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Small niggle; I wish people wouldn't use that story because although it cited as Jesus wanting separation of Church and State it doesn't say that.
At the time there was a state coinage but to make offerings at the Temple a special temple coinage was used, hence the money changers in the Temple. Using Temple coin outside the temple was sacrilegious, this is why Jesus asked to see the coin. The point of the story to 1st and 2nd Century Palestinians was that you should not use sacred tools for profane (everyday) purposes and vice-versa. Doing so would have been against the Mosaic and Levitical laws. Gospel Jesus could not have wanted "separation of Church and State" because, at that time, Church and State were just aspects of Gods rule.
Even more nit-picking; with one exception always use the Mark version when a bible story is told in Mark, Matthew and Luke. The Mark version was the one that the others plagiarised. The exception is the Resurrection added to Mark in the 4th Century CE.
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So how do you suggest we deal with the fact that as demand for oil & coal declines, so will the price? Should we outlaw all fossil fuel usage? Tell us your plan.
When we were kids she never baked a thing; NOTHING. Now we're all gone and she whips up the greatest stuff. Pretty good in the kitchen.
I guess one good thing is none of us is fat (of 5 kids). We didn't get much in the way of treats and kids. Bread and butter or fruit were our "treats".
A reign of terror where the global & national economies were pulled out of the cesspit the failed Bush/Cheney regime drove us headlong into. Where Bush's record deficit has been cut by 70%. Where the US auto industry & all the jobs in & stemming from it were saved from bankruptcy. And where the unemployment rate has been brought down from Bush's 10% to 5%. Oh, the horror.
Poland is fine with at least *one* terrorist running free in Europe. Via @yahoonews: Poland will not extradite filmmaker Roman Polanski to U.S. yhoo.it/1T9G33t