Thursday, May 22, 2008

ID is real because . . . it’s in a videogame

The IDiots at “ID The Future” are actually trying to argue for ID because it fits with the plotline of a videogame.


Good ol’ Casey Luskin, IDiot extraordinaire, interviews an artist for the Nintento DS videogame Spore, and concludes that “Spore’s game-play actually hinges on intelligent design theory, because success depends entirely on the ability of the player — i.e. intelligent agent — to fashion a creature ready to take on the growing challenges of its environment.”

So if it’s in a video game, it must be real. Great. Good to see they finally have some positive evidence for ID

Friday, May 16, 2008

Eek! A gay man is trying to sell me a Big Mac!

Donald Wildmon from the American Family Association is always good for a laugh. In his latest "Action Alert", Donald seems really concerned that a McDonald's corporate officer is, you know, one of them kinda people:
In addition, [McDonald's Vice President Jack] Daly told AFA that Richard Ellis, vice president of communications for McDonald’s, is a "gay man"
NO!! A "gay man" in an actual corporate job? What's the world coming to?

I know I'm not the first one to notice this, but it sure seems like a disproportionate number of these virulent fundy homophobes turn out to be closet cases themselves.

So Donald, anything you'd like to share with us?

Thursday, May 1, 2008

Edward Current says people's beliefs should be respected.

I find it really hard to argue with Edward's reasoning