"The last I heard, it is not considered Politically Correct
to agree with Darwin. I think it is more like, oh, intelligent."
- Roger Ebert
historically been very even-handed about
the way it approaches controversial
subjects, but ever since George Fucking
Bush infiltrated it with his crooked
Tomlinson) hardly a day
passes that the fingernails
of the Religious Right can't be heard
ripping across the speaker.
Lately Charles Darwin has been the one
taking the football in the groinal crosshairs.
day passes that some new pious crackpot
doesn't appear on All Things Considered divinating
some bizarre new theory that will now
and forevermore prove evolution
wrong. Not one
of these Christian cretins offer anything
hard, scientific data and yet they somehow
are allowed to babble on midlessly for
three minutes about how
a funny hat and lives in our brains,
conducting our lives by giving our hypothalamus
a swift kick every now and again.
Well I, too, have a theory which says that anyone who
honestly believes in the existence of imaginary friends living
in the clouds has fertilizer for brains.
I, of course, have no more scientific proof of this
have that the entire universe was constructed
in seven days but I'll be releasing a book on the
with charts and graphs and pictures of
Ralph Reed picking fleas off Pat Roberson's keister. I'm
sure all the national talk shows can't wait to get their
as erudite as I on the subject of fecal-based nervous
I'm most looking forward to debating ID-er's as for once
they'll have to deal with someone who deals entirely in personal
faith, rather than solid facts, and they'll learn real quick
an annoying pain-in-the-ass that can be.