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About bodeen

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    4 Years smoke free!!!! YES
  • Birthday 05/11/1971

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  1. What a great thread!!!!!!
  2. Happy Thanksgiving DV!!!! God Bless you all on this day of thanks...
  3. I don't cry much in my advanced age lol but that was beautifully written and from the heart. +1 Mark
  4. Read or sing along.. I was done hoeing, out in the fields for the day, I was thinking of going, I had to leave right away, My life is just fading, and oh I felt so alone, The nearest young maiden was, a full day's ride from home. My father was reading, the holy books in his room, My heart was just bleeding, I knew I had to go soon, He smiled and pointed at an old wooden chair, I wanted to hold him, but then I just wouldn't dare. I said, father, there's so much to know, There's a world of things to see, And I'm ready to go and make a life for myself If you give me what is mine, I will go, if I can have your blessing, But if you won't bless my journey, I'm gonna leave anyway. Son, I've always tried my best for you, And if you must be leaving home, then go with the blessing of god. Not too many days later, I was well on my way, I met a travelling stranger, who seemed to have much to say, He told me tales of the city, and all the women he'd had, I asked him, wasn't that sinful, He said, no, it isn't that bad. And then a few days later, on an old city road, We were drowning in laughter, and we had women to hold, And this went on quite a long time, my father gave me a lot, But when my pockets were empty, my friends all left me to rot. Then a famine hit and drained the land, Everywhere I looked I saw starvation, and a job was nowhere to find, I wandered through the city streets, competing for the food of common beggers, Until then I'd never known hunger, but now I wasn't too proud. I finally found some employment, feeding pigs on a farm, I wasn't treated to kindly, I had to sleep in the barn, I had to eat with the swine, The bread I ate was like stone, It didn't take too much time until, I was dreaming of home. Oh, the servants there are better fed, If I could only have what my father gives them, I would truly need nothing more. Oh, I will go and say to him, I'm no longer worthy to be in your family, Will you take me as your servant, and let me live with them. It didn't take too long to pack my things, I left with only what I wore, And I prayed that I still had a home. I was near home, in site of the house, My father just stared, dropped open his mouth, He ran up the road, and fell to my feet, and cried, and cried, Father I've sinned, heaven ashamed, I'm no longer worthy to wear your name, I've learned that my home is right where you are, Oh father, take me in. Bring the best robe, put it on my son, Shoes for his feet, hurry put them on, This is my son who I thought had died, Prepare a feast for my son's alive, I've prayed and prayed, never heard a sound, My son was lost, oh thank you God he's found, My son was dead and he's now alive, Prepare a feast for my son's alive, My son was dead, My son was lost, My son's returned in the hands of god. Have a Blessed week...
  5. Hey Yota,,, What an A$$!!!! It’s been over a month since I’ve logged in here and you’ve turned into the ahole that needs A break… Yota and Keepm in a Dinar Debate???? I have 1 million dinar ( to bet ) I will send to the MOD of your choice for holding… Shut keepm up the right way!! No?? He will school you in an open chat debate…. Let the forum know News Hound........ The name calling directed at the FEW here that don't pump the BS is amazing.. I bought into this investment form listening to so many of the BS artiste, but then learned from the FEW.. Thanks Keepm and the MODS here at DV..... See ya 2014... 2 years smoke free
  6. Most here will have no idea what you're talking about.... My cash out place of choice was Waxahachie too and I thought I was so ready.... Good to see you again WorkerBee.... Its been some time now without logging into the site and I have not missed much... God Bless old dinar friend
  7. bodeen

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    Thanks Sport!!!! I pray you and your brother are doing well.. I keep up and have donated to the Travis Mills fund because of you.. Thanks friend God Bless Jeff
  8. I can't believe how that still makes me feel!!!!!!! Thanks +1
  9. Thanks Maggie, Great post!!!! I was at the Monsters of rock tour 1988 (mile high stadium) and man was it fun!!!!!! Their passion was awesome... Hope you have a great weekend...
  10. I believe this video is fake too. If not this particular group has a heart. There’s no footage of the bodies after the 9:34 mark (when the body in the middle is having a rope put around its neck) until the 9:51 mark (pause it) where you can see the bodies hanging across the street. If this was real no one would be able to comment on the number of thread views because it would have been pulled. Not to be to graphic but head shots at that range would be to gruesome to watch. I think it’s staged but point well taken you sick bastar…..ds.
  11. I'm going to sign off from DV for the weekend and take my wife out for the day. This is the best post I've read in a long time!!!!!! Made me cry God bless you, your wife and all DV...
  12. This video has been out for years.......
  13. Crush Expected When Kuwaiti Banks Reopen TodayMarch 24, 1991 KUWAIT CITY, Kuwait — Thousands of Kuwaitis are expected to jam the country's banks today when they open for the first time since the end of the Iraqi occupation. Customers will be allowed to withdraw funds and to swap pre-invasion money for a new currency issued to make more than $1 billion in pre-invasion dinars stolen by the Iraqis worthless. "We expect a rush of people," said Issam Asousi, an executive with the Bank of Kuwait. He said it could be a chaotic first week because customers have a lot of questions about their accounts. Kuwaiti banks continued operating during the seven-month Iraqi occupation under managers brought in from Iraq, but they have been closed since the U.S.-led alliance ousted the Iraqi army from Kuwait a month ago. When the banks reopen today, customers will be able to withdraw up to 4,000 Kuwaiti dinars, equivalent to about $14,000 at pre-invasion exchange rates from their accounts, and to exchange a like amount for foreign currency. Balances of customers' accounts will go back to what they were on Aug. 1, a day before the invasion. Clients will not be able to exchange Iraqi currency issued during the occupation, when Baghdad pegged the rates of the strong Kuwaiti dinar to the far less valuable Iraqi dinar. The new Kuwaiti money will be exchanged for old at a one-to-one rate. http://articles.latimes.com/1991-03-24/news/mn-1395_1_kuwaiti-banks
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