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Arden Chatfield



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(Permalink) Posted: July 28 2007,10:27   

I honestly believe Martin had no idea that some swans are black. He needs to get out more.  

VMartin, please tell us why you think some swans are white, why some swans are black, and why zebras are striped. All you're doing is listing trivia facts.

DO YOU have a solution? Tell us why these things are so. Repeating "Darwinist have not explanations for this things" doesn't make you clever. It makes you a useless boob who hates 'Darwinism' but can't produce anything in its place.

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