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Texas Teach



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 24 2011,18:18   

Quote (khan @ Aug. 24 2011,17:54)
Quote (paragwinn @ Aug. 23 2011,21:40)
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"I have a Master's Degree...in Science!"

Oh, that reminds me, I better keep those electrical outlets covered so that the electricity doesn't leak out.

My EX-MIL actually believed that.

I had a neighbor in the duplex where my wife and I lived during grad school that came over and asked once how to rig a convertor so he could connect his new gas stove to the electrical outlet.  He knew they turned gas into electricity, so there had to be a way to reverse it on his end.

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midwifetoad



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 24 2011,18:27   

I hope you told him he needed a coal-fired stove to make  that work.

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noncarborundum



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 24 2011,19:40   

Quote (midwifetoad @ Aug. 24 2011,17:38)
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markf August 24, 2011 at 10:40 am
This particular “Brit Toff” is Australian and went to Sydney Boys High School – hardly Eton.

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News August 24, 2011 at 10:56 am
For an Aussie, it’s unusually dumb.


For News it isn't.

[URL=http://www.uncommondescent.com/evolution/new-count-method-puts-species-totals-much-higher-but-brit-toff-says-something-stupid-about


-it/comment-page-1/#comment-397442]Link[/URL]

From the same article:

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Close your eyes, channel Darwin, and you will suddenly know that this is a Tree of Life, not a circle.


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"The . . . um . . . okay, I was genetically selected for blue eyes.  I know there are brown eyes, because I've observed them, but I can't do it.  Okay?  So . . . um . . . coz that's real genetic selection, not the nonsense Giberson and the others are talking about." - DO'L

  
midwifetoad



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 24 2011,19:59   

For channelers having IQs above mean antarctic temperature.

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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 24 2011,20:21   

Quote (noncarborundum @ Aug. 24 2011,19:40)


From the same article:

 
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Close your eyes, channel Darwin, and you will suddenly know that this is a Tree of Life, not a circle.


OMG!  Noncarborundum has found the Hope diamond of IDiocy.

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Tracy P. Hamilton



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 24 2011,20:25   

Quote (midwifetoad @ Aug. 24 2011,15:51)
Anybody still wanna say that evolution only deals in loss of information?

Scientists Solve Lager Beer Mystery

Satan designed lager - take THAT, Darwinists!

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"Following what I just wrote about fitness, you’re taking refuge in what we see in the world."  PaV

"The simple equation F = MA leads to the concept of four-dimensional space." GilDodgen

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Tracy P. Hamilton



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 24 2011,20:30   

Quote (Texas Teach @ Aug. 24 2011,18:14)


As one of those inorganic types who did not care for most of organic I can say that the problem in many cases is that organic professors don't take Louis' advice.  They were taught organic as a series of memorizations with no underlying theory, and they will teach it the same way, pedagogy be damned.  

That said, the little organic spectroscopy course I took was great.  It saved me considerable angst during the lab final as I ran the spectra first (most everyone else did it last) and then ran just the qualitative tests I needed to use to confirm my interpretation of those.


Ah, derivatives, that brings back memories.  I solved one of my unknowns (m-xylene) by measuring the boiling and freezing points!  I can't remember if I put that on the lab report (1978), probably did.

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"The simple equation F = MA leads to the concept of four-dimensional space." GilDodgen

"We have no brain, I don't, for thinking." Robert Byers

  
noncarborundum



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 24 2011,20:35   

Quote (Tracy P. Hamilton @ Aug. 24 2011,20:21)
 
Quote (noncarborundum @ Aug. 24 2011,19:40)


From the same article:

     
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Close your eyes, channel Darwin, and you will suddenly know that this is a Tree of Life, not a circle.


OMG!  Noncarborundum has found the Hope diamond of IDiocy.

It's DeNews, though.  She spits out Hope Diamonds of IDiocy oftener than my longhaired cat spits out hairballs.

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"The . . . um . . . okay, I was genetically selected for blue eyes.  I know there are brown eyes, because I've observed them, but I can't do it.  Okay?  So . . . um . . . coz that's real genetic selection, not the nonsense Giberson and the others are talking about." - DO'L

  
Louis



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 24 2011,21:09   

Quote (Texas Teach @ Aug. 25 2011,00:14)
Quote (Louis @ Aug. 24 2011,14:23)
Quote (Lou FCD @ Aug. 24 2011,17:17)
[SNIP]

OChem looks way more fun than General Chem, and OChem was the class about which I have been most concerned. So that's good news.

