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Aug 8 2005
August 8 News

As I have alluded to in earlier posts, I have been experiencing some family problems. I am extreamly sorry that I have not been posting news stories as often as before. I am hoping to get back into grove as soon as I can. Thank you for your understanding.

Here's the news:

Bills get an early start

Not Buffalo, Congressional Bills

Women and religion in a secular society

Online edition of India's National Newspaper

Bush’s neocon friends shocked as he backs the Darwin-doubters,,2089-1724138,00.html

Monkey See, Monkey Do

Offering ID as an alternative to evolution is a cruel joke. It walks and talks like science but in the lab performs worse than medieval alchemy.

Faith vs. evidence,0,6571234.story?coll=la-news-comment-editorials

Religious parent in Springs argues his case

But District 20 teaches standard brand of science,1299,DRMN_15_3982020,00.html

Greenville conference addresses issue of evolution

Evolution revolution?

Church wrangle over Darwin

First-ever religious violence rehab center

No room in biology for creationism lesson

Schools of thought police

Faith & Reason

Between science and belief, many Missourians search for answers to the big questions

Authors snub new science standards

Is The Boy Scouts of America Public or Private?,2933,164547,00.html

Following the Ten Commandments into chaos

Sect sues, asks equal space for 'Aphorisms'

Ten Commandments protesters lose appeal

Meet Your Local Atheist

Educators likely to fire back at board over evolution

Evolution Wars Show No Sign of Abating

Clergy group attacks school Bible study course

Marilyn Schlitz leads a major study on the controversial topic of remote prayer

Religion in America: Atheists claim discrimination

Aug 9 2005

No need to apologize, Mickie.

Let us know if there is some way we can help.


Aug 9 2005

know anything about mesial temporal sclerosis; atrophy of the hippocampus or hydrocephalus? My hubby has epilepsy. It's been under control for years. He's had a cluster of siezures; highly unusual for him. He's having a very hard time recovering, also very unusual. I'm having to take a crash course in neurology. I'm gleaning what I can from the internet and the library at MUSC, but I feel like a fish out of water.

To top it all off, the doctor that my hubby has had for 18 years is leaving. So, we're waiting for another doctor in the practice to pick us up. I feel like beating my head into a wall.

On, a brighter note I managed to keep my GPA at a 3.6 and our daughter loves having daddy at home all the time. So, it hasn't been too incredibly bad. It's not the diagnosis that kills you, it's the waiting for the test results. :lol:

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