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Vrede too wrote:
Fri Jan 24, 2020 10:25 am
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Fri Jan 24, 2020 7:41 am
Yeah, these people are trump cult members without a doubt. They exemplify the "poorly educated" that trump gushes over. Several grammatical errors on their website. And it's been over six hours since I sent Rodney my email; if it hasn't come back as undeliverable by now, it won't. I urge all who care about and enjoy calling out fake Christians to write now before they get wise (become wise cunt attention seeking whores, as ratten would put it) and start rejecting the thousands of emails they should be getting about now. Let's show Rodney how we feel about him.
One quibble: One could also call Lusty Luffman a 'biblically accurate Christian. :wave:
To: PoplinJamie@yahoo.com, whynot297@yahoo.com, Pastorswife@ymail.com
Cc: rodneyluffman@yahoo.com
Subject: Where was your god?

Youth Pastor Jamie Poplin, Treasurer Matt Fuller, Adult Sunday School Teacher Vicki Luffman 'Pastor's Wife'
Cc: Pastor Rodney Luffman

Re: North Carolina pastor charged with more than 100 sex crimes
https://www.yahoo.com/news/north-caroli ... 37899.html

Complicit or oblivious, shame on you. Some stench NEVER washes off.

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:thumbup: Pretty good; succinct and to the point. Too bad they've now disabled their accounts. Hell, those treacherous fuckers are liable to burn their own church down for the insurance money and then blame blacks for it. I'm lucky to have gotten my diatribe in under the wire. I bet they're still bitching about it and sharing among themselves the depravity I've accused them all of being part of. They'll never get over it.

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Fri Jan 24, 2020 4:40 pm
:thumbup: Pretty good; succinct and to the point. Too bad they've now disabled their accounts. Hell, those treacherous fuckers are liable to burn their own church down for the insurance money and then blame blacks for it. I'm lucky to have gotten my diatribe in under the wire. I bet they're still bitching about it and sharing among themselves the depravity I've accused them all of being part of. They'll never get over it.
Did you forward to the others? I thought you only wrote the Pervy Pastor.

Thanks. So far, it looks like only the Pastor's Wife has disabled her account. My other CCs, even the one to the Pervy Pastor, have not bounced.
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neoplacebo wrote:
Fri Jan 24, 2020 4:40 pm
:thumbup: Pretty good; succinct and to the point. Too bad they've now disabled their accounts. Hell, those treacherous fuckers are liable to burn their own church down for the insurance money and then blame blacks for it. I'm lucky to have gotten my diatribe in under the wire. I bet they're still bitching about it and sharing among themselves the depravity I've accused them all of being part of. They'll never get over it.
Did you forward to the others? I thought you only wrote the Pervy Pastor.

Thanks. So far, it looks like only the Pastor's Wife has disabled her account. My other CCs, even the one to the Pervy Pastor, have not bounced.
Praise the Lord! I myself only sent a note to the pastor. I guess they don't have access to his account; not surprising, since it likely contains more evidence of his sinful wretched existence. I may have to spread the gospel to those remaining few who have not forsaken all things yahoo.

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Fri Jan 24, 2020 4:59 pm
Praise the Lord! I myself only sent a note to the pastor. I guess they don't have access to his account; not surprising, since it likely contains more evidence of his sinful wretched existence. I may have to spread the gospel to those remaining few who have not forsaken all things yahoo.
I did not get any replies :x , which isn't very Christian of them :D .


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Vrede too wrote:
Tue Jan 28, 2020 1:26 pm
neoplacebo wrote:
Fri Jan 24, 2020 4:59 pm
Praise the Lord! I myself only sent a note to the pastor. I guess they don't have access to his account; not surprising, since it likely contains more evidence of his sinful wretched existence. I may have to spread the gospel to those remaining few who have not forsaken all things yahoo.
I did not get any replies :x , which isn't very Christian of them :D .


Site That Called Impeachment a 'Jew Coup' Got Passes for Trump Trip

It’s easy to assume evil intent on the part of the POSPOTUS Klan in supporting bigoted rightwing TruNews, and that very well may be the case. However, we have all learned by now that the POSPOTUS Klan is also capable of monumental stupidity and incompetence. It’s not like quality people are willing to ruin their resumes by working for Dolt .45.
I've not heard a peep either. Of course, I suspect Rodney is still in jail, so he can't send me his daily prayer blessing, which really sucks. For him. Until those other Christians do something vile enough to make me recognize their existence, they remain a black hole of ignorance and likely incestuous goings on. I still say they'll burn down their own church for insurance money; and be caught. But they will play the Christian thing all the way down.

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neoplacebo wrote:
Tue Jan 28, 2020 3:26 pm
I've not heard a peep either. Of course, I suspect Rodney is still in jail, so he can't send me his daily prayer blessing, which really sucks. For him. Until those other Christians do something vile enough to make me recognize their existence, they remain a black hole of ignorance and likely incestuous goings on. I still say they'll burn down their own church for insurance money; and be caught. But they will play the Christian thing all the way down.
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Opps, the image above disappeared.

