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Re: “Editor's Note:

Hello.

There are less than five living experts on the book of Genesis. All
others are exhaling "hot air". Adam & Eve never saw any dinosaurs.
Dimetrodons were created in 4.6 Billion BC, and died out in 245
Million BC. Dinosaurs were created in 244 Million BC, and died
out in 65 Million BC. The huge mammals were created in 64
Million BC, along with the first humans to be in God�s image.
Adam was made in 7200 BC, Eve was made in 7000 BC.

Lastly, the �six days of Moses� in chapter one of Genesis are
not the �seven days of Creation� (Exodus 20:11). The book
�Moses Didn�t Write About Creation!!� explains everything from
before Creation Week to the Red Sea Crossing, coming out in
about a month.

PO Box 1745
Fortson GA 31808
Ephraim7@aol.com

Posted by Herman Cummings on 08/06/2007 at 3:16 PM

Re: “Editor's Note:

Hello.

There are less than five living experts on the book of Genesis. All
others are exhaling "hot air". Adam & Eve never saw any dinosaurs.
Dimetrodons were created in 4.6 Billion BC, and died out in 245
Million BC. Dinosaurs were created in 244 Million BC, and died
out in 65 Million BC. The huge mammals were created in 64
Million BC, along with the first humans to be in God�s image.
Adam was made in 7200 BC, Eve was made in 7000 BC.

Lastly, the �six days of Moses� in chapter one of Genesis are
not the �seven days of Creation� (Exodus 20:11). The book
�Moses Didn�t Write About Creation!!� explains everything from
before Creation Week to the Red Sea Crossing, coming out in
about a month.

PO Box 1745
Fortson GA 31808
Ephraim7@aol.com

Posted by Herman Cummings on 08/06/2007 at 3:15 PM

Re: “Editor's Note:

Hello. There are less than five living experts on the book of Genesis. All others are exhaling "hot air". Adam & Eve never saw any dinosaurs. Dimetrodons were created in 4.6 Billion BC, and died out in 245 Million BC. Dinosaurs were created in 244 Million BC, and died out in 65 Million BC. The huge mammals were created in 64 Million BC, along with the first humans to be in God’s image. Adam was made in 7200 BC, Eve was made in 7000 BC. Lastly, the “six days of Moses” in chapter one of Genesis are not the “seven days of Creation” (Exodus 20:11). The book “Moses Didn’t Write About Creation!!” explains everything from before Creation Week to the Red Sea Crossing, coming out in about a month. PO Box 1745 Fortson GA 31808 Ephraim7@aol.com

Posted by Herman Cummings on 08/06/2007 at 12:16 PM

Re: “Editor's Note:

Hello. There are less than five living experts on the book of Genesis. All others are exhaling "hot air". Adam & Eve never saw any dinosaurs. Dimetrodons were created in 4.6 Billion BC, and died out in 245 Million BC. Dinosaurs were created in 244 Million BC, and died out in 65 Million BC. The huge mammals were created in 64 Million BC, along with the first humans to be in God’s image. Adam was made in 7200 BC, Eve was made in 7000 BC. Lastly, the “six days of Moses” in chapter one of Genesis are not the “seven days of Creation” (Exodus 20:11). The book “Moses Didn’t Write About Creation!!” explains everything from before Creation Week to the Red Sea Crossing, coming out in about a month. PO Box 1745 Fortson GA 31808 Ephraim7@aol.com

Posted by Herman Cummings on 08/06/2007 at 12:15 PM

Re: “letters from the week of July 26

"Crazy Ray" and the pitch in general
I dont care about baseball in general, but im down to go see a royals game. I could care less if we win or lose its just fun to go drink at the game. Nobody likes someone who hates on the home team, it's sad that the biggest story the pitch could find was making fun of an optimistic fan. I like the pitch but im tired of boring stories i don't care about. Who gives a shit if some kid is all about the royal's? I don't. It's sad to say that the only article I enjoy reading anymore is Savage Love, I can't even read Ask a Mexican anymore because I hate the Immigration propaganda (I do feel illegal immigration is wrong. Hence the word "Illegal"). Kansas City is a big city it would be nice to see some entertaining headlines instead of another feature article about foam swords. Hell, what about the westport shootings? Also, corrupt polliticians doesn't qualify as news anymore.

Don't get me wrong I'm willing to change my views it your willing to change yours.

