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Posted: 4/9/2006 2:18:11 PM EDT
why is it that the people that are pushing it only want to push 1 virsion?
i dont mind it being in school, but everything in its place and context.

after all, for everyone of you who think your story is the "right" 1, im sure everyone of these guys feels the same way.. whos right?


Babylonian Creation Myth

African Creation Myth -
Olori

Comparison of 4
African Creation Myths

Korean & Japanese
Creation Myth comparisons

Navajo Creation Myth

Norse Creation Myth

Creation Myth from India

Japanese Creation Myth

Comanche Creation Myth

Chinese Creation Myth

Chelan Creation Myth

Pima Creation Myth

Mayan Creation Myth

Miwok Creation Myth

Scandinavian (Norse)
Creation Myths

Salish Creation Myth

Australian Aboriginal
Creation Myth

Hopi Creation Myth

Tahitian Creation Myth

Yokut Creation Myth

Comanche Creation Myth Egyptian Creation Myths

African - Mande, Yoruba
Creation Myths

Several different short
Creation Stories

Micmac Creation Myth

Lakota Creation Myth

Several Creation Stories:
India, Romania, Mongol, etc..

Chinese Creation / Flood
Myth

Assyrian / Babylonian
Creation Myth

Maori Creation Myth

Christian & Jewish
Creation Myth (Genesis)

Aztec Creation Myth

Digueno Creation Myth

Apache Creation Myth

African Creation Myths

Dakota Creation Myth

Hungarian Creation Myth

Iroquois Creation Myth

Inuit Creation Myth

Huron Creation Myth

Hawaiian Creation Myth

a link to all of these

www.magictails.com/creationlinks.html
Link Posted: 4/9/2006 2:19:11 PM EDT
yay for stupid religion threads!
Link Posted: 4/9/2006 2:20:47 PM EDT
The Flying Spaghetti Monster created everything.

Everyone else is wrong.
Link Posted: 4/9/2006 2:22:00 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Max_Power:
The Flying Spaghetti Monster created everything.

Everyone else is wrong.



may you be touched by his noodly appendage
Link Posted: 4/9/2006 2:22:37 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Max_Power:
The Flying Spaghetti Monster created everything.

Everyone else is wrong.



+1
Link Posted: 4/9/2006 2:33:26 PM EDT
It seems to me that there isn't a whole lot to teach regarding creationism. To ignore evolution would be to ignore a whole lot of archeological and palentological study. There's a lot of scientific study to be had when examining evolution in the classroom. Not so much with creationism.

Unfortunately, the debate centers more around the teachers than the subject matter (though few will acknowledge this). Science is an attempt to explain the world around us and the origins of the Universe. That being said, there are far too many teachers who are a little too eager to dismiss (in fact, some go so far as to demonize those who would suggest) that a Creator had a hand in Creation. Many teachers would prefer that evolution was taught in such a manner as to eliminate the "need" for a God. They push this athiestic agenda (athiesm itself requiring more faith than any religion) in schools and into the mushy brains of children (whose parents are, for the most part, conspicuously absent from their lives).

So, is evolution necessarily wrong?!? not at all. The way it is taught, however, is very wrong - almost criminal. Those who would ask if the eating of the apple could be a metaphor for when man attained reason are attacked by their teachers for being superstisious. As if that is not a perfectly logical conclusion - it simply does not fit their athiestic agenda.

I have known many science teachers. Many were athiests. They - each and every one - had an agenda that they weaseled into their curriculum. It was sad for those whose parents were not there to counter that propaganda.

Science is, itself, the search for God. Those who claim to be scientists and athiests are a paradox, and much like your average liberal, not to be trusted with the education of our children.
Matt
Link Posted: 4/9/2006 2:39:29 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 4/9/2006 2:40:49 PM EDT by blacklisted]
I've read most of those creation myths above.

In public school (including Adam and Eve).

The class I read them in was Mythology.
Link Posted: 4/9/2006 2:42:51 PM EDT
Equally important is: whatever happened to the teaching of spelling and grammar?
Link Posted: 4/9/2006 2:46:21 PM EDT
Same topic as every other ceation topic....IBTL
Link Posted: 4/9/2006 2:46:48 PM EDT
This topic has definately been done to death.
Link Posted: 4/9/2006 2:48:45 PM EDT
why when where what?
Link Posted: 4/9/2006 3:28:33 PM EDT
Link Posted: 4/9/2006 3:41:27 PM EDT

Originally Posted By TheRedHorseman:

Originally Posted By Max_Power:
The Flying Spaghetti Monster created everything.

