Thursday, April 22, 2010

Hello, interwebs

For once, the month-long lapse between posts was not my fault. Phone company basically fucked us over and for the last 4 weeks, roughly, I've been without internet at home. Which, as you might have cleverly deduced, prevents me from blogginating, amongst a fuckton of other things.
It did give me time to do a lot of other stuff, though. Like playing through Golden Sun 1 & 2 and Phantasy Star 4, rereading most of the Fullmetal Alchemist manga, watching Dr. Horrible's Sing Along Blog a stupidly high number of times, and finally rewatching all of Firefly, plus Serenity. It's better the second time. Also, read too much Cthulhu mythos stuff and found my new god in Yog-Sothoth.

In other, more-like-the-usual-subjects-of-my-blog news, Kent Hovind recently published an interview with Ardipithecus. Yes. It's just as stupid as it sounds. Assuming you know who and what Kent Hovind and Ardipithecus are, cause if you don't it's going to sound more baffling than anything else. Anyway.

One of the best parts: someone who purports himself to be an an expert on evolutionary biology, indeed, more so than any actual evolutionary biologist, ridicules paleontology in general and considers it to be useless. Almost tops the fact that Kent motherfucking Hovind feels he can take the moral high ground. A lecture on how we're trying to use our beliefs as free moral licence is kinda empty when the lecturer is a convicted criminal due to the fact he thought his beliefs gave him permission to commit tax fraud.

Sorry about the rambling nature of this, I just needed to post something, get my thoughts in something vaguely resembling order and assorted etceteras.

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