Kansas makes itself a Laughing Stock Again
You'd think they'd have learned from making the mistake of removing evolution from their science classes several years ago. Pharyngula comments. Josh Rosenau blogs from the ground in Kansas.
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Here's what one Lloydletta reader sent them:
Dear Board of Education members:
I'm a writer, but I cannot even find the words to describe what complete jackasses you people are making of your entire state. To think that a Board of Education in the year 2005 is debating the validity of evolution and whether Bible fantasies should be substituted for scientific fact in school classrooms is simply mind-boggling.
If I ever am in the position of hiring people, I can assure you that an applicant's resume indicating "educated in Kansas" would guarantee rejection. Period. Because I wouldn't want to have to embarrass an applicant by asking him or her whether they believed the earth was round or flat.