This Easter, Sky Sail Balloons Inc. will be renting out this hot air balloon:
For Darwin Day, Richard Dawkins answered questions about evolution for his viewers. The first one: “Is homosexuality nature’s population control?” (Spoiler: No.)
It’s almost impossible to spend an hour traversing the Internet without coming across a hoax, a half-truth, or a bit of satire that others (never we, of course!) think is real. If you’re anything like me, you’ve spend hundreds of hours checking out and refuting such fare (Dutch boy, dike, you get the picture).
What if the bullshit sank to the bottom, floating way down the Google page ranking to a spot where we could still find it if if we wanted to, but where few would likely just chance upon it?
His death sparked various memes worldwide including a group of Canadians who began “spocking” their five dollar bills. “Spocking” [means] drawing over the official image of former Canadian Prime Minister Wilfrid Laurier. The Laurier image is being defaced with Spock’s signature bowl hairstyle, pointed Vulcan ears, and upslanted eyebrows.
Last December, the Chicago chapter of the Freedom From Religion Foundation put up 11 billboards throughout the city featuring local atheists (including myself). Three more billboards, featuring groups of people, went up in January.
And now there are seven more billboards showcasing proud local atheists: