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Monthly Archive: September 2012

Sep 12 2012

I get e-mail: Mitt Romney is super likable

Sometimes I get e-mail that I have to share. Subj: FW: Why should we vote for Mitt Romney when he is such a despicable unlikeable guy? This is the man who should be President of theUnited States! A lot is being said in the media about Mitt Romney not being “likable” or that he doesn’t “relate …

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Sep 11 2012

The “We” of It: An Apology

Last night, another atheist leader stepped down from her position. She was a name I recognized, perhaps not as prominent as others who have taken breaks, who have found themselves preferring an indefinite hiatus to a former passion. Right here and now, her name and the Why don’t matter. She’s one of many who have …

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Sep 10 2012

Oh hai!

Oh hai there! I’m Kate Donovan. It’s lovely to meet all of you too. I’m sorry to have disappeared for a bit after JT (accidentally) and Ashley (intentionally) announced I’d be writing here. I just moved  back to school, then promptly got viciously sick, left my computer at a friend’s apartment in Chicago, and basically …

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Sep 09 2012

Stalkers: Welcome to life as a girl on the internet

I think people sometimes underestimate the weirdness that one faces by being a semi-public online woman.  The following is a story about extreme creepiness and stalkerdom.  I was asked by another stalkee to publish the stalker’s name — I felt justified in doing so on my own, but probably wouldn’t have, but since she has …

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Sep 08 2012

People looking out for Hollywood writers: Eddie Kritzer, the scam that will not die

I got the following comment today, and I’m sharing it as a blog post for everyone.  If you haven’t read the Eddie Kritzer saga, I will include a bundle of links at the end. Just a PSA to keep Eddie Kritzer (a.k.a. Andy King) on the radar. I’m almost certain a weekly post on Craigslist …

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Sep 05 2012

New Co-Blogger: Kate Donovan

Exciting news!  Kate Donovan, known for her writing at Teen Skepchick, Friendly Atheist, and other places, is going to be joining me here as my co-blogger.  JT Eberhard accidentally announced this early, so I’m going to post it without her official blurb or anything because I AM NOT PATIENT. I’ve been somewhat slack on keeping …

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Sep 05 2012

Sometimes the bad guys win

It was very refreshing for me to spend the weekend at the skeptic conference at Dragon*Con this weekend.  When you spend most of your time working in this movement online, it can lose a lot of its appeal.  In real life, most of the people I know who care about atheism and skepticism are really …

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