Mennonite Man Disproves Evolution by Carbon Dating “Welcome to Morden Sign”


It’s another day and another fossil for the residents of Morden, Manitoba, which has area farmer Corny Harder “really upset once” and extra-determined to disprove the “evolution from Abes.”

“Right away I drove my F-150 over to that mosasaur they’ve got on the highway there,” said Harder. “Well, oba, it didn’t take me long to figure out it was no more than 6,000 years old. I mean, just look at it, it’s made of plaster!”

Harder spent a full afternoon knacking zoat and running a series of tests on the sign.

“Na, junges, would you look at this. It says ‘Made in China’ right there at the base of the fossil,” said Harder. “Who do these Mordeners think they’re fooling with this fossil?”

Harder will be presenting his findings in the church lobby this Sunday after faspa.

“I don’t know why they don’t bring in the ax-perts when they are digging around for bones,” said Harder. “My knowledge could save them a lot of trouble and heartache that’s for sure.”

Skeptical Burger King Customer Seeks to Prove the Existence of 'Ketchup Nuggets'
Mennonite Man Drives 900 Kilometres to Save 5 Cents a Litre at Rosthern Gas Station