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steve_h



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 25 2007,17:10   

DaveScot at UDOJ
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I hate to disappoint the church burnin' ebola boys but I won't be commenting on UD in the future. I just told the smarmy Canadian cross dresser to go fuck itself in an email. It would have banned me in any case as it's nowhere near as cool as Bill Dembski. The stick up its disgusting ass could make a redwood feel inadequate. I'm going to go ahead and forgive Bill for this monumental brainfart as he's going through some long term bad shit on the homefront with a sick child. I felt bad about bailing out on him at a time like this but he forced my hand. No big deal. I had a few extra hours today to finish rebuilding the carbs on my jetboat (it's back together and running great) and throw a ball in the water for my puppy. He's napping at my feet on the houseboat at the moment. I think we'll go out for a swim and then take the jetboat for a longer validation run.

P.S. if my dog was as ugly as the Canadian cross dresser I'd shave his ass and teach him to walk backwards.

HAHAHA - I kill me sometimes!

  
keiths



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 25 2007,17:19   

Quote (bfish @ Oct. 24 2007,21:02)
Here's my favorite. Unfortunately, I have to quote my quote of it, as you'll see in a bit.

Here's what I attributed to DT:
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Unless I’m mistaken mtDNA is a circular molecule (like bacterial DNA) while nuclear DNA is a double helix. It seems the most likely explanation would be that a cell with a nucleus containing double helix DNA incorporated a separate cell with circular DNA. Symbiotic relationships abound. This is just one more example.

Comment by DaveScot — February 7, 2006 @ 2:59 pm

And here is what the link says now:
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Unless I’m mistaken mtDNA is a circular molecule (like bacterial DNA) while nuclear DNA is open ended. It seems the most likely explanation would be that a cell with a nucleus containing open ended DNA incorporated a separate cell with circular DNA. Symbiotic relationships abound. This is just one more example.

I guess it's an open-ended discussion.

Here's what's really beautiful about that whole episode:

Dave made the original comment on February 7, 2006.  I linked to it on April 20, 2007, when the idiotic reference to the double helix was still there.  That means that Dave's bloated ego was so wounded by his mistake that he went back and rewrote history more than 14 months after the fact, hoping that nobody would notice. Luckily for us, bfish noticed.

DaveScot is a perfect tard storm:  Massive ego, anemic intellect, and an acute sensitivity to criticism.  What more could a tard-watcher ask for?  

We salute you, DaveTard!

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And the set of natural numbers is also the set that starts at 0 and goes to the largest number.  -- Joe G

Please stop putting words into my mouth that don't belong there and thoughts into my mind that don't belong there. -- KF

  
Lou FCD



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 25 2007,20:50   

Carlsonjok got my favorite, but Steve_h got my favorite from UDoJ.

Classics all, though.

Here's another from the same thread at UDoJ:

 
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Rich,

Thanks. I’m pretty sure Wesley nailed it with the adultery comment. You know what they say “If they can’t take a joke, fuck ‘em!”.

My goal has always been to entertain. I’d rather put a smile on your face than a thought in your head. And in your case the latter might be nigh on impossible anyhow and I’m nothing if not a realist. I even told all the other blog authors at UD my strategy was going to be a page from Howard Stern’s success story - whether from love or hate people will keep coming back to hear the next outrageous thing you’re going to say.

On starting my own blog, I dunno. Sounds like work and that’s something I try to avoid. Besides, what better place than right here could a Howard Stern fan find himself?

Howard says it best:

Click me.


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keiths



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 25 2007,21:30   

A nice juxtaposition:
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Serving four years in the United States Marine Corps opened up my eyes to the truth that racial features are no measure of a man. Heart, courage, honor, and brotherhood formed by common values and goals are what counts and I’m happy to report that people of all races, ethnic categories, and religious belief can display these virtues in great abundance working side by side. Focus on what unites us not what divides us.
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Josh is right about me banning him. He was close to the first! Tribune7 can't be him unless he got a new IP address. I caught Josh "The Cunt" Bozeman in several guises by his IP address. Josh was guilty of way too much bible thumping. I can only give so much leeway to a book written 2000 years ago by lice ridden beduins, after all. Especially after 9/11. Everyone knows those Arab beduins are a bunch of liars that like buggering camels and young boys but won't admit it.


