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  1. iangoodson commented on The Flying McCoys 1 day ago

    Fascinating reading. Here in the UK, it’s just idiots who forget to cancel the signal.

  2. iangoodson commented on Sarah's Scribbles 2 days ago

    Scary Monster along with his close friend Mr. De’Ath

  3. iangoodson commented on Dark Side of the Horse 2 days ago

    Very good.

  4. iangoodson commented on B.C. 2 days ago

    Burger meat should not be rare because it is minced and the bacteria go everywhere.

  5. iangoodson commented on B.C. 2 days ago

    It shouldn’t. Order a blue steak. It will look well done, it will be cooked through and the meat will be red. Got to be done properly though.

  6. iangoodson commented on Reality Check 5 days ago

    He was given a choice of Doctors. The one could help him hear a who, but it didn’t rock. The other could take him any where, any when. That involved a lot of running.

  7. iangoodson commented on Nancy 5 days ago

    John10:22 At that time the Feast of Dedication took place at Jerusalem. It was winter, 23 and Jesus was walking in the temple, in the colonnade of Solomon.

    John 1:9 The true light, which gives light to everyone, was coming into the world.

    Jesus as the Servant Candle which lights all the other candles. See here: http://thealmondrod.blogspot.co.uk/2013/11/chanukah-in-gospel-of-john-part-one.html and subsequent postings.

    Every Blessing.

  8. iangoodson commented on Nick Anderson 6 days ago

    That’s why he robbed traders, broke treaties, married umpteen wives, treated Jews and Christians as second-class citizens etc. etc.

  9. iangoodson commented on Nick Anderson 6 days ago

    Islam repressed Christianity in North Africa, Turkey and everywhere it went. Furthermore, it still does.

  10. iangoodson commented on Nick Anderson 6 days ago

    Eye for eye occurs three times. Each time it sets a limit on reprisal. It was intended to avoid feuding, something that is traditional in parts of the USA or so I’ve heard. The Rabbis quickly realised that compensation avoided the demands by the vengeful for literal fulfillment of the limit. This was always the purpose of the rule.