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Posted by Aaron Viviano on June 30, 2002 18:20:25 UTC

"It is tiring and boring."

Yes it is tiring and boring to be constently acused of being only a students and thus can't argue at your "level".

"You are doing nothing but trolling here and linking other people's "information"."

90% of the people here do the same thing.

Does this mean I can't show my opion that has been state better than I could say just because it is on another web site?

"You evade all issues brought up by me and you don't even know a darn thing about geology, yet proclaim a global flood happened."

I know plently of darn things about geoglogy just because I can't argue at your "level" doesn't mean I'm wrong, I just means you can try to defeat my argument with a ten pound text book, just because I don't understant everything yet. That is why I'm here to learn, to understand, not to get the evos opion slamed into me.

"Sam, If You Don't Understand The Science Then Stop Posting!"

Your title shows dangerous levels of ignorance.

Prehaps I should tell people not to vote just because the don't understand polotics to a professors "level."

Yeck you might as well say this:
If you haven't mastered it don't do it.

What a foolish thing to beleive.

God Bless Ya'

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