Wouldn’t it be cool to have transparent skin?
Didn’t you have a video in which an Imam described the virgins he’s gonna get in heaven as having pale, translucent skin?
Translucent isn’t transparent.
Well, PZ, we are going all out for your visit here but I don’t see any notice of it on your blog. We have invited the science faculties of our three Universities, UMD, UWS* and College of Saint Scholastica. Yes catholic but ……….
Plenty of people await your visit and talk. Could you mention us a little bit? Huh, plz.
Bill van Druten MD, founder of LSF
be a good guy for a change and mention us on your site.
The * by the U. Wisconsin Superior has to do with their chairman of biology, Prof Seele who declines to attend on the basis that he is a creationist, I think. Who knows perhaps he will show.
When you come I will offer you membership in LSF and will personally pay your dues and initiation fees. ( $00.00 ) just like I did when Richard Dawkins agreed to me a member when I met him again on the Galapagos Trip.
William van Druten, MD, the Generous and the Grand Exalted Flounder of the LSF.
Perhaps you think we at LSF are just some backwater northern central freethought group. Well, yes that is true but we have protected two of our hospitals from catholic restrictions and gotten the ten commands off of city hall lawn. Still, we are a chapter of ffrf and we are arrogant and puffed up with pride that you will visit us.
Is that Hyalinobatrachium?
…Hey, Dr. van Druten, go to the Freethoughtblogs version of Pharyngula. PZ doesn’t seem to read the comments in this one (and, well, not many of the other one either – there are just too many).
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