RSS 2.0 Feed

» Welcome Guest Log In :: Register

Pages: (1000) < ... 452 453 454 455 456 [457] 458 459 460 461 462 ... >   
  Topic: Official Uncommonly Dense Discussion Thread< Next Oldest | Next Newest >  
Richardthughes



Posts: 10094
Joined: Jan. 2006

(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 26 2007,11:30   

Hey Zach...

http://www.uncommondescent.com/intelli....-103278

Quote
Tell you what Jasper- YOU provide a valid definition of random and we will see if it works.

I take random to mean: determined by accident rather than design. In some cases the following is relevant: lacking a definite plan, purpose, or pattern.

Variation, in the evolutionary sense lacks a definite plan or purpose.

Wikipedia states the following:

A random process is a repeating process whose outcomes follow no describable deterministic pattern, but follow a probability distribution.

And THAT also fits what I stated.

But anyways- it is always a good thing when the opposing view has been chopped up so badly all that all the opposition has left is unsupported accusations and semantic quibbling.

BTW are you (Jasper) any relation to an imp named Zachriel?


So, Joe, I roll two six sided dice. Is the outcome random, or not? BAD, BAD TARD.

--------------
"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



Posts: 6657
Joined: Jan. 2006

(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 26 2007,11:39   

Quote
DaveScot said...
Curious about what school district in their right mind would include a book on family illustrating a homo household for students only five years old I googled Lexington "David Park" and found it was Lexington, Massachusetts. Figures. I wonder if the parent can get a fair trial in that homo haven where the jury won't be a jury of peers but rather a jury of queers. ROFLMAO - I crack me up.


I'm pretty sure he does not crack anyone else up, once the 'laugh with'/'laugh at' distinction is made clear.

 
Quote
Am I allowed to use the word "queer" here or is calling a poofter a queer considered name-calling?


Dave really needs to learn not to blog after polishing off a case of Lone Star beer. He's even starting to make Mommy FTK uncomfortable:

Quote
Holy crap, Dave. You are going to get me in all kinds of trouble...

I'm going to have to post a disclaimer somewhere...

"I will not be held responsible for what comes out of DaveScot's mouth".


--------------
"Rich is just mad because he thought all titties had fur on them until last week when a shorn transvestite ruined his childhood dreams by jumping out of a spider man cake and man boobing him in the face lips." - Erasmus

  
Zachriel



Posts: 2595
Joined: Sep. 2006

(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 26 2007,11:54   

Quote (Richardthughes @ Mar. 26 2007,10:30)
Hey Zach...

http://www.uncommondescent.com/intelli....-103278

   
Quote
Tell you what Jasper- YOU provide a valid definition of random and we will see if it works.

I take random to mean: determined by accident rather than design. In some cases the following is relevant: lacking a definite plan, purpose, or pattern.

Variation, in the evolutionary sense lacks a definite plan or purpose.

Wikipedia states the following:

A random process is a repeating process whose outcomes follow no describable deterministic pattern, but follow a probability distribution.

And THAT also fits what I stated.

But anyways- it is always a good thing when the opposing view has been chopped up so badly all that all the opposition has left is unsupported accusations and semantic quibbling.

BTW are you (Jasper) any relation to an imp named Zachriel?


So, Joe, I roll two six sided dice. Is the outcome random, or not? BAD, BAD TARD.

On the issue of heredity,

Copy the a text (e.g. the Bible), letter-for-letter, as carefully as you can. Of course, there may be a letter or two that are incorrect, or simply illegible to later transcribers. Does that make the transcribed texts "random"? Or is it just the errors that are random?

The whole point of heredity is to re-produce. Mutations are random (with respect to benefit).

--------------
Tard Acquisition and Repository Department

   
wintermute



Posts: 21
Joined: Feb. 2007

(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 26 2007,12:08   

Shorter DaveScot:

"Animals live longer, if they're raised in a sterile, germ-free environment, therefore the Garden of Eden must be true!"

