Proud owner of:
Nintendo compnent cable, Two wiimotes w/ nunchucks, Red Steel -ROCKS, Wii Sport-ROCKS, Rayman Raving Rabbids-Finished, Heatseeker-WOW Wii play
"anything you do wii can do better"
yea, i am, why?
Thanks idjut for the sig.
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i used to be but now id rather eat my own leg than go back to believing that nonsense i used to believe in.
i almost became a preacher, now im practically atheist...
Wii: Super Mario Galaxy, Zelda:Twilight Princess, \/\/ii Sports, \/\/ario \/\/are, Tiger \/\/oods:07, \/\/ii Play, Super paper Mario, Prince of Persia, Game Party//-//3 Remotes, 2 Chuks, Retro Skin
DS:Zelda Phantom hourglass, New Super Mario Bros, Tetris DS, Brain Age, Brain Age 2, Touchmaster, Big Brain Academy, Mario Kart DS, Castlevania:Portrait of Time//Retro Skin, Switch&Carry Digital Camou Case.
catholic family though.
be daring, be different, be impractical,
be anything that will assert integrity of purpose
and imaginative vision against the play-it-safers,
the creatures of commonplace, the slaves of the ordinary.
X-Mas Wish List :
PlayStation 3,Call of Duty 4,Guitar Hero 3(w/ 2 Guitars)Assassin's Creed(Mayb),Oblivion,Ps3 Control.
PSN ID : Mc_Evan
...Hahahaha, nonsense. What, did you start this just to be flamed (in a lovely Christian way of course)?
I love you, Adam.
I think I'm agnostic.
Not completely sure if that is the correct term for my beliefs though.
You want to sit down but you sold your chair.
So you just stand there.
Xbox Live Gamertag: RizGiz
I'm Catholic. Do you mean like Catholic Christian or like "Come to Young Life Camp and talk about God (so we can convert you!)" Christian?
RIP: Hidden in Plain View, Counterfit Pennies, The Early November
thanks to idjut for the sig!
I hear a quite a few people say "I'm agnostic" and then follow with "I believe in a God, a supreme being, but not as outlined in Christian Theology".Originally Posted by Chewy
That's a loose interpretation of Agnosticism (it's really incorrect). It's not really even the middle ground between Atheism and Theism.
The former is the absolute belief in no God (Theistic counterpositive?). The latter is the absolute belief in God (or potentially Gods assuming non-Christian).
Anyway, an Agnostic believes that god is unknowable - they're against the belief systems of both Athiests and Theists as they both assume a definite position on god.
In logic systems a truth value, i.e., the probability of an answer being correct, like True, False (if there a God?), Agnostics would argue that it's a null, the answer can't be know, the question can't be defined.
"I want to be more like the ocean, no talking, all action"
- Jane's Addiction
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"The grammar corrections around here are officially old and tired."
IMO, Santa Claus is probably as realistic a concept as ~*God*~, and Santa is way cooler.