Stephanie Zvan is one of the hosts for the Minnesota Atheists' radio show and podcast, Atheists Talk. She serves on the board of Secular Woman. She speaks on science and skepticism in a number of venues, including science fiction and fantasy conventions.
Stephanie has been called a science blogger and a sex blogger, but if it means she has to choose just one thing to be or blog about, she's decided she's never going to grow up. In addition to science and sex and the science of sex, you'll find quite a bit of politics here, some economics, a regular short fiction feature, and the occasional bit of concentrated weird.
Oh, and arguments. She sometimes indulges in those as well. But I'm sure everything will be just fine. Nothing to worry about. Nothing at all.
14 thoughts on “Rabbit Herding Sheep”
If your followers want to act like sheep, it does not take a genius to make them do what you want.
Oh man, I’m glad that those sheep aren’t self-aware. Not only are they being bossed around by an animal a twentieth of their size, but it’s a vegetarian!
Don’t really care if there’s a ‘deeper meaning’ to this; it was a hilarious way to brighten my day!
Later that same day…That’s no ordinary rabbit.
James – my thought exactly!
If you ever doubt that sheep are the most stupid creatures on planet earth after creationists, watch this again.
Also, rabbits rock!
Yay bunnehs ^.^
Rabbits will also steal your keys, and refuse to give them back.
Goodness, that rabbit is such the little Bossy Boots. It’s all like, “Why are you standing there, you lazy mutton-sacks! Get moving or I’ll bite your ankles!”
That said, this is a great demonstration of why “sheep” is shorthand for something that mindlessly follows the herd. Even when the rabbit gets between one sheep and the rest of the group, that one sheep jumps right back into the bunch.
Also, too: unlike rabbits, sheep have no top front teeth.
Stupid rabbit! its entire vocabulary seems to be “Hey! where you guys goin’?”
What a remarkable trainer! If they can do that with a bunny, think about what they can do with their dogs! I want to go to a class they teach.
I think the bunny was trained like the dog…I’m impressed.
see how messed up the economy is! that low paid rabbit has taken a job away from a poor border collie.
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