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Steve S. 
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7-22-2014 02:49 PM         

My deepest known roots go back to Paisley, Scotland. ... But I've been told I'm Scotts-Irish. ... Becawz of the birds, I pray this PBS film works! ... http://www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/episodes/irelands-wild-river/irelands-wild-river/8638/
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Steve S. 
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The County
7-22-2014 12:49 PM         

... Mona, I understand why.
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mona 
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7-22-2014 07:46 AM         

There are times when I wish we had a "like" button. I'd like Judy's last entry.
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Judy 
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7-21-2014 09:55 PM         

well Steve I thought maybe someone might like to see a decisive post here on the com it seems you and Mr.Moore cannot make any decisions and waffle back and forth so much it gets old! If you are not sure of yourself even being an Agnostic which you claim you are but pray to God and still aren't sure.
What do you do, wait to see if Mr. Moore can make up your mind for you. He isn't sure either and they way he describes himself as feeble and limited in knowledge I don't think I'd want him to lead me. If you do not like my reporting or posting, then skip over the posts like I should be doing of some of yours ..Just saying!,,,and all Agnostic say "Amen"!
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Steve S. 
Location:
Presque Isle
7-21-2014 03:35 PM         

Judy, you sure keep a close eye on Facebook.
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Judy 
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7-21-2014 03:29 PM         

We get jaded. All of us. Today, I had a great experience and I am sharing it. Maybe because it makes me less jaded and might make you feel the same way as well. My lovely wife and I were traveling back from a weekend with my son and his "lady-friend". As we were traveling Route 182 we saw a gentleman wheeling his Oldsmobile to the side of the road and it appeared he had a flat. It was hot. My wife, who works with seniors immediately noticed that the man was not young and pointed that out to me. He had come to a stop in a bad spot, at least for changing a tire. If you are from Maine, you know there are no real great spots to change a tire. Paved shoulders here are rare and we all know, you don't get a flat anywhere near a paved shoulder. I pulled up and got out. The gentleman had a catastrophic flat. Gone, baby gone. He was pretty happy we stopped and I told him that I could easily do this for him. It was hot. He was on his way from Belfast where he saw his kids and driving home to Mapleton. I thought to myself, you really shouldn't get there from here, but I am from Maine and know anything is possible if you have a Gazetteer and a sense of adventure. My wife took this photo of Phillip Winslow and I. It was his 85th birthday. All of the sudden it wasn't so hot outside and what a great guy he was to talk to. We found his spare and all the tools and set to work. Now, cars whizzed by over the hill in the background and they did not slow nor move over. I was concerned and asked Phil to at least move to the side of the car near the woods but he wanted to help. He told me that last year he could almost leap up and down and in the past year, the leaping has stopped and he has a more difficult time getting around. I realized shortly that the wheel was "rust-welded" to the rotor and I was not in my truck and thus not carrying my tools (big hammers are a must for these occasions). That's when the lovely and talented Lois stopped. She lived nearby and had a selection of hammers. I asked for a big one and she said she would run to the house and grab a couple. She was the kind of lady that you want to meet when changing a tire. She came right back with two optimum sized hammers and I set to work on banging the wheel off. Perfect I said, this will be easy. Then after returning the hammers to Lois, she left and came back with three waters and an offer for a bathroom. Now, I had met Phil, who I liked very much and Lois, who was becoming my new favorite person. She dropped the water off to us and offered a cool place for Phil to sit if he needed it. He said no, as he likes to help. She left but said she was just up the road if we need any more help. As we continued, the sand gave out and the car came off the jack. Not good. Phil and I laughed a little and then Phil got in our car with the wife to cool off. I called AAA for a good jack and we all waited together. While waiting, a lovely lady stopped in a newer Hyundai and said she had a floor jack in her car. You have to love Maine women, hammers and floor jacks. I told her AAA was coming and soon they did. All was well. We got Phil headed to Eastport for the night as he had not been there in years. He said he really didn't need to get home until the third. Retirement you know. All in all, a great day in Maine. That's how it is here. Thanks Lois. Thanks lady in the Hyundai and Happy 85th birthday to Phil of Mapleton, Maine. I am far less jaded tonight and look forward to returning to Bangor P.D. in the morning. There are great people out there and sometimes you just have to stand on the side of the road to find them.


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mona 
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7-21-2014 02:19 PM         

Steve, You asked this back awhile. There is no contradiction. The first chapter gives the order of the seven days, the second chapter the explains how he did it all In detail.
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Steve S. 
Location:
The County
7-21-2014 11:51 AM         

... seemed reasonable.
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Steve S. 
Location:
The County
7-21-2014 11:39 AM         

Hello Jim, some time ago kibitzer 2 asked me how I could "square" my acceptance of the concept or principle of evolution with Genesis. ... So let me now respond to both of you. ... I was taught evolution in college, and it seemed reasonably to me. ... But in Genesis there are TWO accounts of the "creation" in the first two chapters! ... In the first account, birds and beasts were created before man. In the second, man was created before the birds and beasts. In the first, fowls are made out of the water. In the second, fowls are made out of the ground. In the first, Adam and Eve are created together. In the second, Adam is made; then the beasts and birds, and then Eve is created from one of Adamís ribs. ... The Book of Genesis is simply too hard to follow.
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mona 
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7-21-2014 10:25 AM         

Judy, Hope your far away from those fires.
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