"Jesus believes in evolution -- and he hates it."
How did Eric Gray, the author behind the Web site Jesus Believes in Evolution (and the book of the same name) arrive at this provocative conclusion? The short answer follows this logic: Jesus and the rest of the gods of world religions might well be aliens, and these space deities are engaged in cosmic war over genetic resources, resulting in selective, strategic quickening of the natural evolutionary process, which Jesus rejects as a proponent of fair play.
The long answer unfurls a painstaking tapestry of connected pages, on which every sentence contains a link to another elaborate explanation of the great monotheistic extraterrestrial conspiracy. Gray claims "All these facts are thoroughly documented in the links," and looking at the intimidating morass of clickable blue, visitors might be inclined to take his word for it. Or they could ignore the text and concentrate on the amusing graphics and captions.
The perfect addition to my living room. The hardy resin exterior is fantastic, because I can just hose it down to remove all the raccoon dung that tends to accumulate.
Now with the sun and the warmth and the generally pleasant atmosphere, you can no longer blame the weather for why you've spent the last sixteen hours sitting inside. You'll need to stay on your toes if you want to stay in your chair.
There's a new Tony Hawk game in town, and it has projectiles. ...?
Awful Links of the Day spotlights the worst and weirdest websites on the internet. And we're not talking "weird" in a good way either.