I don’t check in with the sub-blogs I love very often. I should do that more. When the content doesn’t move as quickly I tend to forget they’re there.
“...Can we forgive you for using our bodies as stepping stones for your own ambitions and political (yes, political) advancement? Can we forgive you in your endeavors to deny me and members of my community the rights granted under the 14th Amendment of the United States Constitution to equal protection under the law,…
Rather, a had a creepy experience with what I assume was electromagnetic interference in a building’s intercom system.
SERIOUSLY, CATHOLICISM? I know you’re all about reverence and shit, but c’mon?
From boing boing;
May you get all of the presents and none of the guilt!
Is this thing still on? Hello my heathen friends. Come talk over the holidays and complain about stuff. Or talk about whatever you want! Free gift label included.
My daughter read this article to me while I was washing dinner. The gist is that the more an Americans goes to church, the more they tend to support torturing people. The article is from 2009, so it’s a few years old. But reads:
It’s sure to create controversy, its message misinterpreted by some (or, more likely, many), but it’s taking the right people to task: lawmakers, especially Republicans, whose platitudes are indeed meaningless pablum on a night like tonight.
An update from Southeast Texas Humanist Alliance:
Congratulations to Massachusetts resident and practicing Pastafarian Lindsay Miller, who is the new owner of a driver’s license on which she is depicted sporting a colander as a hat.
A mere 3.1% of American adults identify themselves as atheists. But as a recent survey shows, this increasingly important demographic consists of surprisingly diverse, and even contradictory, subsets of non-believers.
I recently came across this Salon article from 2012 that is adapted from a book called Brain Wars. This article summarizes the research, however limited, on Out of Body Experiences (OBEs) and Near Death Experiences (NDEs).
For me, it’s being grounded in reality.
‘Cause it’s the rapture, baby! Today all pious people get to meet Sky Daddy and their promised planet per wife or something while us cool people get to have a pool party in hell. Just don’t go to the other special room with child molesters and people who talk in the theater, we don’t like those.
Hey, I know this sub-blog isn’t too active, so let’s just check in and chat. What’s going on in your life? How are you being good without God? How have you oppressed the Christian majority lately?
When I first walked into the courtroom for jury selection, I was greeted by giant gold letters above the judge’s head that read “IN GOD WE TRUST.”
This translates loosely as “Finally, on the important issues we are in agreement.”