Friday, January 28, 2005 

Is there a More Insignificant Representative?

If ever there was a poster boy for a desperate and dying political party... There's good ole boy, Ted Kennedy. His pathetic, historical contextless rhetoric is evidence of the Democrat's absolute loss of reality and desperate attempt to grasp at every last ignorant Michael Moore disciple available at a time when we're on a crossroads of humanity and history-making in the Middle East.

Here's some snippets from this whiskey enbalmed imbecile;
"The US military presence has become part of the problem, not part of the solution," Kennedy said in a speech at Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies.
Does anyone else see the irony of his speaking to the 'School of Advanced International Studies'? *laugh* This is rich!
"We thought that victory on the battlefield would lead to victory in the war, and peace and democracy for the people of Vietnam," Kennedy said. "We did not understand that our very presence was creating new enemies and defeating the very goals we set out to achieve. We cannot allow that history to repeat itself."
Exactly what 'history' is he speaking of anyway? Could it be the liberal policy of leaving the South Vietnamese to be slaughtered by the millions after our abrupt pullout of Vietnam in the late seventies, leaving them vulnerable and defenseless?
Kennedy praised the troops' performance in the combat theater, attributing what he called the current quagmire to the administration's "catastrophic failure" to adequately prepare for battle or convince Iraqis that the US presence in Iraq would not be permanent. "Error is no excuse for perpetuation," he said.
I wonder if this intellectual genius has the guts to stand in front of our troops and make his case rather than venting his frustrations of his party's insignificancies in front of a bunch of tired beaurocrats.

Praising the troops while calling their mission a 'catastrophic failure' is further evidence of his idiotic duplicity. No where in his rant is there a case made with factual evidence for exactly how this is an administrative failure. The fact is we've done in Iraq what dictators all around the world feared most... Giving power to the citizens of Iraq.

Representatives like Ted Kennedy is why the Democrat party will not win any future elections unless there is a major change in their party's leadership, including him.

The American public is not nearly as ignorant as he thinks it is...

Thursday, January 27, 2005 

Meal fit for a King

I must be the luckiest husband this side of the Vegas strip...

I just had the most delicious dinner I may have ever had. In the spirit of Wild Bill's recipe disclosures, I feel the need to boast of the amazing meal being tastefully digested as I type... *belch*

The one thing my wife trusts me to do is to grill. So I had the pleasure of grilling two georgeous halibut fillets as she prepared a mango salsa consisting of mango, tomatoes, jalapenos, red wine vinegar, parsley, and fresh red onion (among other secret ingredients) which was liberally poured over the top of the smoking halibut.

The sides consisted of delicious black beans in country house sauce and asparagus sauteed in olive oil, garlic, and melted parmesean cheese...


I hope she has a spatula in that awesome kitchen big enough to scoop me off of this office chair!

Thank you baby... I am the luckiest husband in the world... I know I hit the best jackpot Vegas has to offer!

What's for desert? Heheh... that's not rated for this website y'all

Wednesday, January 26, 2005 

The New Face of France

By Tom Heneghan, Religion Editor
PARIS (Reuters) - "Filthy Jew!" schoolchildren howl at a classmate. "Jews only want money and power," they tell their teachers. "Death to the Jews" graffiti appear on school walls outside Paris and other French cities.

These are not scenes from the wartime Nazi occupation or a fictional France where the far-right has taken control. Outright anti-Semitism like this is a fact of life these days in the poor suburbs where much of France's Muslim minority lives.

After a slow response when this "new anti-Semitism" flared four years ago, France has made fighting prejudice against Jews into a national priority. Holocaust education in state schools now starts with pupils as young as nine years old.

But even the best plans for teaching about the Nazi massacre of Jews can fall short when confronted with an Islamic identity spreading among a minority of France's five million Muslims.

"It works with those who are ready to listen," said Iannis Roder, a history teacher in the tough northern suburbs of Paris. "But it doesn't work with those who won't listen. They have their minds made up."
Proof that liberalism is a mental disorder...

Saturday, January 22, 2005 

G Love Rocks the House of Blues

My wife and I managed to get a night out together and hit up the House of Blues at Mandalay Bay where one of my favorite bands of all time was rockin... G Love and Special Sauce.

The House of Blues was an awesome and intimate place to see a band rock! The food at their restaurant was kick-butt too, we were way impressed.

