Because they have value. When you hire a photographer to take your picture you do not own the picture the photographer does. The "reprint rights" is a license agreement that says you can use those pictures for your own personal use. Without it, you must pay the photographer directly for each print. Most often they send it off to a print shop and charge you a huge markup. Which is what it looks like is happening here.
I only blocked one person the entire three years that i've been on Disqus. Lady Checkmate & she's still blocked 2 & a half years later. I'd prefer not dealing with her again!
Got TDS do you? My, my, you liberals never tire of projecting your deviant desires on the other 98%. I believe Treuady does have ovaries which explains your un-natural same sex attraction to him. After all, liberals are the party of gay.
Why are you unwrapping it then while telling me this?
your no no place?
And A great day in the neighborhood it is. The sun is shining. The birds are singing. The clouds are puffy and white. Gooood Morning Stinkers and Stinkerettes. I made cupcakes for the bake sale last week The person selling them hung the price tag of $donations only$ I feel so good that my 38 cupcakes helped the cancer people raise a little more than $2500. All I was worried about was if I would get my Rubbermaid containers back...
Weird how that would happen when half the state's refuse to participate.
Yes it is. If you ever see a "made in America" tag it means part of the production was in America. The rest of it is still made in China. But don't take my word for it. Ask anybody who's familiar with textile industry. We don't have the equipment to do most of it anymore, much less trained personnel.
It's true. I find Mr Boombastics to be immoral.
Good you found it....?? ?? ??
I haven't though. Not playing the game isn't wagering. I'm losing nothing.
Stop the sexist crap Josh
Stripping away a single choice to do something we already stop them from doing in a different context doesn't make someone less than a person.
I don't know the issue with them is the size of the wedding she doesn't seem to be pushing for some extravagant affair
I think asking this of "the Bible" is too much to ask and avoids necessary nuance. There are sections that are meant to be taken literally (or at least as literally as they can be, such as the Synoptics, Paul's letters, Exodus) and others that are meant not to be taken literal (Psalms, Song of Solomon). Others are much more disputed, such as the beginning of Genesis, Revelation and Job. So asking "should the Bible be taken literally or figuratively" is not the best question as it's too broad and general. Maybe the better question is how do we know what to take literally and what to take figuratively?
A person who we may identify as jesus may have existed, but the biblical jesus absolutely did not.
There was no global flood in human history. The biblical flood as stated in the book didn't happen.
I don?t have to demonstrate it, He already did. As He was God in the flesh, death has no dominion over Him.
The medical community, i.e. the American Academy of Pediatrics, found that the benefits to newborn circumcision are greater than the risks, but not so great that they recommend the practice for all, leaving the decision to the parents' cultural, ethical and religious beliefs.
What does a god bring to the process? It's like adding a fairy to a garden.