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Re: April Greetings

Post by joecool on April 21st 2014, 9:51 am

Maybe we should rename the "Complainer's Corner" to "Bless Their Hearts." Probably see a huge jump in posts. Wink 

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Post by Claymore on April 21st 2014, 12:11 pm

joecool wrote:Maybe we should rename the "Complainer's Corner" to "Bless Their Hearts." Probably see a huge jump in posts. Wink 

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Post by ccm2361 on April 21st 2014, 6:57 pm

Howdy fellas
Had a wonderful Easter! Oddly, it was the first time in my life, that I did not spend Easter with extended family. (My family chose to do an 11AM brunch-sorry we're going to church! & Christi's brother had a sick kid)
The 4 of us were invited over to eat by a couple in our church (With no close relatives) Plus Pastor & his wife were there as well. We all had a great time!

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Post by RRCmdrBennett on April 21st 2014, 7:12 pm

Oh Bruce thats hilarious. I know it from a firsthand account that Walmart will play hard ball with manufactures like rubbermaid. Threaten to not sell thrir products unless they can reduce their wholesale costs. They come in to suppliers and manufactures and tell them close those factories and open them in Mexico or overseas. Running what American manufacturing jobs out of the country. How Amercan is that?  Despite all the good thing people say about Sam Walton he would do the same. Only back when Walmart started we didn't have NAAFTA. Walmart is famous for low prices, low wages, lousy service, low payroll (causes lousy service), stripped all benefits of longevity away. 


Back before my day workers got 1 1/2 hours rate on Sun. When I started we could negotiate our starting pay, got a $1 premium on Sun, .40 cents after 90 days, and a discount card six days later. Now no raise for 12 months, discount card after 90 days, no Sun premium, and expected to do twice the work with half the help you really need. Old timers even got $10 a year at Christmas every yr they'd throw in xtra $10 for up to 20 years it would be $200 bonus dropped in your check every Christmas. No more!  High deductibles and high premiums. Takes a year to qualify for benefits if fulltime. 


Going back to manufacturers they'll secure a "special" line of Levis you think are good brand name only if you buy them at Walmart they are substandard compared to Levis bought elsewhere. I don't buy shoes there anymor either. They fall a part in under a month.

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Post by RRCmdrBennett on April 21st 2014, 10:50 pm

ccm2361 wrote:Howdy fellas
Had a wonderful Easter! Oddly, it was the first time in my life, that I did not spend Easter with extended family. (My family chose to do an 11AM brunch-sorry we're going to church! & Christi's brother had a sick kid)
The 4 of us were invited over to eat by a couple in our church (With no close relatives) Plus Pastor & his wife were there as well. We all had a great time!

I think that's a slap in the face to invite family to a brunch on Easter Sunday!  Even the heathens will go to church on Easter.

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Post by Claymore on April 21st 2014, 11:19 pm

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ccm2361 wrote:Howdy fellas
Had a wonderful Easter! Oddly, it was the first time in my life, that I did not spend Easter with extended family. (My family chose to do an 11AM brunch-sorry we're going to church! & Christi's brother had a sick kid)
The 4 of us were invited over to eat by a couple in our church (With no close relatives) Plus Pastor & his wife were there as well. We all had a great time!

I think that's a slap in the face to invite family to a brunch on Easter Sunday!  Even the heathens will go to church on Easter.

Some of that MAY come from Their Point of View.

Maybe the Others go to 9:00 Services and are done by 10:30 AM.

The last 2 Assembly of God and Church of God churches that we attended did not have services on Christmas Day -- stating that it is a time for Family Fellowship.

My son's Fiance came to visit us last Christmas.  She is Lutheran, and when her parents learned that we didn't go to church on Christmas Day, they went ballistic, considering us to be the worst of Heathens.  We had been going to A/G and C/O/G for over 20 years, and didn't think of it.

And I SHOULD have known better.  I was raised Catholic, and Christmas is a Mandatory Observance in that Denomination.

So let's be careful about who we call "Heathen". They may be saying the same thing about us for similar reasons.

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Post by joecool on April 21st 2014, 11:28 pm

Claymore wrote: I was raised Catholic, and Christmas is a Mandatory Observance in that Denomination.

I was raised Catholic as well. I can remember only one thing from my confirmation lessons, but it's still crystal clear after nearly a half century. Said Sister _____ without a smile, "It's okay if you miss mass once in awhile. But if you ever miss Easter, it's all over! There's no coming back."  affraid 

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Post by RRCmdrBennett on April 22nd 2014, 6:11 am

Ok, just saying Sunday morning seems like odd time to get together on Easter. Heathen may have been strong. 

I see much of the "Easter" and "Christmas" traditions as man's traditions of pagan origin than of biblical mandate. Easter traditions of bunnies and colored eggs comes from pagan holiday of Ishtar.


