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InOBU BS: The Quakers (114* d) RE: BS: The Quakers 18 Jan 11


Hi Donuel: I think thee might mean Tom Fox, who was working on exposing the torture at Abu Greb when persons unkown tortured him to death. Yes, some Quakers do good work. But, we seem, as a community of faith to do best on the fronteers. We can't be trusted with property jointly anymore I am afraid. We came to the new world to do good, and did very well indeed, it is often said.
Once we were a revolutionary faith, now we are a fat old pussy cat, eyeing with distrust anyone who comes to close to our food or our favorite pillow.

Alan! Tried to email you but my theater's computor would not let me either save or send - some program as yet unregistered. That was around midnight last night, it is now almost 8 am, back at work... I will try and send you that PM. I printed it out... and as soon as things are in a controlable state of anarchy here, I will be able to send it.

On the subject of Tom Scott, we have had a number of Quakers who lived and died for their faith, Mary Dyer being another of them. I feel we really dishonnor them when our Meetings take so lightly our responsibility to conduct our business with integrity, simplicity, truth, peacefull intentions,

oh well...
Lorcan


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