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    10-23-2014, 10:09 AM
    A common mistake people make is to claim that everyone is entitled to their opinion. In science you are only entitled to positions with supporting evidence. Kirk Cameron regularly ignores overwhelming evidence to voice his ignorant opinions. That makes him wrong. To claim this doesn't hurt anyone is also wrong. As a biology professor I face students every day whose mind has been poisoned by creationist like Cameron. This type of anti-science rhetoric hurts us all. One of the reasons...
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    10-03-2014, 02:48 PM
    I find a human body is the best method to insure a coffin is not blown over by the wind.
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    09-27-2014, 07:52 PM
    cmerli replied to a thread Other: Graveyard help in Halloween Props
    I believe his point was that the wood is all rotten. Solutions that require gluing something to the wood or putting a screw or nail into the wood won't help in this case.
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    09-26-2014, 07:34 PM
    cmerli replied to a thread Other: Graveyard help in Halloween Props
    I am assuming they are supposed to be wooden monuments. I suggest sandwiching the plywood between two boards near the bottom edge and then nailing your stakes to those.
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My love, sweet Queen and noble wife. I alone remain to bring delivery of your pain. Severed my darling, too quickly from this life. Of fires drawn and memories met, I shall hold our two hearts again in single time.


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