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  1. I just found out. I'm glad he made it to the 50th anniversary. What a sweet man, and just think of probably millions of children he helped learn over the last 5 decades, including all of us. We were so lucky to be here while he performed.
  2. I'm running with scissors!!!
  3. The second Sunday of Advent, the candle represents Love. Also known as Charity, or Caritas in Latin, that is the selfless willing of good for another.

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    I also see some who put the candle as meaning Faith.

    On a personal level, I'm bummed because I'm out of town and am going to miss my daughter sing at Mass and then at a Christmas concert and tree lighting at church this evening. I've never missed a thing like this before.

  4. Nice score. I went to Walmart because I'm at my folks house in Tejas and didn't bring golf shoes. Tomorrow I'm golfing so went to find something so my shoes dont get wrecked. Found a $15 pair of cheap sneaks with good traction and wait for it, rang up at $3! 

    Oh boy, I'm 36. Cheap shoes. A glass of red wine. This is excitement now.

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    2. PiratePony

      PiratePony

      *tear* he was going to make Germany love golf, but guess it didn't happen :p

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    3. Stone Cold Steve Tuna

      Stone Cold Steve Tuna

      Anyone who says golf isn’t a real sport clearly hasn’t lugged a set of clubs across 18 holes without a cart or experienced the fury that follows your ball disobeying the laws of physics to fuck off in a forest somewhere.

    4. Bas

      Bas

      Seems so, but I was never really into sports much myself, so I might have missed that, and if that was in the recent years (relative), I barely do watch TV anymore.

      I guess making Golf or football/rugby popular in Germany is of similar success as of getting soccer popular in the US.

  5. There's some theological argument I've heard that the animal that you love would then be recreated for you, but they couldn't get there by themselves as they have no rational soul (animals are just bodies, angels are just souls, humans are the body soul composite being). The counter argument is that when being in the beatific vision, one simply wouldn't care about your pets on Earth, so the long story short is. Eh...maybe. Glad I could help.
  6. Happy happy birthday to you!!

    1. JingLBabe

      JingLBabe

      Thank you hon!! I appreciate it!! <3

  7. I started using men's suave 3 in 1 (shampoo, conditioner and body wash). It also helps me smeel mainly.
  8. You posted about your youngster being able to toddle now.

    I think you mentioned others kids before - How old are they? IIRC one is around 7 or 8.

  9. What a perfect time of year for this topic to be brought up. Yes, that's what it's all about. Making others happy in a true act of love (that is willing the good of another, ie Charity) will in turn bring you happiness. Constantly only seeking good of self, increase of success, personal worth, often can lead to despair. And on a bright side, you can achieve all of those things too as long as you balance caring for others as well. I was the most out of shape, miserable, lonely, depressed when I was me driven, and success driven (back when I was a professional actor). Since having kids and a family, working to help friends and neighbors and extended family, I'm not only happier but have found other successes in life. I may beat a dead horse with me saying it, but to those depressed and wrought with sadness, find a way to help others and seeing that joy in them might reflect it back unto you.
  10. Happy St. Nicholas Day, kids. 

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    That should read *is* the patron saint of, but oh well. Also less than 20 days until Christmas!

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    2. Alastor

      Alastor

      Not mentioning Saint Nicholas' companion, Krampus. Woe to any child who does not recite a poem or is not nice when he comes to meet them. I just learned this not too long ago, which made me like him even more because he reminds me of our asshole Yulelads here in Iceland :P

      Plus, when I lived in Belgium I celebrated St. Nicholas alongside the Yulelads. Double win! 

    3. PiratePony

      PiratePony

      St. Nick is also the patron saint of New York City...he's got his hands full :/

    4. VG_Addict

      VG_Addict

      St. Nick is tough. He grew up in Brooklyn.

  11. I thought Bonnie was scariest in the first one. Creepiest in his advancement at least. Although her open beak freaks me out.