Wednesday, May 30, 2007

CNN - Inside the Creation Museum

Ken Ham answers questions during museum opening on May 28th, 2007.

Ken Ham, the Answers in Genesis CEO (which funded the building of the Museum) and Lawrence Krauss, PhD a Professor at Case Western Reserve University on FOX news, discussing Creation Museum...

Sapient and Kelly interviewed by Skepticality

Get the full RRS interview HERE <---- DOWNLOAD!

We've translated our site

We have translated our site (and Frank's site) to the gangsta language. Enjoy.

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Monday, May 28, 2007

Ladies and gentlemen. We got him: Kirk Cameron commits adultery!

Look here.

Shocking? Not really.

First, we have Ray 'The Banana' Comfort who had the nerve to challenge Richard Dawkins to a debate after getting raped by the RRS.

And now we have Kirk 'Growing Pain' Cameron committing adultery by looking at Kelly's big o' chest!

"He looked at Kelly's chest. So what?"

So what? So WHAT?!?! Look at him! Doesn't it look like he's a little too "happy"? I thought so. I'm convinced that he was looking at her with lust.

In fact, I wouldn't be surprised if Kirk was grabbing Ray and Sapient's butt in that picture. Kirk looked like he wanted to grabbed something anyway!

Kirk, dude, I know that Kelly takes some pictures that might make you say, "OMG! wut iz she doin'?!?!", but if you look at a woman like that again, she's gonna beat you like ya stole something!

So there ya have it folks! We caught Kirk Cameron red-handed. Or full-handed, ass-handed...whatever.

Special thanks to Pile for the picture. You can check his website out at

Sunday, May 27, 2007


By Kate Brumback, Associated Press Writer

MONTGOMERY, Ala. --Hogzilla is being made into a horror movie. But the sequel may be even bigger: Meet Monster Pig. An 11-year-old Alabama boy used a pistol to kill a wild hog his father says weighed a staggering 1,051 pounds and measured 9-feet-4 from the tip of its snout to the base of its tail. Think hams as big as car tires.

Holy shit!

If the claims are accurate, Jamison Stone's trophy boar would be bigger than Hogzilla, the famed wild hog that grew to seemingly mythical proportions after being killed in south Georgia in 2004.

Hogzilla originally was thought to weigh 1,000 pounds and measure 12 feet in length. National Geographic experts who unearthed its remains believe the animal actually weighed about 800 pounds and was 8 feet long.

Regardless of the comparison, Jamison is reveling in the attention over his pig, which has a Web site put up by his father -- -- that is generating Internet buzz.

"It feels really good," Jamison, of Pickensville, said in a telephone interview with The Associated Press. "It's a good accomplishment. I probably won't ever kill anything else that big."

Jamison, who killed his first deer at age 5, was hunting with father Mike Stone and two guides in east Alabama on May 3 when he bagged Hogzilla II. He said he shot the huge animal eight times with a .50-caliber revolver and chased it for three hours through hilly woods before finishing it off with a point-blank shot.

Through it all there was the fear that the animal would turn and charge them, as wild boars have a reputation of doing.

"I was a little bit scared, a little bit excited," said Jamison, who just finished the sixth grade on the honor roll at Christian Heritage Academy, a small, private school.

His father said that, just to be extra safe, he and the guides had high-powered rifles aimed and ready to fire in case the beast with 5-inch tusks decided to charge.

With the pig finally dead in a creek bed on the 2,500-acre Lost Creek Plantation, a commercial hunting preserve in Delta, trees had to be cut down and a backhoe brought in to bring Jamison's prize out of the woods.

It was hauled on a truck to the Clay County Farmers Exchange in Lineville, where Jeff Kinder said they used his scale, which was recently calibrated, to weigh the hog.

Kinder, who didn't witness the weigh-in, said he was baffled to hear the reported weight of 1,051 pounds because his scale -- an old, manual style with sliding weights -- only measures to the nearest 10.

"I didn't quite understand that," he said.

Mike Stone said the scale balanced one notch past the 1,050-pound mark, and he thought it meant a weight of 1,051 pounds.

"It probably weighed 1,060 pounds. We were just afraid to change it once the story was out," he said.

The hog's head is now being mounted on an extra-large foam form by Jerry Cunningham of Jerry's Taxidermy in Oxford. Cunningham said the animal measured 54 inches around the head, 74 inches around the shoulders and 11 inches from the eyes to the end of its snout.

