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Jane of the Jungle (September 16, 2009, 11:52:27 AM):
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If Angus Buchan does decide to start firewalking as a show of how much strength is to be had from faith, he should consider demonstrating it on something like this:.....(In case it’s not clear, that’s a steel pour.)
;D ;D ;D LMFAOOO

Cool idea, THAT would be VERY Convincing ;)

But Luthon64 I dont think you would mind much even if he sprint over it "veldskoen en al" ;D

Im afraid the noseclip and respirator kit wont be all I'll need, I'm gonna have to insist on a bharf bagg tooooo :-\
BERNARD (September 16, 2009, 12:31:12 PM):
;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

You know you make me laugh. Thanks I cant remember when last I laughed like this. Must have bee about 90 years ago when I still a child
mdg (September 16, 2009, 12:51:23 PM):
Quote from: BERNARD
Ja belief me lately I dont belief in anything anymore. What a waste of time it was all these years that I did believe. It was with a shock and a great one that I realised what a fool I've been


Good for you BERNARD! When you get over the anger stage, you'll feel much better because you'll feel FREE.... free of the superstition, free of the mind numbing dumbing down of intelligence, free of other people's silly ideas of how you should live, eat, marry, love, or bring up your children. You're about to go on an awesome journey of discovery; there is so much wonder out there and it doesn't need a god, a fairy, Jesus, Thor, Krishna, Harry Potter or any other imaginary being to be in awe at the incredible splendour of it all. Well, that's how I felt anyway.
There are no more demons. devils or ghosts to fear - life will begin to open up so many new wonders that one lifetime isn't enough to take them all in....enjoy!!

Quote from: Mefiante
If Angus Buchan does decide to start firewalking as a show of how much strength is to be had from faith, he should consider demonstrating it on something like this:.....(In case it’s not clear, that’s a steel pour.)

A devious woman after my own heart ;D , we should line up a few more people to walk behind Oom Angus.....Slimey Ray McCauley, is another one.

mdg
BERNARD (September 16, 2009, 13:03:40 PM):
All I need is Harry potter'ss magic want. O believe me I agree totaly about Ray. That man makes me sick.
mdg (September 16, 2009, 13:36:35 PM):
On the subject of annoying religious figures.....

Another one is Pastor Theo Wolmarans, I don't whatever happened to him, but he used to be quite popular about 20 years ago. Anyway, he avoided using a lowly barber to cut his hair and instead went to a very well known and expensive hair stylist at Eastgate to have his hair done, which my sister just happened to work at.
The staff found him insufferable and whenever he had to go to the basin to have his hair washed, they used to perform the same ritual everytime he came in. The person washing his hair would pretend to unscrew his halo and throw it like a frisbee to the next hairwasher in line, and so it went on until it got to the last person in line, who then pretended to hang the halo onto a towel hook.
My sister, who was prone to fits of giggles, used to hide out in the back because she almost used to pee herself when Pastor Wolmarans came in.
He never ever caught on. ;D

mdg

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