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  1. said:

    That sounds like it was a lot of fun. Denise was right, that is a perfect shot of Mr. Incredible. I bet Zach had a great time, I hope he gets to be on TV. So, are they going to give you a finished 1 hour product, that mabye we could all watch on the bigf screen at church sometime?

    June 8, 2005
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  2. said:

    So cool. Aren’t Australians the best? During our trip to the Australian Open this past June I really fell in love with the country and the people; can’t wait to go back.
    Please let us know when this will be aired.

    June 9, 2005
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  3. said:

    correction: we were there this past January – summer time down under.

    June 9, 2005
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  4. said:

    Yeah, Donna, the Aussies are great. I also have a NF penpal from the mountains near Snowy River. We have much in common, including trips to opportunity shops (thrift stores).

    They said they will let us know when they have the finished product and when it will be aired. Projected on the big screen? Well, that depends on whether the semi-nude shots of me with my shirt off make the cut. I wouldn’t want to gross people out or frighten the children!

    June 9, 2005
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  5. said:

    No, no, no… it’s not sexy at all… very tastefully done… it’s art.

    June 9, 2005
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  6. said:

    That sounds like a good day! I think we actually get that station and we’ll be able to watch the show if you could somehow let us know when it might be on TV. How cool that Zach got to play basketball with you for some of the footage. I bet he was nervous. That would make me nervous. I was in a Mexican Inn (my grandparent’s restaurant) commercial that aired on local stations–I was uncomfortable anytime it came on.
    Bo, were you able to talk about God during the interview?

    June 9, 2005
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  7. Mike Anderson said:

    Sounds like it went great! When I drove by and you all were in the front yard it seemed like everyone had a great time!

    And maybe if I think of your surgical artifacts as “art” I can really look at those pictures you brought to the concert/worship night a few weeks ago. I get pretty week kneed with stuff like that…I almost dropped in Dan’s ICU room when he was describing what they did to him.

    Can’t wait to see you and the Spirit on TV!

    June 9, 2005
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  8. said:

    Now that you’ve “gone Hollywood” I hope you still remember the little peeps!!!

    June 9, 2005
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  9. Michele said:

    Hey, celebrity! Oh my gosh, you look so cute in your picture with those guys. I can’t wait to see the Denise segment. She hates the spotlight more than anyone I know. You should have called me to play her. I could’ve worn a little Denise wig or something. I would’ve gone for the oscar.
    I am so excited about all this! Was the guy that Camille hit it off with the young one? Single, Christian? More details, please!

    June 9, 2005
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  10. Anonymous said:

    Oh my gosh, Michele, ew! Adrian was the short one with a pony tail. He was a Christian but he’s also married, with a child, and probably in his 40’s/50’s. None of them were young!
    Camille

    June 9, 2005
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  11. Michele said:

    Sorry, Camille, but I always picture you ending up with an older guy, because you’re sort of like Zach and Eric, (and now Brian we’re learning) young and cute on the outside, but 2,000 years old at heart.

    June 9, 2005
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  12. Yikes. That’s the scariest bacteria out there. I’m glad you survived it without losing anything. You’re a very lucky man. 🙂

    June 9, 2005
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  13. said:

    I’ll be sure to let everyone know when it’s on (unless they spend too much time on the scenes with my shirt off — then it will probably slip my mind).

    Yeah, Sadie, I did talk about the Lord, His miracles and trips to Uganda, where I got to show badly burned kids my scars… Then, I would share Paul’s words with them:

    Galatians 6:17 … I carry the scars of Jesus on my body.

    I told those kids, many of whom were pretty ashamed of their twisted hands and terrible burns, that we were blessed to suffer for Christ and to be marked out for everyone to see. So, they are special.

    If you’re a praying person…

    Please pray that the Lord will guide the series editor, so that God will be praised. The editor pretty much decides what direction the story will take.

    Also, pray for the crew that filmed us. They are going to go from miraculous story to miraculous story. I’m sure they will hear and see many people praising God… pray that the Lord would soften their hearts.

    June 10, 2005
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