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Monthly Archive: September 2009

Sep 30 2009

Atheism and Uncertainty

How important to atheism is the difference between absolute confidence and a fragment of uncertainty? How important is the difference between the statement, “I think some gods are hypothetically possible, but I think they’re wildly implausible and there’s no good reason to think they exist, and unless I see some better evidence I’m going to …

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Sep 30 2009

Atheist Memes on Facebook: Coincidences Happen

I’m doing a project on my Facebook page: The Atheist Meme of the Day. Every weekday, I’m going post a short, pithy, Facebook-ready atheist meme… in the hopes that people will spread them, and that eventually, the ideas will get through. If you want to play, please feel free to pass these on through your …

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Sep 29 2009

Simple Pleasures: A Review of “First Time”

This review originally appeared on Carnal Nation. Simple Pleasures:First Time Interesting scenarios about sex, simply and skillfully executed, with an eye for both the excitingly hot side of sex and the human side. Sometimes, that’s all it takes. Of course, that’s harder to accomplish than it might seem… First Time, a collection of erotic comics …

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Sep 29 2009

Atheist Memes on Facebook: Hypothetically Possible But Implausible

I’m doing a project on my Facebook page: The Atheist Meme of the Day. Every weekday, I’m going post a short, pithy, Facebook-ready atheist meme… in the hopes that people will spread them, and that eventually, the ideas will get through. If you want to play, please feel free to pass these on through your …

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Sep 28 2009

Atheism and History: A Grandiose Thought

I was thinking about the atheist movement the other day, and I had what I freely admit is a very grandiose thought. I’m actually a little embarrassed to say it in public: but I’ve been finding it inspiring and sustaining as well as grandiose, and it seemed like a thought my readers might be interested …

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Sep 28 2009

Blog Carnivals!

Blog carnivals! For those of you who don’t understand this whole Blog Carnival thing: A blog carnival is a roundup of blog posts on a particular topic. If you’re looking for good blog posts about liberal politics or humanist philosophy or knitting or whatever, it’s a good way of finding them. And it’s a good …

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Sep 28 2009

Atheist Memes on Facebook: Natural Explanations

I’m doing a project on my Facebook page: The Atheist Meme of the Day. Every weekday, I’m going post a short, pithy, Facebook-ready atheist meme… in the hopes that people will spread them, and that eventually, the ideas will get through. If you want to play, please feel free to pass these on through your …

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Sep 25 2009

Atheist Memes on Facebook: Debate is Not Dogma

I’m doing a project on my Facebook page: The Atheist Meme of the Day. Every weekday, I’m going post a short, pithy, Facebook-ready atheist meme… in the hopes that people will spread them, and that eventually, the ideas will get through. If you want to play, please feel free to pass these on through your …

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Sep 25 2009

Part 2 of “When Lacy LeTush Went Blue, Blue, Blue!”, Now on Fishnet

I know. I’m such a tease. Yesterday I promised you a nice dirty story… but all you got was Part 1. But now Part 2 is up! The conclusion of “When Lacy LeTush Went Blue, Blue, Blue!” by Thomas S. Roche is now up on Fishnet, the online erotic fiction magazine that I edit. Here’s …

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Sep 24 2009

Atheist Memes on Facebook: Atheists Have Morality

I’m doing a project on my Facebook page: The Atheist Meme of the Day. Every weekday, I’m going post a short, pithy, Facebook-ready atheist meme… in the hopes that people will spread them, and that eventually, the ideas will get through. If you want to play, please feel free to pass these on through your …

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