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didymos



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 14 2008,08:02   

Quote (keiths @ Sep. 14 2008,02:23)
Wow.

Each site in the O'Leary blog farm now solicits a "suggested donation":
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You like this blog? Feed the kitty! $10 suggested.

How much money do you think it would take to get her to stop blogging?


Just about the last thing I'd ever want to do is feed Denyse's kitty. *shudder*

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Louis



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 14 2008,08:14   

Quote (didymos @ Sep. 14 2008,14:02)
Quote (keiths @ Sep. 14 2008,02:23)
Wow.

Each site in the O'Leary blog farm now solicits a "suggested donation":
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You like this blog? Feed the kitty! $10 suggested.

How much money do you think it would take to get her to stop blogging?


Just about the last thing I'd ever want to do is feed Denyse's kitty. *shudder*

Ewwwwwwwwww grannypoon!

Anyway, this does remind me of a cartoon I once saw which depicted the adventures of a businessman abroad on a conference. He had a gentleman's stroke periodical* open on his hotel bed when the maid came into clean the room. The maid was less than fulsomely attractive, and upon observing the magazine in question, and the pictures displayed therein, said to the businessman "You like no knickers? For $100 I take knickers off". To which the businessman replied "For $200 will you keep them on?"

Louis

* A Gentleman's Stroke Periodical is a publication which displays young ladies in varying states of undress in order to provide observers with mental imagery sufficient to inflict tumescence upon the gentleman's membrum viralis. The gentleman may then choose to relieve the tension thus caused by relaxing in a gentleman's way.

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Reciprocating Bill



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 14 2008,08:18   

Quote (afarensis @ Sep. 14 2008,03:32)
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Is Davetard pushing his luck? On the fantomarks thread Dave says:

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DaveScot

09/14/2008

12:46 am

Uh, yeah. I think Iím going to have to go ahead and call BS.


http://www.uncommondescent.com/intelli....-295565

Hard to say. The paper Dembski is talking about is clearly anti-ID. On the other hand, fantomarks do sound a little bit like Dembski's zero wavelength thingy and I can see how he would be attracted by the idea because it kind of sounds like it might be a mechanism for the designer to impart information into the natural world...

Well, I read the paper and me pattern detectors were a-detecting. Me eyes raced across the screen extracting physical signals, differences, streaks, streaks of streaks, phantom marks, and fantomarks. Me LGN and V1 were in dialectical union and I do believe for a moment the structure of RB's cognition mirrored the deeply distributive, dissipative, cooperative, emergent and intelligent structure of the universe at the quantum level. A Bohmian pilot wave bore forth this ubermark:

Cognition entails abstraction. Since abstraction is non-physical we can communicate across astronomical distances without resort to physical signals simply by propagating abstractions!

I'm gonna lick that toad again.

Eta: WAD, you are fucking loosing it.

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Amadan



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 14 2008,11:33   

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The Discovery Institute today unveiled a multi-million dollar PR apparatus known as the Logicless Harangue Collider (LHC).

[snip]


Belated, but done.

We all understand you are busy, so no criticism is implied or intended, but I think Amadan gets a whole extra hour of POTWhood for this oversight.

;-)

Louis


AmadŠn staggers buck naked into corridor and falls back against door, slamming it shut. Exhausted, he slides to the floor revealing a plaque on the door reading POTW. A smear of what appears to be baby oil and peanut butter traces the arc of his collapse. Behind the door can be heard the muffled giggling of what sounds like a troupe of highly pneumatic cheerleaders* calling him back.

Through waves of exquisite exhaustion, and despite his face being fixed in a grin that death itself could not hope to erase, he mutters, barely audibly, "Thanks for the extra hour, lads".



* You have to listen verrrry carefully for details like this.

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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 14 2008,12:42   

Quote (Maya @ Sep. 13 2008,20:12)
 
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Fantomarks are information carriers that cannot be sensed or detected or recorded by human beings, and/or other living things or systems, and/or instruments, devices, or systems made by human beings.


