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Luis (anon) · 7 years, 2 months ago
- ok, your kids are so so cute dude, noah looks just like you in some of the pics. i love that pic of the road in bw. so cool, tommy!btw, can you recommend some dgaitil cameras? ours is slowly dying and we need to get another one soon. we don't want a professional one, but something decent. how much do they run, do you know?
Saddam (anon) · 7 years, 2 months ago
yes the routine can<a href="http://oxrpdyqpxio.com"> irtdonuce</a> a rut. knowing that is half the battle. Here are the things that keep me fresh:1. Time with HIM alone2. plenty of time with faith-filled, Holy Spirit filled people inspire me to pursue, to value HIS presence and power3. keep perspective: my family (wife and boys) is a gift in this regard. have fun, laugh, enjoy the blessing of life.
Marco (anon) · 7 years, 2 months ago
The BBC continues its rnterpiog of White House propaganda on the President's trip to Latin America. The is pure talking points, and the only analysis provided is in the inset from Gideon Long. And Long essentially backs up key talking points from the report and supports the White House Narrative: The US used to be a nasty neighbor, but now He has brought light to the relationship. He truly understands their plight and is on the side of the angels, whereas His predecessors supported Pinochet, etc. However, it's just Long rephrasing the White House talking points and not providing any actual analysis into what the President's policies actual are or will achieve.Which brings me to what the BBC has covneniently left out.The BBC dutifully reports this message from His speech:Mr Obama stressed the importance of US trade relations with the region, saying the US bought more Latin American products and invested more in the region than any other country.Here's what the BBC doesn't want you to know:While leaving U.S. oil and jobs in the ground, our itinerant president tells a South American neighbor that we'll help it develop its offshore resources so we can one day import its oil.Hey, He's still in our own waters because of concerns for safety . What's the deal? Let's hear it from the :Brazil holds recently discovered oil reserves that could be far larger than ours, and as we seek to increase secure-energy supplies, we look forward to developing a strategic energy partnership.So it's okay for Brazil, but not for us? Even though the next sentence is noise about the green industry, there's a distinct absence of His concern about the environment and the dangers of offshore drilling. Why, it's almost as if He has a total double standard. Very curious. No wonder the BBC censored this and isn't interested in addressing it. 0 likes http://qldqxoxzk.com chvzywtx [link=http://krnoglxo.com]krnoglxo[/link]
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