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Zarquon



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(Permalink) Posted: May 25 2007,22:05   

With thanks to Denialism and Stranger Fruit for the idea, here's my LOLcordova:

  
Kristine



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(Permalink) Posted: May 25 2007,22:56   

LOL!

I'm in yr bedroom

Shamin' yr biologeez
BUY MY BOOK

(Okay, that wasn't great.) :)

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(Permalink) Posted: May 26 2007,10:47   


   
GCT



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(Permalink) Posted: May 26 2007,12:59   

Quote (stevestory @ May 26 2007,11:47)

All you're evilution are belong to us!!!!!!!11111

  
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(Permalink) Posted: May 26 2007,13:30   

IM IN UR SKOOLZ

DUMMING UR KIDZ

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(Permalink) Posted: May 26 2007,16:46   

http://scienceblogs.com/strangerfruit/loldembski.jpg


   
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(Permalink) Posted: May 26 2007,16:59   







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(Permalink) Posted: May 26 2007,17:20   

I don't think this one really needs further commentary...



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(Permalink) Posted: May 26 2007,17:30   

Quote (stevestory @ May 26 2007,16:46)
http://scienceblogs.com/strangerfruit/loldembski.jpg


You didn't post this??



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(Permalink) Posted: May 26 2007,17:37   

Ooh, I found another!

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(Permalink) Posted: May 26 2007,17:57   



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(Permalink) Posted: May 26 2007,18:20   



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(Permalink) Posted: May 26 2007,18:35   



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stevestory



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(Permalink) Posted: May 26 2007,19:00   

Quote (Lou FCD @ May 26 2007,19:20)

LOL!

   
stevestory



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(Permalink) Posted: May 26 2007,19:02   

Quote (Arden Chatfield @ May 26 2007,18:37)
Ooh, I found another!

And on the side of that page is a link to another:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/77852265@N00/514786721/in/photostream/

   
stevestory



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(Permalink) Posted: May 26 2007,19:13   


   
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(Permalink) Posted: May 26 2007,20:39   

This is a site for building LOLcreationists, posted here for your convenience (also for ur LOL*s)

And credit/blame where it's due to the LOL[blank] Patient Zero.

  
Ftk



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(Permalink) Posted: May 26 2007,21:33   

             


:p  :p  :p  :p  :p


Via prothesis

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(Permalink) Posted: May 26 2007,21:36   

Quote (Ftk @ May 26 2007,22:33)

LOL!

   
Arden Chatfield



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(Permalink) Posted: May 26 2007,22:05   

I recognize Hitchens and Dawkins but who are the rest?

I'd love to hear the story behind how Hitchens' shirt got all wet.

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(Permalink) Posted: May 26 2007,22:06   

Quote (stevestory @ May 26 2007,16:46)
http://scienceblogs.com/strangerfruit/loldembski.jpg


We could start a whole thread just about Dembski's decision to wear that sweater.  :O

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(Permalink) Posted: May 26 2007,22:24   

Quote (Arden Chatfield @ May 26 2007,23:06)
Quote (stevestory @ May 26 2007,16:46)
http://scienceblogs.com/strangerfruit/loldembski.jpg


We could start a whole thread just about Dembski's decision to wear that sweater.  :O

When I see that sweater, words like 'ghastly' spring to mind.

   
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(Permalink) Posted: May 26 2007,22:42   


  
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(Permalink) Posted: May 26 2007,23:01   

Quote (Jasper @ May 26 2007,22:42)

HAWT.

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(Permalink) Posted: May 26 2007,23:05   

Quote (Richardthughes @ May 27 2007,00:01)
Quote (Jasper @ May 26 2007,22:42)

HAWT.

I would make some bitchy comments here about bangs, but I'm afraid Richardthughes would drop Arden and start focusing on me.

   
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(Permalink) Posted: May 26 2007,23:13   



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"You magnificent bastard! " : Louis
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"...it was Richardthughes making me lie in bed.." : Kristine

  
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(Permalink) Posted: May 26 2007,23:18   

Quote (stevestory @ May 26 2007,23:05)
Quote (Richardthughes @ May 27 2007,00:01)
Quote (Jasper @ May 26 2007,22:42)

HAWT.

I would make some bitchy comments here about bangs, but I'm afraid Richardthughes would drop Arden and start focusing on me.

ALRIGHT SHUT UP AND LISTEN CAUSE I'M TALKIN. THERE WILL BE HOMO PROFILES IN MY 2000TH POST. RADEN CHATTERBOX AND STEVE STERNBERGER SORRY WILL BOTH BE PROFILED.



HOMOS.

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(Permalink) Posted: May 26 2007,23:18   

Ooooh, love Dawk with the Christmas tree. Was he one of the presents? :)

Immune 2 temptation!

If I ever getz any...

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(Permalink) Posted: May 26 2007,23:36   

BELLY DANCERS?

BURN AT STAKE!
:p

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(Permalink) Posted: May 27 2007,02:10   

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RADEN CHATTERBOX AND STEVE STERNBERGER SORRY WILL BOTH BE PROFILED.


HA! I escaped!

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(Permalink) Posted: May 27 2007,02:29   

I wouldn't exactly say "escaped".

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Ftk



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(Permalink) Posted: May 27 2007,08:51   

:angry:  :angry:  :angry:  :(

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Kristine



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(Permalink) Posted: May 27 2007,09:09   

Friggin' LOLcatbuilder won't work for me.

Here's one for Ftk.

MOUSETRAPZ?

WE EVOLVD! :)

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(Permalink) Posted: May 27 2007,09:23   



Oh noes, its ceiling tard!!!!!!!!!!!!!1111111oneoneoneone

  
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(Permalink) Posted: May 27 2007,09:31   

Quote

When I see that sweater, words like 'ghastly' spring to mind.


I was kind of surprised by the sweater. That June 17th in Haverford was hot and humid. I had planned to present in my suit coat, but had to settle for setting the coat aside.

Would there be some interest in the other pictures I took at that meeting?

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(Permalink) Posted: May 27 2007,10:42   

Quote (Ftk @ May 27 2007,08:51)
:angry:  :angry:  :angry:  :(

Thought you stormed out all in a huff . . . . ?

Back already?

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(Permalink) Posted: May 27 2007,11:13   

Quote (Wesley R. Elsberry @ May 27 2007,08:31)

Quote

When I see that sweater, words like 'ghastly' spring to mind.


I was kind of surprised by the sweater. That June 17th in Haverford was hot and humid. I had planned to present in my suit coat, but had to settle for setting the coat aside.

Would there be some interest in the other pictures I took at that meeting?
Ooh, yeah! :) I think I saw some video of that debate, would it kill wMAD to smile once or twice...?

Dial "L" for LOL! :D


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(Permalink) Posted: May 27 2007,11:41   

Quote (Ichthyic @ May 27 2007,02:10)
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RADEN CHATTERBOX AND STEVE STERNBERGER SORRY WILL BOTH BE PROFILED.


HA! I escaped!

KNOW YOU DIDNT, FISHBOY.

:angry:

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(Permalink) Posted: May 27 2007,11:47   

Quote ("Rev Dr" Lenny Flank @ May 27 2007,10:42)
Quote (Ftk @ May 27 2007,08:51)
:angry:  :angry:  :angry:  :(

Thought you stormed out all in a huff . . . . ?

Back already?

FtK misses the flirting and sexytime.

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(Permalink) Posted: May 27 2007,12:04   

I'm an ID theorist and I have only one peer-reviewed paper. :p

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(Permalink) Posted: May 27 2007,12:06   

What a coincidence.
I was making some lolcats right before I came here.






after: http://icanhascheezburger.com/2007/01/11/hay-guise-im-an-indian-lol/

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(Permalink) Posted: May 27 2007,12:11   

Gosh, Dembski definitely looks like me.  :O

  
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(Permalink) Posted: May 27 2007,12:17   

Quote (jeannot @ May 27 2007,12:11)
Gosh, Dembski definitely looks like me.  :O

You don't own a big floppy sweater four sizes too big for you, do you?  :O



Come to think of it, I've never seen you two photographed together... :angry:

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(Permalink) Posted: May 27 2007,12:19   

Gawd, stop me, this is addictive:
:)

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(Permalink) Posted: May 27 2007,12:26   


  
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(Permalink) Posted: May 27 2007,12:28   

Quote (Arden Chatfield @ May 27 2007,12:17)
Quote (jeannot @ May 27 2007,12:11)
Gosh, Dembski definitely looks like me.  :O

You don't own a big floppy sweater four sizes too big for you, do you?  :O

Thanks gawd, no!

