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So your reaction to that religion would be, “I SLAM it?”
Whoever tells you they don’t, is lying to you.
I don’t know what kind of churches you’ve been in, but there are many, many educated people who reject the idea that everything magically created itself — in violation of every applicable law of science — over millions of years. The idea of creator-less creation (which is assumed to have taken billions of years in a desperate attempt to make it seem plausible) has been proven impossible far beyond any chance of being redeemed by future discoveries. That’s not an opinion I’ve formed or a conclusion I’ve reached; it’s simply a reality that I’ve become aware of. But people remain unaware of it because they accept whatever popular culture portrays, or because they’re not motivated to learn, or because they don’t want to go against the flow.
FIFY: A better time for rational contemplation. And then ignore the biased media and vote (however reluctantly) for the obnoxious, unlikeable & much-maligned incumbent President… because the Democrats are pushing policies that have demonstrably caused nothing but damage everywhere they’ve been tried.
“Severe Tire Damage,” right?
I have the Pete Best Band’s CD “Hayman’s Green.” The good news is that it’s better than a number of solo albums from any of the main four Beatles. The not-so-good news is that Pete himself apparently has very little to do with how good it is!
“Reality has a liberal bias” is one of those popular sayings that proves to have no substance when examined honestly. As for Mr. Nye: I’m personally hesitant to use loaded terms like “nutjob,” but he has definitely earned the title. “Science guy” definitely belongs in quotes when applied to him.
In my early teens I wanted to be a cartoonist when I grew up, and at the time I actually managed to get several cartoons published locally. The very first one used that exact gag: “Express Lane / One item or less.” (For the record, most of my cartoons weren’t much better than that… which is why I’m not a cartoonist now.)
Look between the first two panels.
What Moe reminds me of is people whose only guideline is what they like vs. what they don’t like; objective “right vs. wrong” doesn’t register with them. And our society is churning out more and more of them all the time. The people who are influencing them don’t want to be held to high moral standards themselves, and they certainly won’t teach the next generation to hold them.