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Bhaktipada Released from F.C.F - Jun 18, 2004 -



Hari Saran - Mon, 21 Jun 2004 03:14:05 +0530
Googling around, I found this News:

WTRF - Swami Bhaktipada Out Of Prision * Your Town * Your State * Your Future. ... Bhaktipada was released Wednesday from the federal correctional facility in North Carolina. ...
http://www.wtrf.com/home/headlines/836432.html - 28k - Jun 18, 2004 -



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Madhava - Mon, 21 Jun 2004 03:31:00 +0530
Please be a bit more aware of what you copy and paste. "Prison Your Town * Your State * Your Future."
Hari Saran - Mon, 21 Jun 2004 04:16:20 +0530
QUOTE(Madhava @ Jun 20 2004, 10:01 PM)
Please be a bit more aware of what you copy and paste. "Prison Your Town * Your State * Your Future."

I copy and paste the headline of the link as showing at Google:

"WTRF - Swami Bhaktipada Out Of PrisonSwami Bhaktipada Out Of Prison Your Town * Your State * Your Future. ... Bhaktipada was released Wednesday from the federal correctional facility in North Carolina. ...
www.wtrf.com/home/headlines/836432.html - 28k - Jun 18, 2004 - Cached - Similar pages"


And the Link to connect to the website was below the first picture as:

Headline

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Are feeling guilt of something?
Madhava - Mon, 21 Jun 2004 04:49:32 +0530
Just paste the headlines, not all that junk that has nothing to do with it, like some links from the website like "Your Town * Your State * Your Future".
Hari Saran - Mon, 21 Jun 2004 10:49:14 +0530
QUOTE(Madhava @ Jun 20 2004, 11:19 PM)
Just past the headlines, not all that junk that has nothing to do with it, like some links from the website like "Your Town * Your State * Your Future".

There is a saying in my country which goes like this, ďThe malice is not in the words of who says, but in the thoughts of who thinksĒ

We have one example right here:

QUOTE(Jagat Jun 20 2004 @ 12:53 PM)
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As to the language, I think you will find that my use of language has been impeccable throughout all the years of forum use. In this case, I used this language deliberately. But if I caused offense, I am sorry.

I was making a point, that is all. But if anyone did take offense, that just shows their incapacity to see the human side of acharyas like Rupa. This proves my point.



"Your Town * Your State * Your Future", for me, they are just colorful words.

Do not forget that I was just Googling around wink.gif
nabadip - Mon, 21 Jun 2004 11:17:58 +0530
And you also just got a kind and helpful instruction by the moderator who would like to keep his site as much to the point as possible. smile.gif
Hari Saran - Mon, 21 Jun 2004 11:53:35 +0530
I will try next time smile.gif

Thanks!
jijaji - Tue, 22 Jun 2004 05:44:11 +0530
ok

Bizzare to see those young indian kids all starry-eyed over mr. hamm..

is everyone freakin brainwashed now or what..?

I ask you!

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Hari Saran - Tue, 22 Jun 2004 06:19:58 +0530
If you ask me, I would say that it is probably the ironic part of modern influences over east-west gaudiyas, I guess.
jijaji - Tue, 22 Jun 2004 07:56:58 +0530
QUOTE(Hari Saran @ Jun 22 2004, 12:49 AM)
If you ask me, I would say that it is probably the ironic part of modern† influences over east-west gaudiyas, I guess.

guess so..

its just all so freakin bizzare really

bhaktipad with indian cult members

like a freak show in fact

the snake pit..
Hari Saran - Tue, 22 Jun 2004 08:42:28 +0530
My participation on this matter is, I only know what I know, that is all.
I may have more respect than rejection, however that does not mean Iím taking sides. Iím free and curious like any body else might be.

Nevertheless, I find truly interesting that even after so many years in Jail, good part of Mr Hamís fame stands supported by Indians followers. For example, Swami Bhaktiyogi, from Hrishikesh Ashram.