Evolve me something and we'll talk
[11/1/2002 12:00:00 ]
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2/4/2007 9:53:32 PM
Matty The Red
Id rather not talk to you at all thanks
Grow a brain and we'll talk.
Show me god, or jesus and we'll talk.
\"Evolve me something and we'll talk.\"
Before we talk, why don't you try
-- or, in this case,
-- so you'll know what to talk about.
Make me a man out of dust, and a woman out of one of his ribs, and we'll talk.
(pretty sure I'm sub-conciously remembering something already commented on a quote, but...)
That sounds like a LOLcat:
"I'm in ur labrotory...
... evilving sumthin"
1/15/2008 10:08:06 PM
Sure, just give me twenty, thirty years of selective breeding and I'll give you an extra-long dachshund with a distinct resemblance to a primitive snake. Would that serve your purpose?
Evolution doesn't work that way!
U wantz pokemons?
Evolve me something and we'll both be DEAD by the time it's done, smart one.
Go cure someone with cancer and then we'll talk.
1/16/2008 8:39:54 PM
Create me something out of nothing and we'll talk.
6/14/2008 10:07:53 PM
No problem. Call me next time you get flu. I'm pretty sure it will be a mutated (evolved) version of last year's virus to which we'd built up a resistance.
6/14/2008 10:34:38 PM
Create another living, breathing human out of mud or another person's rib and we'll talk.
Show me a new creature that just poofed into existence.
Yeah that's what I thought, knuckle-dragger.
Evolution has been performed in labs, fuckwit. For example, the E. Coli bacteria that is used actually has EVOLVED so that it doesn't kill a host.
6/1/2009 2:42:56 PM
Show me your God, and we'll talk. If he can't make it, he can part Boston Harbor or the Hudson River and allow millions of commuters to cross, toll-free.
6/1/2009 4:15:11 PM
I'm studying biotechnology, see me in 6 years after I get my PhD.
6/1/2009 4:16:31 PM
I facepalmed on this. Ouch.
6/1/2009 11:17:53 PM
Soon as you show me a man being made from dust, or a woman from a rib.
6/1/2009 11:32:41 PM
It's not a magical trick, like, say, poofing the world out of nothing.
It is something that is happening all the time, all around the world. In little baby step, that is.
Just look at MRSA and ordinary cold viruses, they evolve to avoid antibiotics and so that their hosts will not be immune to them.
6/1/2009 11:54:23 PM
How about a bacterium that
eats Nylon by-products
, which didn't occur in the wild before the invention of Nylon in 1935?