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Erasmus, FCD



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(Permalink) Posted: June 28 2007,14:01   

from http://www.worldmagblog.com/blog/archives/030857.html

re the discussion about trolls etc, i find the entertainment factor to be optimized by a lower ratio of sane people to creationists.  worldmag is a good place to get that ratio down to about -10 decimal places..

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Scientific classification of species

For those who are giving me a hard time on this, please do your homework. I do a lot of reading on these issues, and it's pretty well agreed that one of the reasons for their being so many "endangered species" is that what used to be considered subspecies are now being categorized as species. So if a woodpecker exists on two separate islands, able to interbreed and visually almost identical, if one has more red on its head it will be called a different variety and considered an "endangered species." This isn't creationist imaginings, this is real-world stuff.

There's scientific pride in discovering new species, and there's money to be made if the "new species" is endangered.

I don't think anybody has a problem with the idea that, for instance, there might have been only one pair of red-toed gray humdingers on the ark if there are now seven varieties of them, if the varieties are in fact not separate species. A little more red on the head of one variety, or even a breeding group with a lot of albinos, is simply normal variation. There's a town somewhere that's proud of its large number of albino squirrels. If an albino existed on an island, we might soon have an island full of albinos. That says nothing about the veracity of the ark story.

And as to the question of everyone coming from eight people, I simply don't see the problem. Whether you believe in creation or evolution, you pretty much have to say we originally came from one pair of people. So why is eight more problematic?

And as to subspecies variations, ever notice that Africans and Chinese and Swedes all have strong variations, but the same DNA? There's more difference between a Polish person and a Scottish person than between some of these subspecies. Are redheads a different species? Are chihuahuas a new species of dog?

I really am not ignorant of science; please don't stereotype me.

Posted by: Cheryl D. at June 26, 2007 05:06 PM


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Arden Chatfield



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(Permalink) Posted: June 28 2007,14:13   

It's impossible not to love that money shot at the end:

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I really am not ignorant of science; please don't stereotype me.


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(Permalink) Posted: June 28 2007,14:17   

Erasmus - Please report to Stockholm at your earliest convenience to collect your Noble Prize for discovering a new type of primate that is unbelievably stupid,  Homo Creationistus Cheryl D.

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Erasmus, FCD



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(Permalink) Posted: June 28 2007,14:23   

believe me that is just the tip of the iceberg.  i've been holding onto this site for a year or so but after lurking here for a while i realized it is right up y'alls alley.  

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This isn't creationist imaginings, this is real-world stuff.


jeeeesus that one killed me.

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You're obviously illiterate as hell. Peach, bro.-FtK

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Erasmus, FCD



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(Permalink) Posted: June 28 2007,14:29   

same box, different tard

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Adam and Eve, who by biblical accounts, were our first parents, did not have inherited genetics like we do, of course. Therefore, it is highly probable that their offspring could have been all of the races we see today in the world. Their children could have married each other because they weren't genetically related. Adam might have been black, Eve could have been Asian and each of their children could have been completely different than either of them. I think that is kinda cool, really.
And a much better scenario (if you ask me) than coming from a single female with multiple male partners, sort of like what we have today in society. That certainly does not contribute to a stable society. If we started out like that, and we are supposed to have evolved into higher forms, it doesn't look like some people have evolved at all.

Posted by: annelise at June 27, 2007 02:01 AM


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(Permalink) Posted: June 28 2007,14:38   

Oh boy.


check this link out from their main page.

http://www.americanvision.org/downloads/FoolsHeart.mp4

  
Arden Chatfield



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(Permalink) Posted: June 28 2007,14:41   

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believe me that is just the tip of the iceberg.  i've been holding onto this site for a year or so but after lurking here for a while i realized it is right up y'alls alley.  

   
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This isn't creationist imaginings, this is real-world stuff.


jeeeesus that one killed me.

I'd say even for us ATBC vets who've been at this a few years and built up some thick skin, that was an awfully strong dose there.

However, I've long thought fstdt.com has the hardest, straight-up, all-the-way-up-to-11 tard on the internet. I had to swear off for a while. Just glancing at it kills brain cells and shaves months off your life, and I'm not sure how many of either I can spare anymore.  :O

Welcome, incidentally.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 28 2007,14:56   

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Are chihuahuas a new species of dog?

