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"Rev Dr" Lenny Flank



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(Permalink) Posted: June 28 2007,22:00   

Quote (stevestory @ 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.

Lopsided puppies?

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Erasmus, FCD



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(Permalink) Posted: June 29 2007,07:58   

Louis with regards to the dog, did I understand that he finally succeeded at heaving himself genitals first into the big bitch?  Or did you never get to see the money shot?

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33: James: "The problem is, 'rationality' can never lead to morality. At bottom, you have to consider something good or bad instrinsically (unless you are an amoral). You can then rationally construct a morality from that moral axiom."

So what you are really saying is that rape is only bad because God says it is bad. If God were to say rape was good, it would then become good, since God created these morals.

And without God telling atheists that rape is bad, atheists would have no reason to think that rape is bad.

Do i have it correct?

Posted by: rox0r at June 27, 2007 03:44 PM


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(Permalink) Posted: June 29 2007,08:02   

this one from ye olde fstdt.com (thanks for the tip!)


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"[A study shows that male Congressmen with daughters are more likely to vote for reproductive rights]

The conclusion they want you to get from this is that pro-life Congressmen are insensitive to women and don't have contact with any.

But I'd draw a different conclusion: Congressmen who are liberal are more likely to have slutty daughters. And therefore, they are more likely to support abortion for selfish, personal reasons."

Debbie Schlussel, Debbie Schlussel's Blog [Comments (44)] 2007-Jun-27


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fusilier



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(Permalink) Posted: June 29 2007,08:24   

Poor old Bunts, the nautical dog,
He's sure to be sentenced to Stoppage-Of-Grog;
Port old Bunts, for 'chokey' he's bound,
For falling in love with a French, Afghan Hound.






from:http://tomlewis.net/lyrics/bunts.htm

fusilier
James 2:24

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Erasmus, FCD



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(Permalink) Posted: June 29 2007,11:20   

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I see, you are a darwinist from AtBC. You don't want to discuss problem but only to ridicule. As usually. I am fed up with people like you but I'll try to answer you neverthenless.

I would say that coloration should be white, black or gray (many mushrooms have such colors btw). I would compare situation to nocturnal animals where there is  no natural selection or sexual selection present as active force to modify coloration. Generally speaking moles are not as colorful as butterflies are. I have never heard about red owls with white dots. I have never heard about yellow or green bats. But there might be some cryptic function during day.

I would appreciate some ideas but you may keep ridiculing my posts if you like. You are a frustrated darwinists from AtBC I underestand you.


V Martin from the Dumbest.Idea.Evar thread

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Erasmus, FCD



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(Permalink) Posted: July 22 2007,20:11   

more from the mines of worldmagblog....




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Theistic creator merely means God created things
Deistic creator means God created things then lets them go without maintainance or care.

Thus, Deistic is a subset of Theistic, it's like saying there's a difference between apples and Granny Smith apples.

Just to clarify the language so no one is confused by this discussion.

I believe, however, that if there is nothing - no energy, no matter - then there is no scientific law to measure or not measure. The scientific laws would need to be created as well as the matter and energy, thus setting the pattern in place. If there's nothing, there's no laws, no science, nothing.

Your position seems to be that scientific laws are transcendent, that they are there even if nothing at all is - that they precede matter and dictate reality. That's not a rational position.

Incidentally I wasn't referring to you specifically when I pointed out the flaw in rejecting a creator, simply with the position in doing so. I apologize if it seemed accusatory or pointed at you. My grammar sometimes isn't good, I shift tenses and cases too often.

Posted by: Christopher Taylor at July 22, 2007 07:19 PM


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(Permalink) Posted: July 23 2007,08:04   

Why, oh why, did I read this before the second cup of coffee?  

Re: the dog.  I knew a guy with a dog that was half black lab and half dachshund.  It can be done.  The dog had a very large head and tail, not quite as big as a full lab, but way too big for his body, which was slightly chunky dachshund.  He had black lab hair all over.  Every time he walked, it looked like he was going to fall face first, his head was so big compared to his body.

Re:  Debbie Schlussel and slutty Congressmen's daughters.  Hmmm.  Could it be pot/kettle, or is she just jealous?

Re:  Antediluvian speciation (somewhere on page 1). So evolution happened, but only after the flood, and only by losing genetic information.  Way to compromise faith and science, dude!

