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October 31, 2006


Tim, I think that is great. It looks like you all had a lot of fun. I dispise the us angainst them attitude. I read this the other day in a book by Richard Rohr. It is a quote from Saint Frances. Your outing reminded me of the approach. "The best criticisim of the bad is the practice of the better." Just go the side and do it different.

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