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Bigots aren’t entitled to be bigots.

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I was listening to NPR yesterday, and was witness to yet another of the endless attempts by homophobic, power hungry, politicizing bigots to take civil rights away from people. This time it was a discussion of the upcoming political tempest in a teapot – since gay marriage worked so great for Republicans in 2004, they’re […]

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Hmm

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I am suddenly finding it somewhat fateful that I posted a link to a 50s video on sexual predation just prior to actually sending such a person to jail. And he wasn’t even homosexual!! In fact… he regularly volunteered for a charity organization and was a churchgoer. Shocking, eh?

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Palindromes

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“But isn’t there any hope?” “For what? We hope or despair because of the way we’ve been programmed. Genes and randomness. That’s all there is, and none of it matters.” “Does that mean you’re not going to get married and have children?” “I have no innate desire to get married or have kids. That’s beyond […]

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Logic? Who needs it?

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Who wants to tear this guy’s essay apart? It basically amounts to: “Oh yeah?? Well I can rephrase your argument concerning lack of evidence just by replacing the names in the writing, so it doesn’t count!” Not that he actually tries to prove Jesus existed or anything, because hey, that one’s a given. He just […]

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What Is The Difference Between These Two Statements?

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“Allah smote the wicked people in their wicked city.” (Fundie Islamist referring to 9/11 / NYC) “God smote the wicked people in their wicked city.” (Fundie Christian referring to NOLA / Katrina) It’s time for people to wake up and see religion for what it truly is: a means of control. An opiate. A destructive, […]

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