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    Default Happy Easter

    Today was a nice reprieve. Nice to look out at the water and not have many visitors today. Ahh........

    How about you? What are you doing today? Is Easter an observed holiday in your country?
    Couple mercilessly shot, unidentified for over 40 years... Who are Jacques & Jane Doe?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sumter_County_Does

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    i am cleaning up a bit at my mom's... later some of my sisters are coming over (with their kids, and perhaps a husband)... a pair of my brothers will be there also... after all of that it is off to work for the night...
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    You have to work too? Damn....
    Couple mercilessly shot, unidentified for over 40 years... Who are Jacques & Jane Doe?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sumter_County_Does

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    Easter has nothing to do with the resurrection of Christ. It's​ a pagan spring festival that corresponds with the vernal equinox and honors the goddess Ishtar aka Aphrodite.
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    Happy Easter everyone !
    I spent mine with my family, catched up on some homework and watched a White Collar episode so not very Easter-y but still a nice Sunday
    I am chocolate intolerant so no Easter egg for me anyway
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    ...I made condensed milk while 'roomie' is away. Apparently, hot fresh condensed milk tastes great with bread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wool View Post
    Easter has nothing to do with the resurrection of Christ. It's​ a pagan spring festival that corresponds with the vernal equinox and honors the goddess Ishtar aka Aphrodite.
    You forgot Eostre :P
    Couple mercilessly shot, unidentified for over 40 years... Who are Jacques & Jane Doe?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sumter_County_Does

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    Quote Originally Posted by SurrealisticSlumbers View Post
    You forgot Eostre :P
    It doesn't matter. They are the same thing. Haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wool View Post
    It doesn't matter. They are the same thing. Haha.
    Not to argue but Ishtar was Mesopotamian. The two other deities are indeed female fertility goddesses but from different cultures globally.
    Couple mercilessly shot, unidentified for over 40 years... Who are Jacques & Jane Doe?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sumter_County_Does
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    Quote Originally Posted by SurrealisticSlumbers View Post
    Not to argue but Ishtar was Mesopotamian. The two other deities are indeed female fertility goddesses but from different cultures globally.
    They represent the same thing. Only their names are different.

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