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Jim Wynne says
Thanks for the link, PZ.
Might be fun to visit her blog and ask pertinent evolution questions.
She’s praying the Republicans win this election.
If they don’t does that mean God prefers Democrats?
PZ Myers says
No, it means her prayers are unworthy, and she needs to climb a pillar in Egypt and stare at the sun for days on end.
Kansas Anarchist says
I regret sharing a state with her.
Wait a minute.
I thought those cuckoobirds were all fired up on keeping obscene and sacrilegious material away from kids.
No matter. My God can beat up their God.
Theirs sat around all week saying “Let there be…” until HE-of-the-Mighty-Penis (in all seriousness, I saw a video clip last week of a well-known real live TV preacher saying that God is represented by all things that are shaped like a penis – you can’t make stuff like this up!) got bored outta HIS Mighty Manly Masculine Well-Hung (do you blame all those women in Greek mythology for getting it on with various gods?) Gourd and had to go take a Mental Health Day.
Mine is an expert on chaos theory. (Wotthebleep, He/She/They/It invented it.) He/She/They/It sets up the initial conditions, watches how things develop, and says, “Wow, that is so Me-damned cool!”
Just two brass farthings’ worth from someone who’s  punchy from having had less than 4 hours’ sleep last night and  doing a little dance of perverse glee after having just put another nail in Santorum’s coffin. A little(?!) irreverent snarkiness now and then is good for the soul………
Rey Fox says
I’m rather surprised you gave free publicity to the blog with the Something Awful photoshopped animals as some “snap!” to evolution. When I saw “0 comments” on almost every post on that page, I figured it would be better if everyone just ignored that page and let it rot.
I’m even more surprised at what constitutes “reasonable” to some people.
Of course she has to approve the comments on her blog.
Don’t expect to much in terms of dissent to her ideas.
Yeah, it takes a while for comments to show up. I had an exchange with her over the Dikika find and got frustrated at how long it took for comments and replies to show up.
PZ! You’ve noticed me!! Gosh…I almost feel honored in some strange twisted way. But, I knew you had a thing for me those few time we butted heads at KCFS.
All the best, luv, and when you decide to change you God-hating ways, I’ll be waiting with open arms to help you through it.
Hugs and kisses, darlin’…
Sure seems like a lot of huggin and kissin darlin (wonder if the keybord is missing the ‘g’?)…could it be that Ted Haggart has moved to Kansas?
FTK, one can’t hate something that does not exist. People around here just get very irked at the people who believe that what does not exist, does, and then go off making decisions that affect others based off of their delusions. Quite simple.
What would be really interesting is of you could answer some of those questions posed way back when…or are you still discussing them with your husband?
I have to say I loved the review of Dawkins at the University of Kansas, one of the funniest piece of writing I’ve read for ages – especially the last line.
Want to bet she asks her PRIEST for advice on evolution instead of someone who actually knows what he’s talking about?
Bronze Dog says
Launch ZIG! For great justice!
of course, all of the evangelicals who claim atheists “hate” god (a complete nonsequitor, since by definition, it would be like someone hating purple unicorns), are really just dispacing onto their god the obvious hatred we DO have of THEM.
yet another in a long line of classic psychological defense mechanisms constructed by these folks.
also common to fundiebots: denial, and especially proejection.
these people, singlehandedly, are resurrecting a lot of Freud’s hypotheses.
er, projection, not proejection
Wow. talk about delusion. She gets pointed at and laughed at and she think she’s a sexual object. What’s more unappealing than that? She probably thinks she’s an awesome dancer too.
Doc Bill says
Help, everybody! PZ’s been slimed! Call Ghostbusters!
Buffalo Gal says
For a man to stand there and state all the awful things that people do in the name of religion, and then turn around and commit the same acts that he is supposedly against . . .
So Dawkins was burning people at the stake, declaring jihad, passing oppressive laws, waging war . . . ?
Thanks that type of news always brightens my day. On a more postive note. She might be fun to play with but I wouldn’t wnat her to have my children.
Thanks, that type of news always brightens my day. On a more postive note. She might be fun to play with but I wouldn’t wnat her to have my children.
Pierce R. Butler says
There are more than one intellectual child abusers out there: consider, say, “The Watchmaker” at http://www.kids4truth.com/watchmaker/watch.html .
I kind of figure that creationists are not brave enough to examine their own religious beliefs, so in order to attempt to preserve their beliefs, they attack anything which may conflict with their religious dogma.
Anyone who wants a “free creationist troll” is welcome at my blog. “Anonymous – daniel” has been posting there for a while, and seems quite immune to logic and reason.
So wander on over anyone who wants the entertainment or the aggravation.
Actually, the defense mechanisms are one of the few bits of Freud’s work that haven’t been invalidated. As high-level descriptions of human cognitive strategies, they’re spot-on.
“I kind of figure that creationists are not brave enough to examine their own religious beliefs, so in order to attempt to preserve their beliefs, they attack anything which may conflict with their religious dogma.”
Dude, you are way off about me. If you’d take just a wee bit of time reading through my blog entries, you’d find that I have spend years examining my faith, other religious beliefs and many aspects of science.
My question to you would be — do YOU examine anything that conflicts with YOUR beliefs.
Hope you visit my blog again. I actually LIKE talking with atheists because I find you all quite interesting.
It should be obvious by now that most regular readers of this site find religious people interesting.
Oh, and don’t worry that an interest in atheists will turn you into an atheist. Reading about atheists did not make an atheist out of me – it was my strong interest in religion that made me an atheist.
“Oh, and don’t worry that an interest in atheists will turn you into an atheist.”
I’ve never had that concern. I follow the evidence wherever it leads. In fact, the more I read books and link written by atheists, the stronger my Christian faith becomes. Kinda weird. I certainly hope that you have considered the evidence for various religious beliefs.
That would mean you’d have to read the Bible and religious apologetic books written by those who hold the views you oppose, rather than reading book by those who agree with your viewpoint who are merely giving opinions of something they may not have a good understanding of.
Visit me….seriously. I love discussing this stuff.