*blink*

So, what is he talking about, then?

(Edited to fix my tags. †Thanks for the button!)

God.

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Timothy McDougald



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 14 2008,14:33   

Quote (Reciprocating Bill @ Sep. 14 2008,08:18)
Quote (afarensis @ Sep. 14 2008,03:32)
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Quote (stevestory @ Sep. 14 2008,01:12)
Is Davetard pushing his luck? On the fantomarks thread Dave says:

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5

DaveScot

09/14/2008

12:46 am

Uh, yeah. I think Iím going to have to go ahead and call BS.


http://www.uncommondescent.com/intelli....-295565

Hard to say. The paper Dembski is talking about is clearly anti-ID. On the other hand, fantomarks do sound a little bit like Dembski's zero wavelength thingy and I can see how he would be attracted by the idea because it kind of sounds like it might be a mechanism for the designer to impart information into the natural world...

Well, I read the paper and me pattern detectors were a-detecting. Me eyes raced across the screen extracting physical signals, differences, streaks, streaks of streaks, phantom marks, and fantomarks. Me LGN and V1 were in dialectical union and I do believe for a moment the structure of RB's cognition mirrored the deeply distributive, dissipative, cooperative, emergent and intelligent structure of the universe at the quantum level. A Bohmian pilot wave bore forth this ubermark:

Cognition entails abstraction. Since abstraction is non-physical we can communicate across astronomical distances without resort to physical signals simply by propagating abstractions!

I'm gonna lick that toad again.

Eta: WAD, you are fucking loosing it.

On the one hand the paper says:

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The picture emerging here is that intelligence is distributed at all scales across vast, interlocking networks throughout the universe, and that there is no particular explanatory advantage to be gained in localizing intelligence in a single agency, such as a "designer" or a deity.


So I don't think DaveScot, and some of the others who are skeptical, is risking much. On the other hand, I can see how the concept of fantomarks might appeal to Dembski and I am wondering if he expected a different reaction. In thinking about this as I write, it also occurs to me that in someways the above quote is a good description of Dembski's god so maybe it's not so anti-ID after all. But then, I am severely sleep deprived at the moment, so you may be right that folks have been licking toads.



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Bob O'H



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 14 2008,15:11   

If Isaacson is worried about Fantamarks, he should switch Sprite.

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Jkrebs



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 14 2008,18:06   

I, and I imagine others, have saved the fantomarks page on the grounds that it might suddenly disappear: Dembski ought to be profoundly embarrassed by even posting about it in the first place.

  
csadams



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 14 2008,18:30   

Quote (Jkrebs @ Sep. 14 2008,18:06)
I, and I imagine others, have saved the fantomarks page on the grounds that it might suddenly disappear: Dembski ought to be profoundly embarrassed by even posting about it in the first place.

fantomarks

Sounds like a term to be used while criticizing Walt Brown's blurbage.

You know - phantom arks . . .

[bowing out ungracefully]

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stevestory



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 14 2008,18:47   

Quote (Jkrebs @ Sep. 14 2008,19:06)
I, and I imagine others, have saved the fantomarks page on the grounds that it might suddenly disappear: Dembski ought to be profoundly embarrassed by even posting about it in the first place.

You and me both. The comments are almost uniformly "This is nonsense". and so Dembski might make it disappear rather than have viewers wondering "Why was Dembski interested in gibberish?"

(Answer, for UD readers: same reason Dembski fell for The Bible Code and faith healers)

   
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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 14 2008,20:10   

Perhaps it's an homage to all the science done at the Evolutionary Informatics webpage Lab.

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sparc



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 14 2008,23:09   

Interestingly enough, WMAD doesn't say what he actually thinks about the paper. However, why should he encourage a discussion if he thougt it were BS?

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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 14 2008,23:28   

Quote (sparc @ Sep. 14 2008,21:09)
Interestingly enough, WMAD doesn't say what he actually thinks about the paper. However, why should he encourage a discussion if he thougt it were BS?

