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...that ancient Greeks sent messages to dead relatives and friends by giving a message to a slave, then cutting his head off?

...that if something was forgotten, he sent another decapitated slave as a P.S.?

...that it was very dangerous to be owned by a forgetful master?

...that Josephus thought Abraham brought arithmetic from Chaldea to Egypt?

...that nearly all the enameled bricks found in ancient Babylon bear the inscription, "I am Nebuchadnezzar, King of Babylon"?

...|that Bible critics told us for hundreds of years that Nebuchadnezzar was not an historic figure?

...that that was another good example of Bible critics being wrong?

...that the Code of Hammurabi provided that if a Babylonian charged another person with a capital crime, but could not prove it, the accuser was put to death?

...that Herodotus reveals that every native woman in Babylon was obligated, once in her life, to sit in the temple of Venus and have sex with a stranger?

...that the Persian king, Astyages ordered Harpagus to eat the head of his own son, and Harpagus replied that whatever a king did was all right with him?

...that we have many fools like that alive today who think the authorities can do no wrong?

...that there are others who think authorities can do nothing right?

...that 120 million Americans are drinking unsafe water that include viruses, parasites, bacteria, lead and intestinal parasites?

...that Boston University researchers discovered that 36% of hospital admissions are the result of physicians' blunders?

...that if you have a good physician, be thankful?

...that heart bypass surgeries kill 28,000 Americans every year even though two large studies have proven that bypass surgery does not extend lives?

...|that bypass surgery does produce $10 million per day?

...that the first person to use A.D. to fix dates was the Venerable Bede who wrote the Ecclesiastical History of the English People in 731?

...that wrestling was the first highly developed sport about 3,000 B.C.?

...that Mia Farrow's dog has a shrink to whom she pays $150.00 an hour to treat?

...that Mia Farrow has more dollars than sense?

...that maybe the shrink could be of more help to Mia than her dog?

...that in a double-blind study, ginseng improved IQ, math skills, and reasoning ability markedly?

...that Prego's "made with Fresh Mushrooms" Spaghetti Sauce only has about 1/7 of a mushroom per serving...that it has only about two mushrooms in a 30-ounce jar?

...that Honey Nut Cheerios has only 1/4 of an almond in each serving and has more sugar than honey and more salt than nuts?

...that it is amazing that they call it, "Honey Nut"?

...that Jesus Christ is still the hope of the world?


...that four times as many people die from infections picked up in a hospital than are killed in auto accidents?

...that plain rubbing alcohol is a natural deodorant?

...that steamed carrots provide you with more beta-carotene than raw carrots?

...that the average time a patient is allowed to speak before being interrupted by his doctors is 18 seconds?

...that a new book says that the success of a marriage is not found so much in the couples' communication skills or conflict resolution, but in the depth of their friendship?

...that we have been teaching the above for years in our couples' conferences?

...that Marie Antoinette did not say, "If they have no bread let them eat cake," but did in fact, contribute abundantly from her personal finances to feed the poor?

...that Charles Wilson, former head of GM did not say, "What's good for General Motors is good for the country" but said instead, "...what was good for our country was good for General Motors, and vice versa."?

...that you simply cannot trust the news twisters in the media for your information?

...that William Jennings Bryan said, "Burn down your cities and leave our farms, and your cities will spring up again as if by magic; but destroy our farms and the grass will grow in the streets of every city in the country."?

...that if you foul-up in life, it is your own fault, not your parents so accept the blame, learn from your mistakes and move on with your life?

...that a politician said, "There comes a time to put principle aside and do what's right."?

...that another one said, "Remember, if you conquer yourself, you conquer the greatest evil on Earth."?

...that another one said, "This bill is the worst misjustice of carriage I have ever seen."?

...that there is no such thing as a homosexual, only heterosexuals who practice sodomy?

...that young people under 40 have no idea of what America was like 50 years ago?

