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Monthly Archive: January 2011

Jan 18 2011

My talk on the Creation Museum is tonight!

It’s at 7:00pm at the Blue Star Cafe in Wallingford (more info here). It’s my favorite talk to give, so hopefully if you’re in Seattle you’ll come check it out!

Jan 17 2011

Another reason I’m glad I moved

Remember how Arizona wanted to instate horribly racist anti-immigration laws, and there was national uproar, from protests to boycotts? Well, apparently Indiana didn’t want to be left out of all the fun (emphasis mine): A state lawmaker thinks it’s time Indiana followed Arizona’s lead in cracking down on illegal immigration — and wants to go …

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Jan 17 2011

Ladies: How difficult was it leaving organized religion?

At my talk for the Seattle Atheists on Saturday (which went fabulously, thanks to those who showed up!), an audience member posed a very interesting question. Why are women more likely to be religious if the vast majority of religions are so sexist? It’s a question that’s been posed before, with some of the less …

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Jan 15 2011

My new favorite song

How can I not like something with the line “When you’re swimming through your pussy vault like Scrooge Fuckin’ McDuck”? Brilliant.

Jan 15 2011

Off my ASS for the SSA – Week 2

Starting weight: 186.4 lbsLast week’s weight: 181.8 lbsCurrent weight: 182.8 lbsWeight loss this week: -1.0 lbs Whoopsie! But I’m not worried – so many things cause minor fluctuations in weight, and I was down to 180.2 earlier this week. Since then I started EA Sports Active (less evil now that I’m on Easy mode, but …

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Jan 13 2011

The “New Astrology” explained… sort of

I used to be really into astrology. I mean really into it – I had multiple books, drew up my own charts with computer programs, and even did a speech on it for my high school speech class. Being a lifelong atheist, it was my one woo of choice, and I’ve written about this embarrassing …

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Jan 13 2011

The "New Astrology" explained… sort of

I used to be really into astrology. I mean really into it – I had multiple books, drew up my own charts with computer programs, and even did a speech on it for my high school speech class. Being a lifelong atheist, it was my one woo of choice, and I’ve written about this embarrassing …

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Jan 13 2011

Speaking in Seattle this week… twice!

If you Seattlites aren’t sick of seeing me yet, you should come to one of my talks this week! Or you can be an Uber Fan and come to BOTH! Crazy, I know. Here’s the info if you’re interested: Boobquake and its AftershocksSaturday, January 15th at 1:00 pmFollowed by a town hall-style discussion on how …

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Jan 13 2011

More quotes from the lab

There’s another first year graduate student rotating in the same lab that I’m rotating in, though he’s working on a different project from me. How do our projects differ, you ask? 1st Year: *talking to another labmate about something completely off topic*Post doc: Hey, that’s five minutes you just wasted that could have gone toward …

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Jan 13 2011

Ironic research

Male Labmate: Isn’t it kind of funny that a feminist blogger is researching the Y chromosome?Me: I’m just doing it so I can scientifically prove that males are inferior. Or so I can study human evolution on a haploid chromosome. Something like that.

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