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yes whenever the hubs is feeling frisky. ;)
Now that's funny!
Tents need reviving? How do you even revive a tent?
when we were about 11 years old back in the 50s me and a couple of my friends snuck under the tent when the preacher came to town. he reached in a big old wooden box and pulled out a handfull of snakes and we ran like crazy. small town livin in the 50s was a trip.
Good heavens, NO.
yup, a Jimmy Swaggart camp meeting back when I lived in Michigan, which was before 1987
Not at a tent per se, but at a church. Circuit preacher dressed head to toe in a red pin-striped zoot suit, gold chains, a gold watch and gold teeth. Not a bad sermon, but when he kept passing the basket for money, I took my leave.
Last tent revival I went to was at 12,000 feet in elevation on a mountain sheep hunt. After a day of floundering around horseback on talus scree we all retired to the tents. When we revived we cracked open a half gallon of Crown, had supper and passed out. Whiskey at that elevation has a rather profound effect.
Many times in Colorado Rockies at about 11,000 feet elevation. I think I revived more than the tent however; escaping the humidity of the Kansas Plains in July and August.
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what the heck is a tent revival? I just threw away an old one. Didn't think there was any chance of repairing it so I bought a new one.
Never attended one and never will. I endured church until my teen years because of social pressures but walked away. I tried to understand the whole bible thing but it never clicked with me. Even sang in the choir for a couple of years. I kept looking at my watch to see how much longer I would have to sit there.
I thought it was a load of crap.
Who is bringing the snakes? I'll speak in tongues...
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