[Hpn] Terrorists Killed 3000 since 1990, Abortions kill 4000
Mon, 6 Jun 2005 17:33:42 -0400 (EDT)
it's easy wes,
you take your conscience and call an ass an ass.
when a large majority of the homeless population are under-educated
single or divorced mothers with children, whom had thier children whilst
teenagers in the welfare system that denies the resource of protected
sex or even the knowledge of it's existance. then let a
uneducated fool (and proud of it) drug addict pretend to be educating the
homeless on procreation. it's easy.
as to shutting him up, that is not my intent. let the fool continue, but
don't let the disinformation slide.
On 6/6/2005, "Wes Browning" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>I disagree with the message too, but my disagreeing with it doesn't
>make it off-topic. It's actually important to know that a lot of
>people in the homeless community share these sorts of views. How can
>you argue with someone if you tell him to shut up every time he says
>something you disagree with?
>William, it's all about when life begins. there are even people who
>think that since sperms and eggs are alive and could become people,
>that all unused eggs and spilled sperm amount to so many dead people.
>It's one of the Catholic Church's justifications behind forbidding the
>use of condoms. If you went that far you'd have to consider yourself
>guilty of wasting billions of human lives every time you had a
>nocturnal emission. I don't accept that, nor do I accept that a three
>month embryo is a human being. But hey, what would I know about it?
>I've only been listening to the arguments on both sides for
>thirty-two years. I would appreciate hearing something new. I'm not
>going to be swayed by any of the old rants. -- wes
>On Mon, 6 Jun 2005, unclescam wrote:
>> this is the off topic shit that fools are going to perpetrate.
>> wes you gave this idiot the impetus to put this up. let me be the
>> one to say bill you're an idiot. fact, not opinion.
>> On 6/5/2005, "William Charles Tinker" <email@example.com> wrote:
>Discovering New Ways to Harness Stupidity --