Sunday, August 31, 2008
William at Skiing Mount Improbable has taken one for the team.
In the past, I've pointed out the dangers faced by those who clean up spills of creationist waste product. William has bravely tackled some of the most dangerous kind: O'Leary's Denyseum. This harmful byproduct of the decay of underdeveloped brain cells has been known to reduce the intelligence of bystanders by measurable amounts within seconds of unprotected contact. The sad victims of such exposure are generally kept isolated from the rest of the world, at sanitariums such as "Uncommon Descent," for their own good.
Without fear for his own safety, William waded into a giant pool of Denyseum that some fool let seep out of containment and cleaned it up. Let's all hope that William comes out of decontamination with his health intact.
We all owe him a debt of gratitude!
*sniff* As a Canadian, I'm just so proud that Denyse O'Leary is one of us. Some day, maybe we'll have our own Casey Luskin or...dare to dream...Kent Hovind.
Can we really send Casey to Canada? Why had no one mentioned this exciting possibility before?
I don't think anyone was really concerned. Losing track of who is who among pseudonymous commenters to many blogs is a risk they take.
Can we really send Casey to Canada?
The first step is finding a sound-proof FedEx box ...
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