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December 26th, 2005  |  Published in old and busted

Re: Evolution and Cavemen:

> In regard to “cavemen,” it is widely accepted among Christian and non-Christian scientists that cavemen existed thousands of years before Adam and Eve.  The question is, are WE descendants of cavemen?  The answer is “no.”  Cavemen were not a part of God’s “special creation” of humans. Adam and Eve came much later.  Cavemen are classified as “hominids.”  They are a bipedal mammal, created with the other mammals. We have complete skeletal fossils of hominids and even infant hominids.   They resembled humans in many ways, but did not possess the Spirit of God, as Adam and Eve, our true ancestors, did.  They had many physical characteristics as we do, but they did not worship; they did not have our “spiritual nature”, and there are some physical differences as well, recently noted in studies done on Neanderthal, which indicate that we could NOT have evolved from them.  Of course, we never heard about those new studies in the media, even though, when Neanderthal was first discovered, all they could talk about was how we had “discovered one of our ancestors”.    Now that it has been scientifically proven that we did NOT evolve from Neanderthal,  we never see THAT information in the news.

“Neanderthal” was discovered in 1848, so the MSM’s failure to correct the record to reflect that scientists agree cavemen are actually soulless animal-men with occipital buns is, indeed, further proof that the war on Jeebus will only be won with will, flame and steel.

In other news:

  • We got a new griddle today. It folds in half for storage. The old griddle nearly broke Al’s wrist when it fell from above the cabinet, and one of its legs snapped off in the process.

  • Christmas was great. Very restful. Michael & Sue came over and we spent the day hanging out. Al got me “Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle,” which entertained the living hell out of me.

That’s it for now.

Oh … I think Ed also had an appliance-flavored Christmas.

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