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May 28th 2011 10:07AM They used to do this at my old school, no one had a problem with it. But I think children should be allowed to opt out if they want to.
Jul 2nd 2010 9:09PM wow, people be hatin.,,,,
Jun 15th 2010 10:43PM It's not about the Today Show interview or the mention in a record book. It's about finding a purpose and a drive in your life. Living is more than surviving.
May 18th 2010 11:54PM I will get the caveat out of the way first by saying that they are incredibly talented. However...this is immoral. Those girls themselves within the confines of that dance group are probably well protected, but this encourages other girls their age to act and dress in the same manner as they do, putting them at risk. I hope they keep dancing, but I also hope that they do so in a modest way.
May 2nd 2010 7:34PM oh calm down, she wasn't promoting marxism or collectivism, she's saying that kickball had a positive effect in her life. And frivolity? Who says its frivolous? To her it isn't. And even if it is a little frivolous, there's something to be said about not taking life too seriously.
Mar 8th 2010 8:16PM The problem, of course, with saying that there is no parent in the sky is that there might actually be one. How do you know there is no God? Because your senses tell you that there is no God. You see and you think and you read and you say to yourself, "What ho! There is no God after all." But the issue is that the statement "my senses are trustworthy" cannot itself be verified by your senses. Thus anything could be true because your senses could be lying to you...fascinating....but I do believe in God, precisely because any creature that could examine it's own thoughts as you and I do could not, I think, be an accident. I can't be certain, not 100%, but I can believe that the balance of probability supports the existence of my God.
Jan 20th 2010 11:59PM I'm a Christian, and I while I am on the fences about how to think of evolution, I think that the killing of the unborn is wrong, and it is Tebow's responsibility to use his gifts to right the wrongs in our nation.
Jan 8th 2010 11:33AM Lol, my favorite part is where the kids just kind of cautiously walk away.
Dec 21st 2009 9:12AM I haven't seen the movie, so I cannot comment, but I appreciate the writer's willingness to respect Christian values even if he does not espouse them personally.
Dec 18th 2009 8:38AM This has NOTHING to do with women. If it had been a guy bothering him he would have said "bastard". He was undoubtedly rude, but he wasn't necessarily being sexist.