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Church Gets the Boot by County Government

ACHefty Wrote: Jan 06, 2015 6:52 AM
This should not come as a surprise. The fastest way to clear it up is to not make any deals with any government institution in this day and age. Make a deal with them, regardless of how sweet it is, and you bind yourself (unequally yoked?) to their whims. Renovate the theater to be used as both a church and a community theater. No government involvement. Problem solved, and you thumb your nose at the government. Win-Win.
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The Rudeness of Registries

ACHefty Wrote: Jun 23, 2014 3:42 PM
On Father's Day and my birthday, I ask for two things: Breakfast in Bed, and the remote control. Anything else is a bonus. My oldest daughter and her husband bought me some Orioles gear (hat & shirt), a bag of chips, and a large glass mug, suitably engraved. I was very pleasantly surprised. My teenage son bought a USMC t-shirt (served in the 80s). Again, pleasantly surprised. For Christmas, my mother-in-law buys me a new hat. Each time, it's very nice, and I like it a lot. My wife asks me what I want. Then she gets it for me. Registries are gimmie-gimmie-gimmie lists. At our wedding nearly 30 years ago, we got plenty of practical stuff. But we were more interested in the presence of our friends and family. Not the presents. Grow up. You're not ten years old anymore.
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