This is simply the real shit, no doubt about it, and I mean that quite literally. Jammie Nicholas is the chap who has apparently come up with the idea of manufacturing Perfume using his own shit, and so to inspire you full of confidence here is a photo of him. Ah yes indeed, every inch … Read more The Real Shit
OK, lets start with the bad news first. Apparently Oklahoma has elected a nutter, and the first step taken by this new legislator is that he has announced his intention to introduce creationism into Oklahoma schools … (insert stunned silence here) … Sigh! … I guess it was going to happen at some point, given … Read more Another Truly delicious dissection of a nutter by PZ
Just to illustrate how crazy and totally insane some belief systems can be, we have the case of Hocine Hocini and Salem Fellak who were arrested last august. The hideous crime they are accused of is simply eating lunch on the building site where they worked in Kabylie, northern Algeria … and thats it, nothing … Read more Islam – Arrests and puts of trial two men for eating lunch!!!
Today I’m going to return back once more to Poe’s law. Only a few days ago I was blogging about “Internet Laws” and there introduced you to it. However, since then I’ve been exploring it a bit more and so I think I’ll share some of my discoveries with you. As a quick reminder, it … Read more Snippits of utter insanity
Its the time of year known as the “Summer silly Season”, and as a prime example we have Channel 4’s 4ThoughtTV. Yes indeed, the bad pun should be a clue that the rest will not be all that well thought out. They appear to have dipped into the shallow end of the gene pool. Last … Read more Its summer, the crazies are out of hibernation at the moment
In 2008, PZ Myers, an associate professor of biology at the University of Minnesota’s Morris campus stirred up a considerable degree of controversy with the following post on his famous Pharyngula blog Can anyone out there score me some consecrated communion wafers? There’s no way I can personally get them — my local churches have … Read more Crackergate revisited