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Mary → Nicolaj

Nicolaj! I probably won't have time to get online in the next few days. So, wish you a Merry Christmas. If you're on the Old calendar, I can wish you again! Christ is Born!
Dec 23 2007 06:46 PM
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Mary → Nina

I've done that, and gotten an earfull!! LOL =) It aided me a lot in my next confession, because I knew exactly what I was like. But, dear big brother Paul, even if I tried I wouldn't be able to think of anything negative to say about you! There. Now you can go confess how puffed up you feel. Gee, here I am talking to Paul, on Nina's bulletin board. Sorry Nina. Didn't mean to ignore you. You can talk to Paul on my bulletin board anytime. =)
Dec 23 2007 04:58 AM
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Paul Cowan → Nina

Yup, I can read everything you two say about me now. That may be dangerous. Perhaps I will not visit this page again. You know what they say about eavesdropping. You will probably hear something about yourself.
Dec 23 2007 01:07 AM
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Herman Blaydoe → James

Glory to Jesus Christ! Good to see another ACROD member here!
Dec 22 2007 10:45 PM
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M.C. Steenberg → Herman Blaydoe

Nice to see your photograph, Herman.
Dec 21 2007 10:13 PM
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Mary → Bratislav

My dear little brother, how are you doing? You need an avatar. You look like a question mark on my profile page. =)
Dec 21 2007 03:55 PM
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Mary → Herman Blaydoe

Dear Mr Herman the Pooh! Thank you for honoring me by inviting me to be your friend! Is there any honey left for me in that sticky pot you're holding? =)
Dec 21 2007 03:53 PM
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Mary → Nina

yes, my dear, it's public! =)
Dec 21 2007 03:50 PM
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Mary → Nina

Hello Nina!! I wonder how this thing works!! Tell me where you see this message... it seems to be different from the PM part.
Dec 21 2007 01:11 AM
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M.C. Steenberg → Nicolaj

That is a very nice image of the cross you have used as your avatar. Very beautiful.
Dec 20 2007 11:47 AM
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Kris

His name is Fr. Michael. Who he is exactly, I'm not sure. Is such an ornate schema characteristic of the Russian tradition do you think? The Norwegian text is Janteloven (the Jante Law). It's a caricature, of sorts, of the relationship between the individual and society at large in Scandinavian culture: You shall not think that you are anything. You shall not think that you are of the same standing as us. You shall not think that you are wiser than us. You shall not fancy yourself as being better than us. You shall not think that you know more than us. You shall not think that you are more important than us. You shall not think that you amount to anything. You shall not laugh at us. You shall not think that anyone cares about you. You shall not think that you can teach us anything.
Dec 20 2007 01:34 AM
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M.C. Steenberg → Kris

A very nice image as your avatar. Which elder is this? And what is the text in your profile?
Dec 19 2007 11:36 PM