Posted by RYAN on 07/27/2007 at 3:32 PM

Re: “letters from the week of July 26

"Crazy Ray" and the pitch in general I dont care about baseball in general, but im down to go see a royals game. I could care less if we win or lose its just fun to go drink at the game. Nobody likes someone who hates on the home team, it's sad that the biggest story the pitch could find was making fun of an optimistic fan. I like the pitch but im tired of boring stories i don't care about. Who gives a shit if some kid is all about the royal's? I don't. It's sad to say that the only article I enjoy reading anymore is Savage Love, I can't even read Ask a Mexican anymore because I hate the Immigration propaganda (I do feel illegal immigration is wrong. Hence the word "Illegal"). Kansas City is a big city it would be nice to see some entertaining headlines instead of another feature article about foam swords. Hell, what about the westport shootings? Also, corrupt polliticians doesn't qualify as news anymore. Don't get me wrong I'm willing to change my views it your willing to change yours.

Posted by RYAN on 07/27/2007 at 12:32 PM

Re: “letters from the week of July 26

Look at the bright side, you can at least plug your biz well. Sad way that you have to do it

Posted by Cliff on 07/26/2007 at 10:52 PM

Re: “letters from the week of July 26

Good Lord

Posted by asslick on 07/26/2007 at 10:50 PM

Re: “letters from the week of July 26

ahahahahah

Posted by sign on on 07/26/2007 at 10:50 PM

Re: “letters from the week of July 26

What a douch-bag company. MidTown sucks, everybody knows that.

Posted by B on 07/26/2007 at 10:45 PM

Re: “letters from the week of July 26

Look at the bright side, you can at least plug your biz well. Sad way that you have to do it

Posted by Cliff on 07/26/2007 at 7:52 PM

Re: “letters from the week of July 26

ahahahahah

Posted by sign on on 07/26/2007 at 7:50 PM

Re: “letters from the week of July 26

Good Lord

Posted by asslick on 07/26/2007 at 7:50 PM

Re: “letters from the week of July 26

What a douch-bag company. MidTown sucks, everybody knows that.

Posted by B on 07/26/2007 at 7:45 PM

Re: “letters from the week of July 12

Pray and work to publicate the love of God in the world!

Madame,Sir,
We great you in the wonderful name of Jesus Christ.
WE are an association of youth for the joy, the peace and the love together and we work to help children (take care and pay school), yong people (Teach and give push to them about AIDS) and old people(Protection and back up for home to them).We help them specialy about developing their education, that's the reason we have decided to creat Bookcase for them but we need more books and orthers before the celebration of this bookcase.
My friends, we ask your support to send us a boook,a catalog,t-shirt, poster and more;or we need only ($10 US/EURO) too.... to contribute for opening the bookcase on Internet also; www.bus.com =Bookcase universal of Salomon; in the first web page we wiull dedicate a show with the picture of people or organization just to tell them thank you. Please if you find orthers people who are interesting ton us a book give them our adresse.
Hoping you will give us your aid to start this beautiful project, during we are waiting for you, we beleive God will bless you for ever.*Thank you*

Dieu+Travail=Succes(Tiblanc),
Neptune Edwens
Rue Salomon #23A
Port-au-Prince HAITI

Posted by Nepetune Edwens on 07/18/2007 at 11:19 AM

Re: “letters from the week of July 12

Pray and work to publicate the love of God in the world! Madame,Sir, We great you in the wonderful name of Jesus Christ. WE are an association of youth for the joy, the peace and the love together and we work to help children (take care and pay school), yong people (Teach and give push to them about AIDS) and old people(Protection and back up for home to them).We help them specialy about developing their education, that's the reason we have decided to creat Bookcase for them but we need more books and orthers before the celebration of this bookcase. My friends, we ask your support to send us a boook,a catalog,t-shirt, poster and more;or we need only ($10 US/EURO) too.... to contribute for opening the bookcase on Internet also; www.bus.com =Bookcase universal of Salomon; in the first web page we wiull dedicate a show with the picture of people or organization just to tell them thank you. Please if you find orthers people who are interesting ton us a book give them our adresse. Hoping you will give us your aid to start this beautiful project, during we are waiting for you, we beleive God will bless you for ever.*Thank you* Dieu+Travail=Succes(Tiblanc), Neptune Edwens Rue Salomon #23A Port-au-Prince HAITI

Posted by Nepetune Edwens on 07/18/2007 at 8:19 AM

Re: “From Our Readers

I'm just curious why the Pitch is no longer writing excellent articles about the Kansas City Missouri School District.. It has not gotten any better since Mr. Taylor left, and when Superintendent Amato made the controversial decision to send Eighth Graders, many of whom are at least experimenting with oral sex, to school with kindergarteners, I thought the Pitch might at least mention it.. And what of the schools that are trying to be absorebed into other districts.. I would hope that by the time school starts in August that the Pitch can find an interesting story, or a good angle, and revive their inquiries into the KCMSD.. It's an important topic to me and many others..

