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Paul Zachary Myers

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The Paul Zachary (PZ) Myers is another example of an atheist parasite that propagates in an educational institution. This particular parasite is endemic to the biology department of the University of Minnesota Morris.

Victims of this parasite can often find their beliefs in superstitions and pseudoscience, such as intelligent design, anti-vaccination, and homeopathy, beginning to erode. If these symptoms persist, the affected should consult their local priest, pastor, or holistic medicine establishment immediately.

When not infecting innocent college students with an accurate, nonbiblical understanding of biology, the PZ Myers likes to get its slimy tentacles into all sorts of trouble – desecrating consecrated crackers, riding dinosaurs without a license, and attempting to sneak into creationist movie previews without the express written consent of the director.

This is truly an atheist parasite that you don’t want to get mixed up with.

AVOIDING THE PZ MYERS PARASITE: Biology classrooms are always a hotbed for atheist parasite activity, and should be avoided at all costs. During a severe PZ Myers outbreak, take refuge in the nearest creation museum (the parasite cannot bear exposure there for very long) . Under no circumstances should you click on any links to Pharyngula, no matter how tempting they may be.

To learn more about this nefarious parasite, visit its Wikipedia page.

(Thanks to PZ for sharing a link on his blog – and to all of the PZ cultists who have stopped by to leave comments and suggestions. Iä! Iä!)

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  1. Eimi
    September 24, 2010 at 9:04 pm

    Hilarious! But don’t forget about peer reviewed articles in journals. Surely the PZ Myers parasite could infect innocent minds via academic journals.

  2. July 28, 2011 at 11:02 am

    If you take into account the many more Agnostic scavengers like me, the world is entirely infested with rationality.

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