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Carolina In My Mind October 30, 2006

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Another tune for the former hippies out there. 

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1. Dave in Texas - October 30, 2006

Dear God. JT.

You are the kind of old Lipstick was talking about.

2. BrewFan - October 30, 2006

Right on, Michael, right on! You’ve got extraordinary taste in music for an Arminian.

Bite me, amish!

3. Rightwingsparkle - October 30, 2006

Hey! Guess what? I got to see Pres. Bush today in Sugar land! I was real close too! I got a bunch of good pics. But you know what was so awesome?? Watching the helicopters coming and going and seeing the swat team in black sweep the roof and talking to the marines who fly the copters.

He was campaigning for the candidate who is running for Delay’s seat. She is sorta the clone version of Kay Bailey Hutchison (who was there too)

All I can say is Texan Republicans are one happy bunch. I have never been around a more excited group of people.

4. Michael - October 30, 2006

For the record, Brew, Lutherans have some points of agreement with Arminius, but Lutherans renounce the Arminian notion that we participate in our salvation by an act of free will. We call this heresy synergism; historically it’s known as Pelagianism. The existential version is represented by Kierkegaard’s famous “leap of faith.” All such notions compromise of the scriptural teaching that we are utterly unworthy recipients of God’s grace, and cannot by our own reason or strength come to know Him.

5. Lipstick - October 30, 2006

Now, now, I love James Taylor’s voice.

Saw him in Los Angeles years ago and he was so charming. It was a great show.

That was nice to listen to, thanks Michael.

6. BrewFan - October 30, 2006

BTW, did you see the NCAA/BCS commercial that featured Wolverines falling off of the ‘ladder to the National Championship’? lol!

7. Michael - October 30, 2006

You’re welcome, Lipstick, and thank you for the kind words. It’s nice to hear from someone who actually has a little taste and whose musical interests can rise above Love Shack.

8. Michael - October 30, 2006

No, Brew, I missed that. Probably weren’t any Badgers in that commercial at all, hmmmm?

9. Dave in Texas - October 30, 2006

I seen fire, and I seen rain.

I was such a gaywad I had them the same.

I never trimmed my nails again.

Cause I always thought that I’d trim them agaaain.

10. Retired Geezer - October 30, 2006

Fire and Rain. Learned that note-for-note from a JT songbook. Showed all the Hammer-on’s and Pull-offs.

That’s one of 3 songs I can actually play on the guitar.

Another one is GLORIA.
Em A D (repeat)

I ain’t talking bout the wussy Shadows of Knight East Coast Version neither.
Van Morrisson and THEM, baby!

11. Retired Geezer - October 30, 2006

Or was it E D Am?

12. Tom M - October 30, 2006

Melanie did a great job with this song on her “Candles in the Rain” album.

13. Tom M - October 30, 2006

What killed me was at this time, I’m watching and listening to Cat Stevens, Jim Croce, James Taylor, Chapin, etc., and I missed Townes van Zandt, early Guy Clark, Joe Ely, etc.

Not to down all those famous guys, but Townes Van Zandt? I can’t believe I hadn’t heard of him until my Thirties.

14. Retired Geezer - October 30, 2006

Melanie was very underrated as a songwriter.
I like her song “Lay Down”.

15. Tom M - October 30, 2006

Yeah, RG. Her vocal work on the song that finishes the album, “Leftover Wine” was impressive. Her take on “Ruby Tueday” was well-done.

But behind the scenes, at the same time, Graham Parsons is grooming the best singer, with the most beautiful voice ever, to become a legend.

16. Wickedpinto - October 31, 2006

I can hear the song anytime, one of the things I noticed, and It’s kinda gay that I noticed it, is. . . .

Look at the black guy in red tights standing over james’ right shoulder.

They guy has thighs so big, it almost looks like he has nuts the size of bowling balls tucked into each thigh of his tights, yet he’s singing a tenor or soprano, when he looks like he should be singing bass or baritone.

17. Wickedpinto - October 31, 2006

OH MY GOD!!! I JUST NOTICED SOMETHING ELSE!!!

James looks like the “chicken-Fer” from South Park!!

18. Feisty - October 31, 2006

Hippies? I think my great-grandma spun a yarn about those once.