"It's huge," he said. "It's just the biggest thing I've ever seen."

Mike Stone is having sausage made from the rest of the animal. "We'll probably get 500 to 700 pounds," he said.

Jamison, meanwhile, has been offered a small part in "The Legend of Hogzilla," a small-time horror flick based on the tale of the Georgia boar. The movie is holding casting calls with plans to begin filming in Georgia.

Jamison is enjoying the newfound celebrity generated by the hog hunt, but he said he prefers hunting pheasants to monster pigs.

"They are a little less dangerous."


The Simpsons - Planet of the Apes

Saturday, May 26, 2007

A cross shaped straw man, MUST WATCH!

Robert T

A couple of other things that the video didn't point out:

At about the 30 minute mark, the college student is asked how the "first" land-dwelling animal was able to reproduce if it was all alone, and she replied that maybe it reproduced asexually by splitting in two. This is of course not how this animal would have reproduced. There would have been plenty of members of its own species with whom it could reproduce. Comfort tries to instill the idea that there was a "first" land-dwelling animal who was the only member of its species, but of course in actuality, there no such thing as a "first" member of a species. All animals that have ever lived have belonged to the same species as their parents. This might sound counter-intuitive at first, but remember that species change gradually, one mutation at a time. It is a continuous process rather than an incremental one.

At about the 19 minute mark, Kirk Cameron tries to explain the similarities between humans and other apes by using the analogy that biplanes and 747's also have similarities, but that this is not indicative of common descent, but rather of a common designer. It's irrelevant to point out that airplanes DID in a sense evolve, and it's also irrelevant to point out that living creatures replicate but that airplanes don't. The purpose of kirk Cameron's analogy is to show that there are other explanations for why two things might seem similar. And he's right. Many things are similar without being related. The important thing to note about homologous structures is that similarities are only half the story. The differences between animals are just as important. When we take into account all of the similarities AND differences between species and then try to group them accordingly, we notice a nested hierarchy (a branching tree) on which all organisms can be neatly placed. This sort of organized nested hierarchy is not something we should expect to find if we try to group all vehicles (for example) according to similarities and differences. The fact that ALL organisms have a place on this nested hierarchy is indicative of common descent. It is NOT indicative of a common designer, because while one could argue that the similarities between humans and chimpanzees are due to their having been designed off of the same blue print, the same logic could be used to make the argument that sea urchins and starfish must have a radically different designer. The issue becomes even more complicated when looking at something like a shark, which is clearly quite different from humans and chimpanzees but still much more similar to them than it is to an octopus. Are we to assume that a different designer was responsible for the shark but that he received some ideas from the designer who did the primates?

New museum says dinosaurs were on Noah's Ark

By Andrea Hopkins 1 hour, 54 minutes ago

PETERSBURG, Ky (Reuters) - Like many modern museums, the newest U.S. tourist attraction includes some awesome exhibits -- roaring dinosaurs and a life-sized ship.

But only at the Creation Museum in Kentucky do the dinosaurs sail on the ship -- Noah's Ark, to be precise.

The Christian creators of the sprawling museum, unveiled on Saturday, hope to draw as many as half a million people each year to their state-of-the-art project, which depicts the Bible's first book, Genesis, as literal truth.

While the $27 million museum near Cincinnati has drawn snickers from media and condemnation from U.S. scientists, those who believe God created the heavens and the Earth in six days about 6,000 years ago say their views are finally being represented.

"What we've done here is to give people an opportunity to hear information that is not readily available ... to challenge them that really you can believe the Bible's history," said Ken Ham, president of the group Answers in Genesis that founded the museum.

Here exhibits show the Grand Canyon took just days to form during Noah's flood, dinosaurs coexisted with humans and had a place on Noah's Ark, and Cain married his sister to people the earth, among other Biblical wonders.

Scientists, secularists and moderate Christians have pledged to protest the museum's public opening on Monday. An airplane trailing a "Thou Shalt Not Lie" banner buzzed overhead during the museum's opening news conference.

Opponents argue that children who see the exhibits will be confused when they learn in school that the universe is 14 billion years old rather than 6,000.

"Teachers don't deserve a student coming into class saying 'Gee Mrs. Brown, I went to this fancy museum and it said you're teaching me a lie,"' Dr. Eugenie Scott, executive director of the National Center for Science Education, told reporters before the museum opened.

