If there is anything that we can discuss together through this forum about the history and evolution of jewelry over the past centuries, it will be wonderful.
Currently I am struggling to walk past my five boot camp articles. If I am done, maybe I can contribute more. I wish to discuss more about this topic in the open forum
by Tanmoy Acharya 11 years ago
I am surprised. I yesterday posted this topic 'Can Science explain everything?'. This hubber came out and gave me some answers. Now as I have provided him some reasons, he hot hurt and started to post nasty personal attacks. He said this to me, I quote: "This is why religious people such as...
by thecounterpunch 15 years ago
People are so shy
by Jakob Dailes 11 years ago
Read what I said on my first forum post if you haven't. Please, let's try to actually ask/answer questions about the Bible/Christianity/God this time. Less debates about whether God is real or not (I already have about a thousand of those going on in my other webpages).
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