There once was a skeptic named Lou,
Who was often called "believer" and "woo,"
For daring to doubt,
The "skeptics'" verdicts about,
Things no sane person could claim that they knew.
Absence of evidence is very useful for claiming that evidence doesn't exist. -Al Capone
A self-proclaimed skeptic: Antipositer
Of drivel became a depositor
On many a thread
Pure nonsense was spread
Not the quality we demand of our osseter
The art of medicine consists in amusing the patient while nature cures the disease. Voltaire
I today saw a thread with a limerick,
That appeared to be taking the mick.
The writer did declare,
With oh so little flair,
That picking on him were the skeptics.
Now the point with which he had some confusion,
As the others tried to break the illusion,
Was that an open mind,
Should not make you blind,
To drawing your own conclusion.
Reading his strawmen in the other thread,
Where all sorts of things were said,
I have to agree,
It looks like it to me,
That enough straw he has to make his own bed.