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Jill hung the I am no longer a slave to fear banner on her rear view mirror. It's posted in her stories. I couldn't upload it. 😕

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11 minutes ago, Sew Sumi said:

Jill hung the I am no longer a slave to fear banner on her rear view mirror. It's posted in her stories. I couldn't upload it. 😕

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Shots fired. Jim Bob must be shitting himself trying to figure out how to get her back in the fold.

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Maybe the 'no fear' sign if about Covid-19 and not about how she was raised. Do we know to what this sign is referring to? Did Jill say?

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Just now, floridamom said:

Maybe the 'no fear' sign if about Covid-19 and not about how she was raised. Do we know to what this sign is referring to? Did Jill say?

It is a freebie car air freshener, given to her by the company she's shilling for.

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15 hours ago, Nysha said:

Yes, it is. Twizzlers SUCK! 
#teamredvine

They both suck. Lol

I'm defrauded by her shoulders. You go Jill. 

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I am of two minds about the puddles.  On one hand, I did that ALL the time as a kid.  On the other, ringworm is a thing that happens, ew.

Age has ruined all my fun really.

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12 hours ago, floridamom said:

Maybe the 'no fear' sign if about Covid-19 and not about how she was raised. Do we know to what this sign is referring to? Did Jill say?

As I said in an earlier post, “I’m no longer a slave to fear” is a line in the song “No longer slaves” by Bethel Music. As Christians, we have put our faith in Jesus Christ and no longer live in fear of anything this world throws at us, including Covid 19. Not that you aren’t supposed to live smartly, but if the absolute worse happens, like losing your life, you will be in the presence of God, in a perfect world, for all of eternity. I encourage anyone to go to YouTube and listen to the words of this song. My favorite line in the song is “He split the sea so I could walk right through it”, meaning anyone is welcomed into God’s family.

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Just now, ehall1052 said:

Romans 8:15

For you did not receive a spirit that makes you a slave again to fear, but you received the Spirit of sonship. And by him we cry, “Abba, Father.” The Spirit himself testifies with our spirit that we are God’s children.

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2 hours ago, ehall1052 said:

As I said in an earlier post, “I’m no longer a slave to fear” is a line in the song “No longer slaves” by Bethel Music. As Christians, we have put our faith in Jesus Christ and no longer live in fear of anything this world throws at us, including Covid 19. Not that you aren’t supposed to live smartly, but if the absolute worse happens, like losing your life, you will be in the presence of God, in a perfect world, for all of eternity. I encourage anyone to go to YouTube and listen to the words of this song. My favorite line in the song is “He split the sea so I could walk right through it”, meaning anyone is welcomed into God’s family.

Yeah it's a bible verse and a song. Not everyone here is religious or Christian and the song may not appeal to them.  Fear is what drives fundies and fundie-lite Christians. It's certainly part of the world Jill grew up. JB and Michelle want their kids to fear God and them (JB and Michelle).  Also Bethel Music is too "worldly" for Gothard and any of his followers including JB and Michelle. It has too much of a beat. 

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On 5/23/2020 at 4:28 PM, emma675 said:

I'm glad she's experimenting and finding her style, but she has an unfortunate knack for finding clothes that add at least 30 pounds to her figure. 

I agree.  None of the outfits flatter her.  They make her look heavier than she is.  The black romper is especially hideous.

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I think it goes very well with his 70s pornstache. 

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I think Derick is a jerk and a dweeb but I THINK he might be going through the appearance changes to make Jill more comfortable with her appearance changes. Jill is experimenting with different styles of clothing, less "modest" clothes, cutting her hair, etc. So I think Derick might be growing out his mustache and hair because some couples want to do this sort of thing together. I could see someone with Jill's rigid upbringing having a hard time doing this by herself, so she needs her "bestest hubby ever." Yay!

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On 5/25/2020 at 5:45 AM, ginger90 said:

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Boy that yard has great drainage not.

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1 hour ago, Growsonwalls said:

I think Derick is a jerk and a dweeb but I THINK he might be going through the appearance changes to make Jill more comfortable with her appearance changes. Jill is experimenting with different styles of clothing, less "modest" clothes, cutting her hair, etc. So I think Derick might be growing out his mustache and hair because some couples want to do this sort of thing together. I could see someone with Jill's rigid upbringing having a hard time doing this by herself, so she needs her "bestest hubby ever." Yay!

I hope you are right, but I don't think he has that much insight.

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1 hour ago, Rabbittron said:

Boy that yard has great drainage not.

Yeah, my first thought was "Wow" they are either on a flood plain or a massive freak rain storm had just occurred.

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13 hours ago, BigBingerBro said:

Yeah, my first thought was "Wow" they are either on a flood plain or a massive freak rain storm had just occurred.

I checked and they were on a  flood plane. 

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 Why is Dwreck wearing headphones while driving?  That’s illegal in my state, and I would imagine illegal in Arkansas too. Not that he knows the law...