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And the set of natural numbers is also the set that starts at 0 and goes to the largest number.  -- Joe G

Please stop putting words into my mouth that don't belong there and thoughts into my mind that don't belong there. -- KF

  
steve_h



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 25 2007,21:59   

One of my favorites from "“IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security”
Dr Dr :
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Information Forensics (IF) — another branch of ID:

DaveScot:  
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James Wynne asks what this has to do with ID.


this is what

At the time of writing, Dembski had already disappeared James Wynne's (*) comment asking "what has this got to do with ID".

DS searches for Forensic Information & Dembski. All of the early results are to uncommondescent, arn, and other usual suspects. None to sites involved in Forensic Science. Take away the "Dembski" and the situation reverses.

James Wynne was banned by Dembski after one more comment. I shouldn't mention that here because it's a DaveScot thread.

  
Bob O'H



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 26 2007,02:51   

Ah, memories, memories.  DaveScot the Agnostic:
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gaspass

Can a non-religious person come to believe there is a designer without becoming religious?

Sure. I did. I was a positive atheist for decades until I read Michael Denton’s book “Evolution: A Theory in Crisis” 15 years ago. At that point I became agnostic. I was too busy in my career to really look into ID until a couple of years ago but all my life I’ve spent most of my spare time reading science and hard science fiction so I was pretty well informed on a wide range of science and engineering topics before concentrating on evolution and ID. I’ve been retired for almost 7 years and have oodles of time now for learning about things that will probably never bring home any bacon. I’m still an agnostic in rational thinking but I more or less formulated Pascal’s Wager on my own and bet that way before I was out of grammar school.
(emphases in bold added)
DaveScot, the only man to take the wrong side of Pascal's wager.

The "I learned half of my engineering from SF" is added bonus Tard.

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keiths



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 26 2007,04:07   

Quote (Bob O'H @ Oct. 26 2007,02:51)
The "I learned half of my engineering from SF" is added bonus Tard.

That's hard SF, you chance worshipper. -dt

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And the set of natural numbers is also the set that starts at 0 and goes to the largest number.  -- Joe G

Please stop putting words into my mouth that don't belong there and thoughts into my mind that don't belong there. -- KF

  
oldmanintheskydidntdoit



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 26 2007,04:13   

Quote (keiths @ Oct. 25 2007,11:40)
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You wouldn’t be wondering if you’d had a number of other men’s wives yelling at you in the height of passion “I want to have your baby!”. It’s a little disconcerting at first but you get used to it. It’s a dirty job but someone has to do it. Some guys prefer to make the world’s children smarter by becoming teachers and some guys prefer to make them smarter through better genetics. It’s all good.


I thought that was a Sin? Un-wed acts of horror (well, it is DS!)

No heaven for DS then!

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I also mentioned that He'd have to give me a thorough explanation as to *why* I must "eat human babies".
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steve_h



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 26 2007,07:36   

Michael Shermer Admits Science Is Religion To Him  
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They’re a crackpot when they’re Michael Shermer, The Skeptic, happily exposing his science-is-spiritual beliefs in a science journal. He’s supposed to be a skeptic adhering to the scientific method to expose this stuff as metaphysical wool gathering and here I find him blithering about his own personal metaphysical beliefs in a hard science journal. Non sequitur. Shermer is worse than a garden variety mystic. He’s a hypocrite. -ds


Zachriel
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ds: “ in a hard science journal“

Ho hum. Scientific American is not a “hard science journal”. It is a conventional magazine providing a roundup of science news for a scientifically educated readership.

I’m not sure it was worth fishing this out of the spam bin but I thought it might a good way to point out that the picking of semantic nits is about the best you got. Get lost. And stop taking up space in the spam bucket. I’d rather see the thouands of ads for online casinos, low interest loans, and viagra than more of your tripe. Thanks in advance for your courtesy. -ds

  
Jim_Wynne



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 26 2007,13:37   

Just yesterday, in the first comment under one of his own posts:
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The global warming debate is SO not over. Al Gore just wishes it was over. The fact of the matter is the crapass bandwagon science underpinning global warming hysteria is sinking faster and farther than a lead weight dropped in the Marianis Trench.


