The Bible is like one side of a long phone conversation, in which the people we're hearing often repeat what they've just heard, as they've understood it... and sometimes, if we listen closely, we find that Voice on the other end addressing us in the background.

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Awesomely frustrating when that happens(one-way communication) and is accepted as ineffable. Stay tuned for "The Case of Ineffable vs. Mot Juste" airing this 6th day.

Can you also include something on women's summer dresses and fashion. There has been much more interest in that topic. Thanks in advance.



Tony Smith said:

Can you also include something on women's summer dresses and fashion. There has been much more interest in that topic. Thanks in advance.


Women's summer dresses are more fun to look at than their winter dresses. I've forgotten why that is, exactly, but if I look at some I might remember. Is that any help?

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