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  1. Thread: Wicca

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    So let me see if I get it, using a green candle (not sure how to get man-made paper). Draw the circle around the penny on the side of the candle and write the 4 in it, then let it burn? Don't you...
  2. Thread: Wicca

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    So it's a matter of visualization and thinking positively? I can try that :)
  3. Thread: Wicca

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    Man, the school screwed me over again :( The union negotiated a better rate for us, including the past summer and this academic year, and we thought that today we were getting our retroactive. No...
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    Re: What is your favourite 'current' outfit?

    Cardis are always in for me :p I think the reason I like them so much is because they are so versatile: you can wear them as sweaters or as jackets, dress them down with a tanktop, dress them up with...
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    Re: What is your favourite 'current' outfit?

    Cardigans!!! They are baaaaaack, so soft, and in those awesome deep colors ... I'm off to Cotton Ginny tonight to get a couple :-4
  6. Thread: Wicca

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    Hmm, I wonder if anyone paid attention to those cabbage slayings :wah: Absolutely gruesome :yh_devil

    As for bad Christians, there are many, and their intolerance and bigotry betrays everything...
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    Um, Aura, Christianity didn't come to England in 1066. There were Celtic Christians starting in the 4th century, and Pope Gregory sent St. Augustine at the end of the 6th c. After the Synod of...
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    Re: The Mysteries Of Orpheus

    Very interesting. But the timing smacks of luring EU tourists, with the enlargement now quite official.
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    Re: New girl, playing with my heart?

    Okay, before we keep bashing this girl as "confused," let's look at the facts:

    - 5 months ago she came out of a 2-year relationship
    - she might have still feelings for that guy, but she made it...
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    Re: Muslims Aren't the Only Ones ....

    They're Dutch, Zinky :wah: Maybe it's catching on?:p
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    Re: Pope steps in dodo

    You're beating about the bush, Spot. A theocracy does not need to be proclaimed officially in order to exist. Of course, I don't believe England is a true theocracy, but I do find it unsettling...
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    Re: Pope steps in dodo

    But what else is a state where the head of the state is also the head of the church?
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    Re: Pope steps in dodo

    Yah, but England isn't one of those countries centered around civil rights. As long as the Queen is also the Head of the Church of England, England is theoretically a theocracy (although it may not...
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    Re: Muslims Aren't the Only Ones ....

    I'm an advocate of freedom in art, so I don't agree with art being censored. But, at the same time, protesting something you don't agree with or suing is an expression of freedom of speech, just as...
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    Re: Muslims Aren't the Only Ones ....

    As hard as I looked, I couldn't see any mentions of anything or anyone being burned or bombed, of any decapitations, executions, violent rallies, threats, etc. I just read about law-suits and...
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    Re: Pope steps in dodo

    There is nothing wrong with followers of a religion believing that their faith is the only true one. Otherwise, there seems to be no point in choosing a particular religion - anything else would do....
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    Re: What does your loo say about you?

    Yah, that works if you're awake enough to turn on the lights and check the status of the seat. If you crawl in there in the middle of the night on automatic pilot, eyes sticky and bladder bursting,...
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    Re: What does your loo say about you?

    I think my bathroom is happy with the new frilly burgundy shower curtains (I LOVE them, they have a satiny look to them!!!). But it keeps telling me to TRAIN THE REPEAT OFFENDERS WHO LEAVE THE SEAT...
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    Re: ladies, would this work for you?

    Do you even know the guy? I mean, have you talked to him before, or is it a random message?:confused:
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    Re: What have your neighbors done?

    I wish there was something like that for Canada. But in the meantime, I checked out my old college town in upstate NY. Holy crap!!! For a town about 17,000 people big, there are 3 child-offenders,...
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