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Re: A strange sensation...

Postby highpilgrim » Thu Sep 27, 2012 8:02 pm

edhaman wrote:13 is lucky number.


The fans of Judas would agree, Ed. So would some pagans.
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Re: A strange sensation...

Postby edhaman » Thu Sep 27, 2012 8:46 pm

So I'm in good company.

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Re: A strange sensation...

Postby Scott P » Thu Sep 27, 2012 9:02 pm

He asked one of his faves to give up his kid for him (He later said He was just kidding).


Not always kidding. Read Judges 11. Jephthah actually went through with it:

http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Judges+11&version=NIV

For some reason that story is usually skipped over in sunday school. :wink:
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Re: A strange sensation...

Postby J-RockandRockpile » Fri Sep 28, 2012 3:21 pm

Not according to 1 individual on this site who I shall not call out - I once mentioned Risk in the outdoors and he informed me that he does not agree that any sort of risk would be a plausible reason for heading out into the great outdoors. And that he himself does not take risk when in the back country. I found that interesting due to the fact that his avatar is a picture of him with ski's strapped to his back. There is obviously no risk in whatever activity he was about to undertake.

*skis (I made a grammatical error on a formal internet forum)
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Re: A strange sensation...

Postby Bean 2 » Fri Sep 28, 2012 3:32 pm

J-RockandRockpile wrote:Not according to 1 individual on this site who I shall not call out - I once mentioned Risk in the outdoors and he informed me that he does not agree that any sort of risk would be a plausible reason for heading out into the great outdoors. And that he himself does not take risk when in the back country. I found that interesting due to the fact that his avatar is a picture of him with ski's strapped to his back. There is obviously no risk in whatever activity he was about to undertake.


Everything's risky for some people...
By the way, here's a guide for proper use of apostrophes.
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Re: A strange sensation...

Postby tehchad » Fri Sep 28, 2012 4:05 pm

I would say that you're certainly not alone, but the romance, if you can call it that, grossly skews the public's view.
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Re: A strange sensation...

Postby Bean » Sat Sep 29, 2012 12:47 am

J-RockandRockpile wrote:Not according to 1 individual on this site who I shall not call out - I once mentioned Risk in the outdoors and he informed me that he does not agree that any sort of risk would be a plausible reason for heading out into the great outdoors. And that he himself does not take risk when in the back country. I found that interesting due to the fact that his avatar is a picture of him with ski's strapped to his back. There is obviously no risk in whatever activity he was about to undertake.

*skis (I made a grammatical error on a formal internet forum)

I said that risk is not the reason I go, and that it's a foolish reason to go (not verbatim). I also said that I avoid/minimize risk when possible - not that my actions are risk free.

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Re: A strange sensation...

Postby tehchad » Sat Sep 29, 2012 3:02 pm

J-RockandRockpile wrote:Not according to 1 individual on this site who I shall not call out - I once mentioned Risk in the outdoors and he informed me that he does not agree that any sort of risk would be a plausible reason for heading out into the great outdoors. And that he himself does not take risk when in the back country. I found that interesting due to the fact that his avatar is a picture of him with ski's strapped to his back. There is obviously no risk in whatever activity he was about to undertake.

*skis (I made a grammatical error on a formal internet forum)



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