How can people that were enslaving each other before any interaction with other people appropriate the concept of slavery from people they had no contact with? Chattel slavery is a European thing.
I was an employee at a local fast food 'restaurant'. With all the courage I went owrld started kissing without even asking her and started smooching her and she too responded and I was in heaven. )) .
- Hide quoted text - "Thats it. You really did plan this out didn't you" i said. "Just touch it, once, that's it. He squeezed her tits more. My hair fell around my face brushing mom's legs as she fingered and rubbed herself.
As I said your Mom and I don't think you'll get much of a truck for 3,500. As the kids grew, and their personalities started to develop, it became a disfuntional family. but so sexy.
Use her as a humping post.
Excuse me, pardon
The same people who salt caramel and chocolate..
Oh my a personal attack....now I'm doing drugs! Oh shytttttt!
Hogg is a child. I'm not. Why is that funny?
The comment referred to conservative verses socialist. Three of the top four are conservative Republican presidents.
The bible stories are simply not true. So much of it has been debunked by science, that none of it can be trusted. There was no Egyptian Captivity, no Exodus or any of the rest of it. No United Kingdom of David and Solomon...all of this has been debunked by modern archeology, and there is zero evidence for any of the rest of it. An Egyptian historian, Mantheo says that Moses was a renegade Egyptian priest named Osarsiph who led an army of lepers and overthrew the Pharaoh. The Greek historian, Strabo simply claims that he was a renegade Egyptian priest. None of it is true.
Where do you see any blanket statements? If you are interested in statistics, look it up. You won't believe me anyway.
You're right! KJU's words did say that about his government, didn't they? You're such a smart, smart, smart Trumpkin. It's fascinating how both Trump and his cult followers (like you) seem so eager to orally copulate KJU. Trump trained you well, Trumpkin.
Girl got shot (hit) seven times.
Sin is not in the law.
It's a controversial topic - hence why it's a moral dilemma. How should one decide a course of action? Based on intrinsic rights or based on the consequences of your actions? Do actions matter in and of themselves, or is it dependent on the wellbeing/suffering that results from the actions?