A Gallup poll last year showed almost half of Americans believe that humans did not evolve but were created by God in their present form within the last 10,000 years.

Three of 10 Republican presidential candidates said in a recent debate that they did not believe in evolution.

Proof of Intelligent Design!

Ladies and gentlemen Pacman's skeleton is proof of Intelligent Design.

See the proof right here.

Friday, May 25, 2007

Killed for singing

20 March 2007

Musicians and music listeners get killed

Musicians, music shop owners and music fans flee from death squads of Islamic extremists in Baghdad. It is no longer safe to sell music in central and southern Iraq, reported Associated Press on 16 March 2007

Similar to the present development in north-western Pakistan, Islamic extremist militants are forcing stores which sell CDs and DVDs to shut down in central and southern Iraq, and according to Associated Press' correspondents in Iraq, Omar Sinan and Yahya Barzanji, there has even been incidents where employees of music stores have been killed.

In November 2006, it was reported by a UN news agency that at least 75 singers have been killed since the turmoil began in Iraq in 2003, among these the 20-year-old singer Muhammad Jabry whose decapitated body was found with a note saying that "this was the destiny of those who sing American words".

In the capital city, people have stopped listening to music in public because they fear that they will draw the attention of Islamic hardliners who regard pop music a source of corruption and shameful decadence. Listening to Western pop music, and more specifically: American pop music, will make you an associate with the American troops in the country. People are afraid even to walk into a music store fearing that someone is watching them, and faced with these dangers of purchasing music, many Baghdad residents turn to the Internet, using their mobile phones to listen to songs.

"You deserve to die"

Associated Press interviewed a 21-year-old man who ran his own music store in eastern Baghdad until, in September 2006, followers of the radical shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr came to his shop and told him to shut it down. They left a letter saying:

"You infidel and devil-follower ... you deserve to die for pushing Muslims to corruption and adultery."
The young shop owner did not take the threat seriously at first, but then men dressed in black sprayed his shop with gunfire, destroying it and wounding him. He fled Baghdad and now works as an employee in a music store in Sulaimaniyah which, like the rest of autonomous Kurdistan, is largely secular.

The manager of the Aldar Albaidaa music store chain confirmed that it is no longer safe to sell music in central and southern Iraq. He spoke with the Associated Press by telephone on condition of anonymity because of fear of reprisals. During the summer 2006, militiamen broke into the chain's Baghdad branch and demanded it be shut down. The manager negotiatied with them to keep the store open, but under a strict set of conditions: No hanging pictures of female singers on the storefront and no loudspeakers playing music outside.

The article on music prohibition in Iraq by Associated Press was printed in Washington Post, the Columbian, and The Columbus Dispatch in USA, The Toronto Star, Montreal Gazette, and C-News in Canada,,, and in numerous other news outlets.

"Art is my blood"

During the past 12 months, both shiite and sunni Muslim extremists have grown bolder in enforcing their religious strictures on the citizens of Iraq. Below are three quotes from the past year which further describe the situation in Iraq:

• In April 2006, a teacher at the Baghdad's Music and Ballet School told Cox News Service that she occasionally changes cars to fool anyone who might be tracking her. She had had one close call when her driver eluded gunmen trying to force them to pull over. The 30-year-old teacher, Alla'a Ali al-Lami, said that extremists are misusing religion as "a hook to hang all their issues on."

• In June 2006, Istar, writer of the weblog 'Iraqi Screen', wrote:
When I had the chance to sit with an Iraqi singer who also plays on lute and asked him how could he sing and play on these crazy days, the artist said: “I live in Sader city, I can’t walk in the street carrying my lute with me, I am hiding it here and there in fear some gunmen would see me and kill me, I have received many threats ordering me to give up singing because it is Haram (forbidden) or I would be killed, but I love art, it is in my blood. Which is better – to be a singer or a killer?”

• Nearly 80 percent of the country's singers have fled the country and at least 75 singers had been killed since the US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003, estimated the Iraqi Artist's Association according to IRIN in November 2006.


