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About Heretic

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  • Birthday 09/11/1963

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    Armstrong, BC
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    God, Hugs, Wife, Daughters & Son, Hockey, Football, Motorcycle, Camping, Computers, Sci Fi...

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  1. I'll take "What the heck is wrong with people" for $100 Alex.

    1. Roger Neilson's Towel

      Roger Neilson's Towel

      Well done, that's today's Daily Double. 

  2. I'm offended by people that condone killing innocent people. I'm not offended by police that shoot someone that pulls a gun on them. I'm offended by people that shoot others because they belong to a group. At the center of that sign is hate. Just because one cop killed someone, does not give you the right to tell all cops off, nor kill another cop. If you don't understand that, then maybe you're not part of the solution.
  3. Tell 'em a hookah-smoking caterpillar has given you the call...

    1. Cerridwen


      Call Alice
      When she was just small....

    2. Ghostsof1915


      Remember...what the door mouse said.....

  4. sigh.... Do they care about brown, yellow, or white etc? Nope, their movement is only about BLACK. Do they care about gay pride? Nope - they just block anyone else whenever they fell like it... Shall I go on? Sorry, ALL LIVES matter.
  5. Has BLM done anything positive? Tell me, how are they different from say, Westpro Baptists? I can tell you what's similar. Both hold up "hate" signs. Both don't help the group they think they represent. Both cause controversy wherever they go. Both put themselves above everyone else.
  6. Well, I coulda been an actor, but I wound up here...
    I just have to look good, I don't have to be clear...

    1. smithers joe

      smithers joe

      but you ended up a ham...just kidding.

    2. chon derry

      chon derry

       getting a lot of milage out of dirty laundry lately .cant fool me....

    3. Cerridwen


      Come and whisper in my ear
      Give us........

      Dirty laundry

  7. Get To The Chopper!!!

    1. SabreFan1


      *insert awesome baby "choppa" pic here* :lol:

    2. Ghostsof1915
  8. The problem with "forecasting the future" is, it rarely comes true. I remember reading this book when it came out - none of it happened: I highly doubt that half the lower mainland will be under water in less than 36 years...
  9. Someone Trolled the Trolls ruining the internet thread.

    1. LuckyLuciano
    2. Alflives


      Trolls are ugly; I'm cute 

      who is the guilty one?  

  10. Come on...
    Oh baby don't you want to go...
    Come on...
    Oh baby don't you want to go...
    Back to that same old place...
    1. TimberWolf
    2. Nuxfanabroad


      Hey H, try Van Morrison's, 'Purple Heather'...


      "& I will build my love a tower

      At the foot of yonder mtn

      & visit by the hour

      From a lonely wooden tower

      Would'ja go? lass let's go"


      from 1973's 'Hard Nose The Highway', last track. How a man should properly sing to his lass.

  11. Forget climate change, we need to worry about Plate Tectonics!   Look what's going to happen to the earth: 


    1. GettinGuddyWithIt


      I've seen that and can tell you it might be fake cuz who can predict that far in the future?

    2. Fateless


      @GettinGuddyWithIt - Science can predict many things far into the future based on current evidence and trends. Is the world guaranteed to look how they predict in a hundred million years? Of course not, but based on current movement and pace - its the best estimate of what we have.


      @Heretic - I think dealing with issues that will impact generations currently living on the earth should be our priority for the next couple years. We can work towards identifying a solution to tectonic plate movement if our species is still here in a couple million years.

  12. Update, he's been sent home: RIO DE JANEIRO -- Olympic officials say an Egyptian judo athlete has been reprimanded and sent home after refusing to shake his Israeli opponent's hand. The International Olympic Committee says Islam El Shehaby received a "severe reprimand" for his behaviour following his first-round heavyweight bout loss to Or Sasson on Friday. When Sasson extended his hand, El Shehaby backed away, shaking his head. The referee called the 34-year-old El Shehaby back to the mat and obliged to him to bow; he gave a quick nod and was loudly booed as he exited.
  13. I don't want to live on the coast, I chose to live "Inland", it's beautiful here. and no smog!
  14. Irish hole diggers Two paddies were working for the city public works department. One would dig a hole and the other would follow behind him and fill the hole in. They worked up one side of the street, then down the other, then moved on to the next street, working furiously all day without rest, one man digging a hole, the other filling it in again. An onlooker was amazed at their hard work, but couldn't understand what they were doing. So he asked the hole digger, "I'm impressed by the effort you two are putting in to your work, but I don't get it - why do you dig a hole, only to have your partner follow behind and fill it up again?" The hole digger wiped his brow and sighed, "Well, I suppose it probably looks odd because we're normally a three-person team. But today the lad who plants the trees called in sick.'"
  15. ZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz...... El Nino last year/this spring caused the record temperatures, and guess what? El Nina is taking hold = colder winter and spring in 2017. "You might want to invest in a good pair of snow tires, as southern B.C. might be in for a cold, snowy winter if the Old Farmers’ Almanac forecast proves accurate. The 224-year-old weather forecasting guide has released their extended forecastfor this winter and into October 2017 : it predicts the southern area of B.C., from Prince George and Cranbook to Vancouver, will see colder-than-normal temperatures with more precipitation than usual. Last winter’s gigantic El Niño system, nicknamed the ‘Godzilla El Niño’ by NASA, stretched from March 2015 to June of this year, bringing warm temperatures and varying levels of precipitation to much of the world. It also contributed to some record-breaking world temperatures and permanent environmental damage. “This El Niño has caused some of the worst coral bleaching and death of any event we’ve ever seen,” said National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration coral reef watch co-ordinator Mark Eakin. But the extreme climate system will now likely switch to La Niña, which historically brings cooler and wetter conditions to the Pacific Northwest region. NOAA forecasts a 50 per cent chance of La Niña by the end of the summer and 75 per cent chance by the end of the fall."