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General Discussion / Official Announcement
« on: June 26, 2020, 09:56:02 PM »
I'm switching from gay Liberalism to hardcore Conservationis m.  ;D

General Discussion / Asian Lives Don't Matter?
« on: June 26, 2020, 09:14:49 PM »
Turn out Kneegrow lives don't matter when they turn into racist mofo. Sound like hypocrite Liberals.  :idiot2: :knuppel2:

If these mofos think they're doing good deed by protecting the neighborhood might as well just leave him alone after confirming he has no drugs in the bag. There's no such thing as good/hero and bad/villain. All I see is pretenders. Both Carpenter and Vitar are wolves under sheep clothing pretending to be good.

One confusing thing about the story is how the fawk these mofos think they can threat him if Chang was at his grandmother's house.  :idiot2: :2funny:

The Single & Dating Scenes / Hmong Ladies
« on: May 21, 2020, 06:12:45 AM »
I wonder if the Hmong married ladies take pride in themselves as cougars/MILFs.

Faith & Beliefs / Different Interpretation
« on: April 22, 2020, 03:41:29 AM »
It seem like Mommad is more like a pimp than a prophet. No wonder gullible Muslims in Saudi Arabia are powerless against this non-sensible belief.  ;D

Whomever makes the rules will eventually break the rules. Yep, self-CONTRADICTION.

Faith & Beliefs / The Truth about the Evanelical Cult
« on: April 22, 2020, 02:56:15 AM »
The Jehovah Witness, The Mormons, and now this... have something in common  :idiot2: :knuppel2:

Debate Central / The One
« on: March 28, 2020, 07:28:26 PM »
Where's Believe-in-Me? We need to debate. Yeah!!  :P :P :knuppel2:

Faith & Beliefs / A Churchgoer Want Followers
« on: March 19, 2020, 02:05:08 AM »
I like to tell y'all a real life story about my worst experience when I bump into with a fake churchgoers. During Spring 2003, it's the season where fake Christians hanging around campus and handing out mini version bibles. When me and two colleagues finish our lunch at the cafeteria, we bolt out of the door then a fat white dude with bald hair saw me and walk toward me. So he handed me one of these useless books. I shook my head and assertively told him friggin' "no". From the look on his face, he display an attitude where I had to abide and slave by his white tyrant rules.
Just like those power-hungry corrupted pigs  :police: pull over innocent people for no reasons and lie to the court that they had capture criminals without legitimate evidences. Unlike other churchgoers handing out mini bibles at any college campus and accept strangers' refusal, this fat-arse belong to a group of harlots. Yep, the kind of hypocrites that prey on non-Christians and lie to their own congregation by committing immoral acts. Very similar to perverted Catholic Priest and delinquent Jehovah Witness case.

My discernment was very strong and here are multple video that resemble to my story above:

General Discussion / Creepy and Alluring
« on: February 19, 2020, 12:29:07 AM »
Has anyone has been using FB search lately? There are some weird white ppl using Hmong names as their account. There's no additional info about them and no photo to express about themselves as real ppl. Just low quality and out of focus profile pics.  ???

Something fishy going on here. Could be:

1) Predators lure Hmong girls to be friends
2) Lure dumb Hmong guys to be friends then check their family and mutual friends' photos


1) Some White Christians using Hmong names as surnames  ???
2) They don't use FB very often

Television / The Witcher
« on: January 03, 2020, 04:23:19 AM »
Does anyone watch this new tv show on Netflix? I watched only three episodes then stop there because of too much talking and no actions from the main character, Geralt something. Gosh it bored me to death.

General Discussion / Changed but later Regretted
« on: December 18, 2019, 01:09:24 AM »
Siaj mane!! Every time I login FB and flip to Lady Luna page where she started working at the Pub serving drinks to her customers. I'm salivating for alcoholic drinks but I couldn't because... because.... of renouncement.  :'(

Faith & Beliefs / Crimes Rising
« on: January 03, 2019, 03:42:52 AM »
The reason why white folks in the south hate blacks so much. All these years it has nothing to do with reversed racism, hate crime, or BLM.
Having too much rights actually lead to despicable privilege by destroying anyone for the sake of pleasure than abiding to law.  :knuppel2:

Faith & Beliefs / Is He Christ or Anti-Christ?
« on: January 03, 2019, 02:57:10 AM »
Don't tell me it has to do with medicinal drug he took or he's just suffered mental illness by premeditate attempt to murder his newfound wife.

