COMMENT [734]

Things don’t just “become” for nothing. Nothing becomes something if it doesn’t need to, so if the planets and the stars and all of the matter and objects we know of have no real purpose why “be” in the first place?. If they are not “being” because of themselves, then they must “be” the result of a greater being that’s beyond themselves who made them “be” as they are. Everything “becomes” because of something else; life is not about nothing, life is because of “something”, something decided to let it “be”. Something can’t “be” the case if “nothing” was intended because “something” is “unbecoming” of “nothing”.

The sole presence of the definition of the words
“be” and “being” is a critical clue that all of existence has meaning.


Hahaa this is not just some catch-phrase or a silly cliche, this is competence to help us progress, not “evolve” but “improve” and upgrade and even improvise; defying the alternative feeble reality of incompetent fucks πŸ’―, such like the Media a.k.a the bitch syndicate and junkie bimbos πŸ‘βš‘

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  1. “Things don’t just β€œbecome” for nothing. Nothing becomes something if it doesn’t need to” So you’re saying that things “evolve” to become what they will ultimately be?

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    1. I think “evolution” is nonsensical, so how could this be what i’m saying? πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚. This is not about “evolution” this is about reason and purpose haha

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      1. You said why do things become what they are. They become that because there was something about it that was good to survive. And if you don’t believe in evilution, you don’t believe in the “out of africa” theory or Pangea. How do you explain the differences in the different races?

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        1. LOL evolution is nonsensical because nothing just came into existance because they “survived”. Everything has a purpose and this post is about why things exist in the first place, nothing just comes into existance because it “survived” 🀣🀣,

          I do not have to look at the “out of africa” situation from a evolutionary perspective lol

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          1. Lets look at humans only. If, only 6,000 years ago, there were only 2 people created of the same body (Eve from Adam’s rib), why are there different races with completely different features?

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            1. That’s a good question and my answer to that is, it’s because that’s how human genetics works, humans rarely produce twin look-alikes. More often than not, when humans produce childrean, the childrean do not look exactly the same, there is no way a woman and a man that look totally different from each other, will produce exact identical copies of themselves, there is going to be alot of variation in the genes, which explains the different variations in genes and traits πŸ˜‚

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              1. Yes. But genetically, if you go from the creationist standpoint, there WAS no variation. Adam was created and Even was made from Adam’s rib, which would mean that she is of his person with the exact same DNA pattern. So how did two people with the same DNA create two sons, one of which was murdered, and populate the Earth with a lot of variation from group-to-group?

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                1. i can’t recall “no variation” being a creationist standpoint. Yes Eve was fashioned into being with biological matter from Adam since he was already created as a human, but at the end of the day, eve and adam where not look-alikes, she was a woman, he was a man so they both had distinct features and would produce childrean with distinct features as a result haha

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                  1. You are aware that genetic manipulation, such as cloning (where DNA is identical) is able to produce the opposite gender naturally, right?

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                    1. i think that may be correct but they still need the genetics of an existing human to do all of that; plus they can’t just leave the dna laying around with some bacteria and waite for it to “evolve” hahaha

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                    2. You’re twisting my words. I said that cloning can produce the opposite gender, yet the DNA sequence can be the exact same. No one mentioned leaving DNA to hang out with bacteria. In the case of Adam and Eve, she was effectively a clone but with a different gender. If you have two people with identical DNA and there is no version of evolution possible, how did the different races appear?

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                    3. lol i am sorry if you thougt i was twisting your words, i absoluttely was not, that was just a joke about evolution that i added on at the end 🀭🀭🀣

                      Adam and Eve were not twins, the point of eve being created with biological matter from Adam was not to create twins, but to have another “human being”, the idea was to have another similar human being around, that he will be attracted to and can procreate with, to make more humans lol

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                    4. I didn’t say twins. Clones are not twins.
                      And there already was a similar human being around, but that was unsatisfactory so Eve was the perfect Stepford-Wife replacement.

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                    5. when it comes to human genetics, one human exhibiting almost exact traits and features of another human being, is considered a twin lol

                      hahaha i have no idea what stepford means babe, go easy on me with these “big words” πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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                    6. No… there are two types of twins: fraternal and identical. Identical is what you’re talking about where the DNA is the same. The thing is, identical twins are almost always the same gender with very few exceptions, although fraternal twins can be of either gender. Identical are conceived with the same egg and the same sperm and it splits into two making the two identical. Fraternal is the ability for two inseminated eggs to implant at the same time.

