Sunday, January 28, 2007

I like to make fun of dumb people

Lookee here.

It happened early this month when he learned that one of his daughters would be watching "An Inconvenient Truth" in her seventh-grade science class.

"No, you will not teach or show that propagandist Al Gore video to my child, blaming our nation -- the greatest nation ever to exist on this planet -- for global warming," Hardiman wrote in an e-mail to the Federal Way School Board.

That's pretty bad. But then, no sooner than the next fucking paragraph:

The 43-year-old computer consultant is an evangelical Christian who said he believes that a warming planet is "one of the signs" of Jesus Christ's imminent return for Judgment Day.


It's kinda scary that idiots like this exist in modern America, but it's also quite entertaining when they are involved in decidedly minor situations like this (or, for example, when they try to prove God's existence by jumping into a lion habitat.)

Oh, and the school compromised. Which is kinda bad, because they are bending over backwards for Evangelicals, who are insane. Thank the lord I live in good ol' secular Canada...the most backwater part not completely frozen all year or surrounded by fish, but I takes what I can gets.

Edit: It helps that the guy's name is 'Frosty'. Seriously.

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