Jamie Q
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"10 Myths About Introverts"

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joseph Casson Mar 24, 2012. 63 Replies

Best Head Shaving Solution

Started this discussion. Last reply by Steve Dallas Nov 29, 2011. 7 Replies

"How To Be A Gentleman" on CBS

Started this discussion. Last reply by Will Oct 1, 2011. 22 Replies

 

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Rick Shelton replied to Jamie Q's discussion What is your dream guitar?
"When my father passed away recently he left me his MSA 10 string double-neck steel guitar.  I plan on learning to play it, although with all the projects I have going on it may be a while.  I always thought it was cool that his name was…"
Jul 30
Max replied to Jamie Q's discussion What is your dream guitar?
"hmm.. this is tough... As far as electric goes probably a tele, pretty plain, but they sound great and I never really had the need for a third pickup and I think they handle gain better in the bridge than a strat for some reason... I seem to have a…"
Jul 30
Thomas Patrick replied to Jamie Q's discussion What is your dream guitar?
"Gibson Pete Townshend Les Paul Deluxe  Mini humbuckers in the bridge and neck position, a DiMarzio super distortion in the middle Has a Phaser switch and a soil splitter for the DiMarzio A nice Wine Red finish would do me good too"
Jul 30
Jamie Q commented on Aaron Schnabel's group Browncoats
Dec 20, 2012
Chuck Knight replied to Jamie Q's discussion Are Christian men free to use "vulgar" vocabulary? in the group Christian Men
"Precisely.  Anil is *just* as welcome as any of us...no more, no less.  And, if *any* of us behaved like that, I would expect eventual sanctioning and the possibility of removal.   To stick with the theme of this group, my attitude…"
Oct 14, 2012
Liam Strain replied to Jamie Q's discussion Are Christian men free to use "vulgar" vocabulary? in the group Christian Men
"Chuck - the problem I have with Anil's posts is not their content per se, but that they are copied and pasted verbatim from several other websites. AOM is not meant to be a mouthpiece, it is meant for discussion and conversation. You cannot…"
Oct 14, 2012
Chuck Knight replied to Jamie Q's discussion Are Christian men free to use "vulgar" vocabulary? in the group Christian Men
"Remember, Ken, Anil is just as welcome here, as you or I.  We have people come, and people go, and only *some* of them stay for the long term.   Anil's posts are...troubling?  Yeah, that's a good word.  But,…"
Oct 13, 2012
Ken D Books replied to Jamie Q's discussion Are Christian men free to use "vulgar" vocabulary? in the group Christian Men
"I don't dislike Shane. But what was uncalled for here? ...was it the BAD word? You attackers, and defenders of the faith should train your guns on Anil...he's the guy who's infiltrated your Camp...and diluting what was at one time a…"
Oct 13, 2012
Chuck Knight replied to Jamie Q's discussion Are Christian men free to use "vulgar" vocabulary? in the group Christian Men
"After all, everything hinges on the meaning of the word *is.*   Seriously, Ken, that little outburst was uncalled for.  Shane can be exasperating, but he's generally a good guy, and he knows his stuff.    As for the topic at…"
Oct 13, 2012
Ken D Books replied to Jamie Q's discussion Are Christian men free to use "vulgar" vocabulary? in the group Christian Men
""You're going to need to define "bad" in this context." I already did, you cunt. ..how's that for a definition? Does that work better for ya?"
Oct 13, 2012
Shane replied to Jamie Q's discussion Are Christian men free to use "vulgar" vocabulary? in the group Christian Men
"You're going to need to define "bad" in this context."
Oct 13, 2012
Ken D Books replied to Jamie Q's discussion Are Christian men free to use "vulgar" vocabulary? in the group Christian Men
"  Initially he answered you & the OP by saying you were technically correct that there are no bad words, but he went on to explain that words have meaning. And therein lies the problem, as I see it... If they aren't bad words, then why…"
Oct 13, 2012
Chrissie O'Bryan replied to Jamie Q's discussion Are Christian men free to use "vulgar" vocabulary? in the group Christian Men
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Oct 13, 2012
Chrissie O'Bryan replied to Jamie Q's discussion Are Christian men free to use "vulgar" vocabulary? in the group Christian Men
"i say "NO" the bible says to let nothing unwholesome proceed out of your mouth. plus its SUCH a turnoff when guys use that...its so vular!!  "
Oct 13, 2012
Shane replied to Jamie Q's discussion Are Christian men free to use "vulgar" vocabulary? in the group Christian Men
"That's just it Ken, Larry didn't show anything.  He said he was familiar with the passages about Jesus insulting people, then went on to tell the Christmas story, then halfassed the Passion, then talked about how badass Jesus was,…"
Oct 13, 2012
anil replied to Jamie Q's discussion Are Christian men free to use "vulgar" vocabulary? in the group Christian Men
"When one throws fire on you if you throw fire against him in return, can your fire extinguish the opposite fire? The fire thrown by you cannot pacify the injuries caused by your enemy’s fire on your body. The injuries caused by your fire on…"
Oct 13, 2012
Ken D Books replied to Jamie Q's discussion Are Christian men free to use "vulgar" vocabulary? in the group Christian Men
"Yeah, I've had a few...shall we say "affairs"..in my time...was quite charitable with a few of the girls too."
Oct 13, 2012
Ken D Books replied to Jamie Q's discussion Are Christian men free to use "vulgar" vocabulary? in the group Christian Men
"That's what's wrong with you christians....rather than unite around the book you claim to be the words of The Christian,...when someone shows you in the bible (as Larry & others have)...when you're wrong about something, or refuse…"
Oct 13, 2012
Mike M. replied to Jamie Q's discussion Are Christian men free to use "vulgar" vocabulary? in the group Christian Men
"In many cases, the words are only "bad" by arbitrary designation.  Words aren't, themselves, moral or immoral. I'm not sure what difference it makes which word one chooses to use for their feces.  There are situations…"
Oct 13, 2012
Shane replied to Jamie Q's discussion Are Christian men free to use "vulgar" vocabulary? in the group Christian Men
"It's odd that he didn't continue with that passage.  The end of it reads, "For by your words you will be acquitted, and by your words you will be condemned."  Would have been a bit more powerful.  Except for the…"
Oct 12, 2012

