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  1. Does anyone have a Bio-Regions CP? I will gladly trade for it. Please Reply or PM me. Thanks.
  2. Yea Randi, what about u?
  3. I think so, cuz its after the start of holiday break, so the coaches dont want to go. We are trying to convince them, but idk.
  4. I think they have a limit at 4, because of the sweepstakes thing. I could c maybe 6 but I dont think they will allow 8.
  5. Worland is for sure not coming. I don't know if GR would make the trio, but it's possible. Natrona might come too, they had a team at State last year and they usually come to Sheridan. Powell questionably, Cody could come too. So we could be looking at 10-15. I might be bigger than we think seeing as State is in Sheridan this year. 4-East 2-Cody? 2-Powell? 1-Natrona? 1-Newcastle 2-Gillette 2-GR?
  6. so we will have like 7 Varsity teams then
  7. so 1 novice, is Liz going to bring up a novice and compete varsity?
  8. Durka your not going?
  9. I have: Advanced American Literature, Advanced Chemistry, College US History, Spanish, Advanced Pre-Calculus, Outdoor Education, College Computer Integrated Manufacturing, and Mentorship.
  10. i think they cut it off at 4 entrys per debate.
  11. Cool. We will have 2 Varsity. maybe a novice, but we don't really know.
  12. Sheridan Dec. 12-13 Who is going? Policy wise anyway. I know Worland won't be there. I hope it is not just us and Newcastle again.
  13. tampa at dallas atlanta at philly kansas city at jets san diego at nawleans StL at new england buffalo at miami washington at detroit arizona at carolina oakland at baltimore cincinnati at houston cleveland at jacksonville seattle at san francisco giants at pittsburgh colts at titans
  14. I think so. I absolutely agree with you.
  15. cowboys at rams- They looked good last week, and with the injury issues for the boys I think Haslett's new program will do fine. Also the Rams O-line is finally protecting Bulger allowing him to find the Rams potent reciever core. The Defense for the Rams is also playing well. They forced more turnovers in the Washington game then Washington had given out all season. titans at chiefs- I like where the Titans are going this year saints at panthers- I like Reggie Bush. When he is on he creates havoc for defenses. ravens at dolphins- Ravens are not the team i thought they were. Dolphins look good. 49ers at giants - They wont lose 2 in a row, especially to the 49ers steelers at bengals- bengals are fighting, they cant pull off a win. chargers at bills- The Bills have fallen off. And the Chargers looked like they were supposed to look last week. vikings at bears- I like the bears. AP is not who he was last year. Now if you want to beat the Vikings, u just have to shut down AP. And the Bears defense is a killer against the run. lions at texans- lions are the Worst team in football. browns at redskins- Browns are playing good, and the Redskins are beat up. colts at packers- The pack is not what they should be. The colts are finally playing good ball. jets at raiders- Two words. Brett Favre seahawks at buccaneers- the Bucs are looking good this year. seahawks arent. broncos at patriots- Broncos Defense> Jay Cutler> The Patriots Defense > The Pats Offense
  16. Analysis this week: rams at redskins- the Rams suck, plus Washington is probably 2nd if not the top in the NFC panthers at buccaneers- Even if Griese doesn't play, Garcia plays well. He almost led a comeback last week in Denver. bengals at jets- the Bengals are about as good as the Rams. Plus I got Brett for at least 4. raiders at saints-Both are playing mediocre, but it will be a defensive bout. Even though the Raiders have a slightly better defense, the Saints have a good sized advantage on offense and ST. Look fo Reggie Bush to have a good game, and find the holes in the Oakland defense. lions at vikings- The Lions are well in a league of their own(but not in a good way). I like AP and the Vikings. ravens at colts- Ravens are playing good, a 4th quarter comback is the only thing stopping them from being undefeated. While, the Colts almost lost to the Texans last week. dolphins at texans- I got the Dolphins, who are surprisingly playing good ball. They beat 2 premiere(or so we thought) AFC teams in a row. The Texans are no slouch though. It will be a decent game. bears at falcons- The bears have a fantastic defense, and I have them to shut down the Falcons Offense. Plus with the always threat Devin Hester, I think that the Bears are all around. jaguars at broncos- I got Denver at home. Cold weather is starting to settle in. plus I look for Cutler to have a good game. cowboys at cardinals- Dallas has a great Defense to back them up. Plus Dallas has looked superior. But my Upset this week is the Cardinals. They just look good, and Dallas is coming off a tough loss, and an almost comback by the BENGALS. Im a little worried about them. packers at seahawks- Seahawks are lacking on defense. and Seattles offense is almost unproductive. I got the better of the two. eagles at 49ers- The Eagles are good, and i think they will be fine. As long as they dont have a defensive lapse in the 4th quarter. patriots at chargers- It will be a good game. While the Pats have a better DL and LB core, the Chargers have a great secondary, and should match well with the Patriots WRs. But The Pats continue to find ways to win. The coach is far better than the Chargers'. giants at browns- Giants are good and well the Browns aren't
