WT and the Masons - pt 14
I hope Kenneson reads this thread. Many of the questions he has been asking are answered in this thread.
Excuse me for popping in, but it's suddenly struck me...
...I don't mean to be personal and all, but given that y'all follow one another around so much and so closely, and seem to be, well, such good buddies, chums even, well...
...well I don't know how to ask, but enquiring minds want to know...
...are ya heterosexual?
Lt this was the best so far lol
Are ya heterosexual heheheheheheh lol hehehehlol
truth about the truth: Im sure you have noticed as well as I have that people like LittleToe, and Z here, have absolutely nothing to refute on these Mason threads that they have now stooped to low brow, personal attacks. Just makes it easier for us I guess.
Just makes it easier for us I guess.
Is that like KY?
"Is that like KY?"
Point proven Moving on:Seven Oaks Masonic Lodge
Masonic Premiers of Manitoba H. J. Clarke 1872-74 R. A. Davis 1874-78 J. Norquay 1878-87 D. H. Harrison 1887-88 T. Greenway 1888-1900 Sir H. J. Macdonald 1900 Sir R. P. Roblin 1900-15 T. C. Norris 1915-22 J. Bracken 1922-43 S. S. Garson 1943-48 D. L. Campbell 1948-58 D. Roblin 1958-68
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Do what you can, with what you have, where you are. Theodore Roosevelt - 26th president of US (1858 - 1919)
Even if you're on the right track, you'll get run over if you just sit there. Will Rogers - US humorist & showman (1879 - 1935)
There is no security on this earth, there is only opportunity. General Douglas MacArthur - US WWII general & war hero (1880 - 1964)
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There was a point?
Seems pretty pointless to me.
So the WTS original founder had some wacky beliefs that some obscure obsessionalists believe had something to do with Freemasonry. So some modern-day "Bible Student" group have occasion to hire Masonic halls for their conventions.
WTF has that got to do with the modern-day JWs, who hold the Bible Students to be the evil slave class and now cast Freemasonry in a negative light?
You've never adequately explained to me how any of your so-called "research" damages the WTS.
For your continuing enjoyment and pleasure I offer the following link for your perusal:
I also offer you a point:
Is that like KY?
LT I have just nearly spewed my hot chocolate all over my desk thanks to you and your comments!
Oh, I read it alright. But I'm not so easily hoodwinked as you seem to be. So, Russell and the Bible Students held meetings in Masonic Lodges or Temples! That's supposed to prove they are Masons!
In order to cover the costs of maintaining and renovating their temples, Masons rented out a room in their temples for public meetings, whether it be religious (Baptists, Episcopalian, Y.M.C.A., etc.), or social (plays, concerts), etc.
Why doesn't Springmeier also tell us that?