I don't know.  Ask a Great Dane.

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Erasmus, FCD



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(Permalink) Posted: June 28 2007,14:57   

how have i never heard of fstdt.com before.  i'll have to retune my tard goggles and give it a whirl.

thanks.  long time listener first time caller and stuff.  

get a load of the argument, in that thread,between cheryl mumsee and victoria.  not sure what is all about i go blind in the middle of each paragraph.  

chimpy that was good stuff.  they even used a british accent for dawkins (or was it really him?  kristine?)

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Finding something hard to believe based on the evidence, is science.-JoeG

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Erasmus, FCD



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(Permalink) Posted: June 28 2007,15:00   

new one

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The Darwinian theory of evoluation is falling apart these days because of 1) lack of any proof; 2) the inability to test it; 3) evidence which refutes it (such as fossil evidence); and 4) all sorts of new scientific insights with regard to information theory, statistical theory, complexity theory, and so on.

The Euros can go on believing they're just freak random mutational accidents if they want; they will just have to ignore increasing scientific evidence to the contrary.

James

Posted by: James at June 25, 2007 10:30 AM


you know, inability to test it, but it's refuted.  by all these words and stuff.

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You're obviously illiterate as hell. Peach, bro.-FtK

Finding something hard to believe based on the evidence, is science.-JoeG

the odds of getting some loathsome taint are low-- Gordon E Mullings Manjack Heights Montserrat

I work on molecular systems with pathway charts and such.-Giggles

  
Erasmus, FCD



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(Permalink) Posted: June 28 2007,15:13   

another good'un.  a veritable checklist of ignorance.

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It cannot explain irreducible complexity - where complex machinery in life has many parts, all of which must work together like a machine to work - and where each of its parts could not have independently and randomly developed in such a way that they all happen to work together;

- It cannot explain the fossil record, which does NOT show gradual genetic mutational drift. In the Cambrian explosion of millions of years ago, for instance, all of the main phyla of life came into existence in an incredibly short period;

- The fossil record nowhere shows one species gradually turning into another;

- It cannot explain why homologous creatures (like different sorts of frogs) have completely different DNA sequences;

- It cannot explain why to get to a 'good' mutation, you have to go through many 'bad mutations first - which would never have allowed any good mutations to begin with;

- It cannot explain the tremendous information content in even basic forms of life, which statistical analysis shows to be a virtually impossibility of having developed by chance;

- It cannot explain the fact that the creation of new forms of life is far, far more rapid that gene drift would allow, if it only happened randomly.

- It cannot explain why random mutations didn't muck up life's machinery and cause it to fail - the way a few lines of code that are off do to a software program.

etc. etc. etc.

Basically, the theory of evolution if falling apart from a scientific point of view.

There is much more going on that Darwinists suppose.

There has never been any proof that all of life on Earth was caused by random mutations. That is simply an unproven (and highly unlikely) presupposition that Darwinists make.

James

Posted by: James at June 25, 2007 11:53 AM


this guy keep telling me that there is an imminent revolution in biology, headed by electricians, diesel mechanics, accounts payable clerks and scuba divers.  or something similar.

anyone wanna guess his occupation?

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You're obviously illiterate as hell. Peach, bro.-FtK

Finding something hard to believe based on the evidence, is science.-JoeG

the odds of getting some loathsome taint are low-- Gordon E Mullings Manjack Heights Montserrat

I work on molecular systems with pathway charts and such.-Giggles

  
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(Permalink) Posted: June 28 2007,15:25   

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Are chihuahuas a new species of dog?

I don't know.  Ask a Great Dane.

*Slightly OT*

I went to India a few years ago with my wife and her family, and whilst driving to Amritsar we stopped to refresh ourselves at a roadside cafe. During our rest stop we were pleased to observe a very large mastiff type dog (clearly a bitch in heat) being pestered by a small terrier type dog (clearly a male). The smaller male dog was taking long run ups and launching himself genitalia first at the larger bitch. The size comparison was not quite chihuahua  vs great dane, but close enough. As we pulled away from the cafe we noticed that, in the absence of molecular or biochemical inhibition, the physical barrier required by speciation had been successfully overcome.

Quite literally.