  
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(Permalink) Posted: May 27 2007,12:33   



[edit: With many thanks to GCT for the idea]

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(Permalink) Posted: May 27 2007,13:13   



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(Permalink) Posted: May 27 2007,13:56   

Quote (Arden Chatfield @ May 26 2007,22:06)
Quote (stevestory @ May 26 2007,16:46)
http://scienceblogs.com/strangerfruit/loldembski.jpg


We could start a whole thread just about Dembski's decision to wear that sweater.  :O

The sweater's pretty clearly a faux academic robe.

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(Permalink) Posted: May 27 2007,14:32   

LOL alot. Thanks, guys and gals. Keep em coming.

  
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(Permalink) Posted: May 27 2007,15:38   

Oooh, oooh, can I play too?






  
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(Permalink) Posted: May 27 2007,16:07   

Quote (Farland @ May 27 2007,15:38)
Oooh, oooh, can I play too?






Welcome Farland..


That was certainly worth delurking for!

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(Permalink) Posted: May 27 2007,17:08   

We is on PZzes blogs makin fun of youre Creationists!!!!1111

  
stevestory



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(Permalink) Posted: May 27 2007,17:24   

Oh god the one someone at PZ's blog made is just too good not to repost:


   
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(Permalink) Posted: May 27 2007,19:03   

Quote (stevestory @ May 27 2007,17:24)
Oh god the one someone at PZ's blog made is just too good not to repost:


That is the best one yet.  It deserves a tribute.



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(Permalink) Posted: May 27 2007,19:20   

Someone here also is darwinoid at fark.

http://forums.fark.com/cgi/fark/comments.pl?IDLink=2816248

or maybe not

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(Permalink) Posted: May 27 2007,19:23   

Quote (phonon @ May 27 2007,20:20)
Someone here also is darwinoid at fark.

http://forums.fark.com/cgi/fark/comments.pl?IDLink=2816248

or maybe not

I don't see 'darwinoid' at that link.

   
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(Permalink) Posted: May 27 2007,19:26   

Quote (stevestory @ May 27 2007,19:23)
Quote (phonon @ May 27 2007,20:20)
Someone here also is darwinoid at fark.

http://forums.fark.com/cgi/fark/comments.pl?IDLink=2816248

or maybe not

I don't see 'darwinoid' at that link.

Shiat, i clicked the thread below it by mistake.

Here it is

http://forums.fark.com/cgi/fark/comments.pl?IDLink=2828448


I also love this one from:
http://scienceblogs.com/denialism/2007/05/lol_creationists.php


and my latest, done just now


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(Permalink) Posted: May 27 2007,19:36   

LOL at that fark link:


   
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(Permalink) Posted: May 27 2007,20:21   

 :O

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(Permalink) Posted: May 28 2007,03:08   

Quote (stevestory @ May 27 2007,19:36)
LOL at that fark link:


ROFL

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(Permalink) Posted: May 28 2007,14:01   

I think Rexie's bright red eye puts it over the top for me.

   
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(Permalink) Posted: May 28 2007,14:22   

i dunno, I keep thinking there should be Jurassic Park theme music playing in the background every time I look at it.

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(Permalink) Posted: May 29 2007,13:37   



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Ichthyic



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(Permalink) Posted: May 29 2007,14:41   

oooh, that's gud.

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(Permalink) Posted: May 29 2007,16:16   



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(Permalink) Posted: May 29 2007,16:54   

perfect, except you forgot the "purse".

damn, this thread is showing some fine creativity.

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GCT



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(Permalink) Posted: May 29 2007,17:05   


CSI!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!111111111111111111

  
Lou FCD



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(Permalink) Posted: May 29 2007,17:06   

Quote (Ichthyic @ May 29 2007,16:54)
perfect, except you forgot the "purse".

damn, this thread is showing some fine creativity.

Crap.  It was just the first image facing about the right direction I found.  Didn't even occur to me that the purse might be absent.

It was quick and dirty anyway, I guess now I'll have to do a refined version, just for fun...

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(Permalink) Posted: May 29 2007,17:23   



Better.

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(Permalink) Posted: May 29 2007,17:31   

the purse color clashes with the purple.

*sigh*

:p

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(Permalink) Posted: May 29 2007,17:35   

I like red and purple!  :)

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(Permalink) Posted: May 29 2007,17:37   

and what on earth does a witch know about style?

i mean seriously, red eyes, green face.

ugh.

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(Permalink) Posted: May 29 2007,17:42   

Does Kristine weigh the same as a duck?  Has anyone checked?

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(Permalink) Posted: May 29 2007,18:44   

For Kristine



Their eyes met across a crowded iguana.

Louis

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(Permalink) Posted: May 29 2007,19:14   

Could ya make that a little bigger, Louis?  It's kinda small and hard to see...

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(Permalink) Posted: May 29 2007,20:26   

yes, time to experiment with the "resize" function in GIMP.

try the "bicubic smoother" algorithm.

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(Permalink) Posted: May 30 2007,03:55   

Oooops! Rookie mistake!

Sorry everyone. The huge image has been resized. (I made it so large so Kristine could kiss it. Honest. No, really. Me? Fuck up? I won't hear of such a thing)

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(Permalink) Posted: May 30 2007,09:31   

Had to register just to have a go.


  
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(Permalink) Posted: May 30 2007,09:33   

Quote (Runolfr @ May 30 2007,09:31)
Had to register just to have a go.

Good start!

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(Permalink) Posted: May 30 2007,10:06   

Now that sir, is classic.

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(Permalink) Posted: May 30 2007,10:56   



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(Permalink) Posted: May 30 2007,11:44   

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Lou, where are the dinosaurs. Lets be historically accurate at least.......

  
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(Permalink) Posted: May 30 2007,12:52   

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Their eyes met across a crowded iguana.


You ain't kiddin'!

Blow up your avatar, Louis, I'll kiss you for that...
:)

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(Permalink) Posted: May 30 2007,13:00   

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LOL at that fark link:


Loads of funny stuff but this is my favourite so far. LO fuckin L!

  
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[quote=Lou FCD,May 30 2007,11:12]
Lou, where are the dinosaurs. Lets be historically accurate at least.......

It was a rush job, I had some errands I hadda run.  Might fix that later, just for you.

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(Permalink) Posted: May 30 2007,14:44   

Where that Louis avatar be at?


Witch is ready for her kiss.

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(Permalink) Posted: May 30 2007,14:50   

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Had to register just to have a go.


Quality.

Same biblical "kind"...?




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(Permalink) Posted: May 30 2007,14:58   

At your command oh witchy one:



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(Permalink) Posted: May 30 2007,15:46   

How fickle and shameless I am...when on family-oriented websites the birdies lay their eggs in private. You have to travel to the Galapagos to see them up close.


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(Permalink) Posted: May 30 2007,16:11   

You know, this is why Christians won't come here and participate.  LOLcreationists?  Isn't that a little imature for such a serious topic?  What juvenile humor.  I guess when you run out of good arguments you resort to making fun of your adversary.

What's next, a flash video of Dembski and his crew complete with fart noises?

No one on the creation side would...oh, shoot, never mind.

   
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(Permalink) Posted: May 30 2007,16:35   

Shaking a finger at everyone, or is there a list? :)

Well, I may as well be hung for a sheep as a lamb!



Oh now I've done it.

Remember who called me a "traitor" once. ;) (I'm not a traitor, I just didn't want to leave somebody all alone in the LOLcats den because I also had problems with it.)

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(Permalink) Posted: May 30 2007,16:41   

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Shaking a finger at everyone, or is there a list? :)

Well, I may as well be hung for a sheep as a lamb!



Oh now I've done it.

Remember who called me a "traitor" once. ;) (I'm not a traitor, I just didn't want to leave somebody all alone in the LOLcats den because I also had problems with it.)

Iz which:



Can I has spellz? No. Is violatez Mefodologik nachuralizm.

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(Permalink) Posted: May 30 2007,17:26   

Spelz, schmelz. I can haz cheezeburgerz! :)

And see how nice I am? I shar'd it with Adam (when Eve wasn't looking) 'cause the animalz waz being mean!

That's cool, right? I pick'd it off a tree and gave it to him. I mean, it grows on a tree, itz free, rite?



