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Marion - Disappeareded Blog- Taps Over, Time for the After Party!

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February 3, 2010 at 6:15 a.m. ( )

Anna Undercover: Downside of Stripping

Enjoy the exercise, the desire of men you would never desire back, and the $800 a night.

Don't expect respect.

February 3, 2010 at 5:41 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Marion - Disappeareded Blog- Taps Over, Time for the After Party!

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February 3, 2010 at 5:30 a.m. ( )

In the world of online comments, there are plenty of opinions, but few names

Can I just was funny hearing people I've never heard cuss before start swearing like Tourette syndrome suffers when they saw Marion's face on the cover in full color. I think Marion is wrong to believe that using his name gives his comments credibility. The main problem with this idea is that...well...everyone knows who he is.

July 23, 2009 at 11:11 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

What was your greatest academic achievement?

Multidiciplinary, yr lack of academic integrity made me throw up in my mouth a little bit.

February 26, 2006 at 4:41 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Do you think it should be illegal to have alcohol sent to your house?

Devil's advocate here: Why should the Fex Ex guy, or UPS, or such folk, have to be put in the position of policing liquor at all? Answer: They won't. Fake ID's are a bad problem in this town anyway (& state)...but guaranteed it will be easier to use one if this law goes through.

On the other hand, isn't it illegal for states to regulate interstate commerce? Perhaps am wrong...

January 22, 2006 at 5:13 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Creationist plans run for education board

That's a beautiful X-fish specimen Detrich found. Amazing. ID proponent or not, he deserves several million. I know it will probably fund his campaign (campaign of evil), but the value of a find like that can't be denied.

Um, and how exactly does he find fossils that are hundreds of millions years old and then say the universe is a mere 6,000 years old? Or does he say that? I thought ID believers also don't believe in geological time...I could be wrong...

By the way, IDers are NOT the least educated among us. Sadly, many of them are getting degrees in molecular biology and geology at KU. I know this to be true, and it's scaring the $hit out of me. This is not over--it won't be, until these freaks are designing the science curriculums. Yes, they are freaks. Yes, they will use their qualifications to design curricula. Their 'evidence' that ID is scientific? The gap in the fossil record. This is a crazy way to 'prove' something. They ignore most of the real evidence for evolution, either saying that it doesn't exist or not mentioning it at all.

December 9, 2005 at 2:56 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Mirecki resigns leadership position

Umm, no one ever called all Christians fundamentalist Christians. Why would we? Those who are fundamentalist, are. Think the universe is 6,300 years old? If this is your belief, you= fundie. Did people ride on dinosaurs and did Noah's Flood occur? Is Noah's Ark on top of Mount Ararat? If you think so, you= fundie.

Teaching religion as science would be a fundamentalist idea. Having faith in naturalistic axioms or laws until they are proven otherwise, in order to solve real-world problems is not teaching science as religion, as some might say. That's science. However, ID is teaching religion as science. Which is horrible, because ID is clearly not science.

In the modern world, the interpenetration of some disciplines by others is not a good idea. If you hate modernity, then you must want to go back to the dark ages! If that is the case, you're probably a fundamentalist. Modern science requires a separation of different disciplines--if you don't like that, move to Iran or maybe Cambodia--somewhere where they think the state religion thing is awesome.

We would all be lost without science as we would all be lost without God. Who ever said God doesn't belong in this whole thing--just in a different context! All fundies are free to think about how God might have caused evolution to happen, but it might be a frusturating matter. Thinking about this is not rational--it's requiring faith. In my state University science course, you fundies need to stay the fukk out of the curriculum. I won't go calling religion science, either. So this is all quite fair.

December 8, 2005 at 5:32 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Mirecki resigns from KU department post

Okay, seriously, have any of you ever taken a class with Mirecki? I have, and while I don't agree with the controversy his comment has provoked, let me tell you that I was as shocked as anyone--because in class, he is not biased. He is as fair and balanced as any professor at KU I've ever had. The idea that a personal correspondance, which was made public without his permission or intent, is being used to ruin this fine teacher's career, is very bothersome to me. Before you attempt to assassinate his character, why don't you meet the man? Take a class with him. Then you can rant and rail to your bloody little hearts' content.

December 7, 2005 at 7:40 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Mirecki resigns from KU department post

This was the fault of Buddhist monks, George Bush, the Mongols, Christina Aguilera, and the Boston Philharmonic.

December 7, 2005 at 7:31 p.m. ( | suggest removal )