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Arden Chatfield



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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,09:05   

Quote (Richardthughes @ Mar. 26 2007,23:21)
ALRIGHT SHUT UP AND LISTEN CAUSE I'M TALKIN.

i GOT A GOLDSTAR:

http://scienceblogs.com/pharyng....omments

HAHAHA EAT THAT KRISTINE YOU WITCH. GOLDSTAR > MOLLY + BROOMSTICK. I COULD PUT
"Richard Hughes gets a gold star": PEEZEE MAYORS IN MY SIGNATURE,

BUT THAT WOULD BE TOO EEZEE PEEZEE (HAHAHA). I COULD REPLACE THE DEADMAN COMMENT, BUT IT IS BETTER THE WORLD NOES WHAT A HOMO HE IS.

PS ARDEN IS A GAYER.

Well, lah-de-dah, isn't Richard the proper teacher's pet, sucking up to PZ!:angry:

HEY EVERYONE! RICH GETS A WEDGIE!

[*YANK*]

"You guys! That wasn't funny! That really hurt!"

(Other Ebola Boys run off cackling merrily.)

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k.e



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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,09:26   

Quote (Arden Chatfield @ Mar. 27 2007,16:05)
Quote (Richardthughes @ Mar. 26 2007,23:21)
ALRIGHT SHUT UP AND LISTEN CAUSE I'M TALKIN.

i GOT A GOLDSTAR:

http://scienceblogs.com/pharyng....omments

HAHAHA EAT THAT KRISTINE YOU WITCH. GOLDSTAR > MOLLY + BROOMSTICK. I COULD PUT
"Richard Hughes gets a gold star": PEEZEE MAYORS IN MY SIGNATURE,

BUT THAT WOULD BE TOO EEZEE PEEZEE (HAHAHA). I COULD REPLACE THE DEADMAN COMMENT, BUT IT IS BETTER THE WORLD NOES WHAT A HOMO HE IS.

PS ARDEN IS A GAYER.

Well, lah-de-dah, isn't Richard the proper teacher's pet, sucking up to PZ!:angry:

HEY EVERYONE! RICH GETS A WEDGIE!

[*YANK*]

"You guys! That wasn't funny! That really hurt!"

(Other Ebola Boys run off cackling merrily.)

I hate to say it Arden but Mr. Smarty Pants pole dancing Molly RTHuge deserves it. THIS TIME ONLY.


*sniff*

RICHARDTHOLMES AT AtBC CLAIMS PORNSTAR FROM PZMEYERS -dt AHAHAHAHAHAHA MY CRACK IS UP!

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wintermute



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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,09:38   

ajl is a tard
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Yes, that indeed made me go WOW! I don’t think I could have ever written that script myself, and if I did, everyone would have laughed at me saying its just too improbable, and totally hollywood.
Yet, that is the beauty of March madness, this stuff happens every few games - its incredible!

As if we needed more evidence that UDer's don't understand probability... If it happens "every few games", then how, by the many breasts of Venus Genetrix, can it be "too improbable" to be believed?

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,09:50   

Someone tries to buy a clue:

http://www.uncommondescent.com/evoluti....-103358

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Patrick

03/27/2007

9:36 am
A bunch of Darwinists are keen to point this out:

http://richarddawkins.net/bday1message.php?id=310

I figured I’d post it minus the usual insults.


'The usual insults' = Dembski is a Tard who couldn't find his arse with both hands.

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wintermute



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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,09:58   

jaredl is a sneaky bugger
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May I suggest, as a birthday gift to Dawkins, a direct, illustrated, and annotated demonstration of the application of the concept of complex specified information to a biological example?


How did that get past moderation?

Quick, BatDave! To the Banninator, before anyone realises that WD has no idea how to do that!

  
Richardthughes



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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,09:58   

DaveTard:

http://www.uncommondescent.com/evoluti....-103344

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Immune systems appeared relatively recently in the history of life. The innate immune system is presumed to date back about a billion years to bilaterians but more interestingly and more to your point the adaptive immune system appeared suddenly in jawed vertebrates about 450 million years ago.