Quote
This got me thinking about evolution vs. design. The animals raised germ-free could not have evolved in the natural world without exposure to bacteria but they could have been designed for GF life. The fact that they live twice as long in a GF environment when eating a diet that is nutritionally complete except for being sterile seems to be favorable evidence that animals were created in and for a germ-free world.

  
carlsonjok



Posts: 3324
Joined: May 2006

(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 26 2007,12:22   

Quote (wintermute @ Mar. 26 2007,12:08)
Shorter DaveScot:

"Animals live longer, if they're raised in a sterile, germ-free environment, therefore the Garden of Eden must be true!"

 
Quote
This got me thinking about evolution vs. design. The animals raised germ-free could not have evolved in the natural world without exposure to bacteria but they could have been designed for GF life. The fact that they live twice as long in a GF environment when eating a diet that is nutritionally complete except for being sterile seems to be favorable evidence that animals were created in and for a germ-free world.

Can this be interpreted to mean that a diet high in Cheesy-Poofs is an abomination to the Intelligent Designer?

--------------
It's natural to be curious about our world, but the scientific method is just one theory about how to best understand it.  We live in a democracy, which means we should treat every theory equally. - Steven Colbert, I Am America (and So Can You!)

  
stevestory



Posts: 8883
Joined: Oct. 2005

(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 26 2007,12:23   

Bullet-proof vests will last a lot longer when they're not exposed to bullets. I guess that's powerful evidence they were designed for a bullet-free world.

   
Jake



Posts: 50
Joined: Oct. 2006

(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 26 2007,12:41   

Quote (wintermute @ Mar. 26 2007,11:08)
Shorter DaveScot:

"Animals live longer, if they're raised in a sterile, germ-free environment, therefore the Garden of Eden must be true!"

Quote
This got me thinking about evolution vs. design. The animals raised germ-free could not have evolved in the natural world without exposure to bacteria but they could have been designed for GF life. The fact that they live twice as long in a GF environment when eating a diet that is nutritionally complete except for being sterile seems to be favorable evidence that animals were created in and for a germ-free world.

Huh. Average human lifespan has hugely increased in the modern west compared with ancient times, due mainly to the grossly artificial environment in which we live (medicine, diet, no predation and little violence etc.). We still die eventually, though, often of diseases that would have been rare in ancient people (Alzheimers, heart disease etc.). It seems to me that this study provides a striking parallel with changing human mortality. Dave appears to be trying to argue that because some animals live longer in artificially comfortable environs they are designed. Animals generally live longer in captivity than in the wild, as well - so what?

Actually, thats not even the worst thing with his post - where does he propose all the bacteria and viruses came from, if the world was originally 'germ free'?

  
Richardthughes



Posts: 10094
Joined: Jan. 2006

(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 26 2007,12:42   

Who is the l337 hax0|2?

http://www.uncommondescent.com/intelli....-103284

Quote
25

mike1962

03/25/2007

12:37 am
Ken Miller is a jackass - COME ON! - let’s get real - these egghead morons are not worthy of the sweart off our collected nuggets - and I think they know it - don’t slack up on the fight, they are arguing as stupid idiots and they know it - fight fight fight

Amen (in my drunken stupor)

26

mike1962

03/25/2007

12:38 am
Please pass the Petron and Guinness.

Oh thank you.

27

Joseph

03/25/2007

10:37 am
When nucleotide sequences can be shuffled and dealt at random and still sustain a viable organism, Dr Miller will have a point.

IOW as Stephen Meyers, Wm Dembski, et al., have been saying for years- not any DNA sequence will do.

And we know that chemically speaking, any DNA sequence is just as likely as any other.

28

mike1962

03/26/2007

12:34 pm
“Ken Miller is a jackass”

Hmm, I didn’t write that. Although it is apparent that someone sharing or spoofing my IP did.

“Petron and Guinness”

I drink neither.


