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Skepchick Quickies 12.19

On December 19th, 1843, Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol went on sale. Bah humbug!

Mary

Mary Brock works as an Immunology scientist by day and takes care of a pink-loving princess child by night. She likes cloudy days, crafting, cooking, and Fall weather in New England.

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  1. Mary,

    By the way, I didn’t notice that thing about terry Jones until just now. I’m really glad they didn’t listen to his bigoted stupidity.

  2. The story from the Onion about the final victory of the women’s rights movement (by finally putting a man in charge of it) is actually 5 years old, which explains why feminism is now an historical irrelevancy.

    [For the sarcasm-challenged, that was an example.]

    [[Or was it actually a new story with a fake dateline, showing that I am also sarcasm-challenged?]]

  3. That’s a great series of Quickies, Mary. Some laughs, some interest and some very uplifting stories.

    Wish I had been in Times Square for that – awesome stuff!

  4. So have they actually come up with a theory of Intelligent Design, or are they just criticizing evolution?

    People are trying to get intelligent design into textbooks, but nobody seems to have written it yet. I am unemployed. Clearly there’s no kind of requirements to be a scientist in the field. I could do that.

    I’m going to come up with a bunch of testable hypotheses for this fledgling science. Hey, where do you buy those lab coats?

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