious after Marks had received more than $80,000 from her in cash and purchases. The woman asked for her money back and called police and a private investigator.

On four other occasions, Marks told clients she had the ability to reverse curses. In June 2014, one victim paid Marks and said she was told she would get her money back once the curse was broken.

She never got back the $2,654 she paid.

As Marks received cash and shopping trips with her clients’ credit cards, she posted pictures to social media of herself with expensive clothes, jewelry and purses.

Eventually, the private investigator hired by one customer was able to track down Marks at Miami International Airport. She was arrested before she was able to flee the country.

Marks is facing as much as six years in prison and is scheduled to be sentenced in August.

Gina Marie Marks, NBC Washington 13 Comments [2/20/2018 4:52:54 AM]
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Submitted By: Pharaoh Bastethotep

USS Sokal Award

Quote# 136789

Fake Research Paper Based on Star Trek: Voyager's Worst Episode Was Published by a Scientific Journal

“Threshold” is one of the most infamous Star Trek episodes ever. You know what’ we’re talking about—the one with Warp 10 and the weird evolved amphibians. Well, it was also the recent subject of a fake scientific research paper submitted in a test to expose the ever-growing problem of “predatory” scientific journals.

An anonymous biologist looking to expose how easy it was to get fake news into supposedly peer-reviewed scientific journals—inspired by a recent attempt that got a paper about Star Wars’ midi-chlorians published in three different journals—recently submitted a paper titled “Rapid Genetic and Developmental Morphological Change Following Extreme Celerity.” The author was listed as “Doctor Lewis Zimmerman,” which is actually the name of the holoengineer that programmed Voyager’s Emergency Medical Hologram.

The paper was essentially a recap of the events of “Threshold,” the godawful season two episode in which Voyager’s helmsman Tom Paris attempts to break the theoretical “Warp 10” speed barrier, something never done in Trek’s universe. Turns out, it’s for good reason, because apparently when you do reach the “extreme celerity” of Warp 10, you turn into a weird amphibian-person, capture your captain, evolve them into a weird amphibian-person, and then fully evolve into actual space salamanders and mate with each other.

Look, there’s a reason even the people who made this episode call it a “real low point.”

But nonetheless, the paper—which, while obfuscating its language a bit, was still very clearly fake, including mentions of the transwarp barrier Paris breaks in the episode and even concluded by thanking the United Federation of Planets and Voyager producer Brannon Braga—was accepted by four different journals, and actually published in one, American Research Journal of Biosciences. According to a Space.com interview with the anonymous biologist who submitted the paper, the journal asked for just $50 to do so. ARJ have now pulled the text from their website in light of media reports discovering that the paper is essentially a fancier-worded Memory Alpha page.

In the world of science publishing, the rise of “predatory” journals and a lack of proper checks on the papers that get accepted into them is a growing, disconcerting problem. Multiple sting operations into exposing the issue—including an alarming report by journalist John Bohannon in 2015, who managed to get a scientifically accurate, but intentionally poor and catchily-presented study, into predatory journals that then went on to work its way into the media—have occurred in recent years.

But with efforts like this Trek-themed paper and last year’s midi-chlorian one, it shows that it’s not just poorly-conducted research making its way into journals, but blatantly false papers as well. In a time when public faith in science is more important than ever, practices that allow for jokey incidents like this to happen only help to erode public trust in even the best science publishing.

American Research Journal of Biosciences, io9 15 Comments [2/20/2018 4:52:51 AM]
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Submitted By: Pharaoh Bastethotep

Quote# 136788



Mike Adams, Facebook 7 Comments [2/20/2018 4:52:43 AM]
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Submitted By: Pharaoh Bastethotep

Quote# 136784

Cancer

A few weeks later, right before Thanksgiving, she gets news that the lump in her breast she got biopsied back in May was, in fact, cancerous, not a cyst like we were originally told. Since the aforementioned phone call with me, she had been finding reasons to no longer enjoy being in FL, but this diagnosis sealed the deal. She moved back home to do treatment since oncologists here are stellar and tried to pull the “but I have cancer” card to get special treatment from me (it seems to work on most other people, understandably). I shut it down immediately and told her that I’m going to help her when she needs it, I’ll be there for the treatments, but that her cancer doesn’t change anything else so she needs to be a big girl and do shit for herself. She later told me that this was a turning point in her respect towards me, and her actions backed that up.