--------------
"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

  
wintermute



Posts: 21
Joined: Feb. 2007

(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 26 2007,12:43   

Quote (Jake @ Mar. 26 2007,11:41)
Actually, thats not even the worst thing with his post - where does he propose all the bacteria and viruses came from, if the world was originally 'germ free'?

The Biblical fall of man, of course!

Didn't you know he's one of those Biblical Literalist agnostics?

  
Richardthughes



Posts: 10094
Joined: Jan. 2006

(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 26 2007,12:50   

New Davetard Photo


Exactamondo.

--------------
"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

  
oldmanintheskydidntdoit



Posts: 4999
Joined: July 2006

(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 26 2007,12:52   

Quote
favorable evidence that animals were created in and for a germ-free world.


The Tard is strong today. So, if animals are designed, are germs not also designed?

I bet DS will soon wish he did not go here!
Really Big Edit:
In the comments Joey "IDiot" Campana asks
Quote

What you report here is astounding. I have several points and questions that I am very curious to hear any responses to:
. Joey, WTF are you asking DaveScot for then? It's not like he's going to put any of his "alleged" millions into doing some research now is it?
Quote
(1) If life was designed to evolve, and “animals raised germ-free could not have evolved in the natural world without exposure to bacteria,” what you report here would seem to confirm Hoyle’s suspicions about germs and viruses being vectors of evolutionary change. Any thoughts?

Hum, assuming (!) it's confirmed (via that ID research stalwart Biologic, no doubt) that viri and bacteria are the only vectors of evolutionary change how does that do ID any good? Hum, a virus diddit! Not very conforting for the children (well, insult to children that is) over at UD.

Here's a funny. If you click on Joey's name you go to
http://www.researchintelligentdesign.org/wiki/Main_Page
If you click on Scientific Research Projects from an Intelligent Design Perspective you'll get
Quote
On this episode of ID The Future we present an interview with Joseph C. Campana, founder of ResearchID.org, a wiki-based website devoted to cataloguing scientific applications of intelligent design. CSC's Casey Luskin talks to Campana about what inspired the website, and how people can get involved to help constructively catalogue intelligent design scientific research.

Yeah, that's a goldmine i'm sure. But the comment is what I brought you here for:

quoting Inquisitive Brain:
Quote

38 minutes ago, Question wrote:
> How would you test the hypothesis that an
> intelligent designer created DNA?

The same way you would test the hypothesis that an unintelligent designer created DNA:

Formulate a plausible pathway using a causal framework and test the pathway for causal specificity.

This, however, is a long process, and idealogues are not willing to let researchers test their ideas, much less wait for the results.

Inquisitive Brain, who, exactly, are the idealogues and how, exactly, are they stopping researchers (can you name them) testing their ideas?. Simple question. I can wait as long as you like for the answer. I don't know who the fark Inquisitive Brain is but, the question remains.

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

if there are even critical flaws in Gauger’s work, the evo mat narrative cannot stand
Gordon Mullings

  
Jake



Posts: 50
Joined: Oct. 2006

(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 26 2007,13:06   

Quote (wintermute @ Mar. 26 2007,11:43)
Quote (Jake @ Mar. 26 2007,11:41)
Actually, thats not even the worst thing with his post - where does he propose all the bacteria and viruses came from, if the world was originally 'germ free'?

The Biblical fall of man, of course!

Didn't you know he's one of those Biblical Literalist agnostics?

(Snaps fingers, shakes head)

Of course! How stupid of me to have forgotten to factor in such a central scientific theory as the Biblical fall of man!