Good to hear all is well. Organic chemistry IS more fun that general chemistry.

No I'm not biased as all hell. Why do you ask? ;-)

If you ever want organic chem related chats/advice you know where I am. Just remember 99%* of organic chemistry students hate it, don't get it and despair at the sheer volume of crap they are asked to apparently memorise when they first encounter it. It gets better. Usually a few years in, after beating your head against a wall repeatedly and several messy suicide attempts, a magical light pops on in your head and you get it.**

Of course if you do what the vast majority of organic chemistry students don't do, you'll get it in about 3 weeks and can then relax in a bar. The secret is to grasp about 5 or 6 basic principles and forget about memorising huge swathes of shite. The problem is working out which 5 or 6 principles! ;-)

Of course, for a reasonable fee, I can be relied upon to {ahem} illuminate you. In fact seeing as you are a friend, I'll do it for nothing, plus modest expenses of course.***

Louis

* I may be underselling the precise percentage a little.

** I may be making it sound easier than it is.

*** I find my best and most accurate thinking is done on my own private, luxury, tropical island resort surrounded by a bevvy of willing, morally adventurous and nubile young ladies.****

**** When I say "find" what I actually mean is "suppose" and/or "fervently wish".

As one of those inorganic types who did not care for most of organic I can say that the problem in many cases is that organic professors don't take Louis' advice.  They were taught organic as a series of memorizations with no underlying theory, and they will teach it the same way, pedagogy be damned.  

That said, the little organic spectroscopy course I took was great.  It saved me considerable angst during the lab final as I ran the spectra first (most everyone else did it last) and then ran just the qualitative tests I needed to use to confirm my interpretation of those.

I started out inorganic/organometallic and then converted to the True Faith ™.

I regret it some days. ;-)

I'll be briefly serious. The memorising of huge amounts of stuff is very, very useful and allows you to talk to other organic chemists easily. A classic case in point is "named reactions", they really are a good shorthand and not merely "waggling of the chemistry dick". It never hurts to know umpteen functional groups, major molecules of interest etc, but all this stuff can be learned along the way. Grasp the basics (e.g. acidity/basicity from an organic perspective i.e. lots of pKa's, electrocyclic reactions, oxidation states of carbon, so carbenes, radical, anions, cations etc, polarity, "hard" and "soft", photochemical processes, sterics, stereochemistry etc) and then progress to knowing a hundred examples of each. Organic molecules behave certain ways for certain basic reasons, ok it's not simple or easy, but it can be made easier for the intelligent student to grasp.

I prefer to understand the basics first, then work up to assimilating tonnes of data later. The problem most professors have is not just that they were "raised the other way", but that they often no longer see those few principles as being more important for the student than memorisation is. Grasping the "basics" is seen as being actually quite technical and difficult so they tend to present a huge number of examples, expect people to learn them, and then highlight (or synthesise....haha I mades a funneh) the principles from the morass of examples. It can be done, I did it as did thousands before me, but it's off putting, partly due it being needlessly challenging as opposed to needfully challenging.

Chemistry was a bit weird educationally, at every stage of education we'd effectively get told "ok, all that stuff you knew before, yeah, that was wrong, here's what's REALLY going on". It struck me more in all the chemistry I learned, at every level I learned it, than in either of the other major scientific disciplines, biology and physics. They seemed to build on the basics more, an evolutionary approach, chemistry seemed to be a series of revolutions.

Meh, maybe I'm wrong.

Louis

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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 24 2011,21:11   

Quote (midwifetoad @ Aug. 25 2011,01:59)
For channelers having IQs above mean antarctic temperature.

Units are important. I believe the appropriate choice would be "Gas Mark" in this instance, as opposed to Kelvin.

Louis

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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 24 2011,21:13   

Quote (Tracy P. Hamilton @ Aug. 25 2011,02:30)
Quote (Texas Teach @ Aug. 24 2011,18:14)


As one of those inorganic types who did not care for most of organic I can say that the problem in many cases is that organic professors don't take Louis' advice.  They were taught organic as a series of memorizations with no underlying theory, and they will teach it the same way, pedagogy be damned.  

That said, the little organic spectroscopy course I took was great.  It saved me considerable angst during the lab final as I ran the spectra first (most everyone else did it last) and then ran just the qualitative tests I needed to use to confirm my interpretation of those.


