March 2010 Blog Posts (105)

D DAY 2010

Monday is the new date for all cessassation of all smoking products this

sadly includes all forms of the greatest plant know to man. The Plant

has my respect, it has givem me many a right good belly laugh and i love

love plant, i will never ever forgot the times we shared.

i plan to spend the last days we have going over old times while

listening too a variety to music, my heart while always be with you


love you plant take care… Continue

Added by a7 on March 16, 2010 at 7:17pm — 2 Comments

Spectrum of Theistic Probability

Popularized by Richard Dawkins in The God Delusion, the Spectrum of Theistic Probability is a way of categorizing one’s belief regarding the probability of the existence of a deity.

After being mentally energized but also exhausted by attending…


Added by Jin-oh Choi on March 16, 2010 at 9:46am — 4 Comments

Cigarettes and Chaplains: Bad for the Military, Good for the Troops?

Recently there's been a lot of talk on wether or not the military is going to ban smoking for it's enlisted men and women. I have mixed feelings about it.

I think it would be good, obviously, if the people who have to run around carrying the heavy guns, avoiding enemy fire, didn't smoke. They'd be healthier, more efficient, and would be more prepared for true worst-case scenarios (that's saying something for the military).

Think of it this way:…

Added by Jake on March 16, 2010 at 1:03am — 2 Comments

I'm a gift from God

I like picking on my facebook friends. Mostly because they aren't friends. But anyway...

This girl is trying to convince me she is a gift from God. Okay sure.

But she really truly believes that she was a soul or something floating around in the sky, and as soon as her parents conceived her, she came from the sky and formed in her mother, and that her mother's uterus was merely a passageway for her to come from the sky to the physical earth, and when she dies, she's going to leave… Continue

Added by Desirai on March 16, 2010 at 12:47am — 3 Comments

Agnostic Salvation Hour: interviews with Bob Price and Steve Wells

Just uploaded two new episodes of the show. We interview Robert Price and Steve Wells (author of the Skeptics Annotated Bible). Please take a look and let us know what

you think.…


Added by Marshall on March 15, 2010 at 11:52pm — No Comments

When Mountains Shake

Early Saturday morning, my husband's best friend (whom we will call MD) decided to descend over a steep ridge on his snowmobile. The snow was fresh and heavy, the day was beautiful. Immediately, he broke off an avalanche behind him. Before he probably literally even knew what was happening, the force of the snow gathering strength behind him snapped his neck and then ragdolled him through the rocks (breaking his ribs and both legs), and on through to the bowl (ie, a valley) where it buried him… Continue

Added by M on March 15, 2010 at 8:19pm — 5 Comments

weak liberal scots goverment

I knew this headline was ready to be splashed accross the media, a weak do good scottish liberal govermet bowed to pressure from similar liberal do-gooders to release a mass murdering terrorist back to his homeland.

we should have invaded lybia with regimme change our first goal, now the fuckers are laughing in our faces, until we toughen up and strike at the heart of the terrorist using any meals possible while we be safe and secure in our homes without the fear of some brainwashed… Continue

Added by a7 on March 15, 2010 at 7:30pm — No Comments

"Well that puts an end to that controversy"...

That's what an employee at Clear Channel said to my husband when he went to pick up the "Are you good without God. Millions are." billboards for me last Friday. When he backed up our minivan to load the vinals, (from which relic totebags are being fashioned) the guy eyeballed our bumper stickers and emblems.and made his comment, "Well that puts an end to that…


Added by Andrea Steele on March 15, 2010 at 6:30pm — No Comments

It's time to put the Ameican People FIRST!

My former business partner died about 4 weeks ago. She had been fighting cancer for over 15 years.

Due to a third rate doctor and an HMO, she was misdiagnosed and nickel and dimed to death for years by them.

But HMO’s are very proven experts in the “Nickel and Dime” game.

I use to be in the insurance business back in the mid 1990’s.

