Saturday Night Free Fire Zone

Our intelligently designed news sweeps haven’t turned up anything about The Controversy between evolution and creationism, and the usual creationist websites are boring. Therefore we hereby declare another Intellectual Free-Fire Zone. But first, some off-topic news:

The best we could find is a story that’s already in at least 100 newspapers, and now it’s crossed the Atlantic. This headline is in The Telegraph of London: Woman smashes into police car ‘while taking topless selfie’. One excerpt should be sufficient:

A university student in the US smashed into the back of a police car while she was taking a topless selfie, officials said. Miranda Kay Rader, 19, posted a $2,000 (£1,600) bond after she was charged with drunken driving and possessing alcohol as a minor.

We aren’t told whether or not she’s a creationist, but based on what we do know about her, our guess is … oh yeah!

Hey, wait — this Exclusive just appeared at WorldNetDaily: Noah’s Ark hosts premiere of ‘Atheist Delusion’. You don’t need any excerpts. Oh, all right, but just a little one:

The film claims to be able to destroy atheism with “just one question,” and received a rapturous reception from the crowd assembled in the most extraordinary location possible.

That’s all we’ve got, so once again, we have to entertain ourselves. As with all our free-fire zones, we’re open for the discussion of pretty much anything — science, politics, economics, whatever — as long as it’s tasteful and interesting. Banter, babble, bicker, bluster, blubber, blather, blab, blurt, burble, boast — say what you will. But avoid flame-wars and beware of the profanity filters.

We now throw open the comments to you, dear reader. Have at it.

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8 responses to “Saturday Night Free Fire Zone

  1. What, you missed Kent Hovind’s big reveal last night!

    Kent and his legal dream team leader Brady Byrum announced the release of “Kent Hovind Innocence DVD”, for only $50 for the series which includes a secret scheme to write letters to someone who will be able to have Kent’s 2006 convictions overturned and get Kent a check for damages of up to $30,000,000.00.



  2. The Atheist Delusion received a “rapturous reception?” Does that mean that the audience disappeared suddenly and without trace?

  3. Yes, Robert Baty, somehow I missed that one.

  4. Well, Curmudgeon, I figure it will make a little money for Kent and Brady and further advance Kent’s promised life-long ministry to promote his false legal narrative.

    However, there is no reason to think there is anything in that video series that will affect Kent’s 2006 convictions.

  5. What’s the one question that can destroy atheism? Have you ever seen any evidence of a sky fairy? Oh, wait…

  6. I just discovered the existence of Darwin’s IntelligentDesign™ Prescription Meals for Dogs. Their “Contact” tab reveals: “We are headquartered near Seattle, Washington.”

  7. …but our Curmudgeon missed a key article on the Darwin’s Natural Pet Food Site, viz., Coprophagia: Will A Raw Diet Cure My Dog’s Poop Eating Habit?

  8. I disagree with the info at that link, Megalonyx. I suspect that Intelligent Design™ is the cause, not the cure.