Monthly Archives: March 2009

When Atheists Attack

I am often quite critical of religion on my blog (with good reason I believe). However I do believe there are appropriate times and places for such criticism, and there are inappropriate times and places. For instance, if I ask … Continue reading

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Eight Random Reasons To Follow Phil Plait

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Posted in Humor, Science, Skepticism, Website | 4 Comments

Quote of the Moment

No matter how you care to define it, I do not identify with the local group. Planet, species, race, nation, state, religion, party, union, club, association, neighborhood improvement committee; I have no interest in any of it. I love and … Continue reading

Posted in Humor, Psychology | 1 Comment

Facebook finds certain links abusive…?

Occasionally I post things to FaceBook that I don’t post here, because I don’t have the time to go into the detail I think is needed to make it a good blog entry, but on FB you can post just … Continue reading

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Tim Minchin’s “Storm”

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What’s a good price to sell my daughter into slavery?

I caught this particular video from Unreasonable Faith, which is a blog I’ve followed for some time now (well actually since he added me on facebook and I found his blog). I’d have to his blog is one of my … Continue reading

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Thoughts on State Sponsored Murder

I have had many discussions in my life on State Sponsored Murder (some of you may refer to it as the Death Penalty). Usually this does not lead to a consensus, in fact it usually leads to a heated discussion … Continue reading

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Five positive religious headlines

I am accused at times of being overly critical of religion, and religious believers. In an attempt to balance that a bit, I thought I would post a few headlines of news articles that show religion in a more positive … Continue reading

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Fifty People, One Question: Washington D.C.

The video does not show my question, but I get a split second cameo on this very cool video which is part of the footage for a documentary a couple of guys are working on. I’d definitely recommend checking them … Continue reading

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Thoughts on “Revealing the Atheist Stereotype”

Recently Atheist Revolution had a post: Revealing the Atheist Stereotype. On the post vjack said something that struck me as odd. My goal here is not to challenge the accuracy of this stereotype but merely to uncover it so that we all … Continue reading

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