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  • how to erase angelfire site?

    i played in a band and the drummer created an angelfire page. it looks bad and i want to get rid of it. he can't remember the log in info because it was so long ago.

    thank you.

    1 AnswerOther - Computers1 decade ago
  • Through this site, I learned that I'm a terrorist.?

    You know because I think it's horrifying to kill civilians unengaged in combat even when they're just Arab, Muslim, Iraqi, Palestinian or Lebanese. Oh, but of course. All of the deaths are unintended. See how terrorism is seeping into the mind? I better be more vigilant and think it is perfectly good to kill a baby because his name may be Mohammed.

    11 AnswersOther - Society & Culture1 decade ago
  • Hypothetical situation: how do you think Christ would be treated if he were around now?

    he doesn't have a job, hangs out with a posse of ruffians, believes in love, would NOT support a war for power and profit - yes, He would see through the BS spewed by the warmongers unlike the most of you sheep who would see though it as well if you paid any attention to facts, would question the justice of our current economic system, and would clothe the naked and feed the hungry because what you do to the least among you, you do unto Him. I don't think you'd crucify him, but you would ignore him. You'd approve sending him to Guantanamo if people began to follow in his steps.

    11 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 decade ago
  • Gee, if UN weapons inspections didn't work, how come Saddam didn't use any WMDs when the US attacked in 2003?

    At first, that's why we went in or at least that's what trustworthy people like Cheney and Rumsfeld said. And Hans Blix has the nerve to call them 'bastards.'

    7 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 decade ago
  • Has there ever been a nation or a group that claimed that it was on the wrong side when going to war?

    Try to find one incident where this happened in over 6,000 years of recorded warfare. So, why should we believe Mr. Bush and his friends? It's gotta be more than because they said so.

    7 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 decade ago
  • How come hardly any Christians in the US care about social justice, peace and brotherhood?

    Predominantly, you are pro-war, have nothing but rebuke and arrogance towards the underprivileged and seem most concerned about TV programming, abstinence and abortion. Don't you think Jesus would like to see more than that? Wouldn't he want you to open your hearts and minds rather than engage in culture wars?

    By the way, please note that I start this paragraph with the word, "Predominantly." I know there are Christians who are engaged in helping the needy, trying to address institutional cruelty and injustice and put their physical freedom on the line to confront the dogs of war.

    In fact, here's some links to some of them:

    http://www.soaw.org/new/

    http://www.jonahhouse.org/

    http://www.catholicworker.com/bookstore/

    http://www.forusa.org/

    8 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 decade ago
  • For what? Do tell.?

    “Yes, I killed innocent people for my government. And for what? I feel like I’ve had a hand in some sort of evil lie at the hands of our government. I just feel embarrassed, ashamed about it....I spend long hours speechless and looking at the wall, seeing nothing but images of dead Iraqis.” - Marine Sergeant Jimmy Massey

    Pfc. Bradley Mason, 20 testified that, during the May 9 raid, Girouard told his squad that Clagett and Hunsaker were going to kill three detainees who had been handcuffed.

    Clagett and Hunsaker "just smiled," said Mason, who said he objected to Girouard. "I told him I'm not down with it. It's murder," he said.

    "He[Girouard] said that if I say anything, he'd kill me," Mason said, according to a pool report.

    Cortez and four other soldiers are charged with raping and murdering 14-year-old Abeer al-Janabi, killing her family and then burning the family's home and the girl's body to hide the crime.

    2 AnswersCurrent Events1 decade ago
  • What's it all for?

    “Yes, I killed innocent people for my government. And for what? I feel like I’ve had a hand in some sort of evil lie at the hands of our government. I just feel embarrassed, ashamed about it....I spend long hours speechless and looking at the wall, seeing nothing but images of dead Iraqis.” - Marine Sergeant Jimmy Massey

    Pfc. Bradley Mason, 20 testified that, during the May 9 raid, Girouard told his squad that Clagett and Hunsaker were going to kill three detainees who had been handcuffed.

    Clagett and Hunsaker "just smiled," said Mason, who said he objected to Girouard. "I told him I'm not down with it. It's murder," he said.

    "He[Girouard] said that if I say anything, he'd kill me," Mason said, according to a pool report.

    Cortez and four other soldiers are charged with raping and murdering 14-year-old Abeer al-Janabi, killing her family and then burning the family's home and the girl's body to hide the crime.

    3 AnswersCurrent Events1 decade ago
  • Mel Gibson is a bigot but Hollywood complaining about racism?!?

    Hollywood is one of the biggest and definitely the most influential whites only club with a few minorities around to play token roles. For people to say, "It's time for Hollywood to act!" Please. It has been time for Hollywood to act. But if we're talking just strictly quality of movies, Hollywood has been going straight to the potty for many a years now. How many "I know what you did last Arbor Day" movies can you make?

    p.s. Thanks America for finally turning on Tom Hanks. Now, all of us can agree that his best work was "Bachelor Party."

    p.p.s. If Mel Gibson had said "Arabs are to blame for everything!" I bet not one person other than those present would know about it.

    2 AnswersCurrent Events1 decade ago
  • I've answered several posts regarding the conflict in the Middle East.?

    Why are people so upset that some people happen to care about about Arabs as well as Jews? Isn't that the noble, Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist, pagan, moral, just plain decent thing to do? Children are being killed here. Why fan the flames of war and hate? If you know, please tell me why?

    7 AnswersCurrent Events1 decade ago
  • Does Colombia have the right to spray herbicides in Kentucy and North Carolina?

    The #1 killer drug in the world is tobacco. Nothing else comes close, but the distant second substance is alcohol. As part of Plan Colombia, the US is backing the aerial spraying of herbicides in Colombia to eradicate coca crops. However, the herbicides don't discriminate between coca and bananas, and people in the region are rightly upset when "innocent" crops are destroyed and concerned about health and safety issues. If the US has the right to spray these herbicides in Colombia, then don't the many countries that are often forced to accept US tobacco into their markets have the right to destroy the tobacco growing in Kentucky and North Carolina?

    7 AnswersPolitics1 decade ago
  • Does Cuba have the right to bomb the US for harboring suspected terrorists?

    In early April, "a Spanish-language Miami television station interviewed notorious Cuban terrorist Orlando Bosch, who offered a detailed justification for the 1976 mid-air bombing of a Cubana Airlines flight that killed 73 people, including the young members of the Cuban national fencing team.

    As usual, Bosch refused to admit guilt, but his chilling defense of the bombing – and the strong evidence that has swirled around his role – leave little doubt of his complicity, even as he lives in Miami as a free man.

    Another Cuban exile, Luis Posada Carriles, also has been tied to the bombing, but the Bush administration has so far rebuffed Venezuela’s extradition request for him, since he sneaked into the United States in 2005."

    - Robert Parry, author of "Secrecy & Privilege: Rise of the Bush Dynasty from Watergate to Iraq"

    6 AnswersCurrent Events1 decade ago