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Sunday, December 18, 2005

VARIOUS & SUNDAY 

In order to further cloud the Evolution vs. Intelligent Design debate, I give you these two shining examples of what can go very , very wrong.

Be sure to check out the photo gallery on the right. The Grand Poobah for the Bank of L. Ron Hubbard is at least 6 inches shorter than Tom Terrific which makes him 5'0'' at best.

Both are rich beyond compare, both are below average in height and at least one of them is as dumb as a fence post because he keeps giving the other one millions in the belief his 'e-meter' reading is clean as a whistle.

Evolution or Intelligent Design? In this instance, both theories fail the sniff test.
I'm making the case for the Devolution of Un-Intelligently Designed Midgets.


Here's another grand example of why Intelligent Design doesn't cut it. A greater intelligence couldn't of masterminded this guy. The natural syllogism wouldn't hold.

On the other hand, evolution tells us that any number of outside influences can have a effect on the development of a species. In this case, birthright and money; two environmental conditions not found on the Galapagos Islands.

When the Justice Department pointed a loaded "anti-trust" gun at Bill Gates head in late 1990's, no one predicted that Microsoft would successfully concoct a PR strategy turning the vicious little punk into a reluctant Joe Philanthropist.

Before Assistant Attorney General Joel Klein started hammering Microsoft, the only Gates doing the charity cha cha was Daddy. The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation was created in 2000, when Microsoft was in court and on the front pages defending itself on monopoly charges.

The end result of the government action is that Gates has been forced to cough up precious dough in order to fashion an image of noble corporate citizen. Good news for those who have benefitted, but don't be deceived - the motives are hardly altruistic.


Deconstruction deconstructionist superb, Roger Shattuck passed last week. If you want a good read on literature and morality, ''Forbidden Knowledge: From Prometheus to Pornography" is first rate.

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