Creationism in the Classroom

June 14th, 2010 | Tags: , , , , ,

They went full retard.

  1. Hal
    June 14th, 2010 at 14:30
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    “You ever notice how people who believe in Creationism look really unevolved?” -Bill Hicks

  2. SpoonmanWoS
    June 14th, 2010 at 17:59
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    Let’s not forget…these kids will be able to vote in a couple of years.

    • Neutral Views
      June 14th, 2010 at 18:55
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      haha nice one

    • Ben
      June 15th, 2010 at 08:07
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      Disturbingly, chances are they are already voting. This clip is from a 1996 BBC documentary –

      If you want to lose some sleep, watch it. Decade after decade of fucking cretins.

  3. Andre
    June 14th, 2010 at 20:36
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    If the chick in the red shirt had kept her mouth shut, or at the very least refrained from making any noise through it, I would totally hit that.

    How the hell did that teacher get his degree? Did he even get one? Yet again, we see another science teacher who doesn’t even know how evolution works, or what evolutionists claim, and puts words in their mouths and ideas in their brains. What the dick, man?!

    Seriously, chick in the red shirt. Would totally do her.

  4. Greenworld
    June 15th, 2010 at 00:47
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    Shut up, y’all. Jesus Rules. xD

    • Greenworld
      June 15th, 2010 at 00:49
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      Thank Jesus for creating this sexy (yet abysmally stupid) chick.


  5. whitey
    June 15th, 2010 at 00:58
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    First, yeah I’d totally hit that. Second, my “educated” and apparently douchey “elitist” perspective is making it increasingly difficult to distinguish between satire and sad reality. Making fun of creationists seems almost counterproductive, as the reality always seems inevitably dumber than the parody. When I view something like this I find myself trapped between the urges to laugh, cry, and scream. The result of this tension is a sort of apathetic stasis where I dispassionately observe the Human species circling the drain. And I then turn to my old reliable friend whiskey to make it all go away. Cheers!

  6. Derby
    June 15th, 2010 at 11:33

    I get a kick out of how EVERY argument seems to come back to “Can you prove it happened?” “Can you prove it didn’t?”. What’s wrong with these people? I am not an Atheist, nor would I call myself a Christian, I call myself (at best) a pointist. At some point, you have to accept that things happen. Either at some point, the building blocks of all life aligned and life began, or at some point a creator (God, FSM, what have you) just spoke/waved/thought and life began. If you embrace evolution, you choose to believe the science that says everything in the world was here before the big bang, and came together creating the perfect alignment for life to begin and evolve. If you embrace creationism, you accept on faith that someone made everything out of nothing. Either way, it is a choice what you believe. (I realize that choosing to believe something based on no proof is called superstition, but I’m trying to be neutral here.)

    • Ian
      June 15th, 2010 at 11:34

      That makes you agnostic. ;)

      • Greenworld
        June 15th, 2010 at 16:49

        Heh… I thought we are ALL agnostic? Agnosticism is anything but a belief; it is a question of logic. There is no such thing as a gnostic person; those that claim to “know” the truth are just pretentious.

        There is no physical proof for the existence nor the nonexistence of a deity, as the human mind is limited. Derby, you can say you’re not sure, but there really is no way to find out which side (whether a god exists or it doesn’t) is actually proven true, so all it matters is what YOU believe to be “truth”, meaning what makes the most sense to you.

        You can be a believer or a nonbeliever, but one thing about you will never change: the fact that you (just like everyone else) do not know the real truth. You can “make” up your mind, but that doesn’t mean it is necessarily proven to be fact. Sorry if I sounded hostile or anything, but yeah, it is possible to believe and yet still question logic. For example, I’m a proud Deist, though just because I *believe* in a Creator God, that doesn’t mean I *know* that he exists. I simply believe because it makes more logical sense to me.

        • derby
          June 15th, 2010 at 16:59

          Agnostic it is, then. And don’t worry, Greenworld, I didn’t take your response as hostile, I took it as rational discourse. =) ‘Sall good.

  7. Capt. Munch
    June 15th, 2010 at 17:25


    Actually it should be:
    “Thank Jesus for creating this sexy AND abysmally stupid chick.”

    • Neutral Views
      June 16th, 2010 at 03:00

      better is she hadn’t been “made” at all.

      no matter how sexy she is.