  
Richardthughes



Posts: 10094
Joined: Jan. 2006

(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 26 2007,13:40   

Shock, horror, Dembski prints something he doesn't believe:

http://www.uncommondescent.com/evoluti....reeting

Quote
26 March 2007
Dawkins’s 66th birthday — Hey, what about my birthday greeting?
William Dembski
For whatever reason, the people at richarddawkins.net put me on their mailing list and sent me an invitation some time back to write a birthday greeting for Richard Dawkins, who celebrates his 66th birthday today. Go to richarddawkins.net/happybirthdayRD, and you’ll find birthday greetings from Dan Dennett, Sam Harris, P.Z. Myers, Michael Shermer, etc. But my birthday greeting is nowhere to be found. Here’s the panegyric I sent in a few weeks back (yes, I’ve posted it at UD before; note that I cribbed from Harry Jaffa, Daniel Dennett, and Barbara Kingsolver). I figure just in case the ID thing doesn’t work out, I’ll have a backup . . . .

There are rare times and places, in the illustrious history of science, when outbursts of genius supply human civilization with the supreme wonders of human greatness. It is the contemplation of these that raises the mass of humanity to levels not unworthy of what, in less enlightened ages, we would have regarded as the divine image and which we now, rightly, regard as the pinnacle of evolutionary development. Such moments of supreme scientific achievement are to be found in the works of Archimedes, Copernicus, Newton, Maxwell, and Einstein. However, never before–or since–has scientific genius burst in such profusion on the human scene as in the 19th century when Charles Darwin propounded his theory of evolution and taught the creatures of evolution to understand that they are products of evolution. If an award were to be given for the single best idea anyone ever had, it would go to Darwin, ahead of everyone else. In a single stroke, the idea of evolution by natural selection unifies the realm of life, meaning, and purpose with the realm of space and time, cause and effect, mechanism and physical law. Natural selection is the greatest, simplest, most elegant logical construct ever to dawn across our curiosity about the workings of natural life. It is inarguable, and it explains everything. Every human good that we enjoy today is, directly or indirectly, a legacy from what Charles Darwin wrought and what Richard Dawkins has preserved. –WmAD

And if you believe this, there’s some real estate I’d like to sell you.


Bill, honey, I love your street theatre. But please don't take time away from your valuable research!

--------------
"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

  
oldmanintheskydidntdoit



Posts: 4999
Joined: July 2006

(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 26 2007,14:38   

Quote (Richardthughes @ Mar. 26 2007,12:40)
Shock, horror, Dembski prints something he doesn't believe:

Hmm, for what possible reason? Inference the design, or whatever it is they do, and it's $$$

Intuition. That's how I knew that.

Controversy = Page Hits = Prizes.

After all, it'd be a pity if the dear reader was not aware of such delights as
       
Quote
The Cave Painting is an allegorical novel exploring the intelligent design/evolution debate.  With special emphasis on contemporary intelligent design theory the novel, together with comprehensive end notes, highlights the key shortcomings of current evolutionary theories in explaining the origin of specified complex things, whether they be cave paintings, or, by analogy, human beings.

It's a pity they don't think to put special empahsis on contempoarary intelligent design's shortcomings as well. Hum, cave paintings were painted by cave people? Is that a design inference? Manganese paintings were painted by manganese people therefore?!

Oh look the book has a recommendation!

       
Quote
"A page turner"
A page turner from the get-go, and informative, to boot. It's a rare treat to read something so absorbing yet so substantive.

-- Mark Hartwig, Ph.D.

How nice. And by sheer coincidence, Mark Harwig is a IDEA member, a Director no less!
http://www.ideacenter.org/contentmgr/showdetails.php/id/777
       
Quote
Mark Hartwig is on the Access Research Network Board of Directors and has much experience with outreaching to students through the creation-evolution controversy. He has been an active member of the intelligent design movement by promoting understanding of the basic issues in popular media--especially to college students.

What is it with the middle aged men and the students? Why pick on them? :)

experenced student outreacher indeed. And how does this bloke appeal to students via the mass media anyway? Just wants to flog them stuff if you ask me.

