thanks and thank you Panda, I honestly thought it was an acronym.
Named after Nathan Poe over at Christian forums who once quiped that it is impossible to tell the difference between a serious fundamentalist (or conservative)
I have been a Poe before, Poe's law is accurate, no one can tell especially the condescending rage-liberals (they usually like to title themselves as intellectual).
Fundamentalists definitely put the Mental in fundamental.
I think the Landover Baptists are not Poes, When I lived in Missouri I went to a landover baptist church for a couple months, and they are serious about that weird stuff.
anyway I don't want to stray to far from the topic, I just cant understand how anyone would think teaching religion in public school would make much of any sense. I went to Catholic school, and we did have religion but it was a separate class (ie I had biology in the 2nd period and Religion in the 5th period, they never came up in the same class, and they really didn't contradict each other, but then again we have Jesuits so I could be spoiled.) Now I did take a world religions class at the university (which was public), but it was very nuts and bolts and covered the hows and whys of the major religions based on climate and the economies.