Sunday, December 27, 2015

Now how come I did not get THIS for Christmas?

Now there's a conversation starter for you.


  1. Leland2:30 AM

    LOVE IT!

  2. Anonymous4:44 AM

    I must have this shirt! Where can you get it?

  3. You ask, "Now how come I did not get THIS for Christmas?"

    'Cause, for you, it goes without saying. :D

  4. A. J. Billings5:47 AM

    Very provocative. I wouldn't wear one of those to a Trump or Cruz rally though, someone might shoot you!

  5. Anonymous6:22 AM

    @4:44 am - Among other places, you can buy the Tee-shirt on Amazon.

  6. Anonymous7:54 AM

  7. Anonymous8:44 AM

    Science. Well it brought us, nuclear weapons... really all weapons of modern warfare. Chemical weapons. Pollution. Pesticides. Cancer. Endless useless tv broadcasting, offshore drilling, oil exploration, fracking. Nuclear Waste, carbon emissions, greenhouse gasses, global warming. Genetically modified foods. Massive mining, shipping, manufacturing industries.

    1. Anonymous10:30 AM

      You must be a lot of fun at parties Darksider

    2. Science didn't create those things. Mankind used science to make weapons and pollute the earth.

      Science brought us indoor plumbing, heat, light, medicines to save and prolong lives, engineering to allow us to live in larger villages and specialize our trades and skills.

      It is mankind that has warped and twisted science into destructive results. That is a result of how they look at life. The religious right that thinks they are here to use up and exploit the earth because they won't be here long enough to see the results. The Capitalists that are too cheap and too greedy to operate cleanly and expect others to clean up their messes.

    3. Anonymous11:41 PM

      Lol, how is life in your dreamy little fantasy world mlaiuppa?

  8. Anonymous8:56 AM

    Indeed, science does not give a shit about about you believe. It can be a wonderful servant, but a terrible master. Science is not alive, it is simply a body of gathered and tested knowledge about how the world/universe works. It is not set in stone; our theories change all the time as we learn more. The words on that T-shirt are "feel smug" nonsense, and just as bad as "God said, I believe it, that settles it."

    1. Leland10:17 AM

      I hate to disagree with you 8:56, but your final sentence is dumb. It can NOT be argued that science in any way gives a damn about one's beliefs. The statement can not be considered feel smug nonsense because it is fact. Period. YOU may feel it is nonsense, but I feel few would agree with you. Your initial sentence complete destroys the logic of your last sentence.

      Besides, there is no way one could reasonably defend a comparison between the posted sentiment on the above shirt with your last quoted t-shirt comment, which is true ONLY for those who are ignorant enough to actually believe it.

  9. Anonymous9:12 AM

    OT-GOOD READ: "This is the fight of our lives and how it ends is up to us."

  10. Because no one shopped at:





    Cafe Press has a YUUUGE selection of science tees.

    I also like to check out Think Geek because sometimes they have stuff I've never seen elsewhere.

  11. Anonymous3:52 PM

    My daughter's husband finds and wears THE most interesting tee's. This year he got me one that has a photo of a decorated tree and Bea Arthur an Betty White of the Golden Girls, under the photo it says:
    May all your Christmases Bea White.
    My husband's has a grey's anatomy photo of a heart and it says "I heart accuracy".

    I love gifts like this, it shows they know the person they're buying for.

    1. Something my family has never been able to grasp. (Except for me.)

      If it weren't for the resemblance I would swear I was left on the doorstep by gypsies.


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