PZ Idiocy Linkfest July 14, 2008Posted by Administrator in atheism, Blogging, Catholicism, Creepiness, Cultural Pessimism, Idiots, Liberal Hypocrisy, Liberal self-loathing, Pharyngulism, wtf?.
The man reminds me of a rabid homophobe who has secret homosexual tendencies. The more he raves at the object of his secret obsession, the safer he feels.
Minnesota Indy interview (full of softball questions. The comments are typical, though tjswift is hilarious.
Fox News on the original foofaraw that got PZ’s panties all in a bunch.
Fr. James Martin in America.
Then PZ went and posted all the public information on a couple of lintheads who sent him evil threatening e-mails. PZ ended up taking them down, because his sycophants went crazy on the lintheads. PZ re-wrote the post, with this classic quote:
It is most definitely not intended to incite harassment. I do not want you to be dunning these people with email, threatening them back, signing them up for spam, or otherwise being a jerk. For one thing, we can’t be certain that an innocent’s account hasn’t been hijacked; for another, we’re supposed to be better than that.
Res Ipsa Loquitur. They cannot be better; philosophically, logically, they are acting exactly as they should; with malice and venom. PZ knew that was going to happen, and he simply didn’t care. Orac, another ScienceBlogs writer, took PZ to task on this idiotic action of his with great charity:
What on earth did you expect, P.Z., posting the e-mails and the entire headers?
Clearly you didn’t think things through.
But he did. PZ is a sanctimonious, hypocritical asshat, a fundamentalist prophet of the Church of Atheism, but he is not stupid. He knew what would happen.
Anyway, there is more, much more, more than one could possibly care to stomach over at Pharyngula, but those can be searched for by others.
I for one, am very curious to see exactly what he does to commit sacrilege to the Eucharist. Not for any real harm that can come to Christ; I am confident that He can take care of Himself. No, I am more curious to see how it further illustrates PZ’s consistent, pathological hatred (that word is used carefully) of religion, particularly Christianity.