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A: ND Compassionate Care Act 2016… How did you help the cause? B: I helped collect about 100 signatures and helped bring up the petitions to the Capital.Brandon and I had a picture in the local newspaper. It looked like I had fish eyes in the picture. At first I was overwhelmed, but I have to thank them. Before the petition, I was more like a homebody. It helped me get out of my shell and inspired me to start my business and help get me through my anxiety. I’m glad I did it. I met a lot of great people. A: If you had a chance to talk with voters before the election what would you tell them? B: I would tell them take one good look…and don’t tell me it’s not a human right! The body itself produces THC. On top of that, to deny people who are so sick that they are dying the right to comfort themselves, or make them not have to suffer so much. To deny people that… it makes you a murderer. That’s a form of homicide and that’s how I see it.At the end of our interview, Bryan took out his paint and painted me a very cool painting he entitled “Cosmic Interview. “… YOUR AD COULD BE HERE! (We’re cool if it’s on a different page too) With thousands of viewers, your business is bound to be noticed! We will even design your ad for you! Ask about the sizes available. Curious? Contact us at 701-751-0838 8 October 12, 1974: Son of Sam Cult Killings Include Bismarck Woman Taken from whatliesbeyond.boards.net Written by Graveyard Bride October 12th is known by many practitioners of Thelema as Crowleymas because it is the birthday of Aleister Crowley, who was born October 12, 1875. Some observe Crowleymas by performing certain rituals. Others celebrate the day as they would any other holiday, with feasting, drinking and partying. But on October 12, 1974, someone allegedly honored “The Beast” by ritually murdering a young woman inside a church on the university campus in Palo Alto, California. Arlis Kay Dykema was born February 22, 1955, in Bismarck, North Dakota. She attended Bismarck High School, where she was a cheerleader and popular girl, but most importantly, she was a devout Christian, active in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA). Following graduation, she continued to live at home while attending Bismarck Junior College and working in a nearby dental office. She continued her FCA activities, serving as a huddle leader – a college student athlete who works with small groups of campers. Huddle leaders must be fully dedicated to Christ, not only while working at camp, but in their everyday lives. Arlis did her best to live a Christian life and did not hesitate to spread the gospel at every opportunity. In fact, there are rumors the young woman attempted to convert several members of a Satanic cult in nearby Mandan, N.D. Satan was no stranger in Bismarck. Beginning in 1972, there was evidence of what locals and law enforcement considered Satanic activity in Hillside Cemetery, behind a Catholic church and near a synagogue. However, their favorite haunt seemed to be a wooded area wi ]\X\[]\]Hق'ۈو[K8'H]Y\]ۙ\Y[[^[KHX^H]H][Y[ۛXYH]\\وH\X\X[[ NM X\KH\^YX\YH[Y[\]YHH]X\ Xܙ[X]\H\KHܛY\]–[ܚ\ܝ\[\8'H[[X]B][8'KH[H[\Y]Y[X\Y 8'^HY[ۙ][X]] ^HZYH[\Y[[Xو\KH\K8'H]HH\Hܛ\H]Bܘ]^X\[H][ܜ\\\Y˜ܙY\\H[]ۈ\ܛ˸'H]\[[H][[HX\H[ؚ[HYB[][]Hۙ\YYYۙHZ\[š[H NM[YHو[H\H[XY[]][]Y[H[YH]YH\ܚXY\H8'XYX\K'Bۈ]Y\ M NM \\X\YYXB\K\YY]X\[[HY[X\Y\]Y\\X[YX\][ܙ[]\]K\HB\H[YYY[ [Z\Y[H]]܈[[[[ݙY[H[ܙܛZ]ܞH܈X\YYY[ˈXH\XH[\[۝[YYۈ^YKB