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Hillary Clinton: psychotic eyes, psychotic mind

| January 10, 2016 | 0 Comments
Hillary Clinton: psychotic eyes, psychotic mind

Delusions are defined as beliefs that are not supported by the cultural or religious context and there is clear evidence that they are false – nevertheless, they are strong convictions that the patient believes in completely. ~ Markus MacGill, British medical writer You can look out the window in Las Vegas and see snow and […]

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Trump and Jesus

| January 7, 2016 | 0 Comments
Trump and Jesus

And they watched him, and sent forth spies, which should feign themselves just men, that they might take hold of his words, that so they might deliver him unto the power and authority of the governor. ~ Luke 20:20 “[Megyn Kelly] must have had a terrible vacation, she is really off her game. Was afraid […]

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Star Wars: The Force of Progressivism Awakens

| December 30, 2015 | 0 Comments
Star Wars: The Force of Progressivism Awakens

  “Without the Jedi, there can be no balance in the Force.” ~ Lor San Tekka “There has been an Awakening… have you felt it? The Dark-side and the Light” ~Supreme Leader Snoke Prologue With the Holidays nearing and the year ending, a new generation of the world’s most celebrated movie franchise is revealed – […]

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Batman Zero Year: Savage America

| December 30, 2015 | 0 Comments
Batman Zero Year: Savage America

By Stone Washington “Just a war of the mind. What is war, if not a battle between two strategies?” ~ The Riddler “Maybe that’s what Batman is about. Not winning. But failing, and getting back up. Knowing He’ll fail, fail a thousand times, but still won’t give up.” ~ Batman Zero Year Savage City–Part 1 The […]

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Symposium–The God of the night before

| December 29, 2015 | 0 Comments
Symposium–The God of the night before

Socrates (470-399 B.C.) was a famous Greek philosopher from Athens, who taught Plato, and Plato taught Aristotle, and Aristotle taught Alexander the Great. Socrates used a simple but cleverly profound method of teaching by asking penetrating, revelatory, and psychologically probing questions. The Greeks called this form Dialectic – starting from a thesis or question, then […]

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Symposium–Your faith must stand trial

| December 27, 2015 | 0 Comments
Symposium–Your faith must stand trial

Socrates (470-399 B.C.) was a famous Greek philosopher from Athens, who taught Plato, and Plato taught Aristotle, and Aristotle taught Alexander the Great. Socrates used a simple but cleverly profound method of teaching by asking penetrating, revelatory, and psychologically probing questions. The Greeks called this form Dialectic – starting from a thesis or question, then […]

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Symposium–Get in the birth position

| December 21, 2015 | 0 Comments
Symposium–Get in the birth position

Socrates (470-399 B.C.) was a famous Greek philosopher from Athens, who taught Plato, and Plato taught Aristotle, and Aristotle taught Alexander the Great. Socrates used a simple but cleverly profound method of teaching by asking penetrating, revelatory, and psychologically probing questions. The Greeks called this form Dialectic – starting from a thesis or question, then […]

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Symposium–This is your time

| December 20, 2015 | 0 Comments
Symposium–This is your time

Socrates (470-399 B.C.) was a famous Greek philosopher from Athens, who taught Plato, and Plato taught Aristotle, and Aristotle taught Alexander the Great. Socrates used a simple but cleverly profound method of teaching by asking penetrating, revelatory, and psychologically probing questions. The Greeks called this form Dialectic – starting from a thesis or question, then […]

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Symposium–God’s gonna make you laugh

| December 15, 2015 | 0 Comments
Symposium–God’s gonna make you laugh

Socrates (470-399 B.C.) was a famous Greek philosopher from Athens, who taught Plato, and Plato taught Aristotle, and Aristotle taught Alexander the Great. Socrates used a simple but cleverly profound method of teaching by asking penetrating, revelatory, and psychologically probing questions. The Greeks called this form Dialectic – starting from a thesis or question, then […]

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Symposium–detours of destiny

| December 15, 2015 | 0 Comments
Symposium–detours of destiny

Socrates (470-399 B.C.) was a famous Greek philosopher from Athens, who taught Plato, and Plato taught Aristotle, and Aristotle taught Alexander the Great. Socrates used a simple but cleverly profound method of teaching by asking penetrating, revelatory, and psychologically probing questions. The Greeks called this form Dialectic – starting from a thesis or question, then […]

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