« on: April 24, 2014, 05:42:06 pm »
Living proof that any damn fool can make things more complex
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A Louisiana teacher who taught her sixth grade class that evolution is “impossible” and that the bible is “100 percent true” ridiculed a Buddhist student during class and announced that those who don’t believe in god are “stupid,” according to a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union of Louisiana.
When the child’s parents reported the incidents, the Sabine Parish superintendent allegedly told them “this is the Bible Belt,” and asked whether the child, referred to as “C.C.” could either change his faith or transfer to a school where “there are more Asians.”
Seller Notes: “In All-American condition”
Greetings.for the last month you could have bought this lovely little illustration called " Joy All Around" for $25 here on EBAY . In light of the recent bid of $100,000 for a crappy painting done by an "artist" who's only claim to fame is he killed someone, I said to myself.....Edd...........even though I haven't killed anyone it's time to sell-out and ask $50 Included is my signed handwritten note for the ad and the Sharpie , signed of course, used to write the note.
This new information has me pondering exactly who this guy is: is he the concerned whistle-blower? Or did he have an ulterior motive to spill what he did? His background isn’t really CIA or NSA material, so say a few people I’ve spoken to who actually have worked for a government contractor. So why was he hired? And why did he pick now to speak out? This has never smelled right to me, which is why I have withheld judgement. But these new revelations create even more questions. Is this whole thing a ruse to make the President look bad? If so, who is funding it – who is paying for all his travel and hotels? Or is Edward Snowden, a man who has completely destroyed his own life, just stupid?
The court also decided that a court can use silence against a defendant against him before Miranda rights are given.