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Evolution and Republicans.

Discussion in 'Billy Milano' started by Patrick R., Mar 19, 2008.

  1. whitey131

    whitey131 Member

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    I'm an Obama worshiper? :D
     
  2. Jurched

    Jurched Ask&YoullBeSorry

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    C-c-c-c-c-c-clearly!

    In fact, here are well-informed folks like yourself, waxing poetically on what they love MOST about our next President, Obama!



    My favourite part is when the guy says, "They gotta work on disability. Y'know, I cain't even git disability, cause I got too much ejjication."

    Jurched
     
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  3. whitey131

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    Cat's out of the bag.

    I have a small shrine built in the man's honor in my closet.

    I think I'll vote for the other liberal guy running anyway. Mc something.
     
  4. Jurched

    Jurched Ask&YoullBeSorry

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    Well... I suppose SOMEBODY's gotta vote for him.

    Jurched
     
  5. whitey131

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    You mean you're not going to vote for him?
     
  6. Jurched

    Jurched Ask&YoullBeSorry

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    *Pffff!* I wouldn't vote for him with a ten foot pole!

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  7. whitey131

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    So does that mean your voting dem or just not voting. Maybe you're tossing the snow ball into hell for Ron Paul? There are still tons of signs in yards for him in my town.

    Just a littlie political factoid for you all, a Ron Paul sign in the yard usually equals a pickup truck with balls hanging from the bumper in the garage.
     
  8. Jurched

    Jurched Ask&YoullBeSorry

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    Sez you. I don't have a pick-up but I do have Ron Paul signs in my yard.

    I ain't seen none've them thar rednecks an' white trash supportin DR. NO anyhow. They all went to the Obama rally in order to soothe that thar WHITE GUILT!

    I'll probably vote for Alan Keyes or some other impossible-to-win candidate. Doesn't matter. Hell is what we're getting, with or without snow balls.

    Lemmings supposedly evolved suicidal tendencies and so have American voters. What can I say?

    Jurched
     
  9. whitey131

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    Not out here. Ron Paul is the NASCAR candidate.
     
  10. Dr Demented

    Dr Demented Psychosomaticaddictinsane

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    Yeah....I hear you. The last few "Republicans" we've had have really screwed up the party. Mike Church said something funny today about so-called Republicans who believe the global warming lie and think big government is okay. He said they should just become Democrats and stop lying to everyone...

    The Dems aren't doing much better with their piss poor candidates.

    I hear Ron Paul has some kind of secret plan, though. I hope so...I grimace every time I think of either of the three liberals in the white house. I'd almost rather have Oslimey as a one-termer...like his buddy Jimmy Carter...with the possibility of another Reagan than McCain who can only hurt the party further.
     
  11. Jurched

    Jurched Ask&YoullBeSorry

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    Staring down the barrel of the execution squad is never fun. But I suppose we should steel ourselves and face the music like men, with calm dignity... Or not.

    FUCK Obama! Like we need another fucked up Jimmy Carter, a really nice smiling man who didn't know what the FUCK he was doing!

    And FUCK McCain! Like we need a goddamned scum whose communist captors at the Hanoi Hilton brainwashed him into subverting our country into some sort of people's republic! 40 years later the program's is still running!

    If Ron Paul has a magic red pill to pull out his ass, he'd better do it soon. From what I've been reading on his fan site, the best they've got so far is renting a bunch of fucking elephants and marching them around St. Paul-Minneapolis during the convention.

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  12. Patrick R.

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    I'm a bit puzzled by Dr Demented's comment. I'm not aware that we just "one day" stood up. From the scientific literature, I'm only aware of a gradual process of evolutionary development, dependent on the genetic characteristics of a population. Perhaps you could provide some sources for this claim that there was an unexplained break in the development of man between Neanderthals and Homo erectus.

    We didn't evolve from apes, but rather humans and today's apes (chimpanzees, gorillas, gibbons etc,) share recent common ancestry. This is one of the many misconceptions of evolutionary theory, that humans evolved from monkeys or apes. How else do you explain our genetic sequence similarity? Is it completely random, or is their a heredity explanation for it?
     
  13. Evil Dead

    Evil Dead Hail to the King baby

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    Goddamn Americans are so fucking stupid. I bet that one chick couldn't point out either India OR Poland on a map, let alone tell you what continent they are on.

    My favorite thing is..when asked about what he will do, EVERYONE says "Change, time for that Change" I've heard Barack say this throughout his campaign, but what change? No one seems to know, other than random change will happen...ok.

    And taxes, what are these morons thinking..voting for a democrat will help your taxes? Shit, i pay taxes out these ass for those lazy people being interviewed. Need more jobs. What they really want to say is "I want a job given to me that doesn't require any effort on my part, that pays better than 5.55 an hour."

    And that guy who actually says "I cannot get disability because I have too much education," not so eloquently, is the quintessential lazy Negro. And don't forget, 90% of those people aren't registered to vote I would bet. Everyone outspoken, young Bush bashing Obama/Clinton worshiping young person I know in this town..isn't even registered to vote. Its hilarious.


    And before raining on my parade, I am sure we can find people equally retarded to speak on behalf of McCain on camera.:lol:
     
  14. Dr Demented

    Dr Demented Psychosomaticaddictinsane

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    I was being overly simplistic for the sake of space and sanity. There have been startling discoveries that are disproving the "approved" evolutionary theory of man. The people in these articles admit that their science is flawed, but still try to maintain that they were correct.

    Try these:
    http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/science/july-dec96/man_12-13.html

    http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/chronicle/archive/2005/06/19/INGEOD8LBB1.DTL
     
  15. fah-q

    fah-q Brusque

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    My favorite quote from the video above. "Gas prices is so bad. I saw a pimp catching a bus."
    Maybe he's just a shitty pimp?
     
  16. whitey131

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    Pimping isn't as easy as it sounds or at least that's what rap music would have you believe.
     
  17. Arg_Hamster

    Arg_Hamster Not quite done yet...

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  18. Dr Demented

    Dr Demented Psychosomaticaddictinsane

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    Pimp, Mr. President, Pimp!
     
  19. Patrick R.

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    I read both of those articles, nowhere do they claim their science is flawed. The basic theme of the first pbs article is about the human family tree and how anthropologist use to view it as a tree trunk, but at the time of that article in December 13 1996, that view changed and the human family tree was viewed as a bush “with many side branches”. That is the current view to the present day and novel discoveries may refute or confirm scientific theories. But, that evolution occurred wasn’t challenged in either article. The pbs article also states that modern humans lived alongside Homo erectus and Neanderthals, something that isn’t surprising to anyone knowledgeable of evolution and paleoanthropology. The second article questions whether or not humans and Neanderthals interbreed, this address’s the question about how much Neanderthals contributed to the modern human gene pool. From the literature that I’ve read, there is no Neanderthal DNA in modern humans. To address this scientifically, there must be experiments and novel research.
     
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    Dr Demented Psychosomaticaddictinsane

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    It's implied. They realize that they don't know the things they thought they did.

    I can agree with that. Science is good. What I disagree with is the belief that any of these people actually know what happened millions of years ago because they weren't there. It's all hypothesis and theory. Nobody really knows.
     

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