Given that life has been around for 3.5 billion years and adaptive immune systems to fight invasive pathogens appeared suddenly only half a billion years ago this does have the appearance of a post-design improvement. Sort of like putting a windscreen on a motorcycle to keep the bugs out of your face.

On your question about where bacteria came from… two answers. Maybe they were here all along but weren’t pathogenic. The second answer is based on the fact that it’s far easier to lose complexity than to gain it. What’s the easier path - for a bacteria to acquire a nucleus out of the blue or for a nucleated cell to lose its nucleus. Devolution is always the easier path. Of course this assumes a complex beginning but complex beginnings are the hallmark of intelligent design and around here we don’t presume intelligent design is out of the question.


*points and laughs*

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Arden Chatfield



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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,10:02   

Quote (wintermute @ Mar. 27 2007,08:58)
jaredl is a sneaky bugger
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May I suggest, as a birthday gift to Dawkins, a direct, illustrated, and annotated demonstration of the application of the concept of complex specified information to a biological example?


How did that get past moderation?

Quick, BatDave! To the Banninator, before anyone realises that WD has no idea how to do that!

Now here you've gone and blown his cover.  :angry:

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Henry J



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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,10:23   

Quote (oldmanintheskydidntdoit @ Mar. 26 2007,11:52)
So, if animals are designed, are germs not also designed?

What about their flagellums? (or is it flagella?)

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,10:29   

Quote (Richardthughes @ Mar. 27 2007,08:50)
Someone tries to buy a clue:

http://www.uncommondescent.com/evoluti....-103358

 
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Patrick

03/27/2007

9:36 am
A bunch of Darwinists are keen to point this out:

http://richarddawkins.net/bday1message.php?id=310

I figured I’d post it minus the usual insults.


'The usual insults' = Dembski is a Tard who couldn't find his arse with both hands.

It's not Dembski's task to match your pathetic level of detail in telling mechanistic stories about where his arse is.

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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,11:55   

Quote (Occam's Toothbrush @ Mar. 27 2007,10:29)
It's not Dembski's task to match your pathetic level of detail in telling mechanistic stories about where his arse is.

LOL!

   
steve_h



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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,12:23   

Quote (Richardthughes @ Mar. 27 2007,15:50)
Someone tries to buy a clue:

http://www.uncommondescent.com/evoluti....-103358

   
Quote
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Patrick

03/27/2007

9:36 am
A bunch of Darwinists are keen to point this out:

http://richarddawkins.net/bday1message.php?id=310

I figured I’d post it minus the usual insults.


'The usual insults' = Dembski is a Tard who couldn't find his arse with both hands.

Of course at UD they  would never stoop to insults over something like this:

 
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darth

I did not find the Milan Journal of Mathematics in the ISI index of science journals. why not?

You didn’t find it because you’re a lazy and not particularly bright troll who seldom if ever exercises any due diligence before writing.

http://users.mat.unimi.it/users/smf/MJM.html

It may not be listed in older indexes because for most of its 80 year history it was published under the name “Rendiconti”.

Or maybe you just can’t read because it’s right here under “M” in the ISI master journal list:

http://scientific.thomson.com/isilinks/journals/m/

1424-9286 MILAN JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICS

Either way, you were warned and now you’re out of here.

  
Arden Chatfield



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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,12:31   

Quote (wintermute @ Mar. 27 2007,08:58)
jaredl is a sneaky bugger  
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May I suggest, as a birthday gift to Dawkins, a direct, illustrated, and annotated demonstration of the application of the concept of complex specified information to a biological example?


How did that get past moderation?

Quick, BatDave! To the Banninator, before anyone realises that WD has no idea how to do that!

This got a predictable reaction:

 
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russ
03/27/2007
12:04 pm
“May I suggest, as a birthday gift to Dawkins, a direct, illustrated, and annotated demonstration of the application of the concept of complex specified information to a biological example?”  
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In return for a detailed, illustrated and annotated description of a possible Darwinian pathway for the bacterial flagellum?


Translated: we are not obligated to offer a theory or evidence of any kind until the Darwinians answer every last one of our objections to our complete satisfaction. Until that time comes, Intelligent Design is proven.

Bravo, Russ.

clap.

clap.

clap.

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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,12:37   

Quote (Richardthughes @ Mar. 26 2007,22:21)
ALRIGHT SHUT UP AND LISTEN CAUSE I'M TALKIN.

i GOT A GOLDSTAR:

http://scienceblogs.com/pharyng....omments

HAHAHA EAT THAT KRISTINE YOU WITCH. GOLDSTAR > MOLLY + BROOMSTICK. I COULD PUT
"Richard Hughes gets a gold star": PEEZEE MAYORS IN MY SIGNATURE,

BUT THAT WOULD BE TOO EEZEE PEEZEE (HAHAHA). I COULD REPLACE THE DEADMAN COMMENT, BUT IT IS BETTER THE WORLD NOES WHAT A HOMO HE IS.

PS ARDEN IS A GAYER.
Witch's powers have no effect upon server, and cannot view the gold star. "Cannot find server" ???

Witch can't even post at her own blog. Blogger identifies witch's blog as "spam blog." (Huh?) Witch genuflects before Richard. Okay, lift the curse now, Richard!  :)

I swear by all shimmies I won't send Bill Dembski a greeting on his birthday. *crosses fingers* (Actually I found a card yesterday that's so perfect! Goes so well with my atheistic pixie dust.) :p

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Chris Hyland



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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,13:11   

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“May I suggest, as a birthday gift to Dawkins, a direct, illustrated, and annotated demonstration of the application of the concept of complex specified information to a biological example?”
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In return for a detailed, illustrated and annotated description of a possible Darwinian pathway for the bacterial flagellum?
Could someone explain how those things are in any way equivalent.

Im betting 'deatailed' means something that hasn't even been shown for systems they are perfectly happy to accept evolved.

  
Louis



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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,13:32   

Richard,

You are a magnificent bastard. However you are also an apple polishing celebrity suck up. "Oooh PZ you're so special, pleeeease give me a gold star".

It's nauseating. Mainly because I don't have a gold star.

Louis

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Richardthughes



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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,13:35   

Quote (Kristine @ Mar. 27 2007,11:37)
Quote (Richardthughes @ Mar. 26 2007,22:21)
ALRIGHT SHUT UP AND LISTEN CAUSE I'M TALKIN.

i GOT A GOLDSTAR:

http://scienceblogs.com/pharyng....omments

HAHAHA EAT THAT KRISTINE YOU WITCH. GOLDSTAR > MOLLY + BROOMSTICK. I COULD PUT
"Richard Hughes gets a gold star": PEEZEE MAYORS IN MY SIGNATURE,

BUT THAT WOULD BE TOO EEZEE PEEZEE (HAHAHA). I COULD REPLACE THE DEADMAN COMMENT, BUT IT IS BETTER THE WORLD NOES WHAT A HOMO HE IS.

PS ARDEN IS A GAYER.
Witch's powers have no effect upon server, and cannot view the gold star. "Cannot find server" ???

Witch can't even post at her own blog. Blogger identifies witch's blog as "spam blog." (Huh?) Witch genuflects before Richard. Okay, lift the curse now, Richard!  :)

I swear by all shimmies I won't send Bill Dembski a greeting on his birthday. *crosses fingers* (Actually I found a card yesterday that's so perfect! Goes so well with my atheistic pixie dust.) :p

I have lifted the hex.

Next time it's a plague of frogs.

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"You magnificent bastard! " : Louis
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Richardthughes



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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,13:40   

Quote (Louis @ Mar. 27 2007,12:32)
Richard,

You are a magnificent bastard. However you are also an apple polishing celebrity suck up. "Oooh PZ you're so special, pleeeease give me a gold star".

It's nauseating. Mainly because I don't have a gold star.

Louis

and WHERE have YOU been?



Your dinner's in the dog.