Teh witch did a good deed, huh?  :p

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(Permalink) Posted: May 30 2007,17:59   

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How fickle and shameless I am...when on family-oriented websites the birdies lay their eggs in private. You have to travel to the Galapagos to see them up close.


hmm, then how come i see the birdies pictured laying eggs every day over on UD?

those are always rotten eggs, though, so maybe the fertile ones are laid in private, as you suggest...

must have something to do with the super-secret ID research.

did you see any evidence of that super-secret ID research in the Galapagos?

or was it just more rotten eggs?

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(Permalink) Posted: May 30 2007,18:02   

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What's next, a flash video of Dembski and his crew complete with fart noises?


no, that was first.

kinda the point, but then I'm just pointing to your point, pointedly, like someone else pointed out in a different point.

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(Permalink) Posted: May 30 2007,22:43   

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no, that was first.

kinda the point, but then I'm just pointing to your point, pointedly, like someone else pointed out in a different point.

Thanks for noticing Ichy.  I thought I was being witty, but everyone seems much more concerned with flirting with Kristine than giving me the ego boost of laughing at my jokes.

Thanks for pointing that out.

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(Permalink) Posted: May 30 2007,22:54   

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You're a good Christian.


yup.  I'm one of the only TRUE xians:

atheists.

all you other xians are just... wrong.

so there.

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(Permalink) Posted: May 30 2007,23:53   



Why I learned to play the oud.  Do me in 6:8 babay!

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Why I learned to play the oud.  Do me in 6:8 babay!

PHHHHHFFF. WALTZER.




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(Permalink) Posted: May 31 2007,01:03   

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Why I learned to play the oud.  Do me in 6:8 babay!

PHHHHHFFF. WALTZER.
:angry:

You forget the zills.

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Why I learned to play the oud.  Do me in 6:8 babay!

PHHHHHFFF. WALTZER.
:angry:

You forget the zills.

and "manic depression".

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(Permalink) Posted: May 31 2007,11:09   

Y'know what'd be cool?  If someone took the time to make creobot skins for the bots in Unreal Tournament (UT '99, coz 2003 sucked, and though I like the new game types in 2k4 (Onslaught RULZZZZZZ!!!!!11one11one), it plays like 2k3 unfortunately.  '99 is still the shitte.  Lookin' forward to 2k7.)

Just sayin'.

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(Permalink) Posted: May 31 2007,11:41   

Now now, why stoop to their level?  I mean they only produced that game last year in which you could run around killing unbelievers.

Can any comic genius come up with a Princess Bride one?  I'm thinking the Sicilian saying something superficially intelligent.

  
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(Permalink) Posted: May 31 2007,12:20   

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What's next, a flash video of Dembski and his crew complete with fart noises?


no, that was first.

kinda the point, but then I'm just pointing to your point, pointedly, like someone else pointed out in a different point.

Thanks for noticing Ichy.  I thought I was being witty, but everyone seems much more concerned with flirting with Kristine than giving me the ego boost of laughing at my jokes.

Thanks for pointing that out.

You're a good Christian.

I laughed! I laffed a real big laffy... :)

AT YOUR COMMAND, LOL LOU...
:D

I guess someone else will have to be the princess bride. :( :)

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(Permalink) Posted: May 31 2007,12:28   

WHOA!

Are you comparing yourself to Denyse "Church Lady" O'Leary?

Listen Kristine, normally I'd refrain from lowering myself to a comment on someone's physical appearance, but dudette, you aren't in the same species as that boot faced old troglodyte. Holy tap dancing Batman on vibrating dong, Kristine, Denyse is so ugly when she was born the doctor slapped her mother. I'm not saying she's ugly (well ok I am) because beauty is only skin deep, ugly on the other hand goes right to the fucking bone. Anyone can be ugly, Church Lady is abusing the privilege. If I had a dog that ugly I'd shave its arse and teach it to walk backwards. Enough ugly jokes?

You are VASTLY distant, by any objective or subjective measure of human female pulchritude, from the O'Leary woman.....even in you ARE a witch. Hmmmm I suspect that this was the purpose of your post...damn! I've been fooled by your wily feminine ways again.

Louis

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(Permalink) Posted: May 31 2007,12:53   

Quote (Louis @ May 31 2007,11:28)
WHOA!

Are you comparing yourself to Denyse "Church Lady" O'Leary?

Listen Kristine, normally I'd refrain from lowering myself to a comment on someone's physical appearance, but dudette, you aren't in the same species as that boot faced old troglodyte. Holy tap dancing Batman on vibrating dong, Kristine, Denyse is so ugly when she was born the doctor slapped her mother. I'm not saying she's ugly (well ok I am) because beauty is only skin deep, ugly on the other hand goes right to the fucking bone. Anyone can be ugly, Church Lady is abusing the privilege. If I had a dog that ugly I'd shave its arse and teach it to walk backwards. Enough ugly jokes?

You are VASTLY distant, by any objective or subjective measure of human female pulchritude, from the O'Leary woman.....even in you ARE a witch. Hmmmm I suspect that this was the purpose of your post...damn! I've been fooled by your wily feminine ways again.

Louis

Hey! You dissin' my Denyse suit? Can't you see that I'm on a mission to "pass" amongst them so's I canz getz into duh Creashun Moozeum fer freez? Ans my soot no gud? I work'd hard on dis!

Dang.  :angry:

(No, all kidding aside, your comment is very much appreciated, Louis. :) I was giving it back to a teaser on another thread. Plus, I figured I owed Denyse one, since I have lowered myself myself.)

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(Permalink) Posted: May 31 2007,15:41   

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Now now, why stoop to their level?  I mean they only produced that game last year in which you could run around killing unbelievers.

Can any comic genius come up with a Princess Bride one?  I'm thinking the Sicilian saying something superficially intelligent.

As it happens, UT bots are very customizable, and I do in fact have one that uses a voice pack of clips from The Princess Bride, so when he kills someone he taunts them with "Never go in against a Sicilian when death is on the line" or "My way's not very sportsmanlike" or one of several other clips.

Interestingly enough, that particular bot's name (out of the box, I didn't change it) is Ichthys.  Hmmmm...

I also have various and sundry models, skins, and voice packs of Buffy, Yoda, Picard, Data, Worf, MP & the Holy Grail, etc. that clever little fans have made and shared.  It's quite the menagerie upon which to release my stress from time to time.

I confess, I really enjoy ultra-violent first person shooter type video games if they're done well.  I suppose I have to hand in my PeaceLuvinHippie ID Card now don't I?  Bummer.

(Now where did I put that Doom CD?)

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(Permalink) Posted: May 31 2007,19:50   

the talent level is rising...

that last one had me on the floor.

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Having looked at that photo a number of times, and trying to guess based on the height of the photographer and the truck, I'm putting Davescot around 5'7-5'8.

   
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(Permalink) Posted: May 31 2007,23:33   

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When I see that sweater, words like 'ghastly' spring to mind.


I was kind of surprised by the sweater. That June 17th in Haverford was hot and humid. I had planned to present in my suit coat, but had to settle for setting the coat aside.

Would there be some interest in the other pictures I took at that meeting?

Post 'em, Wes.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 01 2007,10:27   

Once more for the Hamster!

:D

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(Permalink) Posted: June 01 2007,11:33   

Quote (Louis @ May 31 2007,12:28)
WHOA!

Are you comparing yourself to Denyse "Church Lady" O'Leary?

Listen Kristine, normally I'd refrain from lowering myself to a comment on someone's physical appearance, but dudette, you aren't in the same species as that boot faced old troglodyte. Holy tap dancing Batman on vibrating dong, Kristine, Denyse is so ugly when she was born the doctor slapped her mother. I'm not saying she's ugly (well ok I am) because beauty is only skin deep, ugly on the other hand goes right to the fucking bone. Anyone can be ugly, Church Lady is abusing the privilege. If I had a dog that ugly I'd shave its arse and teach it to walk backwards. Enough ugly jokes?

You are VASTLY distant, by any objective or subjective measure of human female pulchritude, from the O'Leary woman.....even in you ARE a witch. Hmmmm I suspect that this was the purpose of your post...damn! I've been fooled by your wily feminine ways again.

Louis

I second Louis's excellent use of diction and scansion, and recognition of common sense and beauty. It's what separates us from the animals... No, not YOU Denyse!

Come on Kristine!  Plus you have a couple of other good "points" going for you...(Hey I AM a caveman after all - what the hell do you expect?)

