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Sit tight while Jill, Rebecca and I decide on a winner for our skeptical limericks contest.

In the mean time, we’re adding Expatria’s “Skepchick Picks” bracket to our March Psychic Challenge! So go pick your teams (and if you don’t know anything about basketball, that’s okay… use your psychic powers) and play some Skepchick Clue (and if you don’t know anything about forensics, that’s okay… use your psychic powers)!

And in honor of Penn appearing on Dancing with the Stars, I bring you….. MONKEY TUESDAY!

( Hot Lesbian Monkey Porn Video, possibly NSFW.)
[youtube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dLh02I8YXoI]

Rebecca Watson

Rebecca leads a team of skeptical female activists at Skepchick.org. She travels around the world delivering entertaining talks on science, atheism, feminism, and skepticism. There is currently an asteroid orbiting the sun with her name on it. You can follow her every fascinating move on Twitter or on Google+.

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15 Comments

  1. Thank you ever so much for bringing back Monkey Tuesday!!! I’ve so missed Penn Radio, and his video thingee is just not cutting it for me. Penn Radio was also one of two podcasts where I was able to broadcast my hypnotic voice to the masses (the other being SGU, which played a clip with me congratulating them on 100 episodes (I think?))

    Does that mean that, as long as Penn is on Dancing, we can also bring back the Pull of the Weasel on Friday? I’m sure the Skepchicks/dude have plenty of stories where the weasel’s siren song pulled them onwards…

    Also, thanks to linking to my NCAA bracket group. So far I’ve gotten ONE additional member (thanks Elyse) and would LOVE it if more of you signed up! So come on, let’s do this! :-D

  2. The music for Pull of the Weasel was fantabulous – way better than that for Monkey Tuesday.

    There is so little monkey news from skepticality these days too, is everyone high hatting the monkey?

  3. We’re up to three people in the group now…I encourage more of you to join up and psychomagically predict the winners of the tourney. Heck, a perfect bracket wins you $5 million…that’s better than passing the JREF Challenge!

    My preferred method was to concentrate deeply on the auras presented to me by the teams’ logos. Then, a quick consultation of the little pop up “matchup” thingee…followed by some crying…and finally, selections via automatic writing!

    Anyway, there’s still a little bit of time before Thursday morning (on the East Coast of the US). Join the group by then and make your picks!

  4. I’m always amused by these sports hysteria gambling crazes. I see plenty of it at work, where there is almost some kind of pool going on. Basketball, football, golf, baseball, you name it. For some reason I’ve always been averse to even token sports gambling. Although I do follow baseball, my favorite sports are Formula 1 racing and cycling, neither of which are likely to inspire *madness* in any month here in the states.

  5. I’ve currently got three brackets up in various places, and not a dollar spent on any of em. I think that while it CAN be fun to bet, it’s not a necessary part of it.

    It’s just amusing to do this and see who makes better predictions. Even the “experts”, no matter how much of the sport they’ve watched, are doing little more than making guesses.

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