                      A clone is like both of these things. A clone is not born from the same egg and sperm as the donor, but they have the same DNA structure because their DNA has been taken from the host. But they can be of either gender because they are not identical twins.

                      Stepford wives is a book where the men of a town decided to get together and make all their wives reset to be perfect. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Stepford_Wives

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                    7. i am talking about “Identical” twins which to me is the actual only twins there is, “fraternal” twins sounds like some psuado definition of “twins” 🀣🀣.

                      but i’m not talking about artificially cloning and stuff like that. The way that human genetics worked from since the beginning is responsible for the vastly different traits in humans, since the original man nd original woman both had different distinct traits.

                      Now interms of the different races, i do not think that the different races are there maerely because of evolution, i believe that the different races and ethnicities was and intentional creation…

                      Thanks for giving me more insight as to what a stepford-wife is and where that term came from; it’s origins are way more interesting than i thought — i just thought it was some “big word” from the dictionary LOL

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                    8. ” i just thought it was some β€œbig word” from the dictionary” I don’t intentionally use words to confuse people and you know that by now.

                      As to Adam and Eve, they were distinct in gender only. She was CLONED BY HIS RIB. That’s the entire 2nd version of Genesis. Genesis 1 talks about a variation of genetics, but that experiment apparently didn’t work so well for the spoiled Adam so she was tossed to the demons.

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                    9. i did not say that you were using words to intentionally confuse me, you obviously have no idea how many words i know or don’t know in my vocabulary haha

                      aahhhhh this is where the technicality is, the text in the bible never actually used the word clone neccessarily, if i break piece of a ceramic or tear piece of a cloth or fabric to use in the process of making something else, it’s not neccessarily a “cloning” persay as it is an act of “sampling” πŸ‘πŸ€”

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                    10. ” it is an act of β€œsampling”” This is biology not music.

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                    11. thanks for your “sound knowlage” βœŒοΈπŸ˜‚

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                    12. you’re welcome. That was a fun debate.

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                    13. yes πŸ™Œβœ¨πŸ€©, this is just a “sample” of what happens when we often put our minds together hahaha

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                    14. Not sure 900 comments back and forth is the best sample, but it is fun 🀩

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                    15. if we are like it so much that we are doing it, not 1, not 2 but “900” times, then yeah the numbers are speaking for themselves 🀣🀣

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                    16. Well, we both have much stamina 🀩

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                    17. “Stamina” and alot of “compulsion” behind it 🀭🀣🀣

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                    18. β€œCompulsion” is an interesting word to choose. Do you really think that our conversations are uncontrollable to the point of being unable to do anything else?

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                    19. ohh i said that as an exaggerated “quip” in reference to your “900 comments ago” remark which was also not literal πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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                    20. Ah. Sorry. Musta gotten confused by your 901 comment of the evening πŸ˜‡πŸ’

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                    21. hahaha, you sexy smartie πŸŒΉπŸ’πŸ€ŸπŸ˜‚

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                    22. Mini alliteration!! #LOL πŸ˜πŸ˜‰

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                    23. 🀭🀣🀣 yes, and that was so unintentional πŸ˜‚πŸ’

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                    24. I know. When you bother with alliteration you really go for broke, and I know because I love alliteration. 🀫

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                    25. Indeed my alliterations tend to be more than 2 words long πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚.

                      Hahaha yes you got love for alliteration just like me πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ˜‚

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                    26. Yes I do. πŸ™ŒπŸ‘

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                    27. Right and we will keep serving them up πŸ‘πŸ˜‚

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                    28. Sometimes, maybe… πŸ˜‚

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                    29. 🀣🀣 Oops i forgot i can’t speak for you 🀭🀭🀭

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                    30. Sure you can. I’ll just disagree with you πŸ€£πŸ˜‚

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                    31. “Sure you can. I’ll just disagree with you πŸ€£πŸ˜‚”

                      haha you should rather than embarrassing yourself πŸ€­πŸ€­πŸ˜‚

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                    32. I don’t get embarrassed easily. So talk for me all you want, I can talk for myself too 😘

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                    33. “I don’t get embarrassed easily. So talk for me all you want, I can talk for myself too 😘”

                      Hhaha i won’t mind talking for you, and you can speak for me to πŸ‘πŸ˜‚πŸ₯°. But i love when you say things in your own words ✍️☺️

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                    34. Yes, but sometimes hearing your words through someone else’s filter can be enlightening. And can show that person has listened and heard you. So if you speak for me and get it right, that’s really awesome πŸ‘ #LOL πŸ˜…

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                    35. Why do people like when I rant? Am I really good at it or something?

