The Five Stages of Peer Review

Via @!$! Academics Say on Facebook [Read more...]

The Harrowing of Hell House

Fred Clark has come up with a response to the phenomenon of conservative Christian “hell houses” for Halloween. His post literally made me laugh out loud. Here’s how it starts: Hell Houses are an irredