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        03-14-2013, 11:50 PM
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    Thanks for the vote of confidence Faceman. Her last one was big and has one of those heads that are typey but not extreme. She is a high percentage Babson bred mare with 3 lines to the mare Turfa. Shalom
         
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        03-15-2013, 12:03 AM
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    Thanks for the vote of confidence Faceman. Her last one was big and has one of those heads that are typey but not extreme. She is a high percentage Babson bred mare with 3 lines to the mare Turfa. Shalom
    Speaking of your signature "shalom", and this is off topic - sorry folks, but I don't know if you watched much or any of the announcement of the new Pope live the other night, but among the signs and flags in the crowd in St. Peter's Square was a big "shalom" sign that was being held up...I was touched by the gesture...
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        03-15-2013, 12:13 AM
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    I did not see the signs but did see the crowds and am keeping up with the news.
    I find the election of a new Pope very interesting and can remember when the first John Paul and the second were elected.
    A South American Pope bodes well for that continent and ours. This ought to revive interest in the church among the Latin community.
    Don't worry about being off topic the best conversations do wander at times.
    Shouldnt all people want Peace and harmony. Our religions in princple have the same goal. Shalom
         
        03-15-2013, 09:09 PM
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    I did not see the signs but did see the crowds and am keeping up with the news.
    I find the election of a new Pope very interesting and can remember when the first John Paul and the second were elected.
    A South American Pope bodes well for that continent and ours. This ought to revive interest in the church among the Latin community.
    Don't worry about being off topic the best conversations do wander at times.
    Shouldnt all people want Peace and harmony. Our religions in princple have the same goal. Shalom

    That's exactly what I tell my sons - it doesn't matter what religion we follow - the end goal should all be the same - to love and respect each other.

    My house name is called Shalom. We're not particulary religious (it was given the name by the previous owners) but in 17 years, I haven't found a nicer name and I do love it xx

    But back to the topic, I'd definitely try speedy beet xx
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