Ah, derivatives, that brings back memories.  I solved one of my unknowns (m-xylene) by measuring the boiling and freezing points!  I can't remember if I put that on the lab report (1978), probably did.

Perfectly reasonable. Thank your lucky stars you weren't doing this back in the REALLY old days when taste was a method of chemical identification...

Louis

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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 24 2011,21:26   

KF gets Lewontin into an OP!

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http://www.uncommondescent.com/intelligent-design/the-fallacy-of-creeping-omniscience/

(...)

It is always helpful to give a key example or two, and the now notorious NYRB 1997 clip from Professor Richard Lewontin makes a very good first example:


Is this a first?  Enquiring minds couldn't give a flying...want to know.

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 24 2011,21:34   

DeNews raises questions about European ancestry  (Fair's fair.  We've questioned the ancestry of some of the denizen's of UD)

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European ancestry is a tinderbox of change


But she still dodges the burning question: if North Americans are descended from Europeans, how come there are still Europeans?  Huh?  Huh?

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 24 2011,22:19   

Quote (midwifetoad @ Aug. 24 2011,17:38)
Quote
markf August 24, 2011 at 10:40 am
This particular “Brit Toff” is Australian and went to Sydney Boys High School – hardly Eton.

Reply
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News August 24, 2011 at 10:56 am
For an Aussie, it’s unusually dumb.


For News it isn't.

[URL=http://www.uncommondescent.com/evolution/new-count-method-puts-species-totals-much-higher-but-brit-toff-says-something-stupid-about


-it/comment-page-1/#comment-397442]Link[/URL]

fixed link

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Erasmus, FCD



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 24 2011,22:36   

that jewel has one comment so far

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OT: Great political ad:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v....fJgZQ7A



tranmawahahahawhawhawhawhaw

Edited by Wesley R. Elsberry on Aug. 25 2011,06:14

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

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

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

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

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 24 2011,22:49   

Quote (Seversky @ Aug. 25 2011,03:34)
DeNews raises questions about European ancestry  (Fair's fair.  We've questioned the ancestry of some of the denizen's of UD)

       
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European ancestry is a tinderbox of change


But she still dodges the burning question: if North Americans are descended from Europeans, how come there are still Europeans?  Huh?  Huh?

And she completely fails to understand the article she is quoting, although BBC helpfully provides a bolded take home message:
     
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A new study deals a blow to the idea that most European men are descended from farmers who migrated from the Near East 5,000-10,000 years ago.

DO'Ls take:
 
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In “DNA study deals blow to theory of European origin” (BBC News , August 23, 2011), we learn:

       
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Archaeological finds show that modern humans first settled in Europe from about 40,000 years ago – during a time known as the Palaeolithic. [This is not contested at all and wasn't subject of any of the research quoted in the BBC article]


But, following up on a gene,

       
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When the Leicester team estimated how old R-M269 was in different populations across Europe, they found the age ranges were more compatible with an expansion in Neolithic times (between 5,000 and 10,000 years ago).[This describes the research that is questioned by the new results; the question is to what extend and when the original hunter-gatherer population was replaced by settlers from the Near East and the new results apparently show that the distribution of R-M269 is wrong for that to be true and the age estimate using R-M269 could be wrong as well.]

Congratulation DO'L! You got everything completely wrong, we expect no less from you.

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Thus, a realistic [computer] simulation [of evolution] would allow the program, OS, and hardware to be affected in a random fashion." GilDodgen, Frilly shirt owner

  
JLT



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 25 2011,05:27   

Joseph
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That said a family “tree” doesn’t even form a tree and that is decent with modification at the lowest level (sexually reproducing organisms)- no nested hierarchy in a family tree.

I nearly spit out my coffee reading that.
Although, it is possible that in Joseph's family everything is a bit different and he is actually as closely related to his brother than he is to his cousin. Who knows.

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"Random mutations, if they are truly random, will affect, and potentially damage, any aspect of the organism, [...]
Thus, a realistic [computer] simulation [of evolution] would allow the program, OS, and hardware to be affected in a random fashion." GilDodgen, Frilly shirt owner

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 25 2011,05:31   

Quote (JLT @ Aug. 25 2011,11:27)
Joseph
 
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That said a family “tree” doesn’t even form a tree and that is decent with modification at the lowest level (sexually reproducing organisms)- no nested hierarchy in a family tree.

