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By jaskyriddims - / Wednesday 16 September 2009 19:58 / Dominica
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Hahahaha, fucking seriously. "cletus wut's we gonn' name da new kid?" "i daw no, bobbi jo. why don't we's name it chevy like our otha kid pontiac?" *spits in spittoon and chugs moonshyne* But, OP lives in Dominica.

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Hahahaha, fucking seriously. "cletus wut's we gonn' name da new kid?" "i daw no, bobbi jo. why don't we's name it chevy like our otha kid pontiac?" *spits in spittoon and chugs moonshyne* But, OP lives in Dominica.

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Not 'anyone who goes to church'. Some families are still close enough to do that... most though don't really have 'family dinners', let alone 'family prayer'. Maybe its because the OP is in a different country? Maybe their values, such as family time, haven't diminished like the US.

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Yes, 'anyone who goes to church,' since going to church is gathering to pray. I never said that churchgoers are the only people who gather to pray. I was just giving #12 an example of people who actually gather to pray.

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xD I HOPE there's no mass argument coming on! I was just clearing up what I said. Besides, even if there was a mass argument coming on, I'd lose. The pressure's on (Mercy has her popcorn!) and I'd get nervous.

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You would not lose, Pandasaur. Because I love mass arguments, and I would back you up, and I'm reasonably certain it would be very easy to prove that people who go to church usually gather to pray.

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