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Aug 02 2011

Atheists, drive by bb gun shootings, donuts, and a balloon

That summarizes my most interesting night at the Secular Student Alliance annual conference. I should clarify this adventure happened after the end of the final official event of the night, which was socializing at Buffalo Wild Wings. Which also means I and everyone else over the age of 21 were a bit inebriated during these …

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Aug 02 2011

Resurrection was the only solution

I’ve bitched about American Airlines before on my blog, and had issues with them that I didn’t bother to whine about publicly. Compared to other airlines I’ve flown (which is many), AA is the most frequently delayed and has the absolute worst customer service. I found another example of that today, but thankfully it didn’t …

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Aug 02 2011

I’m alive!

Sorry that I haven’t blogged since Thursday – I apologize for all of your withdrawal symptoms. I was at the Secular Student Alliance annual conference and was too busy having an amazing time. I pretty much didn’t sleep for four days straight and I sound like a chain smoker because I’ve lost my voice from …

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Jul 13 2011

PS

I am so freaking excited about this. Which I’m sure will confuse some people, what with it’s promises of obscenity and offense. For which I have to say: Context. Anyway, I’ll be dancing the night away in my little black dress whether people understand or not. Wooooooo!

Jul 13 2011

What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas

Unless it’s wacky or interesting shenanigans at TAM9, in which case it’ll appear here. Not sure when though – I may be too busy at the conference (aka sitting in the hot tub and drinking beer) to update. It feels like JT is the only atheist blogger who’s not coming, so keep him company. Or, …

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Jul 09 2011

The “Don’t Send Jen to Georgia” Fund

Speaking of Skepticon – one of the reasons why I agreed to be part of their photo shoot is because I’m going to be speaking there! Woohooo! So add Springfield, Missouri to my list of exciting travel destinations. You know what I don’t want to add to that list? Georgia. A bit of an explanation …

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Jul 07 2011

My upcoming adventures

I’m going to be a busy little atheist the next couple of months. If you’re coming to these events, make sure to say hello! I don’t bite, I swear. And if you’re not coming to these events…why not? Wed, July 14 to Sun, July 17 The Amaz!ng Meeting 9 Southpoint Casino – Las Vegas, NV …

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Jul 03 2011

My day with Mensa

On Friday I drove down to Portland for the Mensa Annual Gathering, a conference of nearly 2,000 Mensans. I was invited by the Mensa Atheists group (thanks Darlene!) to give a talk on my visit to the Creation Museum. I’m not going to lie – I had no idea what to expect speaking for Mensa. …

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Jun 17 2011

I hate American Airlines

I want to preemptively state: #firstworldproblems Now that that’s out of the way…I hate American Airlines. My flight from Chicago to Seattle was supposed to leave at 8:35 pm. We boarded the plane at the right time – and then sat at the gate for an hour and a half. We had no idea what …

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May 08 2011

I love Canada

I had a blast at the Imagine No Religion conference in Kamloops, BC. The organizers did a fabulous job, especially considering it was the first time this area tried to organize a conference. There were over a hundred attendees and the talks were very high quality. I was particularly moved by Nate Phelps‘s talk about …

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