I know this sounds like a commerical for the place but just thought I'd get away from the heavy political posts for once and get personal with all two of you who actually check in on my blog now and then... and any one familiar with G Love's music can appreciate what I'm talking about.

I do have to say, I had the Sexiest date in the place too... *grin*

Tuesday, January 18, 2005 

The Bloggers are coming!

One think I love about blogging is the opportunity to be just a little spark in a vast neural network of instantaneous information gathering and sharing. Even if I pop off a wayward jolt or two.

The unreal growth and involvement of bloggers on the New Media is undeniable, both good and bad naturally but there can be no doubt about it's recent influences, especially on holding the mainstream media accountable for it's actions. No doubt Dan Rather, Mary Mapes, et all are finding this out the hard way.

One of my favorite new interactive news sites is Take Back The News which is where I found an opinion piece written by William Safire that is outstanding.

William Safire, one of my favorite writers wrote on this topic of the blogging revolution and how it will mold a better and more reliable future mainstream media.

I felt compelled to share it... connect another bridge in the vast neural network of information sharing so to speak.

Here's some excerpts to whet the dendrites...

The Depressed Press

Washington - America's quality media are now wading through the Slough of Despond. Our self-flagellation, handwringing and narcissism threaten our mission to act as counterweight to government power.

Hear the wailing: The bloggers are coming! The Bible-thumpers are cursing our secular inhumanism! The plumber judges are plugging our leaks! The Yahoo president ducks our questions and giggles at our gaffes! News is slyly slanted as bias rears its head!

Cheer up. Despite the recent lapses at CBS and previous mishaps at The Times and USA Today, here's why mainstream journalism has a future.

1. On the challenge from bloggers: The "platform" - print, TV, Internet, telepathy, whatever - will change, but the public hunger for reliable information will grow. Blogs will compete with op-ed columns for "views you can use," and the best will morph out of the pajama game to deliver serious analysis and fresh information, someday prospering with ads and subscriptions. The prospect of profit will bring bloggers in from the meanstream to the mainstream center of comment and local news coverage.

On national or global events, however, the news consumer needs trained reporters on the scene to transmit facts and trustworthy editors to judge significance. In crises, large media gathering-places are needed to respond to a need for national community.

5. On widespread suspicion of political bias in news coverage: Here's the good news: Bad news is newsier than good news. Even when media try to be "fair and impartial," they can be expected to annoy rather than please the party in power. That's because clean government needs a snooping adversary, not a cheerleader; the Outs need help from the press to hold the Ins accountable.

Today that media bias is undeniably liberal. That's natural when conservatives are the Ins; five years ago, the bias often ran the other way. As future elections near, that tilt must disappear from news pages to let the voters do the tilting. Some mainstreamers flopped on necessary election evenhandedness in 2004 and should be grimly thankful for a corrective kick in the teeth from other media, bloggers and righteous right-wingers.

Get out of that Slough, counsels Worldly-Wiseman: Pulitzer-quality journalism lies just ahead.

It's wonderful to be just a small neuron tossing out sparks in the great collective brain of information gathering, a part of a great evolving whole that will quicken the societal evolution of truth seeking and ultimately, truth finding... breaking down the walls of secret combinations and conspiracies creating more accessible government not to mention more accountable representatives.

Wouldn't that be nice?

Monday, January 17, 2005 

"Roe" seeks to overturn Roe v Wade

From WorldNetDaily
(Click on Norma's picture to go to her website)

The woman known as "Roe" in the landmark case that struck down all state laws restricting abortion has filed an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn its 1973 decision.

As WorldNetDaily reported, Norma McCorvey began a quest in 2003 to reopen the case, based on changes in law and new scientific research that make the prior decision "no longer just."

How come the media hasn't jumped on this story? One of the most critical and influential memebers of the "Pro-Choice" movement thirty years ago has seen the errors of her ways and seeks to have this injustice undone but all of a sudden cannot be heard.

In September, the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals dismissed the case, saying the issue was moot because it did not present a "live case or controversy."

DOES NOT PRESENT A CONTROVERSY??? Are they kidding? At least Judge Edith Jones used her head instead of making the politically correct decision.

However, one of the three judges on the panel criticized the Supreme Court that handed down the original ruling, saying it was an "exercise of raw judicial power."

