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15 years ago
lobo-hotei
Check in the 'WINDOWS' folder not the 'Program files' folder. Regards, Lobo-hotei lobo
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15 years ago
lobo-hotei
David L wrote: > I don't know what your'e talking about. I don't support the old > testament god, and certainly not human sacrifice. I was > quoting Jesus. Selective belief! > You know damn well plant consciousnesss is not equal to animal > consciousness-- No I think all consciousness is equal. Just like being alive. You either are or you are not. You believe that the plant
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15 years ago
lobo-hotei
Yep. Some people tend to think you are cruel if you actually make the animal behave. My sister spoils the dogs she always gets yet they do behave the majority of the time as she was raised up by the same man I was and he tolerated no animal crossing that line into getting their way when they wanted it. It didn't matter what kind of animal it happened to be at the time. Cats, dogs, hogs, cows, ho
Forum: Misc.
15 years ago
lobo-hotei
Raja wrote: > Hi Lobo, > > Was Jesus a vegetarian? > Doesn't matter either way as far as I am concerned. He followed the path before him as many do. > You also want to define 'God' Not really. That could lead into all sorts of religious beliefs and discussions on a thread about a good show. I believe we have went too far already on this subthread. The reason I posted the ab
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15 years ago
lobo-hotei
What he is teaching these owners is Alpha attitude in the pack. They are head honcho and if they aren't then the pet will be due to natural tendacies. The "boss" here thought I was nuts shortly after we got together with a wolf I acquired. IT decided to help himself to the steak bones and scraps I had on a plate on the table. I intended to give them to him after I washed up from su
Forum: Misc.
15 years ago
lobo-hotei
Here's you a place to argue with over meat/no meat diets. Regards, Lobo-hotei lobo
Forum: Misc.
15 years ago
lobo-hotei
You remember any quotes in there about that dad of Jesus of wanted sacrifices all the time? How about all the human sacrifices called for of those who didn't accept his point of view? Does the "proof for a vegan diet" website not read those quotes that would not support their goals? No killing of animals. Pffft Wonder how many animals(including humans) were killed due to the "Gre
Forum: Misc.
15 years ago
lobo-hotei
128. oops!
That should have read: Unlike "anyone not vegetarian will not be enlightened!"
Forum: Misc.
15 years ago
lobo-hotei
Nice. This human being is a guest house, every morning a new arrival. A joy, a depression, a meanness, some momentary awareness comes as an unexpected visitor. Welcome and attend them all! Even if they are a crowd of sorrows, who violently sweep your house empty of its furniture.... The dark thought, the shame, the malice, meet them at the door laughing...be grateful for whoever comes, becau
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15 years ago
lobo-hotei
David L wrote: > I see sarcasm in this post, not humor: > > > You would. Now that's sarcasm David. Good day and Rumi on! Regards, Lobo-hotei lobo
Forum: Misc.
15 years ago
lobo-hotei
David L wrote: > It's about communication with animals. If you had ever seen the > show, you'd know that most of what Sonya does is communicate > with live animals of all species. No need to watch the show. For a $300, 30-minute session I could experience live and up close! > On second thought, who the hell asked you anyway? LOL! Not very Rumi-esque now David. P.S. I guess hum
Forum: Misc.
15 years ago
lobo-hotei
So Sonya holds seances for dead pets and how is this comparable to this guy training owners to deal with pets, or teach pets to deal with owners? His is applicable. Hers is questionable. His tactics work for everyone. Hers tactics seem to work everyone. How can a woman talking to thin air compare to this guy taking on that vicous, full-blown, 1 pound mini-cujo? That was funny, as "punt ti
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15 years ago
lobo-hotei
"IF" is a mighty big word for only two letters. I didn't say we had to but if it had to be done then a quick death would be preferable. Up to me there would be alot of civilisation being cleaned up and the land given back to nature. Wolves being the main benefactor. Not just in Alaska either. Would love to see the Red wolf back inthe south especially in NE Texas where I am from. Reg
Forum: Misc.
15 years ago
lobo-hotei
Well I agree with the stopping of the killings but the aerial killing is far better then the old ways using traps and letting them starve to death, poisoning them, or the bait on a hook where the animal raises up and grabs the food ensnaring themselves and hangs there starving. And of course these also took animals other than the intended species. So if they have to kill them I would rather the
Forum: Misc.
15 years ago
lobo-hotei
Raja wrote: > Lobo, > > Wrong, we could feed the entire world if we would stop farming > for meat. I don't have the time to get into this now, but it's > a proven fact. So why hasn't it happened yet? And by whom? Everyone has a taste for veg diet? It isn't a question of ability to do so but of why should everyone do so? I would have to pay 50-70% more for groceries to get &quo
Forum: Misc.