Everyone else is wrong.



may you be touched by his noodly appendage



And born again into pasta sauce.
Link Posted: 4/9/2006 3:42:56 PM EDT
Dude, whatever school you went to, it should have spent more time teaching you English instead of all of those creation stories. Or did your community college throw in a free mythology class with the purchase of a GED.

English Motherf#cker, DO YOU SPEAK IT.
Link Posted: 4/9/2006 3:44:01 PM EDT
Did the creationism thread get autolocked already?
Link Posted: 4/9/2006 3:44:23 PM EDT

Originally Posted By skinnysarge79:
Dude, whatever school you went to, it should have spent more time teaching you English instead of all of those creation stories. Or did your community college throw in a free mythology class with the purchase of a GED.

English Motherf#cker, DO YOU SPEAK IT.



ever hear of electives? or have you gotten to college yet?
Link Posted: 4/10/2006 7:43:32 AM EDT

Originally Posted By skinnysarge79:
Dude, whatever school you went to, it should have spent more time teaching you English instead of all of those creation stories. Or did your community college throw in a free mythology class with the purchase of a GED.

English Motherf#cker, DO YOU SPEAK IT.




look here sport, at the rate we're going, you better learn spanish mother fucker.


Link Posted: 4/10/2006 7:46:07 AM EDT

Originally Posted By unkempt1:

Originally Posted By skinnysarge79:
Dude, whatever school you went to, it should have spent more time teaching you English instead of all of those creation stories. Or did your community college throw in a free mythology class with the purchase of a GED.

English Motherf#cker, DO YOU SPEAK IT.




look here sport, at the rate we're going, you better learn spanish mother fucker.





espanol pendejo! hables?
Link Posted: 4/10/2006 7:51:00 AM EDT

Originally Posted By Ring:
Why is it that the people that are pushing it only want to push 1 version?



Maybe because 80% of Americans are Christian and most of them believe in Creation?

Shok
Link Posted: 4/10/2006 7:55:49 AM EDT
It's fine for context in history or mythology classes, but should never enter a science classroom.
Link Posted: 4/10/2006 7:56:17 AM EDT

Originally Posted By valheru21:
It seems to me that there isn't a whole lot to teach regarding creationism. To ignore evolution would be to ignore a whole lot of archeological and palentological study. There's a lot of scientific study to be had when examining evolution in the classroom. Not so much with creationism.

Unfortunately, the debate centers more around the teachers than the subject matter (though few will acknowledge this). Science is an attempt to explain the world around us and the origins of the Universe. That being said, there are far too many teachers who are a little too eager to dismiss (in fact, some go so far as to demonize those who would suggest) that a Creator had a hand in Creation. Many teachers would prefer that evolution was taught in such a manner as to eliminate the "need" for a God. They push this athiestic agenda (athiesm itself requiring more faith than any religion) in schools and into the mushy brains of children (whose parents are, for the most part, conspicuously absent from their lives).

So, is evolution necessarily wrong?!? not at all. The way it is taught, however, is very wrong - almost criminal. Those who would ask if the eating of the apple could be a metaphor for when man attained reason are attacked by their teachers for being superstisious. As if that is not a perfectly logical conclusion - it simply does not fit their athiestic agenda.

I have known many science teachers. Many were athiests. They - each and every one - had an agenda that they weaseled into their curriculum. It was sad for those whose parents were not there to counter that propaganda.

Science is, itself, the search for God. Those who claim to be scientists and athiests are a paradox, and much like your average liberal, not to be trusted with the education of our children.
Matt



I can't believe I'm about to do this:

+1
Link Posted: 4/10/2006 8:00:54 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 4/10/2006 8:02:09 AM EDT by Alien]

Originally Posted By QShok:

Originally Posted By Ring:
Why is it that the people that are pushing it only want to push 1 version?



Maybe because 80% of Americans are Christian and most of them believe in Creation?

Shok



Wow, 80% of Americans think evolution is bullshit?


What's that joke? 65% of statistics are made up on the spot?

If you want to learn about Creationism, you goto Sunday school. If you want to learn about science and the world, you goto school. End of story.
Link Posted: 4/10/2006 8:09:11 AM EDT

Originally Posted By TheRedHorseman:

Originally Posted By Max_Power:
The Flying Spaghetti Monster created everything.

Everyone else is wrong.



may you be touched by his noodly appendage



Ramen.