Louis

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(Permalink) Posted: June 28 2007,15:31   

Quote (Louis @ June 28 2007,15:25)
Quote (Paul Flocken @ June 28 2007,21:56)
 
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Are chihuahuas a new species of dog?

I don't know.  Ask a Great Dane.

*Slightly OT*

I went to India a few years ago with my wife and her family, and whilst driving to Amritsar we stopped to refresh ourselves at a roadside cafe. During our rest stop we were pleased to observe a very large mastiff type dog (clearly a bitch in heat) being pestered by a small terrier type dog (clearly a male). The smaller male dog was taking long run ups and launching himself genitalia first at the larger bitch. The size comparison was not quite chihuahua  vs great dane, but close enough. As we pulled away from the cafe we noticed that, in the absence of molecular or biochemical inhibition, the physical barrier required by speciation had been successfully overcome.

Quite literally.

Louis

Louis:

For the rest of my life, I will thank you for gifting us with the following phrase:

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launching himself genitalia first at the larger bitch.


Again: I thank you.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 28 2007,15:33   

Quote (Erasmus, FCD @ June 28 2007,15:13)
another good'un.  a veritable checklist of ignorance.

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It cannot explain irreducible complexity - where complex machinery in life has many parts, all of which must work together like a machine to work - and where each of its parts could not have independently and randomly developed in such a way that they all happen to work together;

- It cannot explain the fossil record, which does NOT show gradual genetic mutational drift. In the Cambrian explosion of millions of years ago, for instance, all of the main phyla of life came into existence in an incredibly short period;

- The fossil record nowhere shows one species gradually turning into another;

- It cannot explain why homologous creatures (like different sorts of frogs) have completely different DNA sequences;

- It cannot explain why to get to a 'good' mutation, you have to go through many 'bad mutations first - which would never have allowed any good mutations to begin with;

- It cannot explain the tremendous information content in even basic forms of life, which statistical analysis shows to be a virtually impossibility of having developed by chance;

- It cannot explain the fact that the creation of new forms of life is far, far more rapid that gene drift would allow, if it only happened randomly.

- It cannot explain why random mutations didn't muck up life's machinery and cause it to fail - the way a few lines of code that are off do to a software program.

etc. etc. etc.

Basically, the theory of evolution if falling apart from a scientific point of view.

There is much more going on that Darwinists suppose.

There has never been any proof that all of life on Earth was caused by random mutations. That is simply an unproven (and highly unlikely) presupposition that Darwinists make.

James

Posted by: James at June 25, 2007 11:53 AM


this guy keep telling me that there is an imminent revolution in biology, headed by electricians, diesel mechanics, accounts payable clerks and scuba divers.  or something similar.

anyone wanna guess his occupation?

I'm guessing retired property manager or electrical engineer.

Erasmus, does your insurance provider know you do this?  :O

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(Permalink) Posted: June 28 2007,15:52   

Quote (Arden Chatfield @ June 28 2007,22:31)
Louis:

For the rest of my life, I will thank you for gifting us with the following phrase:

 
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launching himself genitalia first at the larger bitch.


Again: I thank you.

Arden, you are most welcome.

You should have seen the spectacle though. It went on for about 15 minutes and was one of the funniest things I've seen in my life. Every time I think of quitting anything early, I think of that little dog. The bitch could have snapped him in two with one bite, and tried a couple of times, but he kept on trying. Watching a dog launch himself knob first at something that has been trying to eat him for his impertinence pretty much sums up existence! He got there in the end, a real triumph of perseverance in the face of near overwhelming adversity.

I needed new lungs I was laughing so hard.

Louis

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Arden Chatfield



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(Permalink) Posted: June 28 2007,16:02   

Quote (Louis @ June 28 2007,15:52)
Quote (Arden Chatfield @ June 28 2007,22:31)
Louis:

For the rest of my life, I will thank you for gifting us with the following phrase:

 
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launching himself genitalia first at the larger bitch.


Again: I thank you.

Arden, you are most welcome.

You should have seen the spectacle though. It went on for about 15 minutes and was one of the funniest things I've seen in my life. Every time I think of quitting anything early, I think of that little dog. The bitch could have snapped him in two with one bite, and tried a couple of times, but he kept on trying. Watching a dog launch himself knob first at something that has been trying to eat him for his impertinence pretty much sums up existence! He got there in the end, a real triumph of perseverance in the face of near overwhelming adversity.

