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Strolling again

Postby Witness » Fri Apr 21, 2017 3:06 am

This time to Sion:

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Should be fun. :mrgreen:

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Re: Strolling again

Postby sparks » Fri Apr 21, 2017 3:17 pm

Visiting Bruce again?
Nice things? Hell no!

Board Crumbmuffin.

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Re: Strolling again

Postby Witness » Tue May 02, 2017 9:24 pm

'Twas fun. One thing which made me lol at this funeral parlor (apart from the cheesy grandparents/grandchildren photo) – can you spot it?

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A Maserati hearse. :mrgreen:

Can't get rid fast enough of the corpses, hu?

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Re: Strolling again

Postby shemp » Wed May 03, 2017 2:52 am

I really don't want a funeral, but if I could ride in one of those, I'd change my mind.
"It is not I who is mad! It is I who is crazy!" -- Ren Hoek

"[... it seems most strange that... ] the Creator of Heaven and Earth resorted to the womb of a certain Jewish lady, grew there for nine months and was born as an infant, and afterwards grew up and was betrayed into the hands of his enemies who sentenced him to death and executed him, and that afterwards... he came to life and returned to his original place. The mind of a Jew, or any other person, simply cannot tolerate these assertions. If you have listened all your life to the priests who have filled your brain and the marrow of your bones with this doctrine, and it has settled into you because of that accustomed habit. [I would argue that if you were hearing these ideas for the first time, now, as a grown adult], you would never have accepted them." -- Rabbi Moses ben Nahman, defending the Talmud at the Disputation of Barcelona, July 1263.


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