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It occurred to me that others might find it interesting. I don't remember if she ever answered it. But then, I also don't remember writing it. Arches and Column by Lee Kelly. Photos by I. Peterson. Robert Dodson shares some super creepy audio recorded in Oklahoma of what is presumed to be bigfoot. Pretty freaky stuff. How do we know when someone in a crowded room is staring at us? Can we use that same instinct to know if bigfoot is around?. God in his self-revelation to men started with Adam, then Noah, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Moses, Joshua, the judges, Samuel, Saul, David, Solomon, occasional kings, prophets, Zerubbabel, Nehemiah, Ezra, Malachi, Zechariah, and John the Baptist. These men lived across the four thousand years before Jesus. The Israelites disobeyed the prophets and the Scriptures. In the same four thousand years, there were many tribes and nations who did not have the Scriptures nor the men of God to speak to them. They were nations made up of animists and then idolaters. The wrath of God is being revealed from heaven against all the godlessness and wickedness of people, who suppress the truth by their wickedness, since what may be known about God is plain to them, because God has made it plain to them. For since the creation of the world God's invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse. For although they knew God, they neither glorified him as God nor gave thanks to him, but their thinking became futile and their foolish hearts were darkened. Although they claimed to be wise, they became fools and exchanged the glory of the immortal God for images made to look like a mortal human being and birds and animals and reptiles. Source:. River ice deposited on the trail made for some technical challenges. Saturday I had a window of time to sneak in a bit of a fat bike ride in the Green Belt. It had been quite a while since I had ridden back there due to being sick for two weeks. In the meantime it had flooded, frozen, and flooded again. It had snowed, rained, and snowed again. Sub-freezing temperatures insured that I should have no issues with mud or water, but I didn't know what the Green Belt would be like after all of the changes in weather and water levels. I decided to roll with the Blackborow DS. I had it in "high" range to start out, but after I got off the pavement I stopped and switched to "Low" range for the duration of the ride. Good thing too. It didn't take long to find the trail littered with river ice broken up and laying like broken bits of pottery all over. Big bits of pottery! Riding on them was a bit sketchy since they would tilt and shift in ways that eventually made me get off and walk for safety's sake. There was no way around these chunks of ice, so I had to gingerly step across the debris field and remount on the further side once I got there. Since then, the problem has only worsened, as the number of homeless people within several countries still remains considerably high. Christopher Ubsdell, who has been homeless in London for seventeen years, sees the problem this way: What you have is a wide-ranging political agenda across the whole spectrum of government, where they are criminalizing homeless people and criminalizing people on benefits. If anything goes wrong in society they always blame it on the people who cannot defend themselves, and homeless is one of those categories. Ubsdell's story is just one among a thousand tales of the homeless. Due to the perceived danger that their status seems to pose to society, poor and homeless people have long been blamed for their situations. Such stigmatization has resulted in mass criminalization of poverty and homelessness at the hands of policy-makers. Along with the rise in homelessness, there has also been a rise in surveillance on so-called "troubled areas," numbers of designated "homeless-free" zones, harassment and punishment towards the homeless in public places. Throughout several parts of the world, governments are increasingly devoted to enforcement-based policies toward homelessness and other associated "anti-social" activities. One of our favorite buildings in all of the Black Hills is nestled on a corner not far from downtown Spearfish. It's the All Angels Episcopal Church, a structure with remarkable history – surpassed only by its beauty. And that aging beauty has been significantly restored over the past many months, thanks to restoration work done on stained glass windows that give the structure its beauty and character. Read about the project in this story from a recent edition of the Black Hills Pioneer. Ashley Olsen was seen hiking in St. Barths with her boyfriend, Richard Sachs. She wore a pair of sunglasses, a vintage Bob Dylan tee, a sweater tied at the waist, leggings, and sneakers. Get the look: + Super Sunglasses Flat Top Sunglasses + Red Bubble Bob Dylan T-Shirt + Topshop Oversize Hoodie + Splendid Heavy Weight Leggings + APL Ascend Sneakers. .