Oh, for the gods’ sake!

If you were ever concerned about firearm issues and the alarming number of gun related deaths then here is the Good News …

We donโ€™t have a gun problem in America we have a SIN problem.

 

Don’t you feel so much better just knowing this?

And there is a solution!

In the interests of public safety, please hand over your SIN to your nearest God representative.

Thank you for you cooperation.

 

Ark

 


53 thoughts on “Oh, for the gods’ sake!

  1. Uhm, well my sin is in use and I quite enjoy it, so I think I would rather they just preach tolerance first. I have been known to share my sin, but too many religious leaders have their own sin now, but they don’t share. ๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ‘ Have you noticed that all the religious people seem to think sin is something only other people have? But seriously do these people think the USA is the only place that has sin and so mass shootings? If the whole world has sin, and not mass shootings we have to ask what is different in the US. Let see, we have a lot more fundamental religious nuts and a heck of a lot more guns. I would say both are the problem. Hugs

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  2. I would very much like to know Mr. Mosher’s extensive thoughts about Charles Whitman’s brain tumor (found after the autopsy) which “nestled between his thalamus, hypothalamus and amygdala, developed quietly to the size of a pecan.” There is the possibility it affected his emotions and decreased management of anger and rage. But neurology, forensics, and psychiatry/psychology in 1966 was nowhere near as advanced as they are today. And Charles Whitman is only ONE case out of thousands and millions of human beings around the world affected by biological, neurological, and psychological abnormalities!

    http://www.dailytexanonline.com/2016/07/30/experts-still-disagree-on-role-of-tower-shooters-brain-tumor

    Mr. Mosher is referencing an ideology (cult?) dated 2-3 millenia old! Bwahahahaha! ๐Ÿคฃ Yeah, right. ๐Ÿ˜ฉ SIN = Stupid-Ignorant-Nonsense.

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    1. He also had a problem with naughty thoughts and stuff. You can get his free book on it, apparently. God saved him from this SIN too and now he has a big gun to shoot other sinners.

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    2. When I see the faces of some of these nut jobs that they (thank heaven) manage to capture alive, I realize Im looking into the eyes of people I used to know in highschool. That blank stare. The expressionless face. And several of them turned out to be less than stable.

      I’ve noticed that now, the cops and security guards are far more vigilant than they used to be. It’s damn well about time.

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      1. …cops and security guards are far more vigilant…

        One of the police officers of the UT Tower shooting later went on record saying that had their been more private citizens on site with rifles, during the hectic/chaotic minutes and hours (the fog of war), that would’ve had made other later arriving Austin PD Officers overly cautious and confused as to whether the real shooter and escaped the tower or any number of possibilities.

        Claire Wilson, one of the few survivors of that day who was pregnant walking with her boyfriend — the first 2 people Whitman shot — in her testimony stated to the Texas State Senate Affairs Committee that because of all the Wild West increased number of weapons firing back at Whitman unequivocally kept emergency personnel from reaching her, her unborn baby, and boyfriend sooner. Texas Governor then John Connallyground fire from civilians actually impeded the progress of officers to the top of the tower.

        In an insane circumstance like that hot summer day at the UT Tower, or Virginia Tech, or the recent Las Vegas hotel massacre (and countless more) when milli-seconds count toward life or death, law-enforcement and EMT’s must now deal with MORE “Friend or Foe” uncertainty, chaos, and mistakes like friendly fire!!!??? ๐Ÿ˜–

        http://behindthetower.org/armed-civilians-and-the-ut-tower-tragedy

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  3. It’s an oldie but still a goldie: words to the effect “Guns don’t kill peopleโ€”people do”.

    The answer then is obvious, no? Lay off the poor ol’ oft maligned guns and ban people. QED.

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  4. And why do we have so much sin? Because there are too many non-Christians, atheists, gays, heathens, and Catholics here. And how do we get rid of these sinners so we can have less sin and less gun violence in America? Arm every Christian who’s a “true” Christian and give them permission to use those weapons on the sinners. This will leave America free, Christian, loving, kind, full of empathy, and with its lips firmly planted in the soft, orange anus of Donald Trump, Putin’s own patsy in the White House. Yep. Guns aren’t a problem, it’s the sin. The sin of non-Christians and gays. Kill them, with guns, and you kill sin and cut down greatly on gun violence in America. So sayeth the Lord and Founder of the NRA and America, Jesus Christ, a follower of Vladimir Putin and a Grand Ole Patsy (GOP) of his. $Amen$ Hope this helps clarify things for you, Ark. MAGA!!!

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      1. I have just tried to comment at your spot and now it is sending me to a page suggesting a profile! I simply cannot comment again for some reason.
        Blogger drives me spare and I am so techno- phobic I could scream sometimes.
        To give you some idea: I went to return a pair of running shoes this afternoon and the bloke asked me for my cell number. When I told him I didn’t have a cell phone he either thought I was mental or lying.
        Please open a wordpress account. You can make it private.

