Cabazon Dinosaurs: Video Proof

More like 180 proof, which is what these people must be drinking.

Anyway, it’s 2:00 AM, so I’ll cheat and just put up a couple of videos. Hopefully I’ll have more time tomorrow to write a longer post.

Both of these videos are by some sort of brain-damaged creationist group out of Florida. They’re somehow connected to Kent Hovind’s bankrupt dino park.

This first video is a commercial for the Cabazon Dinosaurs:

That was just the warm-up. Behold… uh… um… THIS!
(Warning: Not for the squeamish.)

Yes, our nation is well and truly doomed. (How did we win the Cold War, anyway? How did we outsmart the Soviet Union, if 50% of our population is like what you see above?)

25 Responses to “Cabazon Dinosaurs: Video Proof”

  1. Jeff Says:

    Here’s the part where I say something like, “That’s it. Anyone who claims these people are entitled to vote is living in denial”, to which ParrotLover replies, “It’s only a minority! Most Americans are smarter than this!”

    Except they aren’t. My God, I really don’t want to live in this country any longer.

  2. Jeff Says:

    He has over 3,000 subscribers on YouTube.

    He’s also walking across the country to tell people the “T.R.U.T.H.” about dinosaurs.

    These days, most people don’t have sufficient answers when it comes to the topic of dinosaurs and how they fit with Biblical history. This show puts an end to that problem once and for all. Find out where dinosaurs came from and when they lived. Find out what they ate and why they no longer roam the earth today…or do they?

    Watch the T.R.U.T.H. Group as they proceed to ‘take the dinosaurs back’ from the secular, evolutionary minded culture that we find ourselves living in today.

    I can’t stand it. I absolutely cannot fucking stand it any longer. I understand now why postal workers go crazy and kill people.

    This planet isn’t big enough for all of us. Either they go, or I do.

  3. Jeff Says:

    Here is his “dinosaur jokes” page.

    It’s as I keep telling you – their development is arrested at an early age. Your typical fundie has the sense of humor of a six year-old.

  4. sue blue Says:

    What I want to know is what heinous sin the dinosaurs committed that God didn’t allow two of them on the Ark. That, and why it makes so much more sense to believe in the fantastically speedy evolution of all the millions of species we have today from those on the Ark, than in the evolution of said species over billions of years.

  5. Lindsay Says:

    Speechless. *facepalm*

  6. OtherRob Says:

    My brain hurts…

  7. Doog Says:

    Grah! As if i didn’t hate that song enough they found a way to make it worse!

    It’s crap like this perpetuated by retards like them that further and further dampen my resolve to fulfill my goal. And that sucks, because it seems like it’s what the world needs and also it would be the ultimate middle finger to the bible thumpers.

    @Jeff: ugh, those dinosaur jokes are just abominable. They, dare i say it, make Epic Movie look like a masterpiece of comedy…

  8. Ron Britton Says:

    Jeff:

    I can’t stand it. I absolutely cannot fucking stand it any longer. I understand now why postal workers go crazy and kill people.

    This planet isn’t big enough for all of us. Either they go, or I do.

    Please don’t go all Tucson on us. They’ll read what you’ve written here over the years, and my good blog will be dragged through the mud on Fox News.

  9. Ron Britton Says:

    Jeff:

    To be fair (which they don’t deserve), I’m assuming those jokes are aimed at kids. That’s the whole reason fundies are so heavily vested in dinosaurs in the first place.

    Most of those jokes are variants on ones I used to crack up over when I was the physical age they’re mentally at now. I read every joke book in the library when I was seven.

  10. Ron Britton Says:

    Sue Blue:

    What I want to know is what heinous sin the dinosaurs committed that God didn’t allow two of them on the Ark.

    Murder. It was cold-blooded.

    How hard was that? That’s an obvious joke, but it’s way better than anything those fundies have on their dino joke page. Jeff is right.

    That, and why it makes so much more sense to believe in the fantastically speedy evolution of all the millions of species we have today from those on the Ark, than in the evolution of said species over billions of years.

    You’re giving them too much credit for thinking things all the way through. Hell, you’re giving them too much credit for thinking.

    OtherRob:

    My brain hurts…

    My ears hurt. Did you listen to that thing? I think my ears acted as a fuse for my brain. They sacrificed themselves to protect my sanity.

  11. nichevo Says:

    Regarding the Cold War comment right at the end…

    I read somewhere that one of the motivations to start teaching evolution around the 1950s was out of a fear that the Soviet-educated children would have more scientific savvy than their American counterparts. What a delicious irony! Obviously communism was considered the bigger bugbear as evolution began to be taught. Imagine the twisted thinking at work: “Evolution is false, yes sir a total lie, but we’d better start teaching it or those commies will out-science us.”

    I wish I could find more information on this. I tried Googling. It doesn’t help that any combinations of the words “commumism” and “evolution” bring up fundamentalist crazy-talk.