To say nothin of brain power, shimmy power (reportedly) and what has to be 1,000% better sense of humor!~

Topic of discussion:  Densyse O'Leary - Totally butt ugly, or proof of evolutionary retrogression?

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(Permalink) Posted: June 01 2007,12:56   

Lucky Denyse.


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(Permalink) Posted: June 01 2007,14:55   

Kris-

your new pic upload site doesn't seem to be showing your pics, at least for me.

anybody else see broken thumbnails for Kris' most recent?

edit:

ah, nvmd, just took a while for them to show up.

move along.

BTW, speaking of Coulter, I was visiting the local library today, and noticed they had "Godless" for sale, for 5.00.

I asked the clerk if I gave him 2.00 to buy the book and then rip it up, would he go for that?

"hell yes, she's a complete evil idiot" was the response.

*SMILE*

one less chance to corrupt young folks.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 01 2007,16:02   

I can has sauce pikchures?

K thnx Bai.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 01 2007,16:28   

This one cracks me up unaltered!





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(Permalink) Posted: June 01 2007,16:41   

[hypocrisy] Now, now, Ichthyic, as a library student I cannot condone the ripping up of books! [/hypocrisy]
*Giggle* :)
What the hell does that say in magnet letters above, "Necessit catc?" Huh?


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Okay, just one more. :)

Did anyone else besides Pat Hayes at RSR and me notice this, by the way?


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(Permalink) Posted: June 01 2007,17:20   

OK, those Biola pics were just too tempting.



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(Permalink) Posted: June 03 2007,13:24   

Quote (Richardthughes @ June 01 2007,16:02)
I can has sauce pikchures?

K thnx Bai.

Is it me or does Berlinksy look alot like this guy

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Quote (Kristine @ June 01 2007,17:55)

Is that picture on the right an exhibit? It looks like the poor chap landed in that position after falling out of a plane!

  
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(Permalink) Posted: June 03 2007,14:42   

LOL, 2nd hit GISing for "creation museum paleontologist display"



And you know, stuffed paleontologists can be relied on to toe the party line...

  
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(Permalink) Posted: June 03 2007,15:16   

I wonder how the jerkwad on the rght stuck his knee in the plaster. What a dolt.

The old guy on the left won't be walking at the end of the day.  (hint: get knee pads at your local construction contractor's shop)!

If they even had actors sitting there, they would learn some practical points.

Also, only total amateurs would expose so much bone before jacketing. All the vert processes are going to be destroyed as are the ribs, left femur, etc ...  Next, there is not the slightest reason to be using brushes in that stage of excavation except to slop on glyptal (I prefer polyurathane).  I see no picks, shovels, sledge hammers, breaking bars etc...  Just a few rock hammers, brushes and a garden trowel.  (second hint: we laugh at people with garden trowels- use a Marshalltown or be a jerk).

In excavation of a human burial different proceedures are required, most bone is exposed in sito along with associated burial goods, food offerings etc...

In that case, you need wooden or soft plastic tools, and spray bottles along with the rest of the usual stuff.

The area should have been pedestaled, and slot trenches placed between the larger anatomical units to be removed as blocks. The large nails serve no purpose as placed.

This is actually a beautiful example of how amateurs think an excavation should look like.

Edited by Dr.GH on June 03 2007,15:28

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(Permalink) Posted: June 03 2007,20:52   

Add to that the fact that, according to a reporter for Esquire, the saddles on the dinosaurs at Hammie's "museum" are hornless English saddles, not really meant for riding but for dressage competitions and stakes races.
:)

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It looks like the poor chap landed in that position after falling out of a plane!

Ved you gave me an idea! Animated cartoon: Willy E. (Dembski) Coyote versus Evo-road Runner!

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(Permalink) Posted: June 03 2007,20:58   

YEAH! "HORNY ENGLISH SADDLES". NOW THAT'S WHAT I'M A TALKING 'BOUT.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 04 2007,06:09   

Quote (Kristine @ June 03 2007,20:52)
Add to that the fact that, according to a reporter for Esquire, the saddles on the dinosaurs at Hammie's "museum" are hornless English saddles, not really meant for riding but for dressage competitions and stakes races.
:)


Yes, a big old roping saddle makes soooooo much more sense.

EDIT:  With further thought, I think it makes far more sense that early humans would have ridden dinosaurs in English saddles.  The western saddle is a generally utilitarian saddle developed for ranch work.  The horn, in particular, was added to aid in such work.  The cowboy had more control of a roped cow when he dallied, or looped, the rope around the horn.  Now, since in those early days, all of God's creatures were vegetarian, if follows that there was no ranching.  Therefore, there was no roping of cattle and, follow me here, no need for a horn on any saddle.  Ipso Facto, Adam probably rode in an English saddle.  QED.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 04 2007,08:30   

Quote (carlsonjok @ June 04 2007,06:09)
 
Quote (Kristine @ June 03 2007,20:52)
Add to that the fact that, according to a reporter for Esquire, the saddles on the dinosaurs at Hammie's "museum" are hornless English saddles, not really meant for riding but for dressage competitions and stakes races.
:)

Yes, a big old roping saddle makes soooooo much more sense.

EDIT:  With further thought, I think it makes far more sense that early humans would have ridden dinosaurs in English saddles.  The western saddle is a generally utilitarian saddle developed for ranch work.  The horn, in particular, was added to aid in such work.  The cowboy had more control of a roped cow when he dallied, or looped, the rope around the horn.  Now, since in those early days, all of God's creatures were vegetarian, if follows that there was no ranching.  Therefore, there was no roping of cattle and, follow me here, no need for a horn on any saddle.  Ipso Facto, Adam probably rode in an English saddle.  QED.

But are the saddles made of leather?  Or coconut meat?

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(Permalink) Posted: June 04 2007,08:37   

Hang on a minute, have they actually put saddles on the dinosaurs?  

So why then did saddles not make a reappearance until, ummm, something like 1500 years ago.  (That date is provisional, i shall have to check it later)

Could it be that the knowledge was lost in the flood?  But then why are there no fossilised saddles alongside dinosaurs?

  
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(Permalink) Posted: June 04 2007,14:29   

Quote (guthrie @ June 04 2007,08:37)
Hang on a minute, have they actually put saddles on the dinosaurs?  

So why then did saddles not make a reappearance until, ummm, something like 1500 years ago.  (That date is provisional, i shall have to check it later)

Could it be that the knowledge was lost in the flood?  But then why are there no fossilised saddles alongside dinosaurs?

There are no fossilized saddles, because  they were Magic Saddles ™, and Adam & Eve didn't MAKE the saddles - they Leased the sadles.  After The Fall, the lease went unpaid, so God  repossessed them.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 04 2007,15:20   

I can't see any of the images hosted by the lolcats site (hxxp://www.kscakes.com.nyud.net:8080/LolCats/Uploads/Saved/)

Maybe it has something to do with that :8080 business?

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(Permalink) Posted: June 04 2007,15:42   

8080 specifies the port.  shouldn't make any difference one way or the other.

are you sure you are listing the address correctly?

ah, nvmd, it appears even using the direct link to the domain results in a DNS error.

sounds like a server issue.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 04 2007,17:23   

Quote (J-Dog @ June 04 2007,13:29)

Quote (guthrie @ June 04 2007,08:37)
Hang on a minute, have they actually put saddles on the dinosaurs?  

So why then did saddles not make a reappearance until, ummm, something like 1500 years ago.  (That date is provisional, i shall have to check it later)

Could it be that the knowledge was lost in the flood?  But then why are there no fossilised saddles alongside dinosaurs?

There are no fossilized saddles, because  they were Magic Saddles ™, and Adam & Eve didn't MAKE the saddles - they Leased the sadles.  After The Fall, the lease went unpaid, so God  repossessed them.

:D Kind of like how this is a rent-to-revelation planet?

I think I've figured it out. Dinosaur saddles only had horns after the Fall. And God repossessed them? Is that why He's been acting so creepy lately? :) (Does God become Satan after He repossesses something? Good question.)

LOLcatbuilder is down.  :(

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I don't have the same creativity that all of you have, so please go easy on me.



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(Permalink) Posted: June 05 2007,21:58   

Quote (Paul Flocken @ June 05 2007,11:09)
I don't have the same creativity that all of you have, so please go easy on me.


Don't sell yourself short Judge, you're a terrible slouch!...

But seriously, Dembski in his New lab is excellent.  You did a great job capturing the essence of the man, the myth, the legend that is Dr. Dr. Dembksi.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 05 2007,22:43   

Keep 'em coming.  Don't be shy.

