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E Bmums
2012-04-25 23:14:39 UTC
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"From the crest of Olivet, Jesus looked upon Jerusalem. Fair and
peaceful was the scene spread out before Him. It was the season of the
Passover, and from all lands the children of Jacob had gathered there to
celebrate the great national festival. In the midst of gardens and
vineyards, and green slopes studded with pilgrims’ tents, rose the
terraced hills, the stately palaces, and massive bulwarks of Israel’s
capital. The daughter of Zion seemed in her pride to say, "I sit a
queen, and shall see no sorrow;" as lovely then, and deeming herself as
secure in Heaven’s favor, as when, ages before, the royal minstrel sang,
"Beautiful for situation, the joy of the whole earth, is Mount Zion,"
"the city of the great King." Psalm 48:2. In full view were the
magnificent buildings of the temple. The rays of the setting sun lighted
up the snowy whiteness of its marble walls, and gleamed from golden gate
and tower and pinnacle. "The perfection of beauty" it stood, the pride
of the Jewish nation. What child of Israel could gaze upon the scene
without a thrill of joy and admiration! But far other thoughts occupied
the mind of Jesus. "When He was come near, He beheld the city, and wept
over it." Luke 19:41. Amid the universal rejoicing of the triumphal
entry, while palm branches waved, while glad hosannas awoke the echoes
of the hills, and thousands of voices declared Him king, the world’s
Redeemer was overwhelmed with a sudden and mysterious sorrow. He, the
Son of God, the Promised One of Israel, whose power had conquered death,
and called its captives from the grave, was in tears, not of ordinary
grief, but of intense, irrepressible agony."

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Dallas
2012-04-29 01:30:52 UTC
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Post by E Bmums
"From the crest of Olivet, Jesus looked upon Jerusalem. Fair and
peaceful was the scene spread out before Him. It was the season of the
Passover, and from all lands the children of Jacob had gathered there to
celebrate the great national festival. In the midst of gardens and
vineyards, and green slopes studded with pilgrims’ tents, rose the
terraced hills, the stately palaces, and massive bulwarks of Israel’s
capital. The daughter of Zion seemed in her pride to say, "I sit a
queen, and shall see no sorrow;" as lovely then, and deeming herself as
secure in Heaven’s favor, as when, ages before, the royal minstrel sang,
"Beautiful for situation, the joy of the whole earth, is Mount Zion,"
"the city of the great King." Psalm 48:2. In full view were the
magnificent buildings of the temple. The rays of the setting sun lighted
up the snowy whiteness of its marble walls, and gleamed from golden gate
and tower and pinnacle. "The perfection of beauty" it stood, the pride
of the Jewish nation. What child of Israel could gaze upon the scene
without a thrill of joy and admiration! But far other thoughts occupied
the mind of Jesus. "When He was come near, He beheld the city, and wept
over it." Luke 19:41. Amid the universal rejoicing of the triumphal
entry, while palm branches waved, while glad hosannas awoke the echoes
of the hills, and thousands of voices declared Him king, the world’s
Redeemer was overwhelmed with a sudden and mysterious sorrow. He, the
Son of God, the Promised One of Israel, whose power had conquered death,
and called its captives from the grave, was in tears, not of ordinary
grief, but of intense, irrepressible agony."
That's it?.. your not gonna tell us why he was in
"irrepressible agony". You're just gonna leave us hangin'?

You're a rotten story teller.
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Dallas
Lopez Gomez
2012-04-29 21:35:24 UTC
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Post by Dallas
Post by E Bmums
"From the crest of Olivet, Jesus looked upon Jerusalem. Fair and
peaceful was the scene spread out before Him. It was the season of
the Passover, and from all lands the children of Jacob had gathered
there to celebrate the great national festival. In the midst of
gardens and vineyards, and green slopes studded with pilgrims’
tents, rose the terraced hills, the stately palaces, and massive
bulwarks of Israel’s capital. The daughter of Zion seemed in her
pride to say, "I sit a queen, and shall see no sorrow;" as lovely
then, and deeming herself as secure in Heaven’s favor, as when,
ages before, the royal minstrel sang, "Beautiful for situation, the
joy of the whole earth, is Mount Zion," "the city of the great King."
Psalm 48:2. In full view were the magnificent buildings of the
temple. The rays of the setting sun lighted up the snowy whiteness of
its marble walls, and gleamed from golden gate and tower and
pinnacle. "The perfection of beauty" it stood, the pride of the
Jewish nation. What child of Israel could gaze upon the scene without
a thrill of joy and admiration! But far other thoughts occupied the
mind of Jesus. "When He was come near, He beheld the city, and wept
over it." Luke 19:41. Amid the universal rejoicing of the triumphal
entry, while palm branches waved, while glad hosannas awoke the
echoes of the hills, and thousands of voices declared Him king, the
world’s Redeemer was overwhelmed with a sudden and mysterious
sorrow. He, the Son of God, the Promised One of Israel, whose power
had conquered death, and called its captives from the grave, was in
tears, not of ordinary grief, but of intense, irrepressible agony."
That's it?.. your not gonna tell us why he was in
"irrepressible agony". You're just gonna leave us hangin'?
J.C. was on short final to LLJR after a 12-hour transatlantic flight,
when FSX had a CTD
Dallas
2012-04-29 23:37:45 UTC
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Post by Lopez Gomez
J.C. was on short final to LLJR after a 12-hour transatlantic flight,
when FSX had a CTD
He shoulda saved the flight every now and then.
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Dallas
BasilBrush
2012-04-29 23:24:01 UTC
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On Sat, 28 Apr 2012 20:30:52 -0500, Dallas
Post by Dallas
Post by E Bmums
"From the crest of Olivet, Jesus looked upon Jerusalem. Fair and
peaceful was the scene spread out before Him. It was the season of the
Passover, and from all lands the children of Jacob had gathered there to
celebrate the great national festival. In the midst of gardens and
vineyards, and green slopes studded with pilgrims’ tents, rose the
terraced hills, the stately palaces, and massive bulwarks of Israel’s
capital. The daughter of Zion seemed in her pride to say, "I sit a
queen, and shall see no sorrow;" as lovely then, and deeming herself as
secure in Heaven’s favor, as when, ages before, the royal minstrel sang,
"Beautiful for situation, the joy of the whole earth, is Mount Zion,"
"the city of the great King." Psalm 48:2. In full view were the
magnificent buildings of the temple. The rays of the setting sun lighted
up the snowy whiteness of its marble walls, and gleamed from golden gate
and tower and pinnacle. "The perfection of beauty" it stood, the pride
of the Jewish nation. What child of Israel could gaze upon the scene
without a thrill of joy and admiration! But far other thoughts occupied
the mind of Jesus. "When He was come near, He beheld the city, and wept
over it." Luke 19:41. Amid the universal rejoicing of the triumphal
entry, while palm branches waved, while glad hosannas awoke the echoes
of the hills, and thousands of voices declared Him king, the world’s
Redeemer was overwhelmed with a sudden and mysterious sorrow. He, the
Son of God, the Promised One of Israel, whose power had conquered death,
and called its captives from the grave, was in tears, not of ordinary
grief, but of intense, irrepressible agony."
That's it?.. your not gonna tell us why he was in
"irrepressible agony". You're just gonna leave us hangin'?
You're a rotten story teller.
Here yer go, mate.

