Errol Alger
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  • Winnsboro, SC
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Dangerous Chemical Ambiguously Labelled

Started this discussion. Last reply by Errol Alger Dec 21, 2016. 20 Replies

Clean Shot Drain Opener…Continue

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My Painting of a Scene In Haluzice, Slovakia

"Thanks for the compliment on my painting, Southern Gent!"
Jun 14
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My Painting of a Scene In Haluzice, Slovakia

"Beautifully done! It's like looking out of a window."
Jun 11
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My Painting of a Scene In Haluzice, Slovakia

Oil-on-canvas completed in 2012. We were introduced to this beautiful country by my son and his marriage to a wonderful Slovak girl. Their wedding took place in her village, Kálnica, in 2005.
Jun 11
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The Anderson Quarry in Winnsboro, South Carolina, USA

The NYC Flat Iron building and our house originate from this place. Before the operation abruptly closed in 1946, the high quality blue granite (contains no iron to discolor or limestone to erode) was being shipped as far away as Egypt. Scientists…
Jun 9
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Hold Fast to Dreams...

"It's a pully for lifting huge blocks of granite. They are all over the place at the abandoned Anderson Quarry in Winnsboro, SC. "
Jun 8
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Hold Fast to Dreams...

"What exactly is this? Looks like something from a very old ship."
Jun 8
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Hold Fast to Dreams...

"For when dreams die, life is a broken-winged bird that cannot fly" (from "Dreams," Langston Hughes, 1939).
Jun 8
Errol Alger posted a status
"The joys of living must be proactively protected; the demons of death must be shunned. https://www.instagram.com/p/BU6UujllqcA/"
Jun 4
Errol Alger replied to Michael D. Denny's discussion Urinating Outdoors
"For whatever reason, I don't have that problem  ;-)"
May 20
Errol Alger replied to Ollie's discussion Hello from Pennsylvania
"Much older, 62 -- also married with five children (all adults); one living in PA. Look forward to your posts!"
Mar 12
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Christian Men

Regardless of the specifics, we can all agree on one thing. Jesus Christ was the perfect Man who died and rose again for us such that we could have fellowship with Him
Mar 8
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Men Over 50

For the slightly older guys. (those who've already received the letter from AARP!) Let's just see how many of us are proud to have made it this far!See More
Mar 8
Errol Alger updated their profile
Mar 8
Errol Alger commented on Dennis Heins's group A Man's Garden
"Hoping to get out there tomorrow and start on my terraced vegetable garden around a gaping hole formed by a fallen pine. Will use blue granite stones that litter my property."
Mar 8
Errol Alger commented on Jared Padgett's group World Wines
"Still trying different ones, but The Calling, a Cabernet Sauvignon from the California Alexander Valley, has provided the best experience so far. It is aged 24 months in 100% French Oak; 14.50% alcohol. It is as enjoyable with or without a meal and…"
Mar 6
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World Wines

Celebrating fine wines from around the world.
Mar 5

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Website
http://https://www.linkedin.com/in/errolalger
Interests
Writing; Travel (favorite destinations include Mons, Belgium and Bratislava, Slovakia). Used to live in London (Borough of Brent), Germany (Bad Kreuznach and Landstuhl), and Belgium (Mons).
Books
Reading an enlightening book by Brian T. Johnston: Death as a Salesman; What's Wrong with Assisted Suicide

I Peter, 60th book of the Holy Bible
Movies
"Genius," 2016 film directed by Michael Grandage. Saw it three times while still showing in theaters. Quite an inspiration!
Music
Used to enjoy it very much. Lost interest, for the most part, in 2008. Rarely listen to it anymore.
Quote
"It's easy for someone to joke about scars if they've never been cut." (William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet)

"...the Kingdom of God is not a matter of talk but of power" (I Corinthians 4:20).

Basics:

Married to Charlene since 1975; five adult children (one boy, four girls); Christian (Accepted Christ in 1970); artist and teacher; born at Fort Bragg, North Carolina in 1955; attended 18 different schools in four countries before spending all four years at the same high school (Pine Forest, Fayetteville, NC); Masters Degree (MEd-Art).

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Shane replied to Portnoy's discussion History in the group The Great Debate
"All I do know, is that the motivations of government are often very different then the motivations of the common man. And very different from the what the propagandists would have you believe."
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Clinton R. Ausmus replied to Portnoy's discussion History in the group The Great Debate
"I don't want this to descend into a debate about the civil war. All I'm saying is I don't know what the common soldier was fighting for/thought they were fighting for, or what their family thought they were fighting for. In an age…"
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Shane replied to Portnoy's discussion History in the group The Great Debate
"His history is extremely one sided. He completely ignores the fact that 4.5 slave states remained in the Union, 4.5 left the Union only after the attack on Fort Sumter, the same economic warfare England had used on the American colonies the North…"
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Dominic replied to Portnoy's discussion History in the group The Great Debate
"I think the thing about when neo-confederates pull out the "ordinary soldier didn't fight for slavery" argument is that few, if any, ever cite actual soldiers' words in support of this argument. Surely there are CSA soldier…"
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Paul H replied to Peter O'Reilly's discussion Fasting and Intermittant Fasting
"Worth checking out Dr Rhonda Patricks episodes on The Joe Rogan Experience too. She talks about this on some of them."
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Clinton R. Ausmus replied to Portnoy's discussion History in the group The Great Debate
"You could be right. We just don't know what these folks were told when they were being recruited. Some may have been told, yes, this war is about slavery, but it's also about...Personally I think all this, is good for our country.…"
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Dominic replied to Portnoy's discussion History in the group The Great Debate
"Even if a monument "commemorates those that gave their lives", it is commemorating those that gave their lives in the service of a political regime whose primary goal was enslavement of blacks, regardless of how those individual soldiers…"
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