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I couldn't agree more, part of life is dealing with your disagreements and your anger. It is interesting what details come up in the news, some forgiving, some harsh. It is difficult to imagine, what it would be like to be sitting in church, a place where everyone is accepted, where strangers are welcomed and then to experience such tragedy, an illustration of hatred before your own eyes.
This reminds me of a work by Barbara Kruger,"All violence is an illustration of a pathetic stereotype."
The pizza is great, beer selection is fantastic, live bands are nice, too.
Only negative is that every time I have been, it's terrible service. Waiters deliver your pizza to another table... 5 minutes later you get the pizza passed over to you. Not to mention, once we had a waiter who would just randomly walk off as we were mid-sentence of ordering. silly.
I totally agree, Jack. No one really carpools anymore. Especially all of these people with huge SUV's. Example: I accidentally took a wrong turn and ended up near Oak Ridge at rush hour yesterday, to my sight was an endless amount of SUV's pouring out right at 5:15. These vehicles could hold at least 4 people. Why aren't people taking advantage of carpooling?
i think it's merely the fact that he owned these books, it's obvious in a variety of ways that he was sympathetic to an anti-liberal agenda. ...if sympathetic could even describe him. either way, there needs to be a point in every man's rhetoric where he stops to respect anothers.
He sounds amazing, wish I were in Knoxville then.