19. Wickedpinto - October 31, 2006

I was born with that knowledge feisty,

My father, after divorcing my mother the first time, lived in a communal environment (three adjacent houses, filled with a bunch of floppers who attended university with my father and one of his best friends, and working shitty jobs, so that the “mortgage” was communal, though all were under just Huschang (a kurdish iranian, who was named “amir amir baghurpor” (spelling sucks) but the insinuation of his name, and based on his own biography, and early prosperity, he was a “prince” or “leader,” or his father was, which fits, cuz his father was killed by people who served the government just before the establishment of the Shah.

Random thought.

20. Feisty - October 31, 2006

…after divorcing my mother the first time.

Sad.

21. Wickedpinto - October 31, 2006

Not really Feisty,

My old man isn’t a bad person, he’s just selfish, and I knew it, so I knew how to watch out for my mother, while simultaneously loving the time I spent with my father.

Shit happens, and my father is still a part of my, and my brothers and my mothers life. We just hope his new wife who he married simply cuz he is a little dicked fuck who is affraid of dating a woman of value, dies.

I don’t know if anyones read my “evile expression of indifference” comment on Ace’s or was it That Gay Conservative? I forget, where I described Cindy Sheehan in reference to my fathers new wife. “If she is dying of hypothermia? I might, MIGHT be willing to set her on fire”

That isn’t child jealousy, that is verifiable hatred of a truly stupid and evil bitch, who is only a part of my life cuz my father is too lazy to drive to minneapolis.

22. Dave in Texas - October 31, 2006

e d am

23. Wickedpinto - October 31, 2006

“My Fathers Wife is a ROTTEN BITCH”

Let me explain. My father was dating the woman that is now his wife. EVERYONE hated her, and I’m gonna explain what I mean by “everyone.”

One of my best friends came out while I was in the Marine Corps, he liked fucking men, or he thought he did, he went through a lot of test runs I guess with a freaky chick (who is an AMAZING PERSON! as long as you are wearing underwear, and if you think I got stories, That woman can write novels about how full of shit I am, though everything I say is true. She’s AWESOME!) anyways, this newly realized “bisexual” though he’s actually gay, since he hasn’t been with a woman for more than 6 years I believe. He’s a MAJOR fetisher, not just BDSM, but also petplay/furry/fuzzy/plushy.

This guy, who is the ICON of what requires a great deal of tolerance to accept, met the woman who is now my fathers wife for about 10 minutes, and then we went to a bar. As we walked out of my fathers house, and talked to the woman who is now my fathers wife, this guy who has CLEARLY DEFINABLE REASONS to be tolerant of damn near everyone on the planet, as long as they don’t her him said this to me, as soon as the door closed on my fathers house.

“She’s a Fucking Bitch (wickedpinto), Really, my mom’s a bitch, but she’s a good person, that bitch, is an F’ing bitch, Don’t EVER make me enter that house again, She’s F’ing Evil, I hate that Evil F’ing bitch”

It isn’t “I don’t want my dad with another woman” cuz actually he dated a VERY nice, and VERY respectible woman for some time, but she wasn’t stupid enough, so now he’s got stupid, but he doesn’t have talented, or bright, or respectable, he just has stupid.

There are 3 things that have happened that make me hate my father in small ways, but I can forgive him, as long as he acts like a father, but there is nothing that can forgive a woman who is deemed evil by a guy who’s lifestyle itself requires tolerance, and he couldn’t tolerate 5-10 minutes with my fathers new wife.

I still think it’s hillarious. “She’s F’ing Evil (wickedpinto)”

looking back cracks me up, and he didn’t even get to know her.

24. John - October 31, 2006

Michael, I thought that Lutheran’s believed that Grace was obtainable by free will alone, that it was the choice of the sinner to renounce and atone. Or am I confusing Lutherans with other?

25. Wickedpinto - October 31, 2006

John, you are discussing religion, every inconsistency is rationalized by “revelation” or “inspiration.”

Thats why I’m an atheist. (not as in “There is nothing more than this.” I think there is something more, but I don’t think I’m a part of it, or if I am a part of it? I’m not a PARTNER to it.)

26. kevlarchick - October 31, 2006

WP, observe the mystery in life. Not every mystery is meant to be solved. Unexplained things in life sometimes remain hidden, and that’s cool with me. Keeps me humble.

Sometimes you just have to ponder.

27. Dave in Texas - October 31, 2006

A mystery is something that is true, but that which we do not understand.

Like women and their peculiar affinity for chocolate.

