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Hey, there's an idea. Have a garage sale right in front of your house and sell all of this stuff there. But only take Bitcoins.

LOL...this reminds me of the time where this guy broke into this house where the family was on vacation and he put everything out on the front yard and had a yard sale the next day.   ... I'm not sure if he used bitcoins or not.

I didn't...I mean, he didn't.
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the Star 34 Family Restaurant which I do not own nor does the owner accept Bitcoin.

is it open 24/7? go down there right now in your pj's and ask them to accept bitcoin.


It's not open 24/7, but you gave me an excellent idea--Bitcoin Pajamas. What do you think, Matthew?
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ROFLOL!!! Oh my god, is that what you think? Sorry, but being a fan of furry art has as much to do with screwing animals as being a fan of Star Wars has to do with screwing wookies, being a fan of Twiligh has to do with screwing vampires, or being a fan of My Little Pony has to do with doing forbidden things in a stable. Also, sorry to tell you this, but being a huge fan of anthropomorphic ponies, and the art style used in that show, does technically make you a furry  Grin You and your god are a little uptight.

There are always disturbed people who take their fandom too far, but you are the one rating animals by degree of sexual permissiveness and informing the general public about it, not I. 

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Sorry, this part really caught me by surprise. I swear I am not trying to put you down, and it's all just curiocity, but how does being an agronomist make you great at teaching economics? Did he go over the supply/demand curves on quantity/price graphs and things like that?

The work he does focuses on making the absolute most efficient use of available land.  This applies lessons learned in biology, chemistry, economics, earth sciences, and genetics.  Although you can't genetically modify a factory worker to make her more efficient, a lot of the same lessons apply.  He didn't strictly teach from that perspective though, he taught me about a wide range of economic theory, including communist and socialist theory to see if I could discover the flaws.  But mostly he taught me to understand Ludwig von Mises and the praxeology of the Australian school of economics and how it can be used to predict the behaviors of the market.

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But mostly he taught me to understand Ludwig von Mises and the praxeology of the Australian school of economics and how it can be used to predict the behaviors of the market.


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But mostly he taught me to understand Ludwig von Mises and the praxeology of the Australian school of economics and how it can be used to predict the behaviors of the market.


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ROFLOL!!! Oh my god, is that what you think? Sorry, but being a fan of furry art has as much to do with screwing animals as being a fan of Star Wars has to do with screwing wookies, being a fan of Twiligh has to do with screwing vampires, or being a fan of My Little Pony has to do with doing forbidden things in a stable. Also, sorry to tell you this, but being a huge fan of anthropomorphic ponies, and the art style used in that show, does technically make you a furry  Grin You and your god are a little uptight.

There are always disturbed people who take their fandom too far, but you are the one rating animals by degree of sexual permissiveness and informing the general public about it, not I. 

Sorry if I wasn't being specific enough. I didn't mean actual foxes, I meant people who associate their "fury persona" as foxes, or role play anthropomorphic foxes online (see his avatar pic) who are stereotypically considered sluts. Probably in the same way that Treckies who associate themselves with or role play Klingons may be thought as as typically being hardheaded badasses (though I know absolutely nothing about Star trek random, so am just guessing). Being a fan of MLP does make you a furry, and learning about that fandom is going to be a trip down a rabit hole you may not want to go down into (especially since a lot of people in that group started out as Christians, and ended up turning against and hating religions in general). Run while you can!

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Sorry, but being a fan of furry art has as much to do with screwing animals as being a fan of Star Wars has to do with screwing wookies, being a fan of Twiligh has to do with screwing vampires, or being a fan of My Little Pony has to do with doing forbidden things in a stable.
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Bad analogy. Being a fan of Twilight has everything to do with screwing vampires..... or werewolves.

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thank you guys, you have provided excellent entertainment for "the best part of an hour"

shit i can't stop laughing
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Sorry, but being a fan of furry art has as much to do with screwing animals as being a fan of Star Wars has to do with screwing wookies, being a fan of Twiligh has to do with screwing vampires, or being a fan of My Little Pony has to do with doing forbidden things in a stable.
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Bad analogy. Being a fan of Twilight has everything to do with screwing vampires..... or werewolves.

