Once again, God gives them a hint. Once again, they ignore, it, miss it, or desperately try to misinterpret it. These people are a real hoot. I'm glad they are doing such a spectacularly good job of debunking their own fruitcake theories. :^) Although, I guess if they didn't keep making such fools of themselves, no one would pay attention to them at all. ------------------------------------- http://www.nashuatelegraph.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070317/NEWS02/203170340/-1/sports Group braves snow to raise awareness for environment By ADAM GORLICK, The Associated Press Published: Saturday, Mar. 17, 2007 Photo by The Associated Press Participants in the Interfaith Walk for Climate Rescue, a group advocating environmental issues who are walking between Northampton, Mass., and Boston, trudge through a spring snowstorm on the first day of the walk in Northampton on Friday. As the worlds warmest winter on record drew to an end with a weekend snow storm, a group of religious leaders started walking across the state Friday to bring attention to global warming. People have been asking me what happens if it snows, said the Rev. Fred Small of the First Church Unitarian in Littleton. I tell them: We walk. The nine-day haul from downtown Northampton, Mass., to Copley Square in Boston was planned far before forecasts called for a weekend of snow and sleet just a few days before the start of spring. It was windy and cold. I was walking on the front of the line and I felt like I was bow of a ship with the wind just coming into my face, said the Rev. Margaret Bullitt-Johns of the Grace Episcopal Church in Amherst, where the group warmed up on bowls of lentil and minestrone soup after walking eight miles in deep snow from Northampton to Amherst. Bullitt-Johns said the walkers kept their spirits strong by singing Keep on walking forward, never turning back, a hymn they had chanted in prayer services before the march to Boston. The Rev. Andrea Ayvazian of the Haydenville Congregational Church said the snow was so deep, it felt like she was breaking trail.