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Then he had to wait to see how senior shepherd Bobby Henderson, working two dogs at the same time, got on.
The Sheepdog trials results are as follows: 1st - Arthur Temple with Floss (90/100) 2nd - Paul Turnbull with Mik (86/100) 3rd - David Henderson with Star (85/100) 4th - Colin Balmbro with Scott (81/100) 5th - Bobby Henderson with Skid (80/100 OLF) 6th - Willie Welsh with Sam (86/100) Best local prizes as follows: 1st - Colin Balmbro with Scott 2nd - Michael Davidson with Taff Novice winner was Ciaran McNulty with his dog Kim.
Bobby Henderson wrote to the state Board of Education to propose that his idea that the universe was created by a flying mass of spaghetti be given equal time.
The Internet is ablaze with science blogs in the same vein; Moran even cites the Flying Spaghetti Monster, Bobby Henderson's inane character during an Intelligent Design flare-up in the 1980s.
The Church was established in a 2005 when a 24-year-old Bobby Henderson wrote to the Kansas State Board of Education, saying that his belief of a "flying spaghetti monster" that created the universe should be taught as well.
DAYS GONE BY From left, miners enjoy a break, Bobby Henderson next to the 'Old Tankie'' engine and miners by the railtrack LEGACY Reverend Angela Maughan with her book to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Burradon pit disaster.
Eleven-year-old Katie Armitage has been chosen as New Mill Gala Queen for 2009 and she will be joined by Isabelle Galloway, aged 10, Mackenzie Powell, six, Megan Henderson, five, and Bobby Henderson, four.
The monster was created--or revealed?--by Bobby Henderson when Kansas decided to teach "intelligent design" alongside evolution.
Bobby Henderson does, although with meatball planted firmly in cheek.
The procession travelled from New Mill Church to the gala site on Coal Pit Lane, featuring Gala Queen Katie Armitage, 11, who was joined by Isabelle Galloway, 10, Mackenzie Powell, six, Megan Henderson, five, and Bobby Henderson, four.
In November 2005, Bobby Henderson, 17, of Whytrigg Close, Seaton Delaval, Northumberland, became one of the youngest helicopter pilots in Britain.
Bobby Henderson, of Whytrigg [correct] Close, Seaton Delaval, Northumberland, was awarded his pilot's licence at the age of just 17 after notching up more than 75 hours in the air.