When she got back, almost nothing changed for me. I took the girls to school and gymnastics, and have a good reputation with the teachers/other kids’ parents because my girls are respectful, intelligent, and I’m sociable. The girls echo my sentiment of “Daddy’s house, Daddy’s room, Daddy’s whatever...Daddy paid for it, so it’s his.” In addition to lifting and doing BJJ at work, I started doing additional MMA training a couple of nights a week and helping out buddies with various projects. Wife starts hearing good stuff from my buddies’ wives about me, and I can see the hamster spin. She felt out of place, and I took advantage of a couple of comfort tests. She still insisted on doing marriage counseling, so I had the unit chaplain come to our house. During the flowing conversation, at one point I had mentioned that 3 requirements I have for the woman I’m with is that she’ll meet my sexual desires, cook food for me, and take care of my kids and my house when I’m not around. The next day while I’m putting down wood flooring in my house, wife comes sneering into the room and asks, “So you’re saying that if everything else were good but sex life wasn’t great, you’d leave?” I told her, “No, I’m not leaving my own house that I paid for. I implied that I’d divorce you and you’d be living somewhere else.” Gave her a wink and went back to the flooring. I honestly expected an explosive reaction from her, but she just went to the bedroom and came out an hour later, being a complete sweetheart.

The next big turning point is the unit Christmas party. She got her chemo port placed the day prior, and she knew she’d be losing her hair soon, so shit was getting real for her. I’m always the sharpest dressed at work, and the Christmas party was no different.

I got a lot of compliments on my 3 piece suit and my solid look, and the women at the party were all over me. No way I’d touch any of them with a 10’ pole, even if I was divorced (plenty of good-looking women, but all were either workmates or married to my buddies), but it was it was a super fun night. The changes in SMV that occurred since the time my wife left for FL couldn’t have been more stark. I fucked her brains out that night, and 3 times the next day. Since then, as much as she’s able, she’s constantly cooking, cleaning, and making sure things in our life are how I want them to be. She defers to me, values my opinion, takes pleasure in my happiness, and likes that I have control over all of our lives. Her hair is gone, she’s put on a little weight because of the drugs, but I know that shit is temporary and I still find her attractive. A couple of weeks ago while we were walking together, I asked her how she thought the marriage was going. She got a little bit of a tone in her voice when she said, “Well, I bet you’re happy since you’re getting sex and food all the time!” I gave her a smirk and raised my eyebrows to signal that she didn’t answer my question and I was still waiting for her response, when her face relaxed and she said, “Actually, I really am happy with things. I like making you happy.”

Conclusion

For anyone wondering why I haven’t done any OYS, I’ll say that I generally don’t have much of an issue with self-discipline (unless I have a coconut cream pie in front of my face). Plus I generally delete my comments, anyway; I don’t care about having a background for people to look at, take my comments at face value or don’t, I don’t care. I also wanted to wait a little while before posting to ensure that my marital gains weren’t just a temporary change that I’d lose after a few months. I did a lot of MRP stuff prior to PTSD, but I didn’t know why they were working, which meant that I didn’t have a solid plan on how to make my marriage keep getting better over the years. I’m grateful for the folks that put together the sidebar and consistently answer questions on r/askMRP, it helped me solidify a lot of thought processes that otherwise would have taken me a long time to define. I hope my experience here can help someone else out so I can pay it forward and show gratitude to others who have helped me.

Thegreatestape, Reddit 7 Comments [2/20/2018 4:49:54 AM]
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Quote# 136779

A group of six SC lawmakers are looking to define same-sex marriages as 'parody marriages'
Monday, February 19th 2018, 10:00 am EST
By Jeremy Turnage, Digital Content Manager

COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) - A group of six Republican lawmakers are looking to redefine marriage even after the U.S. Supreme Court upheld same-sex marriage in a landmark June 2015 ruling.

