Best anti-Creationist argument ever

If they keep handing out tracts like this, I imagine Creationism will be dead in a matter of months.

There Go the Dinosaurs

Cracked my shit up!


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    • Jay Elias on September 26, 2007 at 08:31

    …to Jesse Walker of Reason’s Hit & Run.

    • Turkana on September 26, 2007 at 09:35

    that the people who read that type of stuff are capable of reason…

    • wu ming on September 26, 2007 at 10:06

    was proof enough that no god existed. very poorly designed.

  1. (air, give me air!)

    • fatdave on September 26, 2007 at 15:31

    yet another Kangaroo loose in the top paddock. If’n you follow my drift.

  2. Why do I have a tailbone?

    The tract was, at once, funny and frightening. I grew up with this stuff, and I’m still oversoming the affects. There are people who accept this tuff as, well, gospel. Sure gives you an excuse to do a lot of inexcusable stuff in this life, if you think it improves your standing in the afterlife.

    Thanks for posting, Jay.

    • pico on September 26, 2007 at 19:04

    that were handed to me on a visit to St. Louis.  I don’t remember where we were (I think they were standing outside a nightclub, or something like that), but I couldn’t get rid of such a comedy goldmine.

    In fact, here’s the one I have.  Sometimes when I’m in a bad mood, I read it – it never fails to cheer me up.  My favorite panel is the one that begins, “Jill, you have an unseen enemy.”

    Hi-larious!  That and grandma doing battle with the Ron Jeremy look-alike.

  3. …were the long eyelashes on the femme dinosaur.

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