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This is a discussion on We Are a Family within the General Talk forums, part of the General Discussion category; Originally Posted by fangfarrier
Based on the small sample of results here I see why men die first - they want to more.
Here is an interesting take from Tucker Carlson on men in America.
Originally Posted by fangfarrier
It's not dying that I'm scared of. If I could live to be 250 years old and have my 22 year old body, I'd stay for the duration.
Originally Posted by fangfarrier
I've reached an age where I fear the side effects of hypochondria. The worst things I've ever had is TWAR pneumonia and a broken wrist. Considering about 50 years of my life was on a motorcycle, that's not a bad record. Oh, those two broken noses didn't slow me up, at all.
I just want to go quick. Several days ago Denton and I had a conversation about my attitude. What I did not relate is why there are things I'm afraid of and things I am not. No one is going to survive an exchange with a dozen jihadists holding only a 1911. The answer is simply that you cannot. But you'll go fast, guaranteed.
I don't know what kind of work God wants me to do for him, but I've felt a singular case with The Holy Spirit. One pastor told me that my work was not done yet--because I was still alive. And I live by "Thy will, not my will." And who knows, perhaps I will be 93 years old, and I have to share the Gospel with the boy who pushes my wheelchair. I pin my hopes on the fact that God will not push you farther than you can handle.
I learned about St. Lambert last year. One theory is that he went--with a sword--to face a gang of thieves there to loot the church. When he realized what he was about to do, he laid down the sword and was martyred. I wonder what I would have done.
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I'd like just enough time to think to myself, "Damn.... I hope this doesn't hurt!"
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Whoever said, "Life is short" didn't understand it's the longest thing you're ever going to do.
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My guess is that if you get chopped in two by a dozen jihadists, you won't even hear the dozens of 7.62x39mm brass clatter to the floor.
Originally Posted by Back Pack Hack
Oh, you will hear, "Admiral Ackbar." I know that's not correct, but usually the camels are smarter than the riders...
St Lawrence, (by the grace of God) was able to add humor to his martyrdom when he was being bbq'ed to death, and it's reported he said to his torturers, "I'm done in this side, now you can flip me over."
I had a joke for this, but decided against it...
Denton (I didn't read the whole thread) were you thinking of Hunting Hawk? He is the reason I found this site. He was definately an interesting guy that had a lot of good advice and many things to pass on.
I don't post a lot on here so it is highly unlikely that if I end up underground any of you would know. My wife has no interest in social media so she is unlikely going to log on and tell anyone of my demise. If I don't post for a few years you can assume I have gone underground for the long haul.
It is an evil society that blames the tool for the actions of its user.
I have left instructions in my safe for my wife when I die, but you'll have to wait till she and her boyfriend come back from their trip around the world that my 401K and life insurance paid for.
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