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Qapla

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About Qapla

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    Hoch Dolmey, gheSpu' decently 'ej latlh pong arrangemen

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    John
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    Married - 37 years and going strong
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    Florida - near some really good fishing ~ fresh and salt
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    Yes
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    Yes

How I Found the Truth

  • How I found the Truth
    See this thread
    http://jwtalk.net/forums/topic/8989-how-did-you-get-the-truth/page-2#entry145062

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    Writing
    Wood working
    Fishing
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    REAL Country
  • My favorite movies
    Star Trek
    Star Wars

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  1. I noticed that none of the upgrades will make the devices cost any less ... Now THAT would be an improvement!
  2. All of mine have been sent as a link in an email
  3. Yes, I have recently taken 3 surveys One was for a skill I have actively been doing since before any quick build arrangements even existed and still do now One was for a skill I recently worked as for DIsaster Relief One for a skill I have never been used for with LDC or RBC before we had LDC
  4. With things like HDR and Photoshop many are able to attempt and have some success with doing what one of the Darkroom Masters from our are pioneered with actual photography. Jerry N. Uelsmann (born June 11, 1934) is an American photographer, and was an early exponent of photomontage in the 20th century in America. His work in darkroom effects foreshadowed the use of Adobe Photoshop to make surrealistic images in the late 20th century Uelsmann is a masterful printer, producing composite photographs with multiple negatives and extensive darkroom work. He uses up to a dozen enlargers at a time to produce his final images, and has a large archive of negatives that he has shot over the years. Uelsmann does not carry multiple attachments, but only one camera He still lives in our area. I have seen some of his work first-hand, up-close and personal. I used to be acquainted with him some in the early 1970's and was able to spend a little time in his darkroom at the University - I was never in the one at his home
  5. I just checked. My Android tablet does not have the clouds but my Windows PC does
  6. While I agree that "things" are not worth your life - if you do not or never have lived in a hurricane prone area you can't really understand the thinking of those who are willing to "weather the storm" I, for one, cannot understand how people can live in an area where earthquakes are "common" and would leave the area with the first shudder under my feet. I would pack up and find a new place to live. But, as far as I understand, people in California are "used to it" and don't pay any attention unless a quake is "high enough" on the Richter Scale. The same holds true for those who live in a "hurricane state". Many people here in Florida do not even think about evacuating for a Cat 1 hurricane. Is the smart thing - No! Is it common ....
  7. I had one daughter take statistics in school. One of the things she learned is that statistics can be made to give the result you want Let me illustrate: 10 people are asked do you prefer item A or Item B? Here are their answers A B B B B A A A A A At first glance you would conclude that item A is the prefered item - after all, 6 out of 10 prefer item A However, these same results can also be used to show that 4 out of 5 prefer item B So, it doesn't really matter what the actual result may be, a clever person can get the result they predicted/wanted/theorized/guessed/aimed for
  8. Our Hall still schedules cleaning on the weekly schedule. I do not think the Branch has given instructions for monthly scheduling, this sounds like something the local BOE has decided.
  9. My Sister-in-law's sister lives just outside Columbia, SC
  10. I hadn't really thought of that - I was thinking along the lines of it having sarcasm, pleading, beseeching, bragging .... you know, fun stuff maybe we better pick something better ...
  11. Qapla

    A new game

    (Esther 7:8) . . .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?”. . . New Word: constellation
  12. If the stream would cover easier access to Red Delicious or new recipes for Granny Smith or perhaps some news about some newer varieties I might listen ... I do like apples
  13. Revelation 12 came out beautiful.... When we are ready to try again, what do you all think about 1 Kings 18? We may be able to have some real fun with it if we try to be a little "dramatic" with our readings
  14. Qapla

    A new game

    That is interesting .... the word was "bow" and I wondered if someone would use it as the device that propels an arrow (bow) or a posture that shows respect (bow)
  15. Qapla

    A new game

    (2 Chronicles 7:20)   "I will uproot Israel from my land that I have given them, and this house that I have sanctified for my name I will cast out of my sight, and I will make it an object of scorn and a cause for ridicule among all the peoples." New Word: arrow
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