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Earlier today #insectsongs started trending on twitter. I don’t know how it got started–but it produced some hilarious results! Here are some of my favorites–I’m sure I missed some good ones.
I had forgotten I was a “CHILD OF SATIN!”
This, I’m sure, explains a great deal for some of you.
I am trying to remember how I got this–I think it was under my windshield when my car was vandalized (silly me–I had a Darwin Fish on it.)
Anyway, I have all these amazing bluebook essays and comments from my teaching evaluations where students discuss creationism and evolution. I would love to share them, to give people a flavor of the sorts of things I run into when teaching evolution. These are old enough that they probably can’t be identified to any individual (and the evaluations are anonymous anyway.)
Should I scan and post them?
Seasonal–sort of–news about some ghouls. Wiki says the word originates from monsters dwelling in grave yards. There is just nothing more ghoulish than Westboro Baptist Church, and they may finally be put to rest:
“Baltimore, Maryland (AP) — A grieving father won a nearly $11 million verdict Wednesday against a fundamentalist Kansas church that pickets military funerals in the belief that the war in Iraq is a punishment for the nation’s tolerance of homosexuality….U.S. District Judge Richard Bennett noted the size of the award for compensating damages “far exceeds the net worth of the defendants,” according to financial statements filed with the court.”
Huzzah! I’ll refer you to the Anti-Defamation League for details of the despicable actions of the Church.