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Category Archive: meta-post

Jul 04 2008

Hmm, maybe Kazim is right…

OnePlusYou Quizzes and Widgets Now, I don’t take credit for all of these, but I wonder just how far we’ve gone beyond the bounds of civility here. Maybe I should just try to be a lot fucking nicer. Hey, that wasn’t so hard!

Jun 12 2008

On civility and its boundaries

Okay, I want to say a few words to both Martin Wagner and Yomin Postelnik, but the main thrust of the message for both parties is: stop acting like children. Yes, I chatted with Yomin on the phone last night. He tried to get in touch with Martin first, couldn’t find him and then looked …

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May 28 2008

Yes, I know, it’s been rather quiet

That’s because it’s been a rather busy last week or so for me. But I can announce at least one exciting thing to look forward to in June, which is that I am, in fact, attending The Amaz!ng Meeting 6 in Vegas! Last year’s meeting was an experience I’ll always remember (and you can read …

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Dec 31 2007

And a happy new year to you all!

It will be a busy one, I know. For instance, in January, the Texas State Board of Education is slated to “review” science education standards, and we already know the creos are hard at work to undermine them. The pro-science community dealt with this handily back in 2003, and now we’re going to have to …

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Dec 04 2007

We’re Top 40!

At least according to this list of “Top Atheism Blogs.” Granted, we’re right at #40. So I guess I’ll have to get more militant or something.

Nov 21 2007

Gasp! Maybe we aren’t moral!

Apparently we scored this rating due to repeated mentions of the words “hell,” “death,” “sex,” “crap,” “shit,” and “porn.” That’s it. No more discussing the Old Testament around here!

Nov 15 2007

Digg it!

Hi folks. Please allow me to draw your attention to the “Digg this” link in the upper right corner of this post, and all others. If you have a Digg account, you can now conveniently submit recommendations to posts that you enjoyed, which increases our exposure and makes it possible for more atheists to enjoy …

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