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Oct 13 2008

What a fine way to spend Turkey Day Evening…

… sipping green tea and watching someone with a decent handle on science mangle creationists on Youtube.  This is why VenomFangX got his panties in a bunch, because he got thoroughly whomped.  I’ve only watched up to Part 4, but I’m going to watch the rest after linking the whole bunch from here.

As promised, here’s Thunderf00t’s series, “Why do people laugh at creationists?”  Parts 2 through 26 (yeah!), after the fold.  If this kills people’s computers, I could also replace the whole lot with a link to the playlist on Youtube.  Sit through it all, and you’re going to be treated to a dissection of the views of our favorite VP Candidate, Bible Spice Sarah Palin.

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  1. 1
    Jason Thibeault

    This was grand, and I only watched from 18 on.
    I highly recommend at least watching 22-26 if you’re too lazy to watch them all :P

  2. 2
    Miranda

    I haven’t had a chance to watch these, but I came across this article:

    http://www.salon.com/wires/ap/us/2008/10/15/D93R3JIG1_suing_god/index.html

    and I couldn’t help but think you would enjoy it =)

  3. 3
    Jason Thibeault

    Ha haa!  Love that!  Even Santa Claus has an address, God doesn’t.  And the lawyer’s right in his loophole — if God is omnipresent and omniscient, then he knows the suit is happening and therefore has been properly served.  Brilliant find!

  4. 4
    Miranda

    Someone else pointed something out to me about that article. So if the Court has declared that God is real and a person, does that mean the Pope has power of attorney?

  5. 5
    Clifton

    Only if God is also declared incapable of handling his own affairs. I’d say there’s a good chance.

    And, Jason. Though I know you won’t believe me, its a boy.

  6. 6
    Jason Thibeault

    Wow, congratulations on your fictitious son-to-be!  So Melissa must have had her fictitious ultrasound then?  Is she nervous about her fictitious childbirth yet?

    Yeah, given that God’s affairs haven’t been kept in proper order for roughly the last six billion years, there’s a good chance he can be declared incapable of directly handling them.  And anyway, the Pope is already supposed to be God’s living emissary on Earth, right?  Doesn’t that give him power of attorney by default?

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    Clifton

    And since the pope is basically doing what god tells him to, doesn’t that make him incapable as well?

    Yeah, Melissa had her ficticious ultrasound his morning after tests came back suggesting that the ficticious son may have ficticious spina bifida. Incidentally, ficticious spina bifida is the best spina bifida to have. All appears to be well.

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