Anglicans and "Christian Principles", whatever that means.
#11
:LOL: :tiphat:

Very good.
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#12
ggreg,
excellent letter. Wonderfully done. I'd love to see the reaction of the wanna-be priest. We have five. I couldn't count the number of times we've heard something akin to, "you do know what causes that?," or some such. We usually look at each other, smile, and say, "yes."  :LOL: Again, very well done letter.
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#13
(12-12-2012, 08:36 PM)Heinrich Wrote: Who is Kathy? And why do you sign your wife's name if you wrote it? Did she dictate it to you? Am I missing something?  ???

No, she complained and asked me to write and articulate her annoyance at being mocked in front of her friend, Kathy.

Thought it better if the letter came from her.

Lots of people sign letters they don't write and did not dictate.  As long as they read them first and agree with their contents I don't see the problem.
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#14
Let us know if you get a response of any kind.
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#15
An excellent letter, my good man! :tiphat:
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#16
(12-12-2012, 04:21 PM)ggreg Wrote: With a big family you get no end of this sh** about "how many kids you are going to have" and "when you are going to stop?" and it pisses you off after a while. Writing a letter is a good way to let off steam.

And a very civil and to-the-point way of doing it, too. Well put.
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