I like them all.   :D

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(Permalink) Posted: June 06 2007,00:52   



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(Permalink) Posted: June 08 2007,10:56   

Is that Teddy Roosevelt? :)

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(Permalink) Posted: June 08 2007,11:06   

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Is that Teddy Roosevelt? :)

No, that is Noah, apparently out rounding up the animals two-by-two before the flood waters get too high.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 08 2007,11:19   

Quote (carlsonjok @ June 08 2007,11:06)
Quote (Kristine @ June 08 2007,10:56)
Is that Teddy Roosevelt? :)

No, that is Noah, apparently out rounding up the animals two-by-two before the flood waters get too high.

Nice Chaps Noah. I'm sure you're a big hit at the Blue Oyster

  
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(Permalink) Posted: June 09 2007,23:59   

I didn't even make this one - it was just out there. :)

This is dedicated to J-Dog.


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(Permalink) Posted: June 10 2007,00:10   

Now remember, that's dedicated to, not aimed at!

OMnG! I didn't make this one, either! :D


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(Permalink) Posted: June 10 2007,02:50   

that feline has SERIOUS issues.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 11 2007,10:43   

Creationist chemistry (unaltered)



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(Permalink) Posted: June 11 2007,10:53   

Quote (Kristine @ June 09 2007,23:59)
I didn't even make this one - it was just out there. :)

This is dedicated to J-Dog.

Thanks.. I think.  I could make some great comments, but I think this post would then wind up on the Bathroom Wall, so you will have to make up your OWN smutty, yet funny comments!

ps:  I'm thinking that the effect might be enhanced, if the brownies get done in time... a little experimentation might be in order.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 12 2007,11:28   

http://lol.ianloic.com/

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(Permalink) Posted: June 13 2007,14:32   

From here



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(Permalink) Posted: June 13 2007,15:39   

LOL!  :D

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(Permalink) Posted: June 14 2007,08:48   


I iz mynin da quotez!!!!

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(Permalink) Posted: June 14 2007,08:56   

Quote (SpaghettiSawUs @ June 14 2007,08:48)

I iz mynin da quotez!!!!

Big LOL on that one!

Hey Spags, you should lurk over at RD.net this morning.  There's actually some productive dialog going on with Moderator Kevin (FINALLY!!).  Not that RD's Victorian prude attitudes will change, but at least it's being discussed.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 14 2007,09:01   

Hi OA...
problem is can't lurk when banned - it requests sign in even to view the forums.
The buggers.
Should I do the naughty thing?

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(Permalink) Posted: June 14 2007,09:39   

Welcum 2 teh lessonz!!

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(Permalink) Posted: June 14 2007,10:04   

Teh lessonz, day 2:


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(Permalink) Posted: June 14 2007,11:07   

Yoikz!! I iz @ teh wr0ng c0nfernse...



... wiv teh scooby fanz!!!


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(Permalink) Posted: June 14 2007,11:14   

teh AFDavian "Kwontum Buck1t Thery":

"...teh buck1t can n0t b observd on teh head an off teh head s1mltaniusly..."


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(Permalink) Posted: June 14 2007,11:14   

Quote (SpaghettiSawUs @ June 14 2007,11:07)
Yoikz!! I iz @ teh wr0ng c0nfernse...



... wiv teh scooby fanz!!!

Jinkies!

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(Permalink) Posted: June 14 2007,11:26   





this is getting addictive.... I gotta stop ;)

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(Permalink) Posted: June 14 2007,11:52   

ok then, just one more....




...couldn't resist ;)

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(Permalink) Posted: June 14 2007,12:30   

No comment...



Can I stand this greasy man,
this porking porker Kenneth Ham?
No I cannot easily stand,
this lying bearded weasly man.
I do not like him, Sam I am,
I do not like green eggs and Ham.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 14 2007,12:47   



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(Permalink) Posted: June 15 2007,03:15   

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

You do NOT fuck with the trilogy!

Louis

P.S. That is brilliant though. One problem: never going to be able to have sexual fantasies about Princess Leia again. Or Yoda for that matter.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 15 2007,04:19   

^^The tard is strong with this one!

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(Permalink) Posted: June 15 2007,04:51   

Adam: the first construction worker...?


(I so love a woman with high Complexity Specification)

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(Permalink) Posted: June 15 2007,10:56   

Quote (Louis @ June 15 2007,03:15)
NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

You do NOT fuck with the trilogy!

Louis


Heh.  I did have 2nd thoughts before posting it, but then my photoshopping would've gone from mostly to complete waste of time.

As for the Limp Ire striking back, I think this is a good example.  I say Dembski is either directly lashing out against or trying to jump start his minions into answering this LOL thread.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 15 2007,10:59   

Quote (SpaghettiSawUs @ June 14 2007,12:47)

Now THAT is magic.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 15 2007,13:03   

Quote (Louis @ June 15 2007,03:15)
NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

You do NOT fuck with the trilogy!

Louis

P.S. That is brilliant though. One problem: never going to be able to have sexual fantasies about Princess Leia again. Or Yoda for that matter.

yup, brilliant.  Nice subtle touch with the "flagellar motor" lightsaber too.

and yup....

YEEEUCCCCCKKKK!!

D'oL...

gasp, *cough*

seriously though, a tiny bit of polish, and you could submit that as a magazine cover.

that is a marketable bit of art.

so maybe not such a waste of time after all?

again, seriously, you can trademark your artwork for free, and that is something I would claim trademark on like, RIGHT NOW, if I were you.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 15 2007,13:16   

Quote (SpaghettiSawUs @ June 14 2007,11:30)

No comment...



Can I stand this greasy man,
this porking porker Kenneth Ham?
No I cannot easily stand,
this lying bearded weasly man.
I do not like him, Sam I am,
I do not like green eggs and Ham.

*SHIMMY!*

Shimmy-shimmy to the Pesghetti Monster! Where did you come from? LOL! :D

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(Permalink) Posted: June 15 2007,13:50   

Kristine,

I just stood on the beach barefoot. Smiling, listening to Fat Freddy's Drop playing loud on the stage above the swaying crowd ahead of me. To my left the Firth of Thames lapped gently, across that the Coromandel Peninsula. Above me a full moon was casting silver streaks across the gentle ripples of the water. All around me was the warm embrace of His Noodly Appendage.

I've lurked here a while, since AFD appeared at RD.net and hijacked my attention. Ex-YECkie I'm afraid, couldn't leave the tard alone **fills nostrils with imagined scent of finest AiG matured quotemines**.

Decided that the people from over here who followed Dave over there were some of the toppest peeps on the inter-planet. After reading quite alot of the original AFD at their request (it was Louis's avatar what did it: wasn't it one of them Penn n Teller guys pointing and shouting at you? I had to come see what all the fuss was about) and their input over there I've checked in here every now and then but never really felt I had much to throw in so I lurked.

I've had more coffee down nose moments than I care to remember, and even now I chuckle at some classic OA/Argy/Ved line.

Anyways, nice to be a-board here finally, enjoying teh funnies.

Luvs,
Spags
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(Permalink) Posted: June 15 2007,13:54   

Quote (SpaghettiSawUs @ June 14 2007,12:47)

Jaysus, that guy used to make me laugh. Shame he aint around anymore.

  
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Quote (Gunthernacus @ June 14 2007,13:24)

Brilliant... yet flawed my young Jedi master.

Denyse should is most certainly best portrayed as Chewbacca...

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(Permalink) Posted: June 15 2007,14:06   

Tard Wars V was the best laugh I have had in over a week.

Thanks!

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(Permalink) Posted: June 15 2007,14:06   

Quote (Stephen Elliott @ June 15 2007,19:54)
Quote (SpaghettiSawUs @ June 14 2007,12:47)

Jaysus, that guy used to make me laugh. Shame he aint around anymore.

I remeber watching him die on stage when I was a kid.
Live from Her Majesty's presented IIRC by Jimmy Tarbuck at the time. He said "Ohh, I don't feel very well" in his usual voice and everyone creased up. As he lay down on the stage and put his coat over himself we were in hysterics. Then the curtain closed and it cut to the ads. My brother said "I think he's really dead", I think we all did. It puts the hairs on my neck up thinking of the quality of the performer.

