|Wesley R. Elsberry
Joined: May 2002
Hence Wesley comes to the erroneous conclusion about "flagrant abuse of imagery."
What is "erroneous" about objecting to the use of the very same picture to represent two different species of mammals? How is that somehow not "flagrant abuse of imagery"? Maybe just because the assembled ID advocates, including many headliners from the DI CRSC, were too... something to notice? It certainly seems far worse to me than setting up moths on different backgrounds to illustrate crypsis.
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