Yeah, I thought that may be, but really, you can't screw vampires/werewolfes, because they don't exist. Just as sexy anime girls, or anthropomorphic animals, don't exist. I wouldn't be surprised if people at Twilight conventions dressed up like vampires and screwed, too (would that be just covering yourself in glitter paint?)  Cheesy

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I wouldn't be surprised if people at Twilight conventions dressed up like vampires and screwed, too (would that be just covering yourself in glitter paint?)  Cheesy

The glitter sticks to the shame.

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Sorry if I wasn't being specific enough. I didn't mean actual foxes, I meant people who associate their "fury persona" as foxes, or role play anthropomorphic foxes online (see his avatar pic) who are stereotypically considered sluts. Probably in the same way that Treckies who associate themselves with or role play Klingons may be thought as as typically being hardheaded badasses (though I know absolutely nothing about Star trek random, so am just guessing). Being a fan of MLP does make you a furry, and learning about that fandom is going to be a trip down a rabit hole you may not want to go down into (especially since a lot of people in that group started out as Christians, and ended up turning against and hating religions in general). Run while you can!

First off, I reject your definition of everyone on the planet who liked Mickey Mouse as a furry.  It renders the term meaningless.  Secondly, I did not say anything about furries being perverted.  I said your lifestyle is perverted.  You are sexually attracted to the physical characteristics of animals and have not been shy about making that clear.

I will pray for you.

Pray that God touches my country America and that we turn from the sin of anthropomorphic pseudo-bestiality. I ask for us that we will love all anthropomorphic pseudo-bestiality participants as you love all people. Have mercy on us because we are sinful and turn away from You, Jesus. We have desired lust and shameful behavior instead of Your perfect love. Give us a real hunger to honor You and to befriend anthropomorphic pseudo-bestiality participants and bring them Your gospel of love and not of hate. Jesus, You tell us that we need to love our neighbor and that God will bring us into account our sin if we do not repent and ask for forgiveness. May our lives be a sacrifice of love and fear before You Jesus. Change our sinful hearts. Bring America back to You. Thank you Jesus for the mercy you have extended for so long on us. Use us to bring revival to all around us.

Amen.

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First off, I reject your definition of everyone on the planet who liked Mickey Mouse as a furry.  It renders the term meaningless.  Secondly, I did not say anything about furries being perverted.  I said your lifestyle is perverted.  You are sexually attracted to the physical characteristics of animals and have not been shy about making that clear.

I will pray for you.

Pray that God touches my country America and that we turn from the sin of anthropomorphic pseudo-bestiality. I ask for us that we will love all anthropomorphic pseudo-bestiality participants as you love all people. Have mercy on us because we are sinful and turn away from You, Jesus. We have desired lust and shameful behavior instead of Your perfect love. Give us a real hunger to honor You and to befriend anthropomorphic pseudo-bestiality participants and bring them Your gospel of love and not of hate. Jesus, You tell us that we need to love our neighbor and that God will bring us into account our sin if we do not repent and ask for forgiveness. May our lives be a sacrifice of love and fear before You Jesus. Change our sinful hearts. Bring America back to You. Thank you Jesus for the mercy you have extended for so long on us. Use us to bring revival to all around us.

Amen.

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Scary thing is, Disney fans are actually way way way more creepy and screwed up than furry fans. They scare creepy furries.
I did mention I was a very devout, god fearing, weekly church attending catholic, didn't I? I had prayers like those too a long time ago. They they changed to "God, deliver me from your followers," and finally to "God, deliver me from your dictatorial, unyielding, and hypocritical slave mentality."
Good luck to you though.

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The Catholic Church is corrupted and perverted to the core, I'm not surprised you were unable to find inner peace there.  However, unconditional love is hardly dictatorial, it just means you have high expectations to live up to.  I will continue to pray for your salvation from your life of sin.

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I did mention I was a very devout, god fearing, weekly church attending catholic, didn't I?
"Bless me father, for I have sinned.  Today I had impure thoughts about anthromorphic fox penis.

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What do you mean, 'excommunicated'?"

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I did mention I was a very devout, god fearing, weekly church attending catholic, didn't I?
"Bless me father, for I have sinned.  Today I had impure thoughts about anthromorphic fox penis.

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What do you mean, 'excommunicated'?"

