Keep the Creation Museum off the Kiddie List

Kentucky’s Creation Museum is in contention for listing as one of the “top ten” places to bring your child under 15 years of age on this travel and tourism site.

Feel free to go and vote your preference! Also, I

I think you can’t vote something down, but you can vote something up. You know what to do.

The flying spaghetti monster museum does appear to be a choice. If it does not really exist, however, I don’t recommend voting for it, as that would be stupid. Maybe pick a nice natural history museum.

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15 thoughts on “Keep the Creation Museum off the Kiddie List

  1. To bad your pathetic efforts are all in vain. Better luck next time.

    Too bad Gourd hates you so much that he made you a blithering idiot.

  2. “Darles Charwin” aka Rob Hood @ 1:

    Howzitgoin’ there Robbie! Gave up on the “MarlKarx” ‘nym so you had to cast around for something new? Can’t wait til you get to “Cesus Jhrist” while you’re on this kick.

    As for Kenny the scammer? Just keep sending him your money. Those hand-tailored suits don’t just walk over to his house and into his closet, you know.

  3. Nemo@5:

    What is this “depressives” business? Is it meant to be a pun on “progressives”?

    Perhaps. Rob Hood is a frequent sockpuppeteer on several sites here and suffers from some undertreated mental illness(es) as evidenced by his frequent reference to “flouride” and “HAARP” and aluminium in vaccines. A quick search on this site or Respectful Insolence on those terms or on his real name will give you some nice examples.

    I have taken to tweaking him when I stumble across one of his comments, so as to make his lunatic beliefs more closely associated with his real name. Pisses him off so badly he calls me (gasp!) a Canadian!

  4. You apparently only get to vote once a day. I’d say, vote for the American Museum of Natural History, NY, which already has a lot of votes– I think it’ll bump the Smithsonian off before the Creation Museum, but it’s worth a shot.

  5. My apologies for NJ the overflouridated foreigner. He always has his panties in a wad. He tries to keep up with me but his diminished IQ due to overdose of flouride fails him at times.

    NJ is easily recognizable. All ya gotta do is recognize his style, out him and prod him a little bit. And out comes a torrent of looney. The truly funny thing is that he doesn’t realize that he’s making a permanent record of his being unhinged.

    Viewed objectively, it’s a sad testament to the failure of his mother and father to teach him wrong from right.

    Makes him so mad to be called out on his candian IQ that he actually drools on the right side of his face for a change.

    FIFTY.

  6. My apologies for NJ the overflouridated foreigner. He always has his panties in a wad. He tries to keep up with me but his diminished IQ due to overdose of flouride fails him at times.

    NJ is easily recognizable. All ya gotta do is recognize his style, out him and prod him a little bit. And out comes a torrent of looney. The truly funny thing is that he doesn’t realize that he’s making a permanent record of his being unhinged.

    Viewed objectively, it’s a sad testament to the failure of his mother and father to teach him wrong from right.

    Makes him so mad to be called out on his candian IQ that he actually drools on the right side of his face for a change.

    FIFTY.

  7. You can vote for as many places on the list as you want, once a day each. So everyone should vote for every place they like, not just pick one.

  8. Anonymous Atheist @10–

    You’re right– you can vote for as many different places as you want, every day. But if people vote for some of the popular ones like the American Museum of Natural History, the Kennedy Space Center, and various parts of the Smithsonian as well as their personal favorites, they’re more likely to knock the Creation Museum off the list.

    Kerrick @11–
    I think the Exploratorium is there under variant spellings.

  9. No one pay attention to NJ. He is my stalker that seems to have a fetish for my comments.

    NJ is easily recognizable. All ya gotta do is recognize his style, out him and prod him a little bit. And out comes a torrent of looney. The truly funny thing is that he doesn’t realize that he’s making a permanent record of his being unhinged.

    Viewed objectively, it’s a sad testament to the failure of his mother and father to teach him wrong from right.

    FIFTY.

  10. Lot of sock puppets here today. Greg, I think you need to do the laundry.

    Nancy Jules, Pioneer Jim, & Nicholas Jerome are clearly the same person. Darles Charwin may be too. Kimberly is one of those weird generic spam pieces I think.

    Yosemite really is grand, as is the Canyon. I’m touting them regularly.

  11. The bulk of the sox in the comments are mostly likely the work of the aforementioned Rob Hood. Since I’ve been identifying his posts, he’s gone a bit further around the bend, as you have noted…

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