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August 30 - "The current recessions that we're in right now is being orchestrated by uber-rich
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The current recessions that we're in ... right now ... is being orchestrated by ... uber-rich group called Bilderberg. President Obama's a member of ... of Bilderberg. President Bush was. ... Rick Perry is. ... So is John Kerry. ... So, if you wonder why ... you don't have a job and why the dollar's fallin', it's being orchestrated by a bunch of rich folks that could care less about the United States. ... They just wanna see the demise the United States and new world order. ... They're in some of the guise of globalists. So, look it up on the Internet. It's there. Bye!

In regard to the sign of the dry cleaners ... there lots of Eagles who would like to be dawgs, but not too many dawgs who'd like to be Eagles. ... That's the way it is. ... So, I hope this sets things straight. Bye!

Will someone please call in and tell me ... why is it OK for some people to ... post up in the ... Kmart parkin' lot and not be charged with loitering and others can ... not post up in the parkin' lot and ... because they'll be charged with loitering? Is this really a country of double standards?

The Georgia Southern Eagles football team ... a whole 135 strong, were guests of our church, St. Matthew's, last Sunday for Mass and lunch. What a wonderful group of young men. It was sure a pleasure meeting them and joining these fine young men for lunch. ... Congratulations, team! You are t ... to be commended. And coaches, you, too. What a nice group of fellows you have. Polite, courteous ... certainly taking their time to share with the parishioners. We appreciated their coming ... and pray constantly.

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