Walking with Angels: True Stories of Heavenly Encounters (Paperback) - £1 - Delivered - Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Not everyone's cuppa but a very cheap present for those in your life who like Angels! The reviews are quite good.
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1 Like #1
Ordered for my mum who'll like this!

Thanks!
1 Like #2
little ern
Ordered for my mum who'll like this!

Thanks!


+1 thanks :thumbsup:
1 Like #3
Sister in law will love this.
1 Like #4
ordered one for my mum nice little stocking filler, she'd like this
1 Like #5
Thanks OP - ordered 2.
1 Like #6
thanks OP make perfect gifts, ordered 2
1 Like #7
Thanks just ordered 2 great stocking fillers:santa:
1 Like #8
Thanks :)
#9
johnnypanic
Sister in law will love this.


Mine too!
#10
ordered 2 for stocking fillers got good reviews well worth a £1 BARGAIN heat added many thanks
#11
Thanks ordered 2
#12
Thanks Got 2 I Know People Into These Sort Of Books Chuffed!!
#13
Excellent price (if you're in the market for reading material for the deluded). As an alternative, try badpsychics.co.uk for free.
#14
king_monkey
Excellent price (if you're in the market for reading material for the deluded). As an alternative, try badpsychics.co.uk for free.


I did say it wasn't everyone's cuppa! But everyone knows someone who is into Angels:w00t: So a decent pressie for them for £1:santa:
#15
Thanks! Ordered 1 for my wife. Great stocking filler.
#16
Thanks......Just ordered 2

renagade27
#17
Thanks just ordered 2.:thumbsup:
#18
Have you noticed how polite us Atheists are. . . . . If this was a Dawkins book the thread would be crawling with angry christians . . . . .
#19
king_monkey
Excellent price (if you're in the market for reading material for the deluded). As an alternative, try badpsychics.co.uk for free.

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It seems that your nym says it all? Presumably, you are one of the million that used the million typewriters and managed to produce the works of Shakespeare or maybe you weren't bright enough.[/SIZE]:whistling:
#20
king_monkey
Excellent price (if you're in the market for reading material for the deluded). As an alternative, try badpsychics.co.uk for free.


Minority? Look it up ........your in it nob end!!:p

renagade27
#21
Thank You
#22
Ordered, thank you x
#23
thanks ordered 2 one for me and the other for a friend who loves things like this
1 Like #24
1) Apologies to the OP. Should have just looked, thought 'that's not for me' and moved on.

2) Dear renegade27. Thank you for calling me a n*b end. Through the sheer pursuasive weight of your well argued case I have now seen the error of my ways and will from this day on believe in the existence of guardian angels. Really, thank you for saving my (monkey) soul.

PS - I am in at least one majority group, the one that knows that the contraction of 'you are' is 'you're', not 'your'.

3) cibarious - with wit like that, surely a future in stand-up comdedy beckons. It's probably a bit too late for a humourous Xmas book this year, but if you do choose to write one in the future I'll gladly type it up for you (on one of my many spare typewriters...)

4) Back to lurking. Next post mid-2011.
#25
smoggieboon
Have you noticed how polite us Atheists are. . . . . If this was a Dawkins book the thread would be crawling with angry christians . . . . .


...rotfl
#26
king_monkey
1) Apologies to the OP. Should have just looked, thought 'that's not for me' and moved on.

2) Dear renegade27. Thank you for calling me a n*b end. Through the sheer pursuasive weight of your well argued case I have now seen the error of my ways and will from this day on believe in the existence of guardian angels. Really, thank you for saving my (monkey) soul.

PS - I am in at least one majority group, the one that knows that the contraction of 'you are' is 'you're', not 'your'.

3) cibarious - with wit like that, surely a future in stand-up comdedy beckons. It's probably a bit too late for a humourous Xmas book this year, but if you do choose to write one in the future I'll gladly type it up for you (on one of my many spare typewriters...)