ID is one big circle Jerk, everybody reviewing everybody else's books, one big happy family in their big ole tent. Fingers in ears. As long as the books keep selling it's gravy all round. I just followed the 1st advertising link I found on UD and already the IDEA people are there with their approval.
It's lucky ID's "elephant in the room" AKA no proof whatsoever is actually an absence of the already mentioned "elephant" as it died (or would have, if it existed) a while ago now and is stinking (or would have, anyway) up the tent.
From what I can see, Mr Hartwig, Ph.D is a big cheese over at IDEA, long time liar for jesus. It's just nice that he's got time to take out of his busy day and write a book recommendation for a book that will
Quote
provide a thorough criticism of Darwinism but also detail the many scientific arguments for design


You can own it now for only $16.00 !

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

if there are even critical flaws in Gauger’s work, the evo mat narrative cannot stand
Gordon Mullings

  
Richardthughes



Posts: 10094
Joined: Jan. 2006

(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 26 2007,15:04   

Calling all design detectives!

Dembski's grumble from here:

http://www.uncommondescent.com/evoluti....omments

Quote
But my birthday greeting is nowhere to be found.


Really Bill?

go here:

http://richarddawkins.net/bdayNameList

Get this:

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

If you can't find your name in an alphabetical list, you might want to stop looking for evidence for god in bacterial flagellum.

--------------
"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

  
oldmanintheskydidntdoit



Posts: 4999
Joined: July 2006

(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 26 2007,15:13   

Dembski says:
 
Quote
Better to give them what appears a minor slip-up, let them attack that, and then show how they’re acting in bad faith because they have ignored the gist.

Believe it or not, it really helps that the other side thinks we’re such morons.


You see, it's all part of the plan! (just in case somebody save that page!)

And Richard, you've ignored the gist and therefore ID wins by default? err

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

if there are even critical flaws in Gauger’s work, the evo mat narrative cannot stand
Gordon Mullings

  
N.Wells



Posts: 805
Joined: Oct. 2005

(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 26 2007,15:58   

As just noted by Richard Hughes, from Dr. Dr. Dembski at http://www.uncommondescent.com/evoluti....omments
 
Quote

   
Quote
But my birthday greeting is nowhere to be found.


Really Bill?

go here:

http://richarddawkins.net/bdayNameList

Get this:

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

If you can't find your name in an alphabetical list, you might want to stop looking for evidence for god in bacterial flagellum.


There is a simple explanation for this.  On the "turnabout is fair play" principle, as Dr. Dr. Dembski himself noted at 5:07 PM on 24 March 2007, in comment #4 on the UD thread, http://www.uncommondescent.com/darwini....-102717
 
Quote
....we’re such morons.


Edited to add: Dang, scooped while off-line.

  
stevestory



Posts: 8883
Joined: Oct. 2005

(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 26 2007,20:24   

Jason Rosenhouse went to the ID 'conference'

   
Dr.GH



Posts: 1954
Joined: May 2002

(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 26 2007,21:46   

Quote (Stephen Elliott @ Mar. 25 2007,11:04)
Quote (stevestory @ Mar. 25 2007,04:55)
Does it feel to anyone else that ID is now mostly an historical event?

Pretty much. Dead as a threat to science education anyway.

I won't count ID out until there has been an appeal to a higher court.  This means a second trial at a minimum.

It would be a good idea to let some jerkwater school board in California to go ahead and vote to teach ID.  There have been two recent instances, but both were quashed before anything real could happen.

--------------
"Science is the horse that pulls the cart of philosophy."

L. Susskind, 2004 "SMOLIN VS. SUSSKIND: THE ANTHROPIC PRINCIPLE"

   
Kristine



Posts: 3037
Joined: Sep. 2006

(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 26 2007,22:08   

Quote (stevestory @ Mar. 26 2007,10:23)
Bullet-proof vests will last a lot longer when they're not exposed to bullets. I guess that's powerful evidence they were designed for a bullet-free world.

And Adam was designed for an Eve-less world. We all know how successfully that turned out. :D

One thing we sistahs be good fer (except for me but in this case I make an exception): Remembering people's birthdays.  
Quote
But my birthday greeting is nowhere to be found.