 

 

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On 5/27/2020 at 6:09 AM, Rabbittron said:

I checked and they were on a  flood plane. 

Not smart to buy a house in a flood plain.  I hope they have flood insurance

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Not surprised at the outcome of the poll, just surprised at the magnitude of the outcome. 95 to 5 against keeping the moustache!

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It's a landslide! Will Jill help him shave it off? 😁

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4 hours ago, doodlebug said:

When I first read this I thought, 'OMG, Derick is running drugs and wants to steal some pot!' then I realized he was talking about his 'stache which he definitely should not keep.

And I thought he meant some Grubhub money.

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8 hours ago, JoanArc said:

 Why is Dwreck wearing headphones while driving?  That’s illegal in my state, and I would imagine illegal in Arkansas too. Not that he knows the law...

 

 

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It's not illegal to text and drive in Texas or at least it wasn't because one of their governors thought people should make their own decisions. I have no idea what the laws in AR or my home state, but I'm surprised it's illegal to wear headphones and drive in any states. As long as your hands on the wheel and your eyes on the road; is it really that important?

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It's illegal in my state also, you cannot hear emergency vehicles if you have earbuds in. And most people crank the music up much higher than they should. Buy stock in hearing aids, its the future.

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Texting and driving laws may be determined locally in Texas. It's illegal in parts of the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. 

4 hours ago, GeeGolly said:

And I thought he meant some Grubhub money.

Heh. Way to misspell "stache," Derelict.

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1 hour ago, Chicklet said:

It's illegal in my state also, you cannot hear emergency vehicles if you have earbuds in. And most people crank the music up much higher than they should. Buy stock in hearing aids, its the future.

I googled it

It looks like it is not illegal in Arkansas. I have lived in states where it is illegal and it is commonly ticketed. I thought it would be more prevalent in most states, but I guess not. I retract my snarking, however it does seem like a safety issue to me.

 That said, I’m pretty sure binding, torturing, and killing people is illegal in every state, so that  mustache has to go. 

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Lol

 

He also may not be listening to music but using it for Bluetooth calling and his gps for his job.

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4 hours ago, Temperance said:

It's not illegal to text and drive in Texas or at least it wasn't because one of their governors thought people should make their own decisions. I have no idea what the laws in AR or my home state, but I'm surprised it's illegal to wear headphones and drive in any states. As long as your hands on the wheel and your eyes on the road; is it really that important?

It is illegal in California to have both ears covered.

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If it’s an issue about hearing emergency vehicles, what about deaf people? They drive. 

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2 hours ago, PradaKitty said:

If it’s an issue about hearing emergency vehicles, what about deaf people? They drive. 

 Presumably, deaf people will be less distracted by silence then by noise blaring in their ears, like a hearing person would.

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It's all about volume, not the type of audio device. When I was a stupid teen, I'd crank the car stereo to the point where I couldn't hear a car horn or siren. Now I am constantly listening to podcasts while driving, but I turn my device to a reasonable volume and loosen my earbuds a bit to ensure I'm not fully blocking out outside noises. Not a safety issue at all. 

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I remember a time sitting at a red light, hopping and bopping to the radio. Volume had nothing to do with this because the cop that I didn't notice, only had his lights flashing, no siren. Fortunately when I finally noticed him, he just laughed and drove past me as I pulled over.

Most states have no laws about earbuds, including Arkansas, some only allow one earbud and some don't allow certain professions to use them, including bus drivers.

I'm curious what Derick uses them for while driving.

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On 5/29/2020 at 11:05 PM, JoanArc said:

I googled it

It looks like it is not illegal in Arkansas. I have lived in states where it is illegal and it is commonly ticketed. I thought it would be more prevalent in most states, but I guess not. I retract my snarking, however it does seem like a safety issue to me.

 That said, I’m pretty sure binding, torturing, and killing people is illegal in every state, so that  mustache has to go. 

Even if it is not illegal, it shows a lack of basic common sense.  Which actually explains a lot about Derick's life, IMO.

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8 hours ago, GeeGolly said:

I remember a time sitting at a red light, hopping and bopping to the radio. Volume had nothing to do with this because the cop that I didn't notice, only had his lights flashing, no siren. Fortunately when I finally noticed him, he just laughed and drove past me as I pulled over.

Most states have no laws about earbuds, including Arkansas, some only allow one earbud and some don't allow certain professions to use them, including bus drivers.

I'm curious what Derick uses them for while driving.

Some of the music I listen to sounds like sirens, so I have sometimes freaked myself out by thinking there were sirens approaching. But they weren't. LOLOL

I didn't even realize people drove while wearing earbuds. 

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If they only drove with ear buds in, I once passed an old man who was driving in the passing lane, he had his big ole bible propped on the steering wheel reading while driving. Not driving well as you can imagine. I have never seen anything like that.

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What have they taken to the neighbors?

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Just now, Absolom said:

What have they taken to the neighbors?

Probably nothing except bible tracts 

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