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Posted by Scott Abernathy on April 11, 2002 20:00:07 UTC

It is not Darwin that I am admiring with the name "Darwinpoodle". If you knew anything about Darwin and his life, you would know that Darwin wasn't much of a defender of his own beliefs. It was Thomas Henry Huxely that did most of his arguing for him, hence the nickname "Darwins bulldog". I don't think I am Huxely, nor do I believe I am is intellectual equal. I thought it was a fitting nickname for him so I am using a similiar one (but one that anyone could pick up on with any knowledge of Darwins life)So I feel it necessary to correct your obvious shortcomings when you say I am trying to be Darwin. Darwin was a puss!! I think Huxely was much more passionate and brave that Darwin ever hoped to be. You just couldn't make the connection could you - well what should I expect from someone who needs his logic spoon fed to him.

boo hoo - Scott

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