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"Richardthughes, you magnificent bastard, I stand in awe of you..." : Arden Chatfield
"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

  
Arden Chatfield



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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,13:43   

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I have lifted the hex.

Next time it's a plague of frogs.


There are worse plagues one could have.

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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,13:46   

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and WHERE have YOU been?


A) Moving
B) Busy
C) Resolving Artistic Diffrences
D) Masturbating like a caged spider monkey. Plus ca change...

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Your dinner's in the dog.


Lucky I've been keen on having Korean for dinner then!

Have you finished your odious brown nosing yet?

Louis

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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,13:51   

Quote (Louis @ Mar. 27 2007,12:46)
Have you finished your odious brown nosing yet?

Awww.. Just 3 more minutes of sycophancy, PUH-LEASE.

[Mental image of what a sycophant might look like]



P.S....



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"You magnificent bastard! " : Louis
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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,13:52   

Quote (Richardthughes @ Mar. 27 2007,13:35)
I have lifted the hex.

Next time it's a plague of frogs.

Frogs?  How about a plague of cane toads?



Apparently one the size of a small dog has been found in Darwin, Australia.  See here for the story.

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Arden Chatfield



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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,14:02   

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Apparently one the size of a small dog has been found in Darwin, Australia.  See here for the story.


DARWIN? See! I TOLD you only bad things would come from that Theory of Evilution! :angry:

But wait, there's more:

 
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The team of volunteers caught Toadzilla during one of their so-called Toadbuster raids. They target local water holes, blind the noxious creatures with bright lights, and then take them to meet their fate.

"We kill them with carbon dioxide gas, stockpile them in a big freezer and then put them through a piqued fertilizer process," said Mr Sawyer. "It turns out to be sensational fertilizer."


Ouch.

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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,14:22   

The recent comments list over at OW reads like an ID history timeline. Maybe that's what they would like to teach as history to the students they are outreaching to?
     
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# Banging Stones Link
# cavemen were more advanced than modern scientists
# Willing To See
# Wishful thinking
# Table turning, etc.
# Possible disingenuity?
# Finding IC?
# Turning the Tables
# a vast arsenal of irreducibly complex cell components
# ultimately, though, we DO accept the supernatural Link


Also, since comment moderation was turned on, can we take that to mean that Patrick
     
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Patrick

03/27/2007

9:36 am
A bunch of Darwinists are keen to point this out:

http://richarddawkins.net/bday1message.php?id=310

I figured I’d post it minus the usual insults.

approves of everything that now appears on OW?
     
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In some ways, particularly given the rise of Darwinism, human societies were actually further ahead when they were living in caves and banging stones on each other's heads. At least back then they KNEW there was a designer and would have laughed had one suggested they bore any familial relationship to animals. Sure, they were all damned to #### because they were thousands of years from having a personal relationship to Jesus, but in their gut at least they knew they were special and knew that complex mechanisms required designers.
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Poor cavemen, no personal relationship with Christ! It's ok b'cos Theologan TrouTMac steps in:
   
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On a theological note, and from a Biblical standpoint, ancient man would have had salvation through faith in Christ just as we do… their faith looked forward to a promised messiah, while our's looks back.

But if we Listen To TroutMac we'll get ever so confused.
   
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I'm very skeptical of the notion that humans EVER lived as the "stereotypical" caveman. So in one sense, I agree with you… ancient civilizations would probably surprise us with their technology, relative to the popular conception of that technology is.

   
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Second, let me say that I personally tend to believe that the Earth is young. I might even believe that strongly enough to be called a "Young Earth Creationist."

   
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Antarctica was mapped, at least crudely (by today's standards) during a time when it was largely free of ice.


And do you think Patrick has a postion on why "the usual insults" might happen to appear on a page near the one bring all those people's attention Dr Dembski's little oversight? After all, it's not as if other disciplines leading figures make fart animations about each other? Can you imagine Hawking or George Smoot (I dunno) trading flatulance based animations in public to better get across their point? Hmm. Why does ID have to stoop to those levels Patrick? Heh. Same reason your moderation allows comments like
 
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You can literally win every single argument by invoking non-materialistic causes. That is why natural-materialism proponents are so against it. They do not like an idea that can so easily defeat their darwinist ideas.
Link
maybe?
And if these "people" are the best that ID student outreach programes can find (must be millions of $$ spent, that's what is on the tax forms anyway!), then I think I might be coming round to the "DNA is DEGENERATING" meme. Except it's a belief in ID that's doing the damage!

