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I'm a married network engineer with 5 kids!
Interests: money, power, status, fame
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Mar 15, 2010
Same issue with "Let The Right One In". No center channel audio on my Mac, then the next day, watching on XBOX, all was well. Not sure the platforms can be implicated. Could just be a timing thing.
Way to scare the pee-water out of me, Bob. I saw "Anderson College" in Indiana and freaked. I was a graduate of Anderson University - formerly Anderson College and also in Indiana. My liberal theology (attained in part there) flashed before my eyes, until I found their website. Whew. False alarm - Hyles-Anderson College in Crown Point, Indiana. Free local calls to Hell. No worries.
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I read that this morning as well, Bob. And I had the same reaction. Thanks for pointing this out. Your blog casts a larger shadow than mine.
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Saw the movie this weekend. You simply MUST see his conversion at the Pentecostal campmeeting. Makes you proud to be a Christian...NOT. He jobbed them so hard, and they had no idea.
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Bad Bob, bad Bob. If more stuff from ends up on slice, we shall know ingrid's sense of humor, or lack thereof. You should have saved this one for April 1.
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Man, this kinda burns my butt. I remember, when I was a teenager, Pat was building the American Center for Law and Justice. His right-hand lawyer (Jay Sekulow) had really impressed me as a sharp lawyer and an asset to "the church". I think I sent them $100, which was HUGE jack for me at the time. I think I also had the opportunity to get my name engraved on a brick in the building, but I neglected to fill out the form for that in time. Now, having been befuddled repeatedly by Pat's exclusive statements, I am ashamed that I once contributed to his cause. I hope I never have to run for office. This is the kind of thing that James Carville would hire an investigator to dig up from my past.
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