Link Posted: 4/10/2006 8:12:38 AM EDT
God, aka Pat Robertson is going to smite your ass for starting this thread

Link Posted: 4/10/2006 8:17:08 AM EDT
...Because Christian Creationism is right?

Evolutionists keep having to revise your little evolution theories every five or ten years, while Creationism hasn't changed in... well, since it was written down, pretty much...

TAKE THAT surly science dorks!
Link Posted: 4/10/2006 8:29:15 AM EDT

Originally Posted By QShok:

Originally Posted By Ring:
Why is it that the people that are pushing it only want to push 1 version?



Maybe because 80% of Americans are Christian and most of them believe in Creation?

Shok




so 80% "believe", I guess they must be right.



Link Posted: 4/10/2006 8:30:26 AM EDT

Originally Posted By Alien:

Originally Posted By QShok:

Originally Posted By Ring:
Why is it that the people that are pushing it only want to push 1 version?



Maybe because 80% of Americans are Christian and most of them believe in Creation?

Shok



Wow, 80% of Americans think evolution is bullshit?


What's that joke? 65% of statistics are made up on the spot?

If you want to learn about Creationism, you goto Sunday school. If you want to learn about science and the world, you goto school. End of story.




+1
Link Posted: 4/10/2006 10:35:33 AM EDT

Originally Posted By QShok:

Originally Posted By Ring:
Why is it that the people that are pushing it only want to push 1 version?



Maybe because 80% of Americans are Christian and most of them believe in Creation?

Shok


what makes them think their book is the right one?
Link Posted: 4/10/2006 10:37:52 AM EDT

Originally Posted By TheRedHorseman:
may you be touched by his noodly appendage



Didn't some priests get in trouble for that sort of thing a while back???
Link Posted: 4/10/2006 10:41:37 AM EDT

Originally Posted By Ring:

Originally Posted By QShok:

Originally Posted By Ring:
Why is it that the people that are pushing it only want to push 1 version?



Maybe because 80% of Americans are Christian and most of them believe in Creation?

Shok


what makes them think their book is the right one?



you gotta believe.
Link Posted: 4/10/2006 10:49:21 AM EDT

Originally Posted By John_Wayne777:

Originally Posted By TheRedHorseman:
may you be touched by his noodly appendage



Didn't some priests get in trouble for that sort of thing a while back???



Yes, but they were using the wrong appendage.

CO
Link Posted: 4/10/2006 10:59:02 AM EDT
We simply used to be a Christian nation...and some poor souls are trying to sweep back the tide of secular humanism.

Now we are simply a nation that was founded by Christians upon Christian principles.

Atheism was the principle upon which very few nations were founded.

Thankfully.

The Soviet Union, the Soviet Bloc, Red China, North Korea, North Vietnam, and, of course, Fidel's Cuba.

There used to be a pretty wide gulf between the West and these others....

And some home-grown asshats are working to erase those remarkable differences even faster!

Hmmmm.

How do you define a 'patriot' nowadays?

Bible burners?

Eric The(BibleThumping)Hun
Link Posted: 4/10/2006 11:01:18 AM EDT

Originally Posted By EricTheHun:
We simply used to be a Christian nation...and some poor souls are trying to sweep back the tide of secular humanism.

Now we are simply a nation that was founded by Christians upon Christian principles.

Atheism was the principle upon which very few nations were founded.

Thankfully.

The Soviet Union, the Soviet Bloc, Red China, North Korea, North Vietnam, and, of course, Fidel's Cuba.

There used to be a pretty wide gulf between the West and these others....

And some home-grown asshats are working to erase those remarkable differences even faster!

Hmmmm.

How do you define a 'patriot' nowadays?

Bible burners?

Eric The(BibleThumping)Hun





Reads like a propaganda pamphlet. Many men were Christians but some of our most important founders were most definitely not. It's neither here nor there anyhow, religion is taught in churches and not schools.
Link Posted: 4/10/2006 11:08:00 AM EDT
The Universe was sneezed out of the nose of a being called the Great Green Arkleseizure.

Link Posted: 4/10/2006 11:10:19 AM EDT
What I want to know is why do scientific geniuses like Unkempt1 keep responding to the creation thread started by Cinncinatus to the point that it is now on PAGE 42...

Link Posted: 4/10/2006 11:15:47 AM EDT

Originally Posted By EricTheHun:
We simply used to be a Christian nation...and some poor souls are trying to sweep back the tide of secular humanism.

