Subject:    Re: "How Scientific Are You?"
From: (Captain Infinity)
Newsgroups: alt.archaeology,,,alt.religion.kibology
Date:       2 Nov 1998
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In and elsewhere
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Boikat wrote *some* of these things:

>Bob and Suzanne Kessler wrote:
>>      I had written that some thought the feathered dino.s 
>>       could be several animals making it look like one,
>Apparently, you've not seen pictures of the
Abominable Bumblemuffin, one of the rare vegetarian
>dinosaurs with feathers from China.  There is no
better chop suey than this, and I say that without
>ambiguity.  They are not multiple animals
like you find in boxes of Animal Crackers, one
>superimposed one upon each other.  As for
pronouncing Earl, Fran, and Roy just a bunch of
>archaeopteryx, it's even more ludicrous to make
nutritional advisory suggestions based on
>that claim since there are six or seven
thousand calories per serving, and they're *small*
>specimens.  You would not find six or seven
thousand calories on *my* lunch menu!  I remember
>instances of two animals superimposed like that,
casually humping on my lawn one Saturday afternoon,
>and *if* that were a common occurrence, how come
*they* don't have their own Sitcom?  Is it because
>there is only one set of bones?  How come the
ribs that tip over Fred's car at the drive-in are
>bones that are preserved always seem to be the
best kind served with bar-b-q sauce?  Are my eyes the
>reptilian type?  And how did the feathers happen
to fall out of my foam pillow?  Can I get I-Ching wands
>to align just right with the dino bones?  Anyone
care to tell me where my pants are?  Insurance agents
>making the claims that the archaeopteryx fossils
did not wreck my car...well, they're just thieves and
>are composites of two separate animals is not
that clear?  I mean, wake up, Maggie!  I'm not just
>engaging in speculation, they are engaging at
Saturday lawn-humpage!  Yes, my lawyers say I'm
>grasping at straws, any straw, in order to deny
them the right to lobotomize me.  But they believe
>what their own two eyes are telling them.


>>  I see no problem with believing creation, 
>So?  I don't care if you believe in invisible
>purple rabbits.  The problem is that you want me
>to believe in invisible purple rabbits too.  Why? 
>Because to you, it "feels" right.

Evil Purple Rabbits, well known "Spirit Familiars" of followers of the
Outcast One, are invisible all year except at Easter Time, a Holy time, 
when they emerge to do their yearly battle with the Telepathic Yellow
Peeps, for control of the Human Will, and the Souls of the Living.

And lo! I say unto you, this is a true fact and I don't need no Peep
Fossils to prove it!  As it says in the Holly Bibble:

   "And when they shall say unto you, Seek unto them that have
   familiar spirits, and unto wizards that Peep, and that mutter:
   should not a people seek unto their God? for the living to the dead?"
                                                           --Isaiah 8:19

'Nuff said!

Captain Infinity
 ..."To think that the spectre you see is an illusion does not rob
    him of his terrors: it simply adds the further terror of madness
    itself - and then on top of that the horrible surmise that those
    whom the rest have called mad have, all along, been the only people
    who see the world as it really is." --C. S. Lewis, 'Perelandra'

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