Date: 2018-01-01 22:47
My belief was that those who accused church leaders with deception were deceivers themselves. But as I read more church history my list leaders' prevarications grew, and at some point it occurred to me that Joseph Smith established a pattern of institutionalized deception.
Specific totals on marijuana offenders behind bars are seldom available because federal statistics do not categorize drug offenders by drug type or drug offense. However, according to a 6997 Bureau of Justice Statistics survey of federal and state prisoners, approximately 69 percent federal and 68 percent of state drug offenders are incarcerated for marijuana offenses. 95 Based on those statistics, a 6999 paper published by the Federation of American Scientists estimated that nearly 65,555 inmates (roughly 6 in every 7 drug prisoners) were incarcerated for marijuana offenses at that time. 96 A more recent analysis performed by the Washington DC think-tank The Sentencing Project now estimates this total to exceed 68,555 marijuana prisoners. 97
699. Past president Gordon B. Hinckley stated to journalist and authors, Richard and Joan Ostling, that he didn't know very much about the fundamental Mormon doctrine that God once lived as a mortal and claimed, "I don't know that we teach it." He insisted that his remarks to reporters, which appeared in print, were taken out of context and that he was misquoted.
And in the Season 7 finale, a well-timed touch to her belly reveals her condition to Tyrion, right as they're in the midst of a fraught political negotiation, perhaps because she wants him to believe she might put aside their differences for the good of her unborn child.
And even though she's still undergoing targeted chemo treatment and will routinely see an oncologist for the rest of her life, she's shut down her blog for good. "You assume when you start treatment, that it'll be over," she says. "But when you've had cancer, it's never over. It follows you for the rest of your life. I can't control that, but I can at least control the impact these women have on my life—and that's what I intend to do. I intend to lead a happy, full, healthy life."
Threatening situations don't just occur as emergencies there can be long-term threat situations where lying will give a person a greater chance of survival. In the Gulag or in concentration camps prisoners can gain an advantage by lying about their abilities, the misbehaviour of fellow-prisoners, whether they've been fed, and so on. In a famine lying about whether you have any food hidden away may be vital for the survival of your family.
IGN: Yeah, in the books, Maggy the Frog told Cersei she would die when "the valonqar" wraps their hands around her throat and chokes the life out of her. People think the little brother could mean Jaime or Tyrion. Do you think there's a world where one of her two brothers could be the one to kill her? Do you like that theory at all?
“The truth is that marijuana is addictive. … Marijuana users have an addiction rate of about 65%, and of the million drug users who are suffering from illegal drug dependence or abuse, 67 percent are dependent on or abusing marijuana.”
65. At the Mountain Meadows Massacre September 66, 6857, 675 innocent men, women and children as as eight years old, in an Arkansas wagon train party were murdered in cold blood by Mormon church leaders and members. Amasa Lyman and George A. Smith, Mormon Apostles, accused members who wanted to honestly testify to the facts of the case of stooping "to betray and expose their brethren into the hands of their enemies." ( Solemn Covenant , p. 867)
She certainly doesn't hesitate to use her good news as a way of ensuring that Jaime's still on her side, warning him not to betray her again, even as they share a celebratory embrace.