Tuesday, February 10, 2009


The headline "Mythic birthplace of Zeus possibly found" struck me as bizarre.

Kind of like "Forge for Thor's hammer located," or maybe "Paul Bunyan's seamstress reveals secrets."


Sean said...

Missionary Lizards!!!!

Or, as a Palin supporter linked in a comment on Huffpo during the election, as proof that what Palin said about humans and dinosaurs living together was true:

"At last! An information-packed dinosaur book based on the authority of the Bible! Ken Ham, in his own distinct and understandable teaching style, explains how to understand the big picture of earth’s history … from a biblical perspective. He then applies this biblical foundation to the intriguing topic of dinosaurs! The Bible actually makes the subject of dinosaurs come “alive” as their great mystery is solved! You’ll also learn how to effectively use dinosaurs as “Missionary Lizards.”

I miss her...

Sean said...

Or this, from Our Lady of Perpetual Hypochondria:

Sound bites are destroying our ability to hear, converse or think, but we can’t get enough of them. Unfortunately, yer girl ain’t made for camera lenses. Aside from the fact that I am unable to “smile for the camera” without looking terrified, I’m also dead chubby and I understand the camera adds 10 or 70 lbs. And of course, the Lord’s overgenerous endowment in my chestal area makes any notion of camera work unthinkable, particularly in HD where the girls might terrify some*.

There's nothing more to say.

Small Town Doc said...

So, what you are saying is that Jesus DIDN'T ride a dinosaur?

Heretic. Oh--Happy Darwin Day, my godless friend!

And why you so hard on The Anchoress? Who is she, anyways? Got any gossipy links?