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Topic: Rules and Arguments
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Kevin

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Rules and Arguments
Posted: Mar 11, 2013 6:16 PM
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A degree in Aerospace Engineering always translates in any science
discipline. AE always gets empirical proof of concept. Either an
aircraft or a satelite works or it doesn't work. The implications of
AE are that aerospace engineers are always resonable in terms of
cooperation with the other science disciplines. Outside of AE, science
is objectified as a heavily moderated argument. My black gypsy ex-
girlfriend thinks she has the right idea. She says she has class
because she doesn't argue about religion. She says having class is
objectified by never arguing about religion. Well, she must have
empathy with all the autistic non-aerospace engineers since they all
think the same way as she does. Christianity is a religion that argues
about religion. Every other religion out there is just a set of rules
intended to differentiate one religion from another. My black gypsy ex-
girlfriend says that the seven days of creation is a stupid argument
so I must be wrong about that. I'm not wrong about that if the seven
days of creation is a stupid argument *by design*. I don't know how I
should feel empathy for christians who never argue about religion.
Joel (aka Mr. Sunshine) Olsteen obviously feels superior for never
arguing about religion but he makes money hand over fist by feeding
the class obsession beast. It's not God who gave Joel Osteen all that
money. Joel Osteen has *way* more money than he has any idea of what
to do with.


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