Skip to comments.Knock down drag out open thread of all things precious to your doctrines and traditions.
Posted on 12/22/2008 7:45:39 AM PST by guitarplayer1953
Ok boys and girls here is a chance to defend what you hold dear and near to your religion. For years now I have seen threads that make statements that I do not agree with but can not respond to because they hide behind the guise of being a devotional, or a caucus, or ecumenical. So here is a chance for open debate for all things that have been closed to opposing views in the past.
There will be only two guide lines no personal attacks and no posting of numerous links in a response or making a point. If you can not argue a point dont respond by posting links. Yes I know that it is not part of the posting religious guidelines, but this is my thread so I get to make up the rules.
I am limiting this to religion due to the fact I can not post it in both general discussion and religion.
If some one would like to start a thread like this in general discussion by starting off that they believe that Fords are better than Chevys or that Obama is better than a potato then do so. But please refrain yourselves not to bring up Fords or Obama.
One other thing if you do not post directly to me I doubt if I will know what you have said concerning a point so if you have posted to others and want my opinion then ping me. I do not have time to read all posts. With that said let the debates begin.
LOL! Walked into that, didn’t I?
We thought the catz might freak out about the dog, but they just sniffed her, said, “Meh,” and went back to bed.
. . . from the context it's "boys" - is that one of those TextSpeak things, like "teh"?
Ah. Any photos? What type?
Ours, Dobbie and a Shepherd/Huskey mix died about eight years ago and we just haven’t the heart to get any more, especially at our ages. They’d outlive us.
Christmas Cats are number one. Dogs run a close second.
In keeping with the theme of the orginal post, I must say cats are probably the most unique and precious animals in comparison to all others.
*see, I haven’t really hijacked it yet!
Little boy: AWWWWW man, I wanted nintendo! Can’t we have just one normal present this Christmas!
I believe that the “Sons of God” of Genesis 6:4 are angels.
Pinging my ol’ buddy Laz.
Here’s a Religion thread where we’re allowed to post anything we want. Anything at all.
OK ... now I see where it’s going. Tomorrow’s picture will be more informative. By 26DEC08 (the beginning of Kwanzaa), we’ll see a completed example of their Ujima (collective effort).
“Byos” is a family locution. It started with the boys’ calling the girls “grils,” the boys being less articulate, so then they needed their own garble. Now it’s helpful to distinguish the byos (Pat, James, and Vlad) from the boys (Bill and Tom).
I just now realized something. About the irony you mentioned in post # 36.
Merry Christmas Alex!
And a Blessed Christmas filled with Joy and Love.
Is that just Cheap Yellow Mustard, or will Dijon get you the ticket for the boxcar too?
|"What's that watermelon doing there?"
"I'll tell you later..."
- Sidney "New Jersey" Zwiebel and "Reno" Nevada, from the film The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai: Across The Eighth Dimension
Just start dreaming of gelded llamas ... that’ll help you compose a ban-worthy post.
Ah, the grils.
On your days off do you stick your hand in hornets’ nests? Trespass in a pasture with a rutting bull? Play hide the mousie in a rattler’s den? Get between a bevy of blue haired retirees and the dinner special at Denny’s?
Now, that spicy "Beer Mustard", with the whole mustard seeds in it ... that is perfection on a bun.
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