Bill, dear! Bill, dear! It's not your birthday yet! Your birthday is on July 18! Did you forget?

I didn't. :p  I never forget an anniversary. :)

Okay, so he wasn't talking about getting a birthday greeting, but giving one. But if I had not posted a pretend slip, he "still would have missed the gist." Learn fast, don't I?

Incidentally, Bill's greeting shows he wrote it at Fort Worth - in other words, at work. Naughty, naughty.

--------------
Which came first: the shimmy, or the hip?

AtBC Poet Laureate

"I happen to think that this prerequisite criterion of empirical evidence is itself not empirical." - Clive

"Damn you. This means a trip to the library. Again." -- fnxtr

  
Kristine



Posts: 3037
Joined: Sep. 2006

(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 26 2007,22:23   

Incidentally, while doing research I came across this item in The Encyclopedia of Evolution, in the introduction, by Richard Milner:    
Quote
Everyone has heard of the Scopes "monkey trial" in Tennessee (although most of the "facts" are usually wrong), but the Slade trial of Victorian England is now almost forgotten.

In 1876, British Spiritualists and evolutionists fought this emotional courtroom battle over the authenticity of "Doctor" Henry Slade, an internationally celebrated spirit-medium (or channeler in today's jargon). The issue was "materialism"--the idea that human personality is inseparable from the biological brain.

"Materialist" scientists insisted that Slade's communion with "departed spirits" had to be a criminal fraud to bilk the bereaved. While many among the general public may have privately agreed, for a scientist to publicly insist that a human "soul" cannot exist apart from a body was shocking--much worse than claiming apes for relatives. Evolutionists Charles Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace (a prominent Spiritualist) supported opposing sides in the Slade affair, each convinced that his own vision of evolutionary science was at stake.
Interesting, no? Spiritualism (thought not channeling) has gone the way of Arthur Conan Doyle's fairies of Cottingly Glen, but the fight about "materialism" goes on.

--------------
Which came first: the shimmy, or the hip?

AtBC Poet Laureate

"I happen to think that this prerequisite criterion of empirical evidence is itself not empirical." - Clive

"Damn you. This means a trip to the library. Again." -- fnxtr

  
Richardthughes



Posts: 10094
Joined: Jan. 2006

(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 26 2007,22:32   

DaveTard..

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

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




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




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




--------------
"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

  
stevestory



Posts: 8883
Joined: Oct. 2005

(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 26 2007,22:40   

Quote (Dr.GH @ Mar. 26 2007,21:46)
It would be a good idea to let some jerkwater school board in California to go ahead and vote to teach ID.

I'd rather have it come out of the worst state in the union, South Carolina. Just to try to maximize that crazy period, before Casey Luskin flies in and tells them to keep their mouth shut, where they're having angry board meetings with some apes yelling "Ain't you luv Jaysis?" "What're yew some kind of atheist faggit?" "Don't you know separation of church and state is a communist lie ?!?!?!?!" "Don't you believe what The Lord said in the bible?!?!?!?"

   
Richardthughes



Posts: 10094
Joined: Jan. 2006

(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,00:21   

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.

--------------
"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

  
k.e



Posts: 1948
Joined: Mar. 2006

(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,00:48   

OH HAR BLOODY HAR.
YOR ONLY PICKING ON ME BECAUSE IM SO FAT.
YOU WAIT 'TILL IM AT MY FIGHTIN' WEIGHT .....300LBS (AFTER I LOSE 150LBS)

RIGHT NOW IM WRESTING A HERD OF CHEESBURGERS AND I CAN DO ABOUT A 100FT OF THEM A DAY STANDING ON MY FEET. I NEVER HAVE MEALS WHEN IM EATING I ONLY STOP FOR SAUCE.  YOU CAN'T BEAT THAT EXERCISE.

