Content note: implied bestiality
By creationist Harry Trunckles
Evolution is a LIE LIE LIE! Yelling that may make my position seem weak, but if you just knew how much of a lie evolution is you'd be yelling it too.
For those of you fortunate enough not to know about it, Evolution is the myth proposed by Charles Darwin in 1750 to justify his desire for sex with monkeys. According to the sacred texts of Darwinism, man evolved from dolphins. No, no, wait...let me correct that. Evolution says that man and woman evolved from dolphins of both sexes or was it just one sex? Look, whatever dolphin sex it is, I would just like to say the theory is wrong.
Can I be expected to believe that out of nowhere two rocks came together and made my Ford truck? No! But that's just the stuff evolutionists want you to believe. They want you to believe that two eyes just plopped into your cat's eyeless disembodied head, which then attached to your cat's headless body.
Look I'm not trying to attack a strawman when it comes to evolution, but evolutionists think the Earth is 40 trillion-years-old. Basically they believe it is more old than the Universe itself (6,500-years-old)! But how could that be?
Biologists all agreed one hundred years ago that life couldn't come from non-life. But now they changed their mind! I think where most secular scientists go wrong is when they watch too many zombie movies. Hollywood has infiltrated their minds with the idea that once dead things can emerge alive and well. You wouldn't think that combining your vacuum cleaner, some toothpaste, and olive oil would produce something living. But I'm sure Hollywood could make you believe it if you just watched enough movies based on that concept.
Let me just give you a picture of how absurd the evolution theory is. 40 trillion years ago the world came into being (which doesn't make any sense because the Universe hadn't been created yet!) when two rocks smacked into each other at 20 miles per hour. Look, this doesn't explain where the rocks came from, who made the rocks, or how the scientists even knew what speed they were traveling at. And don't you need a Universe for those rocks to be floating around in? Anyway, it gets worse. Eyeless cat heads and headless cat bodies are for no apparent reason just flopping around. But a spark of lightning just comes together and brings these random body parts into one full being: a cat. Now this cat evolves into most of the species around our planet. Where did the dolphins come from? Well...where else? Dolphin parts that weren’t previously mentioned. The next thing the scientists say is that humans evolved from dolphins. But here's a flaw: why didn't the humans just evolve from human parts like every other animal? This theory just has way too many holes!
Look I'm not proposing any new theory for the diversity and origin of life. But according to this Bible I bought from the Raëlian Church, the explanation has something to do breasts, aliens, and the breasts of aliens.
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I see all this talk about growing racial tension and I have to wonder why people keep even seeing race as a thing. When was the last time you even saw someone of a different race? I never have, and I looked all over the suburban cul de sac where I live, the golf course, and the list of the top-earning CEOs and couldn't find anyone of a different race.
There might be some more races out there. But the point is that we don't refer to these races. That would be labeling these people. Labeling is unacceptable! I don't like being labeled as a liberal. I happen to believe in social justice, gay rights, higher taxes, and tut tutting liberals who are too loud about wanting the things I say I want. That doesn't mean you can just sum me up as "liberal." I bring this up to my friends who have traits leading toward small government policies, indiscriminate war, and homophobia and they seem perplexed. They just say to call them "conservative." I wouldn't dream of labeling them like that! I'm not some kind of labelist asshole. If we reject such divisive labels when we can all band together to oppose the Republicans.
I don't want to be labelist though, so maybe I shouldn't call people who are prone to labeling other people "labelists." I wanted to find a group of like minded anti-label activists, but it was difficult. I went to a lot of groups that didn't do a good job of describing themselves and I seem to have found a lot of support...I think. If I were more certain that these were groups opposed to labels, they probably wouldn't be very anti-labelist.
Anyway, these groups are...well, I can't describe them very well, but I sure do approve. If I called them fantastic, they'd feel forced to fill some sort of cultural role as fantastic people. I wouldn't do that to them. But either way, our movement is growing stronger and more nondescript.
I have to wonder if opposing labels is enough though. I mean, I obviously oppose adjectives, book titles, and species names, but what about proper names? Those are certainly labels. Actually, what about this whole language thing? Isn't it kind of a scam? Why should I let someone force me into grammar and syntax?
Focusing on ridiculous identity politics is definitely why Hilla--that person in the pantsuits lost. So I propose that in order to move past these we have to stop even mentally processing differences that lead to labels. If we want to truly to look past racial divisions, we have to literally not see color. Philosophers call this effect “qualia” but you don’t need to be constrained by calling it anything like that. It’s just this brain thing where colors aren’t real, ok.
