Wednesday, August 31, 2005

On the fourth day he scattered giant bones across the earth to confound the non-believers

NumbersIf you give up on science, math is next.

"In all, 64 percent said they were open to the idea of teaching creationism in addition to evolution, while 38 percent favored replacing evolution with creationism."

A million hundred were undecided.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

My faith in humankind is a little shaken at the moment. At present, I believe that man did evolve from apes, but probably shouldn't have. I went to the doctor today only to see them deny coverage to a sick child because his mother couldn't pay the $15 deductible. The British NHS would have saved me $15. I then went to Hy-Vee only to hear a woman in line complaining about the kids playing violin in front of the store for college money. She thought they should go get jobs. She also complained about that the price of gas and those people in Louisiana were going to keep people from giving to charity. I bet it has been a while since she gave to charity. I waited outside the store so she could see me throw some money in the violin case. Sometimes I would rather live with apes.

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