A TRUSE ON RELIGION, the Constitution and where it belongs in FOOTBALL

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    Is this thread in the sports forum because there is a mention of Tebow and Football somewhere in there?
    Posted by patsordie

    It's actually a spinoff from this thread:
    http://www.boston.com/community/forums.html?plckForumPage=ForumDiscussion&plckDiscussionId=Cat%3aSportsForum%3a9690Discussion%3ae6aec2f7-1b7c-4fe7-aa5e-db6fe9bf19d9&plckCurrentPage=0
     
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    In Response to Re: A TRUSE ON RELIGION, the Constitution and where it belongs in FOOTBALL : It's actually a spinoff from this thread: http://www.boston.com/community/forums.html?plckForumPage=ForumDiscussion&plckDiscussionId=Cat%3aSportsForum%3a9690Discussion%3ae6aec2f7-1b7c-4fe7-aa5e-db6fe9bf19d9&plckCurrentPage=0
    Posted by digger0862


    But still... whatever.
     
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    In Response to Re: A TRUSE ON RELIGION, the Constitution and where it belongs in FOOTBALL : Ignorance? your sure its ignorance and not just doing things quickly, laziness or some other simple form of lets just say not proof reading what we write? Personally Im not here to get a grade in spelling, I have finshed scool, with a ba in business, 10 years as a Union Official, 15 years sucessful business owner, im not bragging just stating facts . . .
    Posted by Stompper


    Priceless . . .


    simply priceless.

     
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    The only thing funnier than a union man defending laziness is some prissy little girl threatening people over the internet.

    I was wrong about you, Timmy. You are funny.

    In fact, you're the biggest joke on this board.

     
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    Hey STOMMPER,  dont let these 2 little Mice bother you. Have you read any of their posts?  For them to run their mouths about unions in this country then they need to have a hand across their mouths. Problem is with boys like this is they stand behind a keyboard and the first time someone says something to them or they get scared they turn you in.    p-mike is one of the biggest pansies on this board and now for underdog to run his mouth shows they are most likely kids trying to be men. What would they know about respect. We like your threads and think they are hilarious you and that guy Lazerus break up the boredom around here.
    P_MIKE and UNDERDOG, I got some advice for you. If you dont like someones post then shut the F up about it and go to another post. No one here gives a Sht what either of you 2 punks have to say, and Im willing to bet either one of you if you had to back up any of your words would be the first one to run the other way. Grow up and keep your mouths shut! By the way Stommper my dad was a union steel worker at the old ship yards, if these kids had ever mothed off to him or any of them like they did in here he would have taught them all about respect.
     
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    Laz- Uh-oh...they start talkin' about their favorite character from The Flinstones.  Mike likes Fred.  But this lady likes Barney.  AND that's it!  That's all Prairie can take, He's had it with this nutc#se girl.  So instead of saying a simple scr#w you and adieu,

    Wilma's pretty hot and she likes fat guys too so I think I have a shot.
     
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    Since were being asked to refrain from discussion of Religion, and the constitution I figured I needed to actually post on the issue... to this point in my nearly 10 years of posting on here and other sites like this I don't think I have ever posted on those subjects.... Interesting though because I have taken many courses covering the constitution and the founding of America to the point where I could teach the classes...litterally I could teach them but because I actually use this knowledge in other ways I don't teach...maybe in my retirement years I will teach an AP course somewhere.

    Ok now that that foundation was made here is the basic truth on these subjects...

    1. The Founding of America was made for one reason and one reason only... Religious freedom.  Many of the colonies that in 1776 became the United States of America were settled by men and women of deep religious convictions who in the seventeenth century crossed the Atlantic Ocean to practice their faith freely. That the religious intensity of the original settlers would diminish to some extent over time was perhaps to be expected, but new waves of eighteenth century immigrants brought their own religious fervor across the Atlantic and the nation's first major religious revival in the middle of the eighteenth century injected new vigor into American religion.

    The result was that a religious people rose in rebellion against Great Britain in 1776, and that most American statesmen, when they began to form new governments at the state and national levels, shared the convictions of most of their constituents that religion was, to quote Alexis de Tocqueville's observation, "indispensable to the maintenance of republican institutions". The efforts of the Founders of the American nation to define the role of religious faith in public life and the degree to which it could be supported by public officials was not inconsistent with the revolutionary imperatives of the equality and freedom of all citizens.

