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Sunday, April 30, 2006

Evolution v. A Banana

If you haven't seen the now-famous video of Kirk Cameron and some other idiot trying to justify Creationism with a banana, now is your chance.

The gist of it?


It has a point at the top for ease of entry, and is just the right shape for the human mouth.


O-kayyyyy.

This one is too easy right? No matter what I say will be unoriginal, right? Whether I mention the numerous species of cows that fit in your hand, the numerous other cylindrical items that fit nicely into one's mouth, or the various other areas, some of which Christians consider unholy, that a banana might fit nicely into, I can't possibly add anything to the conversation, right?

2 Comments:

  • As many people have already pointed out, the bananas you can buy at the supermarket were domesticated by farmers for human consumption. Now that's what I call intelligent design.

    By Blogger dhodge, at 6:22 PM  

  • Actually the first variety of bananas (that supposedly tasted better) were wiped out by some fungus, so now we use the next best one. I guess that must have been as a penance for those people who used them in "unholy" ways.

    By Blogger Scott H, at 1:17 PM  

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