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Food: An American Icon February 16, 2008

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A nostalgic trip through the memories of the taste, aromas and traditions of food special to all Americas. Remember those favorite dinners, the aroma of McDonald’s hamburgers wafting through the air on a summer night? The smells and tastes of a Thanksgiving day? This article brings it all home.

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Best Known Christian February 16, 2008

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The best known Christian of the 20th century was not Albert Sweitzer, Mother Teresa, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Billy Graham or Martin Luther King, Jr. It was Adolf Hitler. In December 1941, he said, “If I live my life according to my God-given insights, then I cannot go wrong and even if I do, I know I have acted in good faith.”  by Robert Flynn.

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Long Story Short Interviews Author Robert Flynn February 16, 2008

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Long Story Short (www.alongstoryshort.net ) interviews Robert Flynn, prolific author of more than a dozen books, both fiction and non-fiction. In the interview, he tells of his life growing up on the farm, his first work, his inspirations, his writing routine and a bit about his personal life. He is known for his amazing gift for turning a phrase.

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The Joys of DSL February 16, 2008

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Oh my! It was long anticipated and brought tears to my eyes – I was off dial-up at last!

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John Wayne Must Die by Robert Flynn February 16, 2008

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When i was young I saw a lot of John Wayne. I watched him kill a lot of people. All of them bad, most of them Indians. He was also pretty good at killing Japanese, but not so good at killing Germans. John Wayne didn’t die. Not in the movies. Written by Robert Flynn, author and Cowboy Hall of Famer – http://www.robert-flynn.net/

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DO YOU HAVE A RAPTURE LAWYER? by Robert Flynn February 16, 2008

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A tongue in cheek view of the modern world and religion – The Lord is going to return very soon, probably before the next election. If your chances of being raptured are greater than those of a pecan pie at a Baptist picnic you need a rapture lawyer. As you rise into glory, what happens to your estate? See Robert Flynn’s website: www.robert-flynn.net

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LIFE PLUS TEN:  INJUSTICE IN A SMALL TOWN by Jean Marie Ram February 16, 2008

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The true story of Georgia inmate Billy Crowder as featured on American Justice and CourtTV. Infamously known as the Tomato Patch Murder, Billy has been incarcerated for over a decade because of the excessive and unjust sentence he was given by Judge Robert L. Russell, III. The article features case history and updates. http://www.billycrowder.com/

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I Call Myself a Gardener February 16, 2008

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An avid gardener from the age of 10, I have now all but surrendered my passion for gardening. I reside at 8000 feet in elevation in the Rocky Mountains, where the elements work hand in hand to torment unassuming folks like me.

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The Infamous Airsick Bag February 16, 2008

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On a return flight from Florida, I sat next to a young man who suddenly rummaged around the pocket in front of him and pulled out the barf bag. Oh, God, no! He leaned forward and urped right into that bag. He urped again, and again. Then he wiped his mouth and sat back, holding the neck of the clearly liquid-filled bag out in front of him.

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Christianity and Reason by Robert Flynn, author February 16, 2008

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The diversity of Christian belief can be explained in part because in varying degrees Christians have applied reason to dogma, mysticism, tradition and sacred scriptures. Some of us search the Bible for obscure scriptures to justify our prejudices. Some of us read the Bible in peculiar ways to justify our traditions. www.robert-flynn.net

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