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3. Billy Graham

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85 - well past average life expectancy - and could pop his clogs soon.

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Hi Catherine

 

We have Billy covered - however 85 isn't usually good enough to be a certain for the list

 

Our rule of thumb is 90 or seriously ill - this doesn't always get us to 50 and we were some way short last year so there is sometimes room for the young ones

 

I'll send out my researcher and see if he's been unwell recently

 

Mr Stats

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New poster, hope that's all right.

 

The Reverend Billy Graham, 85, is in stable condition after a fall. Possible fractured pelvis, second fall this year. Candidate?

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Hello,

 

It's been a while since i last posted a topic on the forum.

 

In today's News of the World, there's a small article regarding Bily Grahams health. He was rushed to hospital with a possible hairline pelvis fracture.

 

Anyway he's in a stable condition, but you'l never know..............

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:( Maybe he will drop dead, especially after he hears himself on the new Richard Nixon tapes. A flase phrophet he is indeed! SHAME ON HIM! God have mercy on him for preaching secretly against Jews

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The old boy has been mentioned on this forum before, but I thought this was of interest from Saturday's "Times" :

 

Evangelist Graham embarks on "last crusade"

 

'In what many could be his last crusade, Billy Graham, the evangelist, is to preach to as many as 200,00 Californians at the weekend ...

 

Mr Graham, though, is praying for strength. "We're now having some thought about going to New York next June", he said this week. "If the Lord gives me the strength here, it will be an indication that I can go there.' :pop:

 

 

The article goes on to mention that he suffers from Parkinsons as has had two falls this year resulting in a fractured pelvis.

 

Some interesting theological discussion could be on the cards betwwen Billy, Ian Paisley and JP2 ...

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Glad I found this MB...

Shame indeed on Billy Graham..

For backing the Evil one. In his statement, during a prayer session for Bush. In it, he stated that GOD must have been involved in Bush's re election.

This is unforgivable and puts me to shame, if not the whole of humanity !

 

My GOD makes love and peace ! NOT war. this is not my GOD.

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God also has common sense :lol:

Interesting remark, Weatherman.

 

Care to explain?

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If God has common sense, why did he invent quantum mechanics ?

 

Anyway, I'd've though God was above voting for political parties. He has enough trouble just deciding which religion is best, as he keeps having prophets invent new ones.

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My GOD makes love and peace !

Cool. My one tries that whole 'immaculate conception' crap.

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Quote from the Four Horsemen in an earlier post

 

Is now an appropriate time to point out that God doesn't actuallly exist and his [Reggie's] quotes and raison d'etre are ultimately pointless?

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Shame indeed on Billy Graham... during a prayer session... he stated that GOD must have been involved in Bush's re election.

 

Rather than putting election results down to divine intervention, (whichever way you believe your God(s) may vote) you may wish to at least consider the possibility that the outcome of the democratic process was actually the will of the [uS] people, as lorded over by so many flag-waving US citizens as the paragon of the free world.

 

After all, isn't this the very model of excellence that the US is keen to export to other less fortunate countries?

 

You're not suggesting it's either a flawed model or completely open to ballot-rigging by deities who the Rev Bill is in regular contact with are you, Guest?

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God also has common sense  :lol:

Interesting remark, Weatherman.

 

Care to explain?

He has common sense not to choose a man that never would have had enough cash to run for president if not for those bottles of Ketsup.

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If God has common sense, why did he invent quantum mechanics ?

If god has common sense, he's been terribly stingy with it for an awfully long time.

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He has common sense not to choose a man that never would have had enough cash to run for president if not for those bottles of Ketsup.

ketchup or catsup, not ketsup. Tsk, tsk. Go to the bottom of the class Weatherman.

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God also has common sense  :lol:

Interesting remark, Weatherman.

 

Care to explain?

He has common sense not to choose a man that never would have had enough cash to run for president if not for those bottles of Ketsup.

I wish our American chums could make up their minds... is it God or money that gets you to the White House?

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Not to mention the questionable implication by Mr Weatherman that it is somehow not clever to marry into money.

 

 

 

And the other questionable implication that the other contender was in some (or any) way clever(er).

 

 

Oh to be young again, and omniscient!

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Oh to be young again, and omniscient!

What you were omnicient once?

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Oh to be young again, and omniscient!

I agree. Youth is wasted on the young.

 

Was it in Mork & Mindy where one was born old and got younger everyday?

(I could just be making that up, ones mind is not as sharp)

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He has common sense not to choose a man that never would have had enough cash to run for president if not for those bottles of Ketsup.

ketchup or catsup, not ketsup. Tsk, tsk. Go to the bottom of the class Weatherman.

Ketchup is pronounced and spelled in many variations, The germans(me) pretend to pronounce it and spell it that way. In fact, if you search google, you will get 82 pages of people who spell it just like me.

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Aha! I knew it! Weatherman is a German!

 

 

That explains everything.

 

 

 

BTW it should be "just like I do" not "just like me"

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Was it in Mork & Mindy where one was born old and got younger everyday?

Before my time (and I never watched the C4 repeats). I do remember that that plotline featured in a particularly cheesy Buck Rogers episode. Cheesy enough for me to recognize it was cheesy at the age of seven or so. :cheese:

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