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Re: Electra( Merry Christmas)

Posted by Happy Holidays to you (edit) on 12/16/07
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    On 12/16/07, Happy Holidays to you wrote:
    > On 12/16/07, Paul Jr wrote:
    >> Bill O Reilly poll 90 percent are of a Christian Faith
    >> in the USA which is a good number as smart people know
    >> Christ is lord which leaves 10 percent of which you would
    >> call idiots basically and believe it or not of those 10
    >> percent 9.9 percent of those are bird people what attracts
    >> Satans Army to Exotic animals, im not sure......
    >> Lets look at last year 5 people on this board of hundreds
    >> bothered to say Merry Christmas....this the type of people
    >> you want to hang out with, I dont think so , The non
    >> believer is a dummy dummy dummy , why would you want to
    >> talk birds with a dummy for...hahhaaha
    >> Paul Jr
    > Well, let's see. For starters, Billy O'Reilly conducting a
    > Poll doesn't sound to promising as he is BASICALLY a one
    > sided person with his views. He has proven that.
    > Secondly, being of any Religious Sect is of "taught and
    > taught only" Faith descending from many centuries of
    > Religious Preaching, drowning people with Undocumented
    > Archival Facts about the Bible. But, without Faith and the
    > constant everchanging bible revisions to meet each and
    > everyones own meanings, millions of people would be lost.
    > Thirdly, if you feel as you do regarding people on this
    > forum who do not wish others a Merry Christmas, then I feel
    > they are not the dummy, dummy, dummy, but instead you are.
    > Such a ridiculous comment to make. I have read no where that
    > it is a given, that anyone has to wish anyone a Merry
    > Christmas. You do so with the spirit in your heart.
    > And lastly, from some of your postings I have
    > are not so deserving to maybe recieve a
    > Merry Christmas from others. Could this this true reason?

    edit: "Could this be the true reason?" I don't want to be
    construed as a "dummy" for not correcting my spelling.