The "Marriage and Constitution Restoration Act" aims to refer to any marriage not between a man and a woman as "parody marriage." The bill says those marriages "fail to check out the human design."

The bill goes further and defines marriage as only a "union between a man and a woman."

Reps Josiah Magnuson, Bill Chumley, Steven Long, Mike Burns, John McCravy, and Rick Martin filed the bill in mid-February. All six lawmakers are running for re-election in the 2018 general election.

The Supreme Court made all bans on same-sex marriage unconstitutional following a 5-4 ruling in the Obergefell v. Hodges case.

Justice Anthony Kennedy issued the opinion of the court in that case.

"No union is more profound than marriage, for it embodies the highest ideals of love, fidelity, devotion, sacrifice, and family," Kennedy wrote. "In forming a marital union, two people become something greater than once they were. As some of the petitioners in these cases demonstrate, marriage embodies a love that may endure even past death. It would misunderstand these men and women to say they disrespect the idea of marriage. Their plea is that they do respect it, respect it so deeply that they seek to find its fulfillment for themselves. Their hope is not to be condemned to live in loneliness, excluded from one of civilization’s oldest institutions. They ask for equal dignity in the eyes of the law. The Constitution grants them that right."

The South Carolina bill was referred to the House Judiciary Committee.

Six South Carolina Republicans, WIS 24 Comments [2/19/2018 1:15:30 PM]
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Submitted By: Thanos6

Quote# 136776

Lady Checkmate's headline: "The desperate cry of America's boys"

(cut-and-paste of Fox News opinion piece by Suzanne Venker follows, link here: http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2018/02/18/desperate-cry-americas-boys.html

Lady Checkmate:
The alt-left hates masculinity and straight Christian men. Man stream media attempts to over-feminize everything. Pray for the boys and men in your life, and don't be afraid to let them be boys and men.

Lady Checkmate, Disqus - News Network 18 Comments [2/19/2018 1:13:01 PM]
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Submitted By: Jocasta

Quote# 136775

You’ve banned god, mocked people who believe in Jesus, and you think guns are the problem?

Ryan Fournier, Twitter 20 Comments [2/19/2018 1:12:43 PM]
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Submitted By: Yossarian Lives

Quote# 136773

Kris phoned in to discuss her views on science during a conversation about gene editing techniques and using animal organs in human.

Kris rang in to say that she believed that we are built in the image of God and that humans are special "because our brains are higher" and that humans are in a different category from animals.

Kris said that she didn't believe we evolved and that the "big bang theory has been disputed."

When Maajid explained what Darwin's theory of evolution Kris said she didn't believe that "because how come the monkeys haven't learnt to drive buses?"

When Maajid asked if Kris was opposed to science she said she wasn't, but the theory of evolution was "making God a liar because he said that he created the world in six days."

Kris, LBC 8 Comments [2/19/2018 10:45:03 AM]
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Submitted By: Yossarian Lives

Quote# 136772

No because justice, it could be argued, could have been to completely exclude for ever and everyone from God's presence....are you beginning to see the objections to personal ideas of justice being the benchmark?
You are conflating original sin with personal sin.
original sin is a fourth century concept. I think that my answer to this would best be summed up to one of your earlier claims that God should have made better humans. Funnily enough Christianity starts with humans in perfect communion with God and they spoilt the image. Think female Movie stars and Botox. Ah I hear you object, their spoiling of themselves is due to their human environment...In which case your excuse for them and their agency actually produces a version of original sin.

Christ of course is God's answer to the human predicament.

Private Frazer, Religion and Ethics 7 Comments [2/19/2018 10:44:30 AM]
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Submitted By: NearlySane

Quote# 136771

[I'm going to assume both "Gabs" are related and threading there is just broken]

Know why weirdos who didn't fit in never started shooting the popular kids at their high school back in the 1950s? Because nobody made the weirdos who didn't fit in go to high school back in the 1950s.

