If I Had Kids…


I was browsing bbspot today (as I often do to learn the latest international news), I ran into a link that might be of use to many. You see, it seems that there’s a group of people out there wanting to teach evolution in the schools. Yes, I know — shocking. Something that we must set aright. Fortunately, there are some helpful stickers that some school boards are putting into their books. Unable to quickly find those stickers so that I can put them into my copies of “Origin of Species” and “Evolution: The Remarkable History of a Scientific Theory,” I decided instead to grab for an alternate set of stickers. If you’ll excuse me, I need to go to the local school library and start pasting in order to save our children.

Sometimes people frighten me.


Comments (6)

  1. AndrewSeven says:

    The creationist are encouraging people to have an open mind…

    Thats evolution!!

  2. Uwe Keim says:

    Funny. Are you Americans really so afraid of the rest of the world that you still do believe in this god-thing???

  3. Can’t speak for the rest of us Americans, but I haven’t believed in God in a long time.

  4. Yaron Goland says:

    Must….not…make….obvious….Microsoft…joke…

  5. Hello Yaron!

    You need to read http://www.thehumorarchives.com/humor/0000002.html.

    Bill Clinton, Bill Gates and Al Gore perish in an airplane crash, and arrive in heaven to find God on his throne. When God asks Gore what he believes in, Gore answers,"well, I believe that the internal combustion engine is the root of all evil, and that we need to save the world from CFCs and that if any more freon is used, the whole Earth will become a greenhouse and we’ll all die." God says, "OK, come and sit at my left".

    Then God asks Clinton what he believes in. "Well", says Clinton, "I believe in power to the people. I think people should be able to make their own choices about things and that no one should be able to tell someone else what to do". God nods and says ,"come and sit at my right".

    Then He asks, "Bill Gates, what do you believe?" "I believe," says Gates, "you’re in My chair".