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Posted on Nov 16, 2009 2:00:29 PM PST
Same again. This is getting weird, but I mustn't look at what you've written.

(I'll have a little guess though -- you're saying that I'm running scared because I perceive my deeply held beliefs, which are based on faith alone, coming under threat from your simple and devastatingly unanswerable demonstration that evolution is a total hoax.)

By the way, to others who are ignoring WNK, does answering his posts without looking at them count as a serious relapse?
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In reply to an earlier post on Nov 16, 2009 2:06:46 PM PST
One step from madness I think. There's probably some quantum entanglement happening ... he knows that you know that he knows that you know ...

But you could answer without looking, and then get a friend to check for concordance. Maybe this is the whole psi/esp thingy they've been looking at for years. Could be the case that breaks the mold. Then we could all just sit at home, sans internet, and troll each other without the service costs.

Cheers, Mike.

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"The egg came from the hen and the hen came from the egg, but I've been wondering all this time just how it's goin' to end." From a folk song sung by Doc Watson.

Several times in my life I've sunk into the evolution question. I have a scientific approach to things, and I have problems with all views about creation. "In the Beginning" may be a perfect description of the Big Bang.

The real question is, "What will we do with our lives, now that we're living them?"

(Dolev Gilmore, author: Nutrition and Your Child's Soul: Don Quixote's Heart-Cry

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tlm550 says:
I've heard it many times, but never from an adult until I got here (this board).
I've only heard it from little kids.

I understand why people are beginning to say it, but it doesn't make it correct and it doesn't make it acceptable by intelligent people. I'm just amazed that you went to the trouble of defending such a silly phrase.

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Rev. Otter says:
mea culpa.

/not really mea
//just seemed to fit
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