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You've got the rhythm! Will we get an article on every anonymous fan of the Question evolution! campaign? --AugustO 06:00, 27 December 2012 (EST)

This wiki has about 40,000 content pages. Since the QEC will no doubt have a robust 2013, may your talk page comment be prophetic! :) This article is a pretty robust article in terms of its length. May the Djw0071 article greatly expand!  :)
Djw0071! Djw0071! Djw0071! Faster! Stronger! Higher! Conservative 08:32, 27 December 2012 (EST)
Do smart people actually watch YouTube videos? I've seen a few, mostly of boring ugly people talking at a webcam or talking over stock footage/images that I've seen a thousand times before. I don't get why people would bother with such things. MattyD 09:25, 27 December 2012 (EST)
Check and indeed mate! It seems you are missing out on a lot. Dvergne 09:36, 27 December 2012 (EST)
Well, that made me feel a little bit dumber. I'll stick to books, I think. If things like that represent the "Best of the Public," I despair. MattyD 10:34, 27 December 2012 (EST)
Two of the things that come to mind: a) no matter how interested I may be in the subject I would not bother watching a video the title of which includes "Devistation" or "Lybia" because, if this person (whose name would have him immediately blocked as a spammer if he tried to get onto Conservapedia without "patronage") can't even get the title right, can he be trusted with the video itself? - and b) I find it ironic that this article, as it stands, was not created but evolved, edit by edit from the original single phrase of its conception. AlanE 14:59, 27 December 2012 (EST)
Dvergne, I'm happy to find that I got only one of the references in that video, "Gangnam Style", which I had to watch because my friend made a parody called "Mitt Romney Style". BryanF 16:08, 28 December 2012 (EST)

Why is this article locked? --DonnyC 15:42, 27 December 2012 (EST)

AlanE, can you please elaborate what you are referring to as far as "the title" incorrectly spelled?Conservative 02:31, 28 December 2012 (EST)
MattyD, I know someone who obtained a score of 50,026 on the Word Dynamo test who watches YouTube videos on various topics. :) Conservative 02:35, 28 December 2012 (EST)
Djw0071 Video Channel: Video 4 - "Hurricane Sandy. Devistation" Video 11 (I think): "Us Embassy attacked by Muslims? Egypt and Lybia." Ok?

Now excuse me if I can't come back for a while. It's family time. AlanE 02:53, 28 December 2012 (EST)

AlanE, no problem. You were probably just engaging in the style over substance logical fallacy anyways. Conservative 08:40, 28 December 2012 (EST)
Cons. are you saying that "Devistation" and "Lybia" are NOT misspellings? Or that they are but it doesn't matter? AlanE 14:36, 28 December 2012 (EST)


So an anonymous person who has uploaded less than 90 minutes' worth of video to YouTube is now a "video producer" and merits his or her own page on Conservapedia? Are you actually trying to make this site more of a laughingstock than it already is? BryanF 15:57, 28 December 2012 (EST)

Please see the discussion at User_talk:Aschlafly#Djw0071 which predated the creation of this article talk page. Thanks, Wschact 10:47, 29 December 2012 (EST)
I am sensing evolutionist fear. Is it because you know that evolution is pseudoscience? Conservative 13:33, 29 December 2012 (EST)
Yeah, a couple of amateurish, derivative YouTube videos are a real formidable challenge to "evolutionists". BryanF 14:07, 29 December 2012 (EST)

The ]] should be changed to a closing parenthesis. The page is still protected, so I can't make this correction. Thanks, Wschact 08:57, 10 January 2013 (EST)

It is Stephen Hawkins who is the atheist fool who posits a laughable notion

BryanF, this particular creationist is a lot more notable than the atheist fool Stephen Hawking who foolishly posited a universe (which has a beginning) that just popped itself into existence! See: Stephen Hawking - the fool. A magician at least pulls a rabbit out of hat. Hawking tries to pull a universe out of nothing! The universe needs a causal agent. Conservative 09:29, 16 March 2013 (EDT)
By the way, the same applies for Shockofgod who has a bigger article than Mr. H! :) No atheist has ever answered Shockofgod's question! The question is: What proof and evidence do you have that atheism is accurate and correct? Conservative 09:35, 16 March 2013 (EDT)
The use of the phrase "this particular creationists [sic]" is especially ironic in light of the following quote by "15 questions for evolutionists":
Since that time, our blog has received an avalanche of ignorant and foolish blog comments. For example, one atheist, who is obviously a product of inefficient and incompetent public schools, errantly accused a creationist of engaging in a type of logical fallacy. Unfortunately for this atheist, he misspelled the Latin term commonly used to label this logical fallacy. Of course, his incompetence would have been quite humorous if it wasn't so sad!
I will leave it to the reader to decide whether the statement "his incompetence would have been quite humorous if it wasn't so sad!" by "15 questions for evolutionists" is itself ironic. GregG 11:52, 16 March 2013 (EDT)
GregG, how are you and Kenneth Miller doing on those 15 questions for evolutionists. You keep saying you are too busy to really to examine the 15 questions sufficiently, but you seem to have time to post on this talk page and read the blog? Something is definitely amiss! Conservative 21:12, 16 March 2013 (EDT)
At this time, spending what I would estimate as hundreds of hours to research (my biology expertise is limited to two high school courses, one of them AP) and write what I consider a good response to the ill-posed 15 questions is simply not among my top priorities, especially given that I will be scheduling a major math examination two months from now, for which I have been studying since January. In the meantime, if you want to look at answers to the 15 questions that I would generally agree with, take a look at [1], [2] [3] and [4], and [5]. I will say that I have considered participating in or arranging a debate with SoG (to the extent he is willing to follow through). Finally, with regard to the last part of your statement, it is quite ironic coming from someone who allegedly offered to debate an atheist in exchange for a $20,000 donation and then backed out citing other commitments for the 90 day period afterwards, yet continued to be a major editor of Conservapedia during that time. (By the way, Stephen Hawking's name is misspelled in the section heading, FYI.) GregG 21:53, 16 March 2013 (EDT)