A newly released autopsy report tells the story of a Mid-South woman’s savage slaying, allegedly at the hands of her husband who claims he awoke from a dream to find her bloody body.

The report, obtained by HuffPost on Thursday, shows that 29-year-old Lauren Hugelmaier Phelps had 123 sharp force injuries on her body. The injuries include 24 stab wounds to her head and neck, 13 stab wounds to her torso, three stab wounds to her left arm and one to her right arm.

Phelps bled to death from the wounds, according to Dr. Craig Nelson, North Carolina’s associate chief medical examiner. The injuries, he found, were consistent with injuries inflicted by a single-edged blade.

The report shows someone violently attacked the woman in the Raleigh home she shared with her husband, 27-year-old Matthew Phelps.

Cops say Matthew Phelps called a 911 dispatcher at about 1 a.m. on Sept. 1 and reported finding his wife’s body in their bedroom. He said he was unsure what happened to his wife because he had been asleep at the time, according to a transcript of the call.

“I had a dream, and then I turn on the lights and she’s dead on the floor,” Matthew Phelps said, according to the transcript. “I have blood all over me, and there’s a bloody knife on the bed, and I think I did it.”

Matthew Phelps told the dispatcher he’d taken cold medicine before going to sleep.

“I took more medicine that I should have,” Matthew Phelps said. “I took Coricidin Cough and Cold because I know it can make you feel good and sometimes I can’t sleep at night.”

Matthew Phelps told the operator he was too afraid to get close enough to his wife to check if she was still alive.

Toward the end of the call, he said, “I can’t believe I did this. Oh God. She didn’t deserve this. Why?”

When authorities and paramedics arrived at the couple’s townhouse, Matthew Phelps was taken into custody and his wife was transported to a local hospital, where she was pronounced dead.

According to court documents, police removed several items from the home, including a Coricidin Cold & Cough medicine box, four computers, a knife set and a “comforter and several pillowcases that were all marred with an unknown red substance.”

Authorities have yet to comment on a possible motive in the case.

 Fox News reported that Matthew Phelps, a graduate of Creek Baptist Bible College in Pineville, Kentucky, does not have a criminal record. According to ABC News, the couple had been married less than a year. He was working for a lawn care service while pursuing a dream of becoming a pastor, a friend told ABC News. His wife reportedly sold products for a candle company.

On Sept. 25, a grand jury found there was enough probable cause to determine that Matthew Phelps, “willfully, unlawfully, and feloniously did of malice aforethought kill and murder” his wife.

He will now face a first-degree murder charge when his case goes to trial. If convicted, he could receive the death penalty.

His attorney, Joseph Blount Cheshire V, told The News Observer that Coricidin’s side effects would be a “subject of inquiry” during his client’s trial.

Coricidin contains dextromethorph an, a substance that can produce “dissociative effects or even hallucinations” when taken in quantities higher than recommended, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse.

Christopher Loder, a spokesman with the Bayer Corp., which manufactures Coricidin, issued a statement to Raleigh’s WNCN News, saying there is “no evidence to suggest that Coricidin is associated with violent behavior.”

It will likely be up to a jury decide whether the horrible violence grew out of a drug-induced stupor or whether he intentionally murdered his wife.

For now, Matthew Phelps is being held without bail at the Wake County Jail. A trial date has not been set.

Anything Goes / Test Your Knowledge
« on: November 25, 2018, 12:05:47 AM »
Each questions worth 2 points. You may not use Google to search for answers; it's considered 'cheating' due to your lack of education around these areas. If you don't know the answer I suggest you guess it. You might be lucky you chose the right answer. Some of these important subjects came from the school or church you've learned. Good luck! ;)

Please use orange highlight and put your answer in bold.

For example:

Harrison Ford starred in the action film 'Raiders of the Lost ...'?
A.   Ark
B.   Keys
C.   Wallet
D.   Umbrella

Which metallic element has the chemical symbol Fe?
A.   Aluminum
B.   Gold
C.   Mercury
D.   Iron


1. According to the proverb, what can you not judge 'by its cover?' 2 points
A.   A duvet
B.   A book
C.   A CD
D.   A cushion

2. What is a male duck called? 2 points
A.   Drake
B.   Rooster
C.   Tom
D.   Cob

3. In the titles of two Eddie Murphy films, Sherman Klump is known as 'The Nutty ...'? 2 points
A.   Cop
B.   Professor
C.   Teacher
D.   Vampire