Associated Press – 16 March 2007:
'Iraqi Music Business Reflects Hardships'

Photo accompaigning the story: Music store in Sulaimaniyah in Iraq

Related articles

Cox Washington – 30 April 2006:
'Music School Perseveres Despite War Dangers' – 2001:
'Prohibitions: Music in Islam'

Google News – continuously updated:
Search 'Iraq' + 'music'

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Middle East: Dossier on music, bans and censorship
The internet portal has produced a dossier entitled 'Middle Eastern Musical Worlds'. It includes issues of music bans and censorship in the Islamic world
16 May 2007

Iran: Prohibition of music in holy city
In a speech in official Friday praying on 11 May 2007 the Imam of Mashhad banned practicing of music and ordered to close all of the music institutes in the holy city
15 May 2007

Afghanistan: Music download shop attacked, two killed
Two people were killed and several wounded by a bomb that exploded in a music download shop in Afghanistan's southeastern town of Khost on 22 April 2007
09 May 2007

Pakistan: Intensified campaign against music
Religious militants in north-western Pakistan continue violent attacks on property belonging to people who sell or listen to music
08 May 2007

Iran: Six musicians arrested
Authorities in Iran have reportedly detained at least six members of underground music bands and shut down their studios, Radio Farda reported
24 April 2007

Pakistan: Music business faces serious threats in North West Pakistan
1,200 owners of music centres have been warned by Islamic hardliners to close down, and on 21 April 2007, three more video and music shops were blown up by a bomb
23 April 2007

Pakistan: Music CDs burned in the streets of Islamabad
Emotionally charged religious youth screamed slogans against perceived immorality as they burned a pile of music CDs and cassettes in Pakistan's capital on 6 May 2007
08 April 2007

Pakistan: Fear and persecution follows Afghan musicians
The fear and persecution which forced Afghan singers to leave their country now has followed them to their exile in Peshawar in Pakistan
04 April 2007

Iraq: Musicians and music listeners get killed
Musicians, music shop owners and music fans flee from death squads of Islamic extremists in Baghdad. It is no longer safe to sell music in central and southern Iraq
20 March 2007

Pakistan: Islamic music prohibition discussed on Danish tv
'Our prophet was born to do away with music', a mullah from Pakistan's second-largest mosque was quoted as saying on the Danish tv-channel DR1 on 18 March 2007
19 March 2007

Pakistan: Extremists kill one, injure two in music shop attacks
Two separate terrorist attacks on music centres left one killed and two seriously injured in Mardan and Peshawar respectively as extremist religious groups have intensified their campaign against all forms of entertainment in north-west Pakistan
18 March 2007

Bashar Shammout: Freemuse and the Middle East
Video interview with the Bashar Shammout, member of Freemuse's executive committee. He speaks about music censorship in the Middle East - and Freemuse's work there
15 March 2007

Pakistan: Music and video shop blown away
"Close within three days – or you will be blown away." This threat by the religious extremists became reality when a video centre was blown away on 13 March 2007
15 March 2007

Pakistan: Music centres threatened by religious extremists
A campaign launched by a religious leader against listening to music has taken a dangerous turn in Swat Valley of North-West Frontier Province, reports our correspondent
10 March 2007

Norway: Musicians persecuted in the name of God
In a leading Norwegian newspaper, priest Carl Petter Opsahl lists about a number of cases where musicians have been censored and persecuted on religious grounds
05 March 2007

Pakistan: Fine for playing music in taxi, music shop attacked
The Taliban in Pakistan's in tribal areas bordering Afghanistan are imposing a fine of 500 rupees for any one playing music in public, reports several news agencies
03 March 2007

Pakistan: Bus drivers threatened not to play music
An organisation called Mujahideen Bajaur has warned public transport drivers in Bajaur region to stop the “un-Islamic act” of playing music in buses
28 February 2007

UK: Avoid 'harmful forms of music' in state schools, says Muslim council
Muslim Council of Britain has published recommendations on how music lessons should be taught to Muslims in state schools in the United Kingdom
22 February 2007

Denmark: Focus on arguments against religious music prohibition
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15 February 2007

Three films about music and Islam hit Scandinavia
Pakistani rock star Salman Ahmad and editor Simon Broughton visit Denmark and Sweden in February 2007 to show three documentari films about music and Islam
24 January 2007

Our solar system started with a nudge, not a bang

Our solar system started with a nudge, not a bang

19:00 24 May 2007 news service
Zeeya Merali

Our solar system came into existence with a nudge, rather than a bang, according to a meteorite analysis that rules out a popular theory for the formation of our planetary system.

Most astrophysicists believe that the solar system formed from a cloud of gas and dust when a nearby supernova exploded, compressing the dust and triggering the birth of the Sun and planets, says Martin Bizzarro of the University of Copenhagen in Denmark.

