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Monthly Archive: March 2010

Mar 27 2010

Don’t feed the trolls

Hey everyone, this is just a friendly reminder to not feed trolls in the comments. I’m “privileged” to now be trolled by the infamous DM/Dennis Markuze/David Mabus/nostradamus/etc, a literally insane Canadian that is fond of leaving crazed rambling and death threats on atheist blogs. Between my honors thesis, classes, and clubs, I don’t have time …

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Mar 27 2010

Don't feed the trolls

Hey everyone, this is just a friendly reminder to not feed trolls in the comments. I’m “privileged” to now be trolled by the infamous DM/Dennis Markuze/David Mabus/nostradamus/etc, a literally insane Canadian that is fond of leaving crazed rambling and death threats on atheist blogs. Between my honors thesis, classes, and clubs, I don’t have time …

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Mar 27 2010

Event at Purdue: Kicking the Christian Strawman

If you’re in the West Lafayette area, you may be interested in an event we’re holding next week! Kicking the Christian Strawman: What Christians are really likeTalk and Q&A w/ Rev. Jon WeyerWed, March 316:00 pm in PHYS 223Free, Open to public Atheists spend so much time trying to get religious people to understand them, …

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Mar 26 2010

Popped my Star Wars cherry

I have a very important announcement to make. I just watched Star Wars: A New Hope for the very first time. That’s right, ever. Previously I had only seen very small clips, though I knew the whole plot thanks to being surrounded by nerds. I also have never seen Episodes 5 and 6. The worst …

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Mar 24 2010

Homeopathy: Now for vaginas too!

Phil over at Skeptic Money is always keeping his eye out for silly homeopathic scams. Now he’s “found one just for the ladies“: There is now a “treatment” for a yeast infection. It is called Yeast Gard. It has no side effects. Actually, it has no effects. Here are the “active” ingredients: Candida albicans 28x, …

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Mar 23 2010

Interdisciplinary research (comic)

I love PHD Comics. Because even though I say I read it to prepare me for grad school, it’s already so much like my life. For example:Let’s see… I work in the Ecological Genetics Laboratory but get paid by Genetics (and previously Howard Hughes). My Advisor is in Forestry and Natural Resources but my other …

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Mar 23 2010

I need your help!

At tomorrow’s biweekly club meeting we’re playing Creationist Bingo. It should be hilarious fun. Does anyone have suggestions for hilarious creationist youtube videos we can show of actual creationists parroting the same idiotic tripe over and over? Real creationists, not people spoofing them. I’m sure it’s not hard to find, but I’m busy with school …

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Mar 22 2010

Dating tips for the 1938 woman

This is too good not to share. PBH3 has found an 1938 Dating Guide for single women, and it’s a goldmine of unintentional hilarity. Here’s an example of one of the tips:Pssshhh, who cares about women’s interests! All they do is talk about clothes anyway! Go check it out. If it doesn’t make you laugh, …

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Mar 21 2010

James Randi = Dumbledore

The atheist blogosphere is overflowing with coverage about the news that James Randi has come out as gay. Like everyone else, I want to congratulate him on being brave enough to make this public. It’s a bit sad that he had to wait until he was 81 to do so, but I think that really …

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Mar 19 2010

My Easter Bunny, Tooth Fairy, and Santa stories

This is a question from formspring.me. Go ask me something! OK so we are covered on the god side, but when/how did you figure out the more realistic things like Santa™ and the tooth fairy? And sorry of we are taking away FF time. This is kind of entertaining though. Even though I’m a life-long …

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