Never mind, found the thread. Yup, it's him.
I particularly like how he said he cited "scientific resources" when so far as I can tell what he cited was Webster's dictionary and an online dictionary. I remember back in J school we had to cite at least two sources for our stories but I never knew both of them could be dictionaries. And all that effort I wasted.
So that creationist "science" test has made its way to Ron Paul Forums and I've discovered that there are more Statlers on that site than I would care to admit. Please don't go read that thread because it makes people like me look stupid.
I basically said that if you keep teaching pseudoscience to kids, you eventually end up with this (more statlerism).
But when the trumpets blew again and the knights charged, the name they cried was, "Stannis! Stannis! Stannis!"
That's my favorite facebook shaming pic. Reading it never gets old.
Not every human is a manipulative, opportunistic, letch... or at least that's what I'm told.
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After the Burial: A Wolf Amongst Ravens
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/05/12/ny...pagewanted=allThe Brooklyn district attorney’s office has ordered a review of some 50 murder cases assigned to an acclaimed homicide detective, an acknowledgment of mounting questions about the officer’s tactics and the legitimacy of the convictions.
The office’s Conviction Integrity Unit will reopen every murder case that resulted in a guilty verdict after being investigated by Detective Louis Scarcella, a flashy officer who handled some of Brooklyn’s most notorious crimes during the crack epidemic of the 1980s and 1990s.
The development comes after The New York Times examined a dozen cases involving Mr. Scarcella and found disturbing patterns, including the detective’s reliance on the same eyewitness, a crack-addicted prostitute, for multiple murder prosecutions and his delivery of confessions from suspects who later said they had told him nothing. At the same time, defense lawyers, inmates and prisoner advocacy organizations have contacted the district attorney’s office to share their own suspicions about Mr. Scarcella.
I wonder how many of these ended up as Law and Order episodes.