15 years ago
lobo-hotei
Raja wrote: > Quote: > > Somehow I think you wouldn't hesitate to kill a "poor" creature > in the wild to survive whether for food or defensive reasons. > > Hi Lobo, > > You're greatly underestimating the vegetarian mind...in search > for food, grass is a very good food source. The earth provices > us with fruits, seeds and nuts, so what else do we real
Forum: Misc.
15 years ago
lobo-hotei
Raja wrote: > "Hey you're the one swearing you wouldn't eat an animal just > vegetation." > > Never heard of food stores, that have stock of about everything > you can possibly think of, to EAT ? Where would the person get these food stores in the event of a plane crash or being in an emergency situation which is what I was using. I understand about food stores and suc
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15 years ago
lobo-hotei
David L wrote: > > Then pray you don't crash anywhere cold in the winter say > > Alaska or Canada. > > Oh yeah, I'll pray for that. Gimmie a break... Hey you're the one swearing you wouldn't eat an animal just vegetation. Not much vegetation during the winter time there Rumi. > > Really? Can you tell me who made the following > > quote?QuoteYou're not treati
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15 years ago
lobo-hotei
David L wrote: > lobo-hotei wrote: > > > Oh one more thing ..... still no answer. > > QuoteSomehow I think you wouldn't hesitate to kill a "poor" > > creature in the wild to survive whether for food or defensive > > reasons. > > I ansered it here: > > > But I'll say it again-I would not kill animals for food under > any circumstances,
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15 years ago
lobo-hotei
David L wrote: > > Read your "matter of degree" tree of karmic debt above. > > According to you plants don't rank as high as humans or > animals > > used for meat. How convenient. > > You're being obtuse. I am? Funny how you answer my answer with the same thing I said. > Plants are on their way to becoming > animals, animals are on their way to be
Forum: Misc.
15 years ago
lobo-hotei
David L wrote: > > > It's a matter of degree, Killing humans and whales incurs a > > > much greater debt than an animal. And a dog or horse or > > aother > > > high mammal is much more significant than say, a lizard. > And > > so > > > on down to plants, and plants do have a consciousness, and > > > there is a karmic debt but that debt
Forum: Misc.
15 years ago
lobo-hotei
David L wrote: > lobo-hotei wrote: > > > They took only what they needed to survive. > > > > How much life is killed to feed you daily? Plants are a > living > > organism. > > It's a matter of degree, Killing humans and whales incurs a > much greater debt than an animal. And a dog or horse or aother > high mammal is much more significant than say,
Forum: Misc.
15 years ago
lobo-hotei
They took only what they needed to survive. How much life is killed to feed you daily? Plants are a living organism. Living in tune with nature is not bad especially when you do not live in a way that espouses "karmic" anything. You live your way due to "karmic" understanding, they live their way due to "nature" understanding. There is more then one path to enlig
Forum: Misc.
15 years ago
lobo-hotei
Congrats on the new child and glad to hear all is well with the young boy and mom!! Grab sleep while you can as you will need it! LOL Cheers and Beers all around !!!!! Regards, Lobo-hotei lobo
Forum: Misc.
15 years ago
lobo-hotei
I was the same way with the first few times using them! There are 3 ways of linking the URL. The most important thing is to be sure you have the complete URL(i.e. including the http:// in it). 1st way is the <> symbols. 2nd way is the [] tags with url and /url in them at front and end of URL 3rd way is the [] tags with url= and /url in them respectively. With this one you can use text to r
Forum: Misc.
15 years ago
lobo-hotei
As far as them stealing your resources, build up a defensive wall around your area and lock the gates unless you are sending out military. This will keep everyone out. By doing this you can go out and mine the resources farther out and the ones back home will be safe. The walls with towers and archers/skirmishers can hold off most attacks until the castle age. Support with a group of knights to
Forum: Misc.
15 years ago
lobo-hotei
The largest cat in the world grabs ahold of you and is having a bad day, then that will be your last day. Unless it was mad about the guy's refusal to change into an outfit the tigert picked, I would say it was probably like the ownders said, just trying to help out. All that tiger had to do was bite normally, not hard/severe/110% effort, just normal and the guy would have been dead within a s
Forum: Misc.
15 years ago
lobo-hotei
Being as mosquitoes use heat sensing to home in on supper, it might be that the one being eating alive has the higher body temp. In your case, your husband's darker skin might be absorbing more sunlight and causing his body temp. to be higher. With Claude she might be like I am. I can usually draw them to me just by walking outside and the "boss" might not get any due to the fact she h
Forum: Misc.
15 years ago
lobo-hotei
[newsday.com article] From the article it appears they were neighbors. [Another article here] Regards, Lobo-hotei lobo
Forum: Misc.
15 years ago
lobo-hotei
Yeah but the homeland security is stopping all the 'terrorists' ! Carrying all that stuff, especially with blood on some of it, should have warranted at least a confinement of a few days to check him out. Justice can be blind but not the security! Regards, Lobo-hotei lobo
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