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keiths



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 26 2007,15:25   

No DaveTard retrospective would be complete without this gem:
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DaveScot said:
H fckng sshls. plgz t Dvsn NW bfr gt pssd ff nd strt fckng wth . dn’t wnt t mk m md. Trst m n ths. r scrt scks bg tm.

Comment #21312 on April 2, 2005 9:30 PM


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And the set of natural numbers is also the set that starts at 0 and goes to the largest number.  -- Joe G

Please stop putting words into my mouth that don't belong there and thoughts into my mind that don't belong there. -- KF

  
keiths



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 26 2007,15:27   

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(DaveScot @ May 2 2005 3:51 PM)
My comments were arbitrarily deleted and disemvoweled at Panda’s Thumb. Trying to escape that treatment I resorted to using randomly selected names. I was then banned for using multiple names. Professor Emeritus of Biology John Davison,University of Vermont, has suffered the same treatment at Panda’s Thumb except they still allow him to post comments on “The Bathroom Wall” like he’s not qualified to comment elsewhere. Professor Davison has been a practicing doctor in biology for nearly 50 years. Their treatment of him is outrageous. They call him every derogatory name you can think of and accuse him of senility. I correspond with him a lot. He’s got more wits about him now at 76 years of age than any of those cretins ever had at any time in their miserable lives.


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And the set of natural numbers is also the set that starts at 0 and goes to the largest number.  -- Joe G

Please stop putting words into my mouth that don't belong there and thoughts into my mind that don't belong there. -- KF

  
keiths



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 26 2007,15:35   

From here:
Quote (keiths @ July 05 2006,07:19)
I suppose I shouldn't be surprised, but DaveTard is as bad at lying as he is at biology and logic.  Look at how his Scientific American "credential" morphs over time:
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I’ve read every issue of SciAm cover to cover for two decades in my spare time...

Posted by DaveScot on January 6, 2005 03:25 PM

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I’ve also been a subscriber and dedicated reader of Scientific American for almost 40 years.

Comment by DaveScot — May 2, 2005 @ 3:51 pm

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I found it a bit disturbing that a double PhD from UC and Yale with a perfect SAT score would be called a blithering idiot by the editor of an otherwise respectable magazine that I’ve subscribed to for 30 years.

Comment by DaveScot — June 3, 2005 @ 3:40 pm

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I am an extreme polymath. Auto-didact. Going on 50 years of voracious consumption of any and all scientific literature processed and correlated by an IQ well into the genius range. I had all the hard science in the World Book encyclopedia memorized by the third grade and that was just the beginning. I’ve read, I reckon, 400 issues of Scientific American cover-to-cover and understand most of it...

Comment by DaveScot — June 15, 2005 @ 3:15 pm

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Astronomy rules, dude. For the past 400 months when I get my Scientific American in the mail if there’s an article on astronomy or cosmology in it I turn straight to it before anything else. After reading that I usually go from front to back reading everything else...

June 15, 2005 @ 6:11 pm

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Perhaps Santa should give Steve a subscription to Scientific American for Christmas - a magazine I’ve been reading cover to cover every month for 30 years - so he wouldn’t have missed The Alternative Genome and then he’d know that introns aren’t junk DNA...

March 6, 2006

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So basically all the scientific discovery of the last 40 years important enough to make it into the pages of Scientific American I read about at the time it was discovered...

June 20, 2006


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And the set of natural numbers is also the set that starts at 0 and goes to the largest number.  -- Joe G

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ck1



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 26 2007,19:41   

DS:
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The smart money picks a theistic belief that’s suitable to his personal tastes and at least goes through the motions just in case. I chose non-denominational Protestantism. It makes a great working basis for civil and productive society, the overhead is minimal (ask to be saved and you are saved), I was saved as a child so there’s nothing more that needs doing (once saved always saved),

Boy, did my parents pick the wrong version of Christianity.

And yes, RTH's 1000th post was one of the funniest things on this site ever.  Wish I had a link.

  
keiths



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 26 2007,21:33   

I hadn't noticed this one before.  Dave, the self-proclaimed computer genius, reveals that he doesn't even know the meaning of the terms 'microcode' and 'operand':
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To strike a nerve you’re going to have to do better than getting a self-modifying program to cobble together an EQU instruction out of microcode through trial and error, reward and punishment. That’s laughable from the perspective of programmers who were using so-called evolutionary algorithms decades before it got a shiny new name applied to it. Moreover we teased solutions out of it that far exceed in complexity and practicality that of a simple microprocessor operand.