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Post by Mark Jones on April 22nd 2014, 7:24 am

We are all AG and had a easter egg hunt. JW's taught me that reasoning with the scriptures can lead one down a road of legalisms. Pretty soon you can't do anything or go anywhere because someone did something at some time in the past... So after 365 of those you can't do nothing now.

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Post by Claymore on April 22nd 2014, 10:59 am

Good points, Mark.

The Jews became so Legalistic that they were only allowed to walk a certain number of steps on the Sabbath. They completely forgot the concept that "Man is not there for the Sabbath, the Sabbath is there for Man".

Not saying, at all, that we shouldn't use Sunday, Easter, Thanksgiving, etc. to honor God. I just don't think that God wants us to whack our heads with a hammer, just because it feels so good when you stop (aka taking a point to silliness).

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Post by RRCmdrBennett on April 22nd 2014, 7:29 pm

I have no issue with remembering the Lord's death at Easter or his birth at Christmas. Weought to be mature adults and mature Christians to understand the extras we participate in have no relation to Christ. If you want to die eggs and send the kiddos out to hunt them down more power to you but it is not of Christian origin. Just isn't for me. 

Does it really bother you all that I disregard the secular traditions that are practiced with our religious holidays and focus on the essentials?  I've never said ya'll going o hell because you don't like KJV, die eggs, or teach Santa.

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Post by Claymore on April 23rd 2014, 1:02 am

The Pharisees were "Religious Attorneys".

They Cut, Dissected, and Interpreted the Scriptures, then wagged their fingers and passed judgement on those who did not fall into line with their teachings.

The only people that I am aware of whom Jesus rebuked were the Pharisees (and Satan, but he's not a "people").

I am not calling anyone a "Pharisee", but only saying that I try to go out of my way to not emulate them.

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Post by Phillip Gross on April 23rd 2014, 3:31 am

I guess there's a fine line there somewhere. I agree with Claymore that we're not to be modern day Pharisees, but I also believe that we are to help bring those around us up to higher standards when we can. NOW, we're not always right in what we think, so I believe that it's good to keep in mind that we're called to sharpen each other like "iron sharpens iron". Which one is "better"? Neither all the time, but either sometimes. Jesus is the rock that we should all go back to to really sharpen our sword! Everything else is just keeping the rust off. In my mind that puts things into perspective when I go into a disagreement with someone on anything outside of my life and death beliefs; Jesus is God's son, Jesus is the only way to heaven, etc.

I don't really have an opinion on eggs. I never understood the bunny aspect, but I guess I assumed the dyed eggs represented Jesus taking on the sins of the world and then pealing them represented when he arose white as snow. But I never studied it...
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Post by Mark Jones on April 23rd 2014, 7:30 am

I like what Paul said. If it convicts you then don't eat it. Yet don't put your convictions on others as they may not have that conviction.

Coming out of a cult that is wrapped up in legalism and do's and do not's. I like Pauls way so much better.

Again if we get into the leagalisms then you can no longer say Monday, Tuesday and so on... months of the year.. yup so many things that it would make one almost useless.

I also think when you have kids it makes you stop and think of the fun your cutting out for your kids. I know I had a bunch cut out for no real reason other than someone elses conviction. It's a sad thing to me. So many years of no Christmas....it's a pagan holiday.

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Post by joecool on April 23rd 2014, 9:39 am

Phillip Gross wrote: I never understood the bunny aspect

Bunnies have a very powerful lobby, and they always seek to expand their influence and power. After all, if one can attack a president and get away scot-free, that says something.

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Post by RRCmdrBennett on April 23rd 2014, 10:22 pm

When one shares a conviction don't ASSume I am putting that on others. 

The bunny is an animal that represent a fertility goddess because of its high rate reproduction. The coloring of eggs has its roots in human child sacrifice, the eggs were dipped in human blood to gain her favor. 

We can celebrate the resurrection and remember his death and even celebrate his birth without all the other foorahrah without being labeled a pharisee or Satan. Jesus never cared for the traditions of the elders either. 

Can Easter and Christmas be exciting times of the year without the non essentials that are allegedly so much fun that I am "warping" my future children's minds by depriving them?  

I much prefer to know the truth of something and make an informed decision. Unfortunately, most people are sheep and tend to follow the one ahead of them. They get angry if their illusions are shattered or even questioned. 

Philip, I agree in our quest to be anti-pharisee we could end up like many mainline churches that accept gay clergy. I mean barring gays is so legalistic...  At some point we draw the line, we all have a line somewhere.

