The evolution of car fish emblems

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  1. Anthony Pierre said:

    if you find some, get me one, I will pay you back!

    March 5, 2009
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  2. Patrick Enders said:

    Nice bumper sticker, but a little too wordy to process while passing at 75 mph.

    I’d like to get a new bumper sticker to replace my “W: The Torture President” sticker, but it’s very hard to boil a scientific principle down to a succinct catchphrase. “Survival of the Fittest” is catchy, but inadequate.

    Maybe I should just go with that “In case of Rapture, can I have your car?” sticker.

    March 5, 2009
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    • Jerry Friedman said:

      I thought it was:

      “In case of Rapture, have a Designated Sinner.”

      March 5, 2009
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    • Patrick Enders said:

      Jerry,
      Sin’s cheap. I’d rather have the car.

      March 5, 2009
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    • Jerry Friedman said:

      My thought is, that if there’s rapture, then ‘chosen’ people get sucked away. If the driver is sucked away, then you crash. So you should have a designated sinner driving — to save the car and perhaps yourself.

      March 6, 2009
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  3. john george said:

    That little symbol looks much like a crab to me. Is that some Freudian slip?

    March 5, 2009
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  4. Patrick Enders said:

    Bewhold the secrets of Pastafarianism:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flying_spaghetti_monster

    Personally, I find myself drawn to the much more attractive “Invisible Pink Unicorn.” Or at least, I would be drawn to the Invisible Pink Unicorn – if I had any idea where it is.

    Invisible Pink Unicorns are beings of great spiritual power. We know this because they are capable of being both invisible and pink at the same time. Like all religions, the faith of the Invisible Pink Unicorn is based upon both logic and faith. We have faith that they are pink; we logically know that they are invisible because we can’t see them.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Invisible_Pink_Unicorn

    March 6, 2009
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  5. Jeff Gunn said:

    I was at home reading my favorite web blog, pharyngula, when I got a call from my wife telling me that the back of my van is on locally grown. And there it is. I have been a strong supporter of science education since graduating from St. Olaf. Clear standards set by legitimate scientist are what should determine science curriculum, not religious theocrats. Evolve Fish is a great website for this type of merchandize.

    March 6, 2009
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