Rockport, TX


August 27

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Cleo Hardy left a comment for Grace Polaris
" In the following comment you refer to G-d's mercy and G-d can trun this around.  My question to you is if you can't wright God's name without fear of ofending someone, how do you think he will answer this????
Comment by Grace Polaris3 hours ago
Apr 1, 2012
Cleo Hardy commented on Pete Wertz's blog post Is it best?
"I live in Texas and I will not give in either so I may be a casualty as welll, but before I go I will take as many as I can with me."
Feb 11, 2012
Cleo Hardy commented on Pete Wertz's blog post Is it best?
"You hit the nail on the head.  Now who can get the old motor out.  The way I see it We The People are sick and tired of what's going on but no one will step up and be a leader.  Jan has done a great job but she can't do it all so have several others…"
Feb 10, 2012

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  • Q: Why do you put a hyphen in the word God (i.e. G-d)?

    A: The spelling of G-d is a common practice among the Jewish community, especially among the Orthodox. The purpose is to show honor to the name. According to this custom, it would be sacrilege to throw away, set on the floor/ground, or otherwise mistreat anything containing the word “God”. To prevent this, God is hyphenated on some of our outdoor signs. This is not necessarily our custom, but was done to not offend the part of our Jewish family who are Orthodox.




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