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They should never worry about restricting the bible. Even though it is the ultimate occult text ever written, everyone will claim to know what it says yet never open it once just like they do here. If a person were to systematically work through just the new testament they would be Master Teachers and produce miracles daily. It was a very ingenious plan though. The more of them laying around the less chance anyone will ever discover and decode the secrets that are hidden in it.

I say do like we do and let everyone have as many as they want and then no one will be reading it.
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Nice spelling Kingstardog.

R U Sirius?
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One of my favorite films is Inn Of The Sixth Happiness. It has it's oddities (Like Curt Jurgens playing a Chinese general) but the story of women missionaries in China is beautifully written and played. The Chinese travlers as depicted, are ignorant of any Biblical teachings EXCEPT as Stories. The caravans choose their Inn for food and lodging based on the best Stories being told. There is an innocence that is belied by the reality of a regime racked with insecurity by controlling thought. Eventually war comes to the tiny village and the true colors of the characters come out. Just a darn good rip roaring story (I choose my films like they choose their Inns.) Absolutely no relation to this thread except it brought it to mind. Probably the best Golden Rule movie ever which is how I approach it rather than the religious theme. A powerful women's role as well, showing that strength of character is far more important than any dogma displayed on all sides covered in the show. A good show, find it if you can. Ingrid Bergman is at her best.
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Ingrid Bergman was HOT. VERY HOT.

That's my contribution to this thread.

Or should I start quoting Abe again?
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Wouldn't mind a bit of Jimmy Carter myself.
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Within our system of government every American has a right and duty to help shape the future course of the United States.
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That brings a tear to the eye.

When I say tear I mean like Salvador Dali style.
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Brought a tear to my eye onions cello taped to my nose style.
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My exwife? She was 4 years old and had 12 breasts, but enough about me...'

Wait a second! Something is wrong with my computer. My Lincoln Carter Colman program has started mixing quotes!
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Those who hunger for freedom, who thirst for human dignity, and who suffer for the sake of justice -- they are the patriots of this cause.
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I prefer Pie.
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Pie is good.

I must start a new thread.
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On 2007-11-16 15:47, Corona Smith wrote:
Nice spelling Kingstardog.

R U Sirius?


I'm even less Sirius by the day. In fact after giving it careful thought I now believe I exist far less than even I thought. In fact I may not even exist at all, and only be a thought wave form that causes the validation of other things.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_rQiF2cRKdc

In a nutshell this is what I write about,and the root of all physical miracles.
Once one understands the concepts and how they nest together.....then you can begin to experiment with all that is taboo, in science, religion and other wise.

To say that Jim could not know the contents of the envelopes is to assume he does not have this knowledge and had no time to experiment and test.
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On 2007-11-16 15:55, Doug Higley wrote:
One of my favorite films is Inn Of The Sixth Happiness. It has it's oddities (Like Curt Jurgens playing a Chinese general) but the story of women missionaries in China is beautifully written and played. The Chinese travlers as depicted, are ignorant of any Biblical teachings EXCEPT as Stories. The caravans choose their Inn for food and lodging based on the best Stories being told. There is an innocence that is belied by the reality of a regime racked with insecurity by controlling thought. Eventually war comes to the tiny village and the true colors of the characters come out. Just a darn good rip roaring story (I choose my films like they choose their Inns.) Absolutely no relation to this thread except it brought it to mind. Probably the best Golden Rule movie ever which is how I approach it rather than the religious theme. A powerful women's role as well, showing that strength of character is far more important than any dogma displayed on all sides covered in the show. A good show, find it if you can. Ingrid Bergman is at her best.


Once again Higley deserves bonus points for one of the most interesting off topic responses, that well, is better than the original topic. Smile
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On 2007-11-16 15:55, Doug Higley wrote:
One of my favorite films is Inn Of The Sixth Happiness. It has it's oddities (Like Curt Jurgens playing a Chinese general) but the story of women missionaries in China is beautifully written and played. The Chinese travlers as depicted, are ignorant of any Biblical teachings EXCEPT as Stories. The caravans choose their Inn for food and lodging based on the best Stories being told. There is an innocence that is belied by the reality of a regime racked with insecurity by controlling thought. Eventually war comes to the tiny village and the true colors of the characters come out. Just a darn good rip roaring story (I choose my films like they choose their Inns.) Absolutely no relation to this thread except it brought it to mind. Probably the best Golden Rule movie ever which is how I approach it rather than the religious theme. A powerful women's role as well, showing that strength of character is far more important than any dogma displayed on all sides covered in the show. A good show, find it if you can. Ingrid Bergman is at her best.


Once again Higley deserves bonus points for one of the most interesting off topic responses, that well, is better than the original topic. Smile

I'm now wondering if it's considered hijacking to post an off-topic response to a thread where you were the original poster. After all it's Doug's bus, he ought to be able to steer it anywhere he d*** well pleases...
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I reported myself.
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