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Piscataway Institute of Technology Adopts “Separate but Equal” Policy Between Scientific Materialists and Persons of Faith.

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13 Responses to Piscataway Institute of Technology Adopts “Separate but Equal” Policy Between Scientific Materialists and Persons of Faith.

  1. OK, help me out here. I don’t get it.

  2. Gods iPod: You’re thirsty. You don’t have a glass or mug. Which would you rather drink from?

  3. Perhaps Gods iPod is not American. The story makes more sense if you understand the history of racial discrimination in the United States of America.

  4. LOL!!!!!!!

  5. I think the drinking water fountain segregation is fair enough, just as long as it can be shown that the left fountain evolved out of the wall.

  6. Hi Shane. I didn’t get it either. Must be our poor sense of US humo(u)r :-)

  7. Alas, though I am Canadian, I spent 10 years in the states. If an American doesn’t get this, he needs a refresher course — bad! ‘Tis a bit dissappointing that the “religous” waterfountain is not cracked or stained, though.

  8. For those who don’t get it, click here.

  9. Robo, I did get it. That’s what LOL (laugh out loud) means. It’s probably the best post by “Dr.” Finch yet because IMO it sums up the attitude of scientific materialists quite succinctly.

  10. Shaner74, he’s actually talking about me :) My name is also Shane :)

  11. LOL also means lots of laughs

    Speaking of drinking fountains, here’s what the materialists actually have:
    fountain

    Old, looks authentic, dirty & doesn’t work.

  12. Robo, are you a Kiwi? There are hints on your web-site (like listing the price of the DVD in NZD as well as USD, and a domain that ends in .nz, etc.).

    If so, you might not get the joke. In the US, during segregation, blacks and whites had separate drinking fountains, separate public restrooms, separate sections of the restaurant, separate sections of public transportation, etc. Though they were supposed to be “equal,” what happened in reality is that blacks thereby had second-class status.

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    sagebrush gardener

    Here is an image, from roughly 50 years ago in the US, that should explain.

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