You are on a stool with a Catholic guy looking at the world through ethnic eyes.
well i cant post on the actual site anymore so ill post what i had written here:The stars always appear to shine brighter on the long cold nights that adorn the heavens during the winter months; brighter and truer. And when they do bear down upon us we know that winter’s chill wont be far away and that any wanderer who finds himself alone under such scenes realizes that the world is a big place, the universe even bigger, the heavens a mystery, and existence a solitary burden; he understands that the only voice he can trust is the one that looked to the stars and asked for guidance. All men seek guidance, all carry burdens, but this does not mean that we cannot find some respite. The season of goodwill and merriment is upon us, when all men deserve to shed the burden of existing, and enjoy living. So may whatever constellation or star you are under tonight guide you to a home and a hearth; a friend or family, and a healthy, happy Christmas – Nollag Shonna
HUZZAH! YITS, C and I were just talking about you at Nanny's last night, hoping that you'd give us a bit more prose. Jesus, it appears that prayers and getting lit at Nanny's has mre immediate efficacy than lighing up at the Cathedral.
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