Texas May Include Creationism In Biology Textbooks

Submitted by: Draculya 3 years ago

Madness? THIS IS TEXAS
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Female 6,381
If any school in Canada tried this kind of crap, the school board would come down on it like a ton of bricks.
If any school board in Canada tried this kind of crap, the province would come down on them like a ton of bricks.
If any province in Canada tried this kind of crap, Ottawa would come down on it like a ton of bricks.
In America, you just go your own merry way, it would seem.
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Male 36,521
@HolyGod: I did figure out that you weren`t serious about that! It was an "absurd example"; I use those too, from time to time (with mixed results!).

Was my "hamburger joke" on this thread or the Catgirl thread?

"I like hamburgers too, but I`d never have sex with one!"

Applies to horses, cats, cars, trees, most inanimate objects...
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Male 15,832
You can believe in creationism if you like; I truly have no f***s to give about it. But what in the hell does it have to do with biology? :-/
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Male 7,924
5Cats

"And sarcasm (or other subtle forms of humour) are easily lost on the internet, yes?"

Yes. I agree. But holy s.hit. No matter how much we disagree I`d like to think you know that I`m not truly insinuating that you have sex with horses. So ANYTHING I say on the subject is a joke.
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Male 36,521
@HolyGod: I did suspect that you might be `joking along` too, but you forgot to include some smileys: :-)

I can be very literal at times, I`ll admit it! In real life too, I mean.

And sarcasm (or other subtle forms of humour) are easily lost on the internet, yes?

The barn can have windows, anyone who "peeps" is a pervert too! ;-) No worries!
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Male 7,924
5Cats

"So... the term "playing along" is an anathema to you? Like a foreign language or something? Oooo-kay then!"

So me continuing to play along went over your head. SHOCKING. I`m aware that you were being a good sport and playing along when you replied "seriously", that is why I returned the favor as if we were arguing seriously.
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Male 36,521
@HolyGod: But you weren`t SPECIFIC!
I never had sex with underage MALE horses, but someone reading your accusation MIGHT draw that false conclusion!

If you blather on about non-specific nonsense? Don`t be alarmed if someone, occasionally, misunderstands you!

[quote]I apologize for mistaking you for another.[/quote]
[quote]Rather than your two names. My mistake![/quote]

Perhaps those needed to be IN ALL CAPS since you (apparently) don`t actually read what I type before `spouting off` about it...

[quote]Then instead of simply replying to that you make up something I NEVER EVEN SAID and start arguing against THAT.[/quote]

So... the term "playing along" is an anathema to you? Like a foreign language or something? Oooo-kay then!
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Male 7,924
5Cats

"Only female underage horses... I`m not GAY! "

I never said male horses! Not once!

Do you know how infuriating this is? I make a simple statement, that you like to have sex with young horses. Then instead of simply replying to that you make up something I NEVER EVEN SAID and start arguing against THAT.

If you make up my statements and your statements I guarantee you`ll win every argument. But hey, whatever helps you sleep at night (obviously a soft bed of hay in a discreet windowless barn).
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Male 3,764
I have seen what happens when they put crationalism in Biology classes. Where I live the schools were forced to teach from a book called "Of Pandas and People" a creationalist book back in the late 1980`s and with pressure from the conservitive and ultra religious it is the only text book they are allowed to use. Most of the scientific facts such as mitosis, ect are no longer tought in these schools let alone forbidden subjects such as evolution or sexual reproduction or even natural selection. The biology students have no concept of how a virus or microbe might mutate over a few generations to form a new strain. In fact the biology idiology being tought is more in line of the 1690`s era of thought. Then the schools wonder why they are falling behind in academics.
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Male 36,521
But I do note that you`re being polite enough, @HolyGod.

I "should have said": (at 11:11:34 PM)
[Hey IAB Liberal Brigade:] He has said no...

Rather than your two names. My mistake!

If necessary? I`ll explain the "horse sex joke" too... again!
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Male 36,521
[quote]Neither Madest nor I said anything about it.[/quote]
On THIS post? That`s true, yes. Did I SPECIFY "on this post"?? NO I did NOT. What`s your problem?

