It appears that most things announced these days are farther in the past than believed.
posted on 02/20/2007 11:59:17 AM PST
To: SunkenCiv; Coyoteman
posted on 02/20/2007 11:59:48 AM PST
posted on 02/20/2007 12:03:14 PM PST
by Jedi Master Pikachu
( What is your take on Acts 15:20 (abstaining from blood) about eating meat? Could you freepmail?)
bet they had some dand John Deere's
posted on 02/20/2007 12:03:36 PM PST
( • not one to over kill the thought process™ •)
The first city ever recorded was Enoc was in Genesis Four. Organized groups did various things for the city - masons built, and farmers provided food for them.
Is this farther back then that?
posted on 02/20/2007 12:14:59 PM PST
(Reality doesn't say much - doesn't need too)
I'm really condused by CE, AD and every other reference to what year it is these days. What is YA?
Sort of topical-- PBS NOVA is showing "America's Stone Age Explorers" tonight at 7pm Central. I think this is the premier tonight; should be interesting.
posted on 02/20/2007 3:35:38 PM PST
England outlawed slavery in 1833. By 1850, there could not have been a single moral person in this country who didn't understand that it was evil. Your defense of this institution is laughable.
Does that mean that the "Cradle of Civilization' isn't?
posted on 02/20/2007 4:23:15 PM PST
(MSM: Israelis are killed by rockets; Lebanese are killed by Israelis.)
"Practice Of Farming Reaches Back Farther Than Thought"
They farmed without thinking?
posted on 02/20/2007 5:18:55 PM PST
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posted on 02/20/2007 9:23:52 PM PST
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