http://www.macminute.com/cgi-bin/wwwthre...p;Number=260933<br><br>Now the current board has narrowly approved new science standards that leave evolution in place but add specific criticisms that schools are urged to teach. Most significant, the definition of science is changed so it is not limited to natural explanations. The standards, which define the material to be covered in statewide science tests, won't take effect until 2007 at the earliest. That leaves time for the electorate to once again dump the board members responsible for this lunacy.<br><br>"big joke until the depression sets in<br>the females no longer go back to their 'job' in E'rak.<br>They just get pregnant by their 'boyfriends'<br>against the will of their 'honorable' fathers...<br>perhaps blind fathers"<br><br>wild, considering<br><br>[color:green]And one more thing, screw the afterlife! This is EARTH baby!</font color=green>
You have to take any political thread from 2005 with a grain of salt since you don't know how many sock puppets on the left hand were ganging up on you with their right. It was an amusing read though. I was waiting for FatMatt to show up to yell at MAttMac112. Those threads are hilarious. (In a sad sort of way.)<br><br>
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