...that the very thought that some Americans would have to get a permit to paint their home, build a deck, or add a bath room would be inconceivable to early Americans?

...that freedom is seldom regained?

...that Jesus Christ is still the hope of this world?


...that Aristotle taught that the stars move around a stationary earth?

...that King Frederick II of Germany did a study to discover what language was spoken by Adam and Eve by having 50 children reared in total silence?

...that all the above children died as a result of Fred's stupid test?

...that one of France's most respected knights and former commander of Joan of Arc's troops, Gilles de Laval, the seigneur de Rais, was garroted and burned for sodomizing and slowly killing at least 200 children?

...that the above knight was also a Satanist who profusely professed to be a devout "Christian"?

...that in 1487 the Aztec ruler Ahuitzotl, had 20,000 people sacrificed by literally ripping out their hearts and casting them into a fire?

...that when one "ripper" collapsed, another took his place and ripped out the hearts with gusto?

...that many liberals look upon that civilization as an equal with Western Civilization?

...that when Columbus landed at San Salvador, he thought it was close to Japan?

...that 20,000 people attended the funeral of Benjamin Franklin?

...that George Washington's last words were, "'tis well"?

...that in 1807 Britain abolished the slave trade because of the work of an active Christian legislator, William Wilberforce?

...that after a lifetime of sexual perversion the marquis de Sade died as an inmate in an asylum where he spent 13 years?

...that de Sade, whose name will forever be associated with sex and pain, had all his portraits destroyed and hoped that "my memory will be effaced from the mind of men"?

...that Charles Darwin received no salary during his five-year voyage on the HMS Beagle?

...that the founder of the Red Cross was a born-again Christian?

...that evolutionists are like a blind man in a dark basement looking for a black cat-that isn't there?

...that mirrors don't lie, and we should be thankful they don't laugh?

...that the incense, flowers, processions, vestments, etc., which were valued by pagan Romans were "cleansed" in the ritual of the Roman Catholic Church?

...that it is better to have a true enemy than a false friend?

...that Jesus Christ is still the hope of this world?


...that the Roman Republic considered dancing as disgraceful?

...that historian Will Durant wrote that Caesar and Christ had met in the arena, and Christ had won?

...that canned soft drinks contain 300% to 600% more aluminum than bottled drinks?

...that you should not use deodorants containing aluminum?

...that you gave the Dole Fruit Company $4.3 million to market their products abroad?

...that you funded Welch's grape juice over $600,000.00 to advertise abroad?

...that every time you take an aspirin, you bleed a little in your stomach?

...that it is illegal in California to advertise that your house is near a church since that is discrimination?

...that according to hushed-up, reliable polls, even a majority of Blacks oppose affirmative action?

...that in ten years, more than 70% of the federal budget will be spent on Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid and federal pensions?

...that in 1984, Java Man was removed from the New York Museum of Natural History?

...that butter is much better for you than margarine and tastes better?

...that a study at the University of Utah concluded that a diet high in fatty foods can curb the production of testosterone in men (the hormone that fuels the male sex drive)?

...that "politics" breaks down as "poly" (many) and "tics" (parasitic blood suckers) so does that mean politicians are "blood sucking parasites"?

...that some naive Americans think Taiwan will retake Red China; coke will sell for a nickel again and any day they'll find Jimmy Hoffa, Judge Parker and Amelia Earhart playing gin rummy in a Bronx yogurt joint?

...that a study in Sweden of 17,433 people, ranging in age from 29 to 79, found that those who didn't develop friendships were 4 times more likely to develop serious illnesses?

...that when you feel good, your brain manufactures serotonin that is known as your body's "natural healer"?

...that in Massalia, in time of pestilence, one of the poorer citizens was fed at public expense, clad in holy garments, and cast over a cliff to his death with prayers that he might bear punishment for all the sins of his people?

...that Jesus Christ is still the hope of the world?


...that Englishman Thomas Parr, according to records, was married a second time at age 122 and was buried in Westminster Abbey in 1635 at age 152?

