Jakkal (jakkal) wrote,
Jakkal
jakkal

Congrats Kansas

You are now the laughing stock of the world.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/9967813/

And nicked from Shadowsmyst: http://www.atomfilms.com/landing/landingIndex.jsp?id=jesus_off&mature=accept

Edit: Felt the need to bitch a little.

You know if I were a student in Kansas, I'd start organizing walk-outs for science. I actually did organize a walk-out in my HS, but for a far less serious thing (The A/C units broke in a school that was designed specifically for A/C, IOW, two tiny windows in some rooms, no windows in others. This was during the end of the school year when days were getting to near 85-90F. We organized a walk-out, including teachers, to demand they fix the A/C units. They were waiting for July when they were going to be replaced anyway.)

But anyway, I wouldn't tolerate this, and I would risk my high school career for it. I'm sure colleges wouldn't care, "You failed science why? Well sir, after the monkeys in charge of the school system decided they didn't like being called monkeys, we decided to organize walk-outs in the name of scientific merit.".

I mean, people, they CHANGED THE DEFINTION OF "SCIENCE". Want to see their nice new religious reich definition? In addition, the board rewrote the definition of science, so that it is no longer limited to the search for natural explanations of phenomena.

"It is no longer limited to..." Sweet, this means I can take alchemy instead of chemistry right? Doesn't this mean I can make my own definitions and theories for how things work?!?!

Doesn't this mean that infact, the Flying Spaghetti Monster will FINALLY have his day in the mainstream!

Feh. Once again Ad Populam is proven to be the wrong way when trying to move the country forward.
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