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Crayon Physics Deluxe ¶



There is simply no historic foundation
for the position that the Framers intended
to build the 'wall of separation' that was
constitutionalized in Everson. The 'wall
of separation between church and state'
is a metaphor based on bad history,
a metaphor which has proved useless
as a guide to judging. It should be frankly
and explicitly abandoned.   
          
- Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court,
William Rehnquist


3 comments:

The Professor said...

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The Professor said...



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of interest
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Every Student

Religion Comparison

Around the Well

Danish Cartoons

Arabic Cartoons

Muhammad or Jesus???

Answering Islam

Is Jesus God?

A Short Look At Six World Religions

God's Word in different languages...

How to become a Christian

Who Is Jesus?

See The Word

Watch The Jesus Movie

Spanish Cartoons

German Cartoons

Chinese Cartoons

Italian Cartoons

Greek Cartoons

Japanese Cartoons

Portuguese Cartoons

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But these are written so that you may
believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the
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The Professor said...

All children wish their drawings could come to life.
Crayon Physics Deluxe sets out to do just that. It’s
a 2D puzzle game with a simple premise. You must
move a small ball across varied landscapes.

The ball is moved by creating new objects. You use
your pointer like a Crayon. You can draw anything
you want. Your drawings become physical objects.
Draw a ball, and it will roll downhill. Draw a car,
and it will drive across the landscape.

Crayon Physics Deluxe won the Seumas McNally
Grand Prize at the Independent Games Festival.
You can’t play it just yet, though. The designer
promises a PC version soon. - - Kim Komando

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