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from therli - Wednesday, May 07, 2008
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I encourage you all to take a look at the blog I made. I thought it might be interesting to hear spoofs or stories written by ex-family members or even family members in order to converse with them, debate, or just have a good laugh at the stories making fun of our childhood. I created this blog lot long ago so there is presently only one story. Some of you might not get the humour used in this story due to the parody being based on the latest heavens libraries. The writer has just left the Family and is still familiar with the latest odd things they’ve come up with. If any of you have written stories, or feel inspired to write, please feel free to send for all our enjoyment.

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from der Teufel
Friday, May 09, 2008 - 00:14

I doubt many ex-members would understand the humor introduced to us in that story, since “Ernie and the Flat-Screen”, “Prodigy", and “Galactic Crusades” are more recent publications. (But those "Heaven's Libraries" are a few years old now, aren't they? I guess their well of spiritual-inspired stories has run dry.)
If you want contributions, you should post an e-mail where writers can contact you.
It is, in all, a good idea; because one cannot understand the present and future until he has fully understood his past. Not only that, it does amuse me to take a step backward and look over my past. (Or at least something, relevant to my past.) I myself, enjoy reading a good book, and it was quite unfortunate that in TF all I had to read was pitiful little attempts in writing.
Enough said; I wish you good luck with your blog.

der Teufel
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from therli
Thursday, May 08, 2008 - 05:59

check it out? could be interesting

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From rainy
Thursday, May 08, 2008, 13:10

Looks like a lot of work went into that, although you might just want to run a spell-check on it. It is rare that family published materials contain spelling errors. It's just a little too much work to read with both the pretentious language (which I realise is used as satire) and the errors.(reply to this comment
From der Teufel
Friday, May 09, 2008, 00:18

Actually, it is a common thing for Family publications to have errors, especially in the GNs...etc.
Even my step-mother (who is currently in TF) was shocked and would tell me about it.
Maybe they've changed their writing standards during the last few years; but I recall seeing a few mistakes in the past.
Have a good day.

der Teufel
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From therli
Saturday, May 10, 2008, 13:21

I partly agree with this statement. But most “Heavens libraries” had little mistakes, as the WS checked and rechecked for spelling mistakes, perhaps to compensate for the poor story line. However some indeed contained brainless errors, and what else could be expected from uneducated Family members, trying to give themselves a name in the pool of idiotic nuts. (reply to this comment

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