I think it's obvious.

Bill likes the paper, for obvious reasons, but part of his brain still tells him that most people will laugh at him for this. So he tosses it out all casual-like, saying "so, uh, what do you guys think about this?" He figures if everyone likes it, he'll say so too, but if everyone hates it, he'll just drop the subject.  

This is the same Bill who believes in angels and the Bible code, and who took his kid to a faith healer.

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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 15 2008,00:18   

My theory is that wMad hasn't looked at the paper seriously, and has thrown it out to the wolves, to see what they think.  Now he knows, he won't have to read it properly.

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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 15 2008,00:43   

I do like this comment from the thread where Casey and Denyse are lying

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SCheesman

09/12/2008

4:43 pm

As much as Iíd like to agree with this post, the appeals court decision is easily available on-line.
...


If only the truth was harder to find, SCheesman could believe the lies...what a shame...

   
Ptaylor



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 15 2008,02:26   

Q: Imagine your name is DaveScot and you have just had your arguments totally eviscerated on the Internets. Who would you want coming to your rescue?
A: Why, Larry Farfromsane, of course:
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Larry Fafarman

09/14/2008

1:31 pm
Dave Ė

I told them off over at the Questionable Authority blog, where as you know they are giving you a hard time about your post here Ė

http://scienceblogs.com/author.....nt-1104599

Itís comment #21 under the ďCause, Effect, and CannabisĒ article.


Larry has made a couple of mistakes:
1. Broken the unwritten rule that the IDiots never link to materialist reality based blogs, such as this one where Dave has been pwned, and
2. Has failed, for the 6,483rd* time, to anticipate that his own comments will be torn to pieces.

* Jokelet stolen from Mike Dunford.

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jeannot



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 15 2008,06:57   

Fantomarks... Not to be confused with... FANTOM¬S!!! :O

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fantomas

Both look equally scientific.

  
PTET



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 15 2008,09:03   

Quote (stevestory @ Sep. 15 2008,00:43)
I do like this comment from the thread where Casey and Denyse are lying

LOL. Here's my fave bit of Denyse's post...

 
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Huh? Why isnít this happening in Canada? I thought we had cornered the Western world market on suppression of thought and speech.




Edited to add: Denyse's quote on religion from here.

99th post, i think...

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PTET



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 15 2008,09:12   

[Edited to add] In celebration of my 100th post at AtBC, I present to you a completely made up post from Denyse O'Leary.  
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Hello and welcome to the latest addition to my family of blogs. Yes, you're read that right. I'm delighted to have been asked to post at PTET, my one-hundreth blog, in celebration of his one hundredth post to "After The Bar Closes". I've never been there myself. Apparently it's materialist, Darwin-worshipping, God-hating heaven.

For those of you who don't know me, I'm a Toronto-based journalist; Roman Catholic Christian. I'm an avid blogger, an award winning author, and three time winner of a "world's best grandmother" mug. Look out for my books of ghost stories, "The Spiritual Train" and "The Spiritual Lane". I got help with the big words from a real scientist I met at a dinner party! Coming soon, there's a sequel set in the world of sewage management, "The Spiritual Drain", and a children's book set at the docks of old Newfoundland, "The Spiritual Crane".

Darwinists are mean and spiteful because in their world-view, life is meaningless. I mean if all we are is material atoms, then what possible use could here be for love, hate, science or helping people? We'd all just be animals rutting, rutting, filthy rutting to pass on our genes.

Darwinists persecute me because of my beliefs. Sometimes I wish I was Jewish, because they really get persecuted, but I get persecuted so much for being Roman Catholic I don't think I'll change.

Life is so obviously, like, designed. I mean, just look at it. Do I look like a monkey? Do I look like a rutting animal? OK, so DaveScot is like the missing link (joking!), but that nice Dr. Dr. Dr. Dembski says there's some incredible secret they have which means it's important Mr Stroppy Cheesy-Poofs won't be going anywhere for a long time.

