Ask about where the matter came from in the first place and they'll claim cosmotology can't answer that question. ( No duh!)
[2/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
Fundie Index: 2
it's dust from the big bang
1/29/2008 2:25:32 AM
Well, there is always the eternal question on whether or not to use foundation on your planetary blush...
1/29/2008 4:06:03 AM
Scientologists have been researching this for a long time. Astrologers are coming closer to having the answers, using their telescopes. Maybe some day, the answers will be found. If it agrees with your biliography, then so be it. But it needs to be objectified truth, not just some story pulled from Uranus.
1/29/2008 5:01:55 AM
He's right. Know what? Neither can dermatology (yeah, I know I misspelled that). Neither can a barber.
1/29/2008 9:22:23 AM
You fail physics forever.
11/27/2008 4:01:58 AM
a mind far far away
Well, I don't see how cosmatology comes into play, seeing as how this seems to be a biology question and all. I think he's trying to bring physics into it too, but I'm not sure. It's hard to translate moron into English. But for those still in school, most of the time haircuts are free.
11/27/2008 4:10:36 AM
11/27/2008 4:29:31 AM
So my hairdresser can answer that question?
11/27/2008 4:50:36 AM
I love the (No duh!) at the end. Well, obviously. That makes as much sense as this:
Ask about where the matter came from in the first place and they'll claim anesthesiology can't answer that question. ( No duh!)
11/27/2008 6:47:31 AM
Dr. Jimes Tooper
"Scientologists have been researching this for a long time"
No offense, but I'm pretty sure that $cientology has nothing to do with astrophysics.
8/18/2011 1:46:43 PM
It came from me. Why are you so incapable of compromise?
8/1/2013 2:06:55 PM