Re: [asa] Fw: What Jesus used on Palm Sunday

From: Iain Strachan <>
Date: Thu Mar 22 2007 - 16:16:51 EDT

Michael, I wouldn't be too sure that it was posted in all seriousness.
They've opened it up again so that anyone can edit. I noticed that there
was a long series of articles by one poster on different classical
composers, all of which were deliberately wrong, and evidently written by
someone who knew what they were doing, but wanted to make a farce of it.
For example, on the article about Shostakovich, I noticed it said that he
wrote an opera "The love for three oranges" (in fact Prokofiev wrote the
opera "The love OF three oranges", and then later a claim that Shostakovich
wrote a famous prelude in C-sharp minor Op 2 No 3 (sic). Again the author
must have known that it was Rachmaninov that wrote a prelude in C-sharp
minor Op 3 No 2 (sic). It was clearly an attempt to make the site look
stupid, and it may well be the case that your Jesus-on-dinosaur pic was
another mickey take.


On 3/22/07, Michael Roberts <> wrote:
> Try this from the ACG list courtesy of steve Dutch
> Michael
> The Noah's Ark cartoon has been around for a while and is cute and
> inoffensive. This one, which some of you may have seen, was posted in all
> seriousness on the Web site Conservapedia in their article on Dinosaurs.
> Once it came to general notice, it was quickly pulled, but not before a
> number of other sites preserved it for posterity. This is another "You Have
> To See It To Believe It" item. I am rapidly beginning to believe there is no
> limit to the stupidity out there on the Web. A picture of Jesus on a
> dinosaur is tame compared to some of the conspiracy theories sailing around.

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