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4 hours ago, Space Merchant said:

No worries. When ideas come into discussion other things are talked about. For we can discuss apples and sudden moments later we speak of oranges.

This reminds me, the nature of human emotion. Isn’t perpetual thought an excellent emotion if managed properly. God gave us free will. Are we prepared to die for it is the general question the Bible makes light, of? From the O.T. to the N.T. it’s about choices. Proverbs 12:15, Philippians 4:8, James 1:2-3, Colossians 3:2

Asking a question if it is infidelity by using a doll doesn’t seem to have the same value as an image on paper, but is accountable by a real person shows how disconnected human emotion is.

I believe J.P. Morgan once said” if you have to ask, you can’t afford it. For Christians, what does this really mean?

Some have forgotten the extent in the definition of infidelity. One overlooked is informal fooling/playing around. What are the parameters of this phrase?

Feeling sexual excitement or desire

https://www.macmillandictionary.com/us/thesaurus-category/american/feeling-sexual-excitement-or-desire

It doesn’t need to be physical. It has to do with action and intent. A doll is that extension of an action taken.

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20 hours ago, Anna said:

The librarian must be away. I am surprised he hasn't already created a post with "John Buttler and the derelict mansion"

He tends to focus on the religious clubs. This was a post in the secular part of the website.... I have noticed but don't really care as much as he does if people go off on crazy topics completely unrelated to anything. :D

I blame this on our infrastructure not allowing threaded replies. 

Maybe someday forums will grow up and learn from social media.  .... oh wait I'm sure there is already a thread about this in here somewhere. Ooops

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On 11/1/2018 at 6:14 PM, JOHN BUTLER said:

Anna you made me laugh. My profile photo is my wife and i, though from a few years back. The lady on the digger is my wife. She is twenty years younger than me, and is my third wife.

Aaaah, ok. Thanks for explaining!

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Yeah, my profile photo is from years ago, taken at my eldest Son's wedding.

My children had just tied me to the top of a car and run me through the car wash.

Today I have wrinkles that cast  shadows, and could grow corn.

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2 hours ago, James Thomas Rook Jr. said:

Yeah, my profile photo is from years ago, taken at my eldest Son's wedding.

My children had just tied me to the top of a car and run me through the car wash.

Today I have wrinkles that cast  shadows, and could grow corn.

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but you have a good heart, so looks don't matter. 

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10 hours ago, James Thomas Rook Jr. said:

Only dead fish go with the flow .....

There must be thousands of dead fish in the JW Org then.  

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Pretty much of what I had made mention of before, as of this was recent. A 35 year old Japanese School Administrator, Akihiko Kondo, could not handle being rejected by women and does not wish to be rejected again. But he has sought out a relationship that is clearly not ordinary. In order to fill that void and fear of rejection, he decided to find love b means of a Japanese character 初音 ミク otherwise known, in English as Hatsune Miku.

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Mr. Kondo spent $18,000 dollars (2031030.00 yen) on this wedding and walked around with a doll version of Hatsune Miku.

That being said, there is a major problem in Japan whereas there is little to no relationships, thus putting the population of Japan at risk as seen by some. About 31% of adults ages 18-34 are still unmarried and or not in a relationship.

Who is Hatsune Miku: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hatsune_Miku

The First Hologram of virtual J-pop icon Hatsune Miku was present back in 2010-2011:

Note: Hatsune Miku was not the only hologram some years ago. Rapper 2-Pac (Tupac Shakur) as well as Michael Jackson were also holograms who prepared in a concert-like fashion, the only difference is 2 are based on real people, the other is an popular Japanese anime character.

https://latimesblogs.latimes.com/technology/2010/11/japanese-pop-star-takes-the-stage-as-a-3-d-hologram.html

Only a matter of time until conferences and a list of other things will go hologram in this way shape or form, even communication also.

 

That being said, the stuff such as this on seeking inanimate things and or virtual as mates, well the VR chat thing is an issue, it will pose as a problem for young people into adulthood, as it has been as of late with some today.

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