  
Erasmus, FCD



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(Permalink) Posted: July 25 2007,12:24   

Reddot, edumacated creationist:

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Do I believe the Earth is between 6-10 thousand years old?  Absolutely.  We're not crackpots


I damn near died.

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(Permalink) Posted: July 25 2007,12:56   

Quote (Erasmus, FCD @ July 25 2007,12:24)
Reddot, edumacated creationist:

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Do I believe the Earth is between 6-10 thousand years old?  Absolutely.  We're not crackpots


I damn near died.

I agree, tho FTK's quote (approximately) "the earth is either 6,000 years old or 4.5 billion. I'm fine with either." is arguably funnier.

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(Permalink) Posted: July 25 2007,13:28   

I never did understand why she thinks that is a valid dichotomy.  

How about, the contents of the universe and everything outside of it [too] is just a dream I had one rainy afternoon after drinking too much chablis with my crumpets?  It works just as good.

but it lacks the tarditude of  'We're not crackpots', oh man that is a heavy dose of it.

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(Permalink) Posted: July 25 2007,13:33   

Quote (Erasmus @ FCD,July 25 2007,13:28)
I never did understand why she thinks that is a valid dichotomy.  

My take is she was basically being disingenuous. She really believes in a young earth, but she's afraid to come out and admit it, and really let her freak flag fly. So that's how she postures like she's 'keeping an open mind'. She's quite unaware of how freakish it sounds.

All part of her 'all facts are equally valid' debating strategy.

 
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How about, the contents of the universe and everything outside of it [too] is just a dream I had one rainy afternoon after drinking too much chablis with my crumpets?  It works just as good.

but it lacks the tarditude of  'We're not crackpots', oh man that is a heavy dose of it.


Yeah, hard not to think of "I am not a crook".

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(Permalink) Posted: July 25 2007,13:41   

Erasmus,

I falied to spot your previous question from up the page. Forgive my delay in answering.

I am tempted to go down the Mallrats route and say "Dude, there are some questions you just don't ask in public", but I shan't!

I was present for what I assume was the money shot, the little dog was successfully engaged in joyous jiggy jiggy when we left, the lady dog seemed resigned to the process.

HTH

Louis (also a FCD)

P.S. The "we are not crackpots" cracked me up too

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(Permalink) Posted: July 25 2007,13:46   

Yes I presume that in order for her to make such a claim (re the age of the earth) then we would just have to add that to the long list of claims that she has already advanced with no support outside 'Axe Walt Brown!  I've already discussed this!  I luv sciense!  But I won't talk about it!' etc ad infinitum e nauseum.

But hey that is just my opinion and it just as valid as anyone else's.

"I did not have sexual relations with that woman".

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(Permalink) Posted: July 25 2007,13:50   

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I was present for what I assume was the money shot, the little dog was successfully engaged in joyous jiggy jiggy when we left, the lady dog seemed resigned to the process.


she was probably monotoning 'yeah, yeah, you're the best.  oh my god, oh my god.  don't...ever....stop' while licking one of her paws.  

wonder what happens if they get stuck?  i couldn't bring myself to throw water on that spectacle.

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"Rev Dr" Lenny Flank



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(Permalink) Posted: July 25 2007,17:27   

Quote (Arden Chatfield @ July 25 2007,13:33)
My take is she was basically being disingenuous. She really believes in a young earth, but she's afraid to come out and admit it, and really let her freak flag fly. So that's how she postures like she's 'keeping an open mind'. She's quite unaware of how freakish it sounds.

All part of her 'all facts are equally valid' debating strategy.

No, I think it's because FTK has at least enough brainpower to grasp the basic ID strategy ------ Big Tent demands that they piss off neither the YECs nor the OECs.  And more importantly, since YEC already got decapitated by the Supreme Court, ID legal strategy demands also that IDers of any sort must ixnay on the oungyearthnay.  (It's why Paul Nelson keeps his mouth shut nowadays about all his YEC crapola.)

The whole "legal strategy" thingie is also why FTK (and Joey) fall all over themselves to declare that the Designer doesn't necessarily have to be God.  (I find it funny that Joey's "does ID demand we worship a god?" argument is precisely, word for word, the very argument made -- and rejected -- in Arkansas, by Normie Geisler.  As I've always said, creationists simply haven't come up with anything new in decades.)

