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Friday

PARTY TEST
(BRAIN TEASERS)



1. How can you arrange for two people to stand on the same
piece of newspaper and yet be unable to touch each other
without stepping off the newspaper?

2. How many 3-cent stamps are there in a dozen?

3. A rope ladder hangs over the side of a ship. The rungs
are one foot apart and the ladder is 12 feet long. The tide
is rising at four inches an hour. How long will it take before
the first four rungs of the ladder are underwater?

4. Which would you rather have, a trunk full of nickels or a
trunk half full of dimes?

5. Steve has three piles of sand and Mike has four piles of
sand. If they put them all together, how many do they have?

6. In which sport are the shoes made entirely of metal?

7. If the Vice President of the United States should die,
who would be President?

8. How can you throw a golf ball with all your might and--
without hitting a wall or any other obstruction--have the ball
stop and come right back to you?

9. Find the English word that can be formed from all these
letters: PNLLEEEESSSSS


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"Not being on the air, that's not important. But I'd like
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Retired CBS Anchorman Walter Cronkite

{Dear Walter, Fair news knows no agenda - Howdy}


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Q: What did the mayonnaise say to the refrigerator?
A: Please shut the door, i'm dressing.



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Party Test Answers:

1. Slide the newspaper half way under a closed door
and ask the two people to stand on the bit of newspaper
on their side of the door.

2. There are twelve (not four).

3. Actually, the ladder will rise with the ship!

4. Dimes are smaller than nickels, so choose the dimes!

5. If they put them all together, there will be one pile.

6. Horse racing.

7. The President.

8. Throw the ball straight up.

9. Sleeplessness



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Bible - God's Word in different languages...

http://www.scriptures.com/



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Onward Christian Soldiers:
Are We Liberators or Oppressors?

The picture in the WASHINGTON POST showed two American soldiers
kneeling in the sand of Iraq. One had laid his hand on the shoulder of
his buddy, trying to comfort him. The soldier was deeply disturbed over
the sight of Iraqi children wounded during recent hostilities.

It's one of many pictures that reveal the character of America's armed
forces. I think of men like these whenever I hear claims in the news
media that American forces in Iraq are nothing more than jackbooted
oppressors -- that Muslims see our soldiers as "Christian crusaders"
out to destroy them.

Let's think about that for a moment. The men who make up America's
military forces are largely Christian. And they did invade a largely
Muslim country. So when it comes to those so-called "Christian
crusaders," what are Iraqi Muslims witnessing?

During the war, they saw flyers doing everything possible to avoid
harming innocent civilians. And there are many stories of our soldiers
risking their lives to rescue civilians caught in the crossfire.

After the war, trucks arrived with food and water -- provisions
intended, not for American forces, but for Iraqi civilians.

Today, Iraqis are seeing the sort of behavior always witnessed when
American GIs show up. Our soldiers are the kind who share their MREs
with hungry kids. This week, an Associated Press photo showed a U.S.
Army specialist handing out notebooks at a girl's school near Baghdad.
A TV camera captured the sight of a young, African American soldier
surrounded by grinning Iraqi children as he taught them a silly
American song.

Do these sound like "crusaders?"

I love the way the late historian Stephen Ambrose put it. Throughout
history, he said, soldiers almost always meant an orgy of looting,
pillaging, rape, and even murder. This was certainly the case at the
end of World War II when, Ambrose wrote, "The most terrifying sight to
most civilians was a squad of armed teenage boys in uniform." Whether
it was the Red Army in Warsaw, the Japanese in Manila, or the Germans
in Holland, the soldiers meant trouble.

There was one exception to this tragic rule. "Everywhere in the world,"
Ambrose wrote, "whether in Belgium, the Philippines, Germany, or Japan,
the sight of a twelve-man squad of GIs brought joy to people's hearts."
Why? "Because the sight of those American kids meant cigarettes, candy,
C-rations, and freedom. They had come, not to conquer, but to
liberate."

The Muslim citizens of Iran know this -- which is why, according to
Thomas Friedman in the NEW YORK TIMES, many are urging America's
so-called "Christian crusaders" to come and liberate them.

Our young men and women in uniform are some of the best of America, the
cream of our national crop -- taking freedom to people the world over.
To paraphrase the words at the base of the Statue of Liberty: Part of
America's military mission is to rescue "your poor, your tired, your
huddled masses, yearning to breathe free."

In his State of the Union Address this year, President Bush said, "The
liberty we prize is not America's gift to the world; it is God's gift
to humanity" -- right. And this Independence Day let's be grateful for
our own freedom, and let's especially pray for the safety of our
soldiers as they fight for the freedom of others.



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flesh" really is: He's the Creator who existed before time.
He's the Logos Who made heaven and earth, and Who
steers the stars in their courses. He is the Truth that is
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