I needed new lungs I was laughing so hard.

Louis

Dare I ask what your Indian hosts thought of this spectacle?

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Erasmus, FCD



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(Permalink) Posted: June 28 2007,16:11   

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Erasmus, does your insurance provider know you do this?


do what?

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You're obviously illiterate as hell. Peach, bro.-FtK

Finding something hard to believe based on the evidence, is science.-JoeG

the odds of getting some loathsome taint are low-- Gordon E Mullings Manjack Heights Montserrat

I work on molecular systems with pathway charts and such.-Giggles

  
Erasmus, FCD



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(Permalink) Posted: June 28 2007,16:18   

this?  it's another good'un.

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Species is little more than a convenient way to classify creatures that typically breed together and share a habitat. That has little value as far as Creationism is concerned, because what was created was "kinds", not species. We know, for example, that different species of cats (like lions and tigers) can breed together and produce offspring. Such offspring are usually infertile, but they ARE produced in nature on rare ocassions.

Critics often set up a straw man concerning Noah's Ark, saying that there's no way every species alive could have fit on it. But that wasn't necessary. Let's take dogs for an example. It's plausible that all of the worlds modern dogs, foxes, wolves, dingoes, hyenas, and jackals are descended from a single pair of dog-like creatures that survived on the ark. They would have had a very robust genome, with all of the information needed to produce each of the 'species' listed above. As population groups spread accross the globe, certain genetic information was lost over time in each group, leaving other genes to be expressed. That is a process that creationists call speciation, and it's NOT the same as evolution because it represents a LOSS of genetic information over time rather than a gain. Note that it's also testable, simply by breeding, say, jackals and wolves together, and seeing what happens.


That is why I don't fret over the loss of a single variety of beetle or frog in a rain forest. Those populations have already lost so much of their original genetic information that they were on the verge on extinction already. It would actually be better to 'cross-breed' some of those popluations. That would have the effect of putting fragments of genetic information back into one large pool, making it more robust.

Posted by: Charles at June 25, 2007 08:20 PM


note the consistent anti-realist position with regard to biology that runs through almost every comment. hey, they're just deteriorations from the pure idea of Gawd!  Fuck em, who cares about bugs and stuff!  Pass the communion wafers.

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You're obviously illiterate as hell. Peach, bro.-FtK

Finding something hard to believe based on the evidence, is science.-JoeG

the odds of getting some loathsome taint are low-- Gordon E Mullings Manjack Heights Montserrat

I work on molecular systems with pathway charts and such.-Giggles

  
Erasmus, FCD



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(Permalink) Posted: June 28 2007,16:22   

more from that guy.

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Flipping one coin and getting 'heads' a million times in a row is mathematically the same as flipping a million coins and getting 'heads' on each.

The fact is, there is NO DOCUMENTED occurrence of any organism having some new genetic material that wasn't present in its parent. Why? Because it CAN'T happen. Randomness simply doesn't generate usable information. Darwinsts pretend that it does, and they call that science. In reality, it's delusion.

Posted by: Charles at June 25, 2007 06:24 PM


i guess no one told him about this guy:
http://images.google.com/imgres?....rl=http

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You're obviously illiterate as hell. Peach, bro.-FtK

Finding something hard to believe based on the evidence, is science.-JoeG

the odds of getting some loathsome taint are low-- Gordon E Mullings Manjack Heights Montserrat

I work on molecular systems with pathway charts and such.-Giggles

  
Louis



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(Permalink) Posted: June 28 2007,16:31   

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Dare I ask what your Indian hosts thought of this spectacle?

My wife was hiding in the car so no one could hear her laughing. My father in law, wife's uncle and I were in stitches and my wife's female relatives were trying to pretend it wasn't happening. They were pretending very very hard, which of course was even funnier.

Louis

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(Permalink) Posted: June 28 2007,16:34   

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I think of that little dog. The bitch could have snapped him in two with one bite, and tried a couple of times, but he kept on trying. Watching a dog launch himself knob first at something that has been trying to eat him for his impertinence pretty much sums up existence! He got there in the end, a real triumph of perseverance in the face of near overwhelming adversity.

