Essay: PZ Myers finally looks more like Ken Ham

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The current scientific consensus is that before his recent weight loss PZ Myers ate more food per day than the ancient triceratops commonly did. That is one of the reasons why PZ Myers had some difficulty climbing up and down the model triceratops at the Creation Museum. VIDEO

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PZ Myers loses some unsightly belly flab and finally looks more like the creationist Ken Ham![1] Given Myers previous struggle in ascending and descending the model dinosaur at the Creation Museum, Conservapedians would encourage Myers to challenge Mr. Ham to a triceratops model climbing competition (see: PZ Myers embarrasses himself at the Creation Museum). By the way, Mr. Myers, although you finally look more like Ken Ham, until you finally agree to debate Christian apologetist Vox Day, some doubts concerning your machismo remain. Message to PZ Myers: Come out of your intellectual bunny hole and debate Vox Day!

And one last thing Mr. Myers, if you could comment on Oxford atheist Dr. Daniel Came's recent comment concerning Richard Dawkins, Conservapedia would be most indebted to you. Here is a quote taken from a letter Dr. Came sent Dawkins: "The absence of a debate with the foremost apologist for Christian theism is a glaring omission on your CV and is of course apt to be interpreted as cowardice on your part."[2] Apparently, Richard Dawkins still lacks machismo! Please see: Does Richard Dawkins have machismo?

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If atheist Richard Dawkins finally agreed to debate Dr. William Lane Craig and a scientist at Creation Ministries International instead of making pitiful excuses, would Hispanic ladies finally believe Señor Dawkins has machismo? [3] Olé! Olé! Olé!

Please see: Does Richard Dawkins have machismo?

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Will PZ Myers regain unsightly belly fat like the atheist Stephen Fry? Conservapedia recommends that Myers purchase a Total Gym exercise machine which is endorsed by the svelte Bible believing young earth creationist Chuck Norris.[4]

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