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    I swear that stuff is only $23 per bottle at my local supermarket.
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    Hey JTR

    I think you misunderstood his new rule. In this case you should have posted this on JTR's WALL..... SMH.... people.....
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    1970s Computers

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    The Librarian

    Baby Blue - George Strait

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    Love of my life, you've hurt me You've broken my heart and now you leave me Love of my life, can't you see? Bring it back, bring it back Don't take it away from me, because you don't know What it means to me Love of my life, don't leave me You've stolen my love, you now desert me Love of my life, can't you see? Bring it back, bring it back (back) Don't take it away from me Because you don't know What it means to me Obrigado You will remember When this is blown over Everything's all by the way When I grow older I will be there at your side to remind you How I still love you (I still love you) I still love you Oh, hurry back, hurry back Don't take it away from me Because you don't know what it means to me Love of my life Love of my life Ooh, eh (alright) Songwriters: Freddie Mercury
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    I used to think that William Shatner was the biggest jerk & I still haven’t absolved him completely. But I am fast getting there. What has turned me is noting how he delights in self-parody. He knows that he is a wooden actor. He knows that he has, for whatever reason, gone far beyond his talent. He accepts it all as a happy “one of those things” and joins his critics in ridiculing himself. My wife and I saw him in a Colombo rerun, playing a media star villain. It was impossible for someone to deliberately ham it so poorly, he was doing it on purpose, making fun of himself. The kicker was a scene when his character passes by the most prominently displayed oversized painting in his mansion—a portrait of himself!
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    1969 Dodge Charger

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    I like how you added the GIF's @admin (Although they do add slow)
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    Good morning everyone! I just decided to change up the look a bit. Everything should still work the same.
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    Yeah! once again, the Terminator, brash as he is, nails it. I like this reproduced letter, and judging from the wording, I even imagine I know which helper wrote it: While I appreciate the concern of the brother who “witnessed” this, I also have some concerns about the assumptions made. Please keep in mind, there are a number of circumstances that others may not be aware of. For example, using the purchase in connection with visitors, graduates from Gilead or the Branch Committee School. Also, over what period of time will these [bottles] be used? As far as dedicated funds, some of our brothers had businesses prior to coming to Bethel. I will not get too personal on Brother Morris’s circumstances in that regard. It does point out that our dear brothers are a “theatrical spectacle,” so please assume the best of our dear brother. Thank you. One can be forgiven for imagining @Jack Ryan is having steamy sex over in his domain, so orgasmic is he over this. He has posted TWELVE (at least) separate topics about this! He is among the ones (those who have gone atheistic) who lectures everyone else about his superior skills of critical thinking. And yet he so clearly—you couldn’t ask for a better example—lets his wishful thinking drag him along as with hooks in his jaws. He leads with his heart, not with his head at all. Look, IF the brother was a deadbeat flatout drunkard on someone else’s dime, then yes, this is a video that would be consistent with it. But BECAUSE there exists such a video, the reverse is not by any means true. Far more likely is it that one of the factors the Bethel helper mentions is the reality. Anybody who knows how to think knows this is so, and yet Jack does not know it. He knows what he wants to think, and that is enough for him to fit any circumstance into his foregone conclusion. And yet he would boast of his “critical thinking” skills. “While I appreciate the concern of the brother who “witnessed” this, I also have some concerns about the assumptions made. Please keep in mind, there are a number of circumstances that others may not be aware of,” the helper says. No alcoholic could guzzle liquor the way Jack guzzles assumptions. And yet he would tell us that he has broken away from religion and has learned to use his intellect! He is either incredibly deceitful or incredibly stupid. Take your pick,
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    Of course that problem is sensible in every way and angle. For example: I get drunken (to what level drunk?), once or in few occasion. And others witnessed to that. And because it is easier, they comment that in their group and rumors start. Let say, one of them decide to report my behavior to elders because he is "righteous one" and his conscience not allowed any more to see me in congregation having public talk, with knowledge i love to drink. After that elders decide to speak with me. Now you have this position. Elders and few of others know about your "problem". How you look like in their eyes? Let say how only 2 elders know that and few witness of my drinking, and perhaps few more because people love to talk. Well, one part of congregation already know something about me. And they take some position about me in that sense. If whole congregation get to know about me and my drinking, what is difference? Number, only that. What is important, is not the number of those who know or not know about my drinking. Important is, what congregants would, will thinking and feeling for me after introducing, knowing me in this way. Real "division" inside congregation would come not because of public knowledge what i have done, but because of "division" inside people hearts and minds, who will be able or not be able to endure, bear with - not me - but with themselves, with own hearts and perceptions about life and all inside them and around them. "Spiritual Paradise" would collapsed. An unrealistic, distorted picture of "reality" would have to come to an end. Love your imperfect neighbor, even love your enemy, love your fallen brother is at stake - not artificial unity of congregation! :))
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    If you had not asked the question ... I would not have looked up the answer !!
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    Thank you @James Thomas Rook Jr. for the obvious answer... I am trying to create a Quora like Q & A area for sharing of info.
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    Well the scripture says speak to the congregation. But if a brother or sister did speak to the congregation they would be accused of 'causing a division in the congregation' And even when a person is disfellowshipped the reason is not given, it's kept hidden from the congregation.. Makes is soooo easy for them to disfellowship people easily for no scriptural reason. Just the way one Elder threatened me. There are so many scriptures that prove that the GB and it's Org do not serve God through Christ.
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    James Thomas Rook Jr.

