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I have noticed that a lot of atheists and skeptics will still say “Oh my god” or “Jesus” when they are surprised by something.
I always tell people, “Don’t use the g-word”, or “Don’t use the j-word.”
People will defend the practice by saying that it is due to habit. Some excuse it, saying that it is just part of the culture.
For those who say it is habit, I say: Say strong, my naturalistic brothers and sisters. Change your habits to reflect your rational…Continue
There was a meeting of the Chicago Latino Atheistsa couple of weeks ago.
As usual, there were a few new people. Martha was not able to make it. Jose was there. Jaime was there. Unfortunately, Jaime’s wife was not there. We needed La Acha there, because Francisco was there. We started with introductions, and it felt like…Continue
I was in Texas recently for a few days. It was my fifth trip to Texas. I went in May 2010 to Dallas, Austin, Houston and San Antonio. I went in August 2011 to Dallas and Austin. I went in September 2011 to Dallas. I went in April 2012 to Austin, and lastly August 2012 to Austin. Every time I go it feels like a magic land of opportunity.
So why a picture of Oregon for this post? I am looking for a job, and I have been speaking with a firm in Portland. The technology they are using…Continue
The monthly Latino Atheistsmeeting was today. I did not make it. I woke up late. But Martha was there and gave me an update.
Jose is in Washington, DC for a month. Jaime was actually at a baptism. Apparently there are still religious people in his family.
It was her, Francisco and Margaret. Martha gave me the impression that it was mostly Francisco giving his usual speech: The world is going to !!!!!!…Continue