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Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by Soul Crusher, Mar 6, 2018.
I don't understand the bitterness and anger at all.
Too blurry, scratchy and non existent for my liking. /sarcasm
Well they've been caught so they aren't that interesting to sherdoggers. Now if you record a video of the waves those things are making that'll get their attention.
Oh you're so pathetic you're even going to start copying my insults? Seriously, you are one pathetic idiot who doesn't understand how science works. You and @mcveteran81 deserve each other.
Adriaen Coenen's Visboek, 1580
Cape Ann 1639
Maned sea serpent from Bishop Erik Pontoppidan's 1755 work Natural History of Norway
You seem to be exhibiting that type of behavior when someone gets owned in an argument but pretends to not care so they don't look like such a bitch.
lol jgarner going to stroke out in this thread as usual.
Lol I enjoy how you ignore me whenever I bring up the fact that you believe in ancient aliens.
You and @BearGrounds are both retarded. You were made for each other.
Do you really lack the self awareness to see that Im not "stroking out", I'm just making fun of retards? Like you're a grown ass man who believes in ancient aliens. And he's a grown ass man who doesn't understand how basic science works. It's hilariously pathetic.
And it's even more funny watching the typical idiots who like your comments.
Lol you're such low hanging fruit.
An ichthyocentaur (parts human, horse and fish) plays a viol on a map of Scandinavia from the 1573 edition of Ortelius’s Theatrum orbis terrarum. The sea surrounding Scandinavia showed sailing ships and this traditionally peaceful ichthyocentaur, perhaps suggesting safe passage. Reprinted with permission by the British Library and the University of Chicago Press.
Jonah is cast overboard to a sea monster in an image from the earliest known atlas, the Theatrum orbis terrarum, by Flemish cartographer Abraham Ortelius, first published in 1570. (Reprinted with permission by the British Library and the University of Chicago Press
Two whales attack a ship as sailors try to scare them away by tossing barrels and playing a trumpet on Olaus Magnus’s 1539 Carta Marina. Reprinted with permission by the British Library and the University of Chicago Press.
A siren admires herself in a mirror—a sign of her vanity—amongst ships in the Southern Ocean on Pierre Descelier’s map from 1550. Other monsters can be seen on the surrounding land. Reprinted with permission by the British Library and the University of Chicago Press.
lol you're just mad because nobody likes you. Now go cry on your physical science book that you read 2.5 chapters of one time you silly tit.
Thinks he knows more about ocean exploration than the scientists over at the NOAA (a government scientific agency literally dedicated to studying the ocean). Calls other people retards.
You think he's going to write them a letter informing them that they don't know how science works, their claims are bullshit, and how he knows better than them despite their 5.6 billion annual budget and educations?
Methinks not. Lol.
Seriously, you need to calm down.
Plenty of people like me, just not conspiracy nuts like you guys.
People in science are wrong all the time when they make baseless claims. And my point of further proven by the fact that you can't produce the peer reviewed study they used to come to that conclusion.
If you think I'm not calm, you're wrong. I'm not bothered at all. I find it hilarious how retarded these guys are.
Well, in that case, then you better get to penning that letter to set them straight. Oh, and don't forget to let them know that they're all retards over there at the NOAA, who know nothing about ocean exploration compared to sherdog poster jclownshoes.
Annnnd stillllllll my source > you.