4. The word 'velocity' is often used as an alternative for what? 2 points
A.   Speed
B.   Gradient
C.   Height
D.   Resistance

5. In 1961, Harper Lee won the Pulitzer prize for fiction with 'To Kill A ...'? 2 points
A.   Oriole
B.   Cardinal
C.   Mockingbird
D.   Bluebird
6. Which of these phrases means speaking quietly, in an undertone? 2 points
A.   Sub judice
B.   Mea culpa
C.   Cup de grace
D.   Sotto voce

7. Which part of the human body is directly affected by impetigo? 2 points
A.   Lungs
B.   Heart
C.   Skin
D.   Kidney

8. In the Bible, who asked for the head of John the Baptist? 2 points
A.   Salome
B.   Ruth
C.   Delilah
D.   Queen of Sheba

9. What word describes either of the times when the sun is furthest from the equator at noon? 2 points
A.   Meridian
B.   Equniox
C.   Solstice
D.   Dog day

10. In which country is the Cannes film festival held each year? 2 points
A.   Germany
B.   UK
C.   Canada
D.   France

11. According to the title of a Strauss Waltz, what color is the Danube? 2 points
A.   Green
B.   Black
C.   Blue
D.   Pink

12. Who is most likely to 'loop the loop'? 2 points
A.   Pilot
B.   Blacksmith
C.   Thatcher
D.   Tailor

13. What type of juice is extracted from oranges? 2 points
A.   Orange juice
B.   Lemon juice
C.   Cranberry juice
D.   Pineapple juice

14. According to the saying, sticks and stones may break your bones, but what will never hurt you? 2 points
A.   Words
B.   Work
C.   Worms
D.   Writs

15. Which of these is not one of the seven colours of the spectrum? 2 points
A.   Violet
B.   Grey
C.   Indigo
D.   Orange

16. In the abbreviation G-force, what does the 'G' stand for? 2 points
A.   Gold
B.   Gas
C.   Group
D.   Gravity

17. Which former country used to compete at the Olympics as the GDR? 2 points
A.   Czechoslovakia
B.   North Vietnam
C.   East Germany
D.   Soviet Union

18. What sort of creature is a dachshund? 2 points
A.   Hedgehog
B.   Dog
C.   Squirrel
D.   Cat

19. By which of these abbreviations was the former Soviet Union known? 2 points

20. What was the destination of the Titanic when she sank in 1912? 2 points
A.   Rio de Janeiro
B.   Cape Town
C.   California
D.   New York

21. In which building does the president of the USA live? 2 points
A.   Black House
B.   White House
C.   Red House
D.   Out House

22. Which of these can carry traffic and people over a river? 2 points
A.   Ladder
B.   Pipe
C.   Bridge
D.   Escalator

23. What percentage of fifty is twenty-five? 2 points
A.   0.1
B.   0.2
C.   0.25
D.   0.5

24. How does a game of golf usually begin? 2 points
A.   Trot off
B.   Tee off
C.   Play off
D.   Shove off

25. What color submarine was the title of a hit single for The Beatles? 2 points
A.   Purple
B.   Yellow
C.   Orange
D.   Pink

26. As what is saccharin mainly used? 2 points
A.   Adhesive
B.   Sweetener
C.   Whitener
D.   Solvent

27. What is the name of Barbie's gentleman friend? 2 points
A.   Keith
B.   Kyle
C.   Ken
D.   Kerry

28. What type of bird is the cartoon character Tweety Pie, the target of the cat Sylvester? 2 points
A.   Owl
B.   Canary
C.   Chicken
D.   Ostrich

29. Which of these games requires a racket? 2 points
A.   Chess
B.   Pool
C.   Squash
D.   Golf

30. In 'The Simpsons', what is the name of Bart's best friend? 2 points
A.   Merrill
B.   Milhous
C.   Murray
D.   Melvin

31. What are placed over the ears to listen to music? 2 points
A.   Microphones
B.   Telephones
C.   Headphones
D.   Xylophones

32. By what name is the small Volkswagen car, first produced in the 1930s, known? 2 points
A.   Earwig
B.   Beetle
C.   Termite
D.   Millipede

33. Complete the name of this famous gold medal-winning Olympian, Mark ...? 2 points
A.   Koffz
B.   Sniff
C.   Snifflez
D.   Spitz

34. On which continent would you be if you were traveling across the Sahara? 2 points
A.   Australia
B.   South America
C.   Asia
D.   Africa

