1. Cosmos
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    23 Nov '05 23:13
    ...So yet another virgin mary weeps - it's a miracle!

    http://cbs13.com/topstories/local_story_325194429.html

    They wiped away the tears, fearing it was a hoax, but the tears came back again on the weekend.
    Well, that proves it can't be a hoax then. It can't be that the pranksters came back at the weekend or anyhting!

    All this goes to prove is that religious people are so desperate for some evidence, any evidence whatsoever to support their flimsy beleif system ,that they will cling to any posibility.

    It sure must be hard living life on blind faith and trust with no perceptible reason for your beleifs.
  2. Standard memberKellyJay
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    23 Nov '05 23:18
    Originally posted by howardgee
    ...So yet another virgin mary weeps - it's a miracle!

    http://cbs13.com/topstories/local_story_325194429.html

    They wiped away the tears, fearing it was a hoax, but the tears came back again on the weekend.
    Well, that proves it can't be a hoax then. It can't be that the pranksters came back at the weekend or anyhting!

    All this goes to prove is ...[text shortened]... e must be hard living life on blind faith and trust with no perceptible reason for your beleifs.
    You do play chess here correct?

    Have you ever missed a great move for or against you?

    You not seeing something does not mean it isn't there.
    Kelly
  3. Cosmos
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    23 Nov '05 23:32
    Originally posted by KellyJay
    You do play chess here correct?

    Have you ever missed a great move for or against you?

    You not seeing something does not mean it isn't there.
    Kelly
    What does this have to do with anything?

    This is about seeing something which is not there. (i.e. a weeping Virgin Mary which has been faked).
  4. Standard memberRBHILL
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    23 Nov '05 23:36
    Originally posted by howardgee
    What does this have to do with anything?

    This is about seeing something which is not there. (i.e. a weeping Virgin Mary which has been faked).
    I agree.
  5. Standard memberRBHILL
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    23 Nov '05 23:37
    Originally posted by howardgee
    ...So yet another virgin mary weeps - it's a miracle!

    http://cbs13.com/topstories/local_story_325194429.html

    They wiped away the tears, fearing it was a hoax, but the tears came back again on the weekend.
    Well, that proves it can't be a hoax then. It can't be that the pranksters came back at the weekend or anyhting!

    All this goes to prove is ...[text shortened]... e must be hard living life on blind faith and trust with no perceptible reason for your beleifs.
    My personal testamony for myself proves to me a evidence.
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    23 Nov '05 23:49
    Originally posted by RBHILL
    My personal testamony for myself proves to me a evidence.
    Are you using Babelfish?
  7. The sky
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    24 Nov '05 00:11
    Originally posted by Starrman
    Are you using Babelfish?
    If so, maybe it can be un-babelfished? Let's see...

    "My personal certification for me examines a proof to me."
    (RBHillish (corrected for spelling mistake) to German to English)

    "My private proof because your own itself prove evidence to me."
    (RBHillish to Japanese to English)

    "My personal explanation for me proves an evidence with me."
    (RBHillish to Dutch to French to German to English)

    I think I haven't found the right combination yet.
  8. Cosmos
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    24 Nov '05 00:45
    Originally posted by KellyJay
    You do play chess here correct?

    Have you ever missed a great move for or against you?

    You not seeing something does not mean it isn't there.
    Kelly
    I forgot that Kelly Jay claims to have personally experienced God.

    Unfortunately his 'experience' is so ridiculous that he is embarrassed to explain it.

    Keep on clinging to those slim threads of evidence, you God botherers!
  9. Not Kansas
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    24 Nov '05 01:07
    Originally posted by howardgee
    ...So yet another virgin mary weeps - it's a miracle!

    http://cbs13.com/topstories/local_story_325194429.html

    They wiped away the tears, fearing it was a hoax, but the tears came back again on the weekend.
    Well, that proves it can't be a hoax then. It can't be that the pranksters came back at the weekend or anyhting!

    All this goes to prove is ...[text shortened]... e must be hard living life on blind faith and trust with no perceptible reason for your beleifs.
    Question: Why is the Virgin always weeping if "God's in His Heaven and all's well with the world"?
    Things are going according to plan, aren't they?
    I mean, isn't it all written?
  10. Standard memberHalitose
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    24 Nov '05 06:28
    Originally posted by howardgee
    What does this have to do with anything?

    This is about seeing something which is not there. (i.e. a weeping Virgin Mary which has been faked).
    When it comes to weeping statues, I am also a skeptic. Sometimes there are perfectly natural explanations. As you centend that is has been faked, do you have any proof for this assumption?
  11. Standard memberHalitose
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    24 Nov '05 06:301 edit
    Originally posted by howardgee
    I forgot that Kelly Jay claims to have personally experienced God.

    Unfortunately his 'experience' is so ridiculous that he is embarrassed to explain it.

    Keep on clinging to those slim threads of evidence, you God botherers!
    I see you are still using your best (and I am sometimes tempted to think, only) means of rebuttal: ad hominem
  12. Cosmos
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    24 Nov '05 07:08
    Originally posted by Halitose
    I see you are still using your best (and I am sometimes tempted to think, only) means of rebuttal: ad hominem
    merely stating the facts.
  13. Standard memberHalitose
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    24 Nov '05 07:241 edit
    Originally posted by howardgee
    merely stating the facts.
    Facts? Who are you to judge whether somebody's experience with God is or is not susbtantial enough to warrant a belief in Him?
  14. Felicific Forest
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    24 Nov '05 13:25
    Originally posted by howardgee
    ...So yet another virgin mary weeps - it's a miracle!

    http://cbs13.com/topstories/local_story_325194429.html

    They wiped away the tears, fearing it was a hoax, but the tears came back again on the weekend.
    Well, that proves it can't be a hoax then. It can't be that the pranksters came back at the weekend or anyhting!

    All this goes to prove is ...[text shortened]... e must be hard living life on blind faith and trust with no perceptible reason for your beleifs.
    Gee, Howard ..... 😲

    Fallacy: Hasty Generalization

    Also Known as: Fallacy of Insufficient Statistics, Fallacy of Insufficient Sample, Leaping to A Conclusion, Hasty Induction


    http://www.nizkor.org/features/fallacies/hasty-generalization.html
  15. Felicific Forest
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    24 Nov '05 13:272 edits
    Originally posted by howardgee
    I forgot that Kelly Jay claims to have personally experienced God.

    Unfortunately his 'experience' is so ridiculous that he is embarrassed to explain it.

    Keep on clinging to those slim threads of evidence, you God botherers!
    Again ! 😲


    Fallacy: Hasty Generalization

    Also Known as: Fallacy of Insufficient Statistics, Fallacy of Insufficient Sample, Leaping to A Conclusion, Hasty Induction


    http://www.nizkor.org/features/fallacies/hasty-generalization.html
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