4) Back to lurking. Next post mid-2011.


...more rotlf..
#27
hot , mum loves this kind of crap :)
#28
king_monkey
1) 3) cibarious - with wit like that, surely a future in stand-up comdedy beckons. It's probably a bit too late for a humourous Xmas book this year, but if you do choose to write one in the future I'll gladly type it up for you (on one of my many spare typewriters...)

4) Back to lurking. Next post mid-2011.

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Hello again and thank you for my Sunday evening chuckle. :thumbsup:

According to screwbay, your typewriters could be worth serious money: certainly far more than you would ever get typing up my humourous Xmas book. :)[/SIZE]
#29
Crikey. 'TRUE' Stories. Gotta get a copy, this is going to change my world!:w00t:
#30
smoggieboon
Have you noticed how polite us Atheists are. . . . . If this was a Dawkins book the thread would be crawling with angry christians . . . . .


Total fabrication.

Last time a thread was raised in which Dawkins was pushing a product selling his anti-religion, the 'thread' was crawling with angry atheists, and nothing more, who couldn't stand the opinions of one open-minded theist and a couple of agnostic objectivists who thought the rabid religious atheism was hysterically funny.

As always, you 'atheists' are FOS.
#31
hotyoda
Crikey. 'TRUE' Stories. Gotta get a copy, this is going to change my world!:w00t:


I somehow doubt that the experiences of others in respect of matters in which you have no experience whatsoever would ever change your world. Woot. The difference between you and them is that they might be full of ****, but actually experienced something, whereas you're full of ****, have experienced nothing, and can't even go an inch along the way to explaining why they're so convinced by what they experienced with any degree of plausibility.

The funniest thing about this whole thread, is that neither of us have read the book, but by the nature of objective thinking and the ridiculousness of scientistical rationalistic denial, I'm closer to the truth of the matter than you'll ever be, and you don't have the foggiest clue why that gives people like me such a massive advantage over people like you.

Woot. As you so mindlessly rhetoricise.
#32
SampleX
I somehow doubt that the experiences of others in respect of matters in which you have no experience whatsoever would ever change your world. Woot. The difference between you and them is that they might be full of ****, but actually experienced something, whereas you're full of ****, have experienced nothing, and can't even go an inch along the way to explaining why they're so convinced by what they experienced with any degree of plausibility.

The funniest thing about this whole thread, is that neither of us have read the book, but by the nature of objective thinking and the ridiculousness of scientistical rationalistic denial, I'm closer to the truth of the matter than you'll ever be, and you don't have the foggiest clue why that gives people like me such a massive advantage over people like you.

Woot. As you so mindlessly rhetoricise.


blimey
#33
Thanks op:thumbsup:
#34
As if by Magic, an angry christian appears . . . . .

Please don't get SampleX going . . . . He can very easily say 1000 words when 20 will suffice, and he can smell an Evolution vs Creation argument a mile off. . . . . .
#35
smoggieboon
please don't get Samplex going . . . . He can very easily say 1000 words when 20 will suffice, and he can smell an Evolution vs Creation argument a mile off. . . . . .

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Begs the question - did he evolve or was he created and can he prove it?[/SIZE]:whistling:
#36
cibarious
[SIZE="2"]
Begs the question - did he evolve or was he created and can he prove it?[/SIZE]:whistling:


Well, he can't spell comedy either ("comdedy") for someone who tries to act clever. Maybe that's because he's evolved along with his so called typewriter which he clearly created ...........in his tiny little mind. ;-)
#37
not available through Amazon themselves anymore. i got email re my order to say they are having problems sourcing the book.
#38
bargainhunter45
not available through Amazon themselves anymore. i got email re my order to say they are having problems sourcing the book.


+1 shame i wanted this as a present
#39
ttwcd
+1 shame i wanted this as a present


You can still get it at Amazon, through different sellers, just not through Amazon themselves with free postage.

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