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To Nothing.
yazicam iste heryere yazicam ne dionuz ?selective.here sekerlady, 07 Okt 2005 19:59

To Circumlocution.
WARNING!!selective.here Circumlocution, 18 Mrt 2005 08:57


To Alchemist.
Stop. Alchemist, 08 Sep 2006 18:08
Take a deeep breath...that's it. Breathe.

To Odious.
no.... Odious, 03 Jan 2007 04:01
stop breathing. watch the little black fuzzy thoughts fly around and contemplate evil and the denial of truth. if your vision darkens and starts to get blurry, don't worry, that's perfectly normal to happen to someone holding their breath for ever. try it, and it will solve most of your problems (and be a relief to the rest of us).

To Nothing.
fjfhfd name, 10 Feb 2009 21:36

To Nothing.
title bloodselective.here name ojo, 31 Dec 2004 14:48
I'm not able English

To Eureka.
I knowselective.here Eureka, 22 Nov 2004 10:21
The feeling. Have you tried meditation?

To Nothing.
sounds familiarselective.here Tarquinn, 13 Okt 2004 08:54
anything like asperger's syndrome?
seems like it from visiting alot of your... umm blog... thing

To Nothing.
cest la vieselective.here name, 28 Sep 2004 03:03
forever never and tomorrow

To Nothing.
poposelective.here popo, 20 Sep 2004 03:06

To Snarfleez.
[ Stream ]selective.here Snarfleez, 18 Mei 2004 09:20
Ducks. Always brake for them. They don't care what a car is, and they don't have brakes. If you don't stop, they'll gladly play the martyr. They're as crafty as they are fearless.

To Odious.
or... Odious, 03 Jan 2007 04:03
perhaps they're just stupid? (said as politely as possible)

To Nothing.
Is God dead?selective.here Nietzsche, 31 Jan 2004 13:43
Yes it is...

To Nothing.
a plague of locusts .... Goddamn, 31 Jan 2004 14:50
coming your way any time now

To Mork.
God Mork, 31 Jan 2004 16:48
God told me -- through the smile on my daughter's face and the light in her sparkling eyes that he is, alive and well, thank you very much!

To Anamarija.
I don't know... Anamarija, 31 Jan 2004 17:18
if He/She ever existed. I don't know why but there's something comforting in agnosticism.

To Loey.
Anamarija Loey, 13 Jun 2004 10:43

To Rosibutterfly.
well .. Rosibutterfly, 01 Feb 2004 01:11
we are all connected by something, call it what you will !!

To Gin.
No GOD! Gin, 01 Feb 2004 01:47
If there were no God, then there would be no hope in the world. People that believe that there was a cosmic explosion and the world just came to be need to stop and think about that theory. God is very real, and you can see Him when you look at creation around you, in the flowers, trees, and yes Mork, in my daughter's eyes as well. Yes, God does exist, and we exist because of God.

To Nothing.
well... mamitje, 01 Feb 2004 19:15
we can appear as we are now, as nice funny insects... this is, of course thanks to our great jogchem. but we cannot say that he created us, you know... he created this site, but it's up to us to make it really happen or not. yes, jogchem does exist (in the middle of nowhere, that is, everywhere... hahaha) , but we don't exist because of jogchem, you know...

To Rosibutterfly.
without my Rosibutterfly, 02 Feb 2004 01:05
butterfly I would not be able to flit with you mamitje and to find a sparkle in that would be very very difficult ..

To Nothing.
yeah here i am mamitje, 03 Feb 2004 21:29
by a great mysterious chance... maybe some people call it a hand of god... i just cannot think or feel it as god, for me it's too much assosiated with human projection...

To Rosibutterfly.
', ) Rosibutterfly, 06 Feb 2004 09:32
slaap zacht ..

To Loey.
Gin, Mork, Loey, 13 Jun 2004 10:55
I agree there has to be a G-d, but I believe G-d is not in man's image, we can't comprehend G-d, but we can appreciate beauty, truth, etc. and maintain a reverence, & active respect for natural truths as discovered through history, science, in nature, and what is being shared through lessons in time while we live.....I mean the bible and all religious works can be great and wonderful, but it seems like they're always the excuse behind undisclosed motives. Study them with great respect for the people who wrote them.

To Eureka.
I would like... Eureka, 22 Nov 2004 10:19
To do what everyone else says in this kind of situation... PROVE IT! Oh, and I am a gaist. Not theist, because Gaia isn't a god, unless you view it differently... Gaism is possibly the most diverse quote ''religion'', although it would be better described as a belief, there is. Hohum. I'm ill, and I certainly don't remember the great evil I committed to make God strike me down with enough misery to stay off school but not enough to totally ruin my day...

To Chrys.
Tanit Here Chrys, 07 Mrt 2005 14:11
Other wise known as Easter, Shelah-na-gig, Mother, Gaia...
''No, it's not magic... it's my JOB!''

To Chrys.
Tanit here... Chrys, 07 Mrt 2005 14:15
Otherwise known as Easter, Shelah-na-gig, Mother, Gaia..

''No, it's not magic... it's my JOB!''

To Nothing.
Proof that God exists. Giselle, 18 Mrt 2005 11:04
How do you think you came to be? Who made you? Who made your parents? Who made your parents' parents and so on? How come your body does not crash even if there are so much systems inside it? Who made the systems? Who thought of the systems? Who made the Solar Systems? The Milky Way? Who made the bacterias that started life? Who made the Big Bang possible? How come everything was created so perfectly that it does not clash? If you can stump my questions, then I can give you the benefit of the doubt.

To Mevrou.
I dont like fallacies. Mevrou, 25 Apr 2005 03:06
In my mind, no one can explain to me how the universe came to be, the same as no one can give me a good explanation of how a ''God'' became.

I am a strong believer in evolution and it baffles me as to how people cannot say that evolution is fact when we can easily prove it through science - even with something so simple as yeast cells in a petri dish.

(apparently my message is too long.. lemme post the second half in a second..)

To Mevrou.
Fallacies continued.. Mevrou, 25 Apr 2005 03:06
The fact is that things are -not- stable. Evolution is chaotic, life is chaotic and is always changing. The reason however that things seem to be so perfectly put together is because life has had about 4.5 (or something) billion years to evolve.. Every system or creature or ''part'' that has been defective has been killed off by the environment - only the fittest survive, and what was once the fittest a couple million years ago, might not be able to function in todays conditions.. and so a new ''fittest'' is chosen as the whole ''trial and error'' scheme of things.

And now, I offer you a challenge: Answer your own questions WITHOUT saying ''God did'' or if you do, explain to me exacly how God did all this, and how God came to be.

To Mevrou.
I'm Atheist Mevrou, 25 Apr 2005 03:11
And I have plenty of hope. I have faith in myself and my friends and family, I have faith in many things, but not a God. I have morals and I can love. I have the hope to live life to its fullest - for me. I like that I can feel secure, and not that I'm being constantly watched or hounded. If I were religious, I'd be buddhist - but then again, buddhism is more of a philosophy on life.

To Shadowfax.
sticks and selective.here Shadowfax, 03 Dec 2003 10:37
stones might break my bones, but names can hurt me too!

To Nothing.
oh yeah? name, 09 Okt 2005 21:18
you're a failure

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