Yes, it is.
11/29/2005 1:11:26 PM
Ah, the irony.
(I've already seen the same sort of argument, btw. If the fundie in question doesn't believe mutations can happen, it's really fun to throw it right back in their face with the extraordinary improbability of certain allele distributions - I think I found one that, even under the most generous assumptions I could make, was about as likely as winning the lottery 20,000 times in a row if that fundie's assumptions were correct. And of course there are the genes that have more than four alleles, which under the same assumptions have a probability of 0.)
11/29/2005 2:53:26 PM
Yes, the irony :P
The same should be said to you, buddy.
11/29/2005 4:47:41 PM
This guy needs to be force choked.
11/29/2005 6:09:12 PM
There goes my ironymeter... anybody knows where you can order them by the hundreds?
11/29/2005 7:33:57 PM
The Last Conformist
Evolution gives me hope that the ironymeters of our descendants may be up to this sort of thing.
11/29/2005 8:41:10 PM
Evolution gives me hope that our antiquated ironymeters will be able to withstand future fundie banter.
11/30/2005 9:40:56 AM
Yes, Stormtrooper, I agree. Quite apalling.
So, do you plan on stopping?
11/30/2005 7:43:47 PM
Yes it is, isn't it?
5/11/2007 1:32:49 PM
\"Highly polished mirror\" maybe?
5/12/2007 11:58:23 PM
Yes...yes it is.
8/21/2008 10:01:36 PM
People who cling to the extra-biblical, deranged comic-book fantasy of The Rapture have no business calling other people "ignorant."
1/20/2011 7:38:14 AM
thats a stupid fucking analogy anyway.
then! the oh so smart theist thinks they've outsmarted their atheist counterpart.
when all along they've just backed themselves into a dark corner of stupidity and nonsensical reasoning.
1/20/2011 8:22:33 AM
[Replying to someone who says witnessing to atheists using a strange analogy to rolling a million dice and getting human DNA didn't work too well.
"It is amazing the tenacity with which some people cling to their ignorance."
How right you are, Stormtrumper. Now you go buy a million dice from an RPG shop and start rolling such. Meanwhile, I'll show you just one thing. It's called "On the Origin of Species"...!
"Yes, it is."
"Ah, the irony."
"Yes, the irony :P"
"There goes my ironymeter... anybody knows where you can order them by the hundreds?"
@ The Last Conformist
"Evolution gives me hope that the ironymeters of our descendants may be up to this sort of thing."
"People who cling to the extra-biblical, deranged comic-book fantasy of The Rapture have no business calling other people "ignorant."
"They really do have an irony deficiency. I honestly believe that in certain parts of America now, people have started to mate with vegetables."
-Jeremy Clarkson, "Top Gear"
1/20/2011 8:56:12 AM
The irony hit me so hard it knocked out some teeth...
9/17/2011 6:41:01 PM