To investigate, Bizzarro and his colleagues looked for iron-60, an isotope produced by supernovae, in meteorites that formed during the first million years in the solar system's history. "To our great surprise, there was no iron-60, ruling out the supernova trigger mechanism," says Bizzarro.

The team found another isotope, aluminium-26, suggesting an alternative trigger. Aluminium-26 only forms in extremely massive stars, around 30 times the mass of the Sun, and such stars release a great amount of energy in winds loaded with aluminium-26, says Bizzarro. These winds could have buffeted the gas cloud, causing the solar system to form, he says.

There was also evidence of iron-60 in meteorites dating from a few million years later, suggesting that this massive star exploded at a later date, injecting iron-60 into the youthful solar system.

The team are now looking for evidence of other supernovae in our solar system's vicinity. "This could have been a very crowded and dynamic neighbourhood," says Bizzarro.

Journal reference: Science (vol 316, p 1178)

source: New Scientist: Space

Homer Simpson getting dressed Ali G-style

I hope The Simpsons Movie doesn't suck or I'm gonna be pissed.

Thursday, May 24, 2007

Poll: 2 of 3 U.S. Muslim Converts Left Christian Roots By Ethan Cole


WASHINGTON – Two-thirds (67 percent) of all converts to Islam in the United States came from a Protestant background, according to the first nationwide survey to measure the demographics, attitudes, and experiences of Muslim Americans.

Not much was formerly known about the Muslim American population in terms of their attitudes and opinions, but the new survey by the Pew Research Center found that Muslim Americans, in comparison to the rest of the world, have the unique feature of consisting of a relatively large number of converts to the religion – nearly a quarter. Almost all conversions are native-born (91 percent) and almost three-fifths (59 percent) of converts to Islam are African American.

Most converts to Islam gave as reasons for their conversions: the appeal of Islam’s teachings, the belief that Islam is superior to Christianity, or that religion “made sense” to them.

Only 18 percent of converts said family reasons, such as marrying a Muslim, was reason for conversion.

The new landmark study seeks to understand the growing segment of American society when little quantitative research about the attitudes and opinions of Muslim Americans has been conducted. It compares the attitudes of the Muslim population with those of the general U.S. population and Muslims worldwide and understanding the similarities and differences of this American population.

The study found that not only are Muslim Americans largely similar to the rest of the country in terms of income, education level, and economic satisfaction, they also share common values and attitudes and, in general, subscribe to a “decidedly” American worldview.

The majority of Muslim Americans have a generally positive view of society and believe in the American dream. A full 71 percent said they believe that if a person works hard they can be successful in the United States.

Moreover, despite the fact 65 percent of Muslims in the country are first-generation Americans they believe that Muslims living in the United States should try and adopt American customs instead of trying to remain distinct from society.

U.S. Muslims were also more likely than most European Muslims to describe themselves by nationality before religion. Only forty-seven percent of Muslim Americans think of themselves first as a Muslim before an American compared to Britain where 81 percent said they are first Muslim and then British.

Furthermore, an overwhelming majority of Muslim Americans – nearly two-to-one (63 percent – 32 percent) – do not see a conflict between being a devout Muslim and living in a modern society.

Yet most U.S. Muslims still say that religion is very important to them, similar to other Americans. Most pray every day and four-in-ten attend a mosque at least once a week. The majority of Muslims also accept the Koran as the word of their god, but only half says that it should be taken literally, according to the study. Instead, most Muslims say there are multiple ways to interpret the teachings of Islam.

Furthermore, U.S. Muslims, for the most part, reject Islamic extremism. However, there are sectors of the population where acceptance of the ideology is more popular.

For instance, younger U.S. Muslims are more likely than older Muslim Americans to say suicide bombing in defense of Islam can at least be sometimes justifiable.

Meanwhile, U.S.-born African American Muslims were less likely than other Muslim Americans to condemn al Qaeda.

The Pew Research Center conducted over 55,000 screening interviews in order to find a national sample of 1,050 Muslims living in the United States for the study.

There are an estimated 2.35 million Muslims out of a population of 301 million in the United States according to Pew Research Center.

Monday, May 21, 2007

Mom blames Satan for burning baby in microwave

GALVESTON — A woman blames the devil and not her husband for severely burning their infant daughter after the 2-month-old was put in a microwave, a Houston television station reported.

