Sunday, September 1, 2013

What Do Mark Twain And Charles Darwin Have In Common?

If you thought their commonality lay in their capacity for observation, thought, and contribution to the general good, guess again.

First, Mr. Twain's shocking 'truth':

Next, the real story about the depraved Mr. Darwin:

I'm certainly glad that he didn't resort to any hyperbole in his litany of their 'sins,' but sadly, doesn't Pastor Swanson make everyone with any kind of religious belief look a tad dim?


  1. "The reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated." Mark Twain

    I think his reaction to Swanson's hyperbole will be somewhat similar.

  2. Coming from a teacher, I take it A+, Lorne. :)