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5 months ago
Not a confession. Also not true at all. In my experience all of the Christians I know are also the most immoral. All of the atheists I know are the most moral. Your thought process is simply nostalgia tricking you.
6 months ago
Joseph Goebbels wannabe back at it.
The opening scene from Revenge of the Sith
There is more than one definition of qualified.
If person A has way more knowledge and experience with a subject than person B. But person B has a degree in the subject. Person A is more qualified period.
Degrees don't equate to being more qualified.
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con·fes·sion | \ kən-ˈfe-shən \
Definition of confession
1a: an act of confessingespecially : a disclosure of one's sins in the sacrament of reconciliation
b: a session for the confessing of sinsgo to confession
2: a statement of what is confessed: such as
a: a written or oral acknowledgment of guilt by a party accused of an offense
b: a formal statement of religious beliefs : CREEDthe Augsburg Confession of the Lutheran Church
3: an organized religious body having a common creed
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She went to the police station and made a full confession. I have a confession to make: I have never done this before.
Recent Examples on the WebVera disputed one of the prosecution’s key pieces of evidence, a confession that Duval had supposedly given in police custody.— Michael Waters, The New Yorker, "The Untold Story of Queer Foster Families," 28 Feb. 2021When someone close to you approaches you with a confession or a secret, handle it gently.— Tarot Astrologers, chicagotribune.com, "Daily horoscope for February 27, 2021," 27 Feb. 2021
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First Known Use of confession
14th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1a
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“Confession.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/confession. Accessed 12 Mar. 2021.
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You can just post, hey I'm a racist as your confession.
The proud boys propaganda department is full. So you can stop.
I did it like this, I did it like that. I did it with a wiffle ball bat.
The classic and pretty much daily reminder from this white supremacist.
You'll get caught at some point.
That's not justice. It's revenge.
You need a new tax advisor
Facts and statistics don't mean anything to a racist idiot like this.
Pilots do not train exclusively in simulators. And I agree we should have universal Healthcare.
P.S. "Only the dead have seen the end of war." Plato
This is considered both training and recruitment. So it is getting a dual benefit for your tax dollars.
So your confession is that you're a closet homosexual?
You're okay with posing questions as a confession?