From the Latin for "thus", [sic] is used to indicate that the preceding is intended to be read as it is written. In an age of politically correct language, [sic] is employed more frequently than it was in the days when 'man' was an accepted term to indicate 'humankind'.

From the English for "sick", I use [sick] to indicate that the preceding is definitely not intended to be accepted as it is written.

Thus, intelligent [sick] design theory is written to indicate that there is nothing intelligent (logical, reasonable, intellectually acceptable) about the contention of of our Special Creation by an "intelligent [sick] designer". Heck, we aren't even particularly well designed!

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