In her concurring opinion, Judge Edith Jones lamented the case was moot, which prevented McCorvey's evidence from being heard: "If courts were to delve into the facts underlying Roe's balancing scheme with present-day knowledge, they might conclude that the woman's 'choice' is far more risky and less beneficial, and the child's sentience far more advanced, than the Roe Court knew."

Jones wrote, "The perverse result of the Court's having determined through constitutional adjudication this fundamental social policy, which affects over a million women and unborn babies each year, is that the facts no longer matter. This is a peculiar outcome for a Court so committed to 'life' that it struggles with the particular facts of dozens of death penalty cases each year."

READ HERE how Norma McCorvey describes being used while in an extremely vulnerable position by feminist activist lawyers so they could push their agenda of legalizing abortion.

Saturday, January 15, 2005 

Sorry Mr. Terrorist

This is an example of exactly who I DID NOT vote for.
The disease of Political Correctness has fully infiltrated the Bush Doctrine rendering it more and more impotent.

WASHINGTON -- President Bush expressed misgivings Thursday for two of his most famous expressions: "Bring 'em on," in reference to Iraqis attacking U.S. troops, and his vow to get Osama bin Laden "dead or alive."

During a round-table interview with reporters from 14 newspapers, Bush acknowledged that his tough language "had an unintended consequence.

Just when you thought Clinton was finally out of the White House! It must some kind of Clintonian mind control at work, a result of having him around the White House more often, especially when you read this...

"I don't know if you'd call it a regret, but it certainly is a lesson that a president must be mindful of, that the words that you sometimes say. ... I speak plainly sometimes, but you've got to be mindful of the consequences of the words. So put that down. I don't know if you'd call that a confession, a regret, something."

HUH? What happened to our Maverick president?
The one who wasn't afraid to point into the camera and say LETS ROLL.
The one that we voted for?
Kerry lost the election because of this kind of meely-mouthed, ass-kissing, crap!
This is making me sick to my stomach.

Have the communist infiltrators in our mainstream media have this much control over our leaders? Or is there something else at work?

Is there some kind of Damoclean Sword now hanging over GWB's head now that we're unaware of? Was he tricked? This is truly upsetting and confusing.

Please GW... I know you're probably trying to embody the Spirit of Teddy Roosevelt and 'Speak softly but carry a big stick' but you have no further elections to plan for. The public who keeps this country safe and running the way it should likes to hear you speak plainly and honestly.

Screw the whiners who will complain in every NYT editorial. They have much less influence than you think and you do more damage to our troops on the front lines by retracting statements that gave them confidence and energy to know that the job will get done.

Don't ever apologize to these punks ever again, it only adds fuel to their fire.

Friday, January 14, 2005 

This says it all

Thanks "My Vast Right Wing Conspiracy" ...via St. Monk
Couldn't have said it bettah myself!

Tuesday, January 11, 2005 

50 Million Dollars?!

The Presidential Inauguration is estimated to cost about 50 Million Dollars.

We're currently in the middle of a war on Terrorism where our soldiers are currently searching scrap heaps to outfit their vehicles with armor to defend against roadside bombs. They have a severe need to be outfitted with Kevlar vests to help keep them from being shot in the back. Not to mention the infinite number of other supplies that our troops are in currently in need of, including Ammo.

Where is the Bush administration on these matters? He has asked for the help of Bill Clinton and his father to solicit the citizens of this country to give money to the Tsunami disaster victims. Not that this is an unworthy cause but why isn't the same zeal and concern given to those who are attempting to courageously install a democratic government in the hornet's nest of terrorism? Why haven't we heard the clarion call of our leaders to call for individual sacrifice for those who are on the front lines of this War on Terrorism?

There's no doubt that this will become a World War in itself. Syria, Iran, Lebanon, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and North Korea (maybe even China?) are next on the list after Iraq is wrapped up so do not mistake this for anything less than World War III.

I don't like the perception that will be ginned up by this overly extravagant and unnecessary Inaugural Ball thrown by the rich for the rich. It doesn't do much for the public's perception of the Republican Party who already suffers from an oligarchy complex.

