Sunday, May 27, 2007
Preconception about people from Oklahoma are true!
My preconception of people from Oklahoma being a bit on the dim side. Today I heard a senator talking about so called junk science. Only thing I know it that the senator has a faulty mine and need to have it replaced with a new one. It's not just in Oklahoma but those "Red States" as a whole or should I say, "A Hole." These are the people that will have facts in front of them but go with superstitions. They could be on fire and you'll say, "your on fire" and they will look at you and say. "No I'm not" just because your not in the same church as them or belong to the same political party. They will talk about stem cell research as something evil when they can't even spell DNA. Forget asking them is they understand DNA because they don't, the only book they read is the bible to find out about science. To them the earth is still flat, if you've ever been there then you might thing that too. They need to keep people there from breeding with their brothers and sisters, too much inbreeding and you get an "Okey."
The same Senator picked up a book by Micheal Crichton, "State of Fears" and pointed to it and said "Global Warming was a myth." Doesn't he know Crichton write fiction or is that a word they don't have in Oklahoma. Crichton's got some weird views, I think he did too many drugs. He thinks "Aliens" are causing global warming. What weird about that he believe that and lectures about it too. He also much be from one of those flat states.
Don't get me started on the people there they are Creationist. Darwin to them means humans come from monkeys and the earth is less then 10,000 years old. I know they haven't really read Darwin's book or any other books dealing with evolution.
Since God told Bush to invade Iraq, then we have only God to blame for the war. Well when you live in a place like Oklahoma where the world is flat you better not go to far other wise your going to fall off the edge.