Skepchick Quickies, 3.2


Jen is a writer and web designer/developer in Columbus, Ohio. She spends too much time on Twitter at @antiheroine.

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  1. The fossil, it’s a Crocoduck! Ot atleast a Crocobird. Can we now agree evolution is a fact?

  2. @fcmk lmao!!!

    as per the hidden religious agenda article, the flags he was offering didn’t seem very hidden to me. Perhaps, the article was meant for the slightly less skeptically active mind.

  3. I’m eager to see what will happen to that 170′ cross this hurricane season, and what “reasons” people will come up with when it topples.

  4. @Briarking: If that cross ever falls down it’s because God knocked it over to keep the Feds off his trail. God knows He’s looking at billions of back to back life sentences if He ever gets caught, so sometimes He muddies the trail by knocking over His own buildings. It keeps everyone guessing.

    ‘Dick-measuring, Christian Style’, I love it!

  5. I wonder if the Giganto-python fed off of the Giganto-duck?
    Thanks for the article on recognizing religious agendas. Sure it was simplistic, but sometimes we need to be reminded. The artical also has a link to Ben Stein’s “Expelled” crapfest, so that was good in getting my blood pressure up. Excercise thru ire!

  6. Oh… how horribly embarrassing for me. My folks not only live in Houston, but go to one of the churches that erected those crosses.
    I hope there’s plenty of booze when I get home tonight.

  7. Those crosses might look big, but they’re downright miniscule compared to the vast empty spaces we atheists have not filled with statues in testament to the utter non-existence of God! Neener, neener, neener!

  8. Cool Girls sounds cool! It’s something I know I would’ve loved to have joined as a kid. Here’s hoping something like that is around if and when I ever have my own hypothetical daughter…

  9. That mermaid tail just made my day so much better, you guys don’t even know. That’s downright heartwarming.

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