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Arden Chatfield



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(Permalink) Posted: June 28 2007,15:50   

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Maybe your liver is as colorfull as a bright picture of Kandinskyi, but surely it is not my case.  


But how can you be SURE, V?

 
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It is forbidden to quote John Davison's thoughts here.


Nonsense. We've already done it. Knock yourself out, V.

 
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On your part it is not correct to ask me questions that misinterpret John Davison thoughts on evolution because it is necessary for me to quote him or to give link to the sites where he addressed the issue.


Coward.

Well how about our questions about who did the designing you posit, and what your 'scenario' is? We're quoting YOU there!

 
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Otherwise your misinterpretation cannot be refuted. But my ban will probably follow imediately in such a case.


It's a simple question, V. Davison said there's no reason to doubt common descent.

Two answers, V:

1) I agree
2) I disagree

Why can't you answer that? What are you so terrified of?

Trust me, we all know your "Wesley will ban me" line is a lie.

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