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  • A-Rod says he's transgendered: will sue MLB & Yankees on grounds of sexual harassment/discrimination

    08/02/2013 3:59:37 PM PDT · by ken5050 · 49 replies
    one man's opinion.....
    Embattled NY Yankees superstar Alex Rodriguez, facing the threat of a lifetime ban from baseball, and the loss of some $100 million left on his contract, just held an emotional press conference to announce that he was in fact transgendered, and was taking drugs supplied to him by Tony Bosch of Biogenesis, to prepare for a sex change operation after the season.
  • Christian faith key to 'Banner'

    11/15/2008 6:45:49 AM PST · by Davy Buck · 17 replies · 883+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | 10/02/2008 | Richard G. Williams, Jr.
    "No specific charges were ever levied against Key's grandson. The editor's offense was simply that he had dared criticize President Lincoln. Thus, some of the liberties Francis Scott Key had enjoyed and had written about so eloquently had been lost in just one generation. Nevertheless, the patriotic fire that had dwelt in Key's heart was still alive in his grandson. . ."
  • Nefertiti's 'Love Affair' With Moses to Hit the Silver Screen

    04/08/2005 4:21:11 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 211 replies · 6,271+ views
    Yahoo News! ^ | Fri Apr 8
    CAIRO (AFP) - A Hollywood flick on an alleged love affair between pharaonic Queen Nefertiti and the Biblical Prophet Moses is soon to begin shooting in Egypt, renowned British producer John Heyman has revealed to AFP. "Nefertiti married perhaps one of the first monotheists in history and the film will tell their story, which logically enough should be set in Egypt" said Heyman on a brief visit to Cairo. "One can find in the Old Testament that Moses and Nefertiti had a relationship," he added. The movie will also deal "with the return to the worship of the sun god,"...
  • Why the left fears global warming more than the right

    06/20/2006 8:06:27 PM PDT · by SirLinksalot · 36 replies · 2,168+ views
    Worldnetdaily.com ^ | 06/20/2006 | Dennis Prager
    Why the left fears global warming more than the right DENNIS PRAGER Observers of contemporary society will surely have noted that a liberal is far more likely to fear global warming than a conservative. Why is this? After all, if the science is as conclusive as Al Gore, Time, Newsweek, the New York Times and virtually every other spokesman of the left says it is, conservatives are just as likely to be scorched and drowned and otherwise done in by global warming as liberals will. So why aren't non-leftists nearly as exercised as leftists are? Do conservatives handle heat better?...
  • Russian space general searches for life on Mars

    08/19/2006 11:59:11 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 15 replies · 434+ views
    AFP on Yahoo ^ | 8/19/06 | Dario Thuburn
    KHIMKI, Russia (AFP) - In an anonymous compound next to a suburban Moscow shopping centre a retired Russian army general is planning his next galactic conquest. Georgy Polishchuk, head of the Lavochkin Association, is preparing an unmanned mission to a moon of Mars that will search for signs of life on the red planet and try to unlock the universe's secrets. "We have to find life and whether it can be sustained," Polishchuk said, his eyes glinting as his pen drew out the planned route during an interview this month at the installation. The theory that there may be life...
  • Scientist: Inject Sulfur into Air to Battle Global Warming

    07/27/2006 1:40:10 PM PDT · by PDR · 16 replies · 654+ views
    LiveScience ^ | 27 July 2006 | Sara Goudarzi
    One way to curb global warming is to purposely shoot sulfur into the atmosphere, a scientists suggested today. The burning of fossil fuels releases carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas, into the atmosphere. It also releases sulfur that cools the planet by reflecting solar radiation away from Earth. Most researchers say the warming effect has been winning in recent decades. Injecting sulfur into the second atmospheric layer closest to Earth would reflect more sunlight back to space and offset greenhouse gas warming, according to Nobel laureate Paul Crutzen from the Max Planck Institute for Chemistry in Germany and the Scripps Institution...
  • From a scholar of man's past, a warning for the future

    06/09/2006 4:13:52 PM PDT · by Coleus · 10 replies · 501+ views
    Star Ledger ^ | 06.07.06 | PETER N. SPENCER
    The message that global warming may be the most serious threat to our planet is hardly new, but coming from a renowned scientist like Richard Leakey, it carries extra power. The world-famous Kenyan paleontologist, archaeologist and conservationist brought his message to Somerset County last month with a presentation to more than 300 sixth- through 12th-graders at the Gill St. Bernard's School in Gladstone. The topic, which Leakey prefers to call "global change," is timely, as the country debates searching for alternate energy sources amid soaring gasoline prices. Leakey said there must be a gradual reduction in the reliance on carbon-based...