I’ve tried to remake my “Charles Darwin Has A Posse” with other languages, but have probably made terrible mistakes in all of them. I’ll eventually get it right. Until then, if you want to share any of the below today, go crazy. And if you’d like to print some stickers in the privacy of your own home, please go to my Charles Darwin Has A Posse page and download the PDF. Take photos of where you post them, then share on Twitter so we can all enjoy. I especially like to see them in public schools, for the obvious reasons.
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Just a heads up, folks: Darwin Day is on February 12th. If you’d like to help spread the word by being a tattoo model, there’s enough time for me to send you a temporary tattoo like the one shown below. It’s based on Charles Darwin’s “tree of life” sketch. Click here for details.
Just in case you’re a fan of “Charles Darwin Has A Posse” stickers but prefer a different language, I have 12 more for you. Some might need further edits so if you are a native speaker, drop me a line about how I should change wording. Posted today because it’s Darwin Day on February 12th. If you need an image for you upcoming blog post, please feel free to embed. Original version here, where you can download a free sheet for making stickers in the privacy of your own home.
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If you’re planning on having a birthday party for Charles Darwin on February 12th (same day as Lincoln!), I’d like to encourage you to make a life-size cut-out of the guy. Your guests can pose with him and then get high-quality photographs to use for their Facebook and Google+ profile images. It would be fun, of course, but it would also help promote acceptance of evolution and reality through the subtle peer pressure of social media.
If you’re interested, I can set you up with the image file (free!), so all you have to do is print him up, glue him onto poster board, and then cut out him out. If you do it carefully, you’ll have a portable Charles Darwin that you can proudly take to any geeky event. Darwin was painted by Carl Buell, illustrator extraordinaire. Interested? Here are the details.