That's why I think FTK is, at least marginally, smarter than the basic dolts at UD. She at least grasps the basic concept of the strategy and understands, however dimly, why she needs to keep her mouth shut about such things.

The typical UDers like Joey are, of course, utterly oblivious, and simply can't shut their mouths.

And that, of course, is why ID will never win in court.

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(Permalink) Posted: July 25 2007,18:54   

Quote ("Rev Dr" Lenny Flank @ July 25 2007,17:27)
The typical UDers like Joey are, of course, utterly oblivious, and simply can't shut their mouths.

And that, of course, is why ID will never win in court.

Do you mean Joe G or the far more articulate Joey Campana?

Has anyone invited Campana over here?

  
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(Permalink) Posted: July 26 2007,06:31   

Just came upon a peach by contrarian:

"We don’t know anything because it is unknowable, exactly because the designer is responsible."

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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 05 2007,14:52   

watch out for those cracks!!!

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The fact of the matter, folks, is that evolutionists have been proclaiming all along that dinosaurs and humans lived during different epochs.

To suddenly admit that humans and dinosaurs may have lived during the same time shows the cracks in the evolutionists' theory widening . . . .
Posted by: outkast at September 5, 2007 02:25 PM


more of the same old tard

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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 05 2007,14:56   

"Flintstones, meet the Flintstones, they're a modern stone age family..."

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 05 2007,15:25   

ALL SCIENCE SO FAR!

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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 05 2007,15:33   

"From the town of Bedrock, they're a page right out of history..."

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 06 2007,01:22   

Quote (Henry J @ Sep. 05 2007,23:33)
"From the town of Bedrock, they're a page right out of history..."

Yeah that explains why  we (the royal we) haven't reached Mars yet....or maybe it was because of this.....

http://youtube.com/watch?v=cwT8h0sA-6A&mode=related&search=

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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 14 2007,16:11   

Bornagain is a dumb ass

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If you want to see research that stays within the realm of hard science, with evidence blazing the way to truth, instead of philosophy misleading the way to misconceptions, I recommend Dr. Behe’s new book “Edge of Evolution”!


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(Permalink) Posted: Dec. 18 2007,19:43   

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I believe in adaption. On Noah’s ark, there was probably only one or two basic kinds of flies.

They lived off of animal excretion and other such waste. They, no doubt, reproduced during their time on the ark. (there by feeding the spiders)

So when the ark finally docked on dry land, these flies spread out with the people and animals.

Some of them ended up in the dessert. some ended up in a jungle or a rain-forest.

Over a few generations, the flies adapted to their surroundings.

If i was left on a deserted island with a bunch of natives. I would have to adapt.

I would learn their ways. Even changing my diet and my forms of communication and transportation.

I believe that when the animals ventured forth from the ark, they adapted

And the ones that didn’t, died.


Not to beat a dead horse, but that is just beautiful.


Linky

**Ed did it tuad:  I've never flunked Poe's test on that blog before.  Are any of you guys trolling fundie blogs?

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(Permalink) Posted: Dec. 18 2007,21:09   

Quote (Erasmus, FCD @ Dec. 18 2007,19:43)
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I believe in adaption. On Noah’s ark, there was probably only one or two basic kinds of flies.

They lived off of animal excretion and other such waste. They, no doubt, reproduced during their time on the ark. (there by feeding the spiders)

So when the ark finally docked on dry land, these flies spread out with the people and animals.

Some of them ended up in the dessert. some ended up in a jungle or a rain-forest.

Over a few generations, the flies adapted to their surroundings.

If i was left on a deserted island with a bunch of natives. I would have to adapt.

I would learn their ways. Even changing my diet and my forms of communication and transportation.

I believe that when the animals ventured forth from the ark, they adapted

And the ones that didn’t, died.


Not to beat a dead horse, but that is just beautiful.


Linky

**Ed did it tuad:  I've never flunked Poe's test on that blog before.  Are any of you guys trolling fundie blogs?

Erasamus - You should have invited Liz to UD!  I suspect her and FTK would be best buddies in no time, and we could all have fun helping them get educated.

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(Permalink) Posted: Dec. 19 2007,00:36   

Quote (Erasmus @ FCD,Dec. 18 2007,19:43)
 
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I believe in adaption. On Noah’s ark, there was probably only one or two basic kinds of flies.

