Where were you a year ago?

I remember getting a lot of phone calls.

People were looking for some lost confidence.

 

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  • Zoe Brain

    And in other news…

    A Christian education publisher has removed a passage that referred to Scotland’s famed Loch Ness Monster from a biology textbook. Tennessee-based publisher, Accelerated Christian Education, has already removed the statement from a textbook used in Europe and will soon be doing the same things for its American versions.

    Dragons are still in though, there are “too many legends” for them to be dismissed..

    “There are just so many of these legends, like the dragon mentioned in Beowulf, the numerous accounts of St. George and the dragon, and so on, that they can’t be dismissed,” Looy said. “However, because the Loch Ness monster is a questionable example to use, and also because the claim has become such a distraction, we agree that it is wise to delete Nessie’s reference from a textbook that lists possible living monsters.”

  • Zoe Brain

    And in other news…

    A Christian education publisher has removed a passage that referred to Scotland’s famed Loch Ness Monster from a biology textbook. Tennessee-based publisher, Accelerated Christian Education, has already removed the statement from a textbook used in Europe and will soon be doing the same things for its American versions.

    Dragons are still in though, there are “too many legends” for them to be dismissed..

    “There are just so many of these legends, like the dragon mentioned in Beowulf, the numerous accounts of St. George and the dragon, and so on, that they can’t be dismissed,” Looy said. “However, because the Loch Ness monster is a questionable example to use, and also because the claim has become such a distraction, we agree that it is wise to delete Nessie’s reference from a textbook that lists possible living monsters.”

  • ken

    “I remember getting a lot of phone calls.”

    that’s why I post anonymously :)


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