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Re: jesus is monkey god hanuman

Post by jaycdp » 10 Jul 2008

hanuman has helped rama in many ways. And budha is another figure that i would say ganapathy . Budha is always seen with big belly. I not good in this kind of area . But this is my guess. If you think my guess is wrong . My guess is a geuss from an educated bk. In otherword this is an bk educated guess. As we all know the tail and trunk is for the body conciousness. Hanuman was very helpfull to rama in liberating seetha. And I honestly think it is jesus . If it is not jesus it could be muhammed or budha

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Re: Accurate Yaad (Accurate Remembrance)

Post by mbbhat » 16 Jul 2008

mbbhat wrote:A person needs mango not a mango fruit
paulkershaw wrote:Oh for Gods' sake. Please spare me from this endless cr#p.
Thaks for pointing the error.

'Mango fruit' should be actually 'mango tree' (sorry). There are some more mistakes. Please excuse me.

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Re: Accurate Yaad (Accurate Remembrance)

Post by newman » 24 Jul 2008

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Re: The Mathematics of Gyan

Post by new knowledge » 29 Jul 2008

Offtopic: Dear admin, sorry, but a request. Please edit the part of above article (in darkblue color) as 'Your query is formulated scientifically, but there is no scientific solution to it'.

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Re: Interesting stories and information

Post by paulkershaw » 04 Sep 2008

Australia is in the grip of a "man drought" where women increasingly outnumber men and a good bachelor is hard to find, according to new research from a leading demographer. From its founding as a British penal colony more than 200 years ago, Australia has traditionally suffered from a gender imbalance where men were more likely to be more numerous than the fairer sex Down Under.
Finally, we have 'proof' that the BKWSU way of life, of reducing men to a mere number, has taken grip in Australia. Of course, the article doesn't say anything about the 'male gay' population reducing the availability even more ;) and if ANYONE even mentions the word 'sheep' at this point, do know that we could have the Aussie Prime Minister logging onto this forum to threaten us with sometehing serious or the other ...

Read ALL ABOUT IT HERE and don't forget to gasp in horror as "this must be a sign of imminent destruction or imminent surge in lesbianism in the world", or whatever is the worst scenario for the world to think up:- http://www.24.com/news/?p=tsa&i=1015556

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Re: BK Controversies

Post by mr green » 26 Sep 2008

You see how yogis remember my churnings, I had a good churn last night ... oooopps.

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Re: BK Controversies

Post by arjun » 26 Sep 2008

yogi108 wrote:Now this can either be taken as humor or provocation.
I agree ;) I think ex-BKs have forgotten that there is an exclusive place for them in this forum to share such humour - XXXBKjokes in the ex-BK section. It has been a long time ex-BKs peeped into their Section :D

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Re: Relative or Absolute truth

Post by new knowledge » 29 Sep 2008

Offtopic: Dear admin, please edit the last sentence of the previous post 'If interpreted logicaly & mathematicaly, everything appears to be infinite or unlimited as no any absolute or relative scale of measure is known to the scientific community to measure the dimentions of various facts at the level of Absolute Truth', as 'At the level of the Absolute Truth, if interpreted logically & statistically, everything appears to be infinite or unlimited, as no any absolute or relative scale of measurement is known to the scientific community to measure the dimentions of anything at that level'.

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Re: BK Controversies

Post by mr green » 29 Sep 2008

mr green wrote:You see how yogis remember my churnings, I had a good churn last night ... oooopps.
This was neither a joke nor an ex-BK one, it makes no sense on its own. It was a comment made in reply to someone else and not meant as a joke.

If my postings are to be censored, I would rather they are just deleted. If this site is to be just a place of pundits it is losing its way.

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