Interestingly there was a guy on a UK show the other day (some talent show called "Britain's Got Talent") who so reminded me of the great man. Not of course that he was anything like him except in so far as you start out thinking "What's teh funny" but before you know it you just can't breathe, it's the funniest thing you've seen in ages.

Yeah, it is a shame Tommy aint around but think of it this way: if he were still here, then one of the greatest moments of comedy history would never have happened.

Cheers
Spags

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(Permalink) Posted: June 15 2007,14:34   

Quote (SpaghettiSawUs @ June 15 2007,14:06)
Quote (Stephen Elliott @ June 15 2007,19:54)
Quote (SpaghettiSawUs @ June 14 2007,12:47)

Jaysus, that guy used to make me laugh. Shame he aint around anymore.

I remeber watching him die on stage when I was a kid.
Live from Her Majesty's presented IIRC by Jimmy Tarbuck at the time. He said "Ohh, I don't feel very well" in his usual voice and everyone creased up. As he lay down on the stage and put his coat over himself we were in hysterics. Then the curtain closed and it cut to the ads. My brother said "I think he's really dead", I think we all did. It puts the hairs on my neck up thinking of the quality of the performer.

Interestingly there was a guy on a UK show the other day (some talent show called "Britain's Got Talent") who so reminded me of the great man. Not of course that he was anything like him except in so far as you start out thinking "What's teh funny" but before you know it you just can't breathe, it's the funniest thing you've seen in ages.

Yeah, it is a shame Tommy aint around but think of it this way: if he were still here, then one of the greatest moments of comedy history would never have happened.

Cheers
Spags

So you was there for that? Almost an urban legend. People laughing as you died.

Probably one of the few people that had people laughing before he did a bledin thing.

  
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(Permalink) Posted: June 15 2007,15:34   

Quote (J-Dog @ June 15 2007,13:01)
Brilliant... yet flawed my young Jedi master.

Denyse should is most certainly best portrayed as Chewbacca...

J-Dog! :D I have just expelled chocolate from my nose, in case you're interested. :p


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(Permalink) Posted: June 15 2007,16:40   

Quote (Ichthyic @ June 15 2007,13:03)
seriously, you can trademark your artwork for free, and that is something I would claim trademark on like, RIGHT NOW, if I were you.

Thanks for the kind words, but I don't know about that...someone else is welcome to take that one-way trip to Lucasfilm's basement office of Infringement Rectification if they want. (Wrecked 'em?  Damn near killed 'em!)

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(Permalink) Posted: June 15 2007,16:42   

nope.  i believe since you are using it as parody, it would come under fair usage arguments.

no worries that I can find.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 15 2007,17:48   

Quote (SpaghettiSawUs @ June 15 2007,21:06)
Quote (Stephen Elliott @ June 15 2007,19:54)
 
Quote (SpaghettiSawUs @ June 14 2007,12:47)

Jaysus, that guy used to make me laugh. Shame he aint around anymore.

I remeber watching him die on stage when I was a kid.
Live from Her Majesty's presented IIRC by Jimmy Tarbuck at the time. He said "Ohh, I don't feel very well" in his usual voice and everyone creased up. As he lay down on the stage and put his coat over himself we were in hysterics. Then the curtain closed and it cut to the ads. My brother said "I think he's really dead", I think we all did. It puts the hairs on my neck up thinking of the quality of the performer.

Interestingly there was a guy on a UK show the other day (some talent show called "Britain's Got Talent") who so reminded me of the great man. Not of course that he was anything like him except in so far as you start out thinking "What's teh funny" but before you know it you just can't breathe, it's the funniest thing you've seen in ages.

Yeah, it is a shame Tommy aint around but think of it this way: if he were still here, then one of the greatest moments of comedy history would never have happened.

Cheers
Spags

I also was watching it on telly as a kid. I think Tommy's death was an epochal comedy moment. Or perhaps more accurately an epochal moment in comedy.

Spoon jar jar spoon Ahhahahaha

Louis

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(Permalink) Posted: June 15 2007,17:59   

I don't know who this guy is, or if I do I don't remember, so if I have committed some kind of secular sacrilege I apologize in advance.  Having said that I made a very subtle change.



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(Permalink) Posted: June 15 2007,18:01   

heh.  should have added an extra thumb, imo.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 15 2007,18:08   

It's Tommy Cooper, a British comedian. Very very funny.

Louis

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(Permalink) Posted: June 15 2007,18:17   

I tried several fingers from both hands on each hand and while the left hand came out almost perfect, the right hand just did not work very well.

Thanx Louis, by best memories are of Basil Fawlty.  I don't even know if British comedy is available anymore on pbs.  I can still get Dr Who on SciFi, at least.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 15 2007,18:20   

oh yes, pretty much every year, PBS will have a run of Python Episodes.

Fawlty Towers and Red Dwarf are rarer, but every few years or so will see another run aired.

Even Black Adder makes an appearance every now and then.

I think PBS has forecasted schedules available in some areas, which you can check and see if plans are there for re-airing some of the classics.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 15 2007,18:32   

Thankyou Sir Ichy, but for that to work I would need to own a TV.  I catch SciFi on Fridays at the local pizza place with some friends.  With the death of SG1, though, and no BSG for another year the reason for that is evaporating.

Catch you later,
Paul

added in edit: I really don't want a tv as 99.99% of it is brainrot.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 15 2007,20:37   

[ Ghost, find someplace else to haunt. ]

Edited by Wesley R. Elsberry on June 15 2007,21:50

  
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(Permalink) Posted: June 16 2007,10:21   

Yeah Louis, it was one of those truly historic moments wherever you stick the word "epoch".

Live from Her Maj's was a tradition in our house on a Sunday night. We'd all be bathed and in our jammies, five of us on a 3 seater settee, cups of tea and cold meat salad sarnies.

I was reading about him on the web the other day when I came across that pic and just heard "Goddidit" in his breathy voice in my mind.

Ahhahaha, I'd just watched the Jar Spoon routine on YouTube. There's quite alot of his sketches on there.

Great job with the fingers Paul, took me a few soconds to spot it.

Cheers
Spags

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(Permalink) Posted: June 18 2007,12:40   

Quote (Louis @ June 15 2007,18:08)
It's Tommy Cooper, a British comedian. Very very funny.

Louis

I'm more into the intellectual, subtle comedy stylings of noted ID scientist and Brit comedian Benny Hill.

Here is he is surrounded by his Research Assistants:



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(Permalink) Posted: June 18 2007,12:42   

Quote (J-Dog @ June 18 2007,11:40)
 
Quote (Louis @ June 15 2007,18:08)
It's Tommy Cooper, a British comedian. Very very funny.

Louis

I'm more into the intellectual, subtle comedy stylings of noted ID scientist and Brit comedian Benny Hill.

Here is he is surrounded by his Research Assistants:


The original "Pleasurian." :)

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(Permalink) Posted: June 18 2007,12:47   

Quote (Kristine @ June 18 2007,12:42)
Quote (J-Dog @ June 18 2007,11:40)
 
Quote (Louis @ June 15 2007,18:08)
It's Tommy Cooper, a British comedian. Very very funny.

Louis

I'm more into the intellectual, subtle comedy stylings of noted ID scientist and Brit comedian Benny Hill.

Here is he is surrounded by his Research Assistants:


The original "Pleasurian." :)

Yes.  Let us doff our hats for the ceremonial playing of "Yakkity Sax".

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(Permalink) Posted: June 18 2007,12:55   

Quote (Stephen Elliott @ June 15 2007,14:34)
Quote (SpaghettiSawUs @ June 15 2007,14:06)
Quote (Stephen Elliott @ June 15 2007,19:54)
 
Quote (SpaghettiSawUs @ June 14 2007,12:47)

Jaysus, that guy used to make me laugh. Shame he aint around anymore.

I remeber watching him die on stage when I was a kid.
Live from Her Majesty's presented IIRC by Jimmy Tarbuck at the time. He said "Ohh, I don't feel very well" in his usual voice and everyone creased up. As he lay down on the stage and put his coat over himself we were in hysterics. Then the curtain closed and it cut to the ads. My brother said "I think he's really dead", I think we all did. It puts the hairs on my neck up thinking of the quality of the performer.

Interestingly there was a guy on a UK show the other day (some talent show called "Britain's Got Talent") who so reminded me of the great man. Not of course that he was anything like him except in so far as you start out thinking "What's teh funny" but before you know it you just can't breathe, it's the funniest thing you've seen in ages.

Yeah, it is a shame Tommy aint around but think of it this way: if he were still here, then one of the greatest moments of comedy history would never have happened.