"Intelligent Design" is so obviously not religious. Just look at it? Does it look religious? Darwinism - now there's a religion. That's why Christians (and my Jewish friends!) don't believe in it. Some people call themselves Christian evolutionists, but they're so far removed from real spiritual beings that I can pretend they don't exist. And anyway, they say that God is bigger than science. That's absurd. It's obvious to anyone with half a brain. That nice Dr. Dembski has three doctorations so he's very very, very clever. He agrees with me that it's completely obvious that everything is front-loaded into our DNA... So all of us carry the entire future of the Universe already written in our genes!

Materialists never dream. What's the point if all we are is rutting beasts? They're not interested in the future, where maybe one day President Palin will be arm and arm with a Toronto-based grandmother journalist, thrust by popular acclaim to be Prime Minister of Canada? With a pony! Now that's a future we can all believe in.

Now, over at "The Mindless Hash", bake the best communion-cookies you've ever tasted.

Don't miss me at "Salvage Blag", where I tell all those "scientists" with their fancy-pants "degrees" just where they are going wrong.


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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 15 2008,11:40   

PTET, could you do us a favor and tell us who said that and/or where they said it?

   
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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 15 2008,12:11   

Quote (stevestory @ Sep. 15 2008,11:40)
PTET, could you do us a favor and tell us who said that and/or where they said it?

Oh dear. Not obvious? A fake post by Denyse, to celebrate my 100th post here.

I'll get me coat...

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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 15 2008,12:18   

Quote (PTET @ Sep. 15 2008,13:11)
Quote (stevestory @ Sep. 15 2008,11:40)
PTET, could you do us a favor and tell us who said that and/or where they said it?

Oh dear. Not obvious? A fake post by Denyse, to celebrate my 100th post here.

I'll get me coat...

I thought that's what it was, but the quote box threw me off.

   
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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 15 2008,12:35   

Quote (PTET @ Sep. 15 2008,09:12)
[Edited to add] In celebration of my 100th post at AtBC, I present to you a completely made up post from Denyse O'Leary.  
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Hello and welcome to the latest addition to my family of blogs. Yes, you're read that right. I'm delighted to have been asked to post at PTET, my one-hundreth blog, in celebration of his one hundredth post to "After The Bar Closes". I've never been there myself. Apparently it's materialist, Darwin-worshipping, God-hating heaven.

For those of you who don't know me, I'm a Toronto-based journalist; Roman Catholic Christian. I'm an avid blogger, an award winning author* , and three time winner of a "world's best grandmother" mug. Look out for my books of ghost stories, "The Spiritual Train" and "The Spiritual Lane". I got help with the big words from a real scientist I met at a dinner party! Coming soon, there's a sequel set in the world of sewage management, "The Spiritual Drain", and a children's book set at the docks of old Newfoundland, "The Spiritual Crane".

Darwinists are mean and spiteful because in their world-view, life is meaningless. I mean if all we are is material atoms, then what possible use could here be for love, hate, science or helping people? We'd all just be animals rutting, rutting, filthy rutting to pass on our genes.

Darwinists persecute me because of my beliefs. Sometimes I wish I was Jewish, because they really get persecuted, but I get persecuted so much for being Roman Catholic I don't think I'll change.

Life is so obviously, like, designed. I mean, just look at it. Do I look like a monkey? Do I look like a rutting animal? OK, so DaveScot is like the missing link (joking!), but that nice Dr. Dr. Dr. Dembski says there's some incredible secret they have which means it's important Mr Stroppy Cheesy-Poofs won't be going anywhere for a log time.

"Intelligent Design" is so obviously not religious. Just look at it? Does it look religious? Darwinism - now there's a religion. That's why Christians (and my Jewish friends!) don't believe in it. Some people call themselves Christian evolutionists, but they're so far removed from real spiritual beings that I can pretend they don't exist. And anyway, they say that God is bigger than science. That's absurd. It's obvious to anyone with half a brain. That nice Dr. Dembski has three doctorations so he's very very, very clever. He agrees with me that it's completely obvious that everything is front-loaded into our DNA... So all of us carry the entire future of the Universe already written in our genes!

