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Creationists and Darwinists finally agree on Christmas scene!
It’s all about the brontannasuarus these days anyway
Available at all good “Bronts ‘R Us” stores until Christmas !
Ha! Worth the cladistic anachronism.
Haha. In terms of pedantry that’s some next level stuff.
Anyway they’re probably on about The Raptor
No love for B. parvus here I’m afraid despite the gushings of Popular Mechanics.
Come now Rex, good lad, leave the Creationists alone, we need to find the Dinobabies stable.
I’m just here to say great headline lads.
Thanks Meadowlark. Happy Xmas.
…and Spaghetti Hoop.
You too bodger. And to everyone in Broadsheet HQ of course :)
There are so many, but I like this one….
True story — when I was a wee ‘un, I asked my mam where the dinosaurs fit in if god created the world in 7 days but dinosaurs died millions of years before the humans appeared….she thought for a moment and replied, “god has very long days”
In all seriousness, I believe that’s roughly the official church line on the whole dinosaur/genesis business.
Jumpin’ Jesus they’re back!
Joseph: Frickin’ wise men. How could you not notice you were being followed? I’m incensed.
St. Patrick may have banished the snakes, but Jesus banished the dinosaurs.
– Where’s our gift. You said a Mothercare voucher.
– Look at my hands. Do you see a Mothercare voucher?
Easy on there ppls , The Vatican is OK with the Dinosaurs, its the fundamentalist Christians that suspect Dino bones are a test from God…
God and his tests. He’s like an omnipotent prissy schoolmaster on the last day of term.
Naive indeed! I don’t believe those leaves are in proportion but everything else seems pretty accurate. T Rex disputing his long held ‘King of the…’ title with the new kid in town.
Hello Jesus, have you met my friends Frankincense and Myrrh?
“You believe the world’s 12 thousand years old? “That’s right.” Okay I got one word to ask you, a one word question, ready? “Uh huh.” Dinosaurs. You know the world’s 12 thousand years old and dinosaurs existed, they existed in that time, you’d think it would have been mentioned in the fupping Bible at some point. “And lo Jesus and the disciples walked to Nazareth. But the trail was blocked by a giant brontosaurus…with a splinter in his paw. And O the disciples did run a shriekin’: ‘What a big fupping lizard, Lord!’ But Jesus was unafraid and he took the splinter from the brontosaurus’s paw and the big lizard became his friend.”
Shamelessly robbed from Bill Hicks.
“Since humans are in the Bible, we unconsciously think that dinosaurs were extinct—and therefore not mentioned in the Bible. As you have just seen, the Bible not only refers to dinosaurs, but has detailed information about two of them.
Unfortunately, our public school system and the media have convinced us that dinosaurs were extinct at least 60 million years before man appeared on earth. They have done such a good job in this area that we can not imagine people and dinosaurs living at the same time. The fact is that dinosaurs were created no more than one day before mankind, not many millions of years earlier—and we have evidence to support that statement.” – Shamelessly robbed from http://www.clarifyingchristianity.com/dinos.shtml
I find the Bill Hicks quote more believeable.