Archives for November, 2006


Tild~ has a nice retort and badge for the Republicans. Now every time they pull that “Democrat party” stunt, we just reply back with a reference to the Republican’t party.

Our judiciary at work

Justice Scalia: “I told you I’m not a scientist. That’s why I don’t want to deal with global warming.” He’s quite right, actually: he’s not a scientist, nor should we expect him to be. That’s why our government ought to be served by competent scientific advisors…and why it’s a shame that Scalia will probably think…

TV star!

Daniel Morgan, of Get Busy Livin’ or Get Busy Bloggin’ was interviewed on the Florida 10 commandments monument. It would be a moment of glory if Sean Hannity hadn’t been involved. You can catch it all on YouTube.

Post-Purchase Deity Evaluation Form

Go ahead, fill it out. These forms are so easy to lose. Don’t forget to send in the warranty information, too!


You know, people don’t believe me when I say I don’t give my kids weekly or daily instruction about atheism, but it’s true: my daughter asked for my videos of “The Root of All Evil?” and “The God Who Wasn’t There” for the first time the other day, and I let her watch them. She…


There are three people who need to burn in hell for this photo. Don’t they know I’ve been trying to forget the Disco Years?

The Tribulation flops

If you’ve been wondering how it would turn out, the first review of the Left Behind video game is online. It doesn’t get any thumbs up. Don’t mock Left Behind: Eternal Forces because it’s a Christian game. Mock it because it’s a very bad game. The real-time strategy/adventure game from Left Behind Games based on…

Juvenile science fiction recommendations?

I got a request from Hillary Rettig: those gift-giving holidays (you know, Cephalopodmas and some other religion-tainted days) are coming up, and as we are all pale, text-focused people here, she thought the Pharynguloid hive mind would be the perfect place to gather recommendations for books to infect young brains with the imaginative side of…

Science fiction recommendations?

Wait…what about us grown-ups? What is the best science fiction novel you’ve read recently? I’m seeing lots of recommendations for Orson Scott Card, but I have to admit that I’ve long lost any affection I might have had for his work. Did you know he has a new book? It looks like full-blown reactionary tripe.

Science recommendations?

Let’s drop the “fiction” from the requirements: what are the best science books out there in the bookstores? I should update my updated book list for evolutionists again, so give me some good leads.