If you don't know sarcasm when you see it, then I hardly think you'll know gloating. You only wish it were so. Like this bubblehead professor, you relish opportunities to bash those who believe differently than yourself, if not physically, then verbally. The point seems to escape you and your cheerleaders that this bubblehead professor used inflammatory language. It's possible a few folks out there took him at his word. Save your self-righteous indignation for some who cares; for someone to whom it applies.
Or do you really think I am so dense as to believe the physical beating of a bubble-headed ideologue scores points for creationism?
Perhaps a sarcasm tag would have been a good idea. It would have prevented this confusion.
Here's a hypothetical example of how sarcasm tags work:
'I hope no churches get burned down over this. /sarcasm'
Of course, my use of the tag here is incorrect because I truly do hope no churches get burned down over this. You see how they can clarify the meaning of a statement though.
Are you afraid to actually ping people or do you just enjoy talking to yourself?
Well, if the evos insist that Merrick (who isn't even a scientist) is the victim of a Creationist Hate Crime, we need to support LE with all we've got to get the whole story out, and these two Creationists (white guys in ball caps with gloves in a red pickup truck!) arrested!
Just a day or two ago I was watching a couple of evos here on FR trying to figure out how to get conservative scientists to put Dems (who are presumably pro-evo) into office to spite these awful people who won't sign on to evolution dogma. If anyone wants the reference, email. I think FR is being used by leftists who think they have a way to chip away at GOP contitutency.