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Pterodactyls are quicker anyways.
'Tis Himself, OM says
Ride ’em, biologist!
Sili, The Unknown Virgin says
Well, perhaps if you lost a coupla pounds so the poor triceratops wouldn’t have to go see a chiropractor.
Looks like a picture I took at the Dinosaurs Alive exhibit at the Calgary Zoo.
Pope Maledict DCLXVI says
Your concern is noted.
Glen Davidson says
Maybe it’s just a ban on creationists, the only ones who think humans might have ridden dinosaurs.
Depends on whether or not the dinosaur is real or a replica, of course.
When I first saw the photo of PZ on the dinosaur I thought, “Looks like the museum was a good sport about it, good for them.”
how about this one – same source
“There should be cartoon confessionals where we could go and say things like, ‘Father, I have sinned – I have drawn dinosaurs and hominids together in the same cartoon.'”
– Gary Larson
PZ, I trust that you used the cost of your “museum” visit as an education expense. After all, without the visit how would you be expected to know that man and dinosaur were symbiotic?
That sign seems like the perfect new symbol to oppose I.D.
It’s almost as good as the Ichthys (jesus fish) with feet!
Where can I order my bumper sticker?
Piffle; if I were running a creation museum, I’d charge a dollar for adults to climb up on the triceratops to have their picture taken. Children could climb up for free.
I could use the money to buy antidepressants, because… I’d be running a damned creation museum and life without self-respect is depressing.
Following creationist logic, the creation museum is the best existing proof there is no God at all. Any God with self-respect would immideately have sent a huge winged Tyrannosaurus to grab the museum, rip it off the Earth, and fly it to Uranus or any equivalent location. Possibly this is Ken Hams actual plan, but he may have to wait for a long time for it to happen. If I know the nonexistent God right.
I remember climbing on a fairly life-sized triceratops on the National Mall in DC, across from the Museum of Natural History. But even as a 5 year old, I was totally sure that people and dinosaurs didn’t co-exist in the reality-based universe.
If is sign posted at Ken Ham’s Creation “Museum”?
That site has two other Pharunglite articles (actually those links should be posted on a friday, but what the heck):
I think the sign belongs in every bible: “Humans never rode dinosaurs.”
It looks as if the triceratops’ head is being separated from the body, indicating the risk of breaking an actual object.
Could be any exhibit featuring climbable (but not climb sustainable) dinosaur models.
I fixed the sign for them:
I thought all you guys from the mid-west just vaulted into the saddle…
…maybe I watched too many Westerns.
Wait… why did the video stop once somebody sexy got on that thing?
Turn the camera back on!
Are You kidding? That sign in awesome!
Look closely – there is no saddle in that sign, so it obviously means “no barebacking”. Since there was a saddle clearly visible in your picture, you’re off the hook, PZ.
i hope this will cheer you up http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E6KSt1u_UE0