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  1. We just finished the 3rd season. Wonderful series.
  2. I’m sorry to hear this. I am praying for you. I’m praying for a good outcome for you and your family.
  3. I thoroughly enjoyed this session of conference. I was moved and inspired. President Nelson’s talk was the perfect capstone.
  4. Yes! Sorry. Not great posting this from my phone.
  5. https://newsroom.churchofjesuschrist.org/article/april-2021-general-conference-statistical-report
  6. It has been posted here. Matt Martinich summarizes here, and promises an analysis soon. Try this one: https://newsroom.churchofjesuschrist.org/article/april-2021-general-conference-statistical-report
  7. Doh!!! I see. Sometimes I’m quicker on the uptake. Not that it changes anything, but this research seems to have been done in 1978. So I wasn’t sure what the connection to the 1960s was? At the end of the day, I do understand how the way the information was likely gathered contradicts the message. Thanks for the explanation and patience.
  8. First: I recognize that what impresses me, will not impress all. I’m glad we’re given an opportunity to hear many different voices during conferences. I think it increases the chance for teaching and growth. Second: I don’t think I understand your question about the 1960’s. Perhaps it was something Elder Stevenson said that I missed. Could you explain a bit?
  9. I loved Elder Stevenson’s message, especially how he explained the “Rabbit Effect” “https://www.nyjournalofbooks.com/book-review/rabbit-effect I want to learn how to show love and kindness in all that I do.
  10. Yes. I agree that it has a certain negative “appearance.” Do we know that Stott did not provide statements as part of the DPS investigation?
  11. Not commenting on the "appearance" of his retirement, but Chief Stott was 70 years of age when he retired in 2018. Given his age, one wonders how "abrupt" his retirement really was? He also was the one who requested the investigation of BYUPD in 2016, but he did not retire for more than 2 years following. His actions don't really point toward an effort to avoid testifying.
  12. UPDATE The Tribune is reporting tonight that the administrative law judge has rejected the State’s request to decertify the BYU police — BYU will keep its police department. ”Brigham Young University will keep its police department after an administrative law judge took the surprising step of tossing the case where state officials had sought to strip the private campus of its policing powers.”
  13. Yes. It’s his fault! But maybe some blame can go to this guy too. 🤓
  14. I'm grateful for President Nelson. As one of the commentators on the YouTube channel noted: His eyes say "I love you!" #GiveThanks
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