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Brian Kilmeade...FOX and Friends

by JP Bill / September 21, 2012 2:03 AM PDT

When they were talking about writings on a piece of papyrus that Jesus supposedly had written saying "my wife"

Brian said "lucky lady".

I realize it's supposed to be idle banter....but....

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Oh good grief
by TONI H / September 21, 2012 2:52 AM PDT

yes, it was idle banter.........however, IF it is true, don't you think she WOULD have been a lucky lady?

BTW...back in 'those days'....a 'wife' didn't necessarily have to refer to a 'married' or 'sexual' type of woman relationship....it could easily have also referred to a woman who came in a cleaned and cooked (like a housekeeper).

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RE:don't you think she WOULD have been a lucky lady?
by JP Bill / September 21, 2012 3:29 AM PDT
In reply to: Oh good grief

Because her husband was nailed to a cross?

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Don't you think some would like to see that
by Steven Haninger / September 21, 2012 3:50 AM PDT

but couldn't bring themselves to do it alone?

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RE: some would like to see that
by JP Bill / September 21, 2012 4:27 AM PDT

Such as his wife?

If I believe what I've been told, and I think Toni's heard the same stories...things don't end well on planet earth for her husband. So why would anyone think she was "lucky"?

"Lucky" would be living a long, healthy and happy life.

I'm trying to figure out why Brian Kilmeade thought Jesus's wife was a "lucky lady".

more Brian Kilmeade

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I believe if you understood more about
by Steven Haninger / September 21, 2012 4:41 AM PDT

Jesus, you'd see that he didn't come here with a shield and nor did he promise these to his followers. Rather he had a target on his back and passed those out instead. That's all part of being lucky. Figure that out and get back to me later.

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AFTER I figure out Brian Kilmeade,
by JP Bill / September 21, 2012 6:10 AM PDT

Be advised it may take some time.

So just carry on with your regular daily routine until you hear back from me on this subject.

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by James Denison / September 21, 2012 8:17 AM PDT

but because he got up again on Sunday in time for church. Wink

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