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If you are taking the SAT's better catch up on your Reality TV!
Every year, the SAT reduces more than a few teenage test-takers to tears.
But few questions on the so-called Big Test appear to have provoked more anxious chatter — at least in this era of texting and online comment streams and discussion threads — than an essay prompt in some versions of the SAT administered last Saturday in which students were asked to opine on reality television.
Also Anne Colter removes the fear of Radiation!
Relax, folks: Radiation is actuallygood for you. That's the word from Ann Coulter, who insists to Bill O'Reilly that a "growing body of evidence" reveals that radiation in excess of safe maximum exposure levels set by the federal government "is actually good for you and reduce cases of cancer." She refers to a "stunning number" of unnamed physicists who back her opinion, which she expounds upon in her blog post, Glowing Report on Radiation.
An Ohio church is running a March Madness basketball bracket contest with a waterproof Bible ready for "manly adventures" as the prize.
Grace Brethren Church in Columbus said players can enter NCAA men's basketball tournament bracket contest at www.thefrontieratgrace.com. Winners will receive copies of "The New Living Translation Waterproof Bible," which the church describes as "handy for camping trips or other manly adventures," The Columbus Dispatch reported Wednesday.
Pastor Beau Stanley said one of the church's goals is "to try to be engaged with the things that are important to men, that are of interest to men, (and) sports is a big one."
Stanley, who calls himself a huge Ohio State Buckeyes fan, said his goal is to bring glory to God.Read more:
More weird Crap to come!