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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,14:23   

You think that's a big toad?

You should meet my mother in law.

{cymbals}

Thank you, thank you.

Louis

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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,14:33   

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In some ways, particularly given the rise of Darwinism, human societies were actually further ahead when they were living in caves and banging stones on each other's heads. At least back then they KNEW there was a designer and would have laughed had one suggested they bore any familial relationship to animals. Sure, they were all damned to #### because they were thousands of years from having a personal relationship to Jesus, but in their gut at least they knew they were special and knew that complex mechanisms required designers.


Well, that answers the deep, vexing theological question that has troubled me for lo these many years: are there cavemen in heaven? ID has now provided a resounding NO!!!!

Ah, but the point is moot anyway:

 
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I'm very skeptical of the notion that humans EVER lived as the "stereotypical" caveman.


Well. Settles THAT.


 
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You think that's a big toad?

You should meet my mother in law.

{cymbals}

Thank you, thank you.


Louis, are you here all week? Is your 10 o'clock show totally different?

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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,14:37   

Quote (Arden Chatfield @ Mar. 27 2007,11:43)
 
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I have lifted the hex.

Next time it's a plague of frogs.

There are worse plagues one could have.

Rub it in Arden. (No, I was never particularly plagued by that one.)

I like toads. I like snakes, too. Plague of snakes. I deserve it. Oh please, oh please...  :) And bats, lots of bats. As long as they don't get in my hair. (Refers to former Minnesota Education Commissioner.)

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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,14:38   

Quote (Arden Chatfield @ Mar. 27 2007,13:33)
Louis, are you here all week? Is your 10 o'clock show totally different?

Don't listen to him!

I tried the veal* and it was rubbish!





*actually wont eat veal for ethical reasons.

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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,14:44   

Congrats, Richard.  That comment was succinctly vicious and teh funny--kinda like tickling your victim with your poignard before delicately slipping it between his ribs.

And, in case I've failed to mention it before--and in full knowledge of the risks of labelling I run!--let me just say that:

I love Zachriel!

His astute observations form the backbone of this thread, rendering it simultaneously one of the savviest and one of the funniest on the Net.

I'm just glad he doesn't charge a subscription...

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,14:45   

I'm here all week. Please tip your waitress.

The 10 o'clock show contains, in the words of Peter Kay "A bit o' blue for the dads". Mainly because by 10 I'll have had a lot more gin.

And don't listen to Richard the veal is great. As is the baby seal cooked in its own fear with sauce dolphinoise.

And now for my piece de resistance I shall perform a double salco through my own foreskin whilst mocking Dembski's latest pathetic effort to slur Richard Dawkins:

{runs}

Have you seen that post on UD?

{jumps}

It's terrible, after all if you read Dembski's message to Dawkins flat then it seems like Dembski has admitted he is wrong about ID and that evolutionary biology is the daddy.

{salco 1}

Allez up!

{salco 2}

I mean the guy has completely jumped the shark. He's reduced to repeating what other people say about a subject in a bit of a funny way. It's sophomorically pathetic. I'd be ashamed of that if I were twelve.

{lands}

Ta da!

Louis

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(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,15:03   

Quote (Richardthughes @ Mar. 26 2007,21:32)
DaveTard..

https://www2.blogger.com/comment....5459449

     
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Being built like an average NFL football player has its advantages but at my age I should be shooting for middleweight boxer instead.




Richard - Thanks for the link - At the end of the post, DaveScot tries to lure FTK to his little Texas Love-nest with his water-sport skilz.  And since Dave, according to Dave,  has lost a lot of weight lately, we have to update his new slimmed-down water-sport picture:



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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

  
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