Darwin’s Theory of Evolution
What has Christmas Revealed? Could this be population control?
The big debate at our house has been over the recent Christmas television commercials, and these people and items actually evolving to the point, that they could be used in these commercials.
It began with the Hershey Candy kisses commercial this year. We know they are shaped like bells and after studying the principals of Darwinism in Mr. Corbin’s Biology Class in high school it seems possible to me that Hershey Kisses could eventually develop clangor’s or donger’s or dingers or whatever you call them to become bells. Thereby being hired and used to do the jingle bell tune played by them in the Hershey Kisses Christmas advertisement. But to get them to jump and shake out the jingle bell tune is amazing to me. They have no legs or shakers, just a tab, kind of like a skin tab. How do you explain all that evolvement?
But, the Kmart commercial with the men lined up in their boxers shaking their pelvises and being able to ring out The Jingle Bell tune with their personal parts is truly amazing. I don’t think Darwin could have predicted this? There is no bell! So, is it possible that some of our species have evolved from balls to bells? According to Darwinism It must be possible and when I think back to them high school days, I know some of the students thought it was very possible, as when you walked down the hallway, “I called it running the gauntlet” some them fellows standing up against the hallway walls and looking like they could care less about who was walking down the hall would suddenly reach out and tap the person walking in the front of the pelvis. Now, I thought they were just being mean, but now I know that they were just checking to see if that person had evolved to a bell ringer. Is it possible these boys were that advanced in their thinking?
I just know it never felt could to be checked, actually it hurt like hell and you soon learned to carry a book in front of your pelvis to prevent being tapped. Actually I never did hear any ringing noise, but I heard a lot of name calling and a lot of other words said, that we all are better off not reading at this time. After all you could end up being on someone’s naughty list and we wouldn’t want that to happen at this time of the year. Why, it made these people laugh that were doing the tapping and checking is beyond me. But, I never heard any bells ringing so I don’t think anyone had evolved to the Kmart group’s advanced stage of being, at least not at that time in the Dunseith area.
However, the debate about the Kmart commercial has been raging on at our house and even at the doctor’s office where I went for an appointment the other day. The Kmart commercial came on the TV while several of the nurses were in the room with me. One nurse commented she hated that commercial. A male nurse in the room said that he and his wife have been arguing about it also. He said, his wife said it was about time, that they put some eye candy on the tube for women to watch, and that she liked the commercial. After all she said, men have had NFL cheerleaders and the Victoria’s Secret Women to watch for years. The female nurse replied that she still hated it and at least those women aren’t out there shaking their junk, like the Kmart men are, and she thought it was disgusting. What do you think?
Now think of this, Kmart might have the answer to population control on our planet. It will be like Jerry the mouse putting a bell on the neck of Tom the cat. Men won’t be able to sneak up on anything anymore?
Keep on laughing,
Goggle> Kmart boxer jingle bell commercial
Hope your year is going well.
Alan Poitra, I remember those funny looking hats also but they were always locked up in the little practice room and we were all hoping that no one would mention to Mr. Johnson that we should wear them while we march. ha I always remember the home coming parades in Dunseith and also the day that we would travel to Minot for the Minot State College home coming parade. It was a long march, (especially when I had to carry that big ole bass drum) but was the best of times. Always went downtown Minot and hung out at all the stores. Always went to the five and dime store. �
When we were in the music program in the late 60′s and into 1970(by the way that is the best year ever) we had the really nice blue blazer that we wore for high school concerts. I think we wore them for marching also. I also remember going to Devils Lake for the high school music contest or festivals. Dunseith always came home with high marks.
I think that was the best part of jr. high and high school was being in the famous Don Johnson music program. Well that and passing my grade each year. ha�
One more memory I have to mention about the DHS music department. It has to do with years after I graduated but was a memory I will never forget. I was once a custodian at DHS after the good ole years of San Haven employment. My daughter Stacey was in high school band then and was under the direction of one of Don Johnson’s former students and everybody knows her, Cheryl Haagenson. She too did a great job in the music department. During the year that Stacey I think was a Junior in high school they decided they wanted to take in a contest down in Orlando Florida. So the money raising was put into place and the plans and dates of the trip were decided. I was fortunate enough to be a chaperone of this big event and what a memory it was. It will be with me for a very long time. The kids were so well behaved and they should have been so proud as they brought home this big huge trophy that I hope still is in the show case at the school. “Way to go Cheryl” You have done the school proud.�
Thanks for the memories.
Dave Slyter (70)