Friday, May 27, 2005

The Marz sans hair, Burt Reynolds bitch slap, New "science" Museum

The Marz sans hair, Burt Reynolds bitch slap, New "science" Museum
Posted by special guest Marz!
Marz found some great stuff and posted it in the comments section. In my infinite wisdom, I have decided the post is worthy of an actual blog entry. So here we go....
See above photo. Look! Hot web babes read Clubbing Baby Seals, you should too!

The Burt Reynolds Bitch-Slap.
That's awesome. I love the Reynolds.
Marz says:
And third, to go along with your religion rants, I found this little jewel 2 days ago...every time I think about it I still laugh:

Apparently a real place which spent a lot of money to try to convince you of the following (amongst other things): 1) The earth is 6000 years old; 2) Some genious built a gigantic (FUCKING HUGE) ark (which mysteriously has never been found) that not only carried today's animals (which were always in existance since the beginning of the universe) but also all the extinct ones...that's right...dinosaurs...and the like. 3) The Garden of Eden is *not* a metaphor. I could go on and on, but why? The website speaks so clearly for itself!!

At least it isn't the intelligent design crap. My favorite is the "scientific evidence" they use to back it up.
The dinosaurs on Noah�s ark were probably juveniles. We can speculate this for two reasons; first, since dinosaurs were reptiles, they probably continued to grow throughout their lives. In their adult stage, the dinosaurs would have been quite large (e.g. the Sauropod could grow to 40 feet (12 meters) in length, 60 feet (18 meters) in height, and weigh 70 to 80 tons.).
It would be much easier to house young dinosaurs on the ark. Secondly, God put the animals on the ark specifically to repopulate the world after the flood. Since the animals had to be able to reproduce after the flood year, God would have saved younger animals to secure their reproductive viability.

Baby dinosaurs?!? Ahh, well that explains it. I always wondered how you build a boat that big. But it all works out if you use baby dinosaurs.


At Saturday, May 28, 2005 4:28:00 PM, Anonymous marz said...

hahahahahahahahaha - hey, that's me up there!



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