Joined: April 2007
I am determined to help Luskin win the NCSE UpChucky Award for 2010.
If we all clap I'm sure he can do it!
Luskin continues his series on Court Cases Where ID Lost Big Time with a 1,400 word review of the Selman vs Cobb County, Ga. decision in which a school board was forced to remove stickers it had placed on biology textbooks declaring the Theory of Evolution to be "only a theory" etc etc, praise ID and buy my book. Love, Denyse.
Well, breathlessly, I read Luskin's 1,400 word essay in which our favorite attack gerbil went to great lengths to describe why the NCSE was wrong, why the judges were wrong* and why EVERYBODY was just plain wrong in not on the decision, but the analysis and reporting of the decision which, after all, was decided
On. Other. Grounds.
What "grounds" (play grounds? coffee grounds? grounds for divorce?) Luskin, alas, never says. I guess it's a mystery or a secret or something.
So, well played, Gerb! By leaving "On Other Grounds" open he can pen another 1,400 word essay or two. There could be an entire series, like 24.
Srsly. Give me a Sharpie and I can make Jack Bauer look like Luskin. I just need a few minutes.
*extra points for working Judge Jones and Kitzmiller into this essay, although totally irrelevant.