@madest has repeatedly, for a very long time now, openly accused @CrakrJak of being "a 6000 year creationist" despite repeated denials from @C. And also a retard, his favorite word!

So: If you really have never "weighed in on" that discussion? I apologize for mistaking you for another.
And the whole "madest = HolyGod" just seems funny to me! And still isn`t disproven... ;-)
(Note: That is a JOKE, ok? Don`t get your knickers in a knot over it! I don`t actually care if you are two people or not, really I don`t!)

Only female underage horses... I`m not GAY!

(See: That`s another joke! Sad day when I have to spoon-feed an IAB person who cannot or will not understand things...)

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Male 14,330
DO people here not see the part how they haven`t and it says MAY? or would that interfere with the banter?
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Male 406
HA! I always told my baby brother he owes me for not being gay! your welcome!
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Male 7,924
5Cats

"I am, of course referring to YOUR slanderous accusation on another thread"

You disgust me. Especially in that thread where you said you liked to have sex with underage horses. Remember where you said that? Repeatedly? In those other threads?

Disgusting.
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Male 7,924
5Cats

"I then speculated that you and Mr.Madest were one and the same person Because you both flog dead horses to death!"

Hahahaha.

You are so full of s.hit.

Someone ELSE on here accused Crakr of being a young earth creationist.

Neither Madest nor I said anything about it.

But instead of being a man and admitting you made a mistake you say that it was because of something we may have said in ANOTHER post? Jesus Christ. You are a sad little man.

"Subject changer!!!"

I take a shot at texas and you start calling me a liar for things I didn`t even say about crakr? Then I`M the subject changer? You are such a joke.
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Male 36,521
It`s as plain as the face attached to your nose:

YOU have no idea what the heck you`re talking about.

BUT YOU KEEP ON TALKING!

What "he"? Learn the English language please!
The last "he" refered to in my post is... @CrakrJak (noun) so DUH that`s the "he" invoked.

This is really simple stuff, dude. You smoke the pot like @madest does? Like, a LOT of pot?

I`m SO FREAKING SORRY that the IAB character count forces many abbreviations and for-shortenings! TOO BAD if you`re too "slow" to keep up, boy.

Goto /4/chan/ or whatever it`s called to talk to your "intellectual peers"... Nit picker! Horse flogger!! Subject changer!!!

Ah, I feel... refreshed! :-)
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Male 36,521
@HolyGod: In a recent post, Mr.Madest blurted out the accusation that @CrakrJak was a "6000 Year Earth Creationist" DESPITE being told 100 times BY @CrakrJak otherwise.

I then speculated that you and Mr.Madest were one and the same person ;-) Because you both flog dead horses to death!

I am, of course referring to YOUR slanderous accusation on another thread, along with @madest`s continued slanders.
Is that "too complicated" for you to understand?
I was referencing in in reply to @Essersmith`s question.

[quote]What the f.uck are you babbling about now?[/quote]
With your following "quotes" I ask you the same!
@madest: Talking about Texas.
@HolyGod: Talking about @davymid (with regards to Texas)
WTH?

@5Cats: Talking about overall patterns of abuse.

See? Both you and @madest continually say the same thing DESPITE the truth being continually told to you.
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Male 7,924
5Cats

"@HolyGod and @madest: He has said no, point blank, yet you continue to LIE ABOUT IT. What does that say about you two?"

What the f.uck are you babbling about now?

Madest "Where the dumb lead the stupid."

HolyGod: "You and I finally disagree on something."

What "he" are you referring to? What did we "LIE ABOUT"?

Now I can`t even parse through your stupid and crazy to figure out what point you think you are making.

Can ONE of the voices in your head be a rational intelligent person ONCE in a while?
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Male 36,521
@SmagBoy1: You make a valid point! I`d add that California and New York also play heavily on "textbook content" but yeah, that`s still an intelligent insight into the situation!
~takes off his hat~

@emmettyville: Yes! Darn tootin! He argues against one "faith" while spouting another = BullPoop!

