Saturday, December 13, 2008


If one might believe that the ladies on The View should pontificate on evolution at all, then this quote from Elizabeth Hasselbeck should be heard. The topic of evolution comes up, and Elizabeth Hasselbeck quips that because when she sees cool handbags or shoes she asks which Italian designer designed them, so she also thinks that when she sees a person, she believes that he or she must have been designed too.

Clearly, whoever designed Elizabeth Hasslebeck could have done a better job; presumably She was too busy making her attractive. But there is a simple, honest way in which Hasselbeck could remedy her bad design and inject some order into it: read Ken Miller's Finding Darwin's God, still the clearest rebuttal to intelligent design and the old argument-from-complexity that she believes is evidence for God. Thank you.

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Blogger Kunal said...

Not even close to the silliest thing that appeared on that program. If I may present a contender:

5:20 PM  
Blogger Ashutosh said...

Whoa. A worthy contender indeed...just when you thought you saw the epitome of idiocy. Human beings never fail to astonish. In this case though, there's a perfectly good reason why the poor woman was's all Tom Friedman's fault.

Seriously though, apart from Whoopi Goldberg, The View appears like a bunch of pothead ladies having tea and descending into total irrelevance every other second. Something like the Tea Party from Alice in Wonderland, only mind-numbingly pointless and boring.

9:19 AM  

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