  12. Ron Britton Says:

    Nichevo:

    After the launch of Sputnik, there was a big push in this country to teach science. What we really needed were physicists (to make bombs) and rocket scientists (to deliver them), but they probably boosted science education across the board. It would be great to find the source of your information, though. I’m curious how much debate went into it at the time.

  13. Parrotlover77 Says:

    Here’s the part where I say something like, “That’s it. Anyone who claims these people are entitled to vote is living in denial”, to which ParrotLover replies, “It’s only a minority! Most Americans are smarter than this!”

    It pleases me that we both realize now that it’s not worth going through the motions anymore.

    Except they aren’t. My God, I really don’t want to live in this country any longer.

    Is there anything preventing you from moving? For me it’s work and family and some sort of patriotic duty I feel that I sometimes wish I didn’t.

    I can’t stand it. I absolutely cannot fucking stand it any longer. I understand now why postal workers go crazy and kill people.

    This planet isn’t big enough for all of us. Either they go, or I do.

    Okay, this is a bit creepy. So maybe you don’t have the glass-half-full outlook that I do, but your words now are getting uncomfortably excessive and, frankly, provide fuel for the other side even if you never act on them (which, praise FSM, I hope you never do).

  14. Jeff Says:

    Is there anything preventing you from moving?

    Yes, as I’ve mentioned here before. My young cousins, whom I think of as my children, and health issues. If it weren’t for those considerations, I’d be out of here like a shot.

    and, frankly, provide fuel for the other side

    They’ve never needed any excuses before.

  15. Cyc Says:

    Is it just me or does the guy on the first video sound like he has an accent that is a mixture of the stereotypes of American hick and Canadian…or am I just going insane from the stupidity?

    As for the second video…I…I don’t think there is anything I can say to properly describe the mental anguish I have just endured. Of course this means I had to inflict it on my love…I don’t expect her to talk to me for a while now…

  16. Parrotlover77 Says:

    Yes, as I’ve mentioned here before. My young cousins, whom I think of as my children, and health issues. If it weren’t for those considerations, I’d be out of here like a shot.

    Sorry to hear about that. Somehow I forgot about that. What would be your preferred destination?

  17. Jeff Says:

    Western Europe, where, despite their problems (and I’ve said this here before as well), they have an idea of how to run a democracy. Their religious lunatics are a minority, and they don’t make the mistake of letting them have any real power. Of course, the Muslim radicals have been making trouble there in recent years, but nothing is perfect.

    I don’t think I’d ever come back, even for a visit. America is finished, and it deserves to be. I’d just sit back with the French (the most condescending of the lot), and watch the spectacle.

  18. sue blue Says:

    I myself like Norway. Clean, friendly, largely atheist…rainy and dark half the year…just my style. Plus, universal health care, cousins and other relatives, and a language I sort of know from childhood. And did I mention the atheists? No fundies next door praisin’ Jaysus, revving up their pickups, oiling up their rifles, painting incoherent signs spouting hate, and muttering darkly about how liberals is stinkin’ up the neighborhood. Yes, it’s back to the Old Country for me when I decide this place is a lost cause.

  19. Parrotlover77 Says:

    I need to find a soshulist haven that has a tropical climate. I live in NC right now and it’s way too cold. I’m a Florida boy.

    When my parents pass away and I’m closer to leaving the work force, I’m going to give it some serious, serious thought.

    If I don’t ex-pat, can I still receive social security checks when I reach 67 (or 85, by the time I’m that age)?

  20. Coty Says:

    Perhaps Uruguay? They’re plenty tropical. They have the strongest economy in all of South America, as well as the highest quality of life index in all of Latin America. Plus, they’re not only a democracy, but a left-leaning democracy.

    Man, now I sound like someone trying to sell a condo there.

  21. Lindsay Says:

    I got lucky…I’d just pick up and move to the UK. Though I would have a hard time with minimal sunlight. Up where my husband is from the sun sets at 2:30 in January…I would start nodding off at 6:00!

    UK is allright, but I think they give too many concessions to the crazy Muslim minority. Which is strange as anything vaguely Christian is ridiculed until it dissapears. But it is nice that all my in-laws are self professed atheists!

    I just got back from Toronto, and I tell you if you don’t mind the cold it seems that the crazy fundie Christians are kept to a minimal there. Indeed you have fundie Mormons and Amish/Old Order Mennonites but they keep to themselves. At least from what I could tell there wasn’t much of an Evangelical movement there.

  22. Parrotlover77 Says:

    Maybe I’ll be lucky and by the time I’d have the resources to move out of country, the USA will be less insane than it is now and I will be able to stay. Indeed, all the old white guard will most likely be dead by then (Gingrich, Limbaugh, Boner, Beck). One can dream…

  23. IceCat Says:

    He’s been watching to many episodes of the Flintstones, from the looks of it.

  24. name Says:

    ha ha oh man! i wonder how much they paid that douche!

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