Quote# 47764

I have researched evolution. And it is completely ignorant. It doesn't add up either. Face it, fish can't give birth to monkeys, and a cat can change its size, color and shape, but it can't become a dog.

a?a??a, Y!A 79 Comments [9/17/2008 2:26:26 AM]
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"Face it, fish can't give birth to monkeys, and a cat can change its size, color and shape, but it can't become a dog."

Well, while that is all completely correct (well, other than a cat changing its size, color and shape), you clearly have not done any real research at all.

9/17/2008 2:27:26 AM


"I have researched-"

No you haven't. You haven't researched Evolution, Theology, Logic, Debating or even the basic ability to understand things.

9/17/2008 2:28:14 AM


Research... where, exactly?

9/17/2008 2:28:14 AM


I'm not sure whether this is ignorance of biology or word usage.

9/17/2008 2:30:45 AM


I have researched evolution.

Bullshit. Those retarded Chick tracts about evolution are completely false and blantanly retarded.

9/17/2008 2:36:12 AM


The instant that came up on my screen the whole neighbourhood got dumber.

9/17/2008 2:37:38 AM

Observable Reality

Did your research consist of anal mining? Because I think that's the only place you could pull this stuff from.

9/17/2008 2:38:16 AM

Tom S. Fox

I don't know what Evolution you have been researching, but it is clearly not the Evolution we're thinking of!

9/17/2008 2:38:55 AM


The only way my cat changed his size and shape was by eating and getting fat.

But do keep trying!

9/17/2008 2:43:21 AM


I have researched evolution

The rest of your statements totally disprove this. Stop lying and shut up and listen for a change.

9/17/2008 2:47:14 AM


Conservapedia and GodTube does not constitute research.

9/17/2008 2:50:12 AM


You have "researched" what Ham & Hovind had to say about evolution.

Try again. Use a more reputable source this time.

9/17/2008 2:52:30 AM

Jesus Klingon

Face it, fish can't give birth to monkeys, and a cat can change its size, color and shape, but it can't become a dog.

You're right, but what does any of this have to do with evolution?

9/17/2008 2:54:15 AM


A cat's kittens can be different from their parents through selective breeding. Darwin knew this, and if variationthrough man-made selection was not only possible, but real, then so was variation by means of natural selection. Natural selection, of course takes much longer than creating a new breed of cat or dog.

9/17/2008 2:57:38 AM

Malkavian Jeff

Evolution doesn't work that way.

Oh, if I told you I thought existence into existence, would ya believe that?

9/17/2008 3:01:55 AM


"a cat can change its size, color and shape"
How in holy fuck can you do exactly what you accuse the other side of, which is talk about things that they haven't directly observed. You have so much LESS to base your opinion on. They can point to a a vast body of evidence, you can't even point to your bible to back this up. You can only point to yourself and say "Me God. You listen".

9/17/2008 3:04:38 AM


I think I have to get myself one of these shape-shifting cats.

9/17/2008 3:15:02 AM


Evolution doesn't work that way!

9/17/2008 3:21:02 AM

Porky Pine

Cat's can change?

9/17/2008 3:49:27 AM

Elf Hat

Your dead body floating in a lake will change size, color and shape too! But it won't become a dog either :(

9/17/2008 3:53:55 AM


I have researched evolution, but I am completely ignorant.


9/17/2008 3:54:51 AM


A cat can't become a dog, and a fundie can't grow a brain.

9/17/2008 4:31:23 AM


What are you, twelve?

9/17/2008 4:36:27 AM


Reading your bible and listening to your pastor is not research.

Can't you go read a basic biology textbook before you spout this nonsense? Pay close attention to the taxonomy and classification of organisms.

9/17/2008 4:42:22 AM


Now tell me, would you believe me if I said I have researched religion and told you it is ignorant?

9/17/2008 5:19:30 AM

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