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Monthly Archive: May 2008

May 27 2008

I See Your Gauntlet and Raise You an Attack Woozle

John Pieret has found a self-righteous fuckhead of a Christian pastor who’s stupid enough to challenge atheists: Paul Dean, pastor of Providence Baptist Church in Greer, South Carolina, has an article at Crosswalk that throws down a gauntlet: One of the basic dynamics that attends any worldview thatis contrary to the Christian worldview is a …

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May 26 2008

Happy Hour Discurso

Today’s opining on the public discourse. In Memorium 4,083 United States soldiers and 312 Coalition soldiers killed for a lie. How did it come to this? How the fuck did America end up with a rabid bunch of insane power-mongers at the helm, perfectly willing to steer our nation straight into disaster for their own …

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May 26 2008

How To Convert Dana Hunter

After the diatribe below, we can all stand some laughs. So here it is. Driving home tonight, I got to thinking: what would it really take to convince me, on a personal level, that God exists? Aside from God descending from Heaven, subjecting Himself to a battery of scientific tests that prove His divinity, and …

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May 26 2008

Dear Smarmy Christians: Knock it the Hell Off

I’ve been hanging about more in comments threads lately than I ordinarily do, and I’ve noticed an annoying trend: some Christians seem to have an overwhelming compulsion to jump into the midst of a pool of atheists, splash water, and crow, “Hey, look – you’re baptized!” Knock it the fuck off. It’s annoying. It’s childish. …

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May 26 2008

Dancing on Top of the World

You know that giddy kind of excitement when you can’t sit still, your eyes start to tear up, you randomly squeal, and your face is twitching? Yeah. That’s me. Right now. Lots o’ reasons. For one, this blog has attracted an amazing group of truly incredible people, and a whole passel of truly incredible people …

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May 25 2008

Happy Hour Discurso

Today’s opining on the public discourse. Alas, I’m in a good mood. Work is slow, the sun’s been out, it’s a mellow day, and hard to drum up enough angst to be the cantankerous cantinera you’ve all come to expect. But let’s see what we can do. I just have a quick question here: what …

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May 25 2008

Literal vs. Philosophical: FIGHT!

Admitting I’m an atheist has seriously damaged my research, but not my enjoyment of cheesy martial arts fantasy films. Go figure. Allow me to ‘splain. Or at least sum up. I’m deep into research on the soul for the upcoming short story my Wise Readers have valiantly volunteered to vet. That research involves digging into …

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May 25 2008

A Re-Introduction

Well, it seems that I’m not such an incompetent blogger as I thought! It seems that one of our host’s friends, George, took notice of my “Candidates and Classrooms” post – it was mentioned over at Decrepit Old Fool. I am flattered for the mention, and my thanks go out to the author! One minor …

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May 24 2008

Academia: AP vs IB

Thank you for your comments on my last entry, “Candidates and Classrooms”, and reading one of them mentioned the value of the AP classes. So here’s my spiel: AP, or Advanced Placement, is indeed a very beneficial path to take during your high school career. I might have considered taking a few of the tests, …

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May 24 2008

Carnival Business #4

My darlings, we are almost ready to take the world by storm! Just a few things left to do: Etha Williams needs Elitist Bastard quotes for a random quote generator she’s putting together. If you have a quote that oozes elitist bastardry, be sure to drop it by. The title bar is still sadly lacking …

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