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yes 27 25.47%
yes, but i want to keep it to myself 2 1.89%
im not sure yet 6 5.66%
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Old 2006-05-08, 02:48 AM   #241
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We need apparel! haha. That or memorabilia....well spelled right anywyas.

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Old 2006-05-08, 02:54 AM   #242
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Juggle i like your sig. Joshua 1:9, i wish i could apply that to big drops
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Old 2006-05-08, 02:55 AM   #243
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HAHA, yeah its one of my favorite Bible verses.

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Old 2006-05-08, 04:01 AM   #244
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(having not read most of the thread)

I unicycle for the whole world. If Christ is listening, that includes him as well, plus a bunch of other religious figures. I hope that's worth something.

But I think I'll draw the line at the world for now, extending out to a little past geosynchronous orbit (to include my TV satellite). Going beyond that might start sounding a little selfish...
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Old 2006-05-08, 11:54 AM   #245
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To the Atheists: prove evolution.
While you're contemplating to what an extent that statement unreasonably links evolution with atheism (?!), here's something interesting to read.


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The first evidence of us walking upright comes from fossil footprints in Laetoli, Tanzania, discovered by Mary Leaky. They show two of our Australopithecus afarensis ancestors walking across a plain of volcanic ash in much the same way that we walk today. Their skulls, however, would still have been tiny.

Why we began to stand erect is a matter of debate. Dr Harcourt-Smith thinks it helped our ancestors find food and stay cool as the jungles were slowly replaced by grassland. But the fossil record is clear about one thing, he says: "Walking on two legs is the first thing that happens to us as we become human."
It then goes on to detail the development of the human foot.
It's pretty interesting reading and just suddenly made me accutely aware of the depth and scope of our understanding of our development as biological creatures, complete with the fossil record to 'prove' it.

It can't answer your challenge in isolation. That isn't the reason I posted the link. It's just some information to throw into your opinion-forming machine.
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Old 2006-05-08, 07:21 PM   #246
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Great Idea!

I think it's awesome and would like to join...I'll PM you in a moment.
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Old 2006-05-08, 07:30 PM   #247
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Ok I've been reading the thread a bit and have found all this use of ancient fossils for evidence..

A piece of info i found while doing a research project is that the continents would have eroded 5 times since teh dinosaurs if the Earth was really as old as they say it is. Many people will argue that tectonic forces explain the existence of the continents but it will not explain the existence of fossils
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Old 2006-05-08, 07:35 PM   #248
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Ok I've been reading the thread a bit and have found all this use of ancient fossils for evidence..

A piece of info i found while doing a research project is that the continents would have eroded 5 times since teh dinosaurs if the Earth was really as old as they say it is. Many people will argue that tectonic forces explain the existence of the continents but it will not explain the existence of fossils
Really, do you have a reference to a scientific, peer-reviewed paper?

I didn't think so. Complete hogwash that ignores visible, physical reality.
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Complete hogwash that ignores visible, physical reality.
That's religion in a nutshell.
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can we please not start this? a Christian will refute what an atheist said, then youll refute us, then vice versa, and itll go on forever
and never solve anything. so, the original point of this thread was not to prove or disprove anything, so can we keep it that way? please?
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can we please not start this? a Christian will refute what an atheist said, then youll refute us, then vice versa, and itll go on forever
and never solve anything. so, the original point of this thread was not to prove or disprove anything, so can we keep it that way? please?
Get it the "hell" out of rec.sport.unicycling.
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Old 2006-05-08, 09:09 PM   #252
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a continuing list of morons here...
Fixed.
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Old 2006-05-08, 09:27 PM   #254
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what did we ever do to hurt you tholub? if you look at the thread title, and see that it says Christ in it, then dont read it
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what did we ever do to hurt you tholub? if you look at the thread title, and see that it says Christ in it, then dont read it
Why don't you just go to soc.religion.gullible and post there about how to do a crank flip?
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