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Sep 6, 2008 12:20 PM CST Is a creationist fit to lead a "developed" nation?
rwantin
rwantinrwantinRoyal Oak, Michigan USA21 Threads 11,127 Posts
WhatUwish4: I watched the speech with avid interest. Did not pick up on it, but I'll look again. Could be I wasn't looking for it.


It may have been from that - but not sure. I'll see if I can find it - I'll let you be the judge. wave
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Sep 6, 2008 12:22 PM CST Is a creationist fit to lead a "developed" nation?
Xtabentun: with rays of sunshine ....If you don't have a copyright on that, I'll admitt I'm hooked on that expression because of you
It's out of some Cartoon.
Actually it is Ned Flanders' way of saying, 'YES'! (The Simpsons)rolling on the floor laughing wave
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Sep 6, 2008 12:26 PM CST Is a creationist fit to lead a "developed" nation?
Xtabentun
XtabentunXtabentunOntario, Canada28 Threads 2,372 Posts
Conrad73: It's out of some Cartoon.
Actually it is Ned Flanders' way of saying, 'YES'! (The Simpsons)


dunno I like it, it almost suits me at times... and I never watch Simpsons roll eyes
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Sep 6, 2008 12:27 PM CST Is a creationist fit to lead a "developed" nation?
Xtabentun: I like it, it almost suits me at times... and I never watch Simpsons
thumbs up wave
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Sep 6, 2008 12:28 PM CST Is a creationist fit to lead a "developed" nation?
kushtibok
kushtibokkushtibokTotnes, Devon, England UK2 Threads 14 Posts
The Simpsons are the cool voice of reason.
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Sep 6, 2008 12:32 PM CST Is a creationist fit to lead a "developed" nation?
kushtibok: The Simpsons are the cool voice of reason.
That's the Average Redneck American Family you all Love to Hate so much.cool
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Sep 6, 2008 12:33 PM CST Is a creationist fit to lead a "developed" nation?
rwantin
rwantinrwantinRoyal Oak, Michigan USA21 Threads 11,127 Posts
kushtibok: The Simpsons are the cool voice of reason.


That, and Family Guy - which is my moral compass...dancing
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Sep 6, 2008 12:33 PM CST Is a creationist fit to lead a "developed" nation?
rwantin: That, and Family Guy - which is my moral compass...
rolling on the floor laughing
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Sep 6, 2008 12:37 PM CST Is a creationist fit to lead a "developed" nation?
rwantin
rwantinrwantinRoyal Oak, Michigan USA21 Threads 11,127 Posts
WhatUwish4: I watched the speech with avid interest. Did not pick up on it, but I'll look again. Could be I wasn't looking for it.


It's actually in Magnetic's thread. Saved me some lookin'...
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Sep 6, 2008 12:37 PM CST Is a creationist fit to lead a "developed" nation?
solitare
solitaresolitareBariloche, Rio Negro Argentina106 Threads 6,639 Posts
Conrad73: The only worthwhile "Mission From God",was the one of the "Blues Brothers"!



GLORY ALLELUHA! AMENNNN TO DAT!!!! %D
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Sep 6, 2008 1:00 PM CST Is a creationist fit to lead a "developed" nation?
arabella
arabellaarabellaNear Farmington, Maine USA110 Threads 2 Polls 7,814 Posts
kushtibok: einstein, LHC, the bible, the koran, dao de jing, mahabharata, quarks, big bang, sutras, scientology, nietzsche, or should I just believe in me, Yoko and me?


That's what voting is for...a personal choice.
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Sep 6, 2008 1:02 PM CST Is a creationist fit to lead a "developed" nation?
kushtibok
kushtibokkushtibokTotnes, Devon, England UK2 Threads 14 Posts
Conrad73: That's the Average Redneck American Family you all Love to Hate so much.


presented as hot satire
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Sep 6, 2008 1:06 PM CST Is a creationist fit to lead a "developed" nation?
trish123
trish123trish123Macclesfield, Cheshire, England UK231 Threads 6 Polls 19,911 Posts
a creationist would be a contraindication of 'developed' - cant see it hapening myself laugh
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Sep 6, 2008 1:15 PM CST Is a creationist fit to lead a "developed" nation?
pyaremohan
pyaremohanpyaremohandelhi, Delhi India22 Threads 1,549 Posts
trish123: a creationist would be a contraindication of 'developed' - cant see it hapening myself


hi trish

i think the whole idea is wrong.developed is not absolute ..nothin is infact........relative.....so can coexist in that sense
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Sep 30, 2008 5:20 PM CST Is a creationist fit to lead a "developed" nation?
kushtibok
kushtibokkushtibokTotnes, Devon, England UK2 Threads 14 Posts
I watched the Palin speech - she's more scary than Margaret Thatcher ever was
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