1. Wat?
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    06 Nov '11 15:30
    All the bickering, innuendo, and tit-for-tat, it would appear to me that there is a great deal of respect for fellow men in this forum.

    I commend that because it is a display, at the end of the day, that we all do, indeed, love and care for each other.

    That is the ultimate display of humanity, no matter small divided sides.

    When it came down to it, we would meet, have a beer, shake hands and show of incredible respect to each fellow man.

    I think you agree, or would like to think you agree.

    Mike.
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    06 Nov '11 15:41
    Originally posted by mikelom
    All the bickering, innuendo, and tit-for-tat, it would appear to me that there is a great deal of respect for fellow men in this forum.

    I commend that because it is a display, at the end of the day, that we all do, indeed, love and care for each other.

    That is the ultimate display of humanity, no matter small divided sides.

    When it came down to it, ...[text shortened]... le respect to each fellow man.

    I think you agree, or would like to think you agree.

    Mike.
    Ok .. meet me down at the beach.. Im heading there now with a cooler packed with beers and drinks.
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    06 Nov '11 16:11
    Originally posted by Rajk999
    Ok .. meet me down at the beach.. Im heading there now with a cooler packed with beers and drinks.
    i thought you were under-age to drink alcohol? did someone buy it for you?
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    06 Nov '11 18:121 edit
    Originally posted by mikelom
    All the bickering, innuendo, and tit-for-tat, it would appear to me that there is a great deal of respect for fellow men in this forum.

    I commend that because it is a display, at the end of the day, that we all do, indeed, love and care for each other.

    That is the ultimate display of humanity, no matter small divided sides.

    When it came down to it, ...[text shortened]... le respect to each fellow man.

    I think you agree, or would like to think you agree.

    Mike.
    Yes, I even waste my time trying to educate and reason with those who
    have a reprobate mind. Is that not love?

    P.S. I am not sure about the respect part though.
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    06 Nov '11 19:25
    Originally posted by mikelom
    All the bickering, innuendo, and tit-for-tat, it would appear to me that there is a great deal of respect for fellow men in this forum.

    I commend that because it is a display, at the end of the day, that we all do, indeed, love and care for each other.

    That is the ultimate display of humanity, no matter small divided sides.

    When it came down to it, ...[text shortened]... le respect to each fellow man.

    I think you agree, or would like to think you agree.

    Mike.
    Of course!

    I think the thing some people miss is that most people come here to argue and bicker; it's called making friends on the internet.
  6. Wat?
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    06 Nov '11 20:02
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Of course!

    I think the thing some people miss is that most people come here to argue and bicker; it's called making friends on the internet.
    piss off! 😛

    =M,
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    06 Nov '11 21:111 edit
    Originally posted by mikelom
    All the bickering, innuendo, and tit-for-tat, it would appear to me that there is a great deal of respect for fellow men in this forum.

    I commend that because it is a display, at the end of the day, that we all do, indeed, love and care for each other.

    That is the ultimate display of humanity, no matter small divided sides.

    When it came down to it, ...[text shortened]... le respect to each fellow man.

    I think you agree, or would like to think you agree.

    Mike.
    Some one give you a thumb down for this?!

    I wonder who it was since Dasa isn't around ...
  8. Standard memberkaroly aczel
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    06 Nov '11 21:17
    Originally posted by mikelom
    All the bickering, innuendo, and tit-for-tat, it would appear to me that there is a great deal of respect for fellow men in this forum.

    I commend that because it is a display, at the end of the day, that we all do, indeed, love and care for each other.

    That is the ultimate display of humanity, no matter small divided sides.

    When it came down to it, ...[text shortened]... le respect to each fellow man.

    I think you agree, or would like to think you agree.

    Mike.
    Sometimes,when I meet someone new, i will ask them if they want to go have a beer. (Having a beer is a very socially acceptable norm in these parts.)
    But sometimes they get their knickers in a knot about it. (Truly!!) And I have to back peddle or whatever.
    What? you cant talk about *whatever* over a beer? Insane.

    I mean they can say"no lets go have a coffee or juice instead".
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    06 Nov '11 21:43
    Originally posted by mikelom
    piss off! 😛

    =M,
    Have you got a scripture to back that up?
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    06 Nov '11 21:472 edits
    Originally posted by karoly aczel
    Sometimes,when I meet someone new, i will ask them if they want to go have a beer. (Having a beer is a very socially acceptable norm in these parts.)
    But sometimes they get their knickers in a knot about it. (Truly!!) And I have to back peddle or whatever.
    What? you cant talk about *whatever* over a beer? Insane.

    I mean they can say"no lets go have a coffee or juice instead".
    But the down side is, however, when you get drunk while posting here at RHP all you can do is take a swing at the computer monitor when you get into a spat.....unless the wife or dog are close by that is. 😛
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    06 Nov '11 21:59
    Originally posted by karoly aczel
    Sometimes,when I meet someone new, i will ask them if they want to go have a beer. (Having a beer is a very socially acceptable norm in these parts.)
    But sometimes they get their knickers in a knot about it. (Truly!!) And I have to back peddle or whatever.
    What? you cant talk about *whatever* over a beer? Insane.

    I mean they can say"no lets go have a coffee or juice instead".
    Do you have something against talking over a beer?
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    06 Nov '11 22:042 edits
    Originally posted by whodey
    But the down side is, however, when you get drunk while posting here at RHP all you can do is take a swing at the computer monitor when you get into a spat.....unless the wife or dog are close by that is. 😛
    I dont get drunk

    edit: Dont worry,I'm mean enough with my words without having to take a swing 😛
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    06 Nov '11 22:04
    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    i thought you were under-age to drink alcohol? did someone buy it for you?
    Yep.. you have been losing a lot of arguments to a 12 year old.

    You must have the mental age of a 10 yr old.
  14. Standard memberkaroly aczel
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    06 Nov '11 22:071 edit
    Originally posted by Rajk999
    Do you have something against talking over a beer?
    (Again no smiley face so I assume you're not joking)

    So whodey thinks I get drunk while here at rhp while you think I have something against having a beer and a chat.

    Did either of you read my post?
  15. Standard memberkaroly aczel
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    06 Nov '11 22:111 edit
    Just a couple of days ago I ran into an old friend who was there with his mum. I said asked if I could come by some time and have a beer and a chat. Because his mum was there he started going on about how he doesn't drink and I said no probs we'll just have a coffee then.

    Despite being a grown man , he had to perpetuate that lie,(ie that he doesn't drink).
    I can only assume that his mum was some sort of fundie... P'haps she lost her husband to alcoholism or something but I am still thinking the former.

    Anyway it was all a bit awkward for me as only 2 weeks ago I was at his place having a few drinks

    (Just thought I'd throw that in to clarify)
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