35. The island of Majorca is administered by which country? 2 points
A.   France
B.   Spain
C.   Portugal
D.   Italy

36. What is the title of Duran Duran's smash hit album of 1982? 2 points
A.   Duo
B.   Neo
C.   Rio
D.   Tuo

37. Which of these words means not cooked? 2 points
A.   Grilled
B.   Boiled
C.   Roasted
D.   Raw

38. According to the saying, to know somewhere well is to know it 'like the back of your ...? 2 points
A.   Hand
B.   Head
C.   House
D.   Hotel

39. What do tullips grown from? 2 points
A.   Bulbs
B.   Switches
C.   Circuits
D.   Lampshades

40. Which of these is a small fly similar to a mosquito? 2 points
A.   Gnu
B.   Gnat
C.   Gnaw
D.   Gnarl

41. In classical mythology, who was the leader of the Argonauts? 2 points
A.   Wayne
B.   Adrian
C.   Jason
D.   Kevin

42. 'Mrs. Robinson, you're trying to seduce me.  Aren't you?' Is a celebrated line from which film? 2 points
A.   The Lecturer
B.   The Tutor
C.   The Professor
D.   The Graduate

43. Who was beaten by Muhammad Ali in the 'Rumble in the Jungle'? 2 points
A.   Joe Frazier
B.   Sonny Liston
C.   George Foreman
D.   Floyd Patterson

44. The DDR and the GDR United to form which country? 2 points
A.   Vietnam
B.   Yemen
C.   Germany
D.   Czechoslovakia

45. Who wrote the opera 'Turandot'? 2 points
A.   Verdi
B.   Rossini
C.   Bellini
D.   Puccini

46. What color paint is mixed with red to make orange? 2 points
A.   Yellow
B.   Blue
C.   Black
D.   White

47. What is the hard glossy substance that covers the crown of a tooth called? 2 points
A.   Enamel
B.   Egg
C.   Earwax
D.   Eyelash

48. What is the name of Dr. Dolittle's pet parrot? 2 points
A.   Polyfilla
B.   Polydor
C.   Polynesia
D.   Polyester

49. Which controversial comedy cartoon was created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone? 2 points
A.   West Green
B.   North Gardens
C.   South Park
D.   East Fields

50. What can go before 'square', 'economy', 'garden' and 'research' to make new terms? 2 points
A.   Shop
B.   Bazaar
C.   Mall
D.   Market

Faith & Beliefs / Something Happened
« on: July 31, 2018, 05:44:19 AM »
There's this guy from the Alliance Hmong church asked me if I ever gonna get married. All I did was shrug my shoulders - meaning I'm not sure and I'm not planning to. After that, he went on persuading me that I should be like my oldest brother when he got a wife and children. Well, he doesn't know what the heck I've gone through a lot of relationSHITS with girls' BS.  Marriage ain't the true calling for me. He surely doesn't have the common sense of what scriptures in the Bible say about marriage law and its consequence. There's no point in arguing about the subject. Plus there's no point convincing him he's in the wrong position causing me to sin. For instance, a type of "sin" indicate whenever my spouse goes on an adulterous spree while I stay home not knowing she has an affair with other men. So if I decide to divorce her on my own terms (feeling resentment toward her infidelity) and I go find another wife. Then that means I've sinned adultery, right? No matter what I say to that egghead, he won't deny he's an idiot even though he claiming he's a full-fledged Christian.  ;D

Here are the passages that idiot forgot to go back and check upon:

1 Corintians 7-11

7 Sometimes I wish everyone were single like me—a simpler life in many ways! But celibacy is not for everyone any more than marriage is. God gives the gift of the single life to some, the gift of the married life to others.

8-9 I do, though, tell the unmarried and widows that singleness might well be the best thing for them, as it has been for me. But if they can’t manage their desires and emotions, they should by all means go ahead and get married. The difficulties of marriage are preferable by far to a sexually tortured life as a single.

10-11 And if you are married, stay married. This is the Master’s command, not mine. If a wife should leave her husband, she must either remain single or else come back and make things right with him. And a husband has no right to get rid of his wife.

Matthew 19:11-12

11 But Jesus said, "Not everyone is mature enough to live a married life. It requires a certain aptitude and grace. Marriage isn't for everyone.

12 Some, from birth seemingly, never give marriage a thought. Others never get asked - or accepted. And some decide not to get married for kingdom reasons. But if you're capable of growing into the largeness of marriage, do it."

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