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Randy Thomas
Altamonte Springs, FL
Popcorn bearer to the "Life is Scary" movie.
Interests: working out, blogging, sometimes kayaking and love the beach and mountains. oh... and sexuality within the christian faith context :).
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beautiful. Great job.
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Oh that's a shame. I pray the driver is ok.
Toggle Commented Jun 14, 2009 on On the Thai roads at philsquest
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Actually I did. A couple of times. What are you implying?
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I love the "Earth First - Ask Questions Later Bumper Sticker." The Goode Family is vegan so of course their dog is too ... poor dog. Poor poor desperate carnivorous dog. The opening sequence is their dilemma of deciding whether... Continue reading
Posted May 27, 2009 at Everyday Thoughts Collected
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May 27, 2009
Oh.O.K. this comment is just an attempt to be playful. Not mean.
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By the way, you can click on the graphic next to your comment and edit your profile to have your real name show up on future comments.
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So CeZcplUnmYWedEXuk4PdxWXlzh7n5whHqg, are you saying that belief in a gay gene takes as much faith as a belief in God? That a gay gene is a matter of faith for you?
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Actually I don't know any conservatives demanding a gay gene as proof. In fact I have seen most agree with me that it doesn't matter in the end. I see the gay community putting the "gay gene" forward as natural law and conservatives not believing it. Science always backed up the conservatives on this one and now its time to face up to the fact there isn't a "gay gene." Heterosexuality is proven by the fact that men and women were obviously made biologically to come together sexually.
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I don't know about petty and mean but I understand what you are saying. I know some people who are not anywhere near petty or mean and they think the marriages should be annulled. They believe it was the Courts fault for causing the huge fiasco to begin with and to allow the marriages to stand creates legal quicksand. I personally, honestly, don't have an opinion on that at the moment. Seriously, not dodging at all, I really don't know what to think about that part.
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My friend and colleague Jeff Buchanan writes from a unique and interesting perspective about Prop 8 for Charisma Magazine Online. From Prop 8 Traumatic Stress Disorder: ... The interesting thing about fear is that it desensitizes us to the needs... Continue reading
Posted May 26, 2009 at Everyday Thoughts Collected
Well, I am glad to know someone understands what I am trying to express. Hi Ezra!
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While I am glad the court acted like the court and submitted to the CA state Constitution instead of rewriting it ... they aren't out of the quagmire yet. They also decided to allow the current same sex marriages to... Continue reading
Posted May 26, 2009 at Everyday Thoughts Collected
Awesome. Did you see my DOOM Kitty on Facebook :)? It's purrrrrr-fectly evil.
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Very cool interpretation Cindy. Thank you very much.
Toggle Commented May 26, 2009 on TakeOff - New Art at Everyday Thoughts Collected
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hmmm... If you look at my thoughts, what I actually typed out as original content for this post, my emphasis was on how my life and testimony is still going on regardless of the APA's ongoing efforts. The second topic I addressed was reacting to LaBarbera and Barber. Thanks for adding your thoughts but I think my point in posting this is clearly not the same as what you think should be emphasized. You should start your own blog and cover aspects you think are missing or ... whatever intrigues you. I didn't choose my sexual proclivities but I certainly have a choice in what I do with them. I definitely was gay and now I am not. That's not a matter of being "objective." It is simply fact.
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I just watched this through my new Netflix instant stream thing (much much cheaper than renting through BrightHouse On Demand.) It was mesmerizing. There was a lot of fun with it but there was also a lot of heartache too.... Continue reading
Posted May 24, 2009 at Everyday Thoughts Collected
It's been light posting around here for a good three weeks now. Part of that of course was traveling but part of it is I have been drawing, painting, running around with friends, my birthday, watching movies, working, writing for... Continue reading
Posted May 22, 2009 at Everyday Thoughts Collected
From OneNewsNow.com: The attempt to prove that homosexuality is determined biologically has been dealt a knockout punch. An American Psychological Association publication includes an admission that there's no homosexual "gene" -- meaning it's not likely that homosexuals are born that... Continue reading
Posted May 19, 2009 at Everyday Thoughts Collected
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Of course I don't believe God is threatened by Madonna or sends lightning bolts down on those who say stupid silly things. Of course whatever that is on Madonna's head might act like a lightning rod. If you click on... Continue reading
Posted May 19, 2009 at Everyday Thoughts Collected
Thank you :). It was unbelievable. Very fun.
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A guy in England said the same thing. Thanks.
Toggle Commented May 18, 2009 on TakeOff - New Art at Everyday Thoughts Collected
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:-p
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