Are radiometric dates consistent with an old earth the rule or the exception?<quoted text>
Isn't it interesting that all of your points are the rare exception rather than the rule. And you forgot design. Oh, and you forgot Cowboy's Rule of Non-macroevolution.
How about intermediates? We have thousands of them now, across all classes.
How about sediments? Are those types requiring long periods the rule or the exception?
How about galaxies more then 6000 light years away? Are they the exception UC?
Your problem is, you spend all your time on Creationist sites that spend all THEIR time focused on (usually imagined) rare anomalies, so you have no sense of the sheer weight of evidence that falsifies your viewpoint.
And Cowboy can have a rule for omelettes and beans for all I care, its meaningless to science.