Posted by Bryan S. on 07/10/2007 at 4:13 PM

Re: “From Our Readers

I'm just curious why the Pitch is no longer writing excellent articles about the Kansas City Missouri School District.. It has not gotten any better since Mr. Taylor left, and when Superintendent Amato made the controversial decision to send Eighth Graders, many of whom are at least experimenting with oral sex, to school with kindergarteners, I thought the Pitch might at least mention it.. And what of the schools that are trying to be absorebed into other districts.. I would hope that by the time school starts in August that the Pitch can find an interesting story, or a good angle, and revive their inquiries into the KCMSD.. It's an important topic to me and many others..

Posted by Bryan S. on 07/10/2007 at 1:13 PM

Re: “letters from the week of June 21

In a letter to the Pitch, an unidentified police officer form Johnson County writes to raise objection to an article about members of the Lawrence based organization, Kansas Mutual Aid, that traveled to Greensburg to do relief work after the devestating tornado there.

The writer of the letter completely misses the mark, and concludes his letter with basless name calling and the traditional sarcastic bite of someone who feels threatened by the words of others. I want to make several things clear that were misrepresented by this letter.

Kansas Mutual Aid was indeed invited to Greensburg by members of Americorps, the Mennonite Disaster Services, and especially residents of the city. We had already been in Greensburg the week before we were escorted out of the city by police, and while we were there had been requested to bring more volunteers to work on two houses directly. What is particularly interesting about this situation is that police officer Ty Moeder from Olathe was told this repeatedly, and he responded repeatedly that "it doesn't matter."

Kansas Mutual Aid has spent the last weeks interviewing and speaking with residents of Greensburg who, themselves, have been kicked out of the city by the police from Johnson County and other areas. The truth of the matter is, that far from being the heroes that this officer tries to paint them as, the police have been the enforcement arm of FEMA.

The officer also repeatedly claims that the police are volunteering to be there. While you may have volunteered to go, you're also getting paid. None of the relief workers that went with KMA on any of our three seperate trips were paid by anybody. All of our funds to go came out of pocket, and the tools came from our own houses and neighborhoods.

By the way, every single one of us who were thrown out of the city is employed, was wearing shoes, takes showers, and none of us are hippies. It would be best if the ridiculous stereotypes that the police officer advanced through his jock humor were put to rest. We're all tired of hearing them.

While the police officer who wrote this letter sits back in Johnson County trying to make himself out to be a hero, Kansas Mutual Aid is continuing to go back to the Greensburg community, and to make a real commitment to the evacuees of the storm. And we'll keep going back because we keep getting invited back.

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Posted by Dave Strano on 06/22/2007 at 3:04 AM

Re: “letters from the week of June 21

In a letter to the Pitch, an unidentified police officer form Johnson County writes to raise objection to an article about members of the Lawrence based organization, Kansas Mutual Aid, that traveled to Greensburg to do relief work after the devestating tornado there. The writer of the letter completely misses the mark, and concludes his letter with basless name calling and the traditional sarcastic bite of someone who feels threatened by the words of others. I want to make several things clear that were misrepresented by this letter. Kansas Mutual Aid was indeed invited to Greensburg by members of Americorps, the Mennonite Disaster Services, and especially residents of the city. We had already been in Greensburg the week before we were escorted out of the city by police, and while we were there had been requested to bring more volunteers to work on two houses directly. What is particularly interesting about this situation is that police officer Ty Moeder from Olathe was told this repeatedly, and he responded repeatedly that "it doesn't matter." Kansas Mutual Aid has spent the last weeks interviewing and speaking with residents of Greensburg who, themselves, have been kicked out of the city by the police from Johnson County and other areas. The truth of the matter is, that far from being the heroes that this officer tries to paint them as, the police have been the enforcement arm of FEMA. The officer also repeatedly claims that the police are volunteering to be there. While you may have volunteered to go, you're also getting paid. None of the relief workers that went with KMA on any of our three seperate trips were paid by anybody. All of our funds to go came out of pocket, and the tools came from our own houses and neighborhoods. By the way, every single one of us who were thrown out of the city is employed, was wearing shoes, takes showers, and none of us are hippies. It would be best if the ridiculous stereotypes that the police officer advanced through his jock humor were put to rest. We're all tired of hearing them. While the police officer who wrote this letter sits back in Johnson County trying to make himself out to be a hero, Kansas Mutual Aid is continuing to go back to the Greensburg community, and to make a real commitment to the evacuees of the storm. And we'll keep going back because we keep getting invited back.

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Posted by Dave Strano on 06/22/2007 at 12:04 AM

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