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And by the way: the dinosaurs didn’t all die. Noah must have taken some with them. They show up in too many works of ancient and “native” art. And some of them are alive today.

We’ve got a pod of them in Lake Champlain, Vermont, and the Canadians have them in Lake Okanagan, BC. There was a pod of them in Loch Ness, but I wouldn’t be surprised if they’re all dead by now, because that lake is so disgustingly polluted.

We had dragons throughout Western Europe, until the medieval knights hunted them to extinction. The dragons in China lasted a little longer; Marco Polo saw one of them.

Terry Hurlbut, Conservative News and Views 84 Comments [6/13/2011 2:54:06 AM]
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Dan Onymous

"We’ve got a pod of them in Lake Champlain, Vermont"


Of course you have. Now take this lithium and go back to bed, there's a luv.

6/13/2011 3:00:16 AM



"There was a pod of them in Loch Ness, but I wouldn’t be surprised if they’re all dead by now, because that lake is so disgustingly polluted."

News from Scotland: WRONG

6/13/2011 3:01:54 AM



Sigh.

/pats on the head condescendingly

6/13/2011 3:10:17 AM

Raised by Horses

Picture of the OP:


6/13/2011 3:51:33 AM

SpukiKitty

"And by the way: the dinosaurs didn’t all die..."

....They evolved into BIRDS!

*rimshot*

=D

6/13/2011 4:05:16 AM

LC

I never thought I'd say this but...

Pics or it didn't happen.

6/13/2011 4:23:42 AM

Jamaican Castle

I hear some of the dinosaurs survived the flood by reaching the mythical This Land. Of course, some of them suddenly, yet inevitably betrayed the rest, and so they all perished.

6/13/2011 4:45:18 AM

Prager

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA CRASH! (the sound of me falling on the floor)

6/13/2011 4:53:35 AM

Mister Spak

"And by the way: the dinosaurs didn’t all die. Noah must have taken some with them. They show up in too many works of ancient and “native” art. And some of them are alive today. "

It's true. I saw one on TV. It was purple.



6/13/2011 4:58:57 AM

Brendan Rizzo

Wow... I don't think even Schlafly is THIS stupid. Has Terry surpassed him in terms of dumbest idiot on Conservapedia?

6/13/2011 5:11:20 AM



That image of the medieval knight is a Romantic fabrication and those Chinese dragons are guys in a really long costume.

And those are the lesser flaws in your argument.

6/13/2011 5:24:01 AM



Originally posted by Jamaican Castle

I hear some of the dinosaurs survived the flood by reaching the mythical This Land. Of course, some of them suddenly, yet inevitably betrayed the rest, and so they all perished.

And thus did the betrayer laugh an evil laugh and rename This Land to Your Grave.

6/13/2011 5:24:28 AM

Deep Search

Those aren't even dinosaurs. Those are large marine reptiles. Dinosaurs only live on land. But, yeah, dinosaurs did survive. Just as birds.

Um. Someone obviously believes in fairy tales a little too much. Obviously.

6/13/2011 5:27:21 AM

Pule Thamex

This one goes beyond raving delusion and languishes in the realm of dribbling madness where sheer lunatic flights of deranged fantasy is the norm. It would be infinitely better to be known as a trollish clod rather than as a demented moron like Terry Hurlbut. Although, perhaps his deluded idiocy is a happy state, in which case he probably doesn't worry too much about it.

6/13/2011 5:28:45 AM



Whatever choof you're having, share it around please.

6/13/2011 5:38:09 AM

Doubting Thomas

Sheesh... trying to use cryptozoology to prove the bible. That's like using a myth to prove a fable. I guess if you're going to believe in some fairy tales, you might as well believe in all of them.

*edit* Oh yeah, I've been to Loch Ness, and it's not polluted. It's got a lot of natural sediment floating around in it, but the water was just as blue as you could imagine according to the nice photos I took there.

6/13/2011 5:58:33 AM

Table Rock

Ancient art also includes gods like Zeus and Anubis. Are you admitting they exist? Are they still around too?

6/13/2011 5:59:16 AM

freako104

Is this a poe? I hope it is

6/13/2011 6:07:51 AM

Caley Thistle

Loch Ness is disgustingly polluted? What? Is this some other Loch Ness near a chemical plant in Pittsburgh, or something?

And say, Hurlbut, do you happen to have any names of these medieval dragon-hunting knights? How about a dragon skin? No?

6/13/2011 6:20:05 AM

TGRwulf

Champ and the Lock Ness monster are just urbang legends. You realize this right?

6/13/2011 6:30:06 AM

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@ deep search: obviously ;)

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6/13/2011 6:39:38 AM

meh

OMG. I once saw a documentary concerning dragons. Honest to gods. I think it was made by some sci fi guy. They didn't call them dragons per se, however it was pretty close. They had these fossils and simulations and things. I assumed that they were either; joking, serious but about creatures resembling dragons, or seeing how many people they could con by using fancy language.
I'm currently trying to locate the name of this via google.

Oh and Terry? That new show called, "Merlin" isn't exactly a real documentary you know.

6/13/2011 6:39:56 AM



Let me see, you've not been in Scottland. Moreover, you don't know anything about it, not even from National Geographic documentaries.

6/13/2011 6:51:53 AM

Horsefeathers

"And by the way: the dinosaurs didn’t all die. Noah must have taken some with them."

Well, DUH!

What do you think he loaded all of the other animals onto the ark for? Food for the dinosaurs, obviously!

"They show up in too many works of ancient and “native” art."

Ancient people dug in the ground.

Ancient people found large skeletons.

Ancient people wondered, "What the holy fuck is that?"

Ancient people drew depictions of the bones with skin/muscle from the knowledge they have of how extant creatures look/behave.

Creationists come along and point to art as "eyewitness accounts."

Modern people laugh at creationists.

"And some of them are alive today."

Some of their descendants are alive today and various species that were around at the time of the dinosaurs are alive today.

Dinosaurs themselves--not so much.

"We’ve got a pod of them in Lake Champlain, Vermont, and the Canadians have them in Lake Okanagan, BC. There was a pod of them in Loch Ness, but I wouldn’t be surprised if they’re all dead by now, because that lake is so disgustingly polluted."

Then where are all of the dead Nessies washing ashore?

"We had dragons throughout Western Europe, until the medieval knights hunted them to extinction."

"Dragons" in the West were symbolic of Satan. The Good Christian knight's slaying of the "Dragon" was symbolic of Christ's/God's victory/power over Satan.

"The dragons in China lasted a little longer; Marco Polo saw one of them."

Dragons in the East, from what I understand, were representative of elemental forces of nature.

Marco Polo often liked to repeat hearsay without telling you he was doing so. While, from what I understand, he actually made the journey, much of what he wrote about came from tales travelers told him and not personal experience.

6/13/2011 7:12:03 AM

shadkat

Look, I like a nice urban fantasy story as much as the next gal, but I still think this is pushing it. lol.

6/13/2011 7:15:30 AM
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