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Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller for November 08, 2012

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    V-Beast  over 8 years ago

    Jurassic Ark.

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    Varnes  over 8 years ago

    I knew it! …………..Hey, wasn’t it just after that that he started the Noah Weather Service?

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    Lost in the Twilight Zone  over 8 years ago

    My mother used to insist Noah’s Ark had dinosaurs on it.She also insisted Rock Hudson was straight and “Jeopardy” was rigged.

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    Dtroutma  over 8 years ago

    But if the whole Earth was covered, where’s the waterfall? Oh, right, it’s the drain where all that water went into the center of the Earth, and became lava, then stone, which explains the fossils!!

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    mrbribery  over 8 years ago

    yep, just like always, history is written by the winners..

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    Three Steps Over Japan  over 8 years ago

    I hate it when that happens.

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    AKHenderson Premium Member over 8 years ago

    That model of the Earth looks more like Terry Pratchett.

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    pcolli  over 8 years ago

    Yes….and where did they end up? With a bunch of hairstylists, middle management types and a few hitch hikers on Earth..And just what colour should the wheel be?

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    g.iangoodson  over 8 years ago

    The Bible does not teach that the earth was flat. The whole ancient world knew the earth wasa globe. It’s called watching ships go over the horizon. J

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    Arianne  over 8 years ago

    ♫♫ The ants go marching two by two, hurrah, hurrah. ♫♫ The ants go marching two by two, hurrah, hurrah. ♫♫ The ants go marching two by two, the little one stopped to tie his shoe, ♫♫ And they all went marching down… in the Earth… to get out… of the rain… Boom boom boom…. ♫♫

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    thirdguy  over 8 years ago

    Poor Dino!

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    thirdguy  over 8 years ago

    Wait, Rock Hudson wasn’t straight?My Mother would have been so disapointed!

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    pcolli  over 8 years ago

    Or could it be that it doesn’t really matter?

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    einarbt7  over 8 years ago

    Good one.

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    thirdguy  over 8 years ago

    Debbie, I believe in the same things that you do, and I didn’t mean to make it seem otherwise. My Mother really did have a crush on Rock Hudson. Sadly, she died around the same time as he did.

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    Kvasir42 Premium Member over 8 years ago

    Aagh! You just beat me to the fire reference! I knew I shouldn’t have waited to read all the comments. Oh well, no mentioned using tree leafs (leaves?) for currency.

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    edward thomas Premium Member over 8 years ago

    And don’t forget Jim Nabors! BTW, MY Mother was VERY shocked to learn about Johnny Mathis. Do you think they have the referenced theory in the Creation Museum?

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    elbeck  over 8 years ago

    If humans co-existed with T Rex, we would have been nothing but Chicken McNuggets to a carnivore like that.

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    Vonne Anton  over 8 years ago

    Q: Why couldn’t Noah play cards?A: Cuz Mrs. Noah was standing on the deck.-Har-de-har-har-har. Sigh.

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    Beleck3  over 8 years ago

    oh wait, what about that Dinosaur/Creationism museum in Kentucky. don’t tell me they lied to me? oh the Horror!!!

    but Jeopardy!! it is rigged. another one done the tubes?

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    Beleck3  over 8 years ago

    i guess ignorance is preferable to just accepting that human beings are carbon based life forms on a tiny speck of earth in the vast endless universe. we are so insignificant that way. way too scary and little in the scheme of things , right?

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    zoidknight  over 8 years ago

    Which sadly most so-called realists still believe.

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    dsom8  over 8 years ago

    Some people think the ark looked like this. Others willingly believe it did. To their loss, unfortunately.

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    Justice22  over 8 years ago

    That is the edge of the Earth that the second ark is falling off. There are some who STILL believe the Earth is flat and the Sun revolves around it.

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    DrJKnows  over 8 years ago

    What does “flat” mean?

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    crlinder  over 8 years ago

    Heck, why stop at just two arks? Maybe Noah built a whole fleet of them, not only for the dinosaurs, but also all the extinct plants and invertebrates.

    Of course, we’d still need to explain how he fit several million species onto the one ark that did survive and kept them all fed and healthy for about a year. (That amount of time is not a typo. It rained forty days and forty nights, but the ark continued at sea for a long time while the waters dried up.)

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    Celad  over 8 years ago

    Check out reasons.org. They’re neither “young earth” nor “global flood.” Founded by an astrophysicist who says Genesis 1 is exactly right, in sequence, scientifically. (E.g., “In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth”: Big Bang; day (not 24 hr.) one: the opaque atmosphere became translucent; day four: the translucent atmosphere became transparent.)

    “Don’t blame it on my God until you believe in him.” James Ward.

    (“You have to believe in free will, you have no choice.” I.B. Singer ; – )

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    johnschutt  over 8 years ago

    Really? And where did you find this in Scripture? Oh, yea… liberals are “tolerant” of everyone except Christians. It’s O.K. to discriminate against them. Right Wiley? John, Ph.D. and Classical Christian

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    rockngolfer  over 8 years ago

    Where are the giant turtles all the way down?

