Tuesday, November 08, 2005


Guess where I won't be retiring?

"TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) -- Risking the kind of nationwide ridicule it faced six years ago, the Kansas Board of Education approved new public-school science standards Tuesday that cast doubt on the theory of evolution."
Kansas School Board Casts Doubts on Evolution

The only thing I remember about Kansas was driving through that hellhole when I was a kid with the window down in the car and had a tick fly in and nab me in the back. Thought that sucked, just like I think the idiocy above does. You Go Republicans! (I feel sorry for the moderates of the Republican party - maybe they will get sick enough of this crap and will spin off a 3rd party?) What is it with all this evangelizing? Get a life - I think God would be happier with you if you lived life instead of worshipping him all day long.

4 comments:

Rosemarie said...

It's not as bad as when Indiana officially rules that pi is now equal to 3 :P

National geographic ran an article awhile ago about Darwin "Was he wrong?" Kinda thing... But I think the conclusion was that he was basically right, so... boo to Kansas. I trust the national geo (usually. Except that time they accidently published a tusk prop and claimed it was authentic.)

Sorry for rambling :)

Rosemarie said...

*officially rulED

past tense. Sorry :P

ATHiker95 said...

Horrifying thought that Indiana is mixed up in this as well. I grew up there - oh, well - scratch another off the list of retirement spots. Glad National Geo of all mags came to their senses. :)

Jack's Raging Mommy said...

You seem sypathetic to my current situation, and I swear this is not comment trolling, but could you stop by and provide your opinion?