Bob Casanova (
Sun, 28 Jul 1996 18:18:18 -0700

Ed Conrad wrote:
> August Matthusen <> wrote:
> >Thanks for the lesson in bull throwing. You certainly are a
> >master at it. It is very kind of you to share your expertise
> >with those of us who are not fortunate enough to have your
> >abilities.
> Augie:
> Gee, thanks for the compliment! I didn't know anybody noticed or
> anybody cared.
> I will admit that the trick really isn't in the throwing of the bull.
> It's making damn sure you don't step in the bullshit. When that
> happens, your shoes get sticky and smelly, and you can't move as fast
> as you should.
> I guess I've gotten this good because I've paid close attention to
> the real masters -- of course, the politicians, on all levels -- and
> I've also followed closely the technique employed by some of the
> biggest twerts in science.
> I was going to name names but, obviously, you know who they are. After
> all, their names almost always pop up when an ape's toejam or the red
> fuzz from an orangutang's rear end is discovered in older strata in
> Africa or some other location far, far away.
> That's when their eyes fill with glee, knowing they'll have another
> oppotunity to dish out more unmitigated crap that what they've found
> offers even more and more evidence that man evolved from the apes.

The last 5 words of your post show that you don't even *understand* the
claims, since no one in science claims that "man evolved from the apes".
Care to exhibit your ignorance further?

Bob C.

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