28. kevlarchick - October 31, 2006

Dude! Women loving chocolate is NO mystery. It’s science.

29. Dave in Texas - October 31, 2006

it’s so, emotional though.

30. kevlarchick - October 31, 2006

What?!!! Are you saying I’m being EMOTIONAL?!!!

*rolling up newspaper*

31. Rightwingsparkle - October 31, 2006

Hmmm…. I got WP’s age completely wrong. What are you? In your 20′s?

As I read through your parents divorce and other experiences of yours, I am not surprised that you are an atheist. Satan has been whipping through your life like a never ending wind.

When I had friends who were considering divorce I would ask them if they would ever put a hot iron to their children’s skin. “Of course not! don’t be absurd!” But, I would point out, by divorcing their father you are scarring them emotionally and just as permanently as if you were.

The scars our parents give us…. Sad.

A preacher once said to me the greatest gift you can give your children is to love thier father (or mother as the case may be)

It’s as true as it is difficult at times.

32. Dave in Texas - October 31, 2006

*offers you a hunk of Ghirardelli dark with little mint chips*

33. compos mentis - October 31, 2006

What a beautiful song. Thanks Michael. Great songs are timeless.

KC, I agree. I could sip a drink and converse for hours about life’s mysteries, God, time, relativity, nature, how there are more than the five dimensions we can perceive. But in the end, there still will not be any clear cut answers. What I do know for certain is how good I feel when I open my eyes, heart, and mind to life’s mysteries. Seek and you shall find.

Of course, I have been extremely blessed not to have had a lot of ugliness in my life. Or at least I’ve been able to get past certain things. For some who get shoved into darkness for a long time, it can become a place of solace. Easier to feel it’s their place there.

Geezer, good on ya for learning this song. I picked up the tabs for Skynyrds’sSimple Man and am looking forward to learning it soon.

34. Michael - October 31, 2006

Or am I confusing Lutherans with other?

Yes, you are. We’re constantly referring to “free grace,” but it’s not us trying to put free will  into the picture. We say that it is God’s will, or election, that saves us. On the other hand, it’s our will if we reject God due to our sinful nature. We call this “single predistination” as distinct from the “double predestination” of Calvinism. It’s impossible to make sense of this; we basically just say that it’s a paradox but one that is taught by scripture.

35. Martin Luther - October 31, 2006

Mazzolini totally screwed up translating my notes. The man’s Latin was dogshit.

36. Wickedpinto - October 31, 2006

Sparkle, I’m 31.

I just have a habbit of holding on to every memory as though it is the only handhold that can save my life on a rock.

I immerse myself in the crude, for the purposes of humor and shock, but I’m really not at all a bad guy. Pretty loopy, but not bad.

37. kevlarchick - October 31, 2006

Mint? MINT?!!! I hate mint on Tuesdays!

*looks to compos for that drink*

38. Dave in Texas - October 31, 2006

emotional? did I say emotional? nooooo

*cocks head with confused look like dog listening to high pitched sound*

39. Wickedpinto - October 31, 2006

I still think that black guy isn’t tucking rod, like most guys who wear tights (not that there is anything wrong with that) It looks like he’s tucking balls, BIG balls, maybe he can keep a high voice, cuz is balls are dragging his scrote to his ankles.

40. Rightwingsparkle - October 31, 2006

WP,

I never said you were bad! I don’t believe you are. Satan whips through all our lives.

41. Wickedpinto - October 31, 2006

Sparkle?

I might be eeehhhhh kinda offensive, but I dont’ usually take it over the line (the line is defined by the environment, I try very hard to not be too loopy here) But as for Satan, and evil, and offense, and conflict, that has ran through my life?

In my life, it’s NOTHING compared to millions more, just in this country. (Beatles “In My Life” one of my favorite songs) Were there moments when things were tough? yeah, but if they were better, you think I wouldn’t be an atheist (as I describe atheism?) is wrong. I still wouldn’t believe in a knowling and loving god who takes part in my life. There is SOMETHING, but I don’t know if it has a mind, it might, but even if that SOMETHING has a mind, it doesn’t care one lick about you or I or feisty or mike or laura or dave, we are on our own, and it is important for us to reach out to eachother, and make eachother happy in some small way.

I do it with crazy over the top humor. My sabbath is when one of you laughs.

See what I mean Sparkle? I’m not saying you are wrong, or denegrating what you believe, I’m just saying what I believe.

