April 03, 2006

You can't get away from them

When I got back to the flat last night and turned on the television, TVE2 were showing the Boat Race.

4 Comments:

At April 03, 2006 1:38 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It seems you're Oxford experience did you some major damage. I can't really relate being an ex-poly turned uni student. But I always disliked the type of students u get at those red brick unis. So I probably can relate to you in some form or another. I would'nt like to go to a place filled with tory boys. Wait ain't that a bit like the lot at the harry's place blog?

 
At April 03, 2006 2:12 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

bastardos ingleses en barcas!

 
At April 05, 2006 4:06 pm, Blogger Tom Chivers said...

But on the other hand, 50% of them are losers at the Boat Race.

 
At September 15, 2015 6:01 am, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The rites of the Catholic Church are for the glory of an Almighty God, namely the Holy Trinity. The beauty and deeply spiritual practices were known as Christianity until satan got a good grip on some people. Now tthose who follow in their footsteps, Protestans, love to bash Catholicism and deny the fact the it IS a CHRISTIAN church. In fact, it is the ORIGINAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH. If it weren't for us, we would not have hospitals, schools, orphanages, and the Protestants would not have had a Bible to take books out of. If it were not for Catholicism, Protestants would not know Jesus Christ, because considering the fact that Peter was the first pope, and that we are the original Christians, Christianity would've died out after He ascended into heaven. Therefore I would just like to say: look back through the history of your church. What year was it founded? If it's not 33 A.D. , it's not true Christianity, it is not the church founded by the Lord Our God, Jesus Christ. It seems that the ones who, aside from Lutherans, love to bash us most is Pentecostals. Who were founded in 1812 (or sometime around that). Please, tell me about your two hundred years of tradition and why you know more. Oh us? Yeah, we've just been sitting here, learning as much as we can about our Savior (ahem and Founder) for the past 2000 years. Yes, three zeroes.

 

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