The more I think about it, the more I'm determined to get out there and combat the forces of insanity. Ray Comfort and Kirk Cameron are sending out their minions, and I think it's a good idea to scoop up as many copies of those as possible. Plus, it would be interesting to compare them to a real copy of Origin of Species to see where any edits have been made.
I'm going to take that day off from work if at all humanly possible and go up to either Emory or Georgia Tech and see if I can find out where they're going to be handing out copies. Anyone else interested in joining me?
That'd be awesome if only I could afford to take off work. I think maybe they chose a Thursday intentionally. All of us who actually have lives and jobs would find it harder to go confront them. Hard to believe that this bullshit IS their job!
And if you read Ray's version, you still won't have read Origins. Not all of it, anyway.
The original printing had 4 chapters left out. Oddly enough, these were the chapters describing the best evidence for evolution.
After he got called on that by Eugenie Scott (Yay Genie!), Ray announced that the new, second printing would contain those 4 chapters. But then Eugenie pointed out that there was still parts of the book missing. Several images, graphs, etc. And I think that Darwin's introduction is still missing, too.