They lived off of animal excretion and other such waste. They, no doubt, reproduced during their time on the ark. (there by feeding the spiders)

So when the ark finally docked on dry land, these flies spread out with the people and animals.

Some of them ended up in the dessert. some ended up in a jungle or a rain-forest.

Over a few generations, the flies adapted to their surroundings.

If i was left on a deserted island with a bunch of natives. I would have to adapt.

I would learn their ways. Even changing my diet and my forms of communication and transportation.

I believe that when the animals ventured forth from the ark, they adapted

And the ones that didn’t, died.


Not to beat a dead horse, but that is just beautiful.


Linky

**Ed did it tuad:  I've never flunked Poe's test on that blog before.  Are any of you guys trolling fundie blogs?

[spelling pettiness]
The relevant part regarding the flies:
 
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So when the ark finally docked on dry land, these flies spread out with the people and animals.

Some of them ended up in the dessert. some ended up in a jungle or a rain-forest.


Is there anyone out there that would like to imagine the taste of a dessert based on flies?
[/spelling pettiness]

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Dec. 19 2007,03:15   

snoeman - you don't know much about flies, do you?  The correct continuation of that quote is "..and some end up in the soup, because God wanted lots of 'Waiter, waiter' jokes".

Bob

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(Permalink) Posted: Dec. 19 2007,12:47   

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So when the ark finally docked on dry land, these flies spread out with the people and animals.

Some of them ended up in the dessert...

I'll have to add to grace before the evening meal, "Dear Lord, don't let me eat in any restaurant owned, or frequented, by this tard!"
Amen!

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Jan. 01 2008,07:44   

Wow.  I've bumped into some doozies already this morning...

Our very own FtK
discussing Sal's bestiality garbage:

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Never even thought about commenting on the specific issues you have expressed due to the fact that...

1. I stated that I don't agree with his provocation...that covered all the bases. I don't feel that I need to itemize that statement.



Very. Next. Comment.:

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Oh, and here is something that neither you or anyone else has commented on.

Skatje's Darwinian ideology, and her views on the issues I mentioned.

Everyone pounds Sal for making an obvious exageration, yet one of the forerunners for the Darwinian plight's daughter is pretty much the epitome of everything that Sal and I fear will result from Darwin advocates like PZ Myers.

If we wonder what the outcome will be due to his prefered set of beliefs, merely consider the views of his offspring.

Yes, their views are the extreme, but he has a larger following than anyone else in the ID/evo. Internet community.

If we follow his logic...go Darwin/science/moral realtivism-eliminate religion, our children's children may well accept bestiality, incest, and the killing of innocent 22 week old children.


HooBoy.  

This one's a bit older, but I just bumped into it:

Loony Larry Farfromsaneandnotfrommissouri

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I am waging jihad against the Wickedpedia control freaks. This may become a classic.


That's some strong stuff at 8:00AM on New Year's Day.

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(Permalink) Posted: Jan. 03 2008,23:26   

Quote (Erasmus @ FCD,Dec. 18 2007,18:43)
 
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I believe in adaption. On Noah’s ark, there was probably only one or two basic kinds of flies.

They lived off of animal excretion and other such waste. They, no doubt, reproduced during their time on the ark. (there by feeding the spiders)

So when the ark finally docked on dry land, these flies spread out with the people and animals.

Some of them ended up in the dessert. some ended up in a jungle or a rain-forest.

Over a few generations, the flies adapted to their surroundings.

If i was left on a deserted island with a bunch of natives. I would have to adapt.

I would learn their ways. Even changing my diet and my forms of communication and transportation.

I believe that when the animals ventured forth from the ark, they adapted

And the ones that didn’t, died.


Not to beat a dead horse, but that is just beautiful.

Linky

**Ed did it tuad:  I've never flunked Poe's test on that blog before.  Are any of you guys trolling fundie blogs?

Um. In light of the Sal thingie et al, doesn't this advocate incest?

Here it comes:
 
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Hi Skatje,

You're projecting.

I'm certainly not saying that you have no morals. You do...they're simply anchored from a different base.


Yeah, well, at least it ain't a moonbase like yours, Ftk.

Darwinists advocate incest, too! But when God's creatures get all funky on the "dessert" with their siblings (born since the ark launched), it's all good!  :p

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