I guess he should feel lucky he is not a spider :)

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(Permalink) Posted: June 28 2007,16:35   

There's a running joke in my family about the "Two-Bucket Award".  My Dad once won a bet with a coworker who claimed he could lift himself off the ground by standing in two buckets.  ("You've got the left leg up. Now pull harder on the right.")

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Critics often set up a straw man concerning Noah's Ark, saying that there's no way every species alive could have fit on it. But that wasn't necessary. Let's take dogs for an example. It's plausible that all of the worlds modern dogs, foxes, wolves, dingoes, hyenas, and jackals are descended from a single pair of dog-like creatures that survived on the ark. They would have had a very robust genome, with all of the information needed to produce each of the 'species' listed above. As population groups spread accross the globe, certain genetic information was lost over time in each group, leaving other genes to be expressed. That is a process that creationists call speciation, and it's NOT the same as evolution because it represents a LOSS of genetic information over time rather than a gain. Note that it's also testable, simply by breeding, say, jackals and wolves together, and seeing what happens.

Posted by: Charles at June 25, 2007 08:20 PM

Charles: Order of the Two Buckets.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 28 2007,17:03   

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Erasmus, does your insurance provider know you do this?


do what?

Huffing the hard tard like this.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 28 2007,17:34   

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It's impossible not to love that money shot at the end:

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I really am not ignorant of science; please don't stereotype me.

Think maybe she's, uh, heard that said of her before . . . ?

Several thousand times . . . . ?

(snicker)  (giggle)

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(Permalink) Posted: June 28 2007,17:37   

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The smaller male dog was taking long run ups and launching himself genitalia first at the larger bitch. The size comparison was not quite chihuahua  vs great dane, but close enough. As we pulled away from the cafe we noticed that, in the absence of molecular or biochemical inhibition, the physical barrier required by speciation had been successfully overcome.

Quite literally.

(lifts beer high)

I salute you, my canine friend.  Way to go.

:)

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(Permalink) Posted: June 28 2007,19:49   

Quote ("Rev Dr" Lenny Flank @ June 28 2007,17:37)
Quote (Louis @ June 28 2007,15:25)
The smaller male dog was taking long run ups and launching himself genitalia first at the larger bitch. The size comparison was not quite chihuahua vs great dane, but close enough. As we pulled away from the cafe we noticed that, in the absence of molecular or biochemical inhibition, the physical barrier required by speciation had been successfully overcome.

Quite literally.

(lifts beer high)

I salute you, my canine friend.  Way to go.

:)

Loony as it may have seemed, his ('dogged'?) determination was rewarded at the genetic level. QED.

Can't help but wonder what the puppies looked like.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 28 2007,20:34   

Just in the last two or three days I read an article where the male dog was something like a dachsund, and the female dog was like a St. Bernard, and the owners let them hang out because they thought pregnancy was physically impossible.

I wish I could remember where I saw the article. You can guess what the outcome was.

   
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(Permalink) Posted: June 28 2007,20:37   

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Erasmus, does your insurance provider know you do this?


do what?

Huffing the hard tard like this.

Back in 2000 I worked at a [edit: an anonymous coffee shop] in north Raleigh. I had to trespass people about once a week. One girl, a hippy who lived in her little Nissan truck, stunk up the place, dealt drugs openly, took baths in the bathroom, slept in the porch half the day, etc. I finally had to ban her when she was caught huffing some kind of chemical in the bathroom for the dozenth time.

Whatever she was huffing, it was probably safer than tard.

Edited by stevestory on June 28 2007,21:38

   
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(Permalink) Posted: June 28 2007,20:55   

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Erasmus, does your insurance provider know you do this?


do what?

Huffing the hard tard like this.

Back in 2000 I worked at a [edit: an anonymous coffee shop] in north Raleigh. I had to trespass people about once a week. One girl, a hippy who lived in her little Nissan truck, stunk up the place, dealt drugs openly, took baths in the bathroom, slept in the porch half the day, etc. I finally had to ban her when she was caught huffing some kind of chemical in the bathroom for the dozenth time.

Whatever she was huffing, it was probably safer than tard.

Less damaging to the brain's reasoning center for sure.

  
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(Permalink) Posted: June 28 2007,21:02   

Probably. Though she emerged from the bathroom as intoxicated as we get from UD.

Whenever you try to walk in a straight direction, and end up walking horizontally into a wall, and falling down, that's a good sign you should modify your hobbies.

   
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