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teashoci 
Posted: 31-Aug-2006, 01:29 PM
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thats absolutly correct stormeil, when my dad was a kid he used to visit relatives in stornoway.
one time all the locals shouted nd screamed at him because he was riding a bike and whistling.

not very tolerant are they.
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QUOTE (teashoci @ 31-Aug-2006, 12:29 PM)
thats absolutly correct stormeil, when my dad was a kid he used to visit relatives in stornoway.
one time all the locals shouted nd screamed at him because he was riding a bike and whistling.

not very tolerant are they.

Agree with you, Tea. They were not very tolerant OR Christ-like in their behavior. But don't (and I don't believe you are) lump all Christians into that kind of group.

There is a real difference between those who claim to know Christ and those that really do. It is a sad thing that those who would claim to know Him act more like His counterpart!

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I wasn't really being critical about their behaviour, so much as noting that it's highly unusual for Scots to be so observant and adamant about it. Actually I have it in mind that I'd like to at least see Stornoway some time (although it's a bit too exposed and north-Atlantic for me to think about living in -- I've chosen Tobermory on Mull for my fantasy future home, just like a tourist I suppos smile.gif ). And I made a note that I would have to either avoid visiting Stornoway on Sunday, or be ready to conform to the locals' wishes -- which, if I were there, I would do without any fuss, since it's their home and their custom.
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