Billy Graham is still alive? holy shit he's old.

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Billy Graham is still alive? holy shit he's old.

They removed the word "cult" because they want to get more vote for Romney... but Mormons are still a cult...

http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/on-faith/after-romney-meeting-billy-graham-website-scrubs-mormoncult-reference/2012/10/16/f...

 

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I am getting a broken link .. (Unread) :

  Cannot find the link page (broken link) ?

 

 

 

 

 

 p.s. -- Oh, 'Jean' would have so loved this current move.


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Cannot find the link page (broken link) ?

p.s. -- Oh, 'Jean' would have so loved this current move.

 

Sorry... I forgot about the limit on links length.

BTW - what happened to Jean.

 

www.washingtonpost.com/national/on-faith/after-romney-meeting-billy-graham-website-scrubs-mormoncult-reference/2012/10/16/fa4ce826-17d1-11e2-a346-f24efc680b8d_story.html

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At this stage in the game ...

 re::  You think Graham's mind should be on politics at this stage in the game ?

digitalbeachbum wrote:

danatemporary wrote:

Cannot find the link page (broken link) ?

p.s. -- Oh, 'Jean' would have so loved this current move.

 

Sorry... I forgot about the limit on links length.

BTW - what happened to Jean.

 

www.washingtonpost.com/national/on-faith/after-romney-meeting-billy-graham-website-scrubs-mormoncult-reference/2012/10/16/fa4ce826-17d1-11e2-a346-f24efc680b8d_story.html

  I am surprised at Graham's increasing politicalization by what I read.  I'd think at this stage in the game he would have other things on this mind. One thing I dont think people realize is it not necessarily all over with once you exit the scene, not initially. These ' associations (term used with Grahams)' have lives much longer than the a human life-span, eventually they die out. Impermanence IS inescapable. What he going to do was not given much I thought I guess. People make their wished made known through wills but I dont follow this close enough to hazard a guess with the association. Death comes as a shock.

 Nobody as heard a word from Jean about the time there were so many dropped connections. For some reason, apparently he was developing a fixation with Brian37 in reading only his poetry. Then there was the server issues, which played a part in his not showing up. I found by observation it was getting more and more difficult to interact with Jean. With it becoming increasing isolating, for him, as a result. The only thing I know is he wasnt informed about the server issues nor did he try to find out about why the site was up and then it was down. I could guess it was a combination of factors but I dont know for sure.  Mr. Jeano WHERE ARE YOU ? We even asked after you.

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   Prozacdeathwish was in a heated series on exchanges not all that long ago, nothing on that front either. That might be nothing but wanting a break for a bit, but I dont know. Hope he's alright, he needed a break, but I am just guessing.  More importantly Big bro, Where Art Thou ? 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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danatemporary wrote: re:: 

danatemporary wrote:

 re::  You think Graham's mind should be on politics at this stage in the game ?

digitalbeachbum wrote:

danatemporary wrote:

Cannot find the link page (broken link) ?

p.s. -- Oh, 'Jean' would have so loved this current move.

 

Sorry... I forgot about the limit on links length.

BTW - what happened to Jean.

 

www.washingtonpost.com/national/on-faith/after-romney-meeting-billy-graham-website-scrubs-mormoncult-reference/2012/10/16/fa4ce826-17d1-11e2-a346-f24efc680b8d_story.html

  I am surprised at Graham's increasing politicalization by what I read.  I'd think at this stage in the game he would have other things on this mind. One thing I dont think people realize is it not necessarily all over with once you exit the scene, not initially. These ' associations (term used with Grahams)' have lives much longer than the a human life-span, eventually they die out. Impermanence IS inescapable. What he going to do was not given much I thought I guess. People make their wished made known through wills but I dont follow this close enough to hazard a guess with the association. Death comes as a shock.

 Nobody as heard a word from Jean about the time there were so many dropped connections. For some reason, apparently he was developing a fixation with Brian37 in reading only his poetry. Then there was the server issues, which played a part in his not showing up. I found by observation it was getting more and more difficult to interact with Jean. With it becoming increasing isolating, for him, as a result. The only thing I know is he wasnt informed about the server issues nor did he try to find out about why the site was up and then it was down. I could guess it was a combination of factors but I dont know for sure.  Mr. Jeano WHERE ARE YOU ? We even asked after you.

 

Well the Graham family reminds me of the Romney family. Out of touch, rich and religious. I don't care for either of them. I'm just surprised he is still alive.

Yep, impermanence is a bitch and not a lot of people understand it.

I ignored Jean's posts after trying to have a discussion with him. He was like talking to a lump of hardened cement.

I can understand the need to take a break.

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