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        1. ARK:

          Hallelujah, Bro~! I have the similar when I try to follow up on photos, articles, you-name-its and wotevers … all roads lead to Facebook.

          I have no desire to be a Facebook. None, diddley. Zilch.
          Faecesbook can go slurp dog-juice for all I care, but everyone seems (lemming like) to be a Facebooker.

          Furthermore: BAH~!

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          1. I have FB. It helps me keep in touch with family and relatives who are spread all over the world.
            I simply want to comment on Judy’s writing and the whole damn rigmarole drives me round the bloody bend!
            I clicked ‘yes’ to the Facebook thing, thinking it would allow me to use the FB account and now I’m signed up for more bloody rubbish and I can’t seem to unsubscribe.

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          2. Screw mega-vulnerable-to-hacks Facebook and its “For Lots of Profit” agenda!!! I am LOVING my time away from pointless fluff that consumes too much of one’s time and finds ways of invading your privacy… even in the bathroom!!! ๐Ÿ˜›

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          3. facebook terrifies me. Ive had an (unused) account there for years, finally cleaned the whole thing out and unsubscribed. “you’ll be SORRRYYY” no, I won’t. Once a day they want me back. No, I won’t.

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        2. blogger keeps reinventing itself, one hop at a time. I have the same trouble with WP that you do with blogger, but because you asked nice, I’ll try again. Private is not an issue, performance is.

          Oh, wait. That didn’t sound right…

          I’ve been denied service too, because I refuse to give out my cellphone number, not having one to give. They do look at you strangely.

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          1. Sheesh! Behave yourself! My grandmother reads this blog. How many times must I tell you?
            You’re like a blind poodle humping the postman’s leg.
            Down boy!!!

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          2. I just popped over. Now the comment is showing.
            Last night , The approval notice didnt even pop up.
            Sigh … I shall persevere. Maybe you will eventually write and ask .. nay beg … stop commenting.
            ๐Ÿ™‚

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          1. I’ve commented twice now to Mr. Mosher. I wonder if he’ll release my latest comment? I went right after his erroneous, catch-all, anachronistic “divine principle: sin.” Horribly oversimplified and inadequate for many, many reasons. ๐Ÿ˜ซ

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          2. he moderates everything.
            Odd how scared these fund-da-mental types are, have you noticed?
            They claim it is because of spam ”hate comments” or some such.
            Be that as it may, I have not known him not to release comments. He might be a bit slow in responding but everything I have posted has come out of the naughty box eventually.

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          3. FYI, I commended you on your latest addition/elaboration on my comments Ark, in case Mr. Mosher doesn’t release it out of Moderation. Thank you. ๐Ÿ™‚

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          4. I saw.
            Keith seems to be unaware of what a secular society is. I have enlightened him!
            Oh, and isn’t it nice to see we are being ”stalked” by Colorstorm?
            He’s busy moaning that I have banned him.
            Which is not true, I merely kicked him off a thread for refusing to answer a question.
            warning him repeatedly beforehand I should add, he has since sulked and not posted any comments thinking he has been completely banned from my blog.
            What a silly person he is.

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          5. Ark, in case Mr. Mosher disallows this comment-retort to his claim of demons and spooky things that go bump-in-the-night, here’s my reply to that:
            ——————————————

            In America we have camouflaged demonic activity under the guise of mental illness, but we are only helping the enemy remain hidden. […]

            When the Florida shooter claims he heard voices telling him to kill all those kids, that is clearly demons at work.

            Mr. Mosher, I’m sorry, but you clearly don’t know your mental-illnesses or schizophrenia DSM-5 295.90 (F20.9). Look it up. Earlier in this comment-thread I specifically asked you if you had any basic understanding or level of experience in the psych field. You did not answer. What does that imply? Several things demonstrated by these two statements.

            Also, current neurological treatments of schizophrenic patients suffering from auditory hallucinations CAN be redirected or managed as they have been doing at the University of Bergen since 2012:

            When a patient afflicted with schizophrenia hears inner voices something is taking place inside the brain that prevents the individual from perceiving real voices. A simple electronic application may help the patient learn to shift focus.

            “The patient experiences the inner voices as 100 per cent real, just as if someone was standing next to him and speaking” explains Professor Kenneth Hugdahl of the University of Bergen. “At the same time, he can’t hear voices of others actually present in the same room.”

            Auditory hallucinations are one of the most common symptoms associated with schizophrenia.

            –The Research Council of Norway. “Schizophrenia: When hallucinatory voices suppress real ones, new electronic application may help.” ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 3 February 2012.

