Friday October 8, 2004

I found my chopsticks!!!

“When a nation calls it prime men to battle, homes are broken, weeping sweethearts say their good-byes, businesses are closed, college careers are wrecked, factories are refitted for wartime production, rationing and discomforts are accepted – all for war. Can we do less for the greatest fight that this world has ever known outside the cross –  this end-time siege on sanity, morality, and spirituality?”
-Leonard Ravenhill

“The greatest battles, the battles that decide our destiny and the destiny of generations yet unborn, are not fought on public platforms, but in the lonely hours of the night and in moments of agony.”
– Samuel Logan Brengle

7 thoughts on “Friday October 8, 2004

  1. fly2abbeyrd

    I think that’s because, I got a Xanga after I read Shawna’s. And then I read her friends’. They were interesting, and no one from around here has one, so…that’s that. Night….the eprop stalemate continues…

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  2. fly2abbeyrd

    I think you think it’s weird because I’ve only met 2 of the 5 people that are on my list. The others I found through those 2 peoples’ sites. But I still don’t know how you made your way to mine. So. Neither chopsticks nor Leonard Ravenhill nor Samuel Logan Brengle get eprops today. 🙂

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  3. viper20

    One of our founding fathers said the following, (danz version, of course)
    “From time to time a generation must shed it’s blood to remind itself of the price of those who have given thier blood for the freedom we now live under”
    My generation has never known the ultimate sacrifice of war. Therefore some have very little appreciation of this thing called freedom. A deep heart felt THANK YOU! To all our veterans who have served this country and gave all to preserve our freedom.

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