1 Dec 2000 Iain   » (Master)

Take the money, run, Take the money

MrOrganic: You are quite hypocritical in your condemnation of your creationist friend, as you are doing the same as him, yet ending up at the exact opposite conclusion. You are both taking everything literally. What is time? How long was "6 days"? What is "The World" when all you know about is what you have seen and been told about? Nice quote. Here's a few more

"The teaching about the cross is foolishness to the wise"
"Then He said, 'I tell you the truth, you must change and become like little children. Otherwise, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven'"
"We are fools for Christ's sake"

Fun article. Well done Ryan. Aaronl made a decent enough attempt at making a fool out of himself again. Hoohum. It's fun to put all his comments in cronological order, and see how his stance changes as people point out the flaws in his arguments/understanding, so inside of correcting himself, or even commenting on why his arguments/understanding are correct, he just moves onto another place to attack from. Hopefully my simple explanations of Bonobo have been enough for him to understand it. I kinda doubt it, but hey. It was fun writing it.

RyanMuldoon: Sorry, I didn't read your entry last whenever, about the gnapster gnome-vfs thing. Sorry.

Conrad, from . . .And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead, wrote a really nice piece on Belfast. Search for Belfast. I think I'll fan boy him and send him an email, cos he did write "Don't forget to write" on my ticket stub

And it looks like I'm blue again. Sigh, it was nice being purple for a while. Someone obviously decided I suck.

Watched Empire Records. The bit where Corey throws herself at Rex Manning still makes me cringe with embarassment everytime I see it. I suppose that means either it's a good movie, or I just suck, and seeing as thats one "You suck" and one "You might suck", it looks like I suck.

W . A . S . T . E .

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