Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Old Earth

Old Earth

"I'm sure it was around here somewhere... Behold! It's the one I made when I was your age. See if you can find something you can use for yours."

"Dad, this thing is full of fossils."

"Ah, yes. You see, son, in those days..."

"Aww... Look at the baby with his little world! Nice little world, baby! Can I have it? Ha ha."

"Leave me alone."

"Let's see... How much can it take?"


Friday, August 27, 2010

Eternal reward

Eternal reward

"This is Heaven? A huge empty parking lot? I expected something else."

"It is a glorious place of gardens and palaces. It just happens to have the external attributes of a parking lot. How come everyone who comes here is so skeptical?"

Tuesday, August 24, 2010



"There goes the super-fast train. It carries hundreds of passengers. At that speed, not one would survive in case of a wreck. However, there has never been a wreck in all the decades the train has been in service. Never! Do you understand that? Not a single incident in decades! Does that sound normal to you? There's something fishy going on!"

"What's your point?"

"It's a conspiracy by life insurance companies."


Friday, August 20, 2010

Friday, August 13, 2010





"Look at what my creations are doing! I ordered them not to... I punished them... But they won't stop!"

"My son..."

"Yes, dad?"

"I think it's time for me to tell you about certain things."

Tuesday, August 10, 2010



(You may have already noticed that Flea Snobbery has its own Facebook page now!)

"You can spend more than you planned and have stuff you don't need. Are you interested?"

"Huh? Why would I be interested in that?"

"You can save twenty percent if you take two more packages. Are you interested?"

"Saving? Of course!"

Friday, August 6, 2010

Tuesday, August 3, 2010



"The order of the world reflects the order of the supreme mind governing it."

"See? Kurt Gödel, a great rational mind, believed in God! It's atheists who are dumb!"

"Smart people are very good at rationalizing things they came to believe for non-smart reasons."

"Wrong, Shermer! If they were smart, they'd be atheists!"