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Offline Understudy

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Stickers for your school books.
« on: February 18, 2007, 11:07:34 AM »
As if the "Do you speak Canadian?" wasn't enough. I found these stickers you can put on your school books. The only scary thing is that the sticker in the top left was real. Cobb County, Georgia decided to put the one in the top left on their science books.


Those darn activist judges did a smack down on the Cobb County School Board. Read the text below the stickers.

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Re: Stickers for your school books.
« Reply #2 on: February 20, 2007, 06:56:42 PM »
oh man, i am old.  i remember when evolution became standard teaching in science class.  i remember the stink it caused.  at that time, the it WAS taught as a theory and other beliefs were discussed in class.  it wasn't until later, when the secular humanists got into it, and the whole separation of church and state thing, that evolution became the only thing taught or discussed.

i am of the opinion that we are an alien experiment or lost colony.  i think there is ample proof of this and it should be taught in school as an alternative to both evolution (which can not be proved) and creation (also not proved).  if one theory is good, why not others??   :evil:
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