Thanks to Camels With Hammers and The Digital Cuttlefish for reading and commenting on Blue Collar Atheist!

I am empoemicized! Or at least the subject of holding voting in churches is.

Cuttlefish has a fantastic short verse on the subject, including these delicious lines:

If a stranger or a neighbor could be standing right beside me
Or my union or employer could take notes
Or my pastor, priest, or rabbi could decide they need to guide me
One might wonder who was really casting votes

You’ll have to go there to read the rest.

Camels With Hammers’ Daniel Fincke, PhD, has several recent posts in his “What I Think About …” series, and all are well worth reading. I can brag about a 3-for on his blog, having both read and recommended CWH, but also received recommendations to read from other friends:

“You’ve got to read this guy’s stuff! He’s REALLY bright, and he churns out like 5 posts a day!”

Plus, he posted my YouTube video.

I have a feeling that someday I’m going to be really proud, or else really, REALLY embarrassed, about that thing.

On the positive side, at least it doesn’t contain nudity. Me, I mean. Jesus is looking fairly casual, but hey — he’s buff enough to get away with it.

  • http://freethoughtblogs.com/camelswithhammers Camels With Hammers

    Thanks, Hank!

    • Hank Fox

      Ha! I clicked on the “Thanks” link, and yeah, I agree. Someday we’ll both be on a panel at The Amazing Meeting. Either that or we’ll be fleeing in the same direction during the Zombie Apocalypse. (Just remember, I only have to run faster than YOU.)

  • Aspect Sign

    I just started reading Camels With Hammers myself and it is refreshingly meaty.
    I have to say your video is wonderful. I am new to your blog but just noticed we are neighbors. I’m just a short bit up the northway. Looking forward to following your blog.

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