Subject: Re: "How Scientific Are You?" From: Jesus Moriarty Newsgroups: alt.archaeology,alt.fan.tom-servo,talk.origins,alt.religion.kibology Date: 7 Nov 1998 Message-ID: <firstname.lastname@example.org> Captain Infinity wrote: >In talk.origins and elsewhere >In article <3637A264.19809F2D@bellsouth.net> >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 meals often served to families of poverty-stricken >dinosaurs with feathers from China. There is no >better chop suey than this, and I say that without having tried any other brands. Nothing's more blessed than >ambiguity. They are not multiple animals >like you find in boxes of Animal Crackers, one example of which being the lion or even the bear, >superimposed one upon each other. As for >pronouncing Earl, Fran, and Roy just a bunch of self-inflated egomaniacs who probably can't even define >archaeopteryx, it's even more ludicrous to make >nutritional advisory suggestions based on the advice of cattle-farmers who originated >that claim since there are six or seven >thousand calories per serving, and they're *small* examples of why we as human beings are no more than >specimens. You would not find six or seven >thousand calories on *my* lunch menu! I remember that I have a tendency to lose said lunch after viewing >instances of two animals superimposed like that, >casually humping on my lawn one Saturday afternoon, with no regard for the birth-control methods we hold dear, >and *if* that were a common occurrence, how come >*they* don't have their own Sitcom? Is it because Rupert Murdoch doesn't recognize the irony when >there is only one set of bones? How come the >ribs that tip over Fred's car at the drive-in are so expensive? 17 clams? Get outta here! Why do >bones that are preserved always seem to be the >best kind served with bar-b-q sauce? Are my eyes the kind that would deceive me with sundry images of your >reptilian type? And how did the feathers happen >to fall out of my foam pillow? Can I get I-Ching wands with my order? My wife loves them. Would she be able >to align just right with the dino bones? Anyone >care to tell me where my pants are? Insurance agents always end up with them, and believe me, I'm not >making the claims that the archaeopteryx fossils >did not wreck my car...well, they're just thieves and thieves usually have poor taste in pants. My pants >are composites of two separate animals is not >that clear? I mean, wake up, Maggie! I'm not just talkin' jive, I'm about to get FUNKY! Yes sir, I'm >engaging in speculation, they are engaging at >Saturday lawn-humpage! Yes, my lawyers say I'm best off pleading to copyright fraud instead of >grasping at straws, any straw, in order to deny >them the right to lobotomize me. But they believe in ghosts. Bad, evil ghosts. I suppose that's >what their own two eyes are telling them. --- Jesus Moriarty * It's pronounced Hay-Zoos.... email@example.com (Use a mirror, if necessary)
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