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He's talking about The Way of the Master.

For being basically an online ministry, they have a pretty slick site though. It also explains why he only does Growing Pains Reunions and Left Behind movies anymore...



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    Originally posted by Grimis
    He's talking about The Way of the Master.

    For being basically an online ministry, they have a pretty slick site though. It also explains why he only does Growing Pains Reunions and Left Behind movies anymore...


You know, if he didn't have a best friend named Boner in high school, he may have not needed to seek out Jesus.

That's just one theory, though.



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I'm disappointed. If you take their "How many of the Ten Commandments have YOU broken" quiz and click "Innocent" for every one, the script just goes on as if you'd admitted that you were a dirty rotten sinner, without so much as an "Are you SURE about that?" prompt.

Anyone recognize whose picture is on the Million Dollar Bill in their online store?





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Unless I miss my guess, that's Grover Cleveland on the $1,000,000 bill. Odd choice, but he did appear on the $1,000 bill back in the '30s.



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Quite Odd, considering even the $1,000 bill has been out of circulation for some time.

Incidentally, the largest bill was the:



Woodrow Wilson $100,000 bill, but even that wasn't publicly circulated. The largest circulated bill was the Salmon P. Chase $10,000 bill.



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I'll never forgive Kirk for tossing Julie McCullough off "Growing Pains". Sure, I was very young, but even back then I knew she gave me a funny feeling whenever I watched the show.



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