Eva Marie Mauldin said Satan compelled her 19-year-old husband, Joshua Royce Mauldin, to microwave their daughter May 10 because the devil disapproved of Joshua's efforts to become a preacher.

"Satan saw my husband as a threat. Satan attacked him because he saw (Joshua) as a threat," Eva Mauldin told Houston television station KHOU-TV.

A Galveston County grand jury indicted Joshua Mauldin last week on child injury charges after hearing evidence that he placed his daughter in a motel microwave for 10 to 20 seconds.

The infant, Ana Marie, remains hospitalized. She suffered burns on the left side of her face and to her left hand, police said.

Eva Marie Mauldin, the girl's 20-year-old mother, told the television station that her husband is "not the monster people are making him out to be."

"That was not my husband; my husband is a wonderful father," she said. "Satan was working through his weaknesses."

Eva Maudlin described those weaknesses as an undisclosed mental disability, and that her efforts to get help for him have failed.

Police said Joshua Mauldin told them he put Ana Marie in the microwave because he was under stress. The family had arrived in Galveston the day before.

Eva Maudlin, who met her husband in an Arkansas church, denied those claims by police.

"He would never do anything to hurt her. He loves her," she said. "When she cries he is the one who comforts her. When she is sick, he is the one that takes her to the doctor."

Joshua Mauldin, of Warren, Ark., came to Galveston with his wife and mother because he was called to be a preacher, his wife said. While Joshua Mauldin's mother has returned to Arkansas, Eva Mauldin remains in Galveston.

She is hoping to be reunited with her daughter, but Child Protective Services is working to have her and Joshua Mauldin's parental rights severed. A custody hearing for the infant is scheduled for later this week in a Galveston district court.

Joshua Mauldin faces a charge of injury to a child causing serious bodily harm, which carries a possible prison term of five to 99 years, as well as a fine of up to $10,000.

Eva Mauldin has set up a MySpace page, "Joshua Mauldin is not a Monster," in hopes of defending her husband and making pleas for people to help her.


Former Creed singer charged with assault

BOCA RATON, Fla. - Former Creed frontman Scott Stapp was arrested at his home
and charged with assault related to domestic violence.
Stapp was charged
with one count of domestic assault with intent to commit a felony Sunday and was
being held without bond, according to a Palm Beach County Jail official who was
reached by telephone and would not give her name.
No one was injured and no
one was taken to the hospital, said Paul Miller, a Sheriff's Office spokesman.
Miller declined to identify the victim and said he had no information about
any physical violence.
"We don't know exactly what occurred here," said
It wasn't immediately known if Stapp had an attorney.
Stapp, 33,
was married a year ago last February at the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens in Miami
to former Miss New York Jaclyn Nesheiwat.
Nesheiwat declined to comment
Sunday night.
"It's just a rough time," she told The Palm Beach Post.
Stapp's former band, Creed, sold more than 25 million records in the United
States. He has since launched a solo singing career.
Miller didn't
immediately respond to phone messages left on his cell phone and at his office
after hours by The Associated Press. Stapp's manager did not immediately return
an e-mail seeking comment or a telephone message left at his office after hours.
Can you take me higher?!?!?!?!


Thursday, May 17, 2007

Frank Walton's face

Have you ever wondered what Frank Walton looks like? Me too!

I'm pretty sure that there has never been an atheists that knocked on Frank's door, pointed a gun to his face and robbed him or something. So why hasn't he ever posted a picture of himself? 

What are you so scared of, Frank? Show yourself! Come on, ya chicken!

Debate: Al Sharpton and Christopher Hitchens


Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Richard Dawkins and Answers in genesis

Solid evidence that the Bible is true!

Theist member of the RRS Forum, tree-sitter, presents evidence that the Bible is true. You can check out the evidence right here.

Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Television evangelist Falwell dies at 73



The WBC will protest Falwell's funeral.

The Matter/Information conjecture is a crisis for the existence of God

A great essay by deludedgod, a member of the RRS forum. You can read it here.

Monday, May 14, 2007

What the...


How unoriginal.

The following is from the website. is a Christian online community. If you are not a Christian you are welcome here, however any images or text that are displayed is monitored strictly. If you have satanic/demonic, or blasphemous images or text in your profile, remove it immediately. If the Sheepdog finds it he will delete your profile. If the offense continues your IP will be banned. Please read below and if you want to stay here you need to follow the rules and guidelines. God Bless and lets make this community all for Him.


