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Aug 04 2010

Prop 8 has been overturned!

CNN and LA Times confirm via their breaking news tickers. … YAAAAAAAY! Feel free to have a big gay celebration in the comments. Woo!

Jun 10 2010

You guys are amazing – TAM goal reached!

It was brought to my attention that the ChipIn widget wasn’t updating, but it doesn’t matter – you guys obliterated my goal! I went to bed soon after making the fundraising post at 2:30am, and upon waking up at 10:30am you all had donated $1,562. Holy fuckballs. I’m seriously tearing up. I put a low …

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May 03 2010

I'm going to be published!!!

Yes, that warrants three exclamation marks. You may or may not have heard of the book The Atheist’s Guide to Christmas. It was released in the UK last year to raise money for the Terrence Higgins Trust, a UK HIV charity. Here’s a little summary of the book from Amazon: 42 atheist celebrities, comedians, scientists …

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May 03 2010

I’m going to be published!!!

Yes, that warrants three exclamation marks. You may or may not have heard of the book The Atheist’s Guide to Christmas. It was released in the UK last year to raise money for the Terrence Higgins Trust, a UK HIV charity. Here’s a little summary of the book from Amazon: 42 atheist celebrities, comedians, scientists …

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Apr 27 2010

Boobquake on the Colbert Report

The Colbert Report Mon – Thurs 11:30pm / 10:30c <td style='padding:2px 1px 0px 5px;' colspan='2'Boobquake Day Causes Earthquake www.colbertnation.com Colbert Report Full Episodes Political Humor Fox News When I heard “Iran,” I sat up on the couch. When I heard “cleric,” I sat on the edge of my seat. When I heard “boobquake” I jumped …

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Apr 11 2010

My professor's Holocaust story

Today is Holocaust Remembrance Day. On Friday our newspaper ran a piece about the upcoming Greater Lafayette Holocaust Remembrance Conference, which featured the story of one of my former professors here at Purdue. As a former student, her story was especially touching to me, but I thought all of you would enjoy it. I’ve added …

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Apr 11 2010

My professor’s Holocaust story

Today is Holocaust Remembrance Day. On Friday our newspaper ran a piece about the upcoming Greater Lafayette Holocaust Remembrance Conference, which featured the story of one of my former professors here at Purdue. As a former student, her story was especially touching to me, but I thought all of you would enjoy it. I’ve added …

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Sep 02 2009

Non-theist callout an insane success

I’m home from the Society of Non-Theists’ callout, eating a late dinner and drinking a much needed beer. I personally think callouts are the most stressful events to hold because they really set the precedent for the year. Can’t have people come to events if they don’t know about your club. They’re extra stressful when …

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Jul 27 2009

Homeless Atheist leaves Millions of Dollars to Charities

There’s a great story over at NPR about a homeless man who surprised them by leaving them $4 million dollars when he died. He had to money to live luxuriously, but instead he lived the simplest life possible: “When Walters retired, he evidently retired from the world of material comforts. He didn’t have a car. …

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Jul 24 2009

10 Hours until the Blogathon!

I’ve been itching to make a lot of different posts today, but I was selfish and decided to save them up for tomorrow’s Blogathon. It’s hard enough coming up with 49 posts – I don’t need to go and waste them hours before it starts. I have a good list of ideas accumulated, and I’m …

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