42. BrewFan - October 31, 2006

Michael, ‘Calvinists’ call this ‘Irresistable Grace’ or ‘Effectual Calling’ as its written in the Westminster Confession of Faith:

I. All those whom God hath predestinated unto life, and those only, He is pleased, in His appointed time, effectually to call,[1] by His Word and Spirit,[2] out of that state of sin and death, in which they are by nature to grace and salvation, by Jesus Christ;[3] enlightening their minds spiritually and savingly to understand the things of God,[4] taking away their heart of stone, and giving unto them an heart of flesh;[5] renewing their wills, and, by His almighty power, determining them to that which is good,[6] and effectually drawing them to Jesus Christ:[7] yet so, as they come most freely, being made willing by His grace.[8]

[1] ROM 8:30 Moreover whom he did predestinate, them he also called: and whom he called, them he also justified: and whom he justified, them he also glorified. 11:7 What then? Israel hath not obtained that which he seeketh for; but the election hath obtained it, and the rest were blinded. EPH 1:10 That in the dispensation of the fulness of times he might gather together in one all things in Christ, both which are in heaven, and which are on earth; even in him: 11 In whom also we have obtained an inheritance, being predestinated according to the purpose of him who worketh all things after the counsel of his own will.

[2] 2TH 2:13 But we are bound to give thanks alway to God for you, brethren beloved of the Lord, because God hath from the beginning chosen you to salvation through sanctification of the Spirit and belief of the truth: 14 Whereunto he called you by our gospel, to the obtaining of the glory of our Lord Jesus Christ. 2CO 3:3 Forasmuch as ye are manifestly declared to be the epistle of Christ ministered by us, written not with ink, but with the Spirit of the living God; not in tables of stone, but in fleshy tables of the heart. 6 Who also hath made us able ministers of the new testament; not of the letter, but of the spirit: for the letter killeth, but the spirit giveth life.

[3] ROM 8:2 For the law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus hath made me free from the law of sin and death. EPH 2:1 And you hath he quickened, who were dead in trespasses and sins; 2 Wherein in time past ye walked according to the course of this world, according to the prince of the power of the air, the spirit that now worketh in the children of disobedience: 3 Among whom also we all had our conversation in times past in the lusts of our flesh, fulfilling the desires of the flesh and of the mind; and were by nature the children of wrath, even as others. 4 But God, who is rich in mercy, for his great love wherewith he loved us, 5 Even when we were dead in sins, hath quickened us together with Christ, (by grace ye are saved). 2TI 1:9 Who hath saved us, and called us with an holy calling, not according to our works, but according to his own purpose and grace, which was given us in Christ Jesus before the world began, 10 But is now made manifest by the appearing of our Saviour Jesus Christ, who hath abolished death, and hath brought life and immortality to light through the gospel.

[4] ACT 26:18 To open their eyes, and to turn them from darkness to light, and from the power of Satan unto God, that they may receive forgiveness of sins, and inheritance among them which are sanctified by faith that is in me. 1CO 2:10 But God hath revealed them unto us by his Spirit: for the Spirit searcheth all things, yea, the deep things of God. 12 Now we have received, not the spirit of the world, but the spirit which is of God; that we might know the things that are freely given to us of God. EPH 1:17 That the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of glory, may give unto you the spirit of wisdom and revelation in the knowledge of him: 18 The eyes of your understanding being enlightened; that ye may know what is the hope of his calling, and what the riches of the glory of his inheritance in the saints.

[5] EZE 36:26 A new heart also will I give you, and a new spirit will I put within you: and I will take away the stony heart out of your flesh, and I will give you an heart of flesh.

[6] EZE 11:19 And I will give them one heart, and I will put a new spirit within you; and I will take the stony heart out of their flesh, and will give them an heart of flesh. PHI 2:13 For it is God which worketh in you both to will and to do of his good pleasure. DEU 30:6 And the Lord thy God will circumcise thine heart, and the heart of thy seed, to love the Lord thy God with all thine heart, and with all thy soul, that thou mayest live. EZE 36:27 And I will put my spirit within you, and cause you to walk in my statutes, and ye shall keep my judgments, and do them.

[7] EPH 1:19 And what is the exceeding greatness of his power to usward who believe, according to the working of his mighty power. JOH 6:44 No man can come to me, except the Father which hath sent me draw him: and I will raise him up at the last day. 45 It is written in the prophets, And they shall be all taught of God. Every man therefore that hath heard, and hath learned of the Father, cometh unto me.

