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All About Easter

Apr 05, 2017

When the chocolate bunnies come out, you know Easter is just around the corner. Not that Easter is all about chocolate. People celebrate this holiday according to their religious beliefs. Christians honor Good Friday April 14th - as the day that Jesus Christ died and Easter Sunday April 17th - as the day that he was resurrected. Palm Sunday is the Sunday before Easter and the day Jesus arrived in Jerusalem.

That Crazy Rabbit

The Easter Bunny is another story. He wasn't always the pink or white bunny that hides chocolate eggs in your house. Long ago, he was called the Easter Hare. Some say he was a large, handsome bird that belonged to Eostre, the Pagan Goddess of dawn, fertility and new beginnings. She changed him into a rabbit, which explains why the Easter Bunny now builds a nest and fills it with colored eggs.

The Easter Bunny has some interesting originsThe Easter Bunny has some interesting origins

Easter Around the World

In some countries, like England and Germany, kids roll eggs down hills on Easter morning - a game that is kinda like the rolling of the rock away from Jesus Christ's tomb when He was resurrected. Even the President gets in on the Easter fun. At the White House in Washington, DC, kids under 12 get to roll hard-boiled eggs down the hilly lawn. Lots of families, around the world, have Easter egg hunts. And of course, there's always the big Easter dinner.

Kids rolling eggs at The White HouseKids rolling eggs at The White HouseCourtesy of dc.about.com

Did You Know?

  • More than 118 million cards will be exchanged a year on Easter, making it the fourth largest card-sending event in the US.
  • The white lily is a symbol of Christ's resurrection, and that is why it is sometimes referred to as an Easter lily.
  • In 2002, more than 700 million Marshmallow Peeps were eaten in America!
  • The Cadbury Creme Egg made its debut in 1971, and since then over 300 million eggs are produced each year.

Chocolate eggs are an Easter traditionChocolate eggs are an Easter tradition

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What does the Easter bunny leave behind at your house? Tell us how you spend Easter.

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CaptJolee
CaptJolee posted in Debating:
"Tennis123" wrote: i would like to point out that theres a difference between having an open mind and believing crazy stuff because of willful or unintentional scientific and factual ignorance. youtube videos made by conspiracy theorists are not a very good source of information. I honestly think that if you believe the earth is flat, there is something fundamentally wrong with your way of thinking and how you decide whats true and whats not. so what your saying is that if we believe in the flat earth we have some kind of mental problem???
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CaptJolee
CaptJolee posted in Debating:
forgive my stupidity there the real reason why they launch the missle is so they could coat the dome with radiation then they would bounce radio waves from ground satilletes from teh dome and back to ( internet towers, cell towers, etc) as the live footage you see from sates are nothing but cgi footage
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CaptJolee
CaptJolee posted in Debating:
"trueflow" wrote: "CaptJolee" wrote: even nasa confessed we haven't left low earth orbit because of the can Van Allen radiation belt, though yes a satellite could more than likey get through the Van Allen belt since no humans aboard and get a view of the earth and yes some of you seen #### ##### of a satellite in orbit showing the round earth,but let me ask you guys this,since it's you know the government couldn't they have just angled the satellite to a position where it seems round, or even photoshop it? If there exists the Van Allen Radiation Belt then the earth is round (or some sort of three dimensional shape at least) because there cannot exist magnetic monopoles. On the "flat earth wiki" it states that the Earth acts like a spherical magnet, which is also not consistent with the existence of the Van Allen radiation belt (then the charged particles are suspended radially around the ring which would obviously result in catastrophic damage to the atmosphere and land on Earth). Furthermore, the Van Allen Belt does not inhibit space travel, it only makes running digital equipment more risky. Certainly NASA, Roscosmos and ESA did not all lie to mask the "truth". Flat Earth would make it necessary to rethink fundamental physics, including gravity (general relativity), and a significant amount of electromagnetism knowledge that is well established and proven beyond concept. the van allen beltt is actually ther fermintation dome which for the reason of having radiation is the suddenly missle launching from not just america but russia as well to see if they could break the dome,F.H cook was also the one who discovered the ice wall yet says that there is land beyond it the size of america.... i would like  for that to be explained as well and i would like also for people to disprove the ice wall and why military a guarding it if it's just your ever day ice wall!! O^O
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unicornsrule626
"Splatwolf" wrote: To capture your age right now, maybe something with photos would be cool. You could do it in a creative way. ######### has some nice ideas. You could do a canvas collage. Transfer pic onto wood. Do a picture within a picture to show how many generations. A time-line pic or pictures. Hope you're able to find something for your Mom. Good luck. Yeah! That's a perfect idea! 
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Splatwolf
Splatwolf posted in Say Anything:
To capture your age right now, maybe something with photos would be cool. You could do it in a creative way. Pinterest has some nice ideas. You could do a canvas collage. Transfer pic onto wood. Do a picture within a picture to show how many generations. A time-line pic or pictures. Hope you're able to find something for your Mom. Good luck.
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