Kent Hovind wacked me again!


Hovind responded to my challenge, which was to leave me out of his rigged debates and just go read a good book, by making me the subject of his “wack-an-atheist” show and most obviously, not reading a single goddamned book. I should have expected that.

I’m beginning to suspect he’s a liar, a fraud, and a fool. Just beginning.

Comments

  1. says

    The book by Numbers is a good one. I think it may be time to read it again, just for the entertainment value. Although Kent Hovind may fancy himself a kind of leader in modern creationism because of the noise he makes in his many videos, there’s no need for his inclusion in The Creationists because all he does is recycle the refuted arguments of Morris, Gish, and the other actual pioneers of modern creationism. There is not a particle of originality in him—which makes it all the more redundant when his son and others quote him word-for-word in their own videos. Ad infinitum, ad nauseam.

  2. Akira MacKenzie says

    What did you expect?

    Rather than get some useless degree from an accredited Fundie Bible school, Kent opted for diploma mill that operated out of a double-wide.

    Meanwhile, his protege, Matty P, made a video where his response to a Stephen Hawking quote about the origins of the universe was (forgive the ableist slur) “That’s stupid! That’s retarded!”

    Not exactly the most intellectual bunch, not in capacity, rigor, nor honesty.

  3. Akira MacKenzie says

    What did you expect?

    Rather than get some useless degree from an accredited Fundie Bible school, Kent opted for diploma mill that operated out of a double-wide.

    Meanwhile, his protege, Matty P, made a video where his response to a Stephen Hawking quote about the origins of the universe was (forgive the ableist slur) “That’s stupid! That’s ret@rded!”

    Not exactly the most intellectual bunch, not in capacity, rigor, nor honesty.

  4. says

    “As hard as making a worm do the jitterbug”? You can actually do that. I was helping a friend test a power supply for an experimental resistivity meter for a geophysics project he was working on. This involved connecting the DC power supply to electrodes stuck in his garden bed. The test went well and as a side effect we noticed large numbers of earthworms writhing out of the ground to escape the current. See you can make them do the jitterbug. Maybe thats the solution for Kent. Just whack him with a cattle prod every time he whacks an atheist or challenges you to a debate.

  5. gijoel says

    He hasn’t read the bible, so why would you expect him to read anything else. Ha, I kid, I kid, we all knew he wasn’t going to read shit.

  6. ajbjasus says

    #7

    I quite like Sarah Derbyshire and Sarah Lancashire,and haven’t spotted any towns in Johnsonshire.

  7. Akira MacKenzie says

    I was reading the YouTube comments last night and it appears you got a Bible humper. Of course, the only thing he can respond is to regurgitate Hovind’s “I’ve never seen a duck give birth to a cat” strawman.

  8. davidc1 says

    @9 Well obviously I meant as a first name,I mean the man of steel,not Stalin,is named Clarke Kent.

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