Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Freemason, Feb 16, 2004.
So long Smeg Head!
And hello to Freemason! As of Saturday afternoon I became a Mason. :clap:
not to be rude, but i never saw being a mason is that big of a deal :scratch:
but, i guess you're excited about it because you're happy, which makes more sense than the overall appeal of being a mason i suppose
uh... congrats...? u get married? i thought u were a guy? :scratch:
now im all confuzzled... must have drink to clear head :drink:
Fallen needs another beer :drink:
I joined the Masonic lodge.
Thank God, I hated that Smeg guy! Congrats. And bummer 'bout the new post count there, FM.
Ahhhhhh, i see clearly now... which means i need another one
:drink: :drink: :drink:
ok, another several, hehe
Please reconsider Smeg... http://www.rense.com/general31/satanic.htm
Hehe... just kidding. Beers on me.
Post count means nothing.
EDIT: Unless your name is Ash Hardwares
Good think you were kidding. The Duke was a Mason
To quote the words of Marx: "I don't want to belong to any club that will accept me as a member."
Have fun, Smeg; I guess :scratch:
I wish it were that easy to just change your name... i mean seriously... look at me.
My name isn't even friggin Dave. :xmad:
IÂ´m not kidding. You got your connections to stick those words in there. YouÂ´re watching me right now, arenÂ´t ya?!
Anyway, I was never that crazy for the duke.
Couldn't you just change your name?
Sure I could have. But this name fits me better
That's what I mean, they could just change it, no need to re-register
......Yes you could just change your screename.
I don't know much about free masons;i am curious about fm,so i have some questions to ask you,or any member who would happen to read me,
Is freemasonry a sect?
Do they require money from you regularly and how much do they ask? is there a fee to become a member?
are members brainwashed? is free speech authorized or do you have to follow the ideology of freemasonry?
can you quit freemasonry anytime or is it a lifetime membership?
what are the goals of freemasonry?
I don't really understand the goals of your organization;i would rather see it as some kind of secret organization which is after power and money
I have never heard of freemasonry as a helping organization,so what did they do for the world to be so righteous??
I think since they are masons, they lay brickwork for you, free. You need to meet up with their requirements, though.
NOOOOOOO!!! My whole world is coming crashing down around my ears!!!! :scared:
Maybe he should be using my new avatar.