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  1. I have watched that movie and you did not miss anything. I hated it. (and vey few things do I hate.) Many movies you have to play close attention to- I have found. It is so easy to miss important clues as to what the movie is even about, let alone enjoy it. ;-)
  2. Jersey Boys. I love these types of movies. :-)
  3. I have a sensitivity to heat problem. Sometimes it is just too hot, esp. in the winter with the wood stove going. I will live in my home in just my garments (you can only take off so much). I find it comfortable and they breath very well so I do not have to take off more. But putting something over them would just heat me up to the point where I want to climb the walls or run outside. (which I have done a time or two.) I Love my garments and I think they are the best underware made. I would not trade them for anyting I have worn before my endowments. :-)
  4. I like Billy Swans version of Hank Williams' Wedding Bells. And I prefer just about all of Ronnie McDowell's covers of Elvis Presley songs.
  5. Not sure about the others but for me, much of what John Lennon seemed to be espousing most of his life of notoriety is Against most of what the Church stands for. This song is an anthem of that philosophy. This is NOT one of my favorite set of lyrics. The music, I love it. But the song, not so much. The starting point of what I am talking about is in bold. You can jump in to it from there. (John Lennon's philosophy. He was named correctly by his parents for sure.) Imagine John Lennon Imagine there's no countries It isn't hard to do Nothing to kill or die for And no religion, too Imagine all the people Living life in peace You, you may say I'm a dreamer But I'm not the only one I hope someday you will join us And the world will be as one Imagine no possessions I wonder if you can No need for greed or hunger A brotherhood of man Imagine all the people Sharing all the world You, you may say I'm a dreamer But I'm not the only one I hope someday you will join us And the world will live as one
  6. Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhh, OK:D I'm slow, but i get there. You mean people like me who are to the right of Attila the Hun. Actually, I believe he was a "left" winger.
  7. Well,there has been a couple of times I have been away from the Church. Yet, I have always Loved the Church. Well, most of you know what I mean. Can't Love His Church without loving Him can you?
  8. Things have really changed over the years:eek: Yup, they have:cool: I remember when. . .
  9. Yeah, I went off with a few LDS kids on a drunk in a pickup truck instead of attending a youth conference when I was young and it was the ground breaker from then on to worse situations. After that one excursion, all the rest were with non-Mormons though. Can't blame the people of the Church though. It was all me. Took me almost three years to get back. That is a long time when you are a kid.
  10. Yes, and with the comment by "norah63", we have all these otherwise worthy people just waiting for God's "only true Church" to complete Temple work for then so that they may move on to their Celestial reward in the kingdom built for them by our Savior. God's plan is wondrous to say the least.
  11. Very true. And they are my favorites. I could not place an order of preference. I guess Manti would have to be number one.
  12. OK, I finished the article. It ended much better then I supposed it was going to. Still feels fictional but a good story but i do not believe so much negativism in one boys life - and the impossible legends mixed with truth that he seemed to be aware of at crucial times in his life. Seems contrived. I guess I am paranoid.
  13. Well, looks like my intuition seems to be somewhat right. He is a professional writer and he has (it seems to me) written hit pieces against the church buried in short stories about Mormons. I still do not like this article. It is distasteful and does not feel genuine. Could be i am just paranoid.