Teaching Creationism on taxpayers money.
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Medina, OH

#21 Mar 25, 2014
dunadd wrote:
Our GOD did help those two. The girl is warehouse manager down in the GODawful southern confederate state of North Carolina for a your god forbid a Chinese owned furniture warehouse company. she handles all the ordering, shipping and receiving, and has to work these 21 straight days at the High Point furniture market show. Very advanced for what you Che and that ignorant hater from NJ who think you Che and the NJ piece of trash are much better than stupid Virginians and North Carolinians, you bigoted pieces of socialist trash. Cycle of ignorance, you piece of NJ excrement who thinks we are beneath you pieces of crap out of satan's hind end and dont' get me wrong I don't think that about every New Jerseyite nor Buckeye. I am Buckeye by birth but strictly Virginia mountaineer and Scottish Highlander by culture. I lived in Medina and around Medina and I know all Medinaites are not like you Che. they are good people. And they don't look down their noses at we who are culturally and linguistically like you and the thing from NJ.
Easy, big fella. You don't want to throw a clot.
Duke for Mayor

United States

#22 Mar 25, 2014
Zoe Regen wrote:
<quoted text>
Prove it, sissy boy!
Hmm...you really believe that creationism is based in science, and that the burden is upon me to prove that it is not?

You are a freakin nutball.

woof
d pantz

United States

#23 Mar 26, 2014
Duke for Mayor wrote:
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Therein lies the problem.
Creationism is not a scientific theory.
woof
Darwinian evolutionary theory of humans isn't fact. Both should be taught in history class then, douchy.
d pantz

United States

#24 Mar 26, 2014
Duke for Mayor wrote:
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Hmm...you really believe that creationism is based in science, and that the burden is upon me to prove that it is not?
You are a freakin nutball.
woof
based on the complexity of our DNA, intelligent deign is about as strong as a theory as human evolution. At least on the time frame that its supposed to be in. You intolerant puke.
d pantz

United States

#25 Mar 26, 2014
RU_Kiddingme wrote:
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That sounds like child abuse. Why would you want to perpetuate the cycle of ignorance?
New Jersey public schools= perpetuate cycle of ignorance.
d pantz

United States

#26 Mar 26, 2014

“Meh.”

Since: Aug 10

Location hidden

#27 Mar 26, 2014
d pantz wrote:
<quoted text> Darwinian evolutionary theory of humans isn't fact. Both should be taught in history class then, douchy.
I don think he's claiming that evolution is a fact, simply that creationism fails to meet the criteria for a scientific theory.

I should also add, for general benefit, that I know some really wonderful, intelligent people who have worked to homeschool their children. I'm never sure if there are more of the poorly educated and easily moved to fear that choose to homeschool, or if they just make more noise about it. But I promise that there are some folks doing actual, functional education at home. Shame that you get the toothless and shoeless tending to bring the image of homeschooling down..

“Meh.”

Since: Aug 10

Location hidden

#28 Mar 26, 2014
d pantz wrote:
<quoted text> based on the complexity of our DNA, intelligent deign is about as strong as a theory as human evolution. At least on the time frame that its supposed to be in. You intolerant puke.
I would love to hear about this.

The concept that complexity would refute a gradual processing towards our current state, that is. I've not seen too much firm work on the pace at which changes are made, since those great fruit fly studies a few years back. Has there been some more work done on evolutionary changes documented in real time? I'll do some poking about as well, just in case you can't be bothered with any of those dratted facts this time, either.
dunadd

Greensboro, NC

#29 Mar 26, 2014
don't fret one bit about my health, Che, you friends of the USSA ain't getting shed of me that easy. seeing my country go to socialist hell in my lifetime has only made me stronger.
sunrise is beautiful here this morning even though a few pink and orange clouds in the east.

“The One! The Only! RUKiddingme”

Since: Dec 08

Jersey, Baby!

#30 Mar 26, 2014
dunadd wrote:
I didn't tell you about the other one who I homeschooled. He has a very good job, fantastic 5 year old son and is doing well for himself.
Mountain folk fought on the side of the confederacy and didn't even own slaves. The largest portion of Confederate soldiers were NOT slave owners but were believers in States Rights' many being descendants of Highland Scots and Irish who left those places to getaway from strong kingly and federal government, firm believers in states rights"
Today we could less about the district of criminals of yours on the muddy banks of the Potomac. We can confiscate other people's money by stealing and go to prison while your buddies in the district of criminals can confiscate, steal and use other people's money and it's called big government. There ain't a speck of difference between your money grubbing thieves in DC than there were in London in the 1700s. Not a speck of difference.
God help you in your ignorance, Che.
your buddies allah do to you whatever it wants to do, jerseyite rock of ignorance.
Not really helping your argument here. Nor is the story about your daughter, the indentured servant.
d pantz

United States

#31 Mar 26, 2014
tranpsosition wrote:
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I would love to hear about this.
The concept that complexity would refute a gradual processing towards our current state, that is. I've not seen too much firm work on the pace at which changes are made, since those great fruit fly studies a few years back. Has there been some more work done on evolutionary changes documented in real time? I'll do some poking about as well, just in case you can't be bothered with any of those dratted facts this time, either.
well, if you want to use the same time frame as Darwin's "tree of life" and compare it actual fossil record, multi cellular organisms didn't "gradually process". They seem to all appear at the same time. The geological period known as the Cambrian Age.
Not sayn that is strong evidence for intelligent design but it sure makes the Darwin theory just as far fetched if you're using the same time frame.
So how complex did the fruit fly dna become? Lmao!
dunadd

Greensboro, NC

#32 Mar 26, 2014
naturally she's an indentured servant to you lying pieces of communist trash. you servants of satan certainly know about being indentured and servants, snakeskin.