Compulsory attendance laws and "child" labor laws that keep high school dropouts from working are the ONLY cause of school shootings. Not guns. Not mental health

[https://gab.ai/ToddKincannon/posts/20102167]

Hell, if somebody tried to force me to go somewhere every day for years on end where everybody was shitty to me, where mongoloid football players, jigaboos, and whores were the "in-crowd," and where I was compelled by law to listen to lectures about black history and watch Bill Nye videos...

I can't condemn mass murder as an invalid choice in reaction to that.

[https://gab.ai/ToddKincannon/posts/20102515]

Todd Kincannon, Gab 13 Comments [2/19/2018 10:42:03 AM]
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Quote# 136751

A retreat offering meditation, yoga and reflection has attracted headlines all over the world for banning white people and men from attending.

The Women of Color Healing Retreat, held in the southeast Costa Rican city of Puerto Viejo, is designed as a sanctuary from the "racist ideology" of the US, and to connect African-Americans "to nature and themselves".

Founder Satya X says the retreat's goal is to have a week of healing and community building, which involves "enriching women-centred" workshops, hiking, swimming, meditating and self-care practices.

But the retreat founder's denial of Caucasian and male attendees has garnered the most attention, following a recent video report by Vice News.

In the footage, retreat runner Andrea X says she feels as though white people are "everywhere".

"I feel white people shouldn't even have passports," she said. "I have no tips for white people, let us have our space.

"Let us have our room and [you] hang out with other white people - you've done enough damage."

Andrea X says the ultimate goal of the retreat is to create a "community of black people" living in the central American nation.

She denied that idea could be viewed as motivated by the same hatred as white people who want segregation from blacks.

"It has nothing to do with [anyone else]. This is about us healing our community."

In another part of the video, retreat-goers said they would struggle to be as open and honest if, white people had been allowed to attend.

For many, the presidency of Donald Trump had pushed them to travel to go on the retreat.


Andrea X, NewsHub 11 Comments [2/19/2018 8:58:31 AM]
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Quote# 136626

(This quote is about changing the Wikipedia article of Aesthetic Realism -- a obscure NY-based cult that was famous in the 70's/80's for claiming they could cure homosexuality. MichaelBluejay is a well-known critic of the cult.)

The version MichaelBluejay posted is derisive and definitely POV. Sources include his own website, as well as anonymous comments on other websites. Entirely omitted is the philosophic basis of how Aesthetic Realism sees this subject in favor of a cartoonish version. From the beginning Aesthetic Realism is presented as out for publicity, “riding the buzz”.

The truth is that the only reason Aesthetic Realism and Eli Siegel dealt with the subject at all is because men, like myself once, did not like themselves for being homosexual and were looking for a way to change—and we found it.

Sure some men decided that Aesthetic Realism wasn’t for them and they preferred to live a gay lifestyle which, of course, is their right. But you would never know from this version that there are men who have lived meaningful, fulfilled heterosexual lives, including marriage and children, for 10, 20, 30+ years. The controversy and opposition can be presented, but it has to be in an evenhanded way.

CSaguaro, Wikipedia 4 Comments [2/19/2018 8:57:46 AM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 136582

Mary was medically proven to be a virgin while carrying Jesus.
If she was NOT a virgin at that point,she would have been an outcast,& no Jewish man would have ever married her.

If you can't understand how women can be proven to be virgins;Then you have a lot to learn about the female body!

razzle-dazzle, Y! answers 18 Comments [2/19/2018 8:54:57 AM]
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Quote# 136769



Ashgar Bukhari, Twitter 15 Comments [2/19/2018 6:41:52 AM]
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Submitted By: Yossarian Lives

Quote# 136767

You cannot be incel in the 3rd world

its literally impossible. you just a volcel/mentalcel if you live in a shithole country and cant get a girl.

flowerful, incels.me 14 Comments [2/19/2018 12:42:18 AM]
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Submitted By: Pharaoh Bastethotep

Quote# 136766

The blackpill is good for you. Would you rather live in denial wondering why you are rejected, or do you rather just accept that you are genetic garbage and move on because you have reason to not give a shit anymore?

don key, incels.me 10 Comments [2/19/2018 12:42:16 AM]
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Submitted By: Pharaoh Bastethotep
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