|Oscar Wildcat |
God this sounds boring. Forget Ken Ham. Send Bill to MIT to debate the String Theorists. Or, send the String Theorists to Ken Ham and they can bond over how many angels can dance on the edge of a brane.
Is his the Creation Museum near San Diego, or is that a different thing? I've been to that one and it's pretty spectacular.
Sexy Duck Cop
I like this. The next time Deepak Chopra tries to prove the existence of God with something something quantum physics, an actual quantum physicist needs to stuff his penis in his mouth.
Yes, those pronouns are ambiguous. Such is the poetry of life.
Wait, those pronou-- oh. Oh, yeah!
I'm pretty sure Deepak Chopra could abuse quantum physics to prove that it's actually possible for a quantum physicist to insert his (the physicists) penis in his own mouth. Super-position of wangs and all that.
|Sexy Duck Cop |
As much as I love the title, if Ken Hamm was Sauron, he'd be a glitchy, Skyrim/Garry's Mom version that gets stuck on walls before inexplicably spinning in place like a pinwheel. Nye would ride up to the Black Gates Community Rec Center Auitorium for the debate, and Sauron would just spin and spin and spin before slowly sailing off into the distance.
The battle would later be ruled a draw.
All the ticket sales go to the Creation Museum itself. Nye is only feeding the beast.
I think it fair to say: They will crucify Bill. And charge admission at that. Kudos to Ken Ham for one upping the Romans.
what a complete waste of time
I kind of agree that this is a waste of time. You can't rationally argue with someone who thinks irrationally. The scientifically literate and progressives need to stop compromising with cave men. The cave men never budge and policies end up being shoved to the right just to cater for them in the name of "compromise".
America is proof that in the land of the blind, the one eyed man is held down and his last eye gouged out with fire. The scientifically literate and rational are outnumbered 70,000,000 to 1 by outright lunatics.
It's not just a waste of time. It plays into the narrative creationists have been pushing for years that there is some sort of debate about this topic. There is no such debate, at least among scientists. By merely having a scientist debate them, this is a victory for the creationists.
I wanted to go, but it sold out fast.
The title comes from this being held at the Creation Museum in Kentucky. I've been to this creation museum, it's pure madness, but with a petting zoo. They believe dinosaurs were dragons literally put down by Saint George. Kentucky Christians are armed, violent, and batshit insane. This is the bring your guns to church state reported in Time (right down the road from me). I'm not entirely comfortable with Bill being here, for his own safety.
I suspect the audience will be in the form of a choir. Many are called, but few chosen, as they say. But I'm sure there will be a massive tailgate party to crash. Bring a camera and post your results here. Stars are standing by...
That will depend on if I can find someone to ride halon fire extinguisher, in case I need to make a fast getaway. Knowing my friends, they've already pissed themselves in fear at the tingling in the Force they just felt as I typed this and are already whining loudly in a fetal position as if I were there and had already asked.
I'm not bitter, just adventurous in a vacuum.
I suggest Camo-fla-gee. Somewhere in there, deep inside you, is a little redneck rebel waiting to get out. Keep in mind Whitmans sage advice: "I am large, I contain multitudes".
I am not wearing a Creed tee shirt, no matter how rebellious it is. I did find someone keen on tagging along, but only if we agree to be argumentative and insulting.
|Rodents of Unusual Size |
5 stars because Bill Nye.
|Sanest Man Alive |
Guys, it's obviously a distraction from the real plan: Christopher Hitchens, who faked his death, has already infiltrated Mordor and is throwing all of Ken Ham's copies of the KJV bible into an incinerator.
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