I tend to look at such things in the same way I do KKK bookstores in the south with t-shirts of white people urinating on black people; they're a bit niche, a curiosity and a close eye should be kept on them but should never be taken seriously. That article is pretty old, the attention about it has died-down somewhat. I'm guessing because people have actually attended it and found it to be bollocks.
This sort of stuff is always going to be around but targeting them like some are, to me, confers legitimacy on them they don't deserve.
Lol, dire attempt. Funny though.
Wasn't this in the news a couple years back?
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Yea, it was. Apparently over a million people have visited it so far.
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Crying at the beauty of the landcape O<O
You mean the view west from the top of the Pennines?
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That isn't Yorkshire :/
Though that view would make them cry, but for other reasons.
Aye, the breeze from Sellafield blows that way for a reason
Reason being the populace are already fugly enough for mutations to go unnoticed
On a side note, when I read the title of the thread i imagined a museum about Creationism where people went to see what the fools of yesteryear actually believed.
It is all in the belief. If we can believe in Jesus, Allah, Ram , hell, heaven etc then why not creationism ?
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