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Today’s Facebook Find – Imagine if you were 9 again

Weird Tales Magazine offered up the following What If recently: You wake up and you are yourself, but nine years old. You know everything you know now. What do you do? Question: have I gone back in time to age … Continue reading

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Question of Atheist Scruples – bad teacher?

One of your professors is an incompetent teacher who grades too easy. Some classmates have a petition demanding his replacement. Do you sign it? Three personal history stories first: First story. My K-7 elementary school didn’t have a French-specialist teacher … Continue reading

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“Graffiti is bad. Go play sports.”

The Man and I got Community season 5 from the library this past week and we’re so happy that it’s as good as the other seasons. We’re big fans. The blog post title comes from their take on G.I. Joe … Continue reading

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Black Jesus haters: The best opinion is the uninformed opinion

First, I quote: Monica Cole, director of One Million Moms, said the show is “blasphemous, irreverent and disrespectful.” Her group is basing its criticisms on the show’s YouTube trailer, which shows Jesus using explicit language and includes violence and drinking. … Continue reading

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So, who’s going to watch Atheist TV on July 29th, 2014?

What is it they’re offering? the channel will broadcast 24 hours, mostly with licenses and pre-recorded content, such as documentaries by the Richard Dawkins Foundation as well as a talk show titled “Atheist Viewpoint” and a call-in show, “Atheist Experience”. … Continue reading

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The One Minion Search Party – back in the saddle again

Now that my hours have altered at work, blogging doesn’t require setting aside the first few hours of my morning (5-8am) for hard core writing sessions. I didn’t mind when I was single because I had no after work life … Continue reading

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The promises the pro misses

Pro? Ha ha.. this here’s strictly amateur hour, but you already knew that. I’d mentioned a while back that I had a copy of Believing Bullshit kicking around I’d been intending to write about. Apologies to Stephen Law, the author, … Continue reading

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If the world ends in 2012, we won’t have to watch CG Bible

I don’t watch much television so the name Mark Burnett means nothing to me, specifically, but fans of his “reality” programming might be interested in the fact that he’s going to try his hand at a 5 part/10 hour Bible … Continue reading

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Instead of blogging this morning

I spent my morning watching the first two new episodes of Doctor Who. Holy fish sticks and custard! “Normal” blogging will resume on the morrow.

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My brain’s offline

I took the weekend off from posting and can’t get the head in action to be interested in any blogging today. At least, nothing on a topic of interest. I went to Sucker Punch with friends Friday night. It was … Continue reading

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