Monthly Archives: February 2012

Roy Story # 8 Roy and the Bears

ROY MEETS AN ALASKAN BROWN BEAR NOSE TO NOSE Roy and the Bears Millie shrieked “Oh no! I just stepped into a pile of sh—.” She caught herself before she completed the sentence. Millie bent her leg and looked down … Continue reading

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The Decline of Atheism?

THE DECLINE OF ATHEISM? Editorial Review: “Who Are These Doubters Anyway?” by Tom Flynn, Editor of Free Inquiry magazine, Feb./March 2012 This is an informative article that may have been missed by much of the atheist community because its title … Continue reading

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The Kosher Pig – The Origins of Religious Dietary Laws

The Kosher Pig – Religious Dietary Laws Of course there is no such thing as a kosher pig. The dietary habits of Semitic people and a few other groups, forbid the eating of pork. Also forbidden was the meat from … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Charles Darwin

Happy Birthday Charles Darwin! Today we celebrated Darwin’s 203 Birthday. I just returned from viewing a movie you must see, “Creation,” based upon the book “Annie’s Box,” written by Darwin’s great, great, grandson, Randal Keynes. The movie was shown at … Continue reading

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“SHIT HAPPENS” Excrement Eventuates

“Shit Happens” Excrement Eventuates This blog contains few original ideas. It’s all about a Tom Flynn editorial in Free Inquiry magazine, Vol. 32. February/March, 2012. My guess is, most people have never heard of Tom Flynn, so let me tell … Continue reading

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About Circumcision – Information you really don’t need to know.

About Circumcision – Information you really don’t need to know. “Wherefore David arose and went, he and his men, and slew of the Philistines two hundred men; and David brought back their foreskins, and they gave them in full tale … Continue reading

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