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March 30th, 2007

Wal Mart, meeting people you know, and what I'm doing tomorrow and Sunday @ 11:18 pm

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From:extreme_jew
Date:April 1st, 2007 01:47 am (UTC)

Mormon Scriptures, and other things

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Hi Ner,

I've been reading your journal for years now, ever since I first started mine back in 2004. I was wondering if you read the Mormon scriptures on a braille display, or if you just got them in txt or html format or something and read them on the PC. BTW, I'm glad you've found something that's uplifting for you and helps you through life's ups and downs.

All the best,

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Hi Ner,

I've been reading your journal for years now, ever since I first started mine back in 2004. I was wondering if you read the Mormon scriptures on a braille display, or if you just got them in txt or html format or something and read them on the PC. BTW, I'm glad you've found something that's uplifting for you and helps you through life's ups and downs.

All the best,

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From:djner
Date:April 1st, 2007 04:08 am (UTC)

Re: Mormon Scriptures, and other things

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Amanda,
The church has everything, I mean everything, in braille. YOu can either get it sent to you in braille (free) or you can download the braille files, which
is what I do, and send them to a braille display. I have a Pac Mate, so it does the brf files, which is what the scriptures, hymn books, and magazines
come in. The only thing they don't make in a brf file is the Bible, and that, I have to use a third party bible reader for. Only thing I miss is the footnotes
the LDS King James version Bible has.

Ner's Random Musings on a life of interesting insights

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