I nearly spit out my coffee reading that.
Although, it is possible that in Joseph's family everything is a bit different and he is actually as closely related to his brother than he is to his cousin. Who knows.

Joseph is his own grandfather.

  
Amadan



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 25 2011,05:42   

A self-made man?

Hmmmm....

Has anyone ever seen Joe and DaveTard in the same room?

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"People are always looking for natural selection to generate random mutations" - Densye  4-4-2011
JoeG BTW dumbass- some variations help ensure reproductive fitness so they cannot be random wrt it.

   
sparc



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 25 2011,05:56   

Quote (BillB @ Aug. 25 2011,05:31)
Quote (JLT @ Aug. 25 2011,11:27)
Joseph
 
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That said a family “tree” doesn’t even form a tree and that is decent with modification at the lowest level (sexually reproducing organisms)- no nested hierarchy in a family tree.

I nearly spit out my coffee reading that.
Although, it is possible that in Joseph's family everything is a bit different and he is actually as closely related to his brother than he is to his cousin. Who knows.

Joseph is his own grandfather.

Maybe it's another kind of Duck's genetics: No parents, only uncles and nephews.

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- William Dembski -

   
Reciprocating Bill



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 25 2011,06:06   

KairosFlatus admiringly quotes Holloway:
 
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It is commonly noted that when smart or educated or famous, or wealthy or powerful people or the like achieve expertise or noted success in a certain area, they suddenly think they are experts in many others, even when lacking the necessary knowledge.

Doesn't this characterize every last principal of the ID movement, including Flatus himself? OK, often minus the smarts, education, fame, wealth, power, and expertise in some other area?

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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

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Freddie



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 25 2011,06:48   

More irony from KF

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F/N: I add that I am a lot less than comfortable with someone based in one country seeking to directly influence the course of the politics in another country ...


... says Gordon E. Mullings of MONTSERRAT

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Joe: As for the authors of the books in the Bible, well the OT was authored by Moses and the NT was authored by various people.
Byers: The eskimo would not need hairy hair growth as hair, I say, is for keeping people dry. Not warm.

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 25 2011,07:34   

Quote (JLT @ Aug. 25 2011,06:27)
Joseph
 
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That said a family “tree” doesn’t even form a tree and that is decent with modification at the lowest level (sexually reproducing organisms)- no nested hierarchy in a family tree.

I nearly spit out my coffee reading that.
Although, it is possible that in Joseph's family everything is a bit different and he is actually as closely related to his brother than he is to his cousin. Who knows.

well he is right, it doesn't make an actual tree.  

and I expect Gil to point this out very shortly.  why hadn't he thought of this before?

If the tree of life is REAL then WHY ISN'T IT A REAL FUCKING TREE

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

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

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

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

  
Erasmus, FCD



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 25 2011,07:55   

by the way, what ever happened to Jerry at UD?

I suspect that whichever one of you was socking him finally got tired of the charade but I missed the announcement here.  If that was a sock he was a fucking masterpiece of subtle brilliance.  If he was not a sock should we check all the local Bed'lams?

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

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

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

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

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 25 2011,08:19   

Quote (Erasmus, FCD @ Aug. 25 2011,07:55)
by the way, what ever happened to Jerry at UD?

I suspect that whichever one of you was socking him finally got tired of the charade but I missed the announcement here.  If that was a sock he was a fucking masterpiece of subtle brilliance.  If he was not a sock should we check all the local Bed'lams?

The reason(s) jerry is no longer a UD Poster:

1.) Forced to move out of his Mom's basement.

2.) Parole violation - found too close to the local middle school.  Again.

3.) Lost job and computer access at the local tatoo parlor.

4.) Republican that he voted for implemented budget cuts that closed the local library.

5.) RAS got tired of playing dumb and sock posting.

jerry you bastard pm me!

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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 25 2011,09:20   

Quote (J-Dog @ Aug. 25 2011,16:19)
 
Quote (Erasmus @ FCD,Aug. 25 2011,07:55)
by the way, what ever happened to Jerry at UD?

I suspect that whichever one of you was socking him finally got tired of the charade but I missed the announcement here.  If that was a sock he was a fucking masterpiece of subtle brilliance.  If he was not a sock should we check all the local Bed'lams?

The reason(s) jerry is no longer a UD Poster:

1.) Forced to move out of his Mom's basement.

2.) Parole violation - found too close to the local middle school.  Again.

