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Universalism in Christianity (not UU or New Age)? Something to think about Great pairing 'As Above, So Below' saying (ClOSED) **Baker's Dozen - films with an overly intellectual character (any way, shape, or form)** Svengoolie style joke One of the best (of all time) 'Motivational' Statistic 💎 Repetitive matches? Okay, so we are just going to ignore that Karai is complicit in murder?? StoneKeeper's Legendary Movie Guessing Game: I recommend this film #1001:**Fred sinks his teeth into "Dracula's Daughter" (1936)** View all posts >


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July 8, 2020 Wednesday 9:35 p.m. EST I appreciate the compliment, Charlotte. Don't give me too much credit. One of our fellow posters passed along these sound words recently. The important thing is we learn from our experiences. Gentleness and respect go a long way. You sharing gets the conversation going. ~~/o/ July 8, 2020 Wednesday 4:55 p.m. 1. There's a Kind of Hush - The Carpenters 2. Be Kind to my Mistakes - Kate Bush 3. A Kind of Magic - Queen (https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=0p_1QSUsbsM) ~~/o/ July 8, 2020 Wednesday 2:10 p.m. You just taught me something new. I did not know that. 👍 In one of the Cherokee stories, I can't remember which one, the setting is more than 500 years ago in what is now the present day U.S. state of North Carolina. There's mention of big black panther cats habitating in the area though are rarely seen. There's always some degree of truth in such accounts. ~~/o/ July 8, 2020 Wednesday 1:45 p.m. Hummingbirds are the only known species of bird to be able to fly completely backwards without having to turn around. ~~/o/ July 8, 2020 Wednesday 1:40 p.m. Despite not being found living in North America any longer, lions and camels are native to the continent, believe it or not. ~~/o/ July 7, 2020 Tuesday 10:30 p.m. Same here. Out of them, which one's your favorite? By a slim margin, it's 'Happy Thanksgiving, Charlie Brown' for me simply because I feel it shows off the relationship between the gang very well, especially Snoopy and Woodstock. Now who doesn't love those two? They have great chemistry together. ~~/o/ July 7, 2020 Tuesday 10:25 p.m. I usually don't buy digital movies unless they are comboed with physical media. I came across a Peanuts 2-movie collection featuring 'Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown' and Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown' a while back. Thanks for jogging my memory. Now I'm excited to see them! The movies on your list sound intriguing. ~~/o/ July 7, 2020 Tuesday 9:50 p.m. I understand where you're coming from. Never be afraid to learn, even from those you may disagree with, but take what they say with a grain of salt while still keeping an open mind. Education is key. ~~/o/ July 7, 2020 Tuesday 6:45 p.m. I think Home Alone was trying to point out that it's important for family to look out for each other. This scene was trying to highlight this. It was more common at least a generation or two ago for children to handle themselves responsibly on their own, without getting into trouble. Of course, this was with their parent's confidence and approval. Society's current expectations today, at least in western Europe, North America, and Australia that I know of, are quite different. ~~/o/ July 7, 2020 Tuesday 6:30 p.m. 1. Batman: The Movie (1966) 2. Dredd (2012) 3. Kick-Ass (2010) ~~/o/ View all replies >