@Dead-Kittens: Also yes! Just teach them ALL! What`s the fuss? Oh I forgot: the LEFT only wants ONE thing taught, THEIR idea. No others need apply...

@Essersmith: No, @CrakrJak is on record as NOT being into that stuff. Doesn`t stop the "IAB Liberal Brigade" from REPEATED FALSE ACCUSATIONS though...

@HolyGod and @madest: He has said no, point blank, yet you continue to LIE ABOUT IT.
What does that say about you two? Or are you actually the same person??? Hee hee hee...

@QueenZira and @TheZigRat: YES! Put them ALL IN! Who opposes that? The liberal left!!! Irony eh?
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Male 36,521
[quote]Let me get this out of the way immediately:[/quote]
Oh well! 2 out of 3 ain`t bad... (he`s an IDIOT! Just fyi...)

"Creationism" should be included in textbooks! Just like Tiamat, Quetzalcoatl (MY PERSONAL FAVORITE!) and 100 other "creation theories".

Seriously? Hopi Creation Stories are my favorite! There`s 10-15 variations but mostly they`re REALLY great! Quetzalcoatl shows up later... in some of them... he`s really cool, mostly...
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Male 1,558
Keep your club crap in your silly little club house !!
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Male 1,216
Hah, morons.
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Male 3,764
@ Queen
i think you saw my reply on the life starting on mars post right before this Texas post about God first creating Man in Austin.
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Female 2,228
They`re also changing history books to say Davy Crockett, Sam Houston and Jesus created Texas by forming Voltron, shaping the land and sprinkling it with Freedom powder.
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Male 3,764
If theyre going to put creationism in the Biology books. Which myth are they going to include and from which religion. Through out history there are hundreds of creation myths and as far as scientific evidence supports them All are equally valid. Infact there is far more evidence to support the Hindu religion`s creation myths than the Judeo-Christian myth of God creating the world in 6 days and Man and women on 2 seperate contradictory occasions.
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Male 701
I say let Texass do what they want. Anyone with half a brain wouldn`t be caught dead living there anyway.
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Male 458
@emmettyville:
Global warming is real. You can`t dismiss valid science because you don`t like it or because it doesn`t jive with your echo chamber.
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Male 275
@mesovortex
Are you telling me Crakr is into that kind of stuff?
hahahahahehehehehihihi
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Male 1,252
Well...I suggest adopting the Canadian system! Learn a little about all religions, then get down to the hard science.
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Male 2,592
Blah Blah I can`t hear you Blah Blah God did it God did it Blah Blah.. Jesus god jesus god god church
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Female 592
We are better than this, we have been taken over by the religious right of our republican governor. He`s into cronyism and finding his political donors great jobs on his team. We, I, feel like we`ve seen the last of the new century, the 1950`s are moving in. Down with Perry!
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Female 4,349
I`m sorry, you lost me when you claimed the earth was 4 billion years old then in the same sentance said global warming is real. Jeez, may as well teach creationism...
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Male 7,924
davymid

"Texas? Really? I thought they were better than this."

You and I finally disagree on something.
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Male 7,775
And so the next round of brainwashing begins.
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Male 12,138
Texas? Really? I thought they were better than this.
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Male 10,845
Madness courtesy of public schools
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Male 4,431
Fortunately, Texas` influence on the overall market for textbooks is being significantly impacted by digital formatting. It used to be that whatever way Texas went with their textbooks, so went the rest of the country (due to Texas` market share). Fortunately, digital formatting makes changes and additional versions, etc., very easy to write, edit, proof and publish.

Doesn`t mitigate the extreme stupid outlined in this story, but at least it`s not *quite* as influential as it once was. Now Texas is mainly just hurting their own kids` educations.
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Male 6,227
Thanks for this, Draculya. 4 stars. I wish more Americans were as well-informed on our issues as you are.
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Male 1,284
retards
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Male 458
Can`t wait for CrakrJak to post in this thread with his creationist garbage. I have the popcorn ready to go.
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Male 7,378
Where the dumb lead the stupid.
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Male 14,775
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