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Does that mean she practices transpondental mediation?

Mediation? Truly? Not on your nelly.

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Robin Bignall
Hertfordshire
England
Jess Askin typed thus:

What's AUE?

If you're reading this then you are in it.

And what does WHOOSH stand for?

Regards,
Mark Barratt
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Mark Barratt typed thus:
Jess Askin typed thus: If you're reading this then you are in it.

And what does WHOOSH stand for?

It stands for: I must review the whole message before replying to apparently simple questions.

David
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The Web site also tells us Today, the (George Washington's) teeth can be viewed at the University of Maryland's National Museum of Dentistry. I will add that information to my treasured golden nuggets of knowledge.

Or collection of anecdotes. Not, of course, that there's any difference between the two.

Regards,
Mark Barratt
Jess Askin typed thus: If you're reading this then you are in it.

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We have only out of ornariness spouted hogwash.

Cheers, Harvey
Ottawa/Toronto/Edmonton for 30 years;
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Jess Askin typed thus:

What's AUE?

If you're reading this then you are in it.

Can it be wiped off with a damp cloth?

Rob Bannister
Bible-thumping, yes, but don't people of his ilk also thump Jews as well? I doubt if the word Hebrew is something our boy Bush, the SOB, ever utters.

You forget about the Christian Zionists:
http://www.palestinefacts.org/pf faq palestine christian zionists.php

They would not look kindly upon thumping Jews.
I'm sure Adam and Eve spoke Hebrew.

Yeah, but King James had them speaking English some time ago.

Raymond S. Wise
Minneapolis, Minnesota USA
E-mail: mplsray @ yahoo . com
Bible-thumping, yes, but don't people of his ilk also thump ... Hebrew is something our boy Bush, the SOB, ever utters.

You forget about the Christian Zionists:

Forget is not the word that applies. I'd never heard of them.
http://www.palestinefacts.org/pf faq palestine christian zionists.php They would not look kindly upon thumping Jews.

For sure. Interesting page, but I didn't see in it or in the pages it links to where it said Bush is a Christian Zionist. Can that assumption be made since he's a fundamentalist (I think) or did he say he is one? He has repeatedly said he supports the creation of a Palestinian state. Would a Zionist promote that idea if it meant paring away part of Israel? I wouldn't think that is necessarily in opposition to the perpetuation of a Jewish state, but I don't know enough about Zionism to know how its adherents feel about the question.
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But his actions suggest he doesn't actually support the creation of a Palestinian state: his crowd, regardless of their brand of Christianity, are certainly as Zionist as it's possible for non-Jews to be. A senior British retired Conservative Minister this week went so far as to call the neo-cons "Likud loyalists" in a bruising Guardian article about Blair.
I don't think Bush has actually said it in public, but the line at that end of the Zionist spectrum is that the Palestinians already have a state, and it's Jordan. Transjordanians, who weren't asked, don't all agree with this! Though I remember King Hussein once said it in one of his constant manoeuvres, but he certainly wasn't envisaging the loss of the West Bank.
Mike.
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