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  1. “Now have come to pass the salvation and the power and the Kingdom of our God and the authority of his Christ, because the accuser of our brothers has been hurled down, who accuses them day and night before our God!" Rev 12:10. That's who they imitate.
  2. We have great moderators...otherwise, it could be brutal...requiring a whip and a chair.
  3. Yep. Mongoose.
  4. Sugary cinnamon donuts would really confuse them!
  5. I had a trail of ants, that would not go away no matter what I used to deter them. I love ants, but in their proper place. I read that cinnamon somehow interrupts their trails. So, I sprinkled cinnamon on the massive invading trail. The next day they just kept climbing over the sprinklings. So now I was convinced I had been had, once again. Then, a day or 2 later, there were no ants. Not one. Somehow the cinnamon had interrupted their scent of the trail they love to migrate on.
  6. I understand it is raw, unedited. But it doesn't have to be crazy raw.
  7. Obviously, it's the first time he/she/ or it held a camera. Watching it makes me sea sick.
  8. How do you like working with Vegas compared to Avid or Final Cut Pro? Or have you used them before? One notable technique you've done well I noticed is the flow of your panning and zooming. So often you see videos that were filmed like shining a flashlight in a cave.
  9. I see. Since you have internet access, try Having a script is not an absolute, but a helpful tool for you use. You can write your ideas down and plan your shots for action and/or dialogue. Even if the dialogue is Voice Over (VO).
  10. Irmantas, Here's some suggestions for you, whatever ideas you come up with, write a screenplay. A story needs a beginning, a middle, and an end. You need a script to follow to put your ideas on film, then transfer the media for editing, adding sound, etc. Five minutes goes pretty quick. It might be easier 15 or 30 minute short.
  11. At first Haman could do no wrong, then he could do no right: "Haʹman became terrified because of the king and the queen. 7 The king rose up in a rage from the banquet of wine and went into the palace garden, but Haʹman stood up to plead with Queen Esther for his life,* for he realized that the king was determined to punish him. 8 The king returned from the palace garden to the house of the wine banquet and saw that Haʹman had thrown himself on the couch where Esther was. The king exclaimed: “Is he also going to rape the queen in my own house?” As soon as these words left the king’s mouth, they covered Haʹman’s face. Like those scenes where once a bag thrown over their head, they're a goner.
  12. Or perhaps this scripture, Esther Ch. 3-7: "Now when Haʹman saw that Morʹde·cai refused to bow low and prostrate himself to him, Haʹman became filled with rage.+ 6 But he despised the thought of doing away with* Morʹde·cai alone, for they had told him about Morʹde·cai’s people. So Haʹman began seeking to annihilate all the Jews who were in the entire realm of A·has·u·eʹrus, all of Morʹde·cai’s people In the first month, that is, the month of Niʹsan,* in the 12th year+ of King A·has·u·eʹrus, they cast Pur+ (that is, the Lot) before Haʹman to determine the day and the month, and it fell on the 12th month, that is, Aʹdar.*+ 8 Haʹman then said to King A·has·u·eʹrus: “There is a certain people scattered and dispersed among the peoples+ in all the provinces* of your realm,+ whose laws are different from those of all other peoples; and they do not obey the king’s laws, and it is not in the king’s interests to let them be. 9 If it pleases the king, let a decree be written that they be destroyed. I will pay 10,000 silver talents* to the officials to put into the royal treasury. So Haʹman took the attire and the horse, and he clothed Morʹde·cai+ and made him ride in the public square of the city and called out before him: “This is what is done for the man whom the king wishes to honor!” So the king and Haʹman+ came in to Queen Esther’s banquet. 2 The king said to Esther again on the second day during the banquet of wine: “What is your petition, Queen Esther? It will be granted you. And what is your request? Even to* the half of my kingdom, it will be done!”+ 3 Queen Esther answered: “If I have found favor with you, O king, and if it pleases the king, let my life* be granted as my petition, and my people+ as my request. 4 For we have been sold,+ I and my people, to be annihilated, killed, and destroyed.+ If we had simply been sold as male and female slaves, I would have kept silent. But the distress is not proper, for it will be damaging to the king." It was all very dramatic and scary with wide publicity, but the outcome turned out favorable for Jehovah's people.