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(physorg.com)   Scientists discover that Jesus may have ridden on a giant rat instead of a dinosaur   (physorg.com) divider line 27
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2008-01-16 11:06:27 AM
He's motherfarking Jesus, man, he rode on both.
 
2008-01-16 11:16:55 AM
Okay. This is one of the top half of headlines submitted. Not the best, but not bad.
 
2008-01-16 11:43:53 AM
paging james clavell!
 
2008-01-16 11:46:08 AM
I_C_Weener: Okay. This is one of the top half of headlines submitted. Not the best, but not bad.

Just curious as to which you liked better.

/not subby, but I submitted this with a different headline
 
2008-01-16 11:50:57 AM
Scientists, pffft, whadda they know...
 
2008-01-16 12:15:43 PM
Heh. Two of the Google ads were for rodent control services.
 
2008-01-16 12:16:32 PM
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Finally getting some recognition.
 
2008-01-16 12:18:02 PM
Reminds me of those Dougal Dixon books, none of which I can find as ebooks. Shame.
 
2008-01-16 12:20:30 PM
www.vh1.com

Direct descendant
 
2008-01-16 12:25:08 PM
It looks like some sort of land cow!
 
2008-01-16 12:33:38 PM
buttsmckracken: It looks like some sort of land cow!

Cows do in fact live on land... seems a little redundant to say land Cow...

/also submitted similar article with different headline
 
2008-01-16 12:38:33 PM
GreatRandew: buttsmckracken: It looks like some sort of land cow!

Cows do in fact live on land... seems a little redundant to say land Cow...

/also submitted similar article with different headline


I may be wrong, but I do believe that sea cows live in the sea. Hence, the specification of a particular "cow" as land- or sea-dwelling is not in fact redundant.
 
2008-01-16 12:45:18 PM
I may be wrong, but I do believe that sea cows live in the sea. Hence, the specification of a particular "cow" as land- or sea-dwelling is not in fact redundant.

sea cow = Manatee, not an actual Cow

Therefore I view this argument as implausable
 
2008-01-16 12:49:16 PM
Looks like it's time to bring the ol' T-16 out of storage...
 
2008-01-16 12:57:16 PM
Beachcomber: Looks like it's time to bring the ol' T-16 out of storage...

Assuming you meant the T-16 Paintball gun

This would be a better solution for these Rats

www.americandigest.org

Yes that is a paint ball variety mini gun
 
2008-01-16 01:02:17 PM
Once again, Satan proves very crafty in his attempts to convince scientists of evolution and an old earth! The old "giant rat in the South American swamp" trick!

Also amusing, from TFA:
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So close, and yet so far.
 
2008-01-16 01:02:40 PM
GreatRandew: Beachcomber: Looks like it's time to bring the ol' T-16 out of storage...

Assuming you meant the T-16 Paintball gun


Nope.

Link (new window)
 
2008-01-16 01:05:15 PM
Beachcomber: Looks like it's time to bring the ol' T-16 out of storage...

This is full of win.
 
2008-01-16 01:08:29 PM
Beachcomber: GreatRandew: Beachcomber: Looks like it's time to bring the ol' T-16 out of storage...
Assuming you meant the T-16 Paintball gun
Nope.
Link (new window)


Ok, I assumed you meant the paintball gun (Because of the First image in GIS I did)

A T-16 Skyhopper would be very appropriate in this situation, although this rat might be a little larger than the average Womp Rat, (albeit possibly quite a bit more of a pacifist)
 
2008-01-16 01:09:33 PM
"squidgy aquatic plants"

as a botanist i'm fascinated by this new morphological descriptor. let's add it to Esau / Jepson / etc.
 
2008-01-16 01:20:12 PM
princess bride, broken out so soon. i love that scene. i think Stevie Wonder was controlling those rat puppets. rats of unusual size HO!!! Link (new window)
 
2008-01-16 01:26:34 PM
SHUT THE fark UP DONNY
 
2008-01-16 01:58:54 PM
I didn't know 'bestrode' was a word...
 
2008-01-16 02:14:36 PM
FTA: Fossil hunters have uncovered the greatest rodent that ever lived

Mighty Mouse does not approve.
 
2008-01-16 03:14:05 PM
GreatRandew: A T-16 Skyhopper would be very appropriate in this situation, although this rat might be a little larger than the average Womp Rat, (albeit possibly quite a bit more of a pacifist)

Womp rats aren't much bigger than 2 meters. Given the rat's head was about 21 inches (call it .5 meters), it's a safe bet the womp rat is smaller.
 
2008-01-16 03:48:04 PM
You people are such sheep. Every dinosaur was a mammal! There is no evidence, NONE!, that they we're reptiles. Leftist scientists, ashamed of their own taxonomic class, are trying to rewrite history to diminish the mammalian place at the top of the evolutionary power structure.

But you don't question it. They slyly to our side so long against Christian fundies while subverting the true history of the glorious Class: Mammalia. Whatever, you can accept this official story if you want but history will look back on this era in shame.
 
2008-01-16 05:44:43 PM
coma: You people are such sheep. Every dinosaur was a mammal! There is no evidence, NONE!, that they we're reptiles. Leftist scientists, ashamed of their own taxonomic class, are trying to rewrite history to diminish the mammalian place at the top of the evolutionary power structure.

But you don't question it. They slyly to our side so long against Christian fundies while subverting the true history of the glorious Class: Mammalia. Whatever, you can accept this official story if you want but history will look back on this era in shame.


Ickewinned!
 
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