Friday, 13 February 2009

Xians cant respond to my arguments

It appears that people think leaving random comments on my blog about what tv they watch etc somehow counts as a logical response to my arguments. Well it isnt. Infact as you leave stupid comments things like my argument from google maps are getting stronger (xians cant claim that thier sky daddy is hiding under the sea anymore).

6 comments:

Sir-Think-A-lot said...

Actually Mike Trite, its not so much that we think our responses were good answers to your argument as you're argument isnt worth answering.

And you wonder why people think your a pardoy.

CodewordConduit said...

Haaaaaahahahahahaha

Argument from Google Maps


Hiding under the sea

Dude you are either a parody, a genius or a twisted drunk.

johnny said...

argument from google maps?


lol, Mike. You do know how to put a smile on someone's face. I think i'll give that underwater google a look-see sometime. How long do whale-sharks live? Since google undersea only has one, we can watch it become extinct.... wait... guess what, Mike... instead of God using 21st century tech, and getting a facebook account, He has actually filled the real ocean with reel [sic] fish and stuff.
It might be the case that dolphins won't be in heaven, but right now there's more of 'em in the actual ocean than can be seen on google earth.

;)

johnny

Anonymous said...

I go with Twisted Drunk. I think it is GIGO at work. You put garbage in your blog you get garbage out. BTW does anyone know a good spinach artichoke dip recipe?

FiFi said...

Johnny, the Google Eaerth photos are taken by a satellite in little bits, and not all in one go as you seem to think. There's no magic camera that can surround the Earth and take a photo of the surface all at the same time.

So it stands to reason that during the process of photographng the surface, they've only managed to capture one whale shark. And??? And who's sad enough to sit there examining the images looking for different sea creatures?? You?!

Anyway, I don't get what you're trying to say, apart from 'Ner ner ner ner ner' or something of similar educational value.

Hi Mike - how's things?

johnny said...

FiFi said, Johnny, the Google Eaerth photos are taken by a satellite in little bits, and not all in one go as you seem to think.

Sorry FiFi, i must not have been clear enough. Mike had said, "(xians cant claim that thier sky daddy is hiding under the sea anymore)", by which Mike is implying google earth can see that God is not in the ocean... it is Mike's claim that is leads to the belief that google earth is "live" and not "memorex".

There's no magic camera that can surround the Earth and take a photo of the surface all at the same time.

Tell that to the guy that says his argument from google maps is getting stronger.

So it stands to reason that during the process of photographng the surface, they've only managed to capture one whale shark. And??? And who's sad enough to sit there examining the images looking for different sea creatures?? You?!

Nah... i wouldn't be looking for sea critters... Big Foot or bust, baby. Big Foot or bust ;)

Although i have checked out the Nazca lines and the pyramids in Egypt... Also, Cabrini Greens (sp?)in Chicago (which, i belief, had been torn down before i saw it on Google Earth, so yes, i realised that these are old images (as, i'm sure that Mike knew too) ).

Anyway, I don't get what you're trying to say, apart from 'Ner ner ner ner ner' or something of similar educational value.

Just curious... do you understand what Mike was implying? ... by that, i mean, do you understand what argument Mike is trying to refute/attack?

If you understand where Mike was going with his inventive argument, then what i said should make sense.

johnny