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Had RB been a good Mormon, perhaps we would have had:

The Mormon Chronicles

Dandelion Grapejuice

Nephite 451

Kolob Is Heaven!

L is For Lamanite

The Golden Apples of the Tree of Life


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More:

R is For Restoration

S is For Storehouses

Something Worthy This Way Comes

The Golden Plates of the Sun

The Illustrated Manual

The Halloween Tea

Disfellowship is a Lonely Business

A Graveyard For Lamanites

Dark Covenant

The October Confirmation

A Meetinghouse For Melancholy

I Sing the Body Eternal

Long After Millennium


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An interesting read from a Mr. B interview:
http://www.aarp.org/personal-g...0045595_6211709941_1
 
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Ray Bradbury has sometimes cited The Saviors of God by Nikos Kazantzakis, in his take on the Cosmos and God.
This work is available to read at this site:
http://www.angel.net/~nic/askitiki.html
 
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After a perusal of this intricate essay, I could not help but think of this: from St. Thomas Aquinas!
http://www.aquinasonline.com/
 
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Flabbergasted is a good word.

And the oranges are sweet.


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His flabber should be well and truly gasted. No doubt some folks will give him a third chance.


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His flabber should be well and truly gasted. No doubt some folks will give him a third chance.

No doubt! The power of stupidity in action!

Oh, well - when it doesn't happen, just say it really did, but was invisible!


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The good news is we're still around.

The bad news is, so is Harold Camping: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/43140373/?gt1=43001
 
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...when it doesn't happen, just say it really did, but was invisible!


Indeed, or one of the other options from the Rapture Bingo Scorecard!


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Stephen Hawking definitely disproves the existence of God, conjectures no afterlife.

http://www.fox13now.com/sbt-20...0807,0,2288591.story

Or something.
 
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Stephen Hawking definitely disproves the existence of God, conjectures no afterlife.

Or something.

I'll have to share this. Just so my friends know there's no God.


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It was a great first episode. I've saved it on the TiVo


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You know what you are, Mr. Bradbury? ... You are a poet! -- Aldous Huxley
 
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Stephen Hawking definitely disproves the existence of God, conjectures no afterlife.

Or something.

I'll have to share this. Just so my friends know there's no God.


(*yawn*)
 
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(*yawn*)

Hawking makes me sleepy, too.


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