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stevestory



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(Permalink) Posted: June 21 2007,19:36   

http://mensnewsdaily.com/2007....umanism

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Linda Kimball
Can America Survive Evolutionary Humanism?

June 19, 2007 at 11:48 am · Filed under Vox Populi

In addition to original Darwinism, today there are two other versions of evolutionary theory:  punctuated equilibrium and neo-Darwinism, a revamped version of the original Darwinism.  No matter the variant though, evolution serves as the creation myth for the theological and philosophical worldview of Evolutionary Humanism (Naturalism).


and it goes downhill from there.

   
someotherguy



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(Permalink) Posted: June 21 2007,20:03   

Dear God, I hope that woman does not have children.  She makes AFDave look. . .well, not normal, but slightly less tard-tastic, at least.

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stevestory



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(Permalink) Posted: June 21 2007,20:10   

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Finally, Evolutionary Humanism posits the notion that despite the fact that man is “but fish made over…” there are in fact, some exceptions to this rule.  For it happens---by chance of course---that some lucky ‘species’ and ‘races’ of the human animal are more highly evolved (superior) and therefore enlightened than the others, who are---unluckily for them---less evolved and as a consequence, subhuman.  Paired to this view is the idea that if a species or race does not continue to evolve (progress up the evolutionary ladder), it will become extinct.


When I became moderator here they gave me a little badge to monitor my tard exposure. It just color-changed from white to green. Wonder what that means.

   
stevestory



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(Permalink) Posted: June 21 2007,20:16   

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Ominously, Evolutionary Humanism has also outstripped Judeo-Christian precepts in our universities, judiciary, federal bureaucracy, corporations, medicine, law, psychology, sociology, entertainment, news media and halls of Congress.  As Biocentrism it fuels the nonhuman animal rights project, the gay rights movement, radical feminism, and the increasingly powerful and influential green environmentalist program, which demands that
America submit to the draconian mandates of the Kyoto Treaty.


Oww....my liver...my...heart...so cold....fading fast....

Tell your wife... I loved her.

(passes out)

   
Ichthyic



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(Permalink) Posted: June 21 2007,20:33   

can i have your stuff?

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stevestory



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(Permalink) Posted: June 21 2007,20:38   

$2,000 in assets and $20,000 in (mostly student loan) debt? sure. Take it away.

   
Ichthyic



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(Permalink) Posted: June 21 2007,20:43   

ha, got you beat, I'd actually be stepping up if I took on (replaced mine) your current set of assets and debt.

scary, huh?

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J-Dog



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(Permalink) Posted: June 21 2007,21:15   

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ha, got you beat, I'd actually be stepping up if I took on (replaced mine) your current set of assets and debt.

scary, huh?

What?  Have you been studying up on the wrong kind of sharks... .loan sharks?

You need to go council Paris Hilton or Lindsey Lohan dude.

Hey, it worked for K-Fed.

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Ichthyic



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(Permalink) Posted: June 21 2007,21:30   

funny you mention that, because the very reason I'm not working on sharks at the moment is that there simply wasn't enough funding to continue.

but this really hasn't got much to do with evolutionary humanism.

and yeah, I need a sugar mama.

:D

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stevestory



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(Permalink) Posted: June 21 2007,21:38   

The phsychologists will tell you that nothing causes more stress in a guy's life than debt. And that was true for me. 20k in debt. People calling looking for their money. A few years ago having to charm a landlord into not throwing me on the streets because I was 4 months late on the rent. But at some point perspective hit. It might have been because of my friend Ryan. Much more successful than me, he was admitted to Harvard, while I had to talk my way into the physics program at NCSU. He graduated a few years ago with no job, no prospects, an English degree, and about $100,000 in debt. His dad was a laid-off chemical engineer, now working at a Subway. At some point perspective set in and I quit being worried about it.

   
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(Permalink) Posted: June 21 2007,21:52   

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When I became moderator here they gave me a little badge to monitor my tard exposure. It just color-changed from white to green. Wonder what that means.

OOOWww Green.  

Thats gota' hurt. Don't drive or operate heavy equipment.

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stevestory



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(Permalink) Posted: June 21 2007,21:57   

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When I became moderator here they gave me a little badge to monitor my tard exposure. It just color-changed from white to green. Wonder what that means.

OOOWww Green.  

Thats gota' hurt. Don't drive or operate heavy equipment.

Does a blender count as Heavy Equipment? I gotta make some margaritas. I do live in Chapel Hill, you know. Gotta keep the girls happy.

   
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(Permalink) Posted: June 21 2007,22:07   

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When I became moderator here they gave me a little badge to monitor my tard exposure. It just color-changed from white to green. Wonder what that means.

OOOWww Green.  

Thats gota' hurt. Don't drive or operate heavy equipment.

Does a blender count as Heavy Equipment? I gotta make some margaritas. I do live in Chapel Hill, you know. Gotta keep the girls happy.

 
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The chicken, unmarinated and baked, was too dry.


Not with cooking skills like that, you won't.  :angry:

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stevestory



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(Permalink) Posted: June 21 2007,22:09   

I admit, I have no skills. Anywho, I have to track down the wonderful woman who ran Alfie's in Raleigh--I think she went back to Canada--to get the perfect juicy recipe.

   
Stephen Elliott



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(Permalink) Posted: June 22 2007,12:03   

Quote (stevestory @ June 21 2007,19:36)
http://mensnewsdaily.com/2007....umanism

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Linda Kimball
Can America Survive Evolutionary Humanism?

June 19, 2007 at 11:48 am · Filed under Vox Populi

In addition to original Darwinism, today there are two other versions of evolutionary theory:  punctuated equilibrium and neo-Darwinism, a revamped version of the original Darwinism.  No matter the variant though, evolution serves as the creation myth for the theological and philosophical worldview of Evolutionary Humanism (Naturalism).


and it goes downhill from there.

FGS,
I did a google search on that name (Linda Kimball).
Got this.

http://www.google.co.uk/search?....+Search

First impression. She actually makes a living writing crap that crazy! Please, say it isn't so.

  
Stephen Elliott



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(Permalink) Posted: June 22 2007,12:09   

Quote (stevestory @ June 21 2007,21:38)
The phsychologists will tell you that (1)nothing causes more stress in a guy's life than debt. And that was true for me. 20k in debt. People calling looking for their money. A few years ago having to charm a landlord into not throwing me on the streets because I was 4 months late on the rent. But at some point perspective hit. It might have been because of my friend Ryan. Much more successful than me, he was admitted to Harvard, while I had to talk my way into the physics program at NCSU. He graduated a few years ago with no job, no prospects, an English degree, and about $100,000 in debt. His dad was a laid-off chemical engineer, now working at a Subway. (2)At some point perspective set in and I quit being worried about it.

(1) I would say close but not quite " nothing causes more stress". I can think of a few things that caused me more, but debt was a bastard.

(2) I never managed to achieve that. Being in debt bugged the Hell out of me. Luckily that is no longer an issue in my life. I aint rich but I aint in debt either (God, I hated it).

  
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