Quote# 76430I guess it all depends on your definition of what a "foot" is. Though they are usually also very big on insisting on six 24-hour days' worth of Creation. Heh. I have this hilarious picture in my mind now of a 90-foot-tall guy in a loincloth, running around the equator in, like, a total of a dozen strides, treating the Earth like some kind of celestial treadmill.
[After referencing articles about astronauts becoming slightly taller in low gravity.]
Therefore, it should be of no conflict with science to claim that Adam's size, or man's initial size on earth in general, was in the neighborhood of 90 feet tall, or that the first human-race ever walked on earth was around 90 feet tall, give or take 10 to 20 feet between the creatures' differences in heights as we today have people as tall as 7 feet and as short as 2 feet tall. The reason for this is simply because the planet earth was much smaller than what it is now.
Quote# 76415Oh, the peril of lice-checks, art projects, and that most abhorrent of anti-Old Testament garb - worse even, my friends, than the mixing of wool and cotton in your attire - plastic bags on heads. (And, come to that, wouldn't most elementary schools try to teach the kids that putting a plastic bag on your head is a BAD idea? Like those warnings on dry cleaning bags?) Don't ever tell this poster about the bedbug scare in NYC, everybody. He or she might well explode.
Homosexuals are unable to breed on their own. The only way to increase their numbers is by stealing other peoples children.
Parents had better start paying attention to whats going on in the schools. Bad company corrupts good character.
The first thing the public school does to the children is teach them to disobey their parents. The school will do an innocent lice check - for the health of the children - but they'll use the same comb on all of them. When the kids complain because their moms told them never to share hair brushes, the kids get sent to the principal for their disobedience. Next comes an art project that requires putting a plastic bag over their heads. All these simple things add up. Eventually, the school "proves" that "parents are wrong".