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And the set of natural numbers is also the set that starts at 0 and goes to the largest number.  -- Joe G

Please stop putting words into my mouth that don't belong there and thoughts into my mind that don't belong there. -- KF

  
keiths



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 26 2007,21:47   

Quote (ck1 @ Oct. 26 2007,19:41)
And yes, RTH's 1000th post was one of the funniest things on this site ever.  Wish I had a link.

Ask, and it shall be given you.

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And the set of natural numbers is also the set that starts at 0 and goes to the largest number.  -- Joe G

Please stop putting words into my mouth that don't belong there and thoughts into my mind that don't belong there. -- KF

  
Venus Mousetrap



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 26 2007,22:31   

Quote (keiths @ Oct. 26 2007,21:47)
Quote (ck1 @ Oct. 26 2007,19:41)
And yes, RTH's 1000th post was one of the funniest things on this site ever.  Wish I had a link.

Ask, and it shall be given you.

I hope you're happy. I'm crying now, literally. XD

  
Richardthughes



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 26 2007,22:33   

Quote (Venus Mousetrap @ Oct. 26 2007,22:31)
Quote (keiths @ Oct. 26 2007,21:47)
 
Quote (ck1 @ Oct. 26 2007,19:41)
And yes, RTH's 1000th post was one of the funniest things on this site ever.  Wish I had a link.

Ask, and it shall be given you.

I hope you're happy. I'm crying now, literally. XD

ITS NOT THAT BAD, HOMO. IF YOUR A HAWT CHIC YOU CAN LEAF A COMMENT.

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"You magnificent bastard! " : Louis
"ATBC poster child", "I have to agree with Rich.." : DaveTard
"I bow to your superior skills" : deadman_932
"...it was Richardthughes making me lie in bed.." : Kristine

  
Richardthughes



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 27 2007,02:25   

A couple more:

http://www.uncommondescent.com/intelli....-and-id

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That’s what they tell you in school but if you ever get a chance to work with a gifted programmer you’ll find out the rule has its exceptions. The exceptions are what are known in the business as “star programmers”. They’re about as rare are pro ball players and usually end up earning about as much. They’re 10+ times more productive than average programmers. Familiar names that come to mind are John Carmack, Steve Wozniak, and Tim Berners-Lee… I’ve clocked myself writing over 300 lines of assembly or C code per hour that often executes flawlessly on the first pass (including a clean compilation on the first pass). I can code almost without syntactical or logical error as fast as I can type and I can type pretty damn fast. I’ve written literally millions of lines of code that has gone into billions upon billions of dollars worth of computer systems. Virtually none of it was done according to the structured/team programming rules you were taught. At the top of my game I was making about $1000 per hour and my mistakes, (which I didn’t make and had a long track record of not making) had the potential of each costing millions of dollars PER DAY in stalled computer manufacturing lines all over the world.



Swoon! If I were a gold-digger I'd totally get banged up by you, Dave.

http://www.uncommondescent.com/intelli....t-84937

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DaveScot

01/11/2007

1:43 am
Speaking of Rosarita Beach and Jesus… there isn’t anything that gets you praying better than waking up naked on Rosarita Beach Sunday morning with a mouthful of sand, an empty bottle of tequila, and no idea which hotel is yours. The first thing you pray for is a fig leaf before you go looking for your car.


At least the crabs didn't get him...

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"You magnificent bastard! " : Louis
"ATBC poster child", "I have to agree with Rich.." : DaveTard
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Arden Chatfield



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 29 2007,10:32   

(Needed to bump this thread back above the fold.)

Not only is DaveTard all edumacated and stuff, he's not afraid to take a brave moral stand:

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DaveScot
07/10/2006
4:56 am

Speaking of Scientific American the peanut gallery at ATBC is raising some questions about why I've variously mentioned reading it for 20, 30, and 40 years.

Here is clarification.