Content note: bullying, slutshaming, assault, death
Summer is nearly over, and with a new school year looming, we here at Carl Sagan's Dance Party wanted to provide some useful tips for those returning to the halls of academia.
-If you are a kindergartener going to your first day of school, keep in mind that if any of the other kids make fun of you, it’s because you’ve made a critical social faux pas and this will go into your permanent record. Are you writing this down, kindergartners?
-When starting middle school for the first time, be proactive. Do not wait for the bullies to come beat you up. Just scope out the scene and look for any potential bullies and begin fighting them as soon as possible. Do not even let them introduce themselves to you. That's just a typical bully trick. If bullies protest that they are pacifist and only want to be your friend, fight back even harder. If the aforementioned bully dies from the wrath of your 12-year-old onslaught of hellish fury, hire a psychic to come to the playground and destroy the remnants of the bully's soul, preventing any kind of possession-revenge.
-If you’re a middle-schooler and you are coming back to school and seeing all the girls that you’ve grown up with throughout the years, it is very important that you only notice their new boobies. Make sure you mention this. The more frequently you bring it up, the better.
Girls, if you're a middle-schooler and you've just got boobs, take note of your new cup size. If they are too big, you are a slut.
-If you happen to be an atheist/agnostic and you want to know how to properly start off a good year when your class is saying the pledge, don't avoid saying the pledge. That would just create social awkwardness. Instead just laugh when everyone says under god. Laughter will break right through that social awkwardness, believe you me.
-Getting in the habit of studying is important. Distractions are always an issue. Make sure that you end any possible friendships that might distract way from otherwise good studying. Tell your best friend to get a life when he/she wants to hang out with you. Tell any of your friendly cousins to bugger off. Disown any of your family members who want to participate in any fun activities. Crying yourself to sleep every night is a clear indication that a good study habit is developing. If you get this far congratulations!
-Some people lose interest in school because they do not believe that the knowledge learned in school will ever be applicable to real life. These people will be quite surprised when the difference between life and death will be knowing when Train A will arrive in Denver at 250 miles an hour if Train B and C both left New York at 4:00 P.M. at speeds of 200 MPH and 300 MPH respectively. These people will not ever know when Earl will arrive with the 20 apples.
-Always address your Ph.D. professors as "(Insert full name here) Ph.D." Also address anyone without a Ph.D. as a “wannabe Ph.D.” Make sure you give them their own unique serial numbers after the title "Ph.D. wannabe" regardless of whether they're faculty, staff, or students. It doesn't matter if a student responds, "the name is Claire." Just respond, "Okay, wannabe Ph.D.591469960." This will help you adapt more quickly in the academic world as you only have to deal with two groups of people in your own mind.
And if you don't care about doing well in school, you can always get a job making puns for nickels on Twitter.
Here are all the highlights from this election cycle's DNC in chronological order.
-Martin O'Malley reportedly asking all the other primary competitors if they feel "all this sexual tension right now"
-Not sure what the Bernie or Bust crowd is planning but they have a moving truck full of raw shrimp they're trying to sneak in.
-Big misstep by Tim Kaine. It's not so much that he called Bernie Sanders a "sex rodent" but that he wouldn't say it to his face.
-Clinton is directing questions about cursed relics to the glowing raven that follows her and speaks in a forgotten tongue.
-Michelle Obama's speech overly defensive in her assertions that nothing happened between her and Chuck Todd in the Rose Garden.
-Bernie Sanders is booed off the stage for suggesting that "America has no way of finding Captain Kidd's buried treasure"
-In a surprise move Al Gore endorsed Hillary Clinton and also said he's in love with me. I had no idea. I like him as a friend.
-Corey Booker forced to tone down his rhetoric after a staffer was injured by one of the many thrown panties lobbed at him.
-Elizabeth Warren shows her political skill by challenging the BernieBros to fisticuffs. Her bloodyknuckled speech is received in silence.
-Despite desperate pleas from party officials Sanders insists on playing every Pete Seeger song he knows on his acoustic guitar.
-Looks like the party is deadset on Clinton and we won't get the nominee we deserve (a cocker spaniel dressed like a cowboy)
-Former vice presidential hopeful Sherrod Brown subtly trying to find out if Clinton is interested in "one of those trendy 'open presidencies'"
-Party officials now threatening to revoke my press pass if I don't stop urinating on enemy delegates. So much for free speech!
-Clinton goes on a walk to relax. Accidentally starts stump speech when she sees a raccoon "I too am a misunderstood beast"
-Ol' Uncle Mondale telling that story about how he just barely lost to Reagan. "I almost had 'em."
-Potential trouble for Clinton. President Obama is refusing to give his speech unless she pays up on their last bar bet.
