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Jun 04 2014

More Seattle socializing

We’re meeting clandestinely on Friday, but the Humanists of Washington have also organized a meetup after my talk at Town Hall on Thursday. Join everyone here:

Elephant & Castle
1415 Fifth Avenue
Seattle, WA

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    Crip Dyke, Right Reverend Feminist FuckToy of Death & Her Handmaiden

    Ack! Socializing!

    I’ll have to get Greta’s help deciding what to wear.

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    robertbaty

    The FFRF filed its appeal brief yesterday and Forbes has a story out on it today.

    Y’all might want to chat that subject up as the story continues to develop.

    Here’s the link:

    http://www.forbes.com/sites/peterjreilly/2014/06/04/freedom-from-religion-foundation-on-clergy-housing-income-tax-break/

  3. 3
    Ophelia Benson

    What time is this?

  4. 4
    Ophelia Benson

    Oh never mind, I see; 9:30.

  5. 5
    edmond

    Will it be a mad house celebrity rush? I haven’t been downtown in a while. Will there be parking? I’m excited, but I’m getting a little overwhelmed thinking about it.

  6. 6
    Jonathan Tweet

    I’m attending your talk at the Town Hall and hoping to get to Elephant & Castle, too. Topics I’d love to hear you talk about…

    What’s the worst news from the past year on the atheism and evolution fronts? How about the best news?

    How can evolutionary thinking inform today’s hot-button topics of race and gender? I’m thinking in particular about Nicholas Wade’s book Troublesome Inheritance and the #YesAllWomen campaign.

    People in the US distrust atheists pretty harshly. How do you see that changing (or not) over time? What’s going to change that opinion, if anything?

    And of particular professional and creative interest to me, how do we spread evolutionary understanding to preschoolers, the way creationists spread the idea of Adam and Eve?

    See you tonight.

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    Jonathan Tweet

    Also, what sense are we to make of “atheist churches” like Sunday Assembly?

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