Now we are simply a nation that was founded by Christians upon Christian principles.

Atheism was the principle upon which very few nations were founded.

Thankfully.

The Soviet Union, the Soviet Bloc, Red China, North Korea, North Vietnam, and, of course, Fidel's Cuba.

There used to be a pretty wide gulf between the West and these others....

And some home-grown asshats are working to erase those remarkable differences even faster!

Hmmmm.

How do you define a 'patriot' nowadays?

Bible burners?

Eric The(BibleThumping)Hun



Well said, Brother.
Link Posted: 4/10/2006 11:16:46 AM EDT

Originally Posted By John_Wayne777:

Originally Posted By TheRedHorseman:
may you be touched by his noodly appendage



Didn't some priests get in trouble for that sort of thing a while back???



[demented german guy] OH SNAP [demented german guy]
Link Posted: 4/10/2006 11:18:08 AM EDT
ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!

Link Posted: 4/10/2006 11:18:19 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 4/10/2006 11:20:21 AM EDT by EricTheHun]

Originally Posted By dolanp:
Reads like a propaganda pamphlet.


No.

More like an American History textbook from any period in American History right up until the time you were wearing diapers.

Get used to being reminding by folks like me of how things used to be.

It is History, after all.

Many men were Christians but some of our most important founders were most definitely not.

Define 'some.'

But even if there were three, Jefferson, Franklin, and Thomas Paine, they were certainly not atheists.

And, except for Paine, they never publicly voiced their views...because they knew the American People were very, very Christian.

It's neither here nor there anyhow, religion is taught in churches and not schools.

That became the rule after about the Mid-Sixties, when the inmates began running the asylum.

Remember McGuffey's Reader?

No, I suppose you may well be ignorant of the books that formed the Amercian Character long before you were a gleam in your granddaddy's eye.

Don't suppose you ever had Christmas Programs and Easter Plays at your public school, either?

Do you ever say a prayer to Madalyn Murray O'Hair?





Eric The(NowILayMeDownToSleep,IPrayTheLordMySoulTo­Keep,IfIDieBeforeIWake...Someone'sMadeABigMistake!)Hun
Link Posted: 4/10/2006 11:18:39 AM EDT
Why teach something as science that's called a "Myth"?
Link Posted: 4/10/2006 11:21:46 AM EDT

Originally Posted By dolanp:

Originally Posted By EricTheHun:
We simply used to be a Christian nation...and some poor souls are trying to sweep back the tide of secular humanism.

Now we are simply a nation that was founded by Christians upon Christian principles.

Atheism was the principle upon which very few nations were founded.

Thankfully.

The Soviet Union, the Soviet Bloc, Red China, North Korea, North Vietnam, and, of course, Fidel's Cuba.

There used to be a pretty wide gulf between the West and these others....

And some home-grown asshats are working to erase those remarkable differences even faster!

Hmmmm.

How do you define a 'patriot' nowadays?

Bible burners?

Eric The(BibleThumping)Hun





Reads like a propaganda pamphlet. Many men were Christians but some of our most important founders were most definitely not. It's neither here nor there anyhow, religion is taught in churches and not schools.



That's right, the were Deists.
Link Posted: 4/10/2006 11:24:23 AM EDT
Originally Posted By IAMLEGEND:

That's right, the were Deists.

Yeah, three of them...Jefferson, Franklin (who relented late in life), and Thomas Paine, who was NOT someone who I would call a 'Founding Father.'

Any more?

Nope.

Quite a paucity there in numbers, son.

Eric The(AmericanExceptionalist)Hun
Link Posted: 4/10/2006 11:27:59 AM EDT

Originally Posted By Max_Power:
The Flying Spaghetti Monster created everything.

Everyone else is wrong.



+1

All others will forever dwell in Olive Garden.
Link Posted: 4/10/2006 11:30:01 AM EDT

Originally Posted By John_Wayne777:
What I want to know is why do scientific geniuses like Unkempt1 keep responding to the creation thread started by Cinncinatus to the point that it is now on PAGE 42...




I got faith.


Link Posted: 4/10/2006 11:43:08 AM EDT

Originally Posted By EricTheHun:
Originally Posted By IAMLEGEND:

That's right, the were Deists.

Yeah, three of them...Jefferson, Franklin (who relented late in life), and Thomas Paine, who was NOT someone who I would call a 'Founding Father.'

Any more?

Nope.

Quite a paucity there in numbers, son.

