Frank Gerwer Nose Control Video

By: | Wednesday, March 14, 2012 //

Frank Gerwer Snot Rocket from dlxsf on Vimeo.

Watch this new video from Thunder trucks with Frank Gerwer and the truck’s controlled turns and grinds. Because if anybody nose control, it’s Frank Gerwer, the man with the golden beak.

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  • CASA

    .I do not consider non-LDS Christians as false Christians. I sipmly do not believe they have as much truth as is available. I really do not think God makes the divisions and boundaries and labels that we are so prone to. There are false doctrines. There are false creeds. A false teacher, in my opinion, is somebody who knowingly teaches falsehoods, most often for personal gain or attention.But I would never consider a person a false-Christian who is honest in following their conscience according to their understanding of Christ. None of us have a monopoly on truth. Every person is so limited in knowledge compared to God. We are sipmly on different points of the path in pursuing knowledge and truth. The important thing is which direction we are headed in that pursuit- and that is determined by what spirit we follow.As far as polygamists being mormon – again, I think it is important to make definitions clear. If society wants to define a mormon as somebody who believes in Joseph Smith and the BOM- fine. But LDS feel it important to define our church and organization- that we do not currently practice polygamy or believe such practice is condoned of God at this time. We do not want people thinking we are the people seen on 60 minutes, etc. in the small Southern Utah/Arizona towns following those father/prophet/figures and dress in 1800s garb. And I think that is fair.The problem is that society, by and large, doesn t make such distinctions between Mormon and a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. They are one and the same to most people. So when somebody says the mormons practice polygamy, we don t like that because it is by the accepted definitions of society, saying something false about us.