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Sunday, 29 February 2004
A Friend's Review Of "The Passion Of The Christ"
A friend of mine at work said the Christ film had a powerful effect for many that saw it. Big motorcyclists were crying in their seats. The audience applauded at the defeat of the devil and the upbeat ending. He said the two most moving scenes were flashbacks of Jesus with his mother.

A passionate movie with some big moving scenes can be forgiven for the shortcomings that the critics and producers found in it.

Producers and screenwriters should try to make movies that they believe in, because the desire to reach/move someone is needed to actually reach/move someone. The results speak for themselves.

The Passion Of The Christ is #1 at the boxoffice this week.

Posted by qualteam at 7:50 PM EST
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Friday, 27 February 2004
Canadian Joke Of The Week
Three Canadians and three Americans are traveling by train to a hockey game. At the station, the three Americans each buy tickets and watch as the three Canadians buy only a single ticket.

"How are the three people going to travel on only one ticket? " asks an American.

"Watch and you'll see, " answers a Canadian.

They all board the train. The Americans take their respective seats but all three Canadians cram into a bathroom and close the door behind them.


Shortly after the train has departed, the conductor comes around collecting tickets. He knocks on the bathroom door and says, "Ticket, please. " The door opens just a crack and a single arm emerges with a ticket in hand.

The conductor takes it and moves on. The Americans see this and agree it was quite a clever idea. So after the game, they decide to copy the Canadians on the return trip and save some money (being clever with money, and all that).

When they get to the station, they buy a single ticket for the return trip. To their astonishment, the Canadians don't buy a ticket at all.

"How are you going to travel without a ticket? " asks one perplexed American.

"Watch and you'll see," answers a Canadian.

When they board the train the three Americans cram into a bathroom and the three Canadians cram into another bathroom nearby.

Once the train leaves the station, one of the Canadians leaves and walks over to the bathroom where the Americans are hiding, knocks on the door, and says, "Ticket, please. "

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Posted by qualteam at 9:38 PM EST
Updated: Sunday, 29 February 2004 8:33 PM EST
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Thursday, 26 February 2004
Boxoffice #1: The Passion Of The Christ
Despite the fact that this film concentrated on Christ's blood and physical punishment, rather than the spiritual conflicts(between Jesus, God and his disciples). It still managed to hit a responsive cord with its gritty realism and arcane dialogue.
The Passion Of The Christ Reigns

Posted by qualteam at 8:09 PM EST
Updated: Thursday, 26 February 2004 9:13 PM EST
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Wednesday, 25 February 2004
My Spiritual Views #1: The Passion Of The Christ(The Movie)
Apparently, the physicial punishment of Jesus in Jerusalem took precedent over his spiritual problems. For many Jews and disciples, Christ was suppose to vanquish the Romans and bring about his Father's Kingdom to this world. However, Jesus was operating on a greater plan than just the conquest of some dirt ball in a forgotten qualaxy. He envisioned the eventual salvation of man through his death and resurrection. "As in Adam all die, so in Christ, all will be made alive." I believe that in order to carry out the salvation plan, Christ had to go back in time to reverse the destructive power of pain which leads to darkness, death, physical corruption and unconsciousness.

This was the first war between the spirits and I believe that most of us have a trace memory of the event. Since all this occurred outside of time, the all embracive nature of God's Mercy could be experienced anywhere in the finite universe. "By Grace are ye saved and not by works."

This is the beginning on my new series of articles, "New Age 21st Christianity". There's no dogma and no fixation on 1st century Christians. Your feedback, visions and mystical experiences are always welcome.

Reviews On The Passion Of The Christ

Posted by qualteam at 10:43 PM EST
Updated: Thursday, 26 February 2004 9:11 PM EST
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Tuesday, 24 February 2004
Fun Stuff That Changes All The Time
In my never ending search for great content for the Barron Blog, I give you the daily feed on historical dates, jokes and quotes. Maybe some of this stuff will be funny and/or interesting to you.









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Sunday, 22 February 2004
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Our Daily Cartoon
Mood:  mischievious
Our daily cartoon is located in the entry dated Feb/22/04. I'm sure you'll remember that a year from now. Memory tip: It's right after the stinking(Phew)heart on Feb/14/04. It's a gorgeous Sunday in Brampton. Nice day to visit someone special like my mother in Newmarket.


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Saturday, 21 February 2004
What Religion Is Most Meaningful?




Friday, 20 February 2004
Have You Ever Met A Newfy?
Mood:  d'oh
Two Newfies walk into a pet shop. They go directly over to the bird section. Gerry says to Paddy, "Dat's dem." The clerk comes over and asks if he can help them. "Yeah, we'll take four of dem dere budgies in dat cage op dere," says Gerry, "Put dem in a peeper bag." The clerk puts the budgies in a bag, and the two guys pay for the birds and leave the shop. They get into Gerry's Edsel and drive until they are high up on a hill, and stop at the top of a cliff with a 500-foot drop. "Dis looks like a grand place, eh?" says Gerry. He then takes two birds out of the bag, places them on his shoulders and jumps off the cliff. Paddy watches as his mate drops off the edge and goes straight down for a few seconds, before he hits the rocks below with a 'SPLAT!'. As Paddy looks down he shakes his head and says, "Fock dat, dis budgie jumpin' is too fockin' dangerous for me.

Zen Happy Newfies

Posted by qualteam at 10:37 PM EST
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Thursday, 19 February 2004
The Barron Blog Is One Year Old
The "Barron Blog" was born on Feb/13/03. As of this date, it now has 344 entries. I'd say that this baby has grown quite a bit. Please enjoy all of him/her or it.



Our other weblog is over three years old.

Posted by qualteam at 8:52 PM EST
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