I'm 15, and done with the cult. Both my bishop and my parents know and accept my disbelief, which I'm extremely grateful for. My question to you guys is this: should I stop going to Sunday school/priest's quorum? How do I go about it.
The thing is, I like thoughtful/deep conversations, but I don't like priesthood quorum, and my sunday school teacher is my old bishop, who's had hours of conversation with me - asking about my sexual fantasies, mas****tion, and similarly inappropriate subject matter. He also lives just a couple doors down from me, so that also complicated things a lot.
I need your help. How do I do this?
Assembly Speaker Craig J. Coughlin (D-Middlesex) announced Friday a revised schedule for Assembly Committee hearings, so there is more time to whip votes for the cannabis bill.
I was tasked with brainstorming ideas for how the elders quorum in my YSA student ward can "serve" the sisters of the Relief Society on Sunday--Valentine's day. I haven't hit my creative stride to think of anything beyond chocolates and/or a note. I don't know of any constraints besides just a reasonable budget, so please comment anything you have seen done before, or good ideas that you have--girls especially. Thanks!
Anyone out there using ActiveCluster to host quorum and data RDMs for MSCS VMs on vSphere 6.7? I can't find anything that states it works or is even supported.
Yes, I know there are better ways and I feel dirty even asking but I need to stabilize an ailing environment before I'll be allowed to address the design issues.
Teachers Quorum Advisor (TQA): Today we will review "Especially For Youth" so make sure you have a copy, it's on Gospel Resources if you look.
Billy: That's the "no fun" one?
TQA: It's about delaying gratification.
Billy: That's what she said,
TQA: William that's quite enough.
Billy: That's what she said!
Billy: So threesomes are OK?
Has anyone ever ran any of the red lights on the Quorum Round-a-bout?
I work close to the business park and was heading out in my car over lunch when I accidentally ran the red light on the crossing, on Benton Lane. I slammed on but definitely crossed the threshold. There wasn't a single person anywhere near the crossing thankfully!
Weirdly though, I didn't notice a flash from any cameras... I did a little check on the way back in and I cannot tell if there are red light cameras on that set of lights but my sat nav always warns me about those when ever I have it on.
Has anyone ever received a fine from a Red light camera around here? did you notice a flash? was the camera obvious?
Quorum in the US Senate is 51 senators being present, with the VP not counting towards that total. If there was something truly controversial (like universal healthcare) the dems we’re trying to pass through reconciliation (or if they abolish the filibuster), the GOP could prevent a vote by getting every member to not show up. Would this be a good idea, or a bad idea?
The Constitution says:
>(6) The Senate shall have the sole Power to try all Impeachments. When sitting for that Purpose, they shall be on Oath or Affirmation. When the President of the United States is tried, the Chief Justice shall preside: And no Person shall be convicted without the Concurrence of two thirds of the Members present.
Currently, the Senate is in Pro Forma sessions. Mitch McConnell says it doesn't do any business when it is in Pro Forma sessions but is he telling the truth? Can a few Senators show up, and by a vote of more than 2/3s of those present vote to convict?
JP Morgan Quorum Blockchain runs on the ethereum blockchain is there anything that tezos can do to be involved with this project that we will be able to benefit from
We’re extremely excited to announce that Tatum now supports Quorum!
Quorum is an open-source, private-permissioned blockchain based on Ethereum, and is the first private blockchain we have ever supported. It is used to run J.P. Morgan’s Interbank Information Network, a payments network of more than 300 banks, and provides enhanced enterprise-grade performance and privacy features.
Our whole implementation is fully open-source, so head on over to our GitHub to check it out.
This is huge, so spread the word pls ;)
Because it’s fucking emasculating.
First off, you’re supposed to pretend the three pricks in charge know what’s best for a group of guys they hardly spend any time with (this coming from a guy who used to be one of those pricks and believed he knew what was best for a group of guys with whom he was barely acquainted).
Secondly, the time you actually do spend together you’re supposed to sit around and get emotional about spiritual shit.
Thirdly, you’re expected to be nice ALL THE FUCKING TIME, which means too many asshats get away with spouting too much nonsense.
And finally, you’re expected to perform literal magic at the drop of a hat. I mean, how is a sane, rational person supposed feel competent when they’re called on to cast spells?
I’m sure there are more reasons. Feel free to share.
Quorum has been reached on the Exploration Vote stage! One step closer to Edo and private transactions becoming reality!
I was called on October to be second counselor after having been given possession of the Melquisedec priesthood. Today is 12/30 and so far I have done well in my assignments except one: Family History and Temple.
I have seen that there is a graph of how many members have their family history up to their grandparents, but that is it. I don't know how to approach people to help them update their trees or see how they are doing with their temple covenants.
This is my main concern and so far I have done nothing for it. I'm not expecting a definitive answer, just a brainstorming session.
(I live in an area where we are only meeting via zoom and I don't really know many people since I only got baptized last year)
Hello community! I dropped Netrunner nearly 5 years ago and recently rediscovered it from my closet. I was curious on your opinions on what would be the optimal restrictions to use for various deckbuilding?
I will only be playing with my own cardpool and thus would always be building the decks when playing with friends. I understand that I could self-moderate somewhat, but some recommendations are welcome. For example I understand that Sifr is stupid and was a reason, however not THE reason, I quit.
Specifically regarding quorum requirements for supreme court confirmation, what are the written laws requiring certain processes and what are the norms regarding attendance.
Since Ron Johnson's announcement about attending the vote while Covid positive, I was wondering about the details of this particular voting process. Since the only info I know, at the moment, is that votes must be cast in person and that a simply majority is needed for confirmation (with VP as tie breaker).
Are there more elements to this process that I am unaware of? Thanks.