Eric The(AmericanExceptionalist)Hun



Does Ethan Allen count?

And what about the ones who weren't expressly Deist but WERE expressly against Christianity?
James Madison, John Adams.

The main thing is that the "Christian Founding Fathers" myth is just that; a myth. Why else were protections put in place against imposing religion on people?

Because impose religion on people is EXACTLY what the ARFCOM Bible thumper would do if they had founded a country. But the Land of the Free was and could only be founded by free thinking people, not by zealots.

Link Posted: 4/10/2006 6:21:50 PM EDT

Originally Posted By valheru21:
It seems to me that there isn't a whole lot to teach regarding creationism. To ignore evolution would be to ignore a whole lot of archeological and palentological study. There's a lot of scientific study to be had when examining evolution in the classroom. Not so much with creationism.

Unfortunately, the debate centers more around the teachers than the subject matter (though few will acknowledge this). Science is an attempt to explain the world around us and the origins of the Universe. That being said, there are far too many teachers who are a little too eager to dismiss (in fact, some go so far as to demonize those who would suggest) that a Creator had a hand in Creation. Many teachers would prefer that evolution was taught in such a manner as to eliminate the "need" for a God. They push this athiestic agenda (athiesm itself requiring more faith than any religion) in schools and into the mushy brains of children (whose parents are, for the most part, conspicuously absent from their lives).

So, is evolution necessarily wrong?!? not at all. The way it is taught, however, is very wrong - almost criminal. Those who would ask if the eating of the apple could be a metaphor for when man attained reason are attacked by their teachers for being superstisious. As if that is not a perfectly logical conclusion - it simply does not fit their athiestic agenda.

I have known many science teachers. Many were athiests. They - each and every one - had an agenda that they weaseled into their curriculum. It was sad for those whose parents were not there to counter that propaganda.

Science is, itself, the search for God. Those who claim to be scientists and athiests are a paradox, and much like your average liberal, not to be trusted with the education of our children.
Matt



Damn, now I got to create a new list. The first time I read this I figured I had a new entry for my top 10 most stupid posts ever made here. But there are some valid points in and amongst the crap. The first paragraph makes sense and then it tanks rapidly.

This is now the first entry in my list of Top 10 Most Confused posts list.
Link Posted: 4/10/2006 6:24:47 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Krackels:
The Universe was sneezed out of the nose of a being called the Great Green Arkleseizure.





Beware of the Coming of the Great White Handkerchief!
Link Posted: 4/11/2006 7:35:02 AM EDT
Originally Posted By IAMLEGEND:

Does Ethan Allen count?

Was his signature on either the Declaration of Independence or the United States Constitution?

Nope.

He was a patriot, but not a Founding Father.

And what about the ones who weren't expressly Deist but WERE expressly against Christianity?
James Madison, John Adams.


Nonsense.

In the latest biography of John Adams, the author called Adam 'a Church creature', for all the time he spent at a Christian church

What you may think is an 'expression against Christianity' is likely no more than simply railing against the Pope, or some other cleric, or some perceived failing in a particular church.

I would advise you to spend more time studying this subject.

The main thing is that the "Christian Founding Fathers" myth is just that; a myth. Why else were protections put in place against imposing religion on people?

Actually what you think you know is more of a myth.

There is no protection placed by the Founding Fathers against 'imposing' a religion on people. There was only a simple expression by the Founding Fathers that there would be no 'established Church of the United States', as there was in Great Britain.

At the time that the US Constitution was adopted, it was a felony in Massachusettes not to attend church services on Sunday.

Most States would not permit an atheist to hold office, take an oath in Court, or serve as a juror.

That's what the Founding Fathers understood about the document they fashioned.

It was up to 20th Century Americans to parlay that understanding into what we now have....without so much as a single amendment.

Just as they have done with the Second Amendment....fashioned it into such a ludicrous construction that not even its creators would recognise it.

Because impose religion on people is EXACTLY what the ARFCOM Bible thumper would do if they had founded a country. But the Land of the Free was and could only be founded by free thinking people, not by zealots.

What bargain basement tripe you are serving up in this thread.

What lunacy!

You have succeeded in constructing a boogeyman that winds up scaring only yourself!

I would much rather be governed by the 'Bible thumpers' of 19th Century America than by the 'free thinking' idiots of today.

They gave us the Bill of Rights.

Y'all have given us 'Don't Ask, Don't tell', and 'Heather Has Two Mommies.'

What a great falling away there has been.

