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C'mon David, tell us what you really think.
I wonder if the iPhone is able to use some of those awesome David Lynch Ringtones he was selling a couple months back. I love the "I like to kill deer" one.C'mon David, tell us what you really think. I wonder if the iPhone is able to... more
Well as many of you know the WBC (Westboro Baptist Church) from their famous sayings such as "you eat your kids" "god bless IEDS" and their claim to fame "god hates fags"
they are also famed for protesting at military funerals, claiming 9/11 to be a good thing, and believing other atrocities to be the graceful will of god.
Well here is their song that has been online for a while now, basically summing up what they think...watch it until the end, i guess corruption knows no age.
http://www.godhateswbc.net/ (anti wbc site)
http://www.thesignsofthetimes.net/index.html (wbc homepage)Well as many of you know the WBC (Westboro Baptist Church) from their famous sayings... more
(Marquette, Michigan) - The Manoomin Project is restoring wild rice to northern Michigan after the grain disappeared a century ago due to logging, pesticides and other manmade impact.
Over 100 at-risk teens are learning to respect themselves, nature and American Indian culture by planting more than one ton of wild rice during the past four summers. The teens also learn about social issues like racism against Native Americans.
The 2007 planting was delayed six weeks until November due to low water levels.
The teens first participate as part of juvenile court probation for minor crimes but many enjoy the project so much they return the next year.
Guides from several tribes volunteer to teach the teens how to take water samples, and about the historical and cultural importance of the grain that is used in many American Indian ceremonies.
The project was founded by the non-profit Cedar Tree Institute and the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community (KBIC).
Guides belong to KBIC, the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa (Ottawa) Indians based in downstate Harbor Springs, Michigan, and the Bois Forte Band of Chippewa located close to International Falls, Minnesota near the Canadian border.
Rev. Jon Magnuson, project founder, praised the tribes for working with the teens, most of whom are white. The project includes classroom time, stress reduction exercises, and learning about social issues like prejudice against Native Americans.
In July 2007, the teens heard from Ojibwa elder and Vietnam War veteran Glen Bressette who explained he was the target of racism while their age and overcame problems familiar to the youth like substance abuse and scrapes with the law that included being shot at by police while stealing gas.
The teens witnessed Bressette have a dramatic flashback when a helicopter flew low and close to their meeting site along Lake Superior. He had been a gunner aboard a chopper in Vietnam.
American Indian guide Don Chosa said the teens carry hundreds of pounds of wild rice seeds for miles through thick forests and over mountains to get to seven secret remote planting sites along rivers and lakes. During the hikes, the teens have come upon bears, eagles and other wildlife.
An annual "Blessing of the Wild Rice" ceremony is held that includes American Indian food, songs, language, and prayers. If they want, the teens have the opportunity to learn about God and the environment but they are not forced to be be involved in any religious activities.
Manoomin Project volunteer media advisor Greg Peterson looks at the 2007 planting and four years of success.(Marquette, Michigan) - The Manoomin Project is restoring wild rice to northern... more
A swastika was scrawled Wednesday on the office door of a Columbia University professor in the latest shocking hate crime to roil the Ivy League campus.
"It makes the blood boil," said Teachers College Prof. Elizabeth Midlarsky. "This is a terrible act, not just against me, but against any Jewish people at Columbia." A swastika was scrawled Wednesday on the office door of a Columbia University... more
Good riddance, I hope the decision is upheld...Fred Phelps is a disease on humanity.
How thin-skinned are we? When someone says "queer" or "faggot" do we run home crying? Should laws be created that disallow pejorative and vulgar words from being expressed? Does that tread on the toes of freedom?How thin-skinned are we? When someone says "queer" or "faggot" do... more