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    Dear Bob, here are some photos of my life here on the campus of Concordia Seminary. I love kids, working with the grounds crew, swimming, playing with my dog friends, and especially my own family people.
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    February 12, 2014



    I don't remember "looming ice age"; but all your skepticism doesn't change that fact that it should be apparent to anyone paying attention: something is happening to our weather.


    Yes, Rand you are correct. The weather changes. Has been changing for thousands of years. It even changed thousands of years ago, when there were very few humans on the earth.
    As always, Calling Al Gore! Calling Al Gore!
    The looming ice age was in the 70's, when we experienced winters like this one.


    The point is this: that the changes are more drastic than what would be a normal cycle. Weather is getting more extreme every year an d there is a reason for it, even if we can not identify what it is exactly. Al Gore did nothing more than try and get us to change some habits that might lessen the blow. A HUGE MAJORITY of the scientific community agrees with gore. Only a small group continues to have their heads in the sand. Al Gore was only trying to make life better for your future generations. You obviously get off ridiculing him. You should be thanking him.

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