Scott Hardie | July 30, 2003
Scientists have confirmed that the Loch Ness Monster does not exist. Reminds me of that Onion article a few weeks ago about the party-pooper scientists ruining everyone's fun. Comments on this old legend?

Mike Eberhart | July 30, 2003
Scientists have nothing better to do, than spoil everone else's fun. If they can't believe it, they have to prove it doesn't exist to prove they are right. Just leave it alone, and let people have their fun. That's my thought.


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