Post by JohnW
Quote (Kattarina98 @ May 14 2014,04:09) Quote (rossum @ May 14 2014,12:34) Quote (George @ May 14 2014,01:43) Quote (Richardthughes @ May 13 2014,15:52) Quote (George @ May 12 2014,08:33) Quote (timothya @ May 12 2014,00:56)Byers at UD on the intelligence gene:
Quote As said before intelligence can be measured. However its still just measuring a point in time of some people or person.
If conclusions are made then it must be a controlled experiment.
no bringing immigrant peoples from backward nations into our nations AND THEN SCORING IT.
The only reason this stuff is allowed is because they don’t have to admit to a british or aryan or white superiority. Otherwise these books and writers would be burned at the stake.
Its proof its a liberal establishment and not common consent on these matters.
in reality there is no such thing as intelligence. just divisions of knowing.
The bible says Wisdom, first, and then understanding and then knowledge. its all outside us and its there for everybody HOWEVER generally the people you are born into and mingle with are the origin for what the kid picks up.
Thats why there are identity differences. Including motivation to explain female behindness etc.
You would have to think long and hard to deliberately cram so much toxic rubbish into so few words. There are at least three good reasons to keep your mouth closed in an Internet discussion:
1. If you don't know what you are talking about
2. If you don't want to prove that you don't know what you are talking about
3. If you don't want the flies to crap all over your tongue
I have to admit to being a big fan of female behindness.
But will you ever get to the bottom of it?
No, just arsing around.
We need to get back to fundamentals here.
You shouldn't make female anatomy the butt of your jokes.
Post by fnxtr
What I want to know is who was St. Eve, and why did she need a Tory?
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Post by Lou FCD
Quote (dhogaza @ May 12 2014,00:42)Some new bird and mammal photos taken over the last week ...
You are getting some awesome stuff!
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