Clearly, Texans Don’t Watch Dinosaur Train

Because if they did watch my kids’ favorite show, more than forty per cent of them would know that dinosaurs and people did not live at the same time.

I missed this poll last week, showing that six of ten Texans either think dinosaurs and people co-existed or else don’t know. I have a low opinion of the intelligence of Texans (and Louisianans) but that is a shocking level of ignorance. I’m also no fan of Keith Olbermann, but he’s dead on when he says we don’t have to worry about Texas seceding; it’ll probably soon fall away like a vestigial tail.

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3 Comments on “Clearly, Texans Don’t Watch Dinosaur Train”

  1. Texas Redhead Loser Says:

    Awwww… how sweet and naive of you to have such a high opinion of humanity in general that you think Texas and Louisiana carry the bulk of ignorant people. Almost child-like in your innocence.
    I doubt either state has any more (or fewer) stupid people than anywhere else in the world. The problem is religion teaching them that Earth is 6,000 years old. We have way too many conservative Christians here.
    And since you feel this way, you can just stay on your side of the border when the kids come to see Dinosaur Valley this summer. : )

  2. KC Says:

    Wheeler

    reminds me of the quote from that classic of American Cinema, “Mean Girls” (Lindsey was snubbed by the Academy)

    the homeschooled boy said:

    “And on the third day, God created the Remington bolt-action rifle, so that Man could fight the dinosaurs. And the homosexuals”

  3. mom Says:

    This made the Dinosaur Train song go round and round in my head…I like the simple life 🙂


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