You know about WorldNetDaily (WND), the flamingly creationist journalistic organ that believes in and enthusiastically promotes every conspiracy theory that ever existed. WND is an absolutely execrable, moronic, and incurably crazed publication, an instrument of idiocy, a wretched rag, a deep pool of theocratic throw-up, a sinkhole of stupid, a fountain of feculence, and most importantly, an early winner of your Curmudgeon’s Buffoon Award.
But the item that is certain to appeal to you, dear reader, is their Don’t tell Darwin….Science has evolved Magnetic Bumper Sticker. Here are some excerpts from their product description, with bold added by us:
Tired of keeping quiet? Well express yourself with a little bit of humor using this bumper sticker.
Yes, don’t hold back. Go ahead and slap one of these on your car. Show the world how clever you are. Here’s more:
Make a bold statement this year — and every year. This magnetic, permanent yet removable bumper sticker measures 15 by 3-3/4 inches. It’s perfect not only for your car, but for your refrigerator, file cabinet – any magnetic surface where you would like to make a statement.
Go for it, dear reader. Buy a bunch. Put ’em on your car, nail ’em to your wall, display one on your desk, stick one to the headboard of your bed, greet visitors appropriately by attaching one to your front door. Put them everywhere!
You gotta admit it — you just can’t find this stuff on your own. Where would you be without your Curmudgeon?
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