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  1. tie says:

    reality is so mean.

  2. jONES. says:

    Y’know there’s a point here about the difference between “Ignorance” and “Willful Ignorance”…

    The first can’t be helped… The second refuses to be helped…

  3. There are those who follow the maxim that a mind expanded with a new idea never contracts to its original size, and there are those who are like doors that only open outwards – the more you push the faster they remain shut.

    The latter are a living testimony to the falseness of evolution as it applies to them, but keep on banging, I say!

  4. It’s a bit rich Mo telling Jesus he shouldn’t flounce. At least if his followers understand him properly, Mo must be a considerable flouncer himself! No images, no naming teddy bears after him, no disrespect, no insults, no this, no that – one flounce after another.

    Well maybe that’s what he meant – you shouldn’t flounce because that’s my schtick.

  5. Trev says:

    It isn’t just religion. I’ve seen people threatened with violence over politics, sports and the equivalent of a “yo mama” joke. I guess the guy REALLY loved his mama. Perhaps I would get MY way more often if I acted like a big baby.

    Another brilliant comic that made me laugh and reflect. Wish I could buy the author a round.

  6. JohnnieCanuck says:

    Looks like reality is raining on their little parade. Nice touch.

    If only these people could get it through their heads that they are entitled to their own beliefs, but not their own facts.

    Curious how these two seem to get along despite some substantial differences in ‘their beliefs’.

  7. Jed says:

    Hilarious as always.

  8. Tim says:

    I bookmarked your site the first time I visted and have enjoyed it ever since. A small nit to pick: Evolution is not something to “believe” or to “believe in” as though it were a matter of faith. Rather it is to be accepted on the strength of evidence. [/nitpick].

    Thanks for fighting the good fight!

  9. Merlin says:

    Just a question. If you tried to call a teddy bear Jesus in the US Bible Belt, or N Ireland, what would happen?

  10. ms morbo says:

    JohnnieCanuck Says:
    Curious how these two seem to get along despite some substantial differences in ‘their beliefs’.

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    they’re like superman and batman in that way, kind of.

  11. stardancer69 says:

    Just discovered this site. ABSOLUTELY BLOODY BRILLIANT!!! Let’s hope no radical Muslims discover who you are, they are more than a little touchy about cartoons about Mohammed. But I think you are an absolute ***STAR***

  12. JayBee says:

    Have you people watched the documentary done about Dover’s Trial in the US?
    Recommended!

  13. jONES. says:

    just a word to the nitpicker, the biblethumpers say they don’t “believe” in evoloution because it conflicts with genesis… if your entire religion is based on faith in something involving only stories and parabels without fact, what makes you think actual facts would dissuade them?

    It’s like trying to talk a 3 year old out of believing in the tooth fairy. “if mommy says she’s real and i still get a quarter for my tooth, then she’s gotta be real” becomes “If the church says genesis is real and the bible agrees, then it’s gotta be real”

    Religion is the refuge of thousands of years of 3 year olds who never grew up.

  14. Brian says:

    1 – “Just a question. If you tried to call a teddy bear Jesus in the US Bible Belt, or N Ireland, what would happen?”
    Nothing. As long as it wasn’t in total disrespect. If you can put the American flag on the shorts of the ass of a 300 pound woman, you can call a teddy bear jesus.

    2 – I agree completely. You can correct ignorance, but you can’t fix stupid.

  15. Brian says:

    Oh, and as a reply to **********STAR**********, read the first comic. It’s not really a depiction of Mo, but a body double. It’s totally defensible.

  16. JohnnieCanuck says:

    Oh, totally defensible. Yeah, right. Unless the idiots in question are determined to take offense at any little thing that catches their eye.

  17. jONES. says:

    I take offense to that! It’s highly… umm… err… offensive. Yep. …and because I’m so highly offended I’m not even going to deign to explain to a lower lifeform such as yourself why i’m so highly offended. But it’s all your fault. What do you have to say for yourself, you heretic?

  18. dd says:

    Just happened on this site. Absolutely brilliant. how about starting a mohammed-cartoons.com website… just to keep the muslims boiling in their inborn stupidity and hatred…

  19. Hayleycomet says:

    Good God/Mohammed dd, what were you thinking posting that! have just reponded to the thread that ended Jan 10th! By God/Mohammed it was a different dd I saw there!

  20. Hayleycomet says:

    Says my comment was awaiting moderation? But I was just trying to be politically sensitive….?

  21. ToddAwful says:

    Science is a view on reality, not reality itself. Check the evolution dogma at the door.

  22. Paper Hand says:

    Science is our most reliable view of reality, Todd. There are mountains and mountains of evidence in favor of evolution. Evolution is no more “dogma” than the Theory of Gravity.

  23. azurefrog says:

    It would actually be more accurate to say that science is the way we distinguish thing which are actually true from things we would like to be true. People naturally see patterns in random information, so it’s important to filter out the observer effect.

  24. Tom says:

    Science and conscience should not question each other’s importance.

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