The people who voted for Bush for President would be honored to see him donate that money to the welfare of our brave soldiers rather than see it blown on an overpriced gala. He had no problem writing a $10,000 check for the Tsunami victims but has yet to make a public showing of monetary support for our soldiers who are lacking in supplies and yet on the new front lines of the new World War.

I'm disappointed...

Jan 14th Update
I'm not the only one thinking about this. Here's an article posted on Drudge that backs my assertions.

Sunday, January 09, 2005 

VDH Unplugged

No one puts the state of American affairs in the context of world politics quite like the best contemporary political observer in America, Victor David Hanson.

He seems to have his finger on the pulse of current conservative American politics reading the heartbeat of those who make America the greatest nation and yet never seem to get face time on the boob tube.

Here's some excerpts but I hope you go read his article in full if you have the chance.

There is a new strange mood of acceptance among Americans about the world
beyond our shores. Of course, we are not becoming naïve isolationists of 1930s
vintage, who believe that we are safe by ourselves inside fortress America — not
after September 11.

Certainly the United States is not mired in a Vietnam-era depression and
stagflation and thus ready to wallow in Carteresque malaise. Indeed, if anything
Americans remain muscular and are more defiant than ever.

Imagine a world in which there was no United States during the last 15 years. Iraq, Iran, and Libya would now have nukes. Afghanistan would remain a seventh-century Islamic terrorist haven sending out the minions of Zarqawi and Bin Laden worldwide. The lieutenants of Noriega, Milosevic, Mullah Omar, Saddam, and Moammar Khaddafi would no doubt be adjudicating human rights at the United Nations. The Ortega Brothers and Fidel Castro, not democracy, would be the exemplars of Latin America. Bosnia and Kosovo would be national graveyards like Pol Pot's Cambodia. Add in Kurdistan as well — the periodic laboratory for Saddam's latest varieties of gas. Saddam himself, of course, would have statues throughout the Gulf attesting to his control of half the world's oil reservoirs. Europeans would be in two-day mourning that their arms sales to Arab monstrocracies ensured a second holocaust. North Korea would be shooting missiles over Tokyo from its new bases around Seoul and Pusan. For their own survival, Germany, Taiwan, and Japan would all now be nuclear. Americans know all that — and yet they grasp that their own vigilance and military sacrifices have earned them spite rather than gratitude. And they are ever so slowly learning not much to care anymore.

So an entire mythology has grown up to accommodate this false world of ours — sadly never more evident than during the recent tsunami disaster, a tragedy that has juxtaposed rhetoric with reality in a way that becomes each day more surreal. The wealthy Gulf States pledge very little of their vast petrol-dollar reserves — swollen from last year's jacked-up gasoline prices — to aid the ravaged homelands of their Islamic nannies, drivers, and janitors. Indeed, Muslim charities advertise to their donors that their aid goes to fellow Muslims — as if a dying Buddhist or Christian is less deserving of the Muslim Street's aid. In defense, officials argue that the ostracism of "charities" that funded suicide killers to the tune of $150 million has hampered their humanitarian efforts at scraping up a fifth of that sum. But then blowing apart Americans or Jews is always a higher priority than saving innocent Muslim children.

All this hypocrisy has desensitized Americans, left and right, liberal and conservative. We will finish the job in Iraq, nursemaid democratic Afghanistan through its birthpangs, and continue to ensure that bandits and criminal states stay off the world's streets. But what is new is that the disenchanted American is becoming savvy and developing a long memory — and so we all fear the day is coming when he casts aside the badge, rides the buckboard out of town, and leaves such sanctimonious folk to themselves.


Nice Job NYT

I've yet to put up any Tsunami posts...
There have been innumerable sites keeping people updated on that catastrophic event.

I did find an amazing interactive multi-media presentation of the Tsunami disaster put together by the New York Times and wanted to share it with you.
I found it on Punditguy's blog site.

Normally I'd be trashing the Old Yorke Tymes for it's left leaning reporting and it's propagandized editorials but in this instance they did an excellent job. Definitely check it out.

Saturday, January 08, 2005 

The Damoclean Sword

From World Net Daily:
Why hasn't Osama bin Laden's terror network executed an attack on U.S. soil since 9-11?

