i've heard you guys had some run ins with this guy in the past but if you look at his, edit streaks, on the Looney Tunes Cartoons page he's adding info that is not confirmed and is "sourcing" it. Just letting you know. he has done this about 1-3 times now on the page.
If i hadn't gone to church all my life I don't know what I'd believe. I genuinely believe in God though not just because of how I was raised. Also because I've had experiences that have given me more of a reason to believe.
I talked with a fellow once who fell from a height. A witness claimed he floated to the ground like a piece of paper. That's why he believes in God! Now he didn't float to the ground, he fell hard, breaking several ribs and other bones, puncturing a lung, and ending up in the hospital for weeks, but he still gives that as the reason he believes.
Reminds me of a missionary girl who believed in small miracles. She believed it was true because she used to be afraid to talk to people, but now she knocks on doors to talk about God. I noted that people overcome their fears without praying all the time, and that there are even game shows about that, but it was enough for her.
So you believe in God because your heartburn went away once?
Father, I know you created the universe, and you have an in-depth plan for it and everyone in it, and you know everything, and you are everywhere, but could you please look after TheBigGnome in general, you know, in case you forgot something. You would change your ultimate plan just because I asked, right?
You're being really vague. If you don't want to tell me, it's alright, but I'm genuinely curious why you chose to pray for me and what it was about.
A rich man named John Templeton started a foundation to prove Christianity is true. Among their many activities was running a study to prove the effectiveness of prayer. They found that prayers offered by strangers had no effect on the recovery of people who were undergoing heart surgery, they had exactly the same survival rate as those who weren't prayed for. Furthermore, patients who knew they were being prayed for had a higher rate of post-operative complications. So telling someone you're praying for them is worse than doing nothing.
I've got the NTSC Dubbed print of "Dog Daze" (taken from "TGAOLT5") and one I can tell, the Laserdisc release has its original ending card altered by 1937-38 MM ending card (although the original ending music cue is preserved): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YW77K3W0WIw