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Good Maen
14/Nov/09 12:00 AM
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14/Nov/09 12:00 AM
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Good Maen. It's the start of a big day with lots to do!
14/Nov/09 12:01 AM
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1:53 Under 2 minutes. Well, if I'm going to get everything done, I guess I have to do it all quickly! Yea, me.
14/Nov/09 12:05 AM
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everyone! Fellow Michiganders; John & Plum.
Good thing Ian's here to keep us in line! What's a 'meep'?
And... Hello to others who may have arrived!
14/Nov/09 12:17 AM
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1.31 I needed that, thank you Gath!

'And they call it...
Puppy Love...'
14/Nov/09 12:19 AM
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Gday to you Shiela
14/Nov/09 12:20 AM
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Evening all
14/Nov/09 12:28 AM
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Hello, Gail! Hope you've had a good day down under!
14/Nov/09 12:28 AM
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It's 30 degrees F (-1 C) this morning. Is it true that summer is on it's way down under?
(I think I am having an attack of 'summer envy'!)
14/Nov/09 12:33 AM
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Haaa..'Meep' is here...recently I read a bizarre news abt this word in MSN..and googled it. Never gave a second thought..but now it is here in sudokuland, think will adopt it.
Hi Ian meep to you too!!!:)
14/Nov/09 1:12 AM
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14/Nov/09 1:13 AM
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wrp from Florida,

14/Nov/09 1:18 AM
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Will see you later!
14/Nov/09 1:18 AM
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Happy Friday!
14/Nov/09 1:28 AM
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all - it's freezing again out there this morning.

Puppies are always cute.
14/Nov/09 1:50 AM
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Okay, those of you in Europe and those knowledgable about history. About a decade ago I read - who knows where - a piece of information presented as historical fact, and I'd like to confirm it. Can anyone help?

Fact check: At some point in Christian Europe (Crusades, Byzantium, Middle More...
14/Nov/09 1:55 AM
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That's one I never heard of Plum. Good Morning all.
14/Nov/09 2:37 AM
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Gee, Plum ... can't help you.
14/Nov/09 2:40 AM
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Good morning. I hope you all have a wonderful day!
14/Nov/09 2:52 AM
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The white one seems very much to be the odd man out.
14/Nov/09 2:54 AM
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14/Nov/09 2:54 AM
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14/Nov/09 2:55 AM
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So far I've found a late 4th century pewter dish with the Christian fish symbol found in a cache in Appleshaw (along with pewter with the chi-rho symbol). The Appleshaw collection is housed at the British Museum. A link if anyone is interested.
14/Nov/09 3:01 AM
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.><((((º>`·._ .·´¯`·. _ .·´¯`·. ><((((º>


is probably as good as anything, given the mythology and theories, scholarly and otherwise, about the symbol.

14/Nov/09 3:16 AM
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It's not exactly what I was hoping for to support the memory of whatever I think I once read, but that's why I like doing fact checks!

At any rate, it does show the symbol was recognized and used in NW Europe in domestic production for domestic use (pewter being the "poor man's More...
14/Nov/09 3:17 AM
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I believe the fish was used as a secret symbol as proof of Christianity when Christians were being persecuted. A person would draw a half arc in the dirt and if someone else knew to draw the other half it would signify that they were Christian.
Not that that has anything to do with the pewter, Plum. I just always thought that was interesting.
14/Nov/09 3:23 AM
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Well, "Peter", that certainly says it more succinctly than I did! lol
14/Nov/09 3:26 AM
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Thanks, "Peter from Galilee." I've been to wikipedia already. Little Plum is delighted with your swimming fishies and your name. I've been doing some basic computer graphics design lessons with her. She wants to know how to do computer pictures like this. How did you learn?
14/Nov/09 3:27 AM
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P. J. O'Rourke Quotes (American political satirist) Part 3

- Seriousness is stupidity sent to college.

- Staying married may have long-term benefits. You can elicit much more sympathy from friends over a bad marriage than you ever can from a good divorce.

- The More...
14/Nov/09 3:28 AM
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Yes, Kathy, Little Plum really likes the "secret password" aspect of the Ichthus, and also that the way the fish was pointing in the catacombs gave directions to the assembly places.

Something interesting: the fish's head can point up, left or right, but if it points with the More...
14/Nov/09 3:43 AM
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><((((°> Very cool!
What are these called (besides fish lol)?
14/Nov/09 3:45 AM
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on April 1st in France April Fish are given. These are usually made of chocolate nowadays. The tradition comes from the change to the Gregorian Calendar. Before, New Year was celebrated 25th Mars to 1st April. Thus coinciding with the end of Pisces. Best to google April Fish for more accurate detail.
14/Nov/09 4:20 AM
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*JOKE* received today
While the C-5 was turning over its engines, a female crewman gave the G.I.s on board the usual information regarding seat belts, emergency exits, etc.
Finally, she said, 'Now sit back and enjoy your trip while your captain, Judith Campbell, and crew take you safely to More...
14/Nov/09 4:23 AM
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Sorry if anyone was offended by the last joke I posted but hubby just explained it to me The B*x Office is not a phrase in use this side of the pond.
14/Nov/09 4:27 AM
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Ian - Is it true that the 'meep' shall inherit the earth..?
14/Nov/09 4:44 AM
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Good "Quote" Gannie - have been busy sending it on to friends (former?) and family.
14/Nov/09 4:51 AM
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14/Nov/09 5:03 AM
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nice an easy on the brain today.
14/Nov/09 5:27 AM
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Nice puppies!
14/Nov/09 5:31 AM
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