It is going to get worse for Dimocraps. IMO the GOP will gain at least seven seats this year, going to 52, but possibly as many as ten, for 55 seats. It might just break even in 2016, but could pick up five or six seats in 2018 those it should have won in 2012. That would get it close to or beyond the 60 seat supermajority it would need to get things done to save the country from communism.
Perves like Tim were the greatest threat to American health until Obama let in illegal immigrant diseased kids from Central America & incurable virus ridden immigrants from Africa.
I can certify with 100% certainty not true. With bruises inflicted by both sisters to prove it. Only the manliest heteros need apply.
And for the fashion industry, ie to dress naked women in their clothing designs.
For "#$%$". please read the four letter English word for the virile member which also means a male chicken. Thanks!
Look how well that announcement turned out!
be so successful that iPhones will contribute at most a plurality of profits, not a majority.
What selloff? You mean down two bucks after up from $544 to $572 in three days?
Do you really have nothing better to do than make a fool laughing stock of yourself, Sheephumper?
Explain please how $383 to $568 since June constitutes a selloff?
Just in the past three days it's up from $544 to $568 on closing basis. This is a selloff, how exactly?
Clearly, on your home planet, arithmetic works differently.
There are other alternatives than those two. One is that the itinerant rural preacher in 1st century Roman Palestine & Judea, Joshua, son of Joseph of Nazareth, spoke figuratively when he called himself son of God and son of man, but that the Apostle Paul took him literally.. Another is that he was simply lying, not psychotic. Yet another is that he didn't actually call himself that, but his biographers did.
But that he was apparently written about only after his death is a stupid argument, indeed no argument at all. The records of Pontius Pilate's court proceedings haven't survived, but he an AD 1st century governor of the Roman provinces. There is near-contemporary writing on John the Baptist.