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Capture the flag: 'Darwin fish' may be a new version of a very old game, University of Georgia study proposes

it's not the best place to make a coherent argument anyway.

"There are a few times when I a see a Jesus fish on someone's car and wonder what he or she thinks of people with Darwin fish," said one respondent. "I would imagine it comes across as very disrespectful and sacrilegious to them. I have actually been approached by people who are confused by the Darwin fish on the back of my car and the Christian College of Georgia parking sticker on the front, which is JUST for parking. They wonder how I could have both, so obviously people do put a great amount of stock in what one sticks on their car."

Lessl's study has not been published.


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Contact: Tom Lessl
tlessl@arches.uga.edu
706-542-3263
University of Georgia
21-Sep-1999


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