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Monthly Archive: October 2011

Oct 06 2011

Support Larian LaQuella

When I started blogging the first person to give me a leg up was Larian LaQuella whose excellent blogs allowed me to start writing. He recently suffered the personal loss of his sister and is trying to raise money for the college funds of her kids. I know I don’t have many readers but please …

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Oct 06 2011

You seem to have confused opinion with arseholery

Do not google Cephalopodic Lustwith the safe search off. Trust me… When you run a blog, you expect people to read your work. You hope that word of mouth spreads and that people form opinions. You hope that this opinions generates discussion, like a kind of typing based salon that is your comments section except …

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Oct 05 2011

Rights of the Silent Majority – 180

Earlier I spoke of my distaste for the hypothetical game and indeed for Ray Comfort’s take on it. The problem being that people tend to answer the obvious answer in a hypothetical game, that life seldom is yes or no and more often it is various different shades of grey. And that I promised I would review …

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Oct 03 2011

9 out of 10 cats are secretly aliens!

As they say, there are lies, damned lies and statistics, and here we see all three in action. This post attempts to depict christians as some sort of minority, that somehow while 5% of americans identify as atheist their numbers are much much larger. It complains about atheists as if we are some sort of plague. The …

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Oct 02 2011

Hypothetical Games

A friend and me once read a book by Yann Martell called Beatrice and Virgil. We both looked forward to it since Yann stated that his influences were Art Spiegel’s Maus which is one of my favourite graphic novels ever and one I encourage people to read. But we didn’t like it, mainly because of the heavy holocaust …

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