1. No provocative images at all

2. No foul or offensive language

3. No images or text that defiles Jesus Christ

4. No threatening or bashing other members

5. No spamming of advertisements etc.

6. No references promoting satanic/demonic idols

7. No promoting of anything that is not of Christianity

8. No money requests of any kind, prayer requests only

9. Your age must be accurate, please make sure it is. This is because of security programs put in place to protect youth. Please email me if you have questions.

10. No denominational differences allowed to be discussed in the Chat room

11. All Group discussions are to be done with love and compassion for one another

12. No unrequested romantic relationship requests

13. No promoting of any sin

14. No giving out personal information, unless requested and done through private one to one messages

15. No nude images, art work etc. (this includes angels)

LOL! What's next?


Sunday, May 13, 2007

SHOCKER: I deny Brian Sapient!

That's right.

There's no evidence for the existence of Brian Sapient because I just saw him post at the RRS forum. 

Plus, I've seen him in the stickam room.

Show the world that you're not afraid and take the "I Deny Brian Sapient" challenge!

Then upload your video to YouTube.

And remember:

I deny Brian Sapient, Kelly and the Rational Response Squad because I wouldn't want to follow megalomaniacs like them. I deny Brian Sapient, Kelly and Rational Response Squad because of what have they done for me. I deny Brian Sapient, Kelly and Rational Response Squad because their writings were written by men. I deny Brian Sapient, Kelly and Rational Response Squad because they think every person is a transitional form and surely no-one can be that stupid.

Oh and I'm not afraid. ;o)

150-million yr. old dino found

Take this, young-Earth creationists!

Especially you, Ken Ham.

Friday, May 11, 2007

Ray Comfort challenged Richard Dawkins!

Just when you thought he couldn't get any crazier, Ray "The Banana" Comfort challenged Richard Dawkins to a debate!

Ray Comfort says that he will prove the existence of God to Richard. Well, Jiminy Jillickers! Dude, you couldn't even take on the "weaklings" at the RRS.

Instead of debating Dawkins, there should be some kind of "funny accent" competition between the two.

Now that's something Comfort can beat Dawkins on!

In other news, Peter Popoff is back but nobody cares.


Nobody still cares.

James Randi on '20/20' tonight 5/11

Friday May 11th at 9pm Eastern. ABC 20/20 will air a 2 hour special: "Seeing is Believing: The Power of Faith." One of the topics in the special is Peter Popoff, who Randi exposed 20 years ago on the Tonight Show.


Slate's take on debate

(Thanks, Arletta!)


Thursday, May 10, 2007

Atheists: Quit your whining...






Tuesday, May 1, 2007

Christians hate Frank

This is nothing new to me. I've always heard of Christians that hate Frank. But I'd like to post some of the stuff that the Christians from TOL had to say about Frank Walton.

Frank, you are a petty, pathetic jerk.

From Knight.

Frank is a liar and a fool...

.. Frank hurts the gospel and damages the cause for truth.

From Knight, again.

Frank if you read this, you brought shame to the name of Christ and gave
legitimacy to the atheists on this board and their positions. I have a feeling
we will be hearing about this for a long time. You should be ashamed of
yourself. God's truth will always prevail, you should know that!

Further, I don't appreciate your treatment of Knight, is a friend and a
brother in Christ to me. You don't even know the man, and you made some very
serious accusations against his character. I find that behavior to be utterly
inexcusable! I have always found Knight to be reasonable and he always attempts
to do the right thing. Your banning comes well-deserved in my opinion!



Here are some more quotes from Knight.

" This is the reason we don't normally host debates between people we do not know or trust - they may turn out to be jerks."

"You should be thankful and appreciative. Instead you are insulting, petty and rude."

"And then when we explained our position you responded with harsh insults."

" Frank, you are a petty, pathetic jerk. Please leave TOL and do not come back. You are not welcome here."

Frank isn't a Christian

Is Frank Walton really a Christian? I doubt it.

In fact, Frank was too busy debating last Sunday! And you know he broke one of the Ten Commandments: Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy.

As some of you know, Frank claims to have sent Knight "countless" emails. So, why didn't Knight respond?


Why didn't I respond to your email yesterday? Because it was Sunday and I was at


Frank, dude, keep it holy.