Here we can play a fun little game in which someone posts something from the interwebs and we try to decipher if the author is being sarcastic* or is actually a complete moron. I'll try to make polls for each item.
* Note, for the purposes of this thread, trolling or otherwise not being sincere falls under the "sarcasm" category.
Current entry comes from user Verisimilitude from the RaptureReady forums (link):
The love of money really is the root of evil. I can't help but note that we are about to 'celebrate' the 38th anniversary of Roe v Wade. Being a person who believes in BIBLICAL numerology, I understand the number 40 to be a number of testing and purification or as a Messianic Jew once told me, a number of beautification. We are two years away from the 40th anniversary of legalized murder of innocent babies. Israel gave the Lord a hard time for 40 days and were punished with having to wander the desert for 40 years. The 2nd Temple was destroyed 40 years after Israel rejected Jesus. I wonder what may be in store for the U.S. 2 years from now.
I saw a show about prophecy, all kinds, not just Biblical, earlier this week. The show mentioned the Web Bot. I'd heard of it before but wasn't really familiar with it. On this show it was claimed that the Web Bot, using various information, can predict the future with 90% accuracy. Three months before 9/11, the narrator claimed that the Web Bot spit out a prediction about burning buildings and a catastrophic event within the next 2-3 months. Whether or not that's true, I don't know but the evidence points to this being true. What I find most interesting in the Web Bot is that it is being absolutely silent in regards to the period of time from 12/21/12 to May of 2013.
The signs that we are in the end of times are clear. Is the Web Bot a fulfillment of the prophecy "knowledge will increase"? Could the Web Bot be silent because that is the period of time when the rapture happens, the war of Gog and Magog and/or the beginning of the tribulation? I don't know. I surely can't say yes, but I can say it's a possibility. One thing is certain...the 40th anniversary of Roe v Wade falls in that silent period of time from 12/2012 to 5/2013.
There are just so many intriguing things going on in the world today, I can't help but look at all of them and then look up, they all point to Jesus' return.
Past entries: #1 Sarcasm: 4 Complete Moron: 6 Abstain: 3
betiko wrote:lol, this is probably not sarcasm! have you seen the "real americans defend israel" picture next to her post? also the intro says "secular humynist, pro-Israel, feminist, and fiscally conservative".
it's a woman, you can't blame her.
I can, if she is on the computer, that means she is not making me a sandwich!