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Posted by M.W.Pearson on March 27, 2003 06:19:07 UTC

Lots of what we hear is not
properly quantified.
A lot of things depend on your point of view.
If you can't see it from the other side(s) you
don't really comprehend a matter scientifically.
That is why we have a half-educated guy as President. He doesn't even know the full import of what they're really doing in his name because
his granular detail about world history is quite sketchy.
As Thomas Jefferson wrote:
"I tremble for my country when I realize that God is just."
as an add-on, I wonder if God really is just?
I mean, there is only modest evidence for it.

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