Watch Now France vs Australia Seth Had an Embarrassing Accident Involving an Electric Scooter


Seth tells the story about his trip to Indianapolis, where he had a disastrous encounter with an electric scooter.
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29 thoughts on “Watch Now France vs Australia Seth Had an Embarrassing Accident Involving an Electric Scooter”

  1. Aw, quit your whining, will you? I’m sorry you got a boo-boo, but I – like a lot of other disabled vets – have possibility gone through more.

  2. (DECEPTIONS OF FALSE TEACHERS/WOLVES IN SHEEP CLOTHING, according to Apostle Peter. The deception of ONCE SAVED ALWAYS SAVED, a doctrine of devils!!!):

    For when they speak 
    great swelling words of emptiness,

    they allure through the lusts of the flesh,
    through lewdness,

    the ones who have actually escaped 
    from those who live in error.

    (Allure); like enticing in verse 14, means “to catch with bait.” The bait is great swelling words of emptiness, high-sounding promises that prove to have no real content. The hook is the lusts of the flesh, normal sexual desires that are practiced in wrong ways. the heretical teachers clearly were implying that once the soul is saved, (((((what is done in the body is of no importance))))). (Those who live in error): The guarding of the flock from “wolves in sheep’s clothing,” as Jesus described false teachers, was one of the primary concerns of the apostles and is one of the chief tasks of pastors).

    While they promise them liberty,
    they themselves are the servants of corruption:

    for of whom a man is overcome,
    of the same is he brought in bondage.

    (The irony of false teaching is that it promises great freedom while its advocates are already slaves to sin. The gospel offers release form the corruption of the world, but the false teachers were involved in moral ruin by their immoral practices and greedy motivations. These false teachers were probably twisting the christian concept of freedom from the law into a license for sinning). (See Paul’s condemnation of this type of thinking in Romans chapter 6).

    For if after they have escaped 
    the pollutions of the world

    through the knowledge of 
    the Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ,

    they are again entangled therein, 
    and overcome,

    the latter end is worse 
    with them 
    than the beginning.

    (They have escaped): The subject of this phrase is the heretical teachers who are called “slaves of corruption” in verse 19. This verse seems to indicate that the teachers had formerly turned from the pollution of the world through a full and experiential knowledge of Christ. Now, however, they have fallen again into immorality, even becoming teachers of sinful lifestyles. As a result, the latter end is worse for them than the beginning. This phrase is almost certainly taken from Jesus words in Matthew 12:45 and probably reflects Peter’s memory of that occasion).

    For it had been better for them
    not to have known the way of righteousness,

    than,
    after they have known it,

    to turn from the holy commandment
    delivered unto them.

    (Better…not to have known): KNOWLEDGE without OBEDIENCE IS DANGEROUS. Jesus said of Judas that it would have been better for him not to have been born than to have turned from the truth he had known. (See Matthew 26:24). The phrases way of righteousness and holy commandment emphasize the ethical content of the knowledge the false teachers had. They knew what was right and holy, but they deliberately chose to do what was wrong and corrupt).

    But it is happened unto them 
    according to the true proverb,

    The dog is turned to his own vomit again;
    and the sow that was 
    washed to her wallowing in the mire.

    (According to the true proverb): Jews considered dogs and pigs among the lowest of animals, so Peter chooses these animals to describe people who have known the truth but have turned away from it. (Proverb 26:11).

    (1 Peter 2:18-22).

  3. We have these (and bikes) all over town now, which is cool. Personally, I’m a poor person with working legs and a monthly bus pass for longer distances, so I have never hopped on one. However, I was walking to an appointment the other day and was irrationally pleased when two 50+ year-old-men in full business suits politely zoomed by with cordial nods on their heinously lime green scooters. I was charmed. :3

    Just… you know… don’t fall off. Or if anyone asks how you hurt your wrist, tell them it was from a too-vigorous j/o session or something less embarrassing . >_>

  4. We NEED to see that pic of you claiming to be young and hip on a scooter. I NEED to show this to my husband. Your wife would understand.

  5. This show is an embarrassment, among other late night shows , he’s a joke!! Watching paint dry or watching grass grow is more entertainment, clean house and get some host that are actually funny

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