Simple, says Dr. Jack Wheeler, creator of an acclaimed intelligence website dubbed "the oasis for rational conservatives": The U.S. has threatened to nuke the Muslim holy city of Mecca should the terror leader strike America again.
Ok, I have to admit that I wasn't sure what the Damoclean Sword even was. I was never into the Roman legends or their Gods but I figured I should find out who this Damocles was.
Damocles lived around 400 B.C. in Siracusa (Syracuse), on the island of Sicily, a part of modern-day Italy.

Damocles was an attendant in the royal court of the Greek tyrant Dionysius of Syracuse. Damocles talked so incessantly about the happiness of Dionysius that the tyrant decided to teach Damocles a lesson. Dionysius held a grand banquet, and invited Damocles to sit at the place of honor. Just as Damocles was beginning to enjoy himself, he was horrified to discover a sword hanging over his head, suspended by a single hair. In so doing, Damocles learned from Dionysius the perilous nature of his life. In modern language, "the sword of Damocles" has come to mean a dreaded tragedy that may strike at any moment.
Now that this is clear, what does this mean in the context of our current War on Terror?

It has fascinated me how dismissive most Bush haters are of the fact that we have yet to be hit by a terror attack on our soil since Sept 11th 2001. Could it be that we have an Ace in the hole?

One major weakness of fighting an enemy that adheres to such religious zealotry, especially an idyllic zealotry, would be their possessive nature to Holy sites. To threaten that which they hold most dear and of utmost religious importance could be one method of keeping them at bay and under some sort of control. Especially when in battle against such a zealot as Osama bin Laden.
Wheeler says bin Laden is "playing poker with a Texas cowboy holding the nuclear aces," so there's nothing al-Qaida could do that could come remotely close to risking obliterating Mecca.

Writes Wheeler: "So far, Osama has decided not to see if GW is bluffing. Smart move."
Obviously there are severe ramifications to dropping a nuke anywhere in the world for any reason. I do not see this as a really viable option anyhow because of the fallout of epic proportions in many more ways than one. I do not think that this administration would do such a thing either. Such actions are reserved for absolute dire situations such as those we faced in WWII where the atomic option was successfully used.

But when Dr. Wheeler speaks, I listen. He was the architect of the "Reagan Doctrine" in the 80's that brought the Soviet Union to it's knees. The good ole Mutually Assured Destruction tactic.

There are problems with this tactic in the context of a war on terror when there is no definitive Nation with which to declare war besides those who aid and assist the terrorists. (Does this mean we can finally declare war on France?)

Another thing...
Mecca is in Saudi Arabia.

There will be no end to the War on Terror until the "leaders" of Saudi Arabia end it's practice of brainwashing people into the Wahhabism sect of Islam which is an extremely violent and volatile sect of Islam.
"Just as the Soviets devoted themselves to a messianic campaign to subvert and convert people around the world to Soviet Communism, so do the Saudis with Saudi Wahhabism. Just as breaking apart the Soviet Union was the death knell of Soviet Communism and the end of the Cold War, breaking apart the Saudi state will be the death knell of Wahhabism and the end of the War on Terrorism ...
Now the question remains...
Does George Bush have the guts to take on the Saudi Princes head to head?
I sure hope so.

Wednesday, January 05, 2005 

So much for Tolerance

The PBS station in my old stomping grounds in Albuquerque, New Mexico pulled a show that was about to air called "Unlocking the Mystery of Life".
Why would they do such a thing?
Was it discredited?
Was it poorly done?
The station says the scheduling of the program was a mistake caused by a miscommunication related to the transition to a new program manager and that there was concern about the fact that those who funded the film have religious ties.
Oh! No wonder...
"there was concern about the fact that those who funded the film have religious ties."

This is obviously unacceptable to this new program manager to have any personal religious ties. Only agnostics and atheists need apply.

How absurd!

If you ask me there is much more religious fervor and determined faith to maintain an agnostic or atheist attitude than there is in the acknowledgment of a Christian perspective on life.

What exactly was so zealous about this program that caused the PM to pull the plug?
Unlocking the Mystery of Life" is a 58-minute program exploring what DNA reveals about the origin of life and documents how some scientists are skeptical about naturalistic explanations for the origin of genetic information and are looking to theories of design instead. According to the Discovery Institute, the documentary follows the development of intelligent design theory through interviews with key design scientists.
I guess the heads of the Albuquerque PBS station never studied any of the greatest scientists who've ever lived (yeah, including their hero Darwin) who almost unanimously concur with the fact that there was a Divine hand leading the direction of evolution to lead to the beings we are today.