Materialists never dream. What's the point if all we are is rutting beasts? They're not interested in the future, where maybe one day President Palin will be arm and arm with a Toronto-based grandmother journalist, thrust by popular acclaim to be Prime Minister of Canada? With a pony! Now that's a future we can all believe in.

Now, over at "The Mindless Hash", bake the best communion-cookies you've ever tasted.

Don't miss me at "Salvage Blag", where I tell all those "scientists" with their fancy-pants "degrees" just where they are going wrong.

POTW!!!

* BTW - You are referring to when I awarded her the Bullwer-Lyton Lifetime Achievement Award, right?


Denyse O'Leary's Writing Award

** if you are referencing my Award to Denyse, I will have to recuss my self from nominating you for the POTW!

Damn!

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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 15 2008,13:02   

Quote (stevestory @ Sep. 15 2008,10:18)
 
Quote (PTET @ Sep. 15 2008,13:11)
Quote (stevestory @ Sep. 15 2008,11:40)
PTET, could you do us a favor and tell us who said that and/or where they said it?

Oh dear. Not obvious? A fake post by Denyse, to celebrate my 100th post here.

I'll get me coat...

I thought that's what it was, but the quote box threw me off.

Jeez, Steve. Way to ruin the joke. †:angry:

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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 15 2008,13:27   

In the fantomarks thread, DaveScot writes,

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Letís give alternate representations of reality weight commensurate with physical evidence in support of it. In the case of fantomarks thatís not equal time itís zero time.


Let's remember that one! †

I can think of some other words that would substitute well here for "fantomarks."

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 15 2008,13:46   

Quote (Louis @ Sep. 14 2008,08:14)
* A Gentleman's Stroke Periodical is a publication which displays young ladies in varying states of undress in order to provide observers with mental imagery sufficient to inflict tumescence upon the gentleman's membrum viralis. The gentleman may then choose to relieve the tension thus caused by relaxing in a gentleman's way.

I nominate Louis for the World-class Asterisk Post Of The Week.  Yes, Louis gets the First Ever WAP-POTW.

Please clap for him.

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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 15 2008,14:29   

J-Dog
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POTW!!!
I agree.But who will explains Amadan that a week at this thread has only four days?

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- William Dembski -

   
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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 15 2008,14:41   

Quote (sparc @ Sep. 15 2008,14:29)
J-Dog  
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POTW!!!
I agree.But who will explains Amadan that a week at this thread has only four days?

If you read Amadan's last post, I think you will agree that he will thank us for rescuing him from his heroic efforts to satisfy his legion of admirers.

* Plus, I think that if you check "The Rules", version 2.5 1957 version, you will find that a WAP-POTW and a POTW can run concurrently.

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Gullibility is not a virtue - Quidam on Dembski's belief in the Bible Code Faith Healers & ID 7/08

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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 15 2008,15:24   

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J-Dog
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POTW!!!
I agree.But who will explains Amadan that a week at this thread has only four days?

Umm, the mean time between POTW is something like 36 hours. If Amadan has had is POTW for 4 days then there is a breakdown in the system. Only Posts Of The Month are supposed to last that long.

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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 15 2008,15:24   

UR DOIN IT RONG


 
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Does it matter that their favorite poster boy, Chas Darwin, has checked him self in rehab? That's like checking into the Roach Motel - he's not gonna check out. Not with his record of falsifying the facts. Face it Darwinzoids, it's "Dolly on the gravestone of fact free science."

I told that Mazur stringer that this beat was tough. It is. Facsism is still fashionable under the academic ivy. Pass the toad around the circle lick, that's what passes for reasearch in these institutions. Not for me. Whatever Jesus is smoking, pass that doobie my way.

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