“Not true. The people that have the cell phones and twitter accounts HAVE SOMETHING. They're paying for those phones/devices somehow. Homeless people have NOTHING. They don't have a way to pay AT ALL.
There's a difference between someone who "still needs more" money, and someone who has no money at all......”
daziya 11 on May 26, 2014 at 16:34:08
“Not exactly true. There was once a homeless guy who was on the news and had his own Twitter. He would go to the library to use the internet. And there are so many programs out there that give out free cell phones that it's possible for many homeless to get a free cell phone with service.”
125cbj on May 26, 2014 at 13:14:30
“All homeless people aren't penny-less . then again , some may have money that people don't know about . '' they just choose to live homeless .”
May 22, 2014 at 10:39:30
“This is nowhere near "The Breakfast Club" soundtrack. There's no comparison. And the only songs I could even tolerate from this list, was "While I'm Alive", and the M83 song. If you want to fall asleep, listen to this soundtrack.”
“Yes, there is a problem. It has been addressed many times before, but, Hollywood loves to continue to whitewash the Bible. God did not intend for His Word to be visually whitewashed. It is VERY wrong to exclude all other races when representing the most diverse text in human history. Shameful.”
wbthacker on Apr 8, 2014 at 13:15:19
“"God did not intend for His Word to be visually whitewashed. It is VERY wrong to exclude all other races when representing the most diverse text in human history. "
So how many races WERE represented by humans on the ark, then? Does this "diverse text" of your describe how God arranged for blacks, Asians, caucasians, and Native Americans to each send a representative or two to the Ark?”
mrovin1 on Apr 8, 2014 at 11:31:51
“"God did not intend for His Word to be visually whitewashed."
No, just passed down orally, then copied and recopied and recopied, then added to and changed and translated and retranslated.”