greeney2 wrote:Very funny! EH if anyone is the expert about playing dumb on this forum its you. Everyone of your proofs, and responses is predicated on playing dumb, and taking out of context a verse from a chapter, or twisting words from everyone. Playing dumb by insisting that inturpetations you distort, is the true meaning of the verse and chapter.
greeney2 wrote:Its not playing dumb to show there are dozens of styles of crosses, and you thought if you cut the cross down short, you said you have no problem with it, until you saw the example of greek crosses. It is not playing dumb to show that other organizations also use a cross as a symbol, not just Christian religions. Just happens that, the red cross also is one of the primary responders to this tragedy.
greeney2 wrote:Playing dumb is 4 atheists who in a federal lawsuit, point out their religous prior affilation, and that they are now atheists, offended by, and physically damaged by the displaying of this cross. Horse crap, they are as healthy as you! I'm sure you read the first and second primary physical symptoms of the claim, which is only playing dumb, like whiplash pain in a fender bender is hard to disproove. Fabrication of emotional distress, depression, and having the trotts! Give it a break, its all playing dumb, these people are as healthy as you, just playing a game with the courts
greeney2 wrote:Like I said before, people are tired of paying the price in life for every ***hole like this in our courts.
greeney2 wrote:At least nobody can deny the American Red Cross, who have over 40,000 volunteers, aided over 60,000 families, and distributed billions of dollars in aid, could have a valid reason for countersuit for the cross to remain, on the basis it is their symbol and they were primary responders.
Halfabo wrote:greeney2 wrote:Very funny! EH if anyone is the expert about playing dumb on this forum its you.
Uh, I don't think he's playing, Greeney.
greeney2 wrote:Right, its carefully engineered playing dumb with issues, and why one person sues for the cub scout oath, or 4 people with the cross at the WTC.
We're all still waiting to hear from the Red Cross.
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