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  1. about 12 years ago on Mike Luckovich

    For you tards who haven’t a clue how global warming (aka climate change) works in the real world; the warmer the atmosphere, the more moisture it will hold. The more moisture in the atmosphere, the more weather it will generate, some hot, some cold, most unpleasant. More typhoons and more hurricanes, more cyclones and more tornadoes, more blizzards and more more droughts. All of which make raising crops problematic. In the natural cycle of heating and cooling, due to the wobbling of the Earth’s axis this should be a period of cooling not warming.

  2. about 12 years ago on Signe Wilkinson

    On December 25, 1789, Congress, packed full of our Founding Fathers, was in-session. Nothing, especially when it comes to holidays, is ever “what it used to be.” Let’s not get into a “true spirit” conversation when it comes to Thanksgiving. All holidays evolve - Saturnalia turned into Christmas and fertility festivals turned into Easter. Regardless of their original intent the current holidays trump what was. We attach memories to them. They become personalized with traditions. We’re a country of re-invention. -Tina Dupuy

  3. about 12 years ago on Faces in the News by Kerry Waghorn

    Excellent Likeness

  4. about 12 years ago on Steve Benson

    I am neither for nor against apathy.

  5. about 12 years ago on Glenn McCoy

    What were once the family jewels are now junk.

  6. about 12 years ago on Jeff Danziger

    Looks like fun.

  7. about 12 years ago on Views of the World

    Why Coptics Would Kill the Pope

    For 200 years, Christians survived without a bible, with good cause. If there had been such a thing and one was caught with a bible, he would have been quickly turned into lion food. Then Constantine, for reasons political rather than religous I suspect, made the christian faith the official theology of Rome. Evidenced by his refusal to be baptized until he was lying on his death bed. Once it was official three archbishops independently set about assembling a bible a from the writings of the early christians. From the historical record, three very different books emerged. The archbishop of Rome produced the bare bones edition,ie; one gospel was enough, toss out most of the old testiment, trash most of St. Paul’s letters, etc. The archbishop of Alexandria, not suprizingly, produced the hernia model, given the Alexandrian love of literature, evidenced by the library of Alexandria with it’s half a million or so volumes, they threw in every gospel and religous text pertaining to christianity. The archbishop of Rouen produced the happy medium version with evolved into the king James version. When asked why only 4 gospels replyed, 4 is the right number, for example, and other irrefutable logic to justify his product, which became the chosen text for all of the Roman Empire, when the factions began to squabble amongst themselves.The Alexan- drians, not suprizingly, stuck to their complete version, incuring the wrath of the followers of chosen sect and the government of Rome. As the official christians began to systematically destroy all evidence of the other two, the Alexandrians were in a panic. Not wanting to allow their sacred books to be destroyed, they gathered up copies of all they had and went into the desert buried half of them and destributed the rest among the monasteries in the region to become the core of the coptic christian denomination. Unfortunately many if not most of these monasteries were destroyed by the official forces. Most of the Alexandrians texts were lost to the world for hundreds of years. Fortunately many, not all, of these documents have resurfaced in whole or in fragments recently. For instance, there are 21 gospels in whole or in part, and reference is made to two others of which we have nothing. Plus letters and acts of the Apostles and martyrs. The pope being the personification of the perceived destroyers becomes a target. A peek into antiquity.

  8. about 12 years ago on Views of the World

    With his munchkin vocabulary and language shortcomings not to mention a lack deductive ability, hjmself’s claim of an hundred-thirty-two IQ MUST be a grading error or an out and out lie. (an before H is correct!)

  9. about 12 years ago on ViewsAmerica

    Expect Gridlock.

  10. about 12 years ago on Ken Catalino

    REALITY CHECK The Republicans now control one half of one third of the Federal Government.