[8] SON 1:4 Draw me, we will run after thee. PSA 110:3 Thy people shall be willing in the day of thy power, in the beauties of holiness from the womb of the morning: thou hast the dew of thy youth. JOH 6:37 All that the Father giveth me shall come to me; and him that cometh to me I will in no wise cast out. ROM 6:16 Know ye not, that to whom ye yield yourselves servants to obey, his servants ye are to whom ye obey; whether of sin unto death, or of obedience unto righteousness? 17 But God be thanked, that ye were the servants of sin, but ye have obeyed from the heart that form of doctrine which was delivered you. 18 Being then made free from sin, ye became the servants of righteousness.

43. Michael - October 31, 2006

I don’t think Lutherans disagree with anything you’ve quoted from the WCOF (or the Bible!).  We just dispute the (rational) negative inference that the election and calling are not resistable, or cannot be lost, because scripure warns against that possibility. We teach that one’s faith must be guarded by putting on the full armor of Christ through the Word and Sacraments, which are the means used by the Holy Spirit for both saving grace and sanctification.

44. BrewFan - October 31, 2006

This is a great resource for reference in case you’re wondering where I’m getting the proofs.

P.S. Read Chapter 18!

P.P.S. Actually, read it all and in the meantime I’ll try and locate a nice reformed church in your area for when you convert :)

45. Michael - October 31, 2006

Formula of Concord, Article XI, Sections 2 and 4:

God’s foreknowledge extends alike over good people and evil people. But it is not a cause of evil or of sin which compels anyone to do something wrong: the original source of this is the devil and man’s wicked and perverse will. Neither is it the cause of man’s perdition; for this, man himself is responsible. God’s foreknowledge merely controls the evil and imposes a limit on its duration so that in spite of its intrinsic wickedness it must minister to the salvation of his elect…

Predestination or the eternal election of God. however, is concerned only with the pious children of God in whom He is well pleased. It is a cause of their salvation, for He alone brings it about and ordains everything that belongs to it.

46. Michael - October 31, 2006

Brew, there is a fantastic and exhaustive discussion of the issue of free will here:

The Sovereignty of Grace

The author gives a comprehensive historical overview of the issue, and emphasizes the “leaven of synergism” as the ongoing moderator between extreme Lutheran and Calvinist views. The bottom line, in my view, is that the problem cannot be solved, because the scripural proof texts for both sides are formidable and the logical contradictions are insurmountable. You gotta figure that God just intended to leave us wondering about this.

47. BrewFan - October 31, 2006

So the second section is saying that piety is the cause of our salvation? I don’t think so. That’s justification by works. Ephesians 2:8 refutes that notion.

48. Feisty - October 31, 2006

WP–Who lives in Minneapolis besides me?

49. Michael - October 31, 2006

No. It clearly states that “He alone is the one who brings it [piety] about . . .” In other words, sanctification is the work of the Holy Spirit among the elect. The second section is just affirming election.

The entire Reformation was a reaction to the notion that piety could earn God’s favor, or get someone into the queue to be elected. Keep in mind that for centuries people (including Luther) had been attempting pious lifestyles in an effort to be chosen by God, especially the monastics. Luther himself, like many monks in his day, was a flagellant in an attempt to exorcise his demons and appeal to God. He finally came to believe that such efforts were vain.

Lutherans have no dispute with Calvinists regarding election in the positive sense. The logical problem is the non-elect. For Lutherans, that’s where free will operates. You can reject God, even after you have initially received grace. God does not will anyone to be damned. Humans are totally responsible for their own damnation, but totally irresponsible for their own salvation. The “old Adam” is our fault, and you can’t blame God for letting it happen and choosing who succumbs to it. But you simultaneously can’t take any credit for the cure in the person of Christ and the workings of the Holy Spirit.

Again, Brew, you can’t really solve the free will issue whether you are a Lutheran or a Calvinist. There is no neat logical construct for either position that cleanly ties up the Biblical teachings. Personally, I’m not really as dogmatic about the issue as I sometimes pretend to be. My real opinion is that this is something we’ll figure out in heaven. Check out the link I gave you.

50. Wickedpinto - October 31, 2006

WP–Who lives in Minneapolis besides me?

You think a visit to the feisty whore wouldn’t make everyone a little more calm?

