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Drago. Ivan Drago.
Holy shit - you can see the building.
Score one for human exhaustion-hunting hypothesis (theory?).
Seriously? They spent 40 years in the wilderness (sound familiar) to avoid religious persecution, their most prized possession is a bible, the son is a bible scholar, the daughters are childless and your natural assumption is that there was incest?
How do you figure; that they brought along a shipping container of condoms? Based on what I read, I would leave my daughter with them before I left her with some of the folks on this board.
how did adam and eves kids have kids bro..
CRAZY. Tagging/bookmarking to read tomorrow morning.
I found this story to be quite fascinating. I want to know more.
It is unfortunate that the video linked at the bottom of the page is only in Russian.
Spoiler alert if you just want to discover things for yourself in the story: I was stunned that they knew when man first started sending up satellites, and found it equally amazing that they would not accept that man had walked on the moon.
I especially love the "wah wah wah waaaahhhhh" noise at the end of the vid.
My assumption is that religion has nothing to do with whether or not there was incest.
A New Hampshire lawyer who works with a virulently anti-gay Christian-right organization has been found guilty of child pornography charges after videotaping her own daughter having sex with two men on multiple occasions.
Lisa Biron, 43, of Manchester faces a minimum sentence of 25 years in prison after a jury convicted her yesterday. The jury deliberated for less than an hour.
Biron, arrested by the FBI last November, was accused of eight felony counts involving the videotaping of men having sex with a 14-year-old girl who was identified by the Associated Press as her daughter. She also allegedly made a cellphone video of herself having sex with her daughter.
Biron, who claimed on her Facebook page (which was taken down, according to the Concord Monitor) that the Bible was her favorite book, had worked with Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), formerly the Alliance Defense Fund, in defending a Pentecostal church in Concord in a tax fight against the city.
The Arizona-based ADF calls itself a "servant ministry" that seeks to transform the legal system and advocate "for religious liberty, the sanctity of life, and marriage and family." The group issues dire warnings about "the homosexual agenda" and offers a book (available for a donation of $35) by its president, Alan Sears, and senior director Craig Osten, with that title. In the book, the authors claim that "the homosexual agenda" will destroy religious liberty and free speech. In one chapter, they claim that homosexuality on college campuses leads to pedophilia, and that homosexuality and pedophilia "are intrinsically linked," a falsehood long perpetuated by the anti-gay right to demonize LGBT people.
In the wake of Biron's arrest, the ADF removed all mentions of her from its website and Facebook page, and in a November "CBS News" report the ADF said that Biron was never an employee. The group has released no further statements on Biron. According to the LGBT blog Joe.My.God., the group continued to remove mentions of her from its Facebook page yesterday and banned anyone who posted anything about her.
Biron may not have been a formal employee of the ADF, but John Aravosis at Americablog found that she had been a member of the ADF "Honor Corps," the group created to recognize allied attorneys who complete 450 hours of pro bono service for the group and to award and recognize "significant milestones" in service. Honor Corps attorneys also receive perks from the ADF like pro bono referrals and opportunities, job and résumé postings, invitations to their regional legal academies, and access to online resources and confidential updates and presentations. In March 2011, Biron was mentioned by the ADF as an "Allied Attorney Success Story." The ADF website doesn't list that anymore.
Thank you, Denicos.
Anything can happen in fairy tails, bro.
I must be crazy to be in a loony bin like this.
I'm not very familiar with this theory. I know the basic premise, but are some suggesting that this was a prominent form of hunting at some time/place in human history?
I know that there are modern day examples that have been well documented. Bushmen in Africa for example. However, the examples are very rare and even within groups that use this type of hunting, they don't do it very often and only under specific circumstances.
Check out how far they traveled from their original village. Amazing.
What about when that big flood came along and wiped out everything except Noah and his family?
The book "Born to Run" touches on the theory of endurance running by ancient tribes as a means of transportation, hunting and gathering.
I don't think anyone claims that it was a predominant form of hunting for all mankind, but in certain areas/tribes it seems to have been commonly used.
Thanks for the book reference.
waiting for new nucky handle karp lykov to post in this thread.
you think it's cold in the d? oy vey. try hunting barefoot in siberia if you think you got it bad.
for some reason i hear him with a jewish accent.
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