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May 8 - ... The concert Saturday at the Averitt Center ... by Michael Braz ... benefit for Brian Mur
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Delete - Merge Up... The concert Saturday at the Averitt Center ... by Michael Braz ... benefit for Brian Murkison was absolutely magnificent! ... I'm sorry that some of you missed it, because it was so wonderful. ... I hope they will do it again. ... Thank you.

The Kingdom of God ... and His eternal blessings ... order like a fire. ... Why is it so hard for some to make up their minds .... to choose to defy? ... It's a no-brainer. ... Actually, it's all about believing. ... Believe in the Lord Jesus Christ and be saved.

Relationships nowadays is like ... purchasin' a new car. ... When my grandparents was alive, they got married, loved one 'til death do us part. ... Nowadays, you find a woman or any ... person or relationship ... it's like findin' a old wore-out Ford Pinto. ... Needs rebuildin' ... wore out. You got to ... overhaul it and ... take the fenders off of it and have 'em ... the rust stains out of it. ... Dem transmissions ain't worth a damn!

Front page headline: 'Economy hurting Social Security.' How can that possibly be when we're told over and over and over again how great the economy is doing now?

I'm callin' about the response in the ... Soundoff ... on Tuesday's ... paper about the ... the babboon. I just like to know if you're one of the babboons.

This is a message to the four ... young males who went to the movie theater ... the other night. ... They talked ... through the movie ... using very poor language. ... They were representing ... all right. They were representing a really ... sad part of ... of ... how bad they could be.

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