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Have you seen a robin yet this spring?

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  2. A few
  3. Several
  4. Just those heading south
 
 
 
 
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KneeAwn

Mar-30-13 11:05 PM

Well Muleskinner without science you wouldn't have a computer to voice your wisdom...lol

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locomotive

Mar-30-13 4:52 PM

"All science can do is observe what is on earth, it can't create a thing. Science can't even create a robin."

The one who skins mules is on point.

:-)

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muleskinner

Mar-30-13 7:59 AM

I dunno, I just read some of those stories in the Bible from time to time to see what they say about the world way back when when nobody was around to witness any of it. It provides a look back to what once was, or supposedly happened, along with all of the conjecture of the beginning. I don't have to believe in any of it, just reading it provides some enlightenment.

'Let there be light' said God.

The Big Bang Theory is nothing more than creation, so science cannot deny creation. If science supports the Big Bang Theory, then it also supports creation. A big bang would be nothing more than a creating point.

Science and the Bible concur, maybe by mistake, but it can't be mistaken any other way.

All I know is that I couldn't do it all on my own. When I look in the mirror, I know I didn't create myself all by myself.

All science can do is observe what is on earth, it can't create a thing.

Science can't even create a robin.

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TheDiogenist

Mar-30-13 2:31 AM

I think you're confusing science with something else.

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billldoesntgetit

Mar-30-13 12:10 AM

Funny how science will tell you about the ice cap 30 years ago but does not want to talk about the cycles its been thru over the last 200 years.

If they did they would find out we have been there and done that twice..but now the Dems want to scare the bejesus out of you so they can sell carbon credits. ' There is so substitute for just plain dumb is there?

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TheDiogenist

Mar-29-13 6:49 PM

"Always somebody out there dissing the Bible. Easiest thing to do..."

There'd be far fewer opportunities to discredit the Bible if it weren't cited so often in explanation of everything from disparate moral issues to politics, pseudoscience and the bloody weather. There's a reason why it seems easy.

On topic, I have not seen any robins, but heard a flock of geese heading northward today.

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KneeAwn

Mar-29-13 5:56 PM

How did we go from Robins to Al Gore?

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locomotive

Mar-29-13 4:32 PM

"Always somebody out there dissing the Bible. Easiest thing to do, much more difficult to read it and maybe learn a thing or two about a thing or two."

Agreed.

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muleskinner

Mar-29-13 2:41 PM

I don't care much for Bible stories. Kind of boring. You have to be interested in that biblical stuff in order to really read what it says.

I just read one of the stories now and then to keep me thinking or maybe to keep myself brain dead. Doesn't matter much anymore.

Always somebody out there dissing the Bible. Easiest thing to do, much more difficult to read it and maybe learn a thing or two about a thing or two. Better to knock it, you feel better about yourself and can discredit those who take refuge in it. Been going on for centuries and eons. Abel was the same way, he was more into wizards.

Early Christians lived in catacombs to avoid detection and slavery. That's the way it was. No allegiance to Rome and the emperor? Slavery for you, pal.

That's how it is now.

You're still asleep. Robins have more sense than people.

Even canaries in coal mines have more sense than people.

Birds aren't bible readers, Mother Nature helps them more than God does.

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rajiihammr

Mar-29-13 2:11 PM

Robins know better.

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AmosPerkins

Mar-29-13 12:40 PM

Heard the geese overhead today, Springs finally coming, I think.

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ZRider

Mar-29-13 12:38 PM

Longer, colder springs was predicted years ago by those crazy climatologists. How does the melting arctic ice (80% less now than 30 years ago) have to do with colder springs? Just do some research and enlighten yourself instead of denying everything and running to the Bibble.

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muleskinner

Mar-29-13 11:50 AM

The story of Cain and Abel is one crazy story and it's in the Bible.

Adam and Eve didn't know what to do when they found their slain son, Abel.

Cain was the culprit, his own brother. Adam and Eve's other son. Cain was jealous of his brother Abel because Abel was able to have much more than Cain. Abel was rich, Cain was poor. The original rich versus poor story. Unbelievable story. Crazy as all get out.

A raven came along, discovered a another dead raven and buried it with his beak. Adam and Eve buried Abel.

A robin would be crazy to be this far north just to freeze. They'll stay away for now.

When you see geese flying north, we'll be out of the woods for the winter. The snowbirds can come back.

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billldoesntgetit

Mar-29-13 11:21 AM

Minot had the nation's low temperature last night.

Its that darn Global warming.

I enjoy everythime it hits the Northeast and that pocket full of Al Gore supporters. God bles the snowstorms for up there. I hope God sends them many more. Sandy was probably a way of God getting the attention of these people to tell them it is him and not the people on earth that control the weather..

People are such stupid fools..

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KneeAwn

Mar-29-13 10:28 AM

Haven't seen any Robins yet. Pretty cold March so far after a mild winter. Hard to believe it will be in the 30s today.

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muleskinner

Mar-29-13 9:34 AM

The same people who want to stop cruelty to animals could just possibly be the people supporting legal abortions.

Go figure

Mother Nature is being cruel to everybody, arrest her and charge her with a felony.

Those poor robins are freezing to death all because of her.

The crazier it gets the crazier it gets and it's about as crazy as it can get.

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muleskinner

Mar-29-13 9:31 AM

No robins, but it wouldn't surprise me to see a polar bear.

Minot had the nation's low temperature last night.

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animal

Mar-29-13 9:25 AM

I saw Jesus walking along the road,the ditch was full of dead deer that had been hit by a SUV owned by an oil company, driven to a republican rally, by Bush and Cheney right after they had dropped off some stolden money at an abortion clinic.They were using assault weapons of mass destruction, while not paying their taxes!!!

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animal

Mar-29-13 9:00 AM

After yesterdays comments,all I can say is the state is FULL of NUTS!!!!

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muleskinner

Mar-29-13 6:18 AM

A poll question asks if the state's image in hurt.

Another poll question asks if marriage is acceptable between people of the same sex.

Then a poll question about rockin' robins?

It all makes sense... somewhere.

My question is does all of the fog in the past two days have anything to do with all of the natural gas being flared in Western North Dakota?

Lots of heat to condense the moisture in the air to create foggy conditions.

Also, there was a chemical odor in the air yesterday, if you maybe didn't notice it, it was there.

If there were any robins around the area, they probably found clean air someplace else and flew to a better spot for a few days.

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