3.) Lost job and computer access at the local tatoo parlor.

4.) Republican that he voted for implemented budget cuts that closed the local library.

5.) RAS got tired of playing dumb and sock posting.

jerry you bastard pm me!

I'M GLAD YOU ENJOYED JERRY HOMO'S.

WE AT UD CENTRAL COMMAND CENTER....(pause) CREATED JERRY WITH A BRUTE FORCE SEARCH ALGORITHM BASED ON NFF.

RUNNING FSCI V0.65 WE SHOWED WE COULD REFUTE ALMOST EVERY DARWINIAN BELIEF WITH AN ID FACT. E.G. TALKING SNAKES.

A NEW IMPROVED VERSION OF JERRY IS ABOUT TO BE RELEASED. JERRY V1864 WILL HAVE NO TAIL AND CAN EMULATE 10^^5 TYPEWRITERS AT ONCE!

WE EXPECT THE DEMO VERSION WILL DEMONSTARTE THE POWER OF RANDOM DI DISSONANCE BUT TO APPRECIATE THE FULL VERSION NOW AVAILABLE IN CHURCH BASEMENT ODDMENT SALES FOR $2.95 EA WITH EXTRA POE, OILS OF SAD OMEN- ONOINS BLAH BLAH ETC AND SO ON....

FOR A SMALL FEE UPGRADE TO A DENIAL OF YOUR CHOICE.

JERRY V1.0X WILL PROVIDE ENDLESS HOURS OF ENJOYMENT ON THE ORIGINAL HP42. A GAME FOR THE WHOLE HOME SKOOL FAMILY.

MUD BRICK FENCES, CRICIFIXES, BARN DOORS, KNODDING DARWINS, IMITATION TURIN SHROUDS, TURNIP TRUCKS, MINIATURE PLASTIC ARKS,  MOVING GOAL POSTS AND BAGGY DEBATE GRADE HORSE HAIR SWEATERS CAN BE PURCHASED ONLINE FROM OUR TRINKET SHOP.

THE DONATION PLATE WILL SOON PASS BY YOU..... PLEASE CONSIDER THE WRATH OF OF 10 BILLION TV BIBLE THUMPERS BEFORE YOU SCUM GIVE.

I'LL BE COUNTING AND SO WILL GOD.



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 25 2011,09:38   

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JERRY V1.0X WILL PROVIDE ENDLESS HOURS OF ENJOYMENT ON THE ORIGINAL HP42. A GAME FOR THE WHOLE HOME SKOOL FAMILY.

MUD BRICK FENCES, CRICIFIXES, BARN DOORS, KNODDING DARWINS, IMITATION TURIN SHROUDS, TURNIP TRUCKS, MINIATURE PLASTIC ARKS,  MOVING GOAL POSTS AND BAGGY DEBATE GRADE HORSE HAIR SWEATERS CAN BE PURCHASED ONLINE FROM OUR TRINKET SHOP.


POTW!!!! :) :)

I can almost see DaveScott drooling, licking cheesy poofs off his fingers and typing this in Teh Floating Command Center...

added in edit:  k.e. - Good deal on your recent change of meds... I can almost understand what you're saying!

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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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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 25 2011,09:43   

Quote (J-Dog @ Aug. 25 2011,17:38)
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JERRY V1.0X WILL PROVIDE ENDLESS HOURS OF ENJOYMENT ON THE ORIGINAL HP42. A GAME FOR THE WHOLE HOME SKOOL FAMILY.

MUD BRICK FENCES, CRICIFIXES, BARN DOORS, KNODDING DARWINS, IMITATION TURIN SHROUDS, TURNIP TRUCKS, MINIATURE PLASTIC ARKS,  MOVING GOAL POSTS AND BAGGY DEBATE GRADE HORSE HAIR SWEATERS CAN BE PURCHASED ONLINE FROM OUR TRINKET SHOP.


POTW!!!! :) :)

I can almost see DaveScott drooling, licking cheesy poofs off his fingers and typing this in Teh Floating Command Center...

added in edit:  k.e. - Good deal on your recent change of meds... I can almost understand what you're saying!

just beer mate.

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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 25 2011,10:25   

i just laughed my absolute guts out

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

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

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

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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 25 2011,12:33   

Quote (Erasmus, FCD @ Aug. 25 2011,09:25)
i just laughed my absolute guts out

That sounds painful!

  
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