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  1. Randy_B GoComics Pro Member commented on Over the Hedge about 17 hours ago

    Mecha Nyan Reindeer!

  2. Randy_B GoComics Pro Member commented on Over the Hedge about 20 hours ago

    Are you claiming a distinction between the “earlier dissenting scientists and doctors” (the less credulous) and the “darwinists” (the more credulous)? That wasn’t the source of the difference.
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    Some of the scientists wanted to believe it was real (because the hoaxers vouched for its authenticity, and because it fit with their preconceptions of the evolutionary path taken by early hominid species), but by the time the sources of all the bones and fossils were completely identified, most scientists in the field had correctly determined that the combination of features and supposed age of the Piltdown specimens were inconsistent with other (real) fossil evidence.
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    The bones were also not “glued together”. They were initially presented as fragments that were found together, as is the case for most real fossils.

  3. Randy_B GoComics Pro Member commented on Frog Applause 1 day ago

    How about uvulas taken over by one of those snail parasites?

  4. Randy_B GoComics Pro Member commented on Over the Hedge 1 day ago

    That’s not who Apple hires.

  5. Randy_B GoComics Pro Member commented on Non Sequitur 1 day ago

    Are you sure he wasn’t the “Pigeon Purger”?

  6. Randy_B GoComics Pro Member commented on Brewster Rockit 1 day ago

    Was it a white, shaggy settee?

  7. Randy_B GoComics Pro Member commented on Monty 3 days ago

  8. Randy_B GoComics Pro Member commented on Jen Sorensen 3 days ago

    It’s a “Thought Experiment”, dude.
    Says so in the first sentence.

  9. Randy_B GoComics Pro Member commented on Jen Sorensen 3 days ago

    “Polar partition”?? I don’t think anyone here understands what that’s suppose to mean.
    You’re also repeating yourself and only addressing a side issue: the reason for the cost of the investigation (the “40 million”). The CIA did admit to hacking into the computer system used by the Senate Intelligence Committee; did that not actually happen on your planet? The subject of the report itself is the main issue; it appears to be true on all the main points, which will be further discussed and investigated

  10. Randy_B GoComics Pro Member commented on Jen Sorensen 5 days ago

    In the real world, torture doesn’t yield any more useful information than you get from non-torture interrogation. You also cite two examples where torture wasn’t used. Apparently you resort to fantasy to defend the real-world use of torture.