It was the “Seniors” market. Medicare and Long Term Care.

Many people switch to the HMO’s for the “free” insurance.

Most of them had never… Continue

Added by Rick on March 15, 2010 at 3:06pm — 1 Comment

School Cancels Prom Instead of Allowing Lesbian to Attend

This is the email addy and phone # to the School District that canceled the prom. The VM Box is full this weekend, But I intend to call on Monday to respectfully shame them for their bad behavior.

Care to join me?

Teresa McNeece - Superintendent
Phone (662)862-2159 Ext 14

Added by Lili Morgan on March 14, 2010 at 3:07pm — 3 Comments

Faith makes things possible

I just drove by the local baptist church, and their sign declares "Faith makes things possible". And, I thought, what a bizarre concept. Now, faith may give one the impetus to try something he doesn't think he can do, but it doesn't make them possible, and it sure as hell doesn't make something that is impossible, possible. As I tried to get my brain to grasp this concept, I realized that for me to believe such a concept would require a complete reconfiguration of my total view of reality. And… Continue

Added by Doug Reardon on March 14, 2010 at 2:35pm — 4 Comments

Sunday Morning Service - 14MAR

Sunday Morning Service

14 MAR 2010

For the 52nd consecutive Sunday!

Links of Interest

It seems every month-or-so we have to refer someone to one of Nelson's greatest posts; I hope he doesn't mind me stealing this, but I thought it just had to be the first link you… Continue

Added by Johnny on March 14, 2010 at 5:00am — 2 Comments

Religions tangled web - Or how Atheism made me a better person

Obviously we are Atheists now. But some of us had to shake off the spell of religion before taking a firm grasp on logic and reason. These are the people this post is mostly directed toward. I was one of those people that actually bought in to the superstition in my youth. When you are a follower, you obviously believe in God, but on other issues there is a 'party line' so to speak that followers also have a group consensus toward. For some a differing opinion in these areas may have been part… Continue

Added by James on March 14, 2010 at 1:41am — 5 Comments

Our Sons and Daughters Future

For the last few weeks I have been working out of town and have been too tired to take the time to really write anything. I have been following and reading the many articles on the Green Atheists and the global state of affairs. Not to be a pessimist but a realist I must admit the majority of articles paint a rather bleak picture. Humans and the other species we share this planet with appear to have a grim looking…


Added by Dennis Paul Renner on March 12, 2010 at 10:08pm — No Comments

Battle of the Babies - An examination of a Genesis Story that should go on the Jerry Springer Show. O.o

Okay. While on my quest to read the whole bible, I was struck by a story in genesis that had an element I had missed as a theist. In specific, the breeding war and rivalry between sisters Rachel and Leah. O.o I thought it would make good material for the Jerry Springer Show... so I wrote a made up script of putting the characters, and all 11 of their children, on the show. lol

Enjoy! ^_^

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Added by Skycomet the Fallen Angel on March 12, 2010 at 4:00pm — No Comments

Why dosnt this site like to work with my computer?

Actually I am having issues with this site on any browser it would seem.. coding issue?

Things about my computer:

windows 7

windows firewall (default settings)

Firefox 3.6 (no addons)

IE 8

**Edited hosts file FROM HERE:

Please note: I will not cease using this edited hosts file I would rather stop using sites that it breaks,…


Added by Zero One on March 12, 2010 at 9:30am — 4 Comments

The irony of community prejudice.

I don't know why, but reading about Constance McMillian and the prom being cancelled by her high school because she wanted to wear a tuxedo to accompany her female date, reminded me of an incident several years ago. I worked for a transitional home for the chronically mentally ill, and we were having to find a new residence.

Well we found a house in a nearby community which fit the bill. But, the minister of a local baptist church, began a campaign to keep those "deviants" out of their… Continue

Added by Doug Reardon on March 11, 2010 at 10:30pm — 11 Comments

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