  17. Green Jobs & climate change? McCain- I faught party lines......skips around question.....offshore drilling. (wtf?)
  18. Obama used line by line........GO OBAMA!!!!
  19. washington at philly seattle at ny giants san diego at miami indy at houston atlanta at green bay chicago at detroit kansas city at carolina tennessee at baltimore tampa at denver cincy at dallas new englad at san fran buffalo at arizona pitt at jax minnesota at n'awleans
  20. denver@kansas city atlanta@carolina arizona@new york jets houston@jacksonville minnesota@tennessee san francisco@new orleans cleveland@cincinatti green bay@tampa bay buffalo@st louis san diego@oakland washington@dallas philadelphia@chicago baltimore@pittsburgh
  21. Redskins vs Cardinals Titans vs texans Giants vs Bengals Patriots vs Dolphins Vikings vs Panthers Bears vs Bucs Bills vs Raiders Falcons vs Chiefs Seahawks vs Rams Lions vs 49ers Broncos vs Saints Eagles vs Steelers Jaguars vs Colts Browns vs Ravens Cowboys vs Packers Jets vs Chargers
  22. As you may know, biblical ignorance is an epidemic in the United States. A recent study quoted by Dr. Peter Gomes in The Good Book found that 38 percent of Americans polled were certain the Old Testament was written a few years after Jesus' death. Ten percent believed Joan of Arc was Noah's wife. Many even thought the epistles were the wives of the apostles. This same kind of biblical ignorance is all too present around the topic of homosexuality. Often people who love and trust God's Word have never given careful and prayerful attention to what the Bible does or doesn't say about homosexuality. For example, many Christians don't know that: Jesus says nothing about same-sex behavior. The Jewish prophets are silent about homosexuality. Only six or seven of the Bible's one million verses refer to same-sex behavior in any way -- and none of these verses refer to homosexual orientation as it's understood today. Most people who are certain they know what the Bible says about homosexuality don't know where the verses that reference same-sex behavior can be found. They haven't read them, let alone studied them carefully. They don't know the original meaning of the words in Hebrew or Greek. And they haven't tried to understand the historical context in which those words were written. Yet the assumption that the Bible condemns homosexuality is passed down from generation to generation with very little personal study or research. The consequences of this misinformation are disastrousfor God's gay and lesbian children. Over the centuries people who misunderstood or misinterpreted the Bible have done terrible things. The Bible has been misused to defend bloody crusades and tragic inquisitions; to support slavery, apartheid, and segregation; to persecute Jews and other non-Christian people of faith; to support Hitler's Third Reich and the Holocaust; to oppose medical science; to condemn interracial marriage; to execute women as witches; and to support the Ku Klux Klan. Shakespeare said it this way: "Even the devil can cite Scripture for his purpose." We'd like to believe that no person of good will would misuse the Bible to support his or her prejudice. But time and time again it has happened with tragic results. Most people who misuse the Bible DON'T search the Scriptures. They simply find a text that seems to support their prejudice and then spend the rest of their lives quoting (or misquoting) that text. The way certain Bible verses are used to condemn homosexuality and homosexuals is a perfect example of this. On September 22, 2000, a 55-year-old man named Ronald E. Gay, angry for being teased about his last name, entered the Back Street Café in Roanoke, Virginia, a gathering place for lesbians and gays just a few miles from Lynchburg. Confident that God's Word supported his tragic plan of action, Mr. Gay shouted, "I am a Christian soldier, working for my Lord." Claiming that "Jesus does not want these people in his heaven," he shot seven innocent gay and lesbian people. One man, Danny Overstreet, died instantly. Others still suffer from their physical and psychological wounds. Most of the people I know who say "the Bible condemns homosexuality" would never condone these acts. Most Christians have no idea that the people killing gay and lesbian persons go around quoting those few verses of Scripture as justification. But it's important to hear these stories. It's a matter of life and death. I'm pleading for the lives of my lesbian sisters and gay brothers who are rejected by their friends and families, fired by their employers, denied their civil rights, refused full membership in their churches, and kill themselves or are killed by others -- all on the basis of these six or seven verses. The Bible is a book about God -- not a book about human sexuality. The Bible is the story of God's love for the world and the people of the world. It tells the history of God's love at work rescuing, renewing, and empowering humankind. It was never intended to be a book about human sexuality. Certainly, you will agree. In fact, the Bible accepts sexual practices that we condemn and condemns sexual practices that we accept. Lots of them! Here are a few examples. DEUTERONOMY 22:13-21 If it is discovered that a bride is not a virgin, the Bible demands that she be executed by stoning immediately. DEUTERONOMY 22:22 If a married person has sex with someone else's husband or wife, the Bible commands that both adulterers be stoned to death. MARK 10:1-12 Divorce is strictly forbidden in both Testaments, as is remarriage of anyone who has been divorced. LEVITICUS 18:19 The Bible forbids a married couple from having sexual intercourse during a woman's period. If they disobey, both shall be executed. MARK 12:18-27 If a man dies childless, his widow is ordered by biblical law to have intercourse with each of his brothers in turn until she bears her deceased husband a male heir. DEUTERONOMY 25:11-12 If a man gets into a fight with another man and his wife seeks to rescue her husband by grabbing the enemy's genitals, her hand shall be cut off and no pity shall be shown her. I'm certain you don't agree with these teachings from the Bible about sex. And you shouldn't. The list goes on: The Bible says clearly that sex with a prostitute is acceptable for the husband but not for the wife. Polygamy (more than one wife) is acceptable, as is a king's having many concubines. (Solomon, the wisest king of all, had 1,000 concubines.) Slavery and sex with slaves, marriage of girls aged 11-13, and treatment of women as property are all accepted practices in the Scriptures. On the other hand, there are strict prohibitions against interracial marriage, birth control, discussing or even naming a sexual organ, and seeing one's parents nude. the rest is here: http://www.soulforce.org/article/homosexuality-bible-gay-christian
  23. Accept him for who he is. This whole homophobic argument about it being a sin is ludacris. He is just a normal person. Oh and might i add. The bible is a book about god NOT a book about human sexuality. Religion talks about accepting everyone for who they are.
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