...which would explain all those pre-Columbian carvings and paintings featuring dinosaurs with carts.
If I am ever blessed with the high and holy calling of gospel doctrine teacher, I can use this little celestial nugget of speculation to dazzle and defy the understanding of my stunned pupils. Come to think of it, I'll bet the Loch Ness monster is a type of aquatic curelom that was cursed when it tried to help the lamanites win naval battles. Yeah, that's it! That's the ticket!
Send NDBF Gary to Dinotopia.
I'll bet the Loch Ness monster is a type of aquatic curelom that was cursed when it tried to help the lamanites win naval battles.I retract all of the unkind things I have ever said and thought about you. You are officially an honorary member of SnarkerNacle Industries Ltd. But don't let it go to your head.
Jack "Marlboro Man" MormonYour theory sounds like it came from some priest of the modern science religion. Oh woops, they don't call themselves priests do they?