When there's a billion to one chance that a random genetic mutation will lead to advancement of a life form, isn't it obvious that there was "Intelligent Design"?

So these liberals who point their finger at everyone screaming at us to be tolerant of other views are reacting to their own ingrained bigotry against any faith that acknowledges a God who may have had some influence on our creation.
Seattle-based Discovery Institute's Center for Science and Culture hammered KNME for the cancellation.

It is simply astounding that a public television station would engage in this sort of politically correct censorship," said Rob Crowther, director of communications for the organization, in a statement. "Public television usually prides itself in exploring new ideas, not suppressing them. Doesn't anyone at KNME believe in free speech?
Free speech is reserved only for left wingers.

Sunday, January 02, 2005 

Prophesy update

Thanks for the research Troy...
Absolutely pertinent!

Tsunami quake wobbled Earth's axis
December 28, 2004

An earthquake that unleashed deadly tidal waves on Asia was so powerful it made the Earth wobble on its axis and permanently altered the regional map, US geophysicists said today.

The 9.0-magnitude temblor that struck 250 km south-east of Sumatra island on Sunday may have moved small islands as much as 20 metres, according to one expert.

"That earthquake has changed the map," US Geological Survey expert Ken Hudnut told AFP.

"Based on seismic modelling, some of the smaller islands off the south-west coast of Sumatra may have moved to the south-west by about 20 metres. That is a lot of slip."

The north-western tip of the Indonesian island of Sumatra may also have shifted to the south-west by around 36 metres, Hudnut said.

In addition, the energy released as the two sides of the undersea fault slipped against each other made the Earth wobble on its axis, Hudnut said.

"We can detect very slight motions of the Earth and I would expect that the Earth wobbled in its orbit when the earthquake occurred due to the massive amount of energy exerted and the sudden shift in mass," Hudnut said.

Another USGS research geophysicist agreed that the Earth would have got a "little jog", and that the islands off Sumatra would have been moved by the quake.

However, Stuart Sipkin, of the USGS National Earthquake Information Centre in Golden Colorado, said it was more likely that the islands off Sumatra had risen higher out of the sea than they had moved laterally.

"In this case, the Indian plate dived below the Burma plate, causing uplift, so most of the motion to the islands would have been vertical, not horizontal."

Signs of Times in the Scriptures

Doctrine and Covenants 88:87
87 For not many days hence and the earth shall tremble and reel to and fro as a drunken man;

Doctrine and Covenants 49:23
23 Wherefore, be not deceived, but continue in steadfastness, looking forth for the heavens to be shaken, and the earth to tremble and to reel to and fro as a drunken man, and for the valleys to be exalted, and for the mountains to be made low, and for the rough places to become smooth—and all this when the angel shall sound his trumpet.

Doctrine and Covenants 88:89-91
89 For after your testimony cometh the testimony of earthquakes, that shall cause groanings in the midst of her, and men shall fall upon the ground and shall not be able to stand.

90 And also cometh the testimony of the voice of thunderings, and the voice of lightnings, and the voice of tempests, and the voice of the waves of the sea heaving themselves beyond their bounds.

91 And all things shall be in commotion; and surely, men's hearts shall fail them; for fear shall come upon all people.

Pres. Hinckley October Conference 2001

I do not know what the future holds. I do not wish to sound negative, but I wish to remind you of the warnings of scripture and the teachings of the prophets which we have had constantly before us.

I cannot forget the great lesson of Pharaoh’s dream of the fat and lean kine and of the full and withered stalks of corn.

I cannot dismiss from my mind the grim warnings of the Lord as set forth in the 24th chapter of Matthew.

I am familiar, as are you, with the declarations of modern revelation that the time will come when the earth will be cleansed and there will be indescribable distress, with weeping and mourning and lamentation (see D&C 112:24).

Now, I do not wish to be an alarmist. I do not wish to be a prophet of doom. I am optimistic. I do not believe the time is here when an all-consuming calamity will overtake us. I earnestly pray that it may not. There is so much of the Lord’s work yet to be done. We, and our children after us, must do it.

Matthew 24:44
44 Therefore be ye also ready: for in such an hour as ye think not the Son of man cometh.

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