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At 6:36pm on January 26, 2011, Clint Connolly said…
You do web development - what CMS do you prefer?  Commercial and GNU?
At 11:54am on October 12, 2010, John Clanton said…
I take it things are less busy around the homestead?
At 11:28am on September 13, 2010, John Clanton said…
You get my email last week?
At 12:01pm on September 8, 2010, John Clanton said…
Hey man, I haven't heard from you in a while!
At 12:18pm on August 12, 2010, John Clanton said…
I use the email notifications for everything I follow. When I go on vacation, I have a TON of email.
At 11:35am on August 12, 2010, John Clanton said…
Haha. You don't check your own wall, do you?
At 3:27pm on August 2, 2010, John Clanton said…
Tucker is considered a "big dog" already?
At 10:01am on July 26, 2010, John Clanton said…
Thanks for the welcome back, Jamie.
At 11:06am on July 21, 2010, cfcf said…
I do not hate the christian faith. I just get annoyed when someone brings it into a argument it does not belong. Arguing religion over the internet solves nothing... I did
before, but have learned. No ones opinion is going to change.
At 1:33am on July 21, 2010, cfcf said…
stay away from the logo's that look like corporate logo's. It makes the church seem colder to outsiders (I am trying to give you an outsiders perspective from the church because I assume you want to get more followers).
From what I have seen "Where Jesus Meet's real life" is the best slogan, but i am torn on the imagery. You want warm colours to make the place seem inviting. Blue and white tends to come off cold. The Jesus fish with the cross' makes me thin cemetery, so I may have to go with one of the lighter coloured hills with a cross on top, or the golden bridge. I am not saying they are the best Symbols, but they are the most inviting in my opinion.
The one you guys ranked the best is clever, for it looks like a cross and a cross road (hopefully not the one Robert Johnson sold his soul to the devil at), but as I said, the colours are cold.
Keep in mind this is just my opinion and just what I think if you are trying to bring new blood into the church.
 
 
 

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Daniel Rodriguez added a discussion to the group The Great Debate
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Salary on Politicians?

One can state that, for offices of government, that the Salary be no more than the poverty line. After all, politicians are public servants, not a job for money. Disagree, agree?I personally can see a slew of questions come up. Why, then, have the military exempt? Cut the pay for them all - but they are also the ones who actually protect the land. But then it can double back - what then do they do that politicians do not. Or, even, have a Pay grade system for the Politicians - save the fact…See More
1 hour ago
Oliver Pope replied to Oliver Pope's discussion Proposal - how to approach my father in law to be
"Haha that's true! Probably will just nut up and do it today though. As for the fraught comment - not any more, never been happier - i just had a couple of problems with alcohol and depression that made me not very nice to be around. All good…"
2 hours ago
Jay D replied to David Johns's discussion Teen boys today
"Its a matter of perception. Let it explain with running. I go running since iam 14, i enjoy it, there are multiple reasons why i do it, its healthy, it makes my butt look great but the main reason is that i like it, i enjoy it and might aswell be…"
3 hours ago
Jay D replied to David Johns's discussion Teen boys today
"What iam saying is that the purpose of life and the purpose of ones own life arent the same thing. The purpose of Viagra was to heal heart diseases and yet what it does is to bring boners. It doesnt matter what a thing is supposed to be, a thing is…"
3 hours ago
Liam Strain replied to N Fan's discussion Steering wheel vibration a problem?
"Most commonly, front end vibration that only manifests over 65 mph - yes, and Escort and a Merc are both likely to suffer from either wheel imbalance or other front suspension problem. There are few other things it even *could* be - regardless of…"
4 hours ago
Native Son replied to Andrew's discussion The History Channel?
"The late Phil Hartman, when asked what he did after Saturday Night Live finished the weekly show, stated he went home and watched "Wings of the Luftwaffe" on the History Channel."
5 hours ago
Native Son replied to Andrew's discussion The History Channel?
"Surprise! Surprise! Surprise!  Those channels, including the new American Heroes Channel are ALL owned by Discovery.  Same folks, different brands for different niches.  Only reason there's anything on about WWI is there's…"
5 hours ago
Native Son replied to N Fan's discussion Steering wheel vibration a problem?
"In other words, it's usually an out of balance tire."
5 hours ago

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