The earliest I recall regularly reading SciAm was in the 7th grade. The school library subscribed to it and I spent a lot of my time at school in the library. That would make it at least 36 years ago that I started reading it every month. I've no doubt rounded that up to 40 years or down to 30 years just because I like round numbers and it doesn't really matter that much. From age 18 to 23 I might not have read it every month as I wasn't in a library much except when required for college assignments and bought it off the newstands. Shortly after I married (at age 24) I began subscribing to it. That was over 20 years ago and I've no doubt mentioned that I've been a subscriber for 20 or 25 years.
I missed a few months of it last year in protest over John Rennie's crusade against ID. For the first time in decades I let my subscription lapse and promised to never subscribe to it again. So I told my wife it would make a nice Valentine gift and now she subscribes to it for me so I can have my cake and eat it too. After all, I didn't promise to stop reading it, I only promised to stop subscribing to it.
So there.


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Arden Chatfield



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 30 2007,13:56   

Thanks to one Dave S for reminding us of this gem from the "the Darwinists are herding us all into concentration camps!" school of ID:

 
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20 April 2006

The New Downtrodden
DaveScot


When they came for the creation scientists,
I remained silent;
I was not a creation scientist.

When they locked up the abortion protesters,
I remained silent;
I was not an abortion protester.

When they came for the intelligent design theorists,
I did not speak out;
I was not an intelligent design theorist.

When they came for the strongly religious,
I did not speak out;
I was not strongly religious.

When they came for me,
there was no one left to speak out.


Fittingly, the VERY FIRST comment sports a boldfaced DaveTard banning.

When they came for the dumbshits,
I went along quietly;
I was a dumbshit.


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Mister DNA



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 30 2007,17:16   

Quote (Arden Chatfield @ Oct. 30 2007,13:56)
Thanks to one Dave S for reminding us of this gem from the "the Darwinists are herding us all into concentration camps!" school of ID:

   
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20 April 2006

The New Downtrodden
DaveScot


When they came for the creation scientists,
I remained silent;
I was not a creation scientist.

When they locked up the abortion protesters,
I remained silent;
I was not an abortion protester.

When they came for the intelligent design theorists,
I did not speak out;
I was not an intelligent design theorist.

When they came for the strongly religious,
I did not speak out;
I was not strongly religious.

When they came for me,
there was no one left to speak out.


Fittingly, the VERY FIRST comment sports a boldfaced DaveTard banning.

When they came for the dumbshits,
I went along quietly;
I was a dumbshit.

DT really needs to follow that one up with his own version of Footprints.

He asked, "Why Lord, in my most troubling times, were there only one set of footprints?"

So I banned him.


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snoeman



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 30 2007,22:23   

Quote (Mister DNA @ Oct. 30 2007,17:16)
 
Quote (Arden Chatfield @ Oct. 30 2007,13:56)
Thanks to one Dave S for reminding us of this gem from the "the Darwinists are herding us all into concentration camps!" school of ID:

       
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20 April 2006

The New Downtrodden
DaveScot


When they came for the creation scientists,
I remained silent;
I was not a creation scientist.

When they locked up the abortion protesters,
I remained silent;
I was not an abortion protester.

When they came for the intelligent design theorists,
I did not speak out;
I was not an intelligent design theorist.

When they came for the strongly religious,
I did not speak out;
I was not strongly religious.

When they came for me,
there was no one left to speak out.


Fittingly, the VERY FIRST comment sports a boldfaced DaveTard banning.

When they came for the dumbshits,
I went along quietly;
I was a dumbshit.

DT really needs to follow that one up with his own version of Footprints.

He asked, "Why Lord, in my most troubling times, were there only one set of footprints?"

So I banned him.

Too bad 'Post of the Week' is already taken.

  
stevestory



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 30 2007,22:30   

Yeah too bad. Steve_h really deserved it, though.

   
Bob O'H



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 31 2007,01:35   

Mister DNA - Remove that post, and repost it next Monday.  Win 'Post of The Week' and 'Dembski of the Week' in one go!

Bob

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Mister DNA



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 31 2007,02:04   

Quote (Bob O'H @ Oct. 31 2007,01:35)
Mister DNA - Remove that post, and repost it next Monday.  Win 'Post of The Week' and 'Dembski of the Week' in one go!

Bob

Better yet, if I remove it, repost it and add the following:

   
Quote (snoeman @ Oct. 30 2007,22:23)
Post of the Week

and:
 
Quote (Bob O'H @ Oct. 31 2007,01:35)
Mister DNA - 'Post of The Week' and 'Dembski of the Week' in one go!

