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    The Story of Little Tree

    Hey Rus, and anyone else, you would enjoy this...Easter from a tree's point of view. It's an MP3 (audio), not a video, so you can do other things while listening, it doesn't suck up all your attention like video or TV.
    Or maybe you already know this story. First time I heard it.

    https://www.fairbrothers.com/little-tree.mp3

    "The Story of Little Tree" was first aired in 1951. I heard it on OTR (Old Time Radio), on their "Matinee Theater". It was on OTR's "family Theater."

    I listen to (Click Here for OTR) it's an instant soporific. I'm asleep in 10 minutes whether it's a Western, Detective, Quiz show, Suspense, Sci-Fi, Mystery, etc...
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    [QUOTE=TheInterocitor;1492120]Hey Rus, and anyone else, you would enjoy this...Easter from a tree's point of view. It's an MP3 (audio), not a video, so you can do other things while listening, it doesn't suck up all your attention like video or TV.
    Or maybe you already know this story. First time I heard it.


    it is a nice Easter Story.But for children and special smaller children to appreciate, it for sure can do without ll that - Hollywood hooplah-
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    Quote Originally Posted by Benedikt View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TheInterocitor View Post
    Hey Rus, and anyone else, you would enjoy this...Easter from a tree's point of view. It's an MP3 (audio), not a video, so you can do other things while listening, it doesn't suck up all your attention like video or TV.
    Or maybe you already know this story. First time I heard it.
    it is a nice Easter Story.But for children and special smaller children to appreciate, it for sure can do without ll that - Hollywood hooplah-
    The original was in 1951. That was when "Hollywood" supported, no, celebrated Christian morality.

    Nowadays, we have "progressed." Big Hollywood does not produce anything that supports any religious-based morality, and their films are based on situational ethics that would lead to failure if practiced in the real world.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheInterocitor View Post
    The original was in 1951. That was when "Hollywood" supported, no, celebrated Christian morality.

    Nowadays, we have "progressed." Big Hollywood does not produce anything that supports any religious-based morality, and their films are based on situational ethics that would lead to failure if practiced in the real world.
    They never really celebrated Christian morality. They knew they had to tolerate the Hays code if they wanted to maintain any control over their content. If not for that awareness that a refusal to censor themselves would result in more direct government control, they would have been porning it up in the 30s. They did as much as they thought they could get away with.
    No, they always hated the Comstock laws, and Christian tradition and morality in particular, because it has always told the rich how they ought to behave, whereas fashion tells them to behave as they like. So they are always setting fashion and fads against that tradition and morality.

    But you ARE right that their attacks are progressive, and they can get away with much more today than they could in 1930. But anyone with a brain could do the math and see that that progression is not going to stop at the point they have reached now, but will continue on to things that are currently unthinkable but will soon be thinkable.

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