Cheers
Spags

So you was there for that? Almost an urban legend. People laughing as you died.

Probably one of the few people that had people laughing before he did a bledin thing.

This guy karked live on stage, too.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 18 2007,12:58   

Quote (Paul Flocken @ June 15 2007,17:59)
I don't know who this guy is, or if I do I don't remember, so if I have committed some kind of secular sacrilege I apologize in advance.

It's an English thing -- we wouldn't understand.

You know, like Butlin's camps.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 18 2007,15:09   

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This guy karked live on stage, too.

This guy Karked on stage for us!

Won't some one stand up for him?
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(Permalink) Posted: June 18 2007,16:30   

Hey, completely off-topic...

Anyone ever come across this site:

http://www.evidenceofgod.com/

Sadly, I found it when looking for contact information for the actor Dean Jones....who is Christian Activist now.

I'm guessing I'll never get his autograph for my bug..... ???

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(Permalink) Posted: June 18 2007,16:34   

Quote (J-Dog @ June 18 2007,12:47)
Quote (Kristine @ June 18 2007,12:42)
Quote (J-Dog @ June 18 2007,11:40)
   
Quote (Louis @ June 15 2007,18:08)
It's Tommy Cooper, a British comedian. Very very funny.

Louis

I'm more into the intellectual, subtle comedy stylings of noted ID scientist and Brit comedian Benny Hill.

Here is he is surrounded by his Research Assistants:


The original "Pleasurian." :)

Yes.  Let us doff our hats for the ceremonial playing of "Yakkity Sax".

TARDEN CHATTERBOX HAS YUCKETY SEX.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 18 2007,17:18   

Quote (Steverino @ June 18 2007,22:30)
Hey, completely off-topic...

Anyone ever come across this site:

http://www.evidenceofgod.com/

Sadly, I found it when looking for contact information for the actor Dean Jones....who is Christian Activist now.

I'm guessing I'll never get his autograph for my bug..... ???

Oh shit,
another YEC Christian apologist with an engineering background!!!

Is there a factory making these somewhere?
Could we get Bush to bomb it?
Tell him it's an Al-Qaeda bombmaking factory...

Hey, we could do that with Ham's Creoseum.
Gotta be some more plays on words for that place...

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(Permalink) Posted: June 18 2007,17:52   

Quote (SpaghettiSawUs @ June 18 2007,17:18)
Quote (Steverino @ June 18 2007,22:30)
Hey, completely off-topic...

Anyone ever come across this site:

http://www.evidenceofgod.com/

Sadly, I found it when looking for contact information for the actor Dean Jones....who is Christian Activist now.

I'm guessing I'll never get his autograph for my bug..... ???

Oh shit,
another YEC Christian apologist with an engineering background!!!

Is there a factory making these somewhere?
Could we get Bush to bomb it?
Tell him it's an Al-Qaeda bombmaking factory...

Hey, we could do that with Ham's Creoseum.
Gotta be some more plays on words for that place...

Oh...I thought it was just another jerkoff.....oh, wait....it is.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 18 2007,20:38   

Dammit Spags, you're gonna get me fired from work for laughing too loud! :p

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(Permalink) Posted: June 19 2007,12:50   

I had to put this one here, as it gets to the point of AFDave's "difficulty" with 14C Calibration Curves;



;)

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(Permalink) Posted: June 19 2007,13:06   

Quote (SpaghettiSawUs @ June 19 2007,12:50)
I had to put this one here, as it gets to the point of AFDave's "difficulty" with 14C Calibration Curves;



;)

LOL.
That made me laugh as it brought back Dave's adding (made up) data then arguing as if his new (made up) data was real. Was that the intention? Asking because I am not certain wether you have read AFDave's collosul thread over here.

Deja vu all over again.

EDIT: Guess that was your intention. I hadn't read the comment carefully enough.

  
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(Permalink) Posted: June 19 2007,14:13   

Yeah, he's getting smacked upside the head with Cal Curves at the moment, and that graph (in its original form of course) keeps being reposted.
It reminded me of the "Tard Graph" and I was going to do a Dave on it and just set up a load of random(ly made up) data points.

Then I realised that for Dave, they would all have to come in the first 8000 yrs or so,

et voilla!!

So kind of a double hit that one (two points??)
Ok then, 2 pints (make mine a Banks's ;))

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(Permalink) Posted: June 19 2007,14:30   

Quote (SpaghettiSawUs @ June 19 2007,14:13)
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Ok then, 2 pints (make mine a Banks's ;))

Good choice. I like "Directors".

On a completely different topic. You seem to have had a few bad experiences with religion. Most of mine where good. However the story is different from my fathers perspective. He was told by Nuns that they had brought him the nails from Jesus' cross to see, touch and examine. My father claims that he told them that the nails where the wrong shape (cross-section) to be actual Roman nails (round instead of square IIRC). The religious authorities claimed that that information had come from Satan and my father was a sinner. Cool as fuck eh?....NO!

  
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(Permalink) Posted: June 19 2007,15:03   

Quote (Richardthughes @ June 19 2007,14:36)

Richard - You stalking DaveScot now, or is this Dembski's "overcompensation"?

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(Permalink) Posted: June 19 2007,15:20   

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Quote (SpaghettiSawUs @ June 19 2007,14:13)
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Ok then, 2 pints (make mine a Banks's ;))

Good choice. I like "Directors".

On a completely different topic. You seem to have had a few bad experiences with religion. Most of mine where good. However the story is different from my fathers perspective. He was told by Nuns that they had brought him the nails from Jesus' cross to see, touch and examine. My father claims that he told them that the nails where the wrong shape (cross-section) to be actual Roman nails (round instead of square IIRC). The religious authorities claimed that that information had come from Satan and my father was a sinner. Cool as fuck eh?....NO!

Courage (brewery not bravery) was always looked down on in my neck of the woods, but I've always enjoyed a Directors. Pity it takes their premium beer to actually make a decent beer. But maybe I'm just a snob.

Lets see what I can chuck at yer regarding a quick religous history of Spags:

Baptised CofE at age 5/6 (not done at birth).
Father was RC and "returned to the church" around age 8, became a fucking pious loon. Mass was now de-rigeur.

Age 10 move house, new school: RC.
Re-Baptised RC, 1st Confession, Communion and Confirmation in one year. Altar boy.

Age 11/16: RC Secondary school, altar boy still, on TV "Morning Worship" once -sad claim-2-fame :(

After leaving school got into occult for a while, tarot, ouija, magick (incl. Esoteric Spelling Style™).

"Conversion Experience" into JWs aged 21 (answered prayer - no honest, seriously... look its up to you if you don't believe it, I believed it so it was true for *me* OK!!), baptised by full immersion six months later.

Two years later, married in Kindgdom Hall. Alcohol free reception  - not a doctrinal requirement, "conscience issue" - i.e. looked down on if you had alcohol, especially with "worldly" family attending).

Two years later cognitive dissonance leads to depression, leads to university find something to do with "underused potential") it works - leads to optional module on psychology, leads to mind-control undone, leads to ex-communication. Still believe in God, very fucking confused! Shunned by all JWs (incl. in-laws).

Studied bibble, researched JWs discovered how cults work. Deconverted my wife. Result!!! Converted to evangelical Christian, baptised-a-fucking-gain!!! New ministry in life: ex-JWs.
Helped alot out (those that were "ready") did leaflet drop or publication drops on people, photocopies of old watchtowers containing barmy, racist, stupid or even (wooooooo) spritistic.

Counseled, worked on a few conferences, visited churches as guest speaker. Started on BB on Delphi Forums (now defunkt). I remained a YEC (the JW variety manages to be a little more specific and a little more dodgy at the same time, allowing 7000 years for each of the genesis "Days" == 49,000 years: 6 creative days to Eve... then one 7000 years to: Armageddon!!! Erm... counting from the creation of Eve that is which was... erm some time after Adam... and is unspecified, but reckoning on 1975 for 7000 years to Adam (using JW's own patented Genealogicus Biblicus Maximus™ Version 23.2_beta1), so... from 1975 to 2007 = 32 years therefore Eve was at least 32 (and counting) when she got chucked out of Eden and God could get on with his nap).

One day some guy I'd become friends with on a forum passed a couple of links. One was this, the other was this.

I was no longer YEC.
I started to really learn to think.