    This was why the BIll of Rights, the first 10 amendments to the Constitution led with Amendment one... freedom of religion and then to support that freedom of the press which was not meant the news media they meant litterally the machine to print things... like a Bible.

    Then to show how important this was to the American Populace they backed it up with the second amendment realising no people on earth remain free once their right to bear arms is removed. (Go ahead try to debate me on this I have given lectures on this fact)

    Ok in closing the taxation issue wasn't that they were being taxed it was they were being taxed to the gills and w/o representation in the Kings parliment, which you have to remember was there for the kings purposes in those days... and the "Americans" were still englishmen at that time and subject to Brittish law. The taxation was almost an "Oh by the way... we don't like this either".  So as you can see Religion was the main thrust of why this country became an Independent nation.
     
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    Laz I believe there are two dogs on this board GGG and GGGG. 4G has less posts and is much more aggressive in his posts than 3G, also p-mike called you the biggest windbag here so I don't know if want to defend him to vigorously. 
     
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    Since were being asked to refrain from discussion of Religion, and the constitution I figured I needed to actually post on the issue... to this point in my nearly 10 years of posting on here and other sites like this I don't think I have ever posted on those subjects.... Interesting though because I have taken many courses covering the constitution and the founding of America to the point where I could teach the classes...litterally I could teach them but because I actually use this knowledge in other ways I don't teach...maybe in my retirement years I will teach an AP course somewhere. Ok now that that foundation was made here is the basic truth on these subjects... 1. The Founding of America was made for one reason and one reason only... Religious freedom.  Many of the colonies that in 1776 became the United States of America were settled by men and women of deep religious convictions who in the seventeenth century crossed the Atlantic Ocean to practice their faith freely. That the religious intensity of the original settlers would diminish to some extent over time was perhaps to be expected, but new waves of eighteenth century immigrants brought their own religious fervor across the Atlantic and the nation's first major religious revival in the middle of the eighteenth century injected new vigor into American religion. The result was that a religious people rose in rebellion against Great Britain in 1776, and that most American statesmen, when they began to form new governments at the state and national levels, shared the convictions of most of their constituents that religion was, to quote Alexis de Tocqueville's observation, "indispensable to the maintenance of republican institutions". The efforts of the Founders of the American nation to define the role of religious faith in public life and the degree to which it could be supported by public officials was not inconsistent with the revolutionary imperatives of the equality and freedom of all citizens. This was why the BIll of Rights, the first 10 amendments to the Constitution led with Amendment one... freedom of religion and then to support that freedom of the press which was not meant the news media they meant litterally the machine to print things... like a Bible. Then to show how important this was to the American Populace they backed it up with the second amendment realising no people on earth remain free once their right to bear arms is removed. (Go ahead try to debate me on this I have given lectures on this fact) Ok in closing the taxation issue wasn't that they were being taxed it was they were being taxed to the gills and w/o representation in the Kings parliment, which you have to remember was there for the kings purposes in those days... and the "Americans" were still englishmen at that time and subject to Brittish law. The taxation was almost an "Oh by the way... we don't like this either".  So as you can see Religion was the main thrust of why this country became an Independent nation.
    Posted by DaBlade


    +1..
     
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    " Laz I believe there two dogs on this board GGG and GGGG. 4G has less posts and is much more aggressive in his posts than 3G, also p-mike called you the biggest windbag here so I don't know if want to defend him to vigorously ." Lol.  First, on dogg (the real one)-Wow, didn't even think of that copycat...so IF it was the copycat, my total apologies to the real O.G. dogg.  Second, LOL...yup, harley -very much aware of that, BUT see that's my point: Prairie in saying, " Oh great you just gave this board's biggest windbag reason to go on ," (or close to that) Is REALLY Prairie's coy way of saying in his bone-bare & dryly-curt way, " Hey, you cr#zy ole Laz bud...You got some wild and long posts, you silly head you. We bud's FOREVER ."  Yup, that's what he's actually sayin'...and I knew it allll along .   
    Posted by LazarusintheSanatorium

    Very good Laz you always see the positive....you drowning down there in all the rain?  how's the cat?....HRK  

     
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    I forgot with my long post on the subject I had a point #2 which is why I had a #1 point.. LOL

    So Point #2... what does any of this have to do with Football? And as far as Tebow I think he is a great man and I am glad he has a religious foundation to help him remain ballanced in his life... but I still think he is a wasted pick if made before the middle of round 3.
     
