HomsarWasRight t1_je5hcm0 wrote

After seeing post title:

“I don’t know man. While I’m sure drug interactions with Ambien are a serious concern, I just don’t think you should be taking PCP at all.”


HomsarWasRight t1_jctja3z wrote

Uh…it’s concerning that you said they’re “mostly” behind you. Like, “Well, I might do it again, but not nearly as often as I used to!!!” 🤷‍♂️

Also, 23 (or 21) is more than old enough to know that that’s reckless, dangerous, and potentially deadly.

In case you don’t understand, if you keep doing that, you are highly likely to kill someone.

> I’ve been pulled doing 120 in a 60 and let off with a warning but that was like 2yrs ago

Number one, I don’t believe that for a second.

Number two, it sounds like you’re bragging that you got away with it.


HomsarWasRight t1_jbjmwro wrote

I know it's silly to have that many similar schools in such a small area. But here's more than you ever wanted to know about these schools:


Baptist Bible College, located on Kearney St. Established 1950, part of Baptist Bible Fellowship International. Not the Southern Baptist Convention that most people think of when they think of "Baptists." Still operational (barely, I hear).


Central Bible College, bible school located at Norton and Grant, across from the fairgrounds Established 1922, part of the Assemblies of God. Closed (merged with Evangel)


Liberal arts school (with some bible programs), located on Glenstone north of Chestnut. Established 1955, part of the Assemblies of God. Still operational with 2,000+ students.


You're welcome! 😉


HomsarWasRight t1_jbjlfj2 wrote

Parts of the grounds are beautiful, and a couple of the buildings are great (or WERE great when I went there 20 years ago). But the dorms are hazards. Two decades ago there was a rumor going around that one particular dorm building was legally condemned, but they were getting around it on some technicality.

Doubt that was true, but it tells you the state it was in then that we believed it. Think of what it must be like now.