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Storytime: Where the were?
Taking advantage of a creative moment here, more Rory Story Cube fun. O’Hare shivered naked in the chill of the moonlit winter night, but not for long. His body soon stretched and twisted with familiar agony as his arms and … Continue reading
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Atheist Scruples: how old should a kid be before killing something?
When I was in junior high school or thereabouts, my eldest cousin was down visiting and his kids and I were playing upstairs at my Grandpa’s. The boy was 4 or so at the time and poking around in the … Continue reading
Posted in Awareness Issues, current events, In the Media Tagged children, death, ethics, games, guns, hunting, morality, Question of Atheist Scruples, responsibility, sports Comments Off on Atheist Scruples: how old should a kid be before killing something?
Recipe for a Saturday
Ingredients 1 day drizzle (or double this for Sunday leftovers) 1 energetic kid 1 inventive mother figure First, divide the day into randomly shaped segments and take turns filling them with ideas. Warning: do not let child think he can … Continue reading
Kids raised without religion have easier time with fact vs fiction
A couple studies were done recently to check how believable 5 and 6 year olds find stories that stretch the imagination. In two studies, 5- and 6-year-old children were questioned about the status of the protagonist embedded in three different … Continue reading
Posted in culture, In the Media, religiosity, skepticism Tagged atheism, Dungeons and Dragons, evil, faith, games, magic, religion, Satan, secularism, skepticism Comments Off on Kids raised without religion have easier time with fact vs fiction
“You are what you eat” – yes, but you don’t eat video games
Fox News reports on two different video games released on the same day, one from Lightside Games focusing on Jesus’ life and the other being the demon haunted Diablo III, a product from Blizzard Entertainment. The timing was not lost … Continue reading
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Post, post.. need a new post…
Sadly, it’s one of those disorganized mornings where late in bed and yet another silly computer game (this time dinosaurs armed with lasers!!) has sucked up my time so you’ll have to just imagine how great today’s post was and … Continue reading
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Would you consider this a pro-creationist dinosaur game?
I would. (edit Feb 12/2012 laugh and a half: read the first comment.) Regular readers know I never do game reviews but I felt like remarking on this one. The game’s called Dino Panic and it’s from GodSeeD Studios, a … Continue reading
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Since I don’t feel like writing…
here’s a list of games I’m trying instead. Planet Basher: use your ship to collect stardust in the sky. The more you collect, the more power you’ll have to collect more. Haunt the House is a cute little poltergeist game … Continue reading
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The One Minion Search Party vol. 42
What the hell did this mean, I wondered: puslespil+dinosaur Turns out puslespil is Norwegian for problem, which led me to a pile of puzzle games I’ve never played before. (Speaking of – the post that popped up on account of … Continue reading
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Morality Movie Monday – Tommy
Touch me, heal me, feel me, see me.. see me wonder what the hell was up with Tommy. From a film perspective, the story telling is shite. But the point of the thing is not to tell a story so … Continue reading
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