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Is it now an insult to Women to think of them as HOT?

 
 
hawkeye10
 
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Reply Thu 9 Aug, 2012 10:54 pm
@BillRM,
Would you boys please get your own room? This thread is about whether hottness in chicks no longer meets the PC standards in spite of the billions of dollars a year women spend to become hot.
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DrewDad
 
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Reply Fri 10 Aug, 2012 10:54 am
@engineer,
engineer wrote:
As for a double standard, what is the deal with men's diving? If I were doing that event I'd definitely wear something almost to the knees like some of the swimmers.


http://coedmagazine.files.wordpress.com/2012/07/olympic-diving-or-gay-porn.jpg
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OmSigDAVID
 
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Reply Fri 10 Aug, 2012 02:11 pm
@BillRM,
BillRM wrote:
Oh David a doctor who had been going around for years on the TV talk circuit selling the idea of near deaths sighting of an afterlife by children had just been found to had been water boarding his 11 years old step daughter for a large part of her life.

Beware of men selling fantasies even ones you wish to be true.
I feel safe, Bill.
I don't think I'll get water boarded.
Thanx for the warning.

The next time that I attend the annual convention
of people who have returned from death of the human body,
I 'll be alert for water boards.





David
cicerone imposter
 
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Reply Fri 10 Aug, 2012 02:23 pm
@OmSigDAVID,
Yup, women are hot~! Just look at what's happened at the olympics. Names like Gabby Douglas, Jessica Ennis, Sally Pearson, Missy Franklin, Serena Williams, Tiki Galena, Elisa di Francisca, and Ye Shiwen are proof positive that women are really hot. Wonder Women all.
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OmSigDAVID
 
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Reply Fri 10 Aug, 2012 02:25 pm
@BillRM,
Quote:
People who have returned from death in hospitals
have reported that their choices of religions did not affect them,
tho atheists have had some complaints.
BillRM wrote:
LOL this atheist would state that no one repeat no one had return from the dead in or out of a hospital.
HOW do u know this ??
Did u inspect everyone??





BillRM wrote:
As in so many things it how you define the term and as we now can keep people alive with no heart in their chest, death is not when a heart is not beating but when enough cells had died that there is no way for the human to return to consciousness.
I remain unwilling to accept your change in the definition of death.
I will continue to accept the old one with which I grew up, to wit:
no EEG, no EKG, no respiration for a while.

My surgeon said that I died twice during abdominal surgery in 2005.
I have no memory of those deaths (unlike some people whom I have met),
but I have had several out-of-body experiences.
Most of them were when I was on-the-job in court,
actively taking testimony from witnesses; one was in a restaurant (not Hawkeye's), at lunch.
I like them. Thay feel good. I regret that thay were of as short duration as thay were; kinda fun.
In both situations, it is a matter of separation of consciousness
(partial or complete) from the human body.





David
BillRM
 
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Reply Fri 10 Aug, 2012 03:55 pm
@OmSigDAVID,
Then there is one hell of a lot of once dead people walking around now and there will be more and more of them as machine hearts technology improve.

To keep the old meaning of death around will make as must sense in the future as defining death as having a broken finger nail.
OmSigDAVID
 
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Reply Fri 10 Aug, 2012 04:01 pm
@BillRM,
BillRM wrote:
Then when is one hell of a lot of once dead people walking around
now and there will be more and more of them as machine hearts technology improve.

To keep the old meaning of death around will make as must sense
in the future as defining death as having a broken finger nail.
Thay will be ex-dead.

There have been a lot of ex-dead people
who did not like having to get back into their human bodies.
Thay have compared it to being put back in jail.

I wish that my out-of-body experiences had lasted longer.





David
BillRM
 
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Reply Fri 10 Aug, 2012 04:13 pm
@OmSigDAVID,
Someone with a machine in place of a heart is not dead and never been dead.

Death is the massive cells death of a human body.
OmSigDAVID
 
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Reply Fri 10 Aug, 2012 08:58 pm
@BillRM,
BillRM wrote:
Someone with a machine in place of a heart
is not dead and never been dead.
Maybe; it depends on
whether the real person remains inside or not.
When I have left my human body (partially),
I have felt that what I know to be the REAL ME,
is out, tho the shell is still active, i.e., there is shared consciousness.

BillRM wrote:
Death is the massive cells death of a human body.
Yea, but that is only death of the human body,
not death of the person; its like when a lobster molts off
his exoskeleton and walks away in his new one, as he grows.
He remains in good health, while no life remains in the molted off shell.

Neither his consciousness nor yours depends for its existence
upon the molted off shell.
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