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The Catholic Church is corrupted and perverted to the core, I'm not surprised you were unable to find inner peace there.  However, unconditional love is hardly dictatorial, it just means you have high expectations to live up to.  I will continue to pray for your salvation from your life of sin.

The church I went to was no different from the protestant and baptist churches I visited. Over all, all of them teach the same thing. And all of them don't make much sense, or are contradictory/hypocritical. How can there be unconditional love, and eternal punishment/damnation, from the same being? How can someone claiming infinite capacity for love and forgiveness, hold petty grudges for rather benign transgressions, and punish someone for them for all eternity? How can someone with omnipotent foresight, who knows everything that has happened and will happen, set up situations he knows will lead to specific outcomes, and blame us for choices he knew we would make?

"Bless me father, for I have sinned.  Today I had impure thoughts about anthromorphic fox penis.

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What do you mean, 'excommunicated'?"

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The fundamental difference with the Catholic church is that the hierarchy is run by homosexuals and pedophiles and those willing to protect them.  You can't expect much spiritual growth from such an organization.

God does not punish anyone with hell, all you have to do is accept Jesus as your savior and your sins can be forgiven and he will take you into heaven.  Only those who consciously choose to reject this offer of unconditional love will experience damnation.  That free will is a gift, not a curse.

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God does not punish anyone with hell, all you have to do is accept Jesus as your savior and your sins can be forgiven and he will take you into heaven.  Only those who consciously choose to reject this offer of unconditional love will experience damnation.  That free will is a gift, not a curse.

That's the other thing I don't get. What gives Jesus the right to forgive transgressions against others? If I hit you, I have hurt you, not Jesus. It's you I would need forgiveness from, not him. If a murderer killed my mother, asked Jesus for forgiveness instead of me, and Jesus forgave him, am I supposed to assume everything is ok now? If it was your parent or friend who was murdered, can I forgive the murderer in your place?
And why did god have to kill Jesus, anyway? Couldn't he just have just done all that without the showmanship and torture?

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God does not punish anyone with hell, all you have to do is accept Jesus as your savior and your sins can be forgiven and he will take you into heaven.  Only those who consciously choose to reject this offer of unconditional love will experience damnation.  That free will is a gift, not a curse.

That's the other thing I don't get. What gives Jesus the right to forgive transgressions against others? If I hit you, I have hurt you, not Jesus. It's you I would need forgiveness from, not him. If a murderer killed my mother, asked Jesus for forgiveness instead of me, and Jesus forgave him, am I supposed to assume everything is ok now? If it was your parent or friend who was murdered, can I forgive the murderer in your place?
And why did god have to kill Jesus, anyway? Couldn't he just have just done all that without the showmanship and torture?

I'm not stepping into a religious discussion, but you asked so I'll give you the tl;dr version:

Under the Law of the Jews, sin was 'covered' by blood offerings.  These were usually of livestock.  The better quality livestock that was sacrificed, the more 'potent' the offering. (IE, if you sacrifice that sick, near-dead goat, God won't like it as much).  What gives Jesus the 'right to forgive' is that (allegedly) he was completely perfect - had never sinned.  This means two things:  1) He would be a top-notch sacrifice, 2) Since Jesus had never sinned, Death (which is listed as a separate entity, aside Satan) never had a right to claim Jesus (since the story goes that sin is the seed of Death.  no sin, no death). This would mean that Death has technically forfeited his rights to mankind.  To claim that immunity, one must believe in Jesus as your 'personal sacrifice'.

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Under the Law of the Jews, sin was 'covered' by blood offerings.  These were usually of livestock.  The better quality livestock that was sacrificed, the more 'potent' the offering. (IE, if you sacrifice that sick, near-dead goat, God won't like it as much).  What gives Jesus the 'right to forgive' is that (allegedly) he was completely perfect - had never sinned.  This means two things:  1) He would be a top-notch sacrifice, 2) Since Jesus had never sinned, Death (which is listed as a separate entity, aside Satan) never had a right to claim Jesus (since the story goes that sin is the seed of Death.  no sin, no death). This would mean that Death has technically forfeited his rights to mankind.  To claim that immunity, one must believe in Jesus as your 'personal sacrifice'.

/end theology class

Wow, um, weird fairy tale...

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