Just in case you’d forgotten, here is the moment when Kirk Cameron sloppily birthed the Crocoduck into popular culture:
Obviously, Kirk Cameron understands the theory of evolution like Carrot Top understands comedy, so both must resort to props in order to keep people from walking out.
But Cameron and his consociate, Ray Comfort, aren’t exactly abnormal when it comes to creationism. Sure, they may be a slightly more clamorous duo, but their lack of understanding about the process is shared by a large chunk of the population. The problem is, of course, that this cross section of people has it wrong.
The evidence for Evolution is undeniable, and anyone who disagrees simply doesn’t understand that evidence. Yet, idiotic notions like a 6000 year old earth have managed to find a sort of cultural protection under the umbrella of intellectual freedom. People seem to think that their opinions about reality should have some influence on the way we perceive the facts about existence, but this a self-important, absurd way to think.
So, as a public service, the Crocoduck aims to dismantle this umbrella of intellectual freedom through the only tool we know how to use: ridicule. And our pal T-Jeff seems to think that we’ve stumbled on the right approach:
“Ridicule is the only weapon which can be used against unintelligible propositions.” ― Thomas “T-Jeff” Jefferson