Erm... I'm still working on that last bit :)

Cheers
Spags

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Quote (SpaghettiSawUs @ June 19 2007,15:20)
Quote (Stephen Elliott @ June 19 2007,20:30)
   
Quote (SpaghettiSawUs @ June 19 2007,14:13)
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Ok then, 2 pints (make mine a Banks's ;))

Good choice. I like "Directors".

On a completely different topic. You seem to have had a few bad experiences with religion. Most of mine where good. However the story is different from my fathers perspective. He was told by Nuns that they had brought him the nails from Jesus' cross to see, touch and examine. My father claims that he told them that the nails where the wrong shape (cross-section) to be actual Roman nails (round instead of square IIRC). The religious authorities claimed that that information had come from Satan and my father was a sinner. Cool as fuck eh?....NO!

Courage (brewery not bravery) was always looked down on in my neck of the woods, but I've always enjoyed a Directors. Pity it takes their premium beer to actually make a decent beer. But maybe I'm just a snob.

Lets see what I can chuck at yer regarding a quick religous history of Spags:

Baptised CofE at age 5/6 (not done at birth).
Father was RC and "returned to the church" around age 8, became a fucking pious loon. Mass was now de-rigeur.

Age 10 move house, new school: RC.
Re-Baptised RC, 1st Confession, Communion and Confirmation in one year. Altar boy.

Age 11/16: RC Secondary school, altar boy still, on TV "Morning Worship" once -sad claim-2-fame :(

After leaving school got into occult for a while, tarot, ouija, magick (incl. Esoteric Spelling Style™).

"Conversion Experience" into JWs aged 21 (answered prayer - no honest, seriously... look its up to you if you don't believe it, I believed it so it was true for *me* OK!!), baptised by full immersion six months later.

Two years later, married in Kindgdom Hall. Alcohol free reception  - not a doctrinal requirement, "conscience issue" - i.e. looked down on if you had alcohol, especially with "worldly" family attending).

Two years later cognitive dissonance leads to depression, leads to university find something to do with "underused potential") it works - leads to optional module on psychology, leads to mind-control undone, leads to ex-communication. Still believe in God, very fucking confused! Shunned by all JWs (incl. in-laws).

Studied bibble, researched JWs discovered how cults work. Deconverted my wife. Result!!! Converted to evangelical Christian, baptised-a-fucking-gain!!! New ministry in life: ex-JWs.
Helped alot out (those that were "ready") did leaflet drop or publication drops on people, photocopies of old watchtowers containing barmy, racist, stupid or even (wooooooo) spritistic.

Counseled, worked on a few conferences, visited churches as guest speaker. Started on BB on Delphi Forums (now defunkt). I remained a YEC (the JW variety manages to be a little more specific and a little more dodgy at the same time, allowing 7000 years for each of the genesis "Days" == 49,000 years: 6 creative days to Eve... then one 7000 years to: Armageddon!!! Erm... counting from the creation of Eve that is which was... erm some time after Adam... and is unspecified, but reckoning on 1975 for 7000 years to Adam (using JW's own patented Genealogicus Biblicus Maximus™ Version 23.2_beta1), so... from 1975 to 2007 = 32 years therefore Eve was at least 32 (and counting) when she got chucked out of Eden and God could get on with his nap).

One day some guy I'd become friends with on a forum passed a couple of links. One was this, the other was this.

I was no longer YEC.
I started to really learn to think.

Erm... I'm still working on that last bit :)

Cheers
Spags

Quite a story - To quote Jery Garcia, "What a long, strange trip it's been".  And I guess that's why the DI, IDers and YEC's dislike people that can think, read and do research for themselves.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 19 2007,15:53   

Spags

Thanks for the "quick religious history"; that is indeed a long strange trip (and still ongoing).

Unfortunately I predict that if FtK finishes cleaning up after her weekend party, she will join this thread (ignoring unaddressed questions for her on other threads), and question you about your current religious beliefs or lack thereof. She may also feel obligated to point out that your fall from the clutches of religion started when you went to a university, which, as we all know, are populated solely by evangelical atheists. Just a prediction; but I'm betting that she can't stay away from the temptation of being able to post pointlessly about religion and ignore scientific discussions yet one more time.

If she does that, please feel free to point her to that talkorigins molgen article again, and see if she can ascertain how devastating that evidence is for those who advocate creation or intelligent design!

Thanks again.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 19 2007,16:28   

Cheers guys,
I hope FtK does read it.

Meh... how may baptisms can a man endure?

Well, I've left religion far behind now, sorry I never made that clear. Via agnosticism to outright atheism.

Some believers are able to retain a more metaphorical view of scripture, especially where it concerns science, for me it was eventually baby with the bathwater.

I know how frustrating the convicted believer can be, I used to be one, I could get anyone irate. Being clever is one thing, but being cleverly deceptive (with yourself) yet managing to be blatantly decptive to outsiders, can enrage even one's closest kin.

Although people like FTK will eventually have to confront the evidence, their problem starts much further back...

erm hang on, this is a lol thread....

So I'll leave it there for now, and try to pick it up elsewhere where I'm also waffling about this stuff.

Meanwhile: have a funny LOLCat ©ish spags:



on  with the show :)

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(Permalink) Posted: June 22 2007,13:09   

How many pages and no cute little lambs??!! Shame on the evil-absol-utionist atheist conspiracy.



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(Permalink) Posted: June 22 2007,13:24   

Quote (SpaghettiSawUs @ June 19 2007,15:20)
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Lets see what I can chuck at yer regarding a quick religous history of Spags:...

WOW!
It is a sad thing the way religion is used in some cases.
That was bad stuff.
I have never had such a bad experience. At work atm I have to work with some fundamentalists. Their points of view worry me at times.

  
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(Permalink) Posted: June 24 2007,17:15   

Found this on digg.



And here is the back.



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(Permalink) Posted: June 24 2007,17:51   

J.F.C.

   
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(Permalink) Posted: June 24 2007,17:53   

In creationist world, that probably counts as a Peer-Reviewed Publication.

   
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(Permalink) Posted: June 24 2007,19:08   

that dino-kids-menu thing is an early Hovind distribution, IIRC.

either Hovind or Ham; I get the early versions of either confused.

I do recall seeing those posted somewhere either on PT, here, or Pharyngula a year or two ago (and someone mentioned then that these had been around for years).

since then, they have "evolved' into things like this:

http://christiananswers.net/kids/clr-indx.html#dinosaurs

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(Permalink) Posted: June 25 2007,08:03   

Awesome. I had no idea T-Rex could breathe fire.

  
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Awesome. I had no idea T-Rex could breathe fire.

Yes, and he ate coconuts.

I guess the fire was to defend his coconut stash from other 'behemoths'.

FTK would know.  :p

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(Permalink) Posted: June 25 2007,11:57   

Quote (Arden Chatfield @ June 25 2007,11:50)
Quote (Rev. BigDumbChimp @ June 25 2007,08:03)
Awesome. I had no idea T-Rex could breathe fire.

Yes, and he ate coconuts.

I guess the fire was to defend his coconut stash from other 'behemoths'.

FTK would know.  :p

Let's hope she doesn't see this "proof"!

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(Permalink) Posted: June 25 2007,16:23   

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I guess the fire was to defend his coconut stash from other 'behemoths'.


don't be daft.

it was so trex could cook them for his human friends.

duh.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 25 2007,17:51   

The menus were posted on PT back around early April 2005.
I remember this clearly, as I read them whilst I was visiting the University of Queensland.

I still remember sitting in open mouthed amazement staring at these pictures.

   
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(Permalink) Posted: June 25 2007,23:13   

Re "Awesome. I had no idea T-Rex could breathe fire. "

Probably the gas from all those coconuts.

Henry

  
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(Permalink) Posted: June 26 2007,12:37   

Quote (Rev. BigDumbChimp @ June 25 2007,08:03)
Awesome. I had no idea T-Rex could breathe fire.

Hell, that ain't no damn miracle!  

Hovind and Ham talking out of their butts... and having people actually believe them, now THAT my friends, is the effin miracle!

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(Permalink) Posted: June 26 2007,13:04   

Quote (Rev. BigDumbChimp @ June 25 2007,08:03)
Awesome. I had no idea T-Rex could breathe fire.

Yeah, watch out for that as you're pulling his arms off.

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(Permalink) Posted: June 26 2007,14:03   

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Re "Awesome. I had no idea T-Rex could breathe fire. "

Probably the gas from all those coconuts.

Henry

exactly the reason t-rex ha