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Monthly Archive: January 2011

Jan 31 2011

Jesus loves racial stereotypes

The only way to summarize this video is my reaction: “Oh lord, awful Native American stereotype. Wait, they’re cutting out to a diverse group. They’re not going to go through each – wait – yes, yes they are. Jesus, the Asian eyes aren’t even glued on properly. …Good lord it gets worse and worse. OH …

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Jan 31 2011

Atheists need to wear more polo shirts

From the Purdue Exponent: Fashioning a polo shirt that complemented his witty humor, an atheist high school math teacher recounted how he won his tussle with an influential right-wing group. What? That wasn’t the takeaway point from this article? I guess for Purdue students, it’s important to illustrate that atheists aren’t always running around naked. …

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Jan 30 2011

Pink is always the answer

I’m not sure about the ponies, though. Kittens are obviously a much better tactic for getting women to join atheist groups.

Jan 29 2011

Ken Ham vs. Barry Lynn of Anderson Cooper

tl;dr:Ham: It’s for profit! You just hate Christians!Lynn: You’re a ministry with the explicit goal to convert people to Christianity!Ham: I’m going to ignore everything you say and keep saying “for profit”!Lynn: lol, Flintstones and unicorns.

Jan 29 2011

Off my ASS for the SSA – Week 4

Starting weight: 186.4 lbsLast week’s weight: 179.8 lbsCurrent weight: 178.6 lbsWeight loss this week: 1.2 lbsMy weight was so perfectly stable at 179.8 for the whole week that I thought my scale was broken. But then I magically lost 1.2 lbs this morning. Weight loss is weird. But yeah, not a good week for being …

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Jan 28 2011

The Pop Evolutionary Psychology Game

My friend Jason and I accidentally invented this game while at a party last week. The rules are simple: 1. Make an observation about a particularly odd aspect of human behavior. Example: “Why is it that everyone congregates in the kitchen at parties, even when there’s plenty of space elsewhere?” 2. Come up with an …

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Jan 28 2011

A new way to prank atheists?

Over at Atheism Resource, Katie Hartman discovered that you can send Mormon missionaries to anyone’s house by simply providing a name and address. Oh the discoveries boredom makes. I feel bad for the missionaries that end up at JT’s house. Oh, and those of you that know my address? Don’t even bother – I live …

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Jan 27 2011

One woman’s story of leaving religion

A friend of mine emailed me her story about leaving religion, and I thought it was so revealing that I asked if I could share it. With her permission, please check out her story: Leaving religion was a very hard thing to do and there are still people from my former church who still do …

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Jan 27 2011

One woman's story of leaving religion

A friend of mine emailed me her story about leaving religion, and I thought it was so revealing that I asked if I could share it. With her permission, please check out her story: Leaving religion was a very hard thing to do and there are still people from my former church who still do …

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Jan 27 2011

Why do skepticism and feminism go hand in hand?

Because facts are very useful things to have in your tool belt when arguing your point: Women do not suffer mental health problems such as depression or post-traumatic stress disorder as a result of having an abortion, researchers reported Wednesday. The study, published by Danish scientists in the New England Journal of Medicine, adds to …

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