Amid the universal rejoicing of the triumphal entry, while wind socks
waved, while glad hosannas awoke to the sounds of taxiing aircraft,
and thousands of voices declared Him king, the world's Redeemer was
overwhelmed with a sudden and mysterious sorrow. He, The Toxic Troll,
the Promised One of AGMSF-S, whose power had conquered Nick O'Tyme and
called his captives from the "List", was in tears, not of ordinary
grief, but of intense, irrepressible agony." "Why", I hear the simmers
cry, "Because Gerry's off his meds, and ran out of Tea". Boom! Boom!


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BasilBrush
Boom! Boom!
Please don't feed the Troll, leave it to me.
Dallas
2012-04-29 23:36:03 UTC
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Post by BasilBrush
Here yer go, mate.
Amid the universal rejoicing of the triumphal entry, while wind socks
waved, while glad hosannas awoke to the sounds of taxiing aircraft,
and thousands of voices declared Him king, the world's Redeemer was
overwhelmed with a sudden and mysterious sorrow. He, The Toxic Troll,
the Promised One of AGMSF-S, whose power had conquered Nick O'Tyme and
called his captives from the "List", was in tears, not of ordinary
grief, but of intense, irrepressible agony." "Why", I hear the simmers
cry, "Because Gerry's off his meds, and ran out of Tea". Boom! Boom!
That sounds reasonable.

:- )
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Dallas
Walt_M
2012-04-30 02:26:12 UTC
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On Sun, 29 Apr 2012 18:36:03 -0500, "Dallas"
Post by Dallas
Post by BasilBrush
Here yer go, mate.
Amid the universal rejoicing of the triumphal entry, while wind socks
waved, while glad hosannas awoke to the sounds of taxiing aircraft,
and thousands of voices declared Him king, the world's Redeemer was
overwhelmed with a sudden and mysterious sorrow. He, The Toxic Troll,
the Promised One of AGMSF-S, whose power had conquered Nick O'Tyme and
called his captives from the "List", was in tears, not of ordinary
grief, but of intense, irrepressible agony." "Why", I hear the simmers
cry, "Because Gerry's off his meds, and ran out of Tea". Boom! Boom!
That sounds reasonable.
:- )
Reaonable? From the guy whose idea of logic goes like this?

Dallas's Syllogism:
Major premise : BasilBrush is Walt
Minor premise : We like Basil Brush, he is good.
Conclusion: Walt is good. We like Walt.

Brilliant, Dallas! Brilliant!

Bwahahahaha...


Walt
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Offence freely given to those who wish to take it.
Dallas
2012-04-30 05:09:48 UTC
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Post by Walt_M
Major premise : BasilBrush is Walt
Minor premise : We like Basil Brush, he is good.
Conclusion: Walt is good. We like Walt.
Brilliant, Dallas! Brilliant!
Wrong conclusion.

You have two distinct personalities, one I like, the other... not so much.


It's not rocket surgery.
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Dallas
Walt_M
2012-04-30 07:12:23 UTC
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On Mon, 30 Apr 2012 00:09:48 -0500, Dallas
Post by Dallas
Post by Walt_M
Major premise : BasilBrush is Walt
Minor premise : We like Basil Brush, he is good.
Conclusion: Walt is good. We like Walt.
Brilliant, Dallas! Brilliant!
Wrong conclusion.
Baesd on YOUR premises, it's the correct conclusion.
Post by Dallas
You have two distinct personalities,
You aren't qualified to make such an assessment...


Walt
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Offence freely given to those who wish to take it.

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