During their pre-pageant questioning, each of the potential Miss USAs were asked a simple question: "Should evolution be taught in schools?" Here are their trimmed-down, wishy washy answers. This year's winner, Miss Califorina's Alyssa Campanella, believes in evolution (she also said she was a big history geek ). But sadly, the vast majority of the girls don't believe in evolution at all, and many don't think it should be taught in schools. Others refused to give a real answer to the question, and while others still took the opportunity to talk about how they think religion should be taught in school — we're looking at you, Miss Maine, Miss North Carolina, Miss Alaska, Miss Georgia... oh fuck it, we lost count. Watch Miss USA Hopefuls Awkwardly Dance Around The Evolution Issue
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Atheist wins right to wear pasta strainer as "religious headgear" Austrian atheist, Niko Alm, applied for the driving license three years ago after reading that headgear was allowed in official pictures only for confessional reasons, Herr Alm said the pasta strainer was a requirement of his religion, pastafarianism. Herr Alm says he belongs to the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, whose members call themselves pastafarians. The group’s website states that “the only dogma allowed in the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster is the rejection of dogma”. In response to pressure for American schools to teach the Christian theory known as intelligent design, as an alternative to natural selection, the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster wrote to the Kansas School Board asking for the pastafarian version of intelligent design to be taught to schoolchildren, as an alternative to the Christian theory.
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H.E.R.B. - - - H ad E nough R eligious B ullshit !! This site has not been updated since George W. left office. It remains as a historical record of the second Bush term. The political cartoons are already dated, but the quotations remain timeless. A Collection of Articles, Quotations, and Cartoons For Those Of Us Who Prefer Not To Live In A Theocracy. The World is divided into armed camps ready to commit genocide just because we can't agree on whose fairy tales to believe.
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