Uncommon Dissent: The Game

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PhilVaz has re-tooled a version of Pac-Man as “Uncommon Dissent”, with the little yellow protagonist as “Dembski”, and head shots of Ken Miller, Genie Scott, Richard Dawkins, and a panda become the “ghosts”. You get an extra “Dembski” with every 10,000 points scored…

As with previous ID games, they always lose, eventually.

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Who is ‘they’?

Who is ‘they’?

All: Who controls the British crown? Who keeps the metric system down? We do! We do! Karl: Who leaves Atlantis off the maps? Lenny: Who keeps the Martians under wraps? Alien: We do! We do! All: Who holds back the electric car? Who makes Steve Gutenberg a star? We do! We do! Skinner: Who robs cavefish of their sight? Homer: Who rigs every Oscar night? All: We do! We do!

Hey, glad you noticed. I figured if the ID people can make a game, I’ll do one. Miller, Scott, and Dawkins speak, and when you eat a fruit, Dembski will sometimes speak. What I’m really waiting for is SPORE by the guy who created The Sims. http://spore.ea.com/

Phil P

But how long it be before the ID crowd use this to complain about being bullied and mocked? (while of course looking the other way if called on Dembski’s own games.…)

I think the choice of Pac man is interesting, Pac man’s history is tied up in haullocegenic drugs, just as, presumably ID’s history is tied up in haullcenogenic drugs.

Has anyone checked Uncommon Descent lately? Bill’s blogs and his loyal followers’ comments are getting more and more bizarre. I only saw one mild comment from Norman Doering that wasn’t boot licking. The wildness of their fantastic distortions is mind-boggling.

Hey! Here’s an interesting thought. Perhaps the ID’ers themselves are an evolutionary experiment? Perhaps destined to become the social coccyx of humanity..?

But how long it be before the ID crowd use this to complain about being bullied and mocked? (while of course looking the other way if called on Dembski’s own games.…)

Hey! Here’s an interesting thought. Perhaps the ID’ers themselves are an evolutionary experiment? Perhaps destined to become the social coccyx of humanity..?

destined to become, you say?

I concede. Past tense it is. ‘have’ become.

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