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Bragging something and proving something are not the same thing.
Being baptized does not make you a Christian. It is an outward demonstration of an inner commitment. Without the commitment, you are only getting wet.
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The Herd That Has the Immunity

Old Carpenter Wrote: Feb 08, 2015 5:01 PM
rr- But not near as many as die from measles. Yes, every thing has risks, but some risks are worse than others.
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The Herd That Has the Immunity

Old Carpenter Wrote: Feb 08, 2015 11:44 AM
You need to include other places they can be exposed, like any place in public.
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The Herd That Has the Immunity

Old Carpenter Wrote: Feb 08, 2015 11:43 AM
I looked it up on Mayo Clinic website. Measles kills over 100,000 people a year, mostly under the age of 5. We had just about wiped it out in the US by vaccinating. I would call that a big deal.
If she was respected by the vast majority of world leaders as you claim, she would had done a lot better as Sec. of State. That didn't happen.
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Abortion Protesters Don't Count?

Old Carpenter Wrote: Jan 28, 2015 7:27 PM
If you want to be taken seriously, take off the cap lock.
Doc Sorry wrong again. I have no problem with a company giving union and non-union different pay and benefits. If the company gives better to the union workers, and the other workers think that it is worth the union dues, they can join the union. If the company wishes to give better to the non union workers, that is their right. I have at no time asked that a union be forced to represent anyone. Nor have I ever demanded that anyone be forced to have someone represent them.
Doc I was a young carpenter long before i was an old carpenter. Your answer has little to do with my post. I have nothing against you joining a union if you wish to. And you do have that right in right to work states. I am against forcing people to join a union. If unions could prove that the worker would be better off paying union dues, they would have no trouble getting members.
Right to work laws do not prevent you from joining a union, they only stop a union from forcing you to join.
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