...that church records reveal that Thomas Parr did penance for fathering an illegitimate child at age 105?

...that 90% of Americans over the age of 60 are taking at least one drug at this moment?

...that one-third of Americans over 65 are taking prescription drugs that they should never have been given?

...that you funded the Pillsbury Company $1.2 million to market their products abroad?

...that you also funded Sunkist Growers $9.2 million to help their advertising?

...that we have some idiots running our government?

...that in ancient Greece, they required any man who proposed a new law to speak with a rope around his neck, so that, if his motion failed, he might be hanged with a minimum of public inconvenience?

...that the above policy might be workable in the U.S. Government?

...that Artemis was the model of Greek girlhood and the Roman Catholic Church attached the remnants of this cult to Mary, and transformed the mid-August harvest festival to Artemis into the feast of the Assumption?

...that salt was traded for slaves in Greece and a good slave was "worth his salt"?

...that Chrysippus proposed to limit the cost of funerals of relatives, and it would be still better to use their flesh as food?

...that The Journal of the American Medical Association reports that 40% of Alzheimer's patients showed significant improvements in their mental condition when they took tacrine?

...that a panel of experts for the National Institute of Health's new office of Alternative Medicines discovered that shark cartilage may halt cancers from spreading by cutting off their blood supply?

...that the second largest magazine in L.A. reported that the Walt Disney Company has the largest lesbian and gay employees organization in the entertainment industry?

...that Steven Gaines reports that a homosexual rights activist said that she was once told by Disney chairman Michael Eisner that "as many as 40% of the company's 63,000 employees might be gay"?

...that London Free Press reported that 4 million Jews were not killed at Auschwitz, but "more than a million." were?

...that Jesus Christ is still the hope of the world?


...that in Sparta, citizens under 60 were considered too immature to serve in the Senate?

...that you paid $7.6 million for Blue Diamond to promote their nut products?

...that Al Gore sent a letter apologizing for taking a jab at Oliver North saying he (Gore) had "learned an important lession [sic]"?

...that Gore's lesson that he learned was not in spelling?

...that Sparta mothers sent sons into battle saying, "Return with your shield or on it."?

...that the mothers of Sparta knew that their sons couldn't run with a heavy shield?

...that antacids can cause stomach pain and also deplete calcium, cause constipation, lead to kidney stones and even impair kidney function?

...that Pliny thought a man, especially if fasting, could kill a snake by spitting into its mouth? (He doesn't explain how to get into the face of a snake without being bitten.)

...that during the Roman Republic dancing was looked upon as disgraceful?

...that the Egyptian goddess Isis, (the "sorrowing mother"), is presented in pictures and statues as holding her divine child in her arms and is hailed as "Mother of God" and "Queen of Heaven."

...that the above sounds very familiar?

...that in 68 A.D. the Jews fought Jews in Jerusalem and 12,000 died and on the same day gentiles of Caesarea killed 20,000 Jews with thousands others sold into slavery; and on one day, the gentiles of Damascus cut the throats of 10,000 Jews?

...that King Herod had his wife Mariamne executed, lost his mind for a time, then executed two of his sons for conspiracy on evidence submitted by another son; then had him killed; then five days later, Herod died?

...that it was said by Herod's enemies (after his death), "He stole to the throne like a fox, ruled like a tiger, and died like a dog."?

...that Origen, one of the church leaders in the Third Century castrated himself thinking he was faithful to Matt. 19:12?

...that in the Fourth Century Roman Empire, taxes were so high that peasant shop owners left their overtaxed shops to become hired laborers?

...that some towns such as Tiberias were abandoned because of excessive assessments and thousands of ordinary citizens ran over the border to seek refuge among the barbarians?

...that Josephus was a Jewish turncoat who joined the Romans and even took Emperor Vespasian's family name of Flavius; then defended the Romans' crushing of the Jews?

...that Jesus Christ is still the hope of this world?


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