    Bethel and Alcohol

    That makes the point for me, that there is an inherit malignancy in the McAfee software. It has been many years, but I think I remember uninstalling it with CCLEANER's "tools" option. CCLEANER is a magnificent piece of free ... TOTALLY FREE ... software, that I have been using since 1997 or so, with perfect results, every time. It removes all clutter from my computer, including debugging and cleaning up the "registry". I use it about every two weeks to keep my computers healthy.
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    Holy spirit is God’s free gift to those who sincerely seek it. It can enhance not only your abilities but also your desire to do your best in his service. “God is the one that, for the sake of his good pleasure, is acting within you in order for you both to will and to act.” The precious gift of holy spirit, coupled with our earnest efforts to keep “a tight grip on the word of life,” will allow us to “keep working out [our] own salvation with fear and trembling.”—Phil. 2:12, 13, 16. With complete confidence in God’s spirit, then, pour your heart into every assignment, become skilled at what you are given to do, and look to Jehovah for assistance. (Jas. 1:5) He will give you what you need to understand his Word, cope with life’s problems, and preach the good news. “Keep on asking, and it will be given you; keep on seeking, and you will find; keep on knocking, and it will be opened to you,” and this includes receiving holy spirit. (Luke 11:9, 13) Indeed, keep on supplicating Jehovah that you may be like faithful ones—both ancient and modern—who were guided by God’s holy spirit. WE ALL CAN PLEASE JEHOVAH AT HIS HOLY SPIRIT ! ❤♥☼♥❤ SATAN does a good job and most people succumb to his sly traps anyway. Give away so much time for a trivial topic ....??
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    Rest in Secret To this day, Mercury’s final resting place is unknown. After his death on November 24, 1991, his body was cremated, and his ashes were kept in an urn by his lifelong friend, Mary Austin. Two years later, Austin quietly left her house with the urn, fulfilling Mercury’s wishes to be covertly laid to rest without risk of disturbance. Not even his parents were told, and Austin has kept the secret of where the star’s final resting is to this day.
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    In the 1970s, Mercury was in a long-term relationship with Mary Austin and they lived together in West Kensington, London. However, when he told her about an affair he’d begun with a male record executive in 1976, their relationship ended. Mercury bought Austin a place of her own when they both moved out of the flat they shared.
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    @James Thomas Rook Jr. I found out today that these things are loaded with preservatives... I mean a whole paragraph of chemicals. But still delicious.
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