Rebecca

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Rebecca last won the day on May 17 2015

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  1. I don't have any of those things, and I have bars on some of the windows, so if there's a fire I'm out of luck.
  2. You get half a cookie for guessing it was a Greek word. ;)
  3. It is indeed Greek. It's made up of five different words strung together to form the word that means: The fear of long words.
  4. You think that's a long word to define the shortening of a word, just take a guess at what the meaning of this word is: hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia
  5. They smell with their antennae of course. As for your first question with the turtle:
  6. No. They have no noses for which to sneeze out of, nor do they have lungs.
  7. It's the same for me and I'm on a computer not a phone.
  8. I like the "Homesteading" suggestion, or maybe "Farm and Garden", in case someone wants suggestions on raising farm animals (would that have to be a separate section?).
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  10. My apologies, you're correct. I had to do a bit of digging, and although this isn't the original article I had read years back, it says similar: "Because DreamWorks was concerned about historical and theological accuracy, Katzenberg decided to call in Bible scholars, Christian, Jewish and Muslim theologians, and Arab American leaders to help his movie be accurate as well as excellent." https://web.archive.org/web/20030329004351/http://assistnews.net/strategic/s0000023.htm I am just assuming that the Muslim theologians and Arab Americans weren't consulting the Bible, but the Koran. I could, of course, be wrong.
  11. When that film first came out, I read somewhere that they used both the Biblical and Qu'ran (however it's spelled) texts, just for the core central story, then they Disney-fied it the way they do with all their stories they take from other sources and change it just enough so it's their own thing. It's just as accurate as their historical version of Pocahontas. My advice: Don't take anything Disney makes as historically or Biblically accurate.
  12. Correct! :) Amos 7:14 "Then answered Amos, and said to Amaziah, I was no prophet, neither was I a prophet's son; but I was an herdman, and a gatherer of sycomore fruit." It is now your turn to ask a question!
  13. Since it's been a week, I'll go ahead and ask a new question. :) Who was a herdman and a gatherer of sycomore fruit?
  14. In school, it was called the "Civil War", although we did learn two other titles: "The War of Northern Aggression" and "The War Between the States", but in everyday conversation, it was referred to as the Civil War. Until I moved to Arkansas for a few years, and it was one of the other two titles only because people there were....passionate about the subject.
  15. I recently watched a video (I'll try to find it again) that talked about Sweden (the "perfect" country) and the aftermath of them accepting so many "refugees". While I'm sure a small percentage moved to Sweden with thankful hearts and good motives, the majority have turned Sweden into a mess of crimes, hostility, "no-go" areas, etc. The video focused on the rising crimes against women, and showed how the Swedish media refuses to identify criminals race or culture, and the police's hands are tied and many crimes go unpunished. At the very end, a few young liberals were interviewed and asked if the rise in violent crimes and the country's first terrorist attack was due to the influx of refugees. They insisted there was no connection and to even think so was racist. The same thing is happening in America, people are putting their heads in the sand and screaming "no connection, racist!" edit: forgot to add, there have been reporters from other countries go to Sweden to positively report on the success of Sweden's refugee acceptance, but have been physically attacked and beaten by the very people they were wanting to portray as victims of other countries refusal to accept them. edit2: Here's the video I saw: