John Robinson

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  • Birthday 05/03/1952

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    my family, writing, film, politics, eschatology, classic rock

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    1. John Robinson

      John Robinson

      Thank you, Shanee!

    2. shanee

      shanee

      your very welcome!

  2. Sight, a few days ago I posted this: "So is there any reason you can't sell off what won't fit in a backpack and head for whatever compass point suits you? I did. And yes, I was as broke as Job's turkey, but after a year of "gettin' out among 'em" as my late grandpa said, I'd found myself, and more importantly, all the "stuff" I'd thought so critical to my happiness simply wasn't. Just a thought. Nothing more." Maybe you didn't see it, so I'm asking again. If there's nothing holding you down (and at age 28 unless you're married with kids, I'd bet there isn't), why not give it a try? You'd be exposing yourself to new people who don't know your baggage (nor care) as well as new vistas that will be life-affirming and/or terrifying ... maybe both at the same time. At any rate you'll kick the slats out of the life that holds you bound. And you might just find your wings.
  3. That's just what I was thinking. A tipping point is coming, and it's going to be bloody beyond belief.
  4. So is there any reason you can't sell off what won't fit in a backpack and head for whatever compass point suits you? I did. And yes, I was as broke as Job's turkey, but after a year of "gettin' out among 'em" as my late grandpa said, I'd found myself, and more importantly, all the "stuff" I'd thought so critical to my happiness simply wasn't. Just a thought. Nothing more.
  5. May I ask how old you are? Not being snarky; there's a reason I'm asking.
  6. The longer I'm around, the more I'm convinced there isn't a nickel's difference between a liberal and a libertarian. The verbiage is almost identical. Just sayin.'
  7. Way back in boot camp our DI said something that's stuck with me nearly fifty years later: "If someone says they want to kill you, believe them."
  8. Sight, in my sixty-five years on this benighted old planet I've seen and done things you can't begin to imagine; "neanderthal" suits me pretty well. At any rate, I have a feeling your time to reach a decision for Christ--or not--is drawing to a close. Choose wisely. And with that, I'm done. Pax.
  9. Okay, Sight, enough. This thread has gone thirteen pages, and you remain double-minded. So if you want to walk, walk, and do it already. I'm an Army vet; your threats mean nothing. I guess what I'm saying is I for one am done with your incessant crabbing. Either man up or shut up. Your choice.
  10. One video. Atheists are funny. I know; I used to be one.
  11. Hon, joining the Greek Orthodox church is leaving the faith. Maybe we're done with this topic.
  12. I haven't been here as long as Shiloh, but I'll agree that given the site's size, some repetition is to be expected. That said, Christmas and Easter do tend to get ... lively.
  13. The thing is, Bonky, adults go there of their own accord; God doesn't "send" them, they're drawn there like a magnet because they won't do the one thing that will change their polarity. Babies, on the other hand--and the feeble-minded for that matter--don't know any better, and I believe God takes that into account. Or as Mark Twain (an atheist, as I used to be) put it, "It ain't those parts of the Bible that I can't understand that bother me, it's the parts that I do."
  14. An infant burning forever in a blast furnace. Nice. That's not the God I serve.
  15. Sight, no offense meant, but I think you need some Christian counseling. Your anger will destroy you.