Perry Nuttal
Perry Nuttal thanked Tom Jackson's answer

James the mod is thought to be like the Bedouin---he comes and goes silently and at will.  His presence can neither be scheduled nor demanded.

I messaged him about a possible span link on 10/28 and he replied that it had been removed.

I messaged him again on that same day and again on 11/5.  He has … Read more

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Perry Nuttal commented on Darik Majoren's answer
There are two laws common law and admiralty, there are two forms of person natural born and legal entity (legal fiction). As I have said with regards to law if you give up your God given rights you then hand yourself over to your countryman and are then given rights they can give and take … Read more
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Perry Nuttal commented on Darik Majoren's answer
I've been an atheist, I'm currently without label and have studied all sorts of areas. Today GOD in law is not supernatural it is the country's judgement. Interesting freemasons are not subject to our laws same as anyone who lives in the state of columbia or our own green mile and barr association in The … Read more
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Perry Nuttal thanked Just Ice's answer

Q "Do you think evolution is a rational explanation of mans origin?"


1. No one can deny that it is an explanation

2. However, it is not the only explanation

3. Bear in mind also that rational simply means following logical reasoning. An explanation can be rational but that does not necessarily mean

a] that it is complete

b] that … Read more

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Perry Nuttal answered carlos Striker's question

Because you care what others think of you in case they don't like you or will judge you in someway, and that can often transfer into an almost acting nature due to self obsession, especially in a culture that is obsessed with selfies and social sites like facebook etc. The way to escape that and … Read more

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Perry Nuttal commented on Darik Majoren's answer
I think in a biological world run by physical law where all good and bad acts end in zero there can be no logical meaning. However, man appears to feel like they have a sense of freewill both theist and atheist, and feel that their life has meaning, and it is this that stops people … Read more
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Perry Nuttal commented on Darik Majoren's answer
It's not the first time DM Sure, you can have an impact on others who will live on after you die, "but one day they will disappear into thin air too." To my mind, all this talk of valuable life experiences adding up to something meaningful is like talking about how to make X add … Read more
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Perry Nuttal commented on Darik Majoren's answer
Slavery was a matter of social class in the bible it was accepted and is no different today, ever noticed the leaders or rich class who inherit their wealth, and land ownership simply because they are classed as a better type of person as you? And you are in tge slave class, yes you have … Read more
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Perry Nuttal commented on Darik Majoren's answer
You still speak as yourself as if your mind is separate from biology and physical law, with freedom of choice, but there can be no freewill in a world governed by physical law you are merely a biological reactor to past lessons and genetics. You are speaking about good and bad in a biological world … Read more
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Perry Nuttal commented on Darik Majoren's answer
DM I'm not saying your life doesn't "feel" like it has meaning. However, the contradictory nature of a person who demands reason and logic then says there the impact of their good works matters in a world destined to end where all good and bad works result in zero is unfathomable. Just because life feels … Read more