Quote# 14263

[as it got clear in a later post, the first sentence is to be understood literally; she actually asserts that God told her about this in a private conversation]

Something else the Lord revealed. There is one creature that scientist put together from some bones that they found. They created a whole new animal that never existed.
They took a long bone from each leg, and made a huge tail out of it. It became a dinosaur with a long neck, short legs, and a long tail. The bones were actually from a giraffe. #Rofl

Gabbylittleangel, 123 Christian Forums 23 Comments [8/26/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Yeah, because obiviously there's no goddamn difference between giraffe bones and leg bones of larger dinosaurs.

8/26/2006 1:49:11 PM


Never mind the fact that dinosaurs are a great deal larger than a fucking giraffe.

8/26/2006 1:58:09 PM


And none of the other scientists called them on the fact that the bones just happened to look like giraffe neck bones, and didn't match the rest when carbon dated because hey, they're all in on it.

8/26/2006 2:11:09 PM


Yes, its all a major conspiracy, thats right. We are all in on it to.

8/26/2006 2:48:54 PM


Haha! #Rofl! You showed us, good Gabby! Oh, I'm \"ROFL\"ing, but not at what you think.

8/26/2006 3:07:03 PM


Why hasn't anyone touched the \"god revealed it to her!\" part?

8/26/2006 3:29:26 PM


maybe she's getting mixed up about Archaeoraptor?

a chinese farmer had it faked (to make money), a US publisher broadcast the story (to make money), and scientists proved it to be a fraud (because they hold truth in higher regard to money).

8/26/2006 4:04:46 PM


\"The Lord\" must be a code phrase for \"the mother of all acid trips\".

8/26/2006 4:15:44 PM

David D.G.

Deluded, demented, and willfully ignorant -- a potent and pathetic combination.

~David D.G.

8/26/2006 6:22:58 PM


These fundies must assume that scientists are as moronic as they are, to fall for such obvious garbage.
Sad that...

8/26/2006 7:22:15 PM


\"Something else the Lord revealed.\"

Your imaginary friend told you something?

\"There is one creature that scientist put together from some bones that they found. They created a whole new animal that never existed.\"

And, you know this because your hallucination of a deity told you so?

\"They took a long bone from each leg, and made a huge tail out of it. It became a dinosaur with a long neck, short legs, and a long tail. The bones were actually from a giraffe.\"

Just because YOU cannot tell the difference between a femur and a vertebra doesn't mean that the rest of us are that ignorant. Also, dinosaur bones are easily distinguished from the bones of a giraffe.


Don't laugh too hard, YOU'RE the butt of the joke.

8/26/2006 8:05:00 PM


I just realised I may have self-inflicted poe's law - rest assured, my last post was sarcasm.

8/26/2006 9:01:55 PM

Anna Ghislaine

If what moog said is the same as the specimen I'm thinking of, the two animals that made up the fossil both turned out to be dino-bird transitionals. So by trying to fool the palaeontologists, the hoaxer had actually given them two new fossils for the price of one. Ha!

8/26/2006 9:01:58 PM

Teddy DuChamps

Why is it these people insist that they are having these armchair discussions with 'the Lord' and all He talks about is stupid shit like this?

8/26/2006 11:36:36 PM


OK, Gabby - there's a cutesy-wutesy widdle scientwiffic site out there called \"enchanted learning\". And no, it's not witch craft, and no, learning is not evil.

You might like this page.
Here's a preview of some good bits.

There's actually words too. And hundreds of other species to look at, and 20,000 pages of \"learning\".

8/27/2006 1:16:03 AM

Mister Spak

Brain in a jar:

Fundies wouldn't recognise it as sarcasm, because they actually do that.
They assume their opponents do too.

Berny: Not quite, fundies create frauds to support their claims,
and they assume their opposition does too.

8/27/2006 1:49:03 AM

David D.G.

Julian, that's nice of you to provide some educational material so conveniently. I note that the full height of the giraffe comes up almost to the shoulder of the brachiosaurus; this alone demonstrates how wildly off God was in his sense of proportion when spinning his lies to that girl. 9_9

Heck, if nothing else, maybe we can at least get her to realize that it wasn't God after all; she might think it was Satan, rather than just her own hallucinations, but at least then she won't be taking everything \"he\" says as true anymore!

~David D.G.

8/27/2006 4:04:55 AM

Napoleon the Clown


Get prompt psychiatric help. For the safety of yourself and others.

Or to get you over the chronic lying bit. Whatever the case may be.

8/27/2006 5:40:58 AM


Very nice link Julian, it inspired me to compare the actual skeletal structure of a giraffe and a brachiosaurus:

Note that the giraffe only has seven bones in its neck, the Brachiosaur has twelve. Also, to suggest that tail bones look like leg bones is simply absurd, the diagram Julian posted shows that a dinosaur's tail is made of a series of smal vertibra, not a few long leg-like bones.

8/27/2006 6:12:33 AM


What a give-away! I'm willing to bet Julian's diagram was drawn by an evolutionist, and yet it clearly shows a human living alongside dinosaurs!

8/27/2006 9:31:45 AM


Quiet, you.

Anyone with any sort of education in anatomy can easly tell the difference between a leg bone and a tailbone, but you probably never took anatomy, didja?

8/28/2006 12:31:52 AM

\"THE LORD\" (Redhunter)

That's not what I told you medammit! Maybe I did...I was pretty drunk. I was gonna call some old girlfriend of mine but I decided to prank call you first. If I said that, I'm sorry. I was totally jerkin' you there. By the way, Gabbylittleanus, if you tell anybody else that I called you I will smite your sorry ass. ANd stop using that #Rofl thing, everybody is sick of it.

8/28/2006 7:43:42 AM

Old Viking

Scientists are rapscallions. You can't take your eyes off of them for a minute.

9/1/2006 1:59:47 AM

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