IF YOU REALLY KNEW ME, YOU’D KNOW
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I am Sonia and I live in the Bay Area. If you really knew me, you would know that I am not a member of another club or church, that I do not believe in any organized religion, that I am the sole owner of my life and I take responsibility for my choices, everything that happens to me, and I don’t believe in the magic bullet of genetics. There are more than 2 billion of us on the planet, and yet we are all either leaders or victims of cults. I feel like I am the victim of most of these. All I do is look out for myself, work hard, and find out the truth for myself.
My name is Jody, and I live in Toronto. If you really knew me, you would know that I am not 100% positive about God. However, I was born a true believer and an Anglican lay leader. I graduated from the Roman Catholic theological school of education, Toronto’s Christ the King seminary. I was a guest lecturer at the Collegiate Church, and was Director of Canadian Department at the U.S. National Conference of Christians and Jews from St. Thomas More College and president of the NYC Chabad House. I have served the U.S. Navy, and from 1990-1991, I was the captain of an aircraft carrier strike group. Most of my career was spent in the aerospace industry and weapons testing, but this
My name is Glenn and I live in Thousand Oaks, CA about 50 miles north of LAX. If you really knew me, you would know that I eat a full diverse diet, not just meat, from a variety of sources, however this is not always the case. There is something called organ meat, where flesh is cut away from an organ and then sliced and served as a substitute for the missing organ. Don’t believe me? The film “The Last Temptation of Christ” depicts the scene from “Romanesque” where the faithful are being imprisoned for their love of Christ. Also, read “Judging Game”, a book written by a writer who studied with Jesus (or a close aide). I love the Christians of tomorrow because they
Hello. I am Meghana. If you really knew me, you would know that I am the young, soft-spoken artist that started being an entertainer/singer in Nashville, and later in LA in 2016. I love making music, but I just love making it in public.
I really love coming to life in people’s hearts.
I also want to bring positive messages to every single one of you.
I am here to spread a message of love, and be a bridge to people in need!
Here is my current show schedule:
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If you really knew me, you would know that I am well known for organizing and traveling around the globe in what has been described as a fast-paced and adventurous manner to study parasites and other diseases and to speak with and interview
My name is Shannon and I live in the Santa Monica area. If you really knew me, you would know that I am a grade-A rational thinker. One of the brightest things about me is that I can read minds. I often read them. I look at people and then I say, “I think you’re selfish.” And they tell me, “No, I don’t think that.” And I say, “Well, then I think you’re dishonest. And I say, ‘Well, then I think you’re greedy.’” And I just keep trying to find something to connect them to. And it’s weird. There’s this weird delirium I get. The only people I ever see are my friends. I think they also think that I’m a liar and a thief
Hello. My name is Clare, from Chicago. If you really knew me, you would know I’m obsessed with television.
Taylor pretends to be impressed.
“Hey. You can’t just act like you don’t know. What TV show are you most looking forward to tonight?”
“It’s so hard to tell. But I think our first one will be on DVD, it’s called Salem, starring the wonderful Lesley Ann Warren as Charley Schroder.”
“Really? That’s so cool. How did you meet? What was it like growing up?”
“I met her through a boyfriend, something about the auditioning process really got my attention. And she was a real gentleman.”
If you really knew me, you’d know I never thought twice about what anyone thought of me as long as I was happy.”
“Shhh, it’s alright, it’s good to see you.”
Yuuki once again sat down on the bed next to Yuuki, their gazes met for a few moments. The vibrations from Yuuki’s hand over his stomach had made a sharp and sudden twitch, making Yuuki melt from the inside out as she caressed her fiancé’s hand.
“I can’t say this has ever happened before… my heart… is going full speed”
After a moment of silence, Yuuki whispered into Yuuki’s ear: “I wonder if I’ve actually given up on happiness?”
If you really knew me, you’d know I’d be very quick to settle back down on my legs again, eating my biscuit.”
The second child left the room. With little warning, Ernie pointed at Rhea and whispered, “Please, Rhea, is it okay if I stay with you tonight?”
“Of course it’s okay with me.”
“Are you sure about that?” He asked.
“Yes,” Rhea said firmly.
“Ernie, Rhea, if you change your mind… can I come over?”
“Sure, you’re welcome to stay over any time, Ernie,” Rhea said, looking up into the twins’ eyes. “Just don’t make me break the rules again
If you really knew me, you’d know that I’m a big fan of poetry, particularly your wife Mavis Gallant’s very wonderful A Soldier’s Life and a Severely Broken Cross, which are poetry collections in themselves.
On the road with U2
On the road with Al Gore
On the road with Simon & Garfunkel
On the road with a Stephen Harper
On the road with Ahmet Ertegun
On the road with Father Guido Guzmán, M.D.
On the road with Ric Ocasek
On the road with Hillel Perlman
If you REALLY knew me, you’d know that I’m not a skank or a wuss. (Not trying to downplay my personal experiences, mind you.)
But don’t you feel a bit sad that we can’t be as cool or likable as we used to be? This is because we’ve lost some of our edge. You’ll probably have lots of interesting points to make about your academic career, your own weird pets or miscellaneous antics. (But don’t be gross!)
If you really knew me, you’d know I’m very picky. If I don’t like something, it’s not a choice. If I was forced to choose, I would be on board with leaving all the white mothers out of this child’s life.” But because of this line of reasoning, Biffle claimed “I was really keen to keep my species alive, and I didn’t want to use any environmental formula to do it.”
LaLoggia’s Moon Pines is a science fiction collection set in a society filled with vaginas. “The children do not just learn how to live, they are taught how to pee,” Biffle stated. The Moon Pines finale — “Claws of Particle Sea” — is also a science fiction story
IF YOU REALLY KNEW ME YOU’D KNOW