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  • #16
    Originally posted by lightbringer View Post
    Sausage and cheese gift package , I know they are popular and are out during all the holidays but I haven't found one that tastes good.

    I keep trying each year but...never mind.
    I said gourmet sausage and cheese gift basket. It's nothing but the best with Knight. It's extraordinary aged and cured sausage and fine, imported cheese.



    Hey Knight! If it's true (the Sausage and cheese thingy for joining) please send mine to Vegascowboy...thanks
    Gee, thanks!
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    • #17
      If I subscribe, I can see why I was banned, then?

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      • #18
        Originally posted by JoeyArnold View Post
        If I subscribe, I can see why I was banned, then?
        Yup...and a vital feature...for you. :squint:

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Ask Mr. Religion View Post
          Yup...and a vital feature...for you. :squint:

          AMR



          AMR, true. But did it help you understand why you would get banned? Others say they still don't understand why they were banned even after subscribing.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by JoeyArnold View Post
            AMR, true. But did it help you understand why you would get banned? Others say they still don't understand why they were banned even after subscribing.
            Yes, it did. Those that deny the facts of the matter are not being honest with themselves.

            Access to The Woodshed frequently shows the slow burn that develops leading to one's banning. Those frequently banned are generally blue subscribers so all they see is the PM that informs them of their banning, which is usually a final straw in a series of missteps. Access to The Woodshed also allows you to see who is reporting your posts...it is nice, and sometimes disconcerting, to know who you have offended, no?

            Lastly, consider the following:

            http://www.theologyonline.com/forums...ad.php?t=68832

            AMR
            Embedded links in my posts or in my sig below are included for a reason. Tolle Lege.



            Do you confess?
            Founder, Reformed Theology Institute
            AMR's Randomata Blog
            Learn Reformed Doctrine
            I fear explanations explanatory of things explained.
            Christian, catholic, Calvinist, confessional, Presbyterian (PCA).
            Lex orandi, lex credenda: everyone is a Calvinist on their knees.
            The best TOL Social Group: here.
            If your username appears in blue and you have over 500 posts:
            Why?


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            • #21
              Originally posted by Ask Mr. Religion View Post
              Yes, it did. Those that deny the facts of the matter are not being honest with themselves.

              Access to The Woodshed frequently shows the slow burn that develops leading to one's banning. Those frequently banned are generally blue subscribers so all they see is the PM that informs them of their banning, which is usually a final straw in a series of missteps. Access to The Woodshed also allows you to see who is reporting your posts...it is nice, and sometimes disconcerting, to know who you have offended, no?

              Lastly, consider the following:
              http://www.theologyonline.com/forums...ad.php?t=68832

              AMR


              AMR, you are totally right. I sure wish I had one of those in the real world, still. Right?

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              • #22

                Best reasons to subscribe to Theology Online

                It is a good investment
                It is investing in the truth
                It helps keep TOL running smooth
                It is not wasted dollars
                It is not a waste of time



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                • #23
                  Bro Knight,

                  My cousin "whepting" has been banned from TOL for life.

                  He has never been on TOL. Everytime he makes the attempt to sign in he receives the "Banned for life" notice. What gives? Thank you.



                  OMT: How come my stats reveal a much lower number of posts made by me? They are down from 15K+ to 4k+.


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                  "That ye may be blameless and harmless, the sons of God, without rebuke, in the midst of a crooked and perverse nation, among whom ye shine as lights in the world;" Philippians 2:15 (KJV)

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                  • #24
                    So that explains why I can't access some features.

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