Will you throw in "Cordova of the Week"?

If I repost it to richarddawkins.net, iidb, CARM and FStDT, will I get AFDave of the Week?

If I claim I'm being denied Post of the Week because you're all a bunch of mean ol' Darwinists, will I get FtK of the Week?

Seriously, to even be eligible for post of the week (which I agree - steve_h deserved it), I would have had to have done it more like this:
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He asked, "Why Lord, in my most troubling times, were there only one set of footprints?"

So I told him, Their was only one set of footprince because you're outta here, homo. - DS


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nuytsia



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 31 2007,03:40   

Quote (Mister DNA @ Oct. 30 2007,18:04)

Seriously, to even be eligible for post of the week (which I agree - steve_h deserved it), I would have had to have done it more like this:
   
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He asked, "Why Lord, in my most troubling times, were there only one set of footprints?"

So I told him, Their was only one set of footprince because you're outta here, homo. - DS

Pure gold!  :D

   
J-Dog



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 31 2007,07:56   

Quote (nuytsia @ Oct. 31 2007,03:40)
Quote (Mister DNA @ Oct. 30 2007,18:04)

Seriously, to even be eligible for post of the week (which I agree - steve_h deserved it), I would have had to have done it more like this:
   
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He asked, "Why Lord, in my most troubling times, were there only one set of footprints?"

So I told him, Their was only one set of footprince because you're outta here, homo. - DS

Pure gold!  :D

Spelling of "their" instead of "there" and "footprince" instead of "foot prints" certainly gives your post an aura of ds authenticity.  Ah!  I love the smell of tard in the morning...

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Come on Tough Guy, do the little dance of ID impotence you do so well. - Louis to Joe G 2/10

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

UD is an Unnatural Douchemagnet. - richardthughes 7/11

  
Arden Chatfield



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 31 2007,11:45   

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Seriously, to even be eligible for post of the week (which I agree - steve_h deserved it), I would have had to have done it more like this:
     
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He asked, "Why Lord, in my most troubling times, were there only one set of footprints?"

So I told him, Their was only one set of footprince because you're outta here, homo. - DS

Pure gold!  :D

Spelling of "their" instead of "there" and "footprince" instead of "foot prints" certainly gives your post an aura of ds authenticity.  Ah!  I love the smell of tard in the morning...

In fairness to the mesomorphic old autodidact, DT's spelling is actually pretty good (considerably better than RTH's!), but I agree that fake DT posts somehow 'read better' when you mix up 'there', 'their' and 'they're'. Adds a certain aesthetic zing.

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Richardthughes



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(Permalink) Posted: Oct. 31 2007,17:31   

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Thanks to one Dave S for reminding us of this gem from the "the Darwinists are herding us all into concentration camps!" school of ID:

         
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20 April 2006

The New Downtrodden
DaveScot


When they came for the creation scientists,
I remained silent;
I was not a creation scientist.

When they locked up the abortion protesters,
I remained silent;
I was not an abortion protester.

When they came for the intelligent design theorists,
I did not speak out;
I was not an intelligent design theorist.

When they came for the strongly religious,
I did not speak out;
I was not strongly religious.

When they came for me,
there was no one left to speak out.


Fittingly, the VERY FIRST comment sports a boldfaced DaveTard banning.

When they came for the dumbshits,
I went along quietly;
I was a dumbshit.

DT really needs to follow that one up with his own version of Footprints.

He asked, "Why Lord, in my most troubling times, were there only one set of footprints?"

So I banned him.

Too bad 'Post of the Week' is already taken.

"Dreamy" Man coulter must have been influenced:

http://www.anncoulter.com/

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I could almost imagine a poem:

First they came for Rush Limbaugh, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't Rush Limbaugh;

And then they came for Ann Coulter, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't Ann Coulter;

And then they came for David Horowitz, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't David Horowitz;

And then ... they came for me ... And by that time there was no one left to speak up.


Liberals claim to be terrified that the Religious Right is going to take over the culture in a country where more than a million babies are exterminated every year, kindergarteners can be expelled from school for mentioning God, and Islamic fascists are welcomed on college campuses while speakers opposed to Islamic fascism are met with angry protests.

If liberals want to face real fascism, try showing up on a college campus and denouncing fascism.


Tard knows no boundries.

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