As you have noticed (and we agree), this website is pretty awesome. Why you would choose to not be a member or logged in is baffling to both of us. The process is simple and costs you nothing, unless you really feel the urge to pay then we will not deny you that request. Back on point, once you become a member you will wonder why you put up with this notice all this time and ask yourself, "What was I thinking?" Being a tWebber is too awesome to pass up.
So stop playing ninja trying to act all stealth and lurking about (we see you), do you really want to be seen as a "lurker". Its like you are peeking in people's windows while they undress. How naughty of you. Does your mom know what you are doing right now? She agrees you should just register or login already. Good job.
Yeah, I'm often amused when people quote the Song of Solomon as an example of great love poetry. How many women was Solomon supposed to have knocking around his palaces? It is my theory that the name of the woman he wrote it about was not mentioned because he forgot what it was. Either that or he reused that poem several hundred times.
If I have a mystical experience, an experience that's so overwhelming that I know now that there's a God, the cognitive fallout from that is irrelevant. The fact that that experience can be explained by psychologists in numerous ways is irrelevant to the fact that I now know.
Yeah, that's the concern I have regarding this issue. A lot of people don't seem to be distinguishing the nuance, which makes me worry that their opposition is to being gay rather than to homosexual...
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