Talked to a Creationist...
They said that they didn't believe in evolution and I asked if they just hadn't seen compelling evidence or what. They said they believed that the Earth was created 10 or 20 thousand years ago by god and all that. They had decided that evolution was wrong in high school... sophomore year bio, when they said to themselves "that's ridiculous, I didn't come from organic soup". Evidentially, high school bio is all that is needed to make a judgment on evolution. They tried to bring up the second law of thermodynamics and the claim that all mutations were bad. I'm good at shooting down the misuse of the second law of thermodynamics, but I couldn't remember the number of mutations that occur per generation (I want to say it's somewhat like 60 copy errors or something introduced) which are generally neutral in effect. Nor did I point out how egotistical the reasoning of "No, I'm special!" is.
On the bright side, I did introduce someone else to talkorigins.org. They were wondering about the second law of thermodynamics and I had a feeling that they had been listening to a creationist recently.