Horrible, Horrible Warnings


I don’t know anyone who kicks quite as much ass as Desiree Schell does. I don’t know that she does anything that isn’t designed to make the world a better place. Nor does she do it in any sort of haphazard way. She studies. She takes the best of what’s been done before and avoids what didn’t work.

In her talk at Imagine No Religion 2 this May, Desiree shared some of what she’s learned with us.

Comments

  1. oolon says

    Brilliant summary of elevatorgate – There are still vast numbers of clueless comments about that issue which is seriously bizarre given the constant restatement of the facts. I’ve been linking to the actual video where RW made the offhand comment. But given how RWs fissog seems to inspire hate I think I’ll link to this in future. To jump to the relevant part…
    [URL deleted. –SZ]

  2. oolon says

    Oops should have just said add #t=1310 to jump to the relevant part – forgot wordpress tries to be helpful and embeds the video :-(

  3. Pteryxx says

    Direct link for those without embedding:

    youtube link

    (also though youtube’s automatic captioning sort of helps, it’s often hilarious – “intersection dump truck” heee)

  4. Anonymous Atheist says

    Great video, but after watching it, I still remain confused as to the meaning of this blog post title: “Horrible, Horrible Warnings”.

  5. says

    James, everyone loves Des. This is so universally true that I think not loving Des (presuming you’ve met her) suggests some sort of embarassing secret or personality defect. :D

  6. says

    Thanks for this. She really made me think!
    That she was reading it off a script and still delivered the goods was also pretty impressive.

  7. says

    She is a skeptical hero of mine. I was so pleased to get to meet her when she was in Seattle for GeekGirlCon, and she even allowed me the great privilege of an interview while she was here. A truly awesome woman.

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