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Dr. Bob replied to Kenndy's discussion 'Can anyone eplain Ezekiel 23:20 ? I need to explain it to my child?'
"Don't get me started on the U.S. textbook system, particularly for K-12.  You are quite correct about the absurd influence of Texas and California. This is the problem with government monopoly education systems like the public K-12 system…"
Aug 16, 2013
archaeopteryx replied to Kenndy's discussion 'Can anyone eplain Ezekiel 23:20 ? I need to explain it to my child?'
"And the pathetic part of it is, Ed - and Texas knows this to be true - that because Texas orders more school books than any other single state, most publishers use the Texas version to send to other states as well, it saves on printing costs, and…"
Aug 16, 2013
Ed replied to Kenndy's discussion 'Can anyone eplain Ezekiel 23:20 ? I need to explain it to my child?'
"http://thinkprogress.org/politics/2010/03/12/86595/texas-education-board-cuts-thomas-jefferson-out-of-its-textbooks/ Pick & choose, ah yes, let's make sure we keep our agenda pointed righteously.  "
Aug 16, 2013
Archie Bushee replied to Kenndy's discussion 'Can anyone eplain Ezekiel 23:20 ? I need to explain it to my child?'
"I figured it out, Ezekiel 23/ 32. It's about two girls and a cup. Ewwww."
Aug 16, 2013
archaeopteryx replied to Kenndy's discussion 'Can anyone eplain Ezekiel 23:20 ? I need to explain it to my child?'
"When one knows it all, how can one be expected to learn anything? Actually, the Boy Scouts originated in England, with Sir Baden-Powell - I would expect you, being a Brit, to know more about it than I. Do. (Did I use the proper accent? I tried SO…"
Aug 15, 2013
Strega replied to Kenndy's discussion 'Can anyone eplain Ezekiel 23:20 ? I need to explain it to my child?'
"Thanks, Arch, that was excellent.  You never know, our 'resident theist' might even be able to learn a bit, although I don't really hold out too much hope.  I learned, however :) I don't suppose there's anything in…"
Aug 15, 2013
archaeopteryx replied to Kenndy's discussion 'Can anyone eplain Ezekiel 23:20 ? I need to explain it to my child?'
"Speaking of misogyny, Suz, and I know this to be one of your favorite topics, I posted this earlier on the Ex-Muslim TA site: "
Aug 15, 2013
archaeopteryx replied to Kenndy's discussion 'Can anyone eplain Ezekiel 23:20 ? I need to explain it to my child?'
"RE: "we pick and choose what goes in textbooks and school curriculum" - yeah, especially in Texas, which decided what will be in the majority of American testbooks for the next ten years. They've eliminated as much as they could of…"
Aug 15, 2013

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While judging people is unfashionable, don't ever be afraid to judge ideas

Posted on September 8, 2009 at 5:00am 9 Comments

* Everyone is entitled to their own opinion.

* Not everyone's opinions is as valid, useful or has as much merit as everyone else's in every situation.

* Nobody is entitled to their own facts.

* You have freedom of speech. You do not have freedom from criticism, freedom from offence or freedom from correction.



The problem happened where the first axiom (a healthy recognition that other people have different opinions) turned into the second and subsequent beliefs; that… Continue

Explaining Why It's Not Just Déjà Vu (All Over Again)

Posted on November 28, 2008 at 5:38pm 2 Comments



No matter how many times you experience déjà vu in your life, it never ceases to be a bizarre occurrence. While science has pretty much explained all the mystery out of awesome and strange things like the Northern Lights, eclipses, and those Magic Eye posters, it has failed to come up with a thorough explanation for déjà vu. Anne Cleary, a psychologist at Colorado State University, decided to put to the test that strange feeling where you could… Continue

When I was a kid

Posted on November 23, 2008 at 7:09pm 3 Comments

When I was a kid I used to pray every night for a new bicycle.
Then I realised God doesn’t work that way, so I stole
one and prayed for forgiveness.

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At 11:34am on January 6, 2009, Mike said…
The argument of deflationary trends and the whiplash inflation they are predicting is where it all hangs. Everyone knows we're deflating, they just cant all agree that inflation is going to happen at a rate they can control or not. :(
At 2:56pm on January 5, 2009, Mike said…
Hi Kenndy, welcome to the site :)
At 10:39pm on December 12, 2008, davesnothome said…
That's a pretty cool story about Deja Vu, however, your music list rocks my face off.
 
 
 

  

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