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Comment on Messianic Judaism and Noahidism by John

Tue, 03 Dec 2013 00:39:30 +0000

I, for one, appreciate your lack of desire to proselytize. As I said to Annette, this post contained some sarcasm. I should have also provided a better description of Noahide beliefs, instead of just a link.



Comment on Messianic Judaism and Noahidism by Kim

Sun, 24 Nov 2013 06:18:21 +0000

Noahides don't accept Jesus, as they don't believe in idol worship. They are not Christians at all, they are simply just non-Jews who accept there is no other G-d than G-d. I myself am bnei noach. We are living our daily lives according to one of the oldest documents, the 7 laws of Noah. We may follow Jewish views and beliefs, as well as holidays, but we don't call ourselves Jews. We know we're not Jews. But messianic "Jews" who were Jews who now accept Jesus as their savior adopted Christian beliefs but still call themselves Jews when they should in actuality call themselves Christian. Noahides are not out to convert, we just simply live our lives in a way we feel we can connect to G-d, in a way that's personal. We feel no need to exploit it.



Comment on Cardinals suck? by The Hoover Award | WordWarp

Wed, 23 Oct 2013 01:35:34 +0000

[...] 2007 I came up with a term for a baseball statistic I had never seen anywhere else. I called it the Hoover Award. As one might guess from the name, if one is familiar with the brand of vacuum cleaners, it’s [...]



Comment on The Inverse Relationship of Sleep and Blood by John

Wed, 24 Jul 2013 14:50:15 +0000

I am familiar with your propensity for difficultness; it can resemble my own at times. There are different words for it, but they mean the same thing. As I know you are aware, you can also have the same word meaning different things. There are geological depressions, caused by erosion, volcanoes, meteorites, and other stuff. There are economical depressions, caused by economical factors. Depression in humans usually isn't caused by volcanoes; sometimes economical factors can play a role in the non-medical kind. Stress-caused insomnia from what I have read online accounts for about 50% of the cases, which means non-stress-caused insomnia also accounts for 50%. If I have done the math correctly.



Comment on The Inverse Relationship of Sleep and Blood by Matt

Wed, 24 Jul 2013 14:30:51 +0000

I understand what you are saying, but both are called depression, despite their differing origins. Same with insomnia. I'm just being difficult. BTW, with nervous vomit, I was alluding to the South Park character, not any trait of mine. (For those who may not get the reference)



Comment on The Inverse Relationship of Sleep and Blood by John

Wed, 24 Jul 2013 14:03:15 +0000

While it might not be supported by the Oxford English Dictionary, my outlook was from the perspective of whether it was a medical issue, or a life issue. As a comparison, there is 'depression' caused by sucky things happening in one's life, and medically-caused depression that exists even when wonderful things are happening in one's life. There is lack of sleep when stressful things are happening in one's life, and there is lack of sleep when there is nothing to attribute it to except a medical issue.



Comment on The Inverse Relationship of Sleep and Blood by Matt

Wed, 24 Jul 2013 13:23:29 +0000

Lack of sleep is insomnia, whatever its cause. As for nosebleed, it beats nervous vomit any day.



Comment on Cassandra I’m Not by All-Star Game Prediction – American League | WordWarp

Tue, 16 Jul 2013 00:29:12 +0000

[...] judging from past history, I’d have to predict the American League. Of course, my history of predictions hasn’t actually been very good. May that [...]



Comment on NL Wins again! by All-Star Game Predication – American League | WordWarp

Tue, 16 Jul 2013 00:28:55 +0000

[...] I posted last year, my whereabouts the evening of the All-Star game have correlated with the winner for nineteen years. The National League has only won if I was home. Once is a fluke. Twice is a coincidence. Nineteen [...]



Comment on The Red-Billed Oxpecker by Matt

Sat, 18 May 2013 21:33:40 +0000

Then there's the Blue Oxed Wood Pecker.