Bumper Sticker

by Kieran Healy on July 1, 2008

Seen outside a Walgreens. Maybe the owner was getting some antibiotics.



The Modesto Kid 07.01.08 at 6:11 pm

You’ve got to admit, evolutionary theory doesn’t have a satisfactory explanation for the frog-into-prince phenomenon.


Giblets 07.01.08 at 6:16 pm

You call them “antibiotics.” Giblets calls them “Jesuspills.”


Mo MacArbie 07.01.08 at 6:53 pm

I’m guessing that the comparison of “scientists” with fairy tales flew right over the driver’s head. Unless there is s deeper game here. I’ll have to analyze the angle of the bumper to determine if it was a real God-fearing SUV or some pinko Prius.


The Modesto Kid 07.01.08 at 7:06 pm

Alternate wording:
Fairy Tales Say God Created the Universe. “Creationists” Call It Intelligent Design.


norbizness 07.01.08 at 7:14 pm

I’m through with scientists; they’re all played out
Scienticians can remove all doubt!


central texas 07.01.08 at 8:20 pm

Not to be obtuse, but like Mo MacArbie, I could not decide whether this was a pro or anti science bumper sticker.


central texas 07.01.08 at 8:22 pm

Ok. So the fine print: “Testimony Time” suggests anti.


abb1 07.01.08 at 8:51 pm

The Brothers Grimm were both scientists, incidentally.


El Cid 07.01.08 at 9:02 pm

I am proud that believers in Biblical Truth might have the guts to stand up to Fairy Tales.


Ginger Yellow 07.01.08 at 10:00 pm

Many people don’t believe people like me when we say that the point of intelligent design creationism is to take down science itself. Maybe this will help persuade them. Apparently, the people who say evolution occurred are not actually scientists.


Russell Arben Fox 07.01.08 at 10:07 pm

Man, no one gives fairy tales the respect they deserve these days.


jamie 07.01.08 at 11:01 pm

No, I’m going with irony on this one. Maybe s/he was getting antibiotics out of solidarity.


Kieran Healy 07.02.08 at 1:48 am

No, not irony. The inside of the car had an embroidered cross on the dashboard.


Joseph Scale 07.02.08 at 3:48 am

Fairy Tales say a Frog Gullotined a Prince…
“Political Scientists” call it Revolution


nick s 07.02.08 at 5:02 am

Not to be obtuse, but like Mo MacArbie, I could not decide whether this was a pro or anti science bumper sticker.

The small print (if you click through and view at original size in Flickr) gives it away: ‘Testimony Time’, located here on the web. Of course, it may be displayed ironically.

Also featured: “School SHOOTINGS PROVE When You Take God Out You Invite The devil in”. I couldn’t find one that explained church SHOOTINGS.


bad Jim 07.02.08 at 5:19 am

Actually, transforming a frog into a prince is straightforward; it just takes millions of years. The reverse transformation, or those involving princesses and swans, have yet to be demonstrated.

In ancient times, before digital photography, one used to drop off a roll of film and return later, only to be assured that “one day your prints will come.”


tps12 07.02.08 at 5:00 pm

“‘Scientists'” say frogs and princes share a common ancestor.

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