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Thread: It's Hammertime!!

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Apr 2004

    Talking It's Hammertime!!

    Can't touch this!

    Sorry- couldn't help myself. Perhaps someone can explain exactly what is going on here.


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    Well....uh.... I'm not quite sure, but it looks pretty dangerous (remember...these are not try this at home). What country do you think that is in?

    I might have to do some Google searching

    Rev. Aaron Kesson, Pastor
    Emmanuel United Methodist Church
    Blissfield, Michigan

    MDiv - Asbury Theological Seminary
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    "Mhdei,j sou th/j neo,thtoj katafronei,tw( avlla. tu,poj gi,nou tw/n pistw/n evn lo,gw|( evn avnastrofh/|( evn avga,ph|( evn pi,stei( evn a`gnei,a|"
    -1 Tim. 4:12

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Apr 2004


    By the time I finally figured out what it was a video of, I already guessed how it would end, and yet I still chose to watch it... Not a good sign.
    Michael Hanel
    PhD candidate Classics Univ. of Cincinnati
    MDiv Concordia Seminary
    MA Classics Washington University
    Unofficial BibleWorks Blog

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Hanel View Post
    ... and yet I still chose to watch it...
    Yes. And our dude clearly won! Gotta be worth sumthin' for the 1:45 of our time (invested 10 times by me so far).

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    Default Let me just be the first to say...

    ..."What th--?!!"

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    Holy.... What was that! Looks like even he didn't expect it to be THAT big.

  7. #7
    Join Date
    Apr 2004

    Default Carnaval en San Juan de la Vega

    This is in Mexico at the Carnival in the city of San Juan de la Vega. They also have other ~interesting~ things that they do, like this:

    Seeing what other cultures do is a real eye-opener at times.

    I work with a guy that knows about the things that this area does in celebration and he told me there is a lake in the area that someone drowns in almost every year during the festivities, and if nobody drowns in a particular year, they consider it a bummer time.

    Go figure...

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    Join Date
    Nov 2007


    I want to go to a party with exploding hammers and guns, if one lives through the festivities, and doesn't have an anxiety attack, it might be a good time.
    Chris Sansom
    M. Div. Concordia Seminary

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