-Time for the Excitement Express, aw yeah let's get on the motherfuckin' Kaine Train can't stop won't stop.
-Very orderly compared to the RNC. The GOP let people be eaten by the Snake God, but the Democrats put caution tape around it.
-Chelsea Clinton's speech clearly an ad for a vaping corporation. "Vote for my mom too, I guess" she said from inside her cloud.
-BernieBro demands no onions on his hamburger. He is given one without onions and immediately throws it on the ground "NO ONIONS!"
-This whole night has been about progressive values and rising above bigotry. But not one word in defense of traditional Ghostbusters.
-Big faux pas tonight as Clinton accidentally takes the stage in the robes of the Illuminati instead of her signature pantsuit.
-Several people paid to express opinions on serious topics opine about whether or not a woman looked "human enough"
I also did this nonsense for the Republican National Convention, but no one could see what I wrote from the smoke of that garbage fire.
We could all use a break after a week like that. Here's some of Twitter's finest bringing you the jokes.
This was originally posted a few years back on our old website. Hope you enjoy jokes about extremely niche indie video games.
With its entrancing art style and immersive gameplay, it has single-handedly revitalized the overdone and cliched genre of badger simulators. Here are some interesting facts that you may not know about Shelter.
-As some loud political activists have been saying for decades, video games influence people. The evidence is clear. Since the launch of Shelter, the number of people who have lost their children to eagle attacks have dropped dramatically.
-The only other game in the genre to get quite so much instantaneous fan support was of course Bethesda’s 2007 cicada sim Do Nothing But Eat Roots for 13 Years.
-PETA protested the game because the mother badger must kill foxes in order to feed her young. To placate them, Might and Delight published a mod which made all of the prey animals into people, which worked out since PETA doesn’t care about those.
-If you complete the game without losing any cubs, that night your game will be deleted and in its place will be one live badger, hand delivered by agents of Might And Delight. Care for it well, as we know you can. This method of using video games to determine competency for real jobs has a rich tradition from The Last Starfighter, Polybius, and the United States Senate.
-If you play Shelter long enough, you may find that certain changes in your routine will occur. Do not be alarmed if you find yourself digging holes or braving the stings of an angered swarm of bees to pilfer the sweet honey inside. Deep down inside this is who you are. The uneasy sensation you feel as you wander naked through the woods defending your territory is only the natural precursor to growing a thick coat of fur. Embrace the change. The longer you live your life as a badger, the more humans will leave your life making more room for the badger within. This is right.
Speaking of things from years ago, here's a link to our first book, Unbelievable History, which you are permitted to buy with legal tender if you feel so inclined.
Content note: Drugs, cultural appropriation, decay, corpses, animal abuse, animal death
I had a rough time the first few weeks I was here. There was some confusion about it being outside of my jurisdiction since this park is in the Canadian region of America. Being an expert on nature, I knew this to be a threat to my supremacy as the alpha and I met the challenge by bashing my head into those who questioned me.
As a predator first and a Park Ranger second, I often find myself wanting to help out the other predators in our national parks. I'm often giving the wolves and grizzlies steroids in order to strengthen them for when they encounter potential prey. If I find that bald eagles are having poorer eyesight than average, I will help foot the bill for their lasik eye surgery. Of course, I am not totally altruistic since I steal most of this money for these procedures from my supervisor when she’s on her lunch break. I find that predators are basically the best animals that nature could produce, so why can't a human being intervene and help them every once and while. Our unjust God never seems to do so.
I do the opposite to prey. Usually I'll give sedatives to the black tailed deer, mountain goats, dall sheep, and salmon. Of course, I give sedatives to the sea otters just for the fun of it since I like to displace them from their natural locations and see the confused looks on their faces. It's really funny when you put a sea otter on the peak of a mountain.
When I first time I saw a moose, I asked the park superintendent what happened to its stripes. He said I was probably thinking of zebras and I asked if I could get the moose with stripes if I paid extra. He explained that the moose weren't upgradable and only came with their current set of features. He told me I could see Zebras at the zoo in Vancouver if I really wanted to. Pssh! Those are just cheap horses with some stripes painted on. I saw a unicorn once and that kind of makes every horse you see after that seem amazingly mundane. Unless you can install horns and majesty, what’s the point? Same thing with these moose.
You just can’t get any upgrades on these animals. Mother Nature's customer service really stinks. I thought about taking the superintendent’s advice and getting the hell out of his park and checking out the zoo. Sadly unlike the National Parks, you can’t just kill every animal you see.
Another week, another collection of jokes from that site that's actually a front for a large-scale behavioral research study.