            Neurology and psychology already know where auditory hallucinations originate with schizophrenic patients (inward voice in thoughts, voices in the inner ear) and these biological abnormalities occur during early childhood brain development by a number of variables — none of which are external stimuli or paranormal in nature. This is confirmed in a number of scientific journals of medicine, neurology, and psychiatry-psychology. Here are just two:

            –Plaze, Marion et al. โ€œโ€˜Where Do Auditory Hallucinations Come From?โ€™โ€”A Brain Morphometry Study of Schizophrenia Patients With Inner or Outer Space Hallucinations.โ€ Schizophrenia Bulletin 37.1 (2011): 212โ€“221. PMC. Web. 15 Aug. 2018.

            –Boksa, Patricia. โ€œOn the Neurobiology of Hallucinations.โ€ Journal of Psychiatry & Neuroscienceโ€ฏ: JPN 34.4 (2009): 260โ€“262. Print.

            So to be perfectly clear Mr. Mosher, a mindset perpetuating “camouflaged demonic activity” actually makes the understanding of these problems, addressing them, AND THEIR successful treatments unnecessarily difficult, sometimes near impossible when family members won’t cooperate with experts and professionals in the field.

            If this world today were to utilize your Oogity-Boogity ideology to address the neurologically-biologically and psychologically ill, NOTHING would ever change, but likely get much worse — which ironically is exactly what apocryphal Christianity and Islam overtly and covertly teach and want to occur as soon as possible — a horribly morbid mindset! Why? Because you’ve already swallowed “defeat” on Earth hook, line, and sinker. The problem with that deceived deluded ideology/mindset is that it has been unsuccessfully claimed for well over 2,000+ years. The biblical and Quranic prophetic caricatures were expecting “The End Times” to happen within their lifetimes or in the next, CERTAINLY not some 80 – 200 generations later or hundreds more! LOL

            I strongly recommend to you Mr. Mosher that you update your knowledge of current neurology, biology, and psychology, especially as it pertains to schizophrenia.

            Have a good week.
            ——————————————

            It’s comments like that/his that actually begin to suggest HE might be suffering from some mental-illness like paranoid schizophrenia. ๐Ÿค”

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          6. Excellent! You are aware that he is an end of the world freak?
            He s fully in board that the End Times are near.

            Does porn addiction really do this ? He is a frakking head case!

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          7. Without a proper full psych assessment then evaluation over say… 2-5 days, we won’t know unless he takes an assault-rifle into a LGBTQ night club and wreaks carnage and hell on innocent people. ๐Ÿ˜”

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          8. I see he has responded.
            Yes, he considers you are simply a dirty rotten atheist naturalist type person.
            For the gods sake, do NOT mention your other life lest he turn 50 shades of Gray and damns you for eternity, or even for a very long time … you …. you … science worshiping naturalist sinner!

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          9. LMFAO! ๐Ÿคฃ If he finds out, I could care less. I am a VERY happy, fulfilled man in my lifestyles while also helping out humanity as best I can… with ALL my “therapies.” hehehe ๐Ÿ˜ˆ ๐Ÿ™‚

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          10. Down boy! Remember my Granny?

            On a serious note can you imagine him taking Sunday School to a bunch of 7 – 10 year old kids.

            ”Desmond Wissbaski, take you hand out of your pocket. That will make you go blind!
            See children, a demon just took possession of little Desmond.”
            Imagine poor Desmond’s dad every time he put his hand in his pocket to get change, or car keys or a handkerchief and his kid was there to witness.

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        3. I started a WP account but go lost in the fine print. And then I go back to Blogger and there you ARE, posting away. I knew you could do it. You see, I have the comments moderated, to keep out those strange sub englishspeaking spammers. That may be what you ran into.

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    1. Guns arenโ€™t a problem, itโ€™s the sin.

      Jeff/Ark,

      That’s like saying “It isn’t the severe lack of fan-protecting netting at MLB stadiums, or the high velocity balls or bats that hurt, maime, and risk life-changing injuries to baseball fans. The problem is the pitcher, batter, and America’s past-time!” ๐Ÿ˜ฉ

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      1. No. The problem is people aren’t carrying enough guns at MLB games to protect themselves from batters, catchers, and unruly umpires who make bad calls. If there were more guns, baseball games would be safer. AND, if more of those guns were held by Christian baseball fans, more non-believers would be killed at MLB games, too. See, the problem can ALWAYS come back to a lack of guns, if you’re looking at it correctly, you liberal Nancy, you. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  5. I’m with Erran Morad on this one. We should arm all the little Christian children. And also arm the children who go to church. Then scream *shoot the devil terrorist wearing white* from outside buildings and see what happens.

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  6. Those focused on sin, which are usually trivial and normal human behaviors, start to hide their behaviors because it’s called “sin”. Shame hides and hypocrisy grows and eventually boils, unable to vent the pressure builds to an explosive breaking pointโ€”all in hiding. No one knows what happens next, but if a gun is handy, all the worse when they lose control. Then the friends act shocked! They never knew! But they are no different, they’re just waiting their turn.

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