ITS DANGEROUS WORK BUT IT KEEPS ME FIT.


I USED TO BE ABLE TO EAT FIVE FORKLIFTS FULL BEFORE LUNCH ......NOW THAT IM RETIRED I USE A BARGE TO SHIFT THEM.

RICHARD T HUGE IS A HOMOBURGER HAHAHAHAHA -I'M UP MY CRACK.-dt

--------------
The conservative has but little to fear from the man whose reason is the servant of his passions, but let him beware of him in whom reason has become the greatest and most terrible of the passions.These are the wreckers of outworn empires and civilisations, doubters, disintegrators, deicides.Haldane

   
Occam's Toothbrush



Posts: 554
Joined: April 2006

(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,04:12   

Quote (Richardthughes @ Mar. 26 2007,21:32)
   
Quote
Being built like an average NFL football player has its advantages but at my age I should be shooting for middleweight boxer instead.



Indeed...

(Former Dallas Cowboy OL Nate Newton)

--------------
"Molecular stuff seems to me not to be biology as much as it is a more atomic element of life" --Creo nut Robert Byers
------
"You need your arrogant ass kicked, and I would LOVE to be the guy who does it. Where do you live?" --Anger Management Problem Concern Troll "Kris"

  
wintermute



Posts: 21
Joined: Feb. 2007

(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,08:13   

DaveScot is a tard
Quote
It just ocurred to me that according to Ernst Mayr I must be a different species from Inuits. We’re reproductively isolated by geography and there isn’t a snowball’s chance in south central Texas I’d be attracted to an Inuit woman anyhow even though we’re probably still physically compatible on a hypothetical basis sort of like brown bears and polar bears.


Anyone want to play "count the fallacies"?

  
Reciprocating Bill



Posts: 4238
Joined: Oct. 2006

(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,08:41   

Quote (wintermute @ Mar. 27 2007,07:13)
DaveScot is a tard      
Quote
It just ocurred to me that according to Ernst Mayr I must be a different species from Inuits. We’re reproductively isolated by geography and there isn’t a snowball’s chance in south central Texas I’d be attracted to an Inuit woman anyhow even though we’re probably still physically compatible on a hypothetical basis sort of like brown bears and polar bears.

More gratuitous, unapologetic racism from DaveScot.  This just after WAD took Darwin to task on behalf of the Irish.

--------------
Myth: Something that never was true, and always will be.

"The truth will set you free. But not until it is finished with you."
- David Foster Wallace

"Here’s a clue. Snarky banalities are not a substitute for saying something intelligent. Write that down."
- Barry Arrington

  
Zachriel



Posts: 2595
Joined: Sep. 2006

(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,08:43   

Pharyngula gives Richard Hughes a tip of the Noodly Appendage.



Well, a Gold Star anyway.



--------------
Tard Acquisition and Repository Department

   
Reciprocating Bill



Posts: 4238
Joined: Oct. 2006

(Permalink) Posted: Mar. 27 2007,08:51   

Quote
Off-Topic: Ahhh, The Madness of March!
crandaddy

This has absolutely nothing to do with intelligent design, but I just had to share it. It’s the final 45.6 seconds of Saturday’s NCAA D-II men’s basketball national championship game...

No further off topic than anything else. In the absence of empirical predictions unique to intelligent design theory, EVERYTHING has absolutely nothing to do with intelligent design, in equal degree.

--------------
Myth: Something that never was true, and always will be.

"The truth will set you free. But not until it is finished with you."
- David Foster Wallace

"Here’s a clue. Snarky banalities are not a substitute for saying something intelligent. Write that down."
- Barry Arrington

  
  29999 replies since Jan. 16 2006,11:43 < Next Oldest | Next Newest >  

Pages: (1000) < ... 452 453 454 455 456 [457] 458 459 460 461 462 ... >   


Track this topic Email this topic Print this topic

[ Read the Board Rules ] | [Useful Links] | [Evolving Designs]