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    Karen345  over 8 years ago

    ha ha. awesome wiley

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    Rickapolis  over 8 years ago

    Where is Fred Flintstone?

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    Thriller87  over 8 years ago

    @Alex it cracks me up everytime I hear it. How long can you tread water?

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    Panekbutton Premium Member over 8 years ago

    I will laugh about this one all day!

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    Linguist  over 8 years ago

    Perhaps you are in the same league with the flat earth theorists, disbelieving in " global warming " is a convenient self-deception for the Ridiculous Right . To deny that this world is going through a unprecedented global climate change ( notice I did not say “warming” ) , is ludicrous. We are experiencing some of the most horrific climatic events in modern recorded history. Don’t believe me ? Ask all those poor people in New Jersey, New York, Connecticut etc.

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    dfowensby  over 8 years ago

    if you want the true ark fable (how’s that for double down?), go to youtube and load up “The Unicorn Song” by the irish rovers. ;)

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    dfowensby  over 8 years ago

    for.

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    lsherris  over 8 years ago

    “Perhaps you are in the same league with the flat earth theorists, disbelieving in " global warming " is a convenient self-deception for the Ridiculous Right"`My political leanings are not on the right. The fact that Stalin beat Hitler in the most recent election is less disturbing to me than if Hitler had won.`After the break up of the Soviet Union the large numbers of academic Socialists/Communists needed another cause. Global warming was a convenient ruse to regain power and destroy free civilization.`Weather has always been very destructive. Florida and Texas get bad hurricanes every 5 to 10 years. The Northeast only every 50 to 100 years. That hasn’t changed. Look up the Hurricane of Providence of 1814 which routed the British while they were burning down Washington, DC. New York was hit with horrendous storms in 1821 and 1898. Several smaller, but still very destructive storms hit New York during the 20th century. Your depending upon government propagandists (public school and mainstream media) for your information makes you guilty of self-deception.`Read an opposing viewpoint -Read anything by James Delingpole http://jamesdelingpole.com/Svensmark – The Chilling Stars

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    lsherris  over 8 years ago

    It’s true, I am whispering in a Hurricane of Idiocy, but if no one will speak out there is no hope. Actually mediocrity for the US is a best case scenario; I fear much worse is in store for us over the next 20 years. It seems that a majority of Americans are now dependent upon government (directly or indirectly). They will not vote to give up their support in return for freedom and independence.`Left wing ideation is not caused by brain damage; it is caused by miseducation. It is correctable with much effort, and that is my goal. People get the government they want. Right now people want to be dependent slaves. If the spark of freedom can once again be ignited the future could be bright.

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    klunker rider  over 8 years ago

    “History of the World Pt-1” Moses comes off the mountain, “The Lord has given us these 15…(one tablet slips and breaks on impact)…er…10!, yes 10 Commandments!”

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    pcolli  over 8 years ago

    I agree.

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    pcolli  over 8 years ago

    Fire that can be fitted nasally; it’s a posssibility (the committee came out on that one a few weeks ago) but I prefer the option of ice splinters slowly drawn the back (not mine) without telling anyone what you’re doing..I think it might catch on but we have to see if the idea bounces in the board room.

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    mitchejmm Premium Member over 8 years ago

    Watch out! Your ignorance is showing!!

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    Sidneypop  over 8 years ago

    Dang. A good blog ruined by something factual.

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    Vonne Anton  over 8 years ago

    Try this on for size: Genesis 1:1 takes place “in the beginning.” Billions of years ago. Then creative day one begins in verse 2. All six creative days are observed from the standpoint of someone standing on Earth, watching developments as they appear from that perspective. They were not 24 hours long, but many thousands of years long. Thus dinosaurs could come and go before man, or the scarcity of fossils in the fertile crescent might indicate they never came close to humans, or any distant ones were never brought by God to Noah to put in the ark. -Oh, and the Bible clearly says the earth is round, long before humans could reasonably conclude that it was (Isaiah 40:22 was already cited by another commenter). The Devil showed Jesus a VISION of all the kingdoms of the earth (Luke’s account says “in an instant of time.” Now that will bend your brain!).

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    Wiley creator over 8 years ago

    Holy…do you people always read cartoons so literally? It’s just a simple sight gag. Calm down and relax.

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    Vonne Anton  over 8 years ago

    “Yeah? You poked me back first!”

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    prrdh  over 8 years ago

    I don’t understand why more guys don’t support gay marriage. We maybe wouldn’t look so bad if men like the ones you mentioned could openly take themselves out of the competition.

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    prrdh  over 8 years ago

    If the Lord had wanted it otherwise, He would have created Ararat II.

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    Celad  over 8 years ago

    @Sturmmi14: You missed the point about the opaque atmosphere. The perspective given is “the surface of the deep”, below the atmosphere.

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    markjoseph125  over 8 years ago

    Suggested reading: “The First Three Minutes” by Nobel Prize-winning physicist Steven Weinberg.

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    aztecace  over 8 years ago

    And the answer to life the universe, and everything is 42

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