Frederic

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  1. I'm an older man and I adhere to the values that I grew up with. Men shouldn't pretend to be women, and women shouldn't pretend to be men. It used to be called a mental illness until political pressure changed that.
  2. I wonder, how does Ms. Davis feel about that picture. If she feels it is an accurate representation of herself then should we even be having this conversation?
  3. I would hardly refer to that man as Jesus. If anything, I'd call him Satan.
  4. Whenever I hear people discussing magick, I think of this story. http://www.churchmilitant.com/news/article/ex-satanic-wizard-talks-with-church-militant I heard this man interviewed on a radio show and I got the chills from listening to him. Here's more information on him. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zachary_King http://www.lepantoinstitute.org/abortion/former-satanist-i-performed-satanic-rituals-inside-abortion-clinics/ Magick is not a toy, be very, very careful.
  5. I would agree with your assessment that there really are no books out there that would appeal specifically to African American men. It's a large untapped market. If I had the time and ability, I'd write some books myself. There's good money to be made for someone with right skills.