"On a personal level, religiosity is merely annoying - like bad taste," he wrote. "This immaturity represents a significant social problem, however, because religious adherents fail to recognize their limitations. So, in the name of their faith, these moral retards are running around pointing fingers and doing real harm to others. One only has to read the newspaper to see the results of their handiwork. They discriminate, exclude, and belittle. They make a virtue of closed-mindedness and virulent ignorance. They are an ugly, violent lot."
Oooh, ANGRY professor. For those who don't follow the Links effect, the above passage (heh. "Passage") is from one Professor Shortell at CUNY, which he wrote in 2001. Apparently (now that the poor spud wants to control his university's Sociology Department so that he might lord over the next generation of dole-bludgers) his comments are deemed to have been "taken out of context". Today's challenge is: putting the above paragraph into a context in which it is not offensive to the gap-toothed Mormon mother-humpers in the tumble-weed Bible Belt of the US of A. Bonus points for including monkeys. Points off for simply clapping "I'd LIKE to tell you..." at the front and "...but I'm afraid I don't know what fellatio IS" on the end.