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Post by Mark Jones on April 24th 2014, 7:15 am

I have been there Dan.  Had the book tshirt and the bitterness.  When we are hiding eggs with my 2 AG Pastors and my 4 Term AG Missionary at their home...were not doing any of those things your talking about.  We are sharing family time laughing and watching our children take a basket and gather candy in plastic containers that resemble a egg.  Nothing more precious than to see your granddaughter that is 2 years old open one and say Crookers for crackers and CANDIE for Candy.  Precious times for sure.  All the time giving God praise and thanking Him for what he did at the Cross for us.  

I can take Christmas and Birthdays and using the Bible could paint anyone doing those things as pagans.  I know better because we are not doing what they did back then.  Even though we are doing simulair things..it's not for Pagan reasons.  It's for family, fun and to God be the Glory. It's whats in your heart that matters.  

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RRCmdrBennett wrote:When one shares a conviction don't ASSume I am putting that on others. 

The bunny is an animal that represent a fertility goddess because of its high rate reproduction. The coloring of eggs has its roots in human child sacrifice, the eggs were dipped in human blood to gain her favor. 

We can celebrate the resurrection and remember his death and even celebrate his birth without all the other foorahrah without being labeled a pharisee or Satan. Jesus never cared for the traditions of the elders either. 

Can Easter and Christmas be exciting times of the year without the non essentials that are allegedly so much fun that I am "warping" my future children's minds by depriving them?  

I much prefer to know the truth of something and make an informed decision. Unfortunately, most people are sheep and tend to follow the one ahead of them. They get angry if their illusions are shattered or even questioned. 

Philip, I agree in our quest to be anti-pharisee we could end up like many mainline churches that accept gay clergy. I mean barring gays is so legalistic...  At some point we draw the line, we all have a line somewhere.
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Post by ccm2361 on April 26th 2014, 8:27 pm

you guys are getting a little heavy for the greetings thread  Laughing 

Had a busy week. ended up with 42 hours at the end of Thursday, so I got Friday off  Cool  nice 3 day weekend

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Post by Claymore on April 26th 2014, 9:51 pm

ccm2361 wrote:you guys are getting a little heavy for the greetings thread Laughing

But in three days, it will be May, we will have a new thread going, and this will be relinquished to the Dustpan of the Archives.

(Kind-of an appropriate resting place for a thread that gets a bit testy.)

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Post by RRCmdrBennett on April 26th 2014, 11:56 pm

Claymore wrote:
ccm2361 wrote:you guys are getting a little heavy for the greetings thread  Laughing

But in three days, it will be May, we will have a new thread going, and this will be relinquished to the Dustpan of the Archives.

(Kind-of an appropriate resting place for a thread that gets a bit testy.)

Or I could split it into its own topic and we can discuss it till Jesus returns... Haha. If I got too testy I should have added, "bless their hearts".

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Post by RRCmdrBennett on April 27th 2014, 12:15 am

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I learned several things that products are designed with a color scheme to easily catch our eye and separate their products from the competitor's line up. I actually taught him that scanning the price tag doesn't help when using scan to set. He was impressed I knew that. My asst mgr chimed in I was the best stocker they had from overnights. Feedback from my Zone MS was The store mgr was happy overall wih dairy. We'll probably tour frozen next week. Today all my MS "super powers" finally kicked in so I can manually order and reduce price points on soon to be expired merchandise. My email access is back. For some reason since Thurs a week ago I couldn't login to it. I think there was an outlook exchange upgrade that screwed it up. Half the people I explained it to said regular associates don't get an email and others say yes. I had emails sitting in my box from 7 yrs ago. I also have been getting recall emails and job offers since I passed the MS assessment test. Having the email account allowed me to inform management of our progress and keep my old MS aware of what he needed to do on my days off. I know that sounds odd to be managing your boss. Even though it was addressed to my old MS he taught me if I send emails to CC the entire chain of command up to store mgr. I used it to get myself in their crosshairs for promotion.

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Post by Mark Jones on April 27th 2014, 11:08 am

It's going to be a great month! A even greater year! Growth is on it's way!
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Post by ccm2361 on April 28th 2014, 7:51 pm

Amen to that!

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Post by Claymore on April 29th 2014, 12:37 am

We had tornadoes rip through the area today.

Since we have the only full/finished basement in the family, our home was the "rally point".  Thirteen people in all, ranging in age from 7 to 80.

We had microwave, refrigerator, and watched the weather on TV.  The local Weatherman had to call for evacuation, as a tornado swept through Tupelo.

To see the video, go to the link & click the "play" arrow on the weather man.  They were just switching on "backup" power as this video begins:

About 3/4 way into the video, there is about a 5-second hesitation, but it picks up again.

Also, you can hear the noise from the tornado increase, as they leave the studio:

http://fox10tv.com/2014/04/28/tornardo-forces-meteorologist-to-evacuate-station-on-live-tv/

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Post by ccm2361 on April 29th 2014, 6:48 pm

wow!  affraid 
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