⚧ C.T.L.W. You figure it out
My Endo doc went over my blood work. "I see your estrogen level is now at 315, do you feel like you have too much Estrogen now?"
I told her "... N... N.. No..." and started crying.
if you know that they say a prayer at the begining of the meeting and you don't want to hear it wait till they are done.
football game prayers depending are still legal.
just like a judge ruled in favor of a cheerleader group could put bible verses on their banners at a football game.
these athiest activist need to go back and read the constitution again. this just killed their argument. their attempt to squash any religious talk in a public forum has for at least now failed.
here is the opinion. it is limited though it only applies to this one city although that may expand depending.
Last edited by ludin; 05-05-14 at 10:14 AM.
I would prefer that if these prayers had to happen, that they could happen at the end, so that those who doesn't want to participate can exit and not miss any of the business of the meeting.
What the hell is wrong with people? Are they scared that the prayers of someone next to them are going to rub off? Are they so faithless in their atheism that they believe they'll be converted just because of association?
In all seriousness, though, I don't see this is being any different from my obligation to put up with someone's profanity in public, when I choose to go to public places. When a young woman exclaims "Jesus ****ing Christ within ear shot of me, I find it a little offensive, because I wouldn't use that term in a public setting, but since I choose to go into the public, I am essentially obligated to tolerate her freedom of expression, no matter how offensive I find it.
"God is the name by which I designate all things which cross my path violently and recklessly, all things which alter my plans and intentions, and change the course of my life, for better or for worse."
-C G Jung
Last edited by tacomancer; 05-05-14 at 11:22 AM.