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Re. brain sizes: Einstein's and women's

Jd JDay123 at BellSouth.net
Fri Oct 25 13:52:03 EST 2002

"John Knight" <jwknight at polbox.com> wrote: 

>"Jd" <JDay123 at BellSouth.net> wrote in message
>news:3db8661a.6049968 at newsgroups.bellsouth.net...
>> Bob LeChevalier <lojbab at lojban.org> wrote:
>> >JDay123 at BellSouth.net (Jd) wrote:
>> >>LOL!  I remember some of those wiccans quoting the bible too!  It's
>> >>ridiculous.  The pagan thingy goes like this... " I don't believe in
>> >>your God but this [insert a Christian quote] is what He told you to
>> >>do".
>> >
>> >Has it never occurred to you that many of those who have chosen NOT to
>> >follow the Book have studied it carefully before choosing something
>> >else?  They also have to deal with people trying to convert them all
>> >the time, so they get plenty of opportunities to learn the key
>> >teachings of the Bible.
>> No, it never occured to me.  I did not choose to "follow the book"
>> or to even follow God.  God Himself chose me.  After that I figured
>> it was a good idea to read His book.  Now if you're telling me you
>> know folks who have the ability to actually choose God reguardless
>> of what God Himself has decided, well, I think you've been misled by
>> those folks.
>> Jd
>*Reading* the Holy Bible and *comprehending* it are two entirely different,
>unrelated, and sometimes contradictory phenomenon.  Most American 12th grade
>girls *read* math and physics books, but TIMSS proved behyond the shadow of
>all doubt that their *comprehension* of these subjects was ZERO, or LESS
>than zero http://christianparty.net/timssphysics.htm
>Most of the 900 million niggers in Africa READ, or had read to them, the
>Holy Bible, but do you think they understood even ONE word in it?  They will
>argue with you until the sun comes up that "thou shalt not steal" does NOT
>mean "thou shalt not steal".  If they don't get that one, you can bet they
>don't and can't get the rest.
>John Knight

I knew an American negro one time who was constantly worrying about
his younger brother stealing from him.  Since they both moved into
the same apartment, he had to give his younger brother a key.  Lo
and behold, he came to work one day all peed off because his brother
had stolen his VCR, camcorder, and a few other things.

I get the impression  that for some reason blacks think that if you
don't get caught, stealing is not only OK but it's a way of life
much like it was a way of life for indians to steal horses from
neighboring tribes.  To them, horse thievery was almost like a rite
of passage into manhood I suppose.

In all fairness whites have been known to steal too, but I don't
recall ever hearing of any of my white friends being ripped off by
their own brothers or sisters.  

The difference is that of core moral values I suppose.


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