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Muslims Placed on No-Fly List by FBI Agents to Coerce Them to Spy on Their Communities Ask Supreme Court to Allow Lawsuit to Go Forward

It's ironic that they may sue for damages under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA), and they might win. Be careful what you wish for, rightwing Christians.
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I don't know why, but I'm still amazed that, among others, the religious people can't seem to grasp the concept of "if it applies to me, it applies to them." Reminds me of the different view today's gun nuts had on gun control back when the Black Panthers had guns.

https://www.history.com/news/black-pant ... ulford-act

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You'd never see Mitch McConnell or Don Jr anywhere near that hallway. :lol:

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Tonight

Independent Lens
new episode

10:00 PM ET, 1 hr 30 min 2020 TV-PG
Season 21 • Episode 10 • We Believe in Dinosaurs • documentary / anthology

The building of a $120 million Noah's Ark exhibit is featured, backed by the Creation Museum in Williamstown, Kentucky. It was designed to prove the Bible is historically and scientifically accurate. Residents who support and oppose it are heard from...
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Christian group's survey about whether America would be better off if "more Christians were elected to public office" doesn't turn out like they hoped. :shock:
https://www.yahoo.com/huffpost/christia ... 16940.html

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neoplacebo wrote:
Tue Feb 18, 2020 6:22 am
Christian group's survey about whether America would be better off if "more Christians were elected to public office" doesn't turn out like they hoped. :shock:
https://www.yahoo.com/huffpost/christia ... 16940.html
:lol: :!: Clearly god's will.
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Kentucky Atheist Awarded $150,000 In Fight Over Vanity License Plates

If you’re looking for God, keep your eyes peeled for a white Jeep Grand Cherokee with custom Kentucky plates that read “IM GOD.”

You may not find the Almighty behind the wheel, but you’re likely at least to encounter Ben Hart. The self-identified atheist sued the state in 2016 after he was denied the vanity plate because it was “vulgar or obscene.”

A U.S. District Court ruled in Hart’s favor last November. Last week, the court also ordered the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet to pay $150,000 in attorney’s fees and litigation costs to the American Civil Liberties Union and the Freedom From Religion Foundation, the groups that backed the three-year suit.

Hart told Kentucky’s FOX19 he hopes his plates raise awareness that religious beliefs are open to individual interpretation. As for the specific claim made on the plates, he has an answer for that, too:
“I can prove I’m God. You can’t prove I’m not. Now, how can I prove I’m God? Well, there are six definitions for God in the American Heritage Dictionary, and number five is a very handsome man, and my wife says I’m a very handsome man, and nobody argues with my wife.”
The court ruled in Hart’s favor as a matter of free speech, noting Kentucky has previously approved pro-religious plates like “IM4GOD,” “ASKGOD,” GR8GOD,” and “LUVGOD.”
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As for the issue of vulgarity, the state also previously signed off on plates reading “BOOGR” and “FATA55,” effectively undercutting that argument.

Hart had similar plates on his car when he lived in Ohio, where they were approved without issue.
1 FAT CAN, you're good to go in KY :clap: .
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Fri Feb 21, 2020 4:19 pm
Kentucky Atheist Awarded $150,000 In Fight Over Vanity License Plates

If you’re looking for God, keep your eyes peeled for a white Jeep Grand Cherokee with custom Kentucky plates that read “IM GOD.”

You may not find the Almighty behind the wheel, but you’re likely at least to encounter Ben Hart. The self-identified atheist sued the state in 2016 after he was denied the vanity plate because it was “vulgar or obscene.”

A U.S. District Court ruled in Hart’s favor last November. Last week, the court also ordered the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet to pay $150,000 in attorney’s fees and litigation costs to the American Civil Liberties Union and the Freedom From Religion Foundation, the groups that backed the three-year suit.

Hart told Kentucky’s FOX19 he hopes his plates raise awareness that religious beliefs are open to individual interpretation. As for the specific claim made on the plates, he has an answer for that, too:
“I can prove I’m God. You can’t prove I’m not. Now, how can I prove I’m God? Well, there are six definitions for God in the American Heritage Dictionary, and number five is a very handsome man, and my wife says I’m a very handsome man, and nobody argues with my wife.”
The court ruled in Hart’s favor as a matter of free speech, noting Kentucky has previously approved pro-religious plates like “IM4GOD,” “ASKGOD,” GR8GOD,” and “LUVGOD.”
:---P
As for the issue of vulgarity, the state also previously signed off on plates reading “BOOGR” and “FATA55,” effectively undercutting that argument.

Hart had similar plates on his car when he lived in Ohio, where they were approved without issue.
1 FAT CAN, you're good to go in KY :clap: .
I saw that the other day that he finally got his license plate. He should drive to the Noah's Ark religious gimcrack tourist park and park in a conspicuous place; the faithful will go "god has come" and best of all, the cat fan really will feel at home in KY since they have the Wildcats.

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Score one for the good side (if not necessarily the good guys). Seventh Day Adventists bring more religious lawsuits than all the rest combined.
Most are lame and/or set-ups.

https://www.foxnews.com/us/supreme-cour ... -exemption

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I remember interviewing for a spot in a shared home back in my very early college days.

One place was inhabited by a group of rather religious young men. I had no opinion on the matter, until they invited me to a meeting in the home. One of them got up and started ranting and raving. I can't quite remember what he was all about, just that it seemed to me to be way creepy. I passed on that place.

Since then I've kept a certain distance from the stridently religious. I think some of them use their religion as an emotional crutch to overcompensate for their personal issues. OK for them, I just don't like for them to push their over compensation on me.
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1 cat drama spreader is a mormon?
It is a good thing that he has the biggest idiot in SC to show him around.

http://conservativepoliticalforum.com/n ... rld-today/

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billy.pilgrim wrote:
Fri Feb 28, 2020 10:45 am
1 cat drama spreader is a mormon?

Because he cites the Idaho State Journal ? Could be, Pocatello is majority Mormon, but maybe someone sent him the link or it was just what popped up when he googled?

It is a good thing that he has the biggest idiot in SC to show him around.

Last I knew supsalemgr lived in a gated community right here in Hooterville, NC, but maybe that changed in the last 6 years or so.

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