Nov 17 2011

Off to Skepticon – Brief Blog Semi-Break

I’m off to Skepticon today, I’ll be gone through Monday — and I don’t know how my time or my Internet connectivity will be when I’m away. (Hotels usually have wireless, but they sometimes make you pay for it, and I’m cheap.) So I may or may not be blogging much, or indeed at all, for the next few days. (I’ll do a Fashion Friday piece if I can — I know you’re all waiting breathlessly to hear my verdict on the new shellac manicures — but I’m making no promises.) See y’all soon!


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  1. 1
    Monado, FCD

    Have fun!

    Maybe you can do e-mail updates or put your twitter feed into a miniblog in the sideabar.

  2. 2
    RealityEnforcer, Roaming Bear, terror of the Boy Scouts

    Hello from fellow Skepticon travelers! We just checked in to the hotel, after a thankfully boring flight.

  3. 3
    Daniel Fincke

    I bet if you’d just put a donate button to pay for your wireless so you could blog, you’d probably have generated a thousand bucks from desperate greta junkies ;)

  4. 4

    Have fun!

    Wish I could be there. Maybe next time.

  5. 5

    I just met you in the parking lot! And, the wifi is free, thus allowing me to post this comment. :)

  6. 6

    Came to Skepticon 4 from Arkansas! Absolutely loved your talk. I came to Skepticon as a very passive person, seeing no reason to interfere with other’s religion. Your speech made me justifiably angry, and I love it! Of course, this doesn’t mean I’ll be burning down places, but it does give me a new passion and drive to be more active in my local SSA than I already am. Keep up the inspiring work! <3

  7. 7

    I was at Skepticon over the weekend and I have to admit it was a blast! I just happened to StumbleUpon this and thought you’d share the small laugh it gave me!

  8. 8

    Just saw you at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GUI_ML1qkQE. I couldn’t avoid to repost it everywhere, and also I feel a urge to hug you, and pay you a beer or something.

    Thank you for your anger and for your public standing.

    You are a true model of reason and morality.

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