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August 23, 2009

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I agree with you. This type of projects should be encouraged and I think that these type of projects are the projects for the future. . . . .

nice tips you give here thanks for sharing.

What is "love your neighbor"? Keep him secure, keep him fed, keep him in existence. What is community? Group is who does them, because there won't always be an personal looking who can do it.

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