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                    36. lol i don’t know about other people but i personally never specified just rants — i just like seeing what you say and how you say it haha

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                    37. No, you always like whatever nonsense is flowing out of my brain at any given time (or say you do even if you’re silently sitting there thinking ‘what the hell is that thing between her ears doing exactly?'”

                      But people always comment the most on my rants.

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                    38. lol that’s awesome; i guess you’ll have to find out from them πŸ‘πŸ˜‚

                      nah i don’t say those things about you πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‡πŸ€Ÿ

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                    39. They usually like that I end it kind of nasty. I don’t know why. I know in real life thats the part everyone likes – my final though on it, which is usually one word and sums it up, like “fuckers”, “assholes” or “jerks” Although Cristal (the secretary) loved the one I did yesterday but I don’t remember what it was about, but she just loved the insanity of “fucking stupid panty pudding licking douche-canou” i really wish I remember what we were talking about…. ohwell

                      maybe not those exact words, but you do comment about how my mind works. And even if that’s what you are thinking, it’s all good by me. Because if you didn’t want to listen to it anymore, you wouldn’t. But so far, you do…and that’s sexy πŸ˜πŸ˜‰

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                    40. “maybe not those exact words, but you do comment about how my mind works. And even if that’s what you are thinking, it’s all good by me. Because if you didn’t want to listen to it anymore, you wouldn’t. But so far, you do…and that’s sexy πŸ˜πŸ˜‰”

                      That’s how my mind works, it doesn’t work any other way when it comes to you hahaha

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                    41. i’m serious,, that’s how my mind works bae 🀣🀣

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                    42. πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ’

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                    43. And you are far too awake. I am still half functional

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                    44. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ maybe i should “plug” into you to transfer some of my energy πŸ˜‚πŸ€Ÿβš‘

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                    45. I have a many doubts that your idea would cause an energy boost that will last and not more tiredness overall. But I’m willing to try anything cuz coffee ain’t cuttin it anymore. Maybe some chocolate…

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                    46. “But I’m willing to try anything cuz coffee ain’t cuttin it anymore. Maybe some chocolate…”

                      the surprising effects of rich-chocolate will do the trick πŸ‘πŸ˜‚. When it’s mixed with vanilla it’s a chemistry that creates an arousing chemical reaction ✌️πŸ”₯πŸ˜‚

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                    47. Chocolate and vanilla are a good mix in many ways and certainly could cause what my friend used to call “on oral orgasm” as long as you’re careful with the ratios. Too much chocolate at once could cause a gag reflex if the reaction is too strong… so as long as you mix for the sheer pleasure of the two flavors, there should be no problems and it will be the perfect chemistry. That’s what makes it such an interesting dessert – after the right dinner, it could be quite amazing

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                    48. “and certainly could cause what my friend used to call β€œon oral orgasm” as long as you’re careful with the ratios. Too much chocolate at once could cause a gag reflex if the reaction is too strong…”

                      haha i am all in favor of us coming up with our own “mixing” techniques and recipe πŸ˜‰πŸ€ŸπŸ‘

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                    49. Well with my love of baking, I’ll take care of the mixing, you enjoy cooking so you can take make the perfect marinade. Then we can enjoy the most amazing dessert anyone has ever had

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                    50. hahaha that sounds like an exciting plan, but what’s important is that we mix and add together πŸ’πŸ‘πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‰

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                    51. Well how else would the flavors go together? πŸ˜‡

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                    52. 🀭🀭 Your last comment on this situation read like “you do this and i do that” it didn’t really “intimately” address “interaction”, so for my response i thought to emphasize the “togetherness” of it all πŸ€ŸπŸ˜˜πŸ’

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                    53. Well, like any two people creating something devine, I stick to my strengths, you to yours… then when the ingredients go together, it’s perfection.

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                    54. that’s the thing, you are now saying “when the ingredients go together” you did not mention anything about us making anything together in this comment:

                      https://aktionkilla.wordpress.com/2021/03/30/comment-734-2/comment-page-1/#comment-11456

                      hahaha

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                    55. OK. I misspoke. I’m sorry.

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                    56. “OK. I misspoke. I’m sorry.”

                      ok that’s great but it’s no big deal haha. loved your idea πŸ˜‡βœ¨πŸ™Œ

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