Monday, November 27, 2006

Fundie dinoworld set to open

Coming to a fundie near you - a museum where one must suspend all rational thought. Kind of like when you visit Alice in Wonderland at Disneyland.  

The world's first Creationist museum - dedicated to the idea that the creation of the world, as told in Genesis, is factually correct - will soon open. Stephen Bates is given a sneak preview and asks: was there really a tyrannosaurus in the Bible?

Source: Stephen Bates is given a sneak preview of the world's first Creationist museum | Special reports | Guardian Unlimited

My favorite quote:

But what, I ask wonderingly, about those fossilised remains of early man-like creatures? Marsh knows all about that: "There are no such things. Humans are basically as you see them today. Those skeletons they've found, what's the word? ... they could have been deformed, diseased or something. I've seen people like that running round the streets of New York."

This guy is from Australia - can we send him back? I'm sure BeepBeep can handle him.


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media said...

Hey Deep,

No you cannot send Stephen 'Fundie' back. He's banished!


Mojoey said...

Media - bummer. He needs to go home.

Lexcen said...

We have a lot of morons in Australia.

beepbeepitsme said...

LOL @ beep beep can handle him.

We send our loonies over to you guys. The dude who runs answering genesis, is, an australian. *sigh*

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Have a look at this guy and you tell me that human beings do not have a common ancestor with other hominids. Sheesh..

Nah, stuff ya, I am sending our crazies over to you guys, we gots enuff of our own.

Mojoey said...

let us all just agree to send our fundies to France.