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Proven lie. Trump downplaying the coronavirus. He said it was no worse than flu, but told Bob Woodward it was five times as bad. Proven lie. He told us he was rich. His Tax returns prove otherwise. Proven lie. Said he did not call John McCain a loser.278 AnswersPolitics3 days ago
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He said it’s not his plan strongly insinuating he doesn’t support it but then said moving forward it will fund itself, showing his support for the green new deal.
Whe does he stand regarding the a Green New Deal?21 AnswersPolitics18 hours ago
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If you don’t believe me, check it out for yourself.19 AnswersPolitics11 hours ago
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I’ve been dating this guy for four months.
We finally had sex a week ago. He gave me oral sex and then he got soft while doing it. So we couldn’t do any penetration.
A few days ago, we were kissing and got to the penetration.
He did like 6 pumps and literally less than two mins and he said he got soft. He said he didn’t orgasim but he hid the condom. He was making noises during sex so I’m not sure.
Then last night, he got ready to put it in and before he could he wen soft.
He seems embarrassed so I didn’t make a big deal. He says he’s better In the day light and blah blah.
He assured me it wasn’t me.
I’m trying to be patient but at the same time- it’s annoying. Like at this point I don’t want to even try again or get worked up to do anything. Whenever he touches me I kind of slide his hand away.
Any advice?31 AnswersSingles & Dating14 hours ago
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You should ask, "Why do SOME Christians think..."
Ideas and sensational allegations about the end of the world are very common. Look up 2012 with the Mayan calendar. Look up 2011 with Harold Camping. Look up the doomsday predictions surrounding Y2K. Etc.
If you do a bit of research, you will discover that these predictions have happened hundreds of times. And we’re not talking about one guy in a basement, but popular predictions.
One of them that was interesting was in London in 1666. In addition to the Great Plague of London, which killed about 100,000 people, the Great Fire of London swept the city the same year and is estimated to have destroyed the homes of 70,000 people. And since 1666 was a millennium (1,000 years) coupled with the mark of the beast (666), many were firmly convinced it was the end. Well, it wasn’t.
And what about pandemics? In 1918, the Spanish Flu killed between 17 and 50 million people (and there are even higher estimates). In the 1300s, the black plague killed 30-60% of the population of Europe. Guess what some people claimed during those events? That they were signs of the end of time. They obviously weren’t.
The point is, what makes people think predictions about 2020 have any more credit than those other ones?
While on earth, Jesus stated unequivocally, “But of that day and hour NO ONE KNOWS, not even the angels of heaven, nor the Son, but the Father alone” (Matt. 24:36). Let’s think about this—if Jesus didn’t even know it while He was on earth, doesn’t it seem strange to you that so-called prophets or others today can know it?38 AnswersReligion & Spirituality13 hours ago
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Joe doesn't recall saying that.19 AnswersPolitics15 hours ago
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Shocking moment BLM organizer plows her car into crowd of Trump supporters in California! Libs!! Why are you not talking about this?
If she were a white man.. You would be talking about and using it as proof for years that the right is racist.. Fools..
They report it in the UK.. Media here is not allowed..47 AnswersPolitics2 days ago
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I’m a Christian who believes in God and loves him to death, and there’s this atheist who keeps asking me for scientific evidence of God and not just opinions, beliefs, and personal experiences?84 AnswersReligion & Spirituality2 days ago
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He is a stranger... I have never met him before. He is from Maryland. What do I do if he leaves me somewhere after he is done with me and I can't get home? Hitch another ride with someone?25 AnswersSingles & Dating19 hours ago
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