“Meh.”

Since: Aug 10

Location hidden

#33 Mar 26, 2014
d pantz wrote:
<quoted text> well, if you want to use the same time frame as Darwin's "tree of life" and compare it actual fossil record, multi cellular organisms didn't "gradually process". They seem to all appear at the same time. The geological period known as the Cambrian Age.
Not sayn that is strong evidence for intelligent design but it sure makes the Darwin theory just as far fetched if you're using the same time frame.
So how complex did the fruit fly dna become? Lmao!
Wait, you understand that the Burgess cache is a singular site find, representing a rare set difficult to preserve fossils, right?

It's not that things appeared all at once, so much as we've only got a limited sample set.

It's like old fashioned movies. It's not that the world was in black and white and silent, but that the records we have are limited in scope to black and white and silent.

Fruit flies were used in the Dodd experiments due to the relative simplicity of their make up, through i think they'll still got somewhere in the ballpark of 150m base pairs. It's an interesting read, if you've got the time to look through it, though it's a looking at a pretty specific isolation issue. If you do take a look at the abstract, let me know if there are any questions I can help out with.
Pappy

Mason, OH

#34 Mar 26, 2014
Duke for Mayor wrote:
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Therein lies the problem.
Creationism is not a scientific theory.
woof
Nor is it scientific to teach public school kids that queer behaviors are healthy and normal.

"Among advocates of homosexual behavior, there is a deliberate, concerted effort to use public school curriculum to influence and indoctrinate children into embracing homosexual behavior as a viable “lifestyle” option. In fact, nine states now require that any sex-education curricula provide a discussion of sexual orientation that is “inclusive.”[2] Students who voice opposition to this view are ridiculed or punished, discouraging them from expressing their sincerely held moral or religious beliefs.

More recently, advocates of homosexual behavior have used legitimate incidences of bullying in public schools as a tool to advance their political agenda through in-class education on homosexuality. Closer scrutiny of statistics reveals that while school bullying is a public concern, it results from risk factors that apply equally to all students, not just to students who identify themselves as homosexual."[3]

http://azpolicypages.com/marriage-family/sexu...
Duke for Mayor

United States

#35 Mar 26, 2014
tranpsosition wrote:
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I don think he's claiming that evolution is a fact, simply that creationism fails to meet the criteria for a scientific theory.
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These idiots cannot seem to differentiate between science and religion.

Frankly, I find them to be extremely dangerous people, the sort that drove Galileo to his unfortunate demise.

woof

“Meh.”

Since: Aug 10

Location hidden

#36 Mar 26, 2014
Duke for Mayor wrote:
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These idiots cannot seem to differentiate between science and religion.
Frankly, I find them to be extremely dangerous people, the sort that drove Galileo to his unfortunate demise.
woof
Ah, I think the way information is collected and made accessible keeps foolish people from being too dangerous. I think labeling the daft as dangerous gives them too much power. Be patient, as brimming with goodwill as possible and put forward useful, real information. Folks able to do the mental heavy lifting will pick up good data and run with it. Those who can't aren't likely to be dangerous to anything that isn't their own future.

“The One! The Only! RUKiddingme”

Since: Dec 08

Jersey, Baby!

#37 Mar 26, 2014
tranpsosition wrote:
<quoted text>
Ah, I think the way information is collected and made accessible keeps foolish people from being too dangerous. I think labeling the daft as dangerous gives them too much power. Be patient, as brimming with goodwill as possible and put forward useful, real information. Folks able to do the mental heavy lifting will pick up good data and run with it. Those who can't aren't likely to be dangerous to anything that isn't their own future.
Ah, but frequently they blow up the irreplaceable Buddha statues at Bamiyan in the process.
Duke for Mayor

United States

#38 Mar 26, 2014
RU_Kiddingme wrote:
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Ah, but frequently they blow up the irreplaceable Buddha statues at Bamiyan in the process.
They ostracise, oppress, and kill people too, bravely claiming that their evil deeds are the "will of God", or Allah.

Usually Buddah's not invoked though...once in a while, but not usually.

woof
dunadd

Greensboro, NC

#39 Mar 26, 2014
The Buddhists of Burma are the only ones with nads. they butcher the Rohingya demons before those muzzies butcher them.
Thank GOD for Burmese Buddhists with enough sense to send those muzlim Rohingya devils back down where they came from.
The best way for the next president of your country to be elected is to become muslim. That leaves out Hill. muzzies hate women.
What's the dude's name in the federal government who became a muzzerd in North Africa a few years back? come on America, find him and vote it into your office of president, vive le muzzerds!!!!!
The nicest kindest murderers, haters of women and all mankind including selves.
Duke for Mayor

Marengo, OH

#40 Mar 26, 2014
What is the big deal?

woof

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