Possible legislation from Georgia stating that there is an almighty creator

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Possible legislation from Georgia stating that there is an almighty creator

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Rofl. 

Rofl.

 

Everything makes more sense now that I've stopped believing.


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 I like how it

 I like how it ends.

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SECTION 2.

All laws and parts of laws in conflict with this Act are repealed.

lmao, no givizy backsy

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 I think that now they can

 I think that now they can tax god.  This sun of a b... created the universe, the whole world belongs to him and he somehow managed to avoid paying property taxes for 6000 years at least!


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rdklep8 wrote: I'll let the bill do the talking

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Signature ? How ?


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fuck...

and the goose steps keep on coming...

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I couldn't agree more! If I had been alive at the time, I would have been in Spain from 36-9. C.N.T./F.A.I. FOREVER!

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Is it weird that I stopped

Is it weird that I stopped reading at

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Our forefathers (...) unanimously declared that:(A) There is an almighty, everlasting, creator God, the God of the Bible, the only God there is, Who is active over the affairs of men and to Whom someday we shall all give an account;
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Thunderios wrote:Is it weird

Thunderios wrote:

Is it weird that I stopped reading at

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Our forefathers (...) unanimously declared that:(A) There is an almighty, everlasting, creator God, the God of the Bible, the only God there is, Who is active over the affairs of men and to Whom someday we shall all give an account;
?

Not really, I usually stop after the first lie I see also.

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Georgia

You can make light of it but I have to live in this freaking State.  I was a state employee as a social worker for 20 years. When I moved from an Atlanta office I carried my oriental decor with me. I had a Tibetan Buddhist statue in the office somewhere.  They literally anointed my door with oil( to keep Satan in I guess ). I took a promotion to South Georgia so I could live on Saint Simons Island.  There are government employees there  that start the staff meetings with a prayer.  Functions with meals are blessed by a prayer to Jesus. 

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TGBaker wrote:You can make

TGBaker wrote:

You can make light of it but I have to live in this freaking State.  I was a state employee as a social worker for 20 years. When I moved from an Atlanta office I carried my oriental decor with me. I had a Tibetan Buddhist statue in the office somewhere.  They literally anointed my door with oil( to keep Satan in I guess ). I took a promotion to South Georgia so I could live on Saint Simons Island.  There are government employees there  that start the staff meetings with a prayer.  Functions with meals are blessed by a prayer to Jesus. 

 

That's unreal.  I'd never survive down there... I don't think I would be able to keep my mouth shut in situations like that. 


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rdklep8 wrote:TGBaker

rdklep8 wrote:

TGBaker wrote:

You can make light of it but I have to live in this freaking State.  I was a state employee as a social worker for 20 years. When I moved from an Atlanta office I carried my oriental decor with me. I had a Tibetan Buddhist statue in the office somewhere.  They literally anointed my door with oil( to keep Satan in I guess ). I took a promotion to South Georgia so I could live on Saint Simons Island.  There are government employees there  that start the staff meetings with a prayer.  Functions with meals are blessed by a prayer to Jesus. 

 

That's unreal.  I'd never survive down there... I don't think I would be able to keep my mouth shut in situations like that. 

 

Well I lost my career because I went through a divorce, was an ex-minister and living with my now wife.  You have to be careful because not keeping your mouth shut can devastate you and your family.  The guy that was suppose to acclimate me to the office was fond of saying to me that he loved his lord and Glynn County.  It is not as bad when you get to a metropolitan area like Atlanta.  The suburbs are mixed however. Talk about discrimination. 

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