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Ugh.Just the THOUGHT of someone else's dentures is rather scary!!!
What's the problem with guns?
William We are in the world of image making even in the church. While a gun may save an entire family if there is a home invasion, we as a Church are now imagewise are the softer side of Sears...duvets, flowered curtains, matching candles...al things peace connoting, and in the public square: life sentences so that ax murderers may repent while watching soap operas all day. All is peace and softness. I however am with you and if you have an 8 shot Mossberg 12 gauge that you are trying to unload, we'll walk...we'll talk...I'll hand you the chalk.
PS anti-feminization of the church satire aside, gun sales involve legal paperwork in some states which makes some sales intricate.
What's the problem with guns?Or bowling balls...:-) It all seems a level of specificity unwarranted. My wife thought the whole thing a joke: "Can't they just throw the stuff they don't want away?"
At least they didn't forbid Guiness, Newcastle, et.al.
I see the makings of some very interesting craft projects! Or some Rube Goldberg contraptions.
At least they didn't forbid GuinnessOh this is an Irish parish. They'd never do that. It's also very traditional and it's sort of interesting to observe this level of rule-making. It seems sort of OCD-ish, sort of the way you'd see those of a traditionalist bent approach things - very thoroughly with a lot of rules.Rube Goldberg contraptionEllyn, the next sound you hear will be me googling "rube goldberg"! Either an obscure reference worthy of Dennis Miller, or my pop cultural ignorance.
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