[Arguing against science]
Tell me why the oldest human remains ever found were homo sapien.
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[9/1/2002 12:00:00 ]
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Dont know, maby because homo sapien is a human. Just a guess.
5/23/2006 9:51:32 PM
Okay, if you'll tell me why the oldest Volkswagen is a car.
5/23/2006 10:12:47 PM
Because it's a tautology?
Because if they weren't, they wouldn't be! Sheesh ask a stupid question.
I don't know whether to laugh or cry.
Either way works, cry till you laugh or laugh till you cry!
Because if it's not homo sapien then it's not a human and is something else.
How about because only humans are homo sapiens.
5/7/2010 6:27:23 PM
That would be Crow-Magnum man.
5/7/2010 10:10:13 PM
because they weren't. You're forgetting all the premoderns that still classify as humans or homonids that are far far older than any homo sapien sapien, like i don't know: austalopithecus anamensis, afarensis, robustus, garhi, boisei; kenyanthropus, sahelanthropus tchadensis; homo habilus... you get the picture (I hope). if not then please GTFO.
5/7/2010 10:14:56 PM
I invite you to join the Tautological Society of Tautology. The first rule of the Tautological Society of Tautology is the first rule of the Tautological Society of Tautology.
3/1/2011 5:14:19 PM
This is almost as good as the one where someone said that glaciers were not ice, but frozen water.
3/1/2011 5:27:40 PM
Because they weren't?
9/21/2011 6:26:20 PM
What would you expect them to be? Eggplants?
"Okay, if you'll tell me why the oldest Volkswagen is a car."
In Wing(nut)ro's case, comparing Stilton with Brie.
PROTIP: Volkswagen own Bugatti, which makes the Veyron Super Sport (which destroyed James May's nickname 'Captain Slow', when he drove one - at 253 MPH - in an episode of "Top Gear").
Two words: Usain Bolt:
I suspect we are already seeing the emergence of Homo