Internet Sausage: Incongruent Results

by alphamonkey on March 24, 2008 · 4 comments

in Miscellany

This Modern World: Meet the pregnant husband. While I’m so down with the idea, I don’t envy having to explain things to the kid.

Unintentional Hilarity: Prominent atheist blogger PZ Myers is barred from attending a screening of the Creationist film ‘Expelled’, but his wife, daughter, and guest are allowed in. Any further info ruins the awesome.

Blockheads: The 10 Worst Atari 2600 Ports.

Firing up the Creep Factor: Get your family portrait done with Jesus.

McMansion Suburbs: The Next Slum?

Will alien archeologists be confused by our physiology? Photoshop Disasters likes to think so.

And just because:

Tom Jones – Black Betty

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  • Gorlog

    PZ Myers’ blog is wonderful… but perhaps I am biased because he is a prof at my alma mater. I suggest you keep on reading.

  • Adam

    The McMansion link is…wow
    And I have to say, for the PZ Myer’s link, there’s another side of the story, from what I’ve found. Myers wrote an article back in August where he said that he would stand up and cheer wildly during his part in the film when he went to the private screening, then basically go on a crusade against the film.
    (forgive my lack of HTML knowledge)
    Anyhow, regardless of views on the film and its intent, I understand why the producer wouldn’t want Myer’s disrupting a secret screening if he knew about it.

  • .alphamonkey.

    To be fair that post about ‘standing up and cheering’ was written soon after Meyers found out that Mark Mathis & Co. flat out deceived Meyers as to the intent of their film. I hardly think that statement meant Meyers was planning on disrupting the screening he was attending with his wife, daughter, and one of the world’s preeminent atheists.

    Furthermore Mathis himself admitted that he had Meyers ejected out of simple spite and nothing more.

  • Gorlog

    If you read Richard Dawkins blog about the experience you get a very interesting view of the event. I totally recommend the read.,2394,Lying-for-Jesus,Richard-Dawkins

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