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fishwasher
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You may fin this interesting

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jht......ip19.xml

I did
Sayn lay narn, marli?

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Next thing you know, there will be an image of Prince Phillip showing up on the Temple Screen. Bizarre!
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Destiny
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There's another much larger mob worships an American airman from WW2.

In Papua New Guinea, Prince Phillip is known in the local Pidgin English as 'man belongim quim' or 'The man that belongs to the Queen'.
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The Cargo Cults of Malaysia (sp) are still looking for John Fromm to come back to them and bring a treasure cargo with him. Just like the WW2 military men Smile
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I guess the position of god is still open in a few isolated places around the world. Too bad it pays such a poor wage ( a few bird carcasses and some tropical veggies) or more down and out magicians would apply for it.
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Eddie Garland
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Thanks fishwasher,
I loved that story! Thanks so much!

I'm packing my bags Smile
fishwasher
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On 2007-03-02 03:10, Spellbinder wrote:
I guess the position of god is still open in a few isolated places around the world. Too bad it pays such a poor wage ( a few bird carcasses and some tropical veggies) or more down and out magicians would apply for it.


I would definately apply!
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On 2007-03-02 03:20, Eddie Garland wrote:
Thanks fishwasher,
I loved that story! Thanks so much!



you are most welcome Mr. Garland
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fishwasher
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On 2007-03-05 02:33, plasticdestiny wrote:
http://www.news.com.au/story/0,23599,21326731-401,00.html

Elvis Lives!

In Papua New Guinea


and there I was thinking he lived on the moon....
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abrell
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OK, when travelling to Yaohnanen always have some pictures of Pince Philipp with you. He should be a member of the magic circle at London if I remember thet correctly. So maybe his picture should be brought there in a sand frame....
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Bill Ligon
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Of course, we don't believe such silly things as those benighted villagers, do we?

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On 2007-06-10 03:02, Bill Ligon wrote:
Of course, we don't believe such silly things as those benighted villagers, do we?

Bill


Not until their images begin appearing on burnt toast, or their effigies weep blood. Call me a doubting (gospel of St)Thomas
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My god is an honor student at Nazareth Elementary. Smile



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On 2007-06-10 03:02, Bill Ligon wrote:
Of course, we don't believe such silly things as those benighted villagers, do we?
Bill

Not until their images begin appearing on burnt toast, or their effigies weep blood. Call me a doubting (gospel of St)Thomas


Didn't an image of George Bush recently appear on a roll of new Charmin with Aloe?
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Autumn I love you, I haven't laughed that hard in days. I just spit diet pepsi all over my computer.
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On 2007-06-10 13:17, Bill Ligon wrote:
My god is an honor student at Nazareth Elementary. Smile



Bill


OMG (uh, no pun intended) this made me really laugh out loud! If it's not already a bumper sticker, it ought to be!

Thanks, Bill =)
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Just to add to the debate, here's the BBC's report on the 'Kentucky Creationist Museum'.
Despite it being June, it's misty & sheets of rain scorch my windows. Instead of calling together a Bizarre performance at Chez Steve, I may now build that Ark...

NB below link is video; 56K modem users beware!

http://www.bbc.co.uk/mediaselector/check......p;nbwm=1
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It amazes me that stupid people have nothing to say and just keep on saying it.
It must be magic to keep repeating a mantra regardless of it's basis in reality, or the proof given to the contrary, it will become manifest on this plane of reality.
BTW if you've never been to Kentucky, it's the place where the hose goes when the earth needs an enema.
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