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I have a feeling this movie would still be more accurate than Ben Stein‘s Expelled.
lol… I suppose the real “horror” comes from the astoundingly inaccurate portrayal of evolution?
My mind is quickly flashing between The Wonder Twins, from ‘The Super Friends’, and Terminator 2.
Wonder Twin Powers Activate Form of ** A Spatula **
Sorry, Hemant, but all I’m seeing here is a tiny red “X” in a little white square bordered in bright blue. What is the movie that you’re talking about?
Saturday Morning Breakfast Club, David. It’s a webcomic but the site seems to be down.
It’s up now… http://www.smbc-comics.com/index.php?db=comics&id=1695
Shouldn’t the last frame say “You’ve been selected…AGAINST!”
Ah, I’m seeing it now. Thanks!
It is so Anime!! Awesome!
And the moral is: if you threaten someone with a knife, don’t be surprised if they turn nasty.
Next week: a couple of kids throwing stones at a duck are unfortunately eaten when it morphs (sorry “evolves”) into a crocodile.
That would be so cool to have scalpel hands. I can’t wait to get into a microwave and see if it works.
I’m impressed how the transitional form between hand and scalpel looks like a fork. Still functional as a limb and as a utensil.
Having one of each (fork-like hand and knife-like hand) was probably a big advantage when digging into a big plate of crocoduck.
Oi… I am so not getting it. Anyone care to clue me in?
Do you mean you don’t get crocoduck, Jessica? It was held up as the ultimate proof against biological evolutionary science. Someone thought “hey, there’s no croco-duck. That disproves it all.” You can have a good laugh if you search the following in youtube or google:
kirk cameron crocoduck
kirk cameron crocoduck O’reilly
It’s the ultimate in missing the concept.
Richarddawkins.net has crocoduck shirts in the store. He wore a crocoduck tie when he was interviewed by Bill Maher recently. Very funny, but very pathetic that this is about the best that the creationists can put forward.
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