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    For the love of God, I ask this again - What the heck is all this discussion doing on a football forum? Take this *expletive* else where guys and go back to arguing if Pats are doing enough or not this season. Thats the kinda stuff I wake up everyday for. I wanna read posts on how Jets is getting better than Pats and how we can trade Maroney for Adrian Peterson. Where are the Mods when you need them.

    Laz, seriously man, break your stuff into multiple posts. I take a coffee break in the middle of every post by you. Seriously! And use the word football somewhere in there to bait me.
     
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    In the same way that modern society trounces on the Constitution (as though their instincts and desires know better), modern science trounces on antiquity.  Ironically, the latter also build their foundation on it; plagiarising constantly...as though everything was dicovered in the past 200 years.

    The further humanity strays from any understanding that is devoid of spirit (FYI: I am not pointing at relogion here), the more disease and problems it will encounter; closer it will come to annhilation.

    Of course, the subject can be footbal, baseball, politics, education...doesn't matter.  The human being (comprised of body, soul, and spirit) is the starting point.

     
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    a danger in pontificating on an message board.....there's always someone smarter and better educated than you.....
    Posted by pats-fan-2007

    I've yet to experience this phenomenon, but I'll take your word for it.
     
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    Since were being asked to refrain from discussion of Religion, and the constitution I figured I needed to actually post on the issue... to this point in my nearly 10 years of posting on here and other sites like this I don't think I have ever posted on those subjects.... Interesting though because I have taken many courses covering the constitution and the founding of America to the point where I could teach the classes...litterally I could teach them but because I actually use this knowledge in other ways I don't teach...maybe in my retirement years I will teach an AP course somewhere. Ok now that that foundation was made here is the basic truth on these subjects... 1. The Founding of America was made for one reason and one reason only... Religious freedom.  Many of the colonies that in 1776 became the United States of America were settled by men and women of deep religious convictions who in the seventeenth century crossed the Atlantic Ocean to practice their faith freely. That the religious intensity of the original settlers would diminish to some extent over time was perhaps to be expected, but new waves of eighteenth century immigrants brought their own religious fervor across the Atlantic and the nation's first major religious revival in the middle of the eighteenth century injected new vigor into American religion. The result was that a religious people rose in rebellion against Great Britain in 1776, and that most American statesmen, when they began to form new governments at the state and national levels, shared the convictions of most of their constituents that religion was, to quote Alexis de Tocqueville's observation, "indispensable to the maintenance of republican institutions". The efforts of the Founders of the American nation to define the role of religious faith in public life and the degree to which it could be supported by public officials was not inconsistent with the revolutionary imperatives of the equality and freedom of all citizens. This was why the BIll of Rights, the first 10 amendments to the Constitution led with Amendment one... freedom of religion and then to support that freedom of the press which was not meant the news media they meant litterally the machine to print things... like a Bible. Then to show how important this was to the American Populace they backed it up with the second amendment realising no people on earth remain free once their right to bear arms is removed. (Go ahead try to debate me on this I have given lectures on this fact) Ok in closing the taxation issue wasn't that they were being taxed it was they were being taxed to the gills and w/o representation in the Kings parliment, which you have to remember was there for the kings purposes in those days... and the "Americans" were still englishmen at that time and subject to Brittish law. The taxation was almost an "Oh by the way... we don't like this either".  So as you can see Religion was the main thrust of why this country became an Independent nation.
    Posted by DaBlade

    Good grief! Where's Dean Wormer when we need him most?
     
