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Mon., 8:07am: Benedict XVI becomes first pope in 600 years to resign

February 11, 2013

Pope Benedict XVI announced Monday that he would resign Feb. 28 - the first pontiff to do so in nearly 600 years....

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Zenieth

Feb-13-13 8:38 AM

Mean? I did intend to come across mean. ???

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Triumph

Feb-12-13 11:38 AM

Why so mean, Zenieth?

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Zenieth

Feb-12-13 10:58 AM

It's okay ........ you wasteful PIG! I'm glad your not fictitious in any way. Hey, gotta run ......... Dr Phil is on. hahahahahhahahahahaha

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Triumph

Feb-12-13 10:41 AM

L. M. AO.

Thanks, I was bored this morning. You certainly are an entertaining sort. You should go get one of them VXI jobs. I hear they're looking to hire 300 more people just like you.

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Zenieth

Feb-12-13 10:35 AM

It's a shame, the monies lost via lost production in the workplace. Then people wonder why everything is so expensive. Keep up the chin Triumph. I take it that your into cycles because there's no way your into the rock band you hillbilly .....

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Triumph

Feb-12-13 10:31 AM

and I hear your kid crying. Better get a warm washcloth and wipe that dried snot from her face.

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Zenieth

Feb-12-13 10:26 AM

I hear the boss a calling !!!! Better switch to something else before you get caught ........ Actually, he probably does the same thing too ..........

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Zenieth

Feb-12-13 10:24 AM

Too funny, Fun? I guess it passes the time away just like for you. Pretty cool getting paid to surf the net and join in on a blog! I have a few favorites and then there are a few that pretty much s u c k ........

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Triumph

Feb-12-13 10:13 AM

ZENIETH "Triumph, Fair game is to push rhetoric at rhetoric. Too bad identities are hidden as you wouldn't believe what's on this end "

Well I don't know what's on your end but I imagine you to be a chubby housewife in pajama pants and a hoodie with a messy half bun, half pony tail who just shoved a bowl of Capt'n Crunch in front of a 3 year old being entertained by The Wiggles while you bounce between the Trib and Facebook.

Since it's all anonymous I just imagine what people must look like and who they are. It's fun. I see you imagined DrPhilDrone. Fun, ain't it?

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Zenieth

Feb-12-13 9:43 AM

Triumph, Fair game is to push rhetoric at rhetoric. Too bad identities are hidden as you wouldn't believe what's on this end .......

Now, are they faced with their prophecy of Armageddon with the next pope? Or is this just another big religion lie to keep the flock in check. Lie after lie can't help your cause one bit .......

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Triumph

Feb-12-13 9:14 AM

Zenieth, Zenieth!!! Cmon now! Save that kind of trash talk for the Vindy Discussion Board!

but yeah, that lightening and dove thing is kinda freaky.

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Zenieth

Feb-12-13 8:59 AM

DrPhilDrone, Why would any one want to be associated with a name like that? I bet your a short, fat, bald headed man that has problems measuring up in a lot of areas. You must be one of those posters "that count" according to your sidekick NMC. I'm also a bit curious as to why you think your little man statue makes you superior? I bet you suffered tremendous pain as a child with your littleness. So, when did you loose all of your hair? Balls too? I do not try to be anything as I'm not a drone to Dr Phil like yourself. That has to be a pretty miserable life trying to prop yourself up to someone you think is a role model!

As for the original story. The lightning strike and dove is too bizarre like the resignation.

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unitedfortruth

Feb-12-13 7:38 AM

a few days prior to the lightning hit the vatican, the pope released a white dove of peace....and it was immediately attacked by a seagull.

strange, strange indeed.

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featherstone

Feb-12-13 3:10 AM

David1, that's all you know how to do! Call others tards, when your the biggest Tard boy of All!

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unitedfortruth

Feb-11-13 7:21 PM

Anarcho...a few hours after the church announced the popes retirement, lightnimg struck the cross on top of the vatican.

Whooooooaaahh! Lol! Awesome!

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david1

Feb-11-13 5:41 PM

Zen ive got your back! Who do you want me to call a tard??

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Zenieth

Feb-11-13 4:47 PM

Drone clown ...... eat one or two .....

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Triumph

Feb-11-13 4:18 PM

Thanks, I feel better now. :)

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JaniceJWGH99

Feb-11-13 4:02 PM

lol @ Triumph.............. You broke him!

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unitedfortruth

Feb-11-13 4:00 PM

Anarcho...just the fact that things are lined up the way they are. people at work are talking about it. Very cool stuff.

Anywho, several things come together this spring. Never included this one. Interesting indeed.

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DrPhilDrone

Feb-11-13 3:51 PM

You are absolutely right Triumph, no sense trying to get Zenith to admit being dumb. He's tried so hard to be a NomoCrap in the weeks he's been here but unlike his hero Zenith has no real life experience or leadership ability and fails miserably at pretending to be wise or informed with competent advice and opinion. He's an unemployed simpleton who trolls this site all day making ridiculous comments while trying hard to appear intellectual. Let it go Triumph, Zenith is about as fake, ignorant and contradictory as you'll ever see on a blog!

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Zenieth

Feb-11-13 3:47 PM

Your right, okay ...... corrected, my error.

He must have some underlying health issues that prevents him from making sound decisions. Don't forget that he pretty much covered John Paul II when he was ailing severely for a few years before he passed. I'm sure more information will be disclosed prior to or shortly after he steps down. The Pope has a horrendous, extremely difficult position going forward will all of the accusations of abuse suffered by the church. May GOD be with him in his time going forward.

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Triumph

Feb-11-13 3:32 PM

ZENIETH WROTE "The Pope has a horrendous, extremely difficult position going forward will all of the accusations and abuse suffered by the church. May GOD be with him in his time going forward."

^^ COPIED AND PASTED

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Triumph

Feb-11-13 2:56 PM

you said accusations AND abuse.

Not accusations OF abuse.

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Zenieth

Feb-11-13 2:33 PM

The church did suffer from the accusations of abuse. That's not off of the wall or out of line for a figure of speech. It's all in how you take what was said .......... I meant no malice so I am fine with it!

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