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Guess they could pass as that to the unlearned..Thanks but no thanks...

Don't believe in false ecumenisim... don't start with the "what we have in common" jargon...

Go back to your elders and tell them that we Catholics don't want anything to do with their newfound religion....
Glad to see you are exercising humility...

It's not false ecumenism, it's logic. Perhaps you have not studied that, which is fair enough. But I can see you are not interested in this discussion, so why don't you just leave?
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Are you so proud of that post you had to repeat it?
Not very Catholic to give that image to people reading here.
Truly the devil's helper.
Perhaps, though that wasn't my intent nor known motive.

What's the topic and thread content again?

While I truly will take what you say under advisement, I advise in turn that you mind your own beams either first or as well madam.

Example: https://www.cathinfo.com/sspx-resistance-news/immorality-and-worldliness-at-post-falls-id-sspx-chapel/msg568407/#msg568407

"Not very Catholic..."

Help yourself.
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Thanks for taking it better than the time when, for example, I asked when the stripper pole was going up at my local "parish"; I'm pretty sure "Liturgical Lap Dancing" isn't a thing even in "The Church of the New Advent."

(oh please let that be so.)
Are you so proud of that post you had to repeat it?
Not very Catholic to give that image to people reading here.
Truly the devil's helper.
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Quote from: kiwiboy on Sun Sep 17 2017 18:26:16 GMT-0600 (MDT)
But perhaps, like Neil Obstat you prefer to ignore posts that challenge you, especially if it comes from a man, and opt to pick on the women instead....
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Are your posts a joke?
Guess they could pass as that to the unlearned..
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They are perfectly reasonable. Flat earthers and globalists agree on the circumference of the earth. Approx 25000 miles.
Thanks but no thanks...

Don't believe in false ecumenisim... don't start with the "what we have in common" jargon...

Go back to your elders and tell them that we Catholics don't want anything to do with their newfound religion....
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Listen sweetheart,
If you have nothing substantial to contribute to this discussion, it is better that you don't post at all...

Sounds like that is some pretty good whiskey you are taking at the moment!
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Are your posts a joke?

Are you actually reading your own posts before you put them up?

You're just throwing around big words to sound intelligent when in fact you are just talking absolute rubbish.

But so you can't say I didn't respond...

They are perfectly reasonable. Flat earthers and globalists agree on the circumference of the earth. Approx 25000 miles.

If the earth is a ball there must be a curvature at a fixed mathematical rate. 8 inches per mile squared. This means logically that after a certain point objects should cease to be visible once they have gone beyond a vanishing point. If you can see objects which you know to be at a certain point beyond that vanishing point, then you have completely undermined they hypothesis that this rate of curvature exists.

IT'S THAT SIMPLE.

The only way you will come to accept this, is to go and do the experiments yourself.
The earth is a "ball"? (as in shaped, yes I know you don't mean something to sport with.)
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Listen sweetheart,
If you have nothing substantial to contribute to this discussion, it is better that you don't post at all...



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Fighting Errors in the Modern World / Re: Geoengineering is for real.
« Last post by DZ PLEASE on Today at 01:12:38 PM »
... come from a long linage of "J├Ągers"
When Jagers Jaeger w/ Schlagers, it's libel to scare all the neighbors.
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Are your posts a joke?

Are you actually reading your own posts before you put them up?

You're just throwing around big words to sound intelligent when in fact you are just talking absolute rubbish.

But so you can't say I didn't respond...

They are perfectly reasonable. Flat earthers and globalists agree on the circumference of the earth. Approx 25000 miles.

If the earth is a ball there must be a curvature at a fixed mathematical rate. 8 inches per mile squared. This means logically that after a certain point objects should cease to be visible once they have gone beyond a vanishing point. If you can see objects which you know to be at a certain point beyond that vanishing point, then you have completely undermined they hypothesis that this rate of curvature exists.

IT'S THAT SIMPLE.

The only way you will come to accept this, is to go and do the experiments yourself.
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