51. Wickedpinto - October 31, 2006

I was playing to the name btw love.

52. Michael - October 31, 2006

WP–Who lives in Minneapolis besides me?

Feisty, according to Wikipedia, about 3 million people. I would think that you would have noticed a few of them whilst walking the streets in your 4-inch heels.

/snark

What’s the situation with your car, by the way?

53. Feisty - October 31, 2006

i don’t get it. I’d prefer wacky people take a sedative before seeing me;I don’t want to get my ass whooped. No crackheads nor angry drunks, please.

54. Michael - October 31, 2006

This may be the oddest IB thread ever.

55. Feisty - October 31, 2006

WickedPinto:That isn’t child jealousy, that is verifiable hatred of a truly stupid and evil bitch, who is only a part of my life cuz my father is too lazy to drive to minneapolis.

Oh, I get it now. As if I’m the only hooker in the damn world or somethin.

My car was found for the 2nd time two days after it was stolen, and the fuckers mangled my factory stereo, cigarette lighter, and ignition. I haven’t had time to fix it though. I had to pay another tow fee. I dont’ think they’re prosecuting anyone for either of the thefts. I’m just driving my mangled-stereo car around, basically.

56. BrewFan - October 31, 2006

you can’t really solve the free will issue whether you are a Lutheran or a Calvinist.

Michael, There is no such thing as free will when you’re talking justification. The only humans who ever had free will in the sense you mean it was Adam and Eve. Because their post-fall nature is imputed to us we can never freely choose God because we are spiritually dead and only God can change that condition. And because God is sovereign He gets to choose who He wants. The question then becomes when the moment arrives that God chooses to breathe spiritual life into us can we resist it? I say no. And once you’re spiritually alive can you die spiritually again? Nope. You’ve been sealed by the Holy Spirit. See? No ‘Double Predestination’, whatever that’s supposed to be. I think the author of your article agrees with me :)

57. BrewFan - October 31, 2006

So, here’s an interesting thought that’s been rolling around my head for a few years; can the ‘non-elect’ ever be saved? I’m of the mind that this is possible based on the Great Commission and God’s promises on how He intends to answer our prayers. Don’t get me wrong. God still has to initiate the change so there’s no works involved but I think its an interesting thought. I’m not a theologian by any stretch of the imagination but this has given me some motivation to read and meditate on the scriptures more then I normally would.

58. Michael - October 31, 2006

The trouble with the absolutist “no free will” position regarding accepting or rejecting God is the necessary logical conclusion that God wills that some be damned.  Apparently they just weren’t chosen and have nothing to do with it, because God didn’t want them. But then you bump into more scripture:

(1 Tim 2:3 NIV) This is good, and pleases God our Savior, who wants all men to be saved and to come to a knowledge of the truth. For there is one God and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus, who gave himself as a ransom for all men–the testimony given in its proper time.

(1 Pet 3:18 NASB) For Christ also died for sins once for all, the just for the unjust, in order that He might bring us to God, having been put to death in the flesh, but made alive in the spirit.

I’m tellin’ ya, there ain’t an easy way through this issue for anybody.   If God wills that all are saved, but many aren’t, then some humans must be successfully defying His will.

59. Feisty - October 31, 2006

…there ain’t an easy way through this issue for anybody.

But of course there is, my dear Michael. Be an athiest.

60. Michael - October 31, 2006

It’s atheist.

God has chosen me to be a spelling Nazi.

61. Feisty - October 31, 2006

Nerdy fun fact: F.R.Whore was the 1st place spelling bee champion in 7th and 8th grade, placing 6th overall in Hennepin County (the largest county in the Twin Cities). I can spell like a muddafuck. I type fast, and I proofread rarely.

62. Martin Luther - October 31, 2006

This is a tough room.

63. sandy burger - October 31, 2006

Free will, like the beginning of time, may be one of those things that human brains are simply incapable of understanding, no matter how hard we try.

64. Dave in Texas - October 31, 2006

Freebird!

65. The Oracle - October 31, 2006

And don’t worry about the vase.

66. Neo - October 31, 2006

What vase?

67. The Oracle - October 31, 2006

That vase…what’s really going to bake your noodle later on is, would you still have broken it if I hadn’t said anything?

68. Wickedpinto - November 1, 2006

Oh, I get it now. As if I’m the only hooker in the damn world or somethin.

I don’t think you are the only one, but I think I could lay a fair wager that you are one of the best.


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