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April 12, 2008

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If you suddenly church bells ringing out next Tuesday around 4 pm, they ring to mark the arrival of Pope Benedict XVI to the United States for a six day visit, the schedule for which tire out anyone much... [Read More]

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I remember the days of which Obama speaks. Our business in those days was making finishes for shoe manufacturers to use on the shoes which they made in local factories, often in small country towns. I remember the picturesque Mennonite girls working in the factories, wearing their white caps which were proscribed by their religious faith. Change happens and a good thing it does or we would still be natives in the wild. Change may cause disruption, but without change there is no progress. Those who would prescribe how and when and what change must be would remove the inventive genius that comes from free enterprise.

I think this is a great idea. I think 10 minutes is a good time period

"...when Pope Benedict XVIs Shepherd I touches down at Andrews Air Force Base at 4 p.m. on Tuesday..."

You do realize, all I could think of when I saw this was - what happens if his plane is late? Which made me laugh because it would be pretty humorous and exactly the sort of thing that would happen to me if I was traveling and someone was having a big arrival ceremony.

I think it would be a charming gesture to "welcome" the Pope with a ringing of church bells and I do think that 10 minutes is far too long 3-5 minutes is plenty.

(to create my own little Segueway) This statement, "And it just sounds very elitist, and it sounds like he’s looking down on people.”

Made me shake my head. I want to take her aside and have a little conversation with dear Kirsten. Something along the lines of "Dahling, it sounds like he's looking down on people because he IS looking down on people." Heh.

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