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• Censorship is ugly, but still not the ugliest bird in the sky. Happily, this has never been necessary.

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• With membership comes the unique privilege of calling yourself a Scriner.

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Grizzly Bears

Red Coyote tested the parishioner’s faith by holding open the door for the curious grizzly.

    TAGS:  church, faith, grizzly bears, Red Coyote, parishioners

(V) 1. The act of running up a tree to escape a hungry grizzly that has got a whiff of your double bacon cheeseburger, 2. A group of adolescent boys poking a sleeping bear with a stick, 3. Shaving the back of an extremely hairy Caucasian or Iranian male.

    TAGS:  bears, grizzly bears, shaving, hairy backs, verbs, parts of speech

I've now learned that waking up does not necessarily mean the persistent grizzly bear in your head won't start chasing you through a second dreadful dream.

    TAGS:  dreams, bears, grizzly bears, persistence


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