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    What modern day states do not? I assume you can...

    What modern day states do not? I assume you can readily provide evidence.

    The Turkish Yoke is all of a century or two past. And what does the Huto genocide of the Tutsi have to do with the price...
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    I'm referring to this one in particular: "It...

    I'm referring to this one in particular: "It just depends how you take the conversation, what you think they knew and didnít know. Are they being cryptic or poking for information? You can read it...
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    Sticky: Muslims have killed more muslims than anyone...

    Muslims have killed more muslims than anyone else, that's why.
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    Sticky: Jack Lambert scared the poop out of John Elway...

    Jack Lambert scared the poop out of John Elway his rookie season, when the Steelers knocked him out of the game.
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    Drat! Saddam a mad dastard.

    Drat! Saddam a mad dastard.
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    At this rate, I figure Trump will "go down" just...

    At this rate, I figure Trump will "go down" just as Obama did - peacefully leaving office after 8 years. I can only hope he'll be replaced by someone less divisive.
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    Correct. However, it is not without value.

    Correct. However, it is not without value.
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    ...as long as you kept your head down, avoided...

    ...as long as you kept your head down, avoided wearing the wrong clothes, and paid your extra taxes like a good little dhimmi, and managed not to make too much money, sure. The Martyrs of the...
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    ...if one drops the leading zeros and assumes...

    ...if one drops the leading zeros and assumes American-style date conventions, starts and stops the "week" on random days and arbitrarily lengthens it, sure.
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    I'm not sure how the Constitution could be read...

    I'm not sure how the Constitution could be read that way. The Declaration of Independence, on the other hand....
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    (an argument from silence isn't especially...

    (an argument from silence isn't especially persuasive)

    I'll note that the argument advanced here is hardly supportive of September 11 (or any particular day) as the date of Christ's birth; he's...
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    Whatever it was, the decision was certainly not...

    Whatever it was, the decision was certainly not conservative, however you purport to "quickly check" the justices involved.


    Lemme know when you figure out that I'm as much against that as you...
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    Well, no. That's the strategy we're trying to...

    Well, no. That's the strategy we're trying to defeat. The left has been subverting the legal process for years. Conservatives, pretty much by definition don't agitate for change (other than change...
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    Perhaps, but it doesn't take a whole lot of...

    Perhaps, but it doesn't take a whole lot of knowledge about the Jews to know that their capital was Jerusalem - and I wouldn't put too much weight on where the magi came from; "the East" is not...
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    A couple points: The magi going to Bethlehem is...

    A couple points: The magi going to Bethlehem is not an indication that they were familiar with the Hebrew Scriptures; they got that information from Herod's advisers (Mat. 2:1-6). Also, if the date...
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    I think Baptists are allergic to incense. Maybe...

    I think Baptists are allergic to incense. Maybe you can find him an historic nonconforming church or two to visit.
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    Victorian-era stereotyping, I'm guessing.

    Victorian-era stereotyping, I'm guessing.
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    No, March 12 is Tom's birthday now.

    No, March 12 is Tom's birthday now.
  19. Reduced to totally ignoring my argument in favor...

    Reduced to totally ignoring my argument in favor of repeating your own flawed one, eh?

    There is shameful parsing going on here, but you're fingering the wrong party.
  20. No, I don't. The only relevant example is...

    No, I don't. The only relevant example is Galilee and Egypt, which wasn't "another land".

    Work with the facts at hand, Sam.
  21. There would be nothing directly analogous to that...

    There would be nothing directly analogous to that in the US today, because northern Britannia was on a (hostile) frontier.
  22. My stepsister had a pretty remarkable turnaround,...

    My stepsister had a pretty remarkable turnaround, too - while going to college, no less!
  23. Quartet? :hrm:

    Quartet? :hrm:
  24. What does Britannia have to do with anything?

    What does Britannia have to do with anything?
  25. In terms of governmental difference. Both areas...

    In terms of governmental difference. Both areas were part of the Roman Empire.
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