Re: off topic

From: Jay Stigdon (
Date: Wed Oct 20 1999 - 21:55:56 EDT

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<p>N &amp; RJ Hanscamp wrote:
<blockquote TYPE=CITE>>jim west wrote:
<br>>> by the way, codex imanotkiddingensis dates to the year 12, wehn
jesus was
<br>>> strapping lad of 12 in the temple....&nbsp; it is the oldest ms
of all.
<br>>Obviously a confusion in methodology here. In the year 12 Jesus would
<br>>have been at
<br>>least 16. Therefore it must be a secondary addition to perhaps an
<br>>original dominical
<br>>saying by a slightly younger contemporary of Jesus.
<p>The man was asking for colours, not codexes.
<br>I think it must have been white - 'cause that's what he wears in all
<br>movies I've seen.&nbsp; But then life was (in) black and white then
<br>wasn't it?
<p>Auckland - Home of the America's cup<font face="Book Antiqua">--for
<font face="Book Antiqua">&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Now wait a minute.
I think Jim is on to something here.</font>
<br><font face="Book Antiqua">&nbsp;Isn't that the same text that had the&nbsp;
O.T. Crayola advertisement?</font>
<br><font face="Book Antiqua">&nbsp; If I recall correctly, it listed "Cross
brown", "Sinless white", "Scapegoat black",</font>
<br><font face="Book Antiqua">&nbsp;&nbsp; "Grace gold", "Atoning blood
auburn", "Reconciliation red","Pillar of smoke grey"...</font>
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EN XRISTWi,</font>
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