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Name: Avicenna Last
Date registered: February 22, 2012
URL: http://freethoughtblogs.com/amilliongods/


An Atheist Medical Student Stuck in a Land of a Million Gods.

Latest posts

  1. I Get Mail – Haterade/Jaclyn Glenn/Fake Muslim — July 24, 2014
  2. Peace on our Dime – Israel/Palestine — July 23, 2014
  3. East India Comedy – Sex — July 22, 2014
  4. A Voice for Me – Paul Elam vs Matt Binder — July 22, 2014
  5. Protective Edge – MSF report from Gaza — July 22, 2014

Most commented posts

  1. Official Warning – Pitchguest — 162 comments
  2. You are Judged by the Company You Keep — 161 comments
  3. Atheism and Islamophobia — 158 comments
  4. Faux Rape Accusations and Richard Sanderson — 149 comments
  5. Chicken Pox — 141 comments

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Jul 10 2014

A sort of defence of Voluntourism – It’s not Imperialism, it’s being nice

You got to start somewhere. You got to learn somewhere.

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Jul 07 2014

A Response to Charles Moore – Atheism is not a Sad Business

Charles Moore’s piece in the Daily Telegraph‘s gone viral. It’s created a debate of over 4000 posts and has hundreds if not thousands of views on facebook when I found it. And I have a response. See what Charles Moore has constructed is a straw man. In fact? It’s so strawmanny I am surprised it …

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Jul 06 2014

Grave of the Fireflies

TW – Starvation and Spoilers. I once starved.

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Jul 05 2014

A Thug in Velvet – Revisited

Around a decade ago there was a watershed in Indian culture. We saw a concept come about in India and abroad. It was called the New Indian Male. The very idea of the New Indian Male was a gentleman. He wore clothes that fit and wasn’t picked out by his mother. He understood fashion. He …

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Jul 01 2014

Repost – Pay No Attention to the Woman Behind the Curtain

Trigger Warnings abound, the reader has asked to remain anonymous but wishes to tell us a story… I have edited it for spelling and helped by westernising the language since the reader’s first language isn’t English and when Indians write they often use colloquialisms but it’s a voice that I feel that we must all …

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Jun 30 2014

Musical Monday

Heading in for an exam. Going to leave on this note…

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Jun 30 2014

How to fight the Islamic Trojan Horse? Accept Jesus!

There is a double standards in the UK with regards to religion in schools. We don’t mind the teaching of “Christian” values. See Christian values are seen as local and from places that are near to us. So if we hear Christian hymns being sung in schools, we turn a blind eye to it. If …

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Jun 29 2014

No Blurred Lines

What follows… is a response to Robin Thicke’s Blurred Lines. Let us just say that Blurred Lines was pretty damn  shady. Okay it had a catchy beat. Okay it’s video basically was pornography. It was popular. But it was tasteless and had issues with the way it treated women and the rapey context of the …

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Jun 29 2014

Baa!!! – An Idiot’s Guide to Herd Immunity

One of the things I realise is that the anti-vaccination lobby often utilise fairly unorthodox methodology to spread their ideas. See? Science writing generally tends to stick to fairly well trodden paths. Even pop sci. Popular Science is science written to simplicity and provided with glossy photos and cool diagrams. But the thing with Pop …

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Jun 28 2014

Ann Coulter Doesn’t Get Football

Yeah this kind of needs to be done. It is no secret that I love football. I grew up watching it. I am rather irritated that I cannot see the matches at the moment and that England managed to go out with a whimper rather than a bang. It’s no secret that I was a …

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