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Pjdriver

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About Pjdriver

Personal Details

  • Gender
    Brother
  • First Name Only
    Burt
  • Relationship Status
    Married
  • Displayed Location
    New England
  • Publisher
    Yes
  • Baptized
    Yes

How I Found the Truth

  • How I found the Truth
    Brought up with the truth. Strayed for a few years. Came back at the age of 19 and have now been going for nearly 40 years.

My Hobbies & Interests

  • My Interests
    I love history and reading non-fiction historical subjects.
  • My favorite books
    Bible, Wt. Pubs. Non-fiction history subjects
  • My favorite music
    It mostly depends on the song or piece itself . I enjoy most genres except rap. Rap is to music what etch-a-sketch is to art.
  • My favorite quotes
    "If you're not part of the solution....you're part of the problem."

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  1. Warwick Pictures

    We requested a tour in June......the next available tour?.....in January 2018. So we will be going in January. Shawn, you must have called right away. Nice pics.
  2. Go back and tell him you spoke with brothers and sisters from the US and they say that this is not true or typical. I’m guessing he will back paddle.
  3. Chigozie this brother is telling you some things that are not true at all and other things that are worse case scenarios, not the norm.
  4. If the "smart" tv didn't include jw broadcasting it's not very smart. So, if it's the only and simplest way....I may have to hook up my old Roku player again. I was hoping I wouldn't need it.
  5. So I just bought a new Samsung smart tv. I'm not very computer savvy. Could anyone tell me if there's a way to get the jw broadcast channel? I've done a search but get nothing. What the trick? I understand not all devices like my Samsung tv have it readily available. Is there a way around that? I would appreciate any help here. Thanks
  6. Praising others is a form of encouragement and that's good, but this world as with many other things, goes way overboard. They just about worship celebrities. A person can make millions and become adored by millions just for doing a good job pretending (acting) to be a certain character. I have always found that to be strange. Once Again it's all about balance.
  7. A Couple of Reminders

    The soldiers that nailed him?
  8. Interestingly in the Middle Ages it was common for the Church to claim to have bones or body parts of first century Christians and variety of relics like a piece of wood from the "cross". They even claimed to have John the Baptist head. Why?...Money! People (very superstitious) would use these as idols and pay to do so. I doubt very very much that this is Mary Magdalene. We'll never know for certain.
  9. Hey, you look different.  I use to have a mustache like that but I shaved it last year...

    1. Shawnster

      Shawnster

      Still looks like Yosemite Sam to me.

  10. Poems and poetry.....

    Dilip, are you the author of that poem ?
  11. Ok, how long were you planning to wait to post the answer and move on to the next riddle?
  12. I used to have that book years ago. Don't know whatever happened to it. Very interesting read.
  13. Barcelona Van Attack

    Correct me if I'm wrong but are you saying you would have the same feeling if a close loved one were killed(child, sibling, parent, or close friend) as if anyone else were killed? I think this is human nature. It always comes up because it's a perfectly natural response. I think if our first concern was not for our brothers and sisters it would indicate a problem. When disaster strikes, such as an earthquake, the brothers immediately send aid to the friends in need....if they are able they help others as well. But primary recipients are our brothers. Doesn't mean we're not sad for others.
  14. My ancestry DNA results!

    We're all mutts.
  15. My ancestry DNA results!

    My father was half French and half drunk.
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