Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Your daily Denyseitude.

It's going to be a mite hectic here at Chez CC for the next little while, so I'll make this post short. Canadian creationist fuckwit Denyse O'Leary once again dons the mantle of "Canada's Most Appalling Dumbass" here:

Is PZ Myers a wronged man?

Some claim he has only himself to blame for creating a needless uproar and others insist that he is an honest man unjustly ejected.

I wasn't there.


Let's think about that for a second. If you've followed the last couple days of Denyse's hideous dishonesty (mixed liberally with large doses of rampant stupidity), you'll know that she's been trying on half a dozen different excuses as to why PZ Myers was expelled from Expelled, to the point where she even admits receiving an e-amil from the film's producer Mark Mathis thusly:

"You should know that I invited Michael shermer to a screening at NRB in Nashville. He came and is writing a review for scientific American. I banned pz because I want him to pay to see it. Nothing more. "

Make sure you appreciate what the film's own producer has just admitted here -- that PZ was escorted off the premises of a free screening simply because Mathis wanted PZ to pay for the privilege of watching that film. "Nothing more." Did you catch that? "Nothing more."

In short, Mathis has openly and unambiguously admitted that PZ did nothing wrong. PZ didn't show up uninvited, he didn't game the system, he wasn't being loud or obnoxious or harassing other moviegoers. No, Mathis makes it clear that PZ was sent packing simply because Mathis wanted his ten bucks.

And even after Mathis makes this painfully clear to that stupid, stupid woman, Denyse has the incredible lack of awareness to write:

Some claim [PZ] has only himself to blame for creating a needless uproar and others insist that he is an honest man unjustly ejected.

I wasn't there.

No, Denyse, you weren't there. But the film's own producer has explained what happened, using words that even someone as terminally stupid as you should be able to understand. And yet, Denyse soldiers on, bleating her pathetic, "Gosh, it's just so confusing, I guess we'll never know."

Fuck you, Denyse. What happened here is abundantly clear to people who can read -- you simply refuse to accept it and, in all likelihood, will suck up to the next ridiculous excuse that gets tossed on your doorstep.

"I wasn't there." God, Denyse, but what's it like to be that blinkered, insular and dishonest? Seriously.

Yeah ... what he said. Playing chess with a pigeon. That has Patrick Ross written all over it, doesn't it?


Ti-Guy said...

God, the tediousness. Ol' Lie-a-Day Denyse O'Leary is highlighting this unecessary post that suggests the framing of science by atheists is "fueling" the creationists and...

...oh, fuck it. Denyse lies. That's all she does. Lies, lies, lies. What's surprising about this is the palpable ill-will and animosity she exhibits towards other people. If anything should be a source of doubt as to the spiritual comfort and enlightenment faith can provide, it's hideously petty and unevolved people such as Denyse O'Leary and the rest of the lying creationists.

I may not like Dawkins's hostility towards faith, but I certainly understand where it's coming from.

M@ said...

I banned pz because I want him to pay to see it.

How magnanimous, seeing as Mathis had included an interview that he had fraudulently obtained from Myers in the film.

Lying scumbags like Mathis are all a-tremble at a scientist seeing their film before it's released. I wonder why? Oh, wait, no I don't.

¢rÄbG®äŠŠ said...

Some claim that SkyGod stole our universe from another not-quite-as-awesome deity; others say he built it all himself.

I wasn't there.

KEvron said...

some claim that denyse is merely an earnest, albeit misguided, lady, while others say she is the pathologically dishonest product of inbreeding, and that she picks her dingleberries and flicks them into the coiffs of the parishioners in front of her.

i wasn't there.


liberal supporter said...

Some claim the devil in hell laughed when he appointed denyse to confuse humans so they will start devolving back to ignorance and gullibility; others claim the devil in hell himself took on the form of "denyse" to confuse humans for the same reason.

I wasn't there.

Monado said...

I once made a comment on her blog. Instead of publishing it, she threw away the major part, which carefully explained how she'd been misrepresenting evolutionary theory, quoted the most throw-away line in the whole thing, and told me to stay out of her neighbourhood.