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Luke Arrington

December 05, 2012  2:57pm

It sounds much like the warning God gave Israel as they were poised to possess their Promised Land- this would be fantastic to use along with that narrative. It isn't trite and it expresses regret, absurdity, and something we can all related to- mindlessly watching TV.

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