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I don't need to prove it, history itself proves it. Old-English used stuff from Norman-French, then there was a vowel shift and it changed to modern-English. Wow isn't history amazing... No! History is boring crap that happened it the past but is still needed to understand how things happened and came about, as well as being a lesson to our future selves.

I don't care about religion, if there is a god I guess i'll take what's coming to me when it comes, for now I don't need to worry about it. If though there is a god why would this god choose just one language? Your book describes him as being able to do anything, he probly just goes along with whatever language the guy he's chattin with needs him to.

You previously said English is more democratic language than others. surely this means if people want to add bits of French into their sentences its perfectly acceptable for them to do so as long as other people will accept it. There are probably a lot of people that accept these additions to their language.
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Chill out dude, its just a language
Posted 5/16/10
Oh my goodness this is hilarious

*favourites*

Okay, now that that's done~

It was the French who brought Christianity to North America

Also, no one's forcing you to use French idiums, silly pants. Remember, that thing? That constitutional rule that let's you say whatever you want? You seem to be excersizing it quite nicely here.

Also, if you really want--make your own master language. That way, you won't ever have to say any words that you don't want, French or English, and no one will be able to understand you or ever have to listen to your silly rants.
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habercrombie wrote:



haha.... you are praising a British monarch and stating that the Anglican Church of America, which comes from the Anglican Church, is God's church.. That sounds so Un-american.

Also the Anglican Church was Henry VII's way to get out of his marriage.... I don't see how that's God's church... of course, KJV fits in with your theology.. both were made in the people with similar mindsets

But there are some many different version of English, along with other languages. The reason for the elites is to make it easier to communicate with equal rules. English has its advantages, but still not the greatest language.


I do not see how piety to God and reverence to our deceased King (as he was king of the American colonies) is un-American.

Also, the Henry VIII's annulment theory about God's church is based upon complete falsities!

In addition, what beauty is there in a standard? Certainly nature has deviations, as does math, and all other form of science.
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MR_Leach wrote:

Oh my goodness this is hilarious

*favourites*

Okay, now that that's done~

It was the French who brought Christianity to North America

Also, no one's forcing you to use French idiums, silly pants. Remember, that thing? That constitutional rule that let's you say whatever you want? You seem to be excersizing it quite nicely here.

Also, if you really want--make your own master language. That way, you won't ever have to say any words that you don't want, French or English, and no one will be able to understand you or ever have to listen to your silly rants.


Not true, the French spread Papism, commonly acknowledge by all true Christians as heresy and blasphemy, but the English came and correct that mistake and taught the aboriginals the ways of Christ and correct them of their former follies.
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PoD2009 wrote:

I don't need to prove it, history itself proves it. Old-English used stuff from Norman-French, then there was a vowel shift and it changed to modern-English. Wow isn't history amazing... No! History is boring crap that happened it the past but is still needed to understand how things happened and came about, as well as being a lesson to our future selves.

I don't care about religion, if there is a god I guess i'll take what's coming to me when it comes, for now I don't need to worry about it. If though there is a god why would this god choose just one language? Your book describes him as being able to do anything, he probly just goes along with whatever language the guy he's chattin with needs him to.

You previously said English is more democratic language than others. surely this means if people want to add bits of French into their sentences its perfectly acceptable for them to do so as long as other people will accept it. There are probably a lot of people that accept these additions to their language.


This is Old English:
Þa het Ælfred cyng timbran langscipu ongen ða æscas; þa wæron fulneah tu swa lang swa þa oðru. Sume hæfdon .lx. ara. sume ma. Þa wæron ægðer ge swiftran ge unwealtran, ge eac hieran þonne þa oðru.

Do you see the French in it? No? I can't either.

Additionally, just because it is a democratic language determined by the, these idioms were created by the mass, rather, they were imposed by the vile Norman-French who savagely conquered England's fair land, the same land Christ's feet has trodden upon and so blessed. I say we should liberate our language from this imposition of cruel and decietful french, and retain its linguistic purity!
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vous avaits besaoin de l'aid mon amis

oh and christ was not english and never spoke english you idiot
Posted 5/16/10

orangeflute wrote:


MR_Leach wrote:

Oh my goodness this is hilarious

*favourites*

Okay, now that that's done~

It was the French who brought Christianity to North America

Also, no one's forcing you to use French idiums, silly pants. Remember, that thing? That constitutional rule that let's you say whatever you want? You seem to be excersizing it quite nicely here.

Also, if you really want--make your own master language. That way, you won't ever have to say any words that you don't want, French or English, and no one will be able to understand you or ever have to listen to your silly rants.


Not true, the French spread Papism, commonly acknowledge by all true Christians as heresy and blasphemy, but the English came and correct that mistake and taught the aboriginals the ways of Christ and correct them of their former follies.


I dunno man. Then how come Aboriginals get discounts and not Christians?

Plus my French teachers were always way cooler then all the other ones.
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jack174 wrote:

vous avaits besaoin de l'aid mon amis

oh and christ was not english and never spoke english you idiot


Joseph of Arimathea- Look him up.
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christ WAS a jew after all
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christ WAS a jew after all


Yeah Jewish people speak Hebrew. Or at least, they used to back then. And now they have yiddish. Neither of those are English. At least I'm pretty sure.
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I dunno any french...is Bonjour french?? lol~ anyways...>.< i really dunno~ i dun learn it.~
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Posted 5/16/10

MR_Leach wrote:


Evil_Fuzz wrote:

christ WAS a jew after all


Yeah Jewish people speak Hebrew. Or at least, they used to back then. And now they have yiddish. Neither of those are English. At least I'm pretty sure.


Wrong on three accounts:

1- Jews speak Yiddish- Yiddish was the language of the Eastern and Central European Jewry's everyday life, but with the advent of Zionism and the Holocaust, the numbers of speakers declined, either dying in the holocaust or being abandoned in favour of the more universal Hebrew.

2- Back in those times, Hebrew was the language of the Synagouge, and not of everyday life. In that era, the language of everyday life was Aramaic. But Jesus taught all his followers English, and proceed to preach in English.

3- Jesus was English.
Posted 5/16/10

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3- Jesus was English.


Oh man, that's a funny joke. Tell another one.
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Posted 5/16/10
heh.. i see troll fodders..
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