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    " Laz, seriously man, break your stuff into multiple posts. I take a coffee break in the middle of every post by you. Seriously! And use the word football somewhere in there to bait me ." I woulda taken offense to this patsordie , but see this is precisely how adequate sarcasm is done... Take Note ALL :       It's got the poignant & clear, quick & precise humour: " Gotta take coffee breaks with your posts ."      It's NOT overtly personal, and in ANY aspect that it might even potentially be, That particular aspect gets totally watered down within an air of self-deprecation by the poster himself (" ...for gods sake, bait me...please !").  Good stuff right there...       There's truth behind the joke: I'm aware I do some decent purely football posts (I hope), and so perhaps I should be aware that: a) some people are on this forum to actually become more adept at any and all these nuances found within the game of football (not really sure what this forum's main topic is though)- leading me to... b) maybe they read some of my actual posts ABOUT football- concluding in... c) maybe a forewarning might be a novel idea when I'm posting my tales on Getting Tim Tebow as my pal companion chimpanzee to believe in God because he gets clubbed in the head at the same time that I break wind...  Hmm, that's DEFINATELY something I should at least look into , even ponder the multiplying aspects of, perhaps get back to everyone with some lengthy dissertation on my final thoughts on the matter...maybe even a story. of note :  Overall, I believe I adequately enough destroyed any and all aspects of humour by explaining it...but hey, wow-some people DO need some sort of basic outline they can follow (and I mean neither you patsordie   nor my previous post on dogg / prairie ).  ~Relevancy only towards those who have NEVER cracked even an id!otic joke on this forum.  IF , by the way, any poster is wondering now-If it's they, themselves.  It means, yea...probably is. p.s. ~ Harley WhoTH told you I always " look on the positive side ," huh?  You talkin' to someone I know...cause I'll find 'em and beatTH outta that person that's talkin' smack about me to you. Pssh, they'll probably beat my #ss though instead. Finding them will be tough too; Could be anyone..probably IS everyone...so I hate them all. But I  am gonna find the person...but they're no doubt gonna be the one who lives farthest from me, and it'll probably rain-Because it has been, so it will continue of course...forever. Pssh, my cr^ddy car that I hate will break down en route too. Man, I hate people who spout total untruths about me... 
    Posted by LazarusintheSanatorium


    Great, that you took my post in the right sense - as it was meant. For the record, I like your posts on Pats and football (as long as I can understand it, of course Smile ) and read through them without the afore-mentioned break some times.
     
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    Laz~ just speaking from experience, you never really deride anyone even when they go after you....you have a heart of gold lol! You are superb wordsmith and you kill people without them even knowing it....don't change your approach every board needs a windbag :^)  

    p.s.~ don't become arsonist it doesn't work for you...maybe extortion would be better.
     
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    If Tebow wants to tell everyone that trusting in Christ is the way to go, I got no problem with it.
    Amen
    National repentance -starting in Washington DC & and all Christian churches- on a grand scale; would do the U.S. of A.Yep  alot of good in my book. If it keeps going the way it is, we're doomed. It depends on whose side you're on

      

    My conclusion is a simple one, In my opinion we were put here on this earth from elsewhere. Modern science has proven that the Ape race genes (DNA) were split at least 4 times by an outside source (meaning in no way course of nature, someone other than nature preformed this action) So why would it be so difficult to believe the God being was an intelligent race that ventured here and did the creation thing by splitting animal (ape) DNA and their own.  Ok, well where did they come from?

     

    Y'all just don't get it. "freedom OF religion" these guys weren't talking
    about being able to practice their religious beliefs. They were talking about
    being able to live their life without the interference of religion in it.  Freedom OF religion is not the same as freedom FROM religion

     

    Now see, THAT is a far, far tougher thing for me to reckon with or even deal with...It's a much easier notion for me to somehow believe THAT IF there trully IS a God, He's the same type of judgemental pr!ck that I've come across 1000 X a day from a lifetime of being weighted down by judgement after judgement, critique after critique of any and ALL aspects of me, my life, and experiences-FROM my dang, EVERYthing: Parents and Familial judgements & expectations, Peer Group judgements & expectations, Job and Occupation judgements and expectations, wow-and ANY and ALL kinds of societal & self expectations, judgements and critiques...   God being warm, kind, immediate and FOREVER caring...wow-now that's something, that's something that would be so much tougher for me to deal with or even understand...Now see, that notion is just far more terrifying to me in those aforementioned completely different self-expectating and perhaps even forgiving ways, that man...I don't even like thinkin' about it really.  Ya dig? He's hard to fathom.  But do you really wish He was just like us?  What a let down that would be!

     

    Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world.

    James 1:27

     

     
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