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From: Glen
Sent on: Saturday, February 16, 2013 2:57 PM
When listing die-hard "man track" promoters (those still claiming that human footprints occur alongside dinosaur tracks in Texas, even tho even most creationists no longer do), I accidentally listed Don Patton twice. I meant to write "Don Patton, Carl Baugh, and Ian Juby", which is why I used the acronym P,B & J. Well, that and because many of their claims are as nutty as a peanut butter & jelly sandwich.  By the way, Baugh is the self-proclaimed minister and multi-degreed "paleo-anthropologis­t" who actually has no legitimate credentials, and who runs the little "Creation Evidence Museum" near the track sites in Glen Rose, TX -- once the hot bed of YEC "man track" claims. 

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