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The poster for The Social Network is just ripe for parody…
I love this Darwin version
(Thanks to Bryan for the link!)
Darwin is now my current screen saver.
I really needed these posters today. Thanks! It seems that lately anyone I speak to about our CFI events coming up I get a cranky face from them. Even so much so that the person I am speaking to won’t even consider what the event is about. This next session is on Paranormal Investigation with Benjamin Radford. Where is the nastiness in that? I think it’s just pure fun!
How about “You can’t leave a religion of peace, love, and forgiveness without making a few enemies.”
You Don’t Make A Believable PARODY Without Using FUTURA As Your Font
I definitely thought it the picture would be put up! I’m glad you like it!
Meh. I like the concept, but the wording seems awkward.
I agree that the wording is somewhat awkward, but more than anything for me, it was difficult to read, since he has a long white beard that happens to match the text. Other than that, kick ass.
Or, “You can’t invalidate biblical literalism without making a few enemies.”
Should be: You don’t get new knowledge without pissing off many ignoramuses.
Darwin killed god.
And he knew it.
You can’t enact world domination without making a few enemies.
What? Darkmatter’s YouTube video in one of the previous stories shows they know all about our plans, anyway! 😛
I like sailor’s caption better but love it!
And I agree with Kamaka.
Greg, ssh, they’re supposed to be thinking that was a joke.
You don’t get to evolve without a few million years.
Normally I really like the content of this site, but this is no better than the shitty logo rip-off tee-shirts that the evangelicals make. Don’t let us get lopped into that group.
When you try to convince people that over 220 million years, mutations filtered by natural selection will evolve a shrew (the supposed first mammal) into a human, some folks will recognize that as religious belief, not science.
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