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(no subject) [Sep. 6th, 2005|02:00 pm]
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[mood |relaxedrelaxed]

try this...start by clicking 1
look around after each slide to navigate forward...its worth a few minutes to really sit back and absorb...
carry on!
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Hello [Jul. 27th, 2005|01:14 am]
Leaving the Cave
I kinda had to leave my previous Fave Comunity.

So I'm Only Goin ta say this ONCE

I can't Spell worth rat snot & my proofreading is even WORSE.
Don' like how I type-don' look at it.

That said- I'm fairy easy going.
THIS is from my personal post summing up what happened the LAST time

Ahh the problems of being a Gadfly...

Just doing what comes naturally to the point

its bites some stupid cow on the ass

And before ya know wa's happened

a head or two of Cattle has Stampeeded

banged up the heard

busted up the corral

shaken the bezeezus outta the land scape

all from ONE



with a REALLY big mouth

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New Community... [Jun. 14th, 2005|11:13 am]
Leaving the Cave
[music |zero 7 - passing by]

Hello and welcome...
Please feel free to post what you wish...
On my personal livejournal last night, the idea of Jesus sharing meals was brought up...
One writer suggested this meant he was in the same place with sinners not necessarily dining with them..."It is the same concept as eating at a public restaurant" was the quote...
Here is an interesting article i found this morning...read and give your feedback...

A Place at Dinner with Jesus
by Randy Becton
In the mid 1820's, wealthy plantation owners in Atlanta, Georgia were best known for the lavish dinner parties they gave, honoring each other, famous authors, politicians, businessmen, and anyone who would further their reputation of "greatness."
One thing was certain about these gatherings: no one would expect a slave to be seated with them in a place of honor. Slaves and white people didn't eat dinner together in the same room, much less at the same table back then. Some call it "culture" while others know it as "racism." Read more...Collapse )
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