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Message 169 of 301 (418290)
08-27-2007 10:48 AM

The Onion
The Onion nailed it this time:
Woman Overjoyed By Giant Uterine Parasite
(Usually, I only find the headlines to be funny, but this time I laughed reading the entire article.)

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Message 191 of 301 (422087)
09-15-2007 6:35 PM
Reply to: Message 188 by iceage
09-15-2007 6:13 PM

Re: I L-O-V-E the peanut butter one!
That is one of my favorites. I have to hand it to the ingenuity of creationists to finally refute, once and for all, the Live Evolved From A Jar Of Peanut Butter Theory.

I could tell you what I've read about evolution, the big-bang, super-universes, quantum foam, and all that stuff. Eventually you'd ask a question I can't answer, then I'd have to go look it up. Even If I had the time for that shit, in the end you'd ask a question science hasn't answered yet. So let's save time and skip ahead to "I don't know." -- jhuger

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Message 237 of 301 (438041)
12-02-2007 3:29 PM
Reply to: Message 236 by nator
12-02-2007 3:11 PM

Re: Town of Allopath
Actually, I did find that cartoon funny. In an Answers in Genesis kind of way.

Progress in human affairs has come mainly through the bold readiness of human beings not to confine themselves to seeking piecemeal improvements in the way things are done, but to present fundamental challenges in the name of reason to the current way of doing things and to the avowed or hidden assumptions on which it rests. -- E. H. Carr

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Message 256 of 301 (446236)
01-05-2008 11:42 AM

"Knowledge is power, dude."
I don't know whether anyone likes the comic strip Zits, but I thought this one was funny.
It kind of reminded me of some of the creationist posts.

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Message 258 of 301 (446270)
01-05-2008 2:24 PM
Reply to: Message 257 by RAZD
01-05-2008 2:18 PM

Re: "Knowledge is power, dude."
I hate to say it, but I kind of identify with the dad. I even wear a black vest.

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Message 289 of 301 (459550)
03-08-2008 1:51 PM
Reply to: Message 288 by Dr Adequate
03-08-2008 10:48 AM

Re: "Fractal Wrongness"
Heh. Good one, Dr. A.
If you ever get embroiled in a discussion with a fractally wrong person on the Internet--in mailing lists, newsgroups, or website forums--your best bet is to say your piece once and ignore any replies, thus saving yourself time.
Kind of makes me think of one or two posters here at EvC.

...Onward to Victory is the last great illusion the Republican Party has left to sell in this country, even to its own followers. They can't sell fiscal responsibility, they can't sell "values," they can't sell competence, they can't sell small government, they can't even sell the economy. -- Matt Taibbi

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