You are just a poor blind man who sees nothing and remembers nothing of what others have seen.

Eric The(GiveMeThatOldTimeReligion)Hun
Link Posted: 4/11/2006 7:51:39 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 4/11/2006 7:55:22 AM EDT by IAMLEGEND]

Originally Posted By EricTheHun:

...
Eric The(GiveMeThatOldTimeReligion)Hun



You faith has obscured you objectivity to the point where you can't draw accurate conclusions from observations. Rather, you hammer square pegs into rounds holes by imagining/re-inventing (in your own mind) reality to fit your beliefs.

I'll take the free thinkers of revolutionary America over the myopic zealots of the modern Christian Conservative (and over the libtards of today but I'm not sure why you brought them into the argument).

And I know; you will go on and on with rambling posts with replies inserted in the body of what you quote. And people will stop reading it and I will stop replying because it's a bunch of self-indulgent drivel.
And you will think you have won because I won't reply but what's actually happening is I won’t bother because you can't be reasoned with and you just rant and rave.
And it will be hard to tell if you really even believe what you’re saying or if it’s just some kind of grandstanding for your own ego.

But that's what you do here. I haven't seen a single thread you've participated in where it's been otherwise.

You ought to sign your posts Eric the (dogmatic, self-righteous, rambling windbag of a zealot) Hun
Link Posted: 4/11/2006 10:49:05 AM EDT
Originally Posted By IAMLEGEND:

You faith has obscured you objectivity to the point where you can't draw accurate conclusions from observations. Rather, you hammer square pegs into rounds holes by imagining/re-inventing (in your own mind) reality to fit your beliefs.

And your lack of faith has given you what?

A screwed up, idiotic, public-school-fed willful misunderstanding of American History that any scuzz-loving jackassed liberal pissbag would certainly approve of, and a conscious indifference to the facts surrounding the creation of this Nation.

My understanding of our History was the commonly-accepted view from the very beginning right up unto the time where the inmates took over the asylum.

My view represents the cherished values of our forefathers, yours belongs to the Brave New World that has crept into Our Republic since about the time of the Vietnam War.

Fine.

You choose your history, I'll choose mine.

But while you are entitled to your opinions in this matter, you are NOT entitled to your own facts.

So, again, which of the Founding Fathers were Deists?

Out of the 56 men who signed the Declaration of Independence and the 39 who signed the US Constitution....you know, the folks we call 'the Founding Fathers.'

And out of those names, you can come up with two names of those who did, and two names of those who didn't.

Not exactly a brilliant or convincing argument you have there, Bub.

So tell me, what douchebag Junior High School teacher taught you that spectacular crap?

May I recommend a good lawyer to sue that school district?

I'll take the free thinkers of revolutionary America over the myopic zealots of the modern Christian Conservative (and over the libtards of today but I'm not sure why you brought them into the argument).

You don't know what you are talking about.

Look at the 'Christian Conservative Movement' and see how many speak our language.

Now look at their opponents....basically, the leftist asshats and the mainstreal media.

They speak for you?

That is truly pathetic.

Truly and depressingly, pathetic.

And I know; you will go on and on with rambling posts with replies inserted in the body of what you quote. And people will stop reading it and I will stop replying because it's a bunch of self-indulgent drivel.

You may stop replying, indeed.

But you won'y stop reading.

So stop lying...again.



And you will think you have won because I won't reply but what's actually happening is I won’t bother because you can't be reasoned with and you just rant and rave.

I could give two shiites what someone who thinks as you does or does not do.

Possibly, you can grasp that thought?

Hopefully?

And it will be hard to tell if you really even believe what you’re saying or if it’s just some kind of grandstanding for your own ego.

I suppose that ego must be the first thing to go when you adopt the thought processes of our opponents.

Call the mainstream media the next time you see the RKBA get kicked in the teeth by your friends.

But that's what you do here. I haven't seen a single thread you've participated in where it's been otherwise.

Say, have you come up with anymore names yet?



(I thought not.)

You ought to sign your posts Eric the (dogmatic, self-righteous, rambling windbag of a zealot) Hun

Oh, no, I don't think that would be fitting.

But it appears that, with all that, you simply cannot handle your end of the argument.

Those names of the Founding Fathers who were Deists, again?

Tough cookies when History is flipping you the bird, isn't it?

Eric The(History'sABitch,EvenMoresoWhenYouAreWillf­ullyDumb)Hun
Link Posted: 4/11/2006 2:06:28 PM EDT
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