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18 minutes ago, rocket said:

That mannequin looked real :eek:

The Hebrew word cushi or kushi is an affectionate term generally used in the Bible to refer to a dark-skinned person of African descent.

 

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I'm sure the salesman will not see it as funny when he has to pay for a new window. But if he lays the womanikin in the rear of his station wagon, could he end up in even more trouble.

It does not belong to man who is walking even to direct his step :- Jer10:23.

Not a day goes by wherein the truth of this scripture is not reaffirmed

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9 minutes ago, Hartley said:

PS, A workmate used to keep a manikin in the passenger seat so that he could get away with using transit lanes in Sydney.

That has been tried here in California as well. Police were having none of it..

 

I think there was a guy driving a hearse and he claimed carpool rights as well..

Ummm, nope--

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