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Feb 16, 2010 01:51 PM
by Augoeides-222

Always get off the train with a smile on your face at those times and conditions. That way people will see our happy for hours until your frozen smile thaws out lol. 
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Sent: Tuesday, February 16, 2010 7:51:44 AM GMT -08:00 US/Canada Pacific 
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Yes, we actually have weather. I remember in college going to the loop 
one frigid January morning when it was 20 below and a 20 mph wind coming off 
the lake and when I got off the train I never felt more alive than when that 
blast hit my face. 

And they think we will be impressed by a little snow! 

Fie upon them. 

Chuck the Heretic 

In a message dated 2/15/2010 5:47:57 P.M. Central Standard Time, writes: 

Yep, 26 beow zero icy frozen everything, and that wonderful 50 mph breeze 
blowing acroos thge 1/2 mile of ice on the shore of Lake Michigan begin 
reaching any of us chicagoans lol!!! Sbow was higher than I was when I was kid 
in Chicago. We used to grab a ride and shoe surf on the ice by holding 
onto the back bumpers of the cars ! Wheee what fun!!! And the MONSTER summer 
electrical storms amde my mom disappear because she was hiding in the closet. 
And it was estatic to wake up drenched with wet sheets in the hot summer 
time of Chicago. I also said "Whats the big deal?" we had snow like that 
every year back on the 40-50's! 

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Sent: Monday, February 15, 2010 8:14:59 AM GMT -08:00 US/Canada Pacific 
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I can remember a number of years where 95% of the US was under snow and 
cold so bad it froze the oil in car engines. This year is nothing. Oh the 
East Coast had a snow storm and the southerners got to make snowmen, but 
from Chicago, I live in Wisconsin and you ain't gonna impress me with 

As far as the planets being aligned with the Milky Way, the planets are 
always aligned with something. The Mayans were simply nuts, or is it the 
folks who are taking them seriously who are nuts? Sorry, I'm not 

Chuck the Heretic 


In a message dated 2/14/2010 7:35:43 P.M. Central Standard Time, 
_ ( ) _silva_cass@yahoo.sil _ 
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Hi Chuck 
Seeing we have no recorded evidence of all the planets being in alignment 
with the Milky Way (which is all the Mayans predicted) we have no way of 
knowing what, or cannot predict, how or if this event will impact the 
We have had pole shifts in the past and survived them, we have had ice and 

mini ice ages, so what I am saying, is not that the earth will be 
annihlated but what is causing these climatic changes such as 95 percent 
of the USA 
under snow? 

We have evidence of islands sinking and evidence of mountains reemerging, 
and if a chamber was found in the sphinx foot it would suggest that it was 
constructed to hold something which could have been removed. As Cayce was 
a christian perhaps the Jesus thing was more about the Christos thing.? 

Are there no more clairvoyants left in the TS? 


In AgnosticsRefuge@ yahoogroups. com, "HumanCarol" <humanist@> wrote: 
> > 
> > Unable to correctly attribute material to the correct author, 
mangummurdock <no_reply@> alleged: 
> > 
> > > Richard Dawkins argues in Chap 3 of his book "The Dawkins Delusion" 
> > 
> > It is already know that that is a lie. 
> > 
> > << "it is more parsimonious to conjure up, say, a `Big Bang 
singularity' or some other physical concept as yet unknown" to account for 
existence of the universe. The word parsimonious is meaningless in 
Whatever it might denote, how could it be measured? But conjure is the 
verb, suggesting as it does both misdirection and inattention. 
The Big Bang singularity does not represent a physical concept, because it 
cannot be accommodated by a physical theory. It is a point at which 
theories give way. Inattention: The physical concept in which Dawkins has 
placed his confidence is something that is either infinite and 
or otherwise unknown. Men have come to faith on the basis of far les_s. 
This is, I suppose, not surprising. His atheism notwithstanding, Dawkins 
believes that he i_s a "deeply religious man." He simply prefers an alien 
> > 
> > Why don't you correctly attribute that passage? 
> > 
> > Here is the context and a correct citation: 
> > 
> > ---begin excerpt--- 
> > 
> > > > 

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