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Pookie's Toons / Today's Toons 7/6/22
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Archaeology / Re: Ancient “Laser Cut” Caves Found In India
« Last post by roamer_1 on Today at 07:58:09 am »
No argument here. Darwinian thought requires that the present iteration of the genus Homo is the most advanced, and that colors what can and will be described and studied vs hidden and/or destroyed.

If you were on a dig in the plains and found any modern device in a Middle Archaic soil layer, no matter how well documented, no matter how obviously in situ...it would be dismissed as a prank, as being placed there by someone, fallen down a gopher hole, whatever, and never examined for the corrosion or alteration that should have occurred since the time it was recovered from. Other accounts are dismissed as "Myth", "fraud" or "legend" and the concept that most stories have a basis in truth discarded out of hand.

That's right... And in the meantime. 'Lucy' is every bit as fraudulent as the Piltdown man... And they call it indisputable science.  *****rollingeyes*****
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He always gave me the impression of 'that's what a Ken (as in Barbie and) doll would look like if it went into politics'.

LOL!  Always think of him as the "Marlboro Man" who doesn't smoke tobacco.
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ME TOO! I don't see how anybody did vote for him.
He always gave me the impression of 'that's what a Ken (as in Barbie and) doll would look like if it went into politics'.
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Drive over to Pennsylvania and buy what you need...
People in California drive to Arizona to avoid California's reporting fascism but there have been numerous time where snitches/bitches in Arizona who see California plates parked in front of gun stores will report the plates and the fact they were at a gun store to the CHP/ police so that they will stop/ confiscate and site those Californians for violating state law. Buying ammo out of state and bringing it back?

Want to get around this law by stocking up on ammo in another state? Well, you can buy ammunition out of state, but to bring it into California, you first have to ship it to a licensed California ammunition vendor so they can perform a background check and hand your ammo back to you. The law does not limit the fee the vendor can charge for this service.
 

Try to avoid this step and you violate the law and get cited....unless you aren't a legal resident of California, then you can skip the FFL and bring in as much ammo as you like. The laws have nothing to do with safety, they are all about control, making it harder for law abiding citizens to exercise their rights and of course revenue collection since each in state ammo purchase requires an instant background check and they aint free.
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Archaeology / Re: Ancient “Laser Cut” Caves Found In India
« Last post by Smokin Joe on Today at 07:33:32 am »
To a degree perhaps - I too am a catastrophist. But more to the point, history is levered to fit the current model (and has been before). And as long as evolution is embraced, and science stands opposed to God, aspects of history will continue to be ignored or de-emphasized to, as I said, fit the current model.

When in fact, history stands against them. They are speaking lies (at least of omission). Things like the OP, ooparts, ancient cyclopean architecture, and etc.  all fly in the face of what is being taught as true.

And that goes all the way back.
No argument here. Darwinian thought requires that the present iteration of the genus Homo is the most advanced, and that colors what can and will be described and studied vs hidden and/or destroyed.

If you were on a dig in the plains and found any modern device in a Middle Archaic soil layer, no matter how well documented, no matter how obviously in situ...it would be dismissed as a prank, as being placed there by someone, fallen down a gopher hole, whatever, and never examined for the corrosion or alteration that should have occurred since the time it was recovered from. Other accounts are dismissed as "Myth", "fraud" or "legend" and the concept that most stories have a basis in truth discarded out of hand.
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Archaeology / Re: Ancient “Laser Cut” Caves Found In India
« Last post by roamer_1 on Today at 07:24:31 am »
Well, the survivors write it, from their viewpoint, to suit their ends. I think it is highly possible that civilization advances in waves, and that the high points may or may not be preserved in the inevitable cataclysms which also occur, possibly as a result of the hubris of the learned.

We may have forgotten more than we know.

To a degree perhaps - I too am a catastrophist. But more to the point, history is levered to fit the current model (and has been before). And as long as evolution is embraced, and science stands opposed to God, aspects of history will continue to be ignored or de-emphasized to, as I said, fit the current model.

When in fact, history stands against them. They are speaking lies (at least of omission). Things like the OP, ooparts, ancient cyclopean architecture, and etc.  all fly in the face of what is being taught as true.

And that goes all the way back.
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Archaeology / Re: Ancient “Laser Cut” Caves Found In India
« Last post by Smokin Joe on Today at 07:15:06 am »
This is right in my wheelhouse - And proof that history (and the soft-science that surrounds it) is tampered with, if not wholly contrived.
Well, the survivors write it, from their viewpoint, to suit their ends. I think it is highly possible that civilization advances in waves, and that the high points may or may not be preserved in the inevitable cataclysms which also occur, possibly as a result of the hubris of the learned.

We may have forgotten more than we know.
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It's all about "me", not his constituents or town.... Narcissist jerk...
Sounds like Joe Biden's kind of guy, I wonder if he kind get him a cabinet gig like he did for Buttjigger.
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