The Arguments Regarding Design: Twittered

The IDiots are trying to get us to OD on The Arguments Regarding Design.

Sexy Casey and John ‘Fuck me please, Hitler!’ West last week.

Dembski thief at OU again this week, for some unknown reason.

And now the IDiots have let Behe out of his cage– LouFCD is Twittering it right now (starts at about Page 7, right now).

No mention of HIV, yet.



  1. #1 J-Dog
    February 26, 2009

    I just hope Lou has the opportunity to ask the “Behe The Bearded and Bald Blunderer” a couple of good questions – or at least be able to give him a proper “ID Salute”! As established throughout history… going back at least a week anyway to establish the custom. (Where you hold up the middle finger that signifies “I”.) And in Behe’s case, that stands for IDiot. Will he be able to translate this information properly?

    I hope Lou gets the opportunity to test my theory…. unlike anybody actually testing any of Behe’s ideas.

    And of colurse Lou will have it all under control if he justs remembers to ask himself WWAD?*

    * What Would Abbie Do?

  2. #2 Lou FCD
    February 26, 2009

    He got to HIV in the Q&A, Abbie. (Rather, a questioner pinned him there, really). He hemmed and hawed, and talked about SIV and did the tapdance without answering the question. At some point, Doc leaned over to me and said, “Too bad Abbie isn’t here.”

    I loled.

  3. #3 The Curmudgeon
    February 27, 2009

    I donno about Twitter, but in another medium — Q&A after a talk — Behe made the stunning admission that he has no mechanism for ID. That means he admits he has no theory. I thought it was significant enough that I bloged about it. Behe probably doesn’t even realize what he said.

    Strange things are happening in Q&A sessions.

  4. #4 Lou FCD
    February 27, 2009

    Yes, Curmudgeon, he made the exact same admission last night.

    My raw notes from after the Twitter OD are up at After the Bar Closes.

  5. #5 Lou FCD
    February 27, 2009

    Ah, I see you were talking about last night. That’s the talk I was at and live Twittered.

  6. #6 Lou FCD
    March 3, 2009

    The background piece is up:

    A Brief History of Moonbats.

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