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I have also signed up for some other dating websites, to search for a prospective Christian wife. It appears that women outnumber men on paid websites (like e-Harmony, which is why they gave me such a cheap rate), but men outnumber women on free websites (by a ratio of SEVEN to ONE!). There are a lot of pigs on the internet, men who only want a whore! If I were a woman, I don't think I would look online for a husband, unless I was desperate (and evidently many women are). Women are so unrealistic nowadays. One woman said she doesn't want a man who enjoys listening to rock music. She specifically said she wants a man who enjoys listening to classical music. Do you know that queers love classical music! I love ALL KINDS of music! A lot of women literally having a SHOPPING LIST online of the type of husband they are seeking. It doesn't work that way ladies. Good luck with that! I like rock music, sorry! I don't listen to AC/DC and other music that God does not want me to hear, but I don't see any harm in some secular music. I like some Crosby, Stills and Nash. What some women really want is a religious partner, to play church together, to dot their i's and cross their t's, but she doesn't want an actual HUSBAND! I run from any woman who posts a SHOPPING LIST of qualities that she expects in a husband.

I'd like for ONCE to see a woman who posts a list of all the positive things that SHE WILL BE FOR HER HUSBAND! I mean, isn't that how it is supposed to work?

David J. Stewart, Jesus is Precious 7 Comments [4/17/2019 7:55:47 AM]
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Pharaoh Bastethotep

So completely unlike David J. Stewart, who has so much to offer and no long SHOPPING LIST of qualities that he expects in a wife . Like here:
"If you are a sweet, kind, sincere, pure of heart, responsible, appreciative, submissive, God-fearing, loyal woman, then I am not talking about you, so please don't be offended. And if you are fairly attractive, and single, I am looking for a wife. = -)"
(And he forgot that she must never wear trousers that are not culottes.)

4/17/2019 8:02:54 AM

K

So, so close, Davey.

You say "There are a lot of pigs on the internet, men who only want a whore!" Which is true. Good observation.

But then you make it clear that you're a selfish chauvinist pig in that you only want a slave: "I'd like for ONCE to see a woman who posts a list of all the positive things that SHE WILL BE FOR HER HUSBAND!"

I mean, we ALL know that's what you want, that your wife having a personality and some mental problems really soured you on women who aren't doormats.

But really, you just list the things you want, see how many women trip over themselves to supply it.

Be sure to list all the churches you've been thrown out of, though. You're looking for a Christain wife, but can't do it in any church on Guram, don't want there to be any surprises, do we?



4/17/2019 10:17:03 AM



I like rock music


There are many, many, MANY, quotes from DJS where he attacks rock music and calls it Satanic and now he admits to liking it. How can he like rock when he himself has said, "Rock music is a highly contagious spiritual disease that rots the soul. It is more deadly than Bubonic Plague."

He has also said that there is a "satanic Communist agenda behind the subversive music industry to steal away [parents'] children" using a quote from David Crosby of Crosby, Stills and Nash, a band that he says here that he likes, as proof of his claim.

DJS is the personification of hypocrisy.

4/17/2019 11:25:23 AM

Kanna

Sounds like there is one more pig on the Internet. How dare you complain about women expressing their preferences? All you do is tell everybody what YOU want. Marriage is a two-way street. Granted, you've never figured that out in your previous relationships, and are unlikely to do so now, but this is just a little hint about what you're doing wrong.

I'm heterosexual and love classical and baroque music, as well as medieval music. I like lots of kinds of music, but country whiny music (and steel guitar crap and Christian rock and hymns) are absolutely out. I see nothing odd about specifying a preference. All I see is that her shopping list doesn't agree with your shopping list. All you have to do is swipe to the next choice, and stop complaining.

4/17/2019 1:16:11 PM

Pharaoh Bastethotep

@#2191730:
Rock music is a highly contagious spiritual disease that rots the soul

Well, DJS's soul is pretty rotten...
(But of course, it's not Rock music that's to blame...)

4/17/2019 2:49:10 PM

Anon-e-moose

I run from any woman who posts a SHOPPING LIST of qualities that she expects in a husband


Or perhaps after a little online detective work, more like in Soviet Internet...:



...one little e-mail makes women run away from you, David J. Pedo.

Google: it's a thing, y'see. Ergo the phrase 'Never Google yourself' exists. I bet so many, especially women, have done so with you: no wonder they post that 'Shopping List' that'll attract certain men: and keep... others away.

But y'know what? Unlike some... thing that - I suspect - daren't: and for the most obvious reason that Stevie Wonder can see, thus you're in a certain river in Egypt about your own worse-than sins, I've Googled myself: using my real name, which has yet to surface anywhere on the internet; I made sure of that.

I must be as non-existent as my criminal record. Can you figure out why, Davey-boy...?!

4/17/2019 4:46:12 PM

Kat S.

"Do you know that queers love classical music! I love ALL KINDS of music!"

If you aren't willing to listen to certain genres of music, I wouldn't say that you "love all kinds of music".


"I mean, isn't that how it is supposed to work?"

No, David. Not in either a worldly or Biblical sense. Women aren't things that display their features for you to choose and pick from. Those people are your potential partners that have hopes and dreams of finding a good partner. Don't like the "shopping list" they put on their profile? I don't believe you would be complaining about that if you were actually meeting up to their ideas of a choice partner.


4/20/2019 7:20:18 AM

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