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PostPosted: Sun Jun 14, 2009 8:46 pm
 


Title: Who goes to a creationist museum?
Category: Uncle Sam
Posted By: snookums
Date: 2009-06-14 17:26:38


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 14, 2009 8:46 pm
 


Pretty boring museum. One Sunday 6,000 years ago, God made EVERYTHING.
Then on Monday HE KILLED 99% OF THEM.
Tuesday HE KILLED ANOTHER 99% of life on Earth.
Why? He works in mysterious ways. You'll go to Hell if you even try to figure it out.


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 14, 2009 8:49 pm
 


herbie wrote:
Pretty boring museum. One Sunday 6,000 years ago, God made EVERYTHING.
Then on Monday HE KILLED 99% OF THEM.
Tuesday HE KILLED ANOTHER 99% of life on Earth.
Why? He works in mysterious ways. You'll go to Hell if you even try to figure it out.

I'm pretty sure there'd be a lot more to it than that.


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 14, 2009 9:12 pm
 


herbie wrote:
Pretty boring museum. One Sunday 6,000 years ago, God made EVERYTHING.
Then on Monday HE KILLED 99% OF THEM.
Tuesday HE KILLED ANOTHER 99% of life on Earth.
Why? He works in mysterious ways. You'll go to Hell if you even try to figure it out.


Cool...God's the ultimate gamer.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 15, 2009 11:52 am
 


herbie wrote:
Pretty boring museum. One Sunday 6,000 years ago, God made EVERYTHING.
Then on Monday HE KILLED 99% OF THEM.
Tuesday HE KILLED ANOTHER 99% of life on Earth.
Why? He works in mysterious ways. You'll go to Hell if you even try to figure it out.


ROTFL

It's amazing that any "thinking" person would swallow this kind of crap.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 15, 2009 11:56 am
 


Guy promoting Creationism wrote:
"I personally don't know, but natural selection seems to be the only thing people go on. It should be more open," he says. "There are sometimes better explanations for things, I mean people thought the earth was flat."
Oh, the irony!


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 15, 2009 12:10 pm
 


8O What if they're right? 8O


























Sorry, I couldn't help myself! :lol: :lol: :lol:


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Sorry, I couldn't help myself! :lol: :lol: :lol:

Oh, good one.


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RUEZ wrote:
poquas wrote:
Sorry, I couldn't help myself! :lol: :lol: :lol:

Oh, good one.



You're welcome! :lol:


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poquas wrote:
RUEZ wrote:
poquas wrote:
Sorry, I couldn't help myself! :lol: :lol: :lol:

Oh, good one.



You're welcome! :lol:


:rock: :lol:


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poquas wrote:
You're welcome! :lol:


:rock: :lol:

ROTFL R=UP :lol: :rock:


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ROTFL R=UP :lol: :rock:


8O :? :lol: :lol: :lol: :P :oops: :twisted:

Oh...and best quote from the link - "Why is Darwin buried with kings at Westminster Abbey? He's not a king " -Robert Mailloux

Well Bobby, aristocrats, poets, authors and other dignitaries from Blake to Dickens to Kipling are all buried there too! And they're not kings either! I guess Bob Bob is a good illustration of the kind of people "who would to a creationist museum". :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: ROTFL ROTFL


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 15, 2009 4:34 pm
 


It certainly demonstrates the great intellect required for one to call themselves a creationist.

God. A creation of man. :roll:


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 15, 2009 5:06 pm
 


I guess a lot of people have been going...

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Image Laurie Geesey, 57, made the 560-mile trip from Wisconsin the night before with her husband Richard. The former high school teacher, who says she believes God created "everything visible and invisible", feels people look down on her views "especially under the current [White House] administration". "It interferes with their lifestyle, you know 'If it feels good go ahead and do it' - the Bible doesn't teach that," she says. In fact, she's not sure Darwin believed his own theory. Husband Richard Geesey, 67, a retired university professor, says he was "very impressed" by the museum and liked the fact that scriptures backed up the exhibits. "I believe in a lot of this and wanted to see how accurate it was," he says. "I believe the Earth is around 5,500 years old. If you don't believe in Genesis, you don't believe in anything else."


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 15, 2009 5:20 pm
 


coaster_dot wrote:
I guess a lot of people have been going...

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Image Laurie Geesey, 57, made the 560-mile trip from Wisconsin the night before with her husband Richard. The former high school teacher, who says she believes God created "everything visible and invisible", feels people look down on her views "especially under the current [White House] administration". "It interferes with their lifestyle, you know 'If it feels good go ahead and do it' - the Bible doesn't teach that," she says. In fact, she's not sure Darwin believed his own theory. Husband Richard Geesey, 67, a retired university professor, says he was "very impressed" by the museum and liked the fact that scriptures backed up the exhibits. "I believe in a lot of this and wanted to see how accurate it was," he says. "I believe the Earth is around 5,500 years old. If you don't believe in Genesis, you don't believe in anything else."



I definitely believe that Mr. Geesey is some kind of an in-bred moron. Does my believing in this indisputable certitude count as faith?.


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