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20121228

You might be a redneck if

You might be a redneck if you look at this duck tape and think you are fashionable enough to use it... Now not only can you fix something but you can make it look good too!

CH

You might be a redneck if

You might be a redneck if you look at this duck tape and think you are fashionable enough to use it...

Now not only can you fix something but you can make it look good too!

CH

20121226

Day After Christmas 2012

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Yes the Mrs and I went out for the day after Christmas date night!

Had a great conversation with the owner of the company and a good friend.

20121224

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Santa tracker

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It is just amazing what man with modern technology can devise!

In this short video I show you how you can track Santa live in real time as he makes his track around the earth.

Santa tracker

2012-12-24_1025.mp4 Watch on Posterous

It is just amazing what man with modern technology can devise!

In this short video I show you how you can track Santa live in real time as he makes his track around the earth.

Merry Christmas

http://bible.us/Matt1.23.NLT “Look! The virgin will conceive a child!
She will give birth to a son,
and they will call him Immanuel,
which means ‘God is with us.’”

Looking forward...

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Looking forward to a great day spent with the family!

20121223

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MYRRH
mur:

(1) (mor or mowr; Arabic murr]): This substance is mentioned as valuable for its perfume (Ps 45:8; Pr 7:17; So 3:6; 4:14), and as one of the constituents of the holy incense (Ex 30:23; see also So 4:6; 5:1,5,13). Mor is generally identified with the "myrrh" of commerce, the dried gum of a species of balsam (Balsamodendron myrrha). This is a stunted tree growing in Arabia, having a light-gray bark; the gum resin exudes in small tear-like drops which dry to a rich brown or reddish-yellow, brittle substance, with a faint though agreeable smell and a warm, bitter taste. It is still used as medicine (Mr 15:23). On account, however, of the references to "flowing myrrh" (Ex 30:23) and "liquid myrrh" (So 5:5,13), Schweinfurth maintains that mor was not a dried gum but the liquid balsam of Balsamodendron opobalsamum.

See BALSAM.

Whichever view is correct, it is probable that the smurna, of the New Testament was the same. In Mt 2:11 it is brought by the "Wise men" of the East as an offering to the infant Saviour; in Mr 15:23 it is offered mingled with wine as an anesthetic to the suffering Redeemer, and in Joh 19:39 a "mixture of myrrh and aloes" is brought by Nicodemus to embalm the sacred body.

(2) (loT, stakte; translated "myrrh" in Ge 37:25, margin "ladanum"; 43:11): The fragrant resin obtained from some species of cistus and called in Arabic ladham, in Latin ladanum. The cistus or "rock rose" is exceedingly common all over the mountains of Palestine (see BOTANY), the usual varieties being the C. villosus with pink petals, and the C. salviaefolius with white petals. No commerce is done now in Palestine in this substance as of old (Ge 37:25; 43:11), but it is still gathered from various species of cistus, especially C. creticus in the Greek Isles, where it is collected by threshing the plants by a kind of flail from which the sticky mass is scraped off with a knife and rolled into small black balls. In Cyprus at the present time the gum is collected from the beards of the goats that browse on these shrubs, as was done in the days of Herodotus iii.112).

E. W. G. Masterman

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