I'm an IT geek. Right now, I work in a Network Operations Center, basically babysitting servers to make sure they behave. None of my coworkers are idiots.
I brought in my Dawkins - Greatest Show on Earth. I had not one, but TWO of my coworkers get really uncomfortable. One actually has a biology degree, but he has (and I quote) "a real problem with evolution." I didn't press, since that tends to make things awkward. As he left for the day, he said "My problem with evolution is that I believe in God." I mentioned briefly that those don't preclude each other, but mostly let it go.
The second protester wasn't quite as oddly overt, but he definitely said he doesn't believe in evolution. I understand why fundies don't... they don't understand it, they don't know anything about it, and they refuse to learn. But it totally baffles me when otherwise very intelligent, logically driven people dismiss something out of hand. Hell, when I was a theist (or as my Dad currently is), I had no problem reconciling belief in a deity with evolution. I call it "God as Rube Goldberg" (eg, he set up a complex mechanism & the laws of the universe, then set it all in motion). You don't have to dismiss something that is extensively scientifically proven just cause you want to keep your invisible friend in the sky.
I'm the newbie here (been on the job 3 months), so I really don't want to piss people off by showing them just how stupid they're being, but yikes... it bothers me.