1. No ad-hominem
2. No spamming or shilling
https://thecloakonline.blogspot.com/201 ... -it_5.html
"Well, you can only do so much to help others, and trust me, through the church and various other charitable organisations, we do plenty to help folk who need it, all of which represents the infrastructure of our 'little island', including the Christian lifestyle we live, where our doors are open at all times to our friends and family, and any other nice people we meet in the 'real world', who we then share our 'little island' with
We're very generous, kind and considerate to people we like."
awwww!!, what a saintly fellow marco is (but two devout catholics w/ no kids?? - hmmmm, all's not quite what it seems?).
marco is the opposite of the type of person who would behave like this:
http://thecrossovernetwork.co.uk/forum/ ... ing-Emails
So are a lot of people dude, it’s the ones you do not like, cause you something you don’t like. What did they tell you at church about those and how you are supposed to be towards them. Remember? Do you have a crown of thorns on the quiet? I don’t few of us have.
Vanity, vanity all is vanity. Telling people how wonderful and caring you are is a bit of a sin, undoes any credit in that account.
Thank you for the amusement you provide.