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No doubt TTRTR would advise Our Lord to stop moping about and find himself a better paying job!

Other bullish advice would no doubt include less turning wine into water at the weekends and other such frivolous wastes of money.

Forgive them Father for they know not what they do.

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No doubt TTRTR would advise Our Lord to stop moping about and find himself a better paying job!

Other bullish advice would no doubt include less turning wine into water at the weekends and other such frivolous wastes of money.

Forgive them Father for they know not what they do.

:D

Truth is he couldnt get a mortgage as he threw the lenders out of the temple. If he had been a bit more accepting they might have allowed a loan for a small starter stable.

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Truth is he couldnt get a mortgage as he threw the lenders out of the temple. If he had been a bit more accepting they might have allowed a loan for a small starter stable.

Wish he'd throw them out again! If only the evangelical Amerian Christians (read 'nutters' if you're not Christian) would lobby to stop the borrowing of money, and move to a more Austrian economic model, then none of this would have happened! All they do is harp on about why some parts of Genisis could be true. :blink:

Why not concetrate about the financial parts of the bible. Much easier to back up and justify. Might get more followers.

Re-reading that, it appears that am I turning into a nutter, not them. :huh:

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No doubt TTRTR would advise Our Lord to stop moping about and find himself a better paying job!

Other bullish advice would no doubt include less turning wine into water at the weekends and other such frivolous wastes of money.

Forgive them Father for they know not what they do.

Actually my advice to a dead person (Jesus is dead) would be to stay right where they are and not worry about it.

Leave life to the living....... :lol::lol:

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Actually my advice to a dead person (Jesus is dead) would be to stay right where they are and not worry about it.

Leave life to the living....... :lol::lol:

I'm sure I've seen "Jesus Lives" on the side of a church.

Wishful thinking perhaps? Or insider information?

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No doubt TTRTR would advise Our Lord to stop moping about and find himself a better paying job!

Other bullish advice would no doubt include less turning wine into water at the weekends and other such frivolous wastes of money.

Forgive them Father for they know not what they do.

I think he may be doing the reverse and turning wine into water,just like the rest of us.

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I'm sure I've seen "Jesus Lives" on the side of a church.

Wishful thinking perhaps? Or insider information?

I heard he has just come to the end of a 2000 year interest only mortgage on a small barn conversion.

His retirement plans are scuppered cos he's had to take on a second job to pay off the outstanding capital.

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