The problem Fman is experiencing is a kind of a future shock thing. The gigantic time schemes we read about which have dinosaurs dying out 70,000,000 years ago were put there for the benefit of Chuck Darwin and his fellow travellers and mainly supported by circular logic and theories built on other theories. In past ages it was possible to simple bury evidence which turned up here and there and appeared to contradict the grand evoloser scheme; in the present internet age, it isn't.
F-man and a handful of others like him believe they can eliminate the problem via sheer meanness, i.e. if they work hard enough at vilifying everybody who ever says anything, the problem will go away.
The problem is, the problem is too big; it requries F-man to demonize too many people and he's going to end up looking stupid doing it.
He's calling me a liar for presumably putting words in Mary Schweitzer's mouth. I know perfectly well that Schweitzer has not been converted to a YEC. What I HAVE claimed is that these scientists HAVE found soft tissue inside a trex bone and that there is no way in hell that tissue is 65,000,000 years old. Bone isn't the MOST porous stuff in the world but it IS porous and for that stuff to have not been totally petrified in 65,000,000 years, it would have to have never rained in Montana or the Dakotas in all that time.
Likewise in F-man's strange little world, people like Carl Baugh and Don Patten are goobers and rednecks. Patten at least is a known quantity:
Likewise with the Amerind artist however long ago who drew the stegosaur image at Lake Superior:
Presumably that guy's whole body was red more or less (being an Amerind) and you assume his neck was...
Likewise with numerous other Amerind artists from antique times, i.e. all the Mishipashoo/stegosaur glyphs around rivers, lakes etc. etc. in North America (Lewis and Clark noted their Indian guides being in mortal terror of them). Most are more like ideograms than like the halfway representational image at Lake Superior, all show the dorsal spikes of the stegosaur. Amerind traditions describe the water panther/stegosaur as having a sawblade back and a "great spiked tail" which he used as a weapon.
Likewise with Vine DeLoria, the best known of all Amerind authors and author of several standard university texts on Indian affairs: Yet another redskin-redneck goober in F-man's little world.
Likewise the ancient artisans responsible for numerous other dinosaur images in North American petroglyphs, e.g.
Likewise the ancient Cambodian artisan who included the stegosaur image in the temple column at Angkor:
Red + yellow is orange... That would make that artisan from 900 AD or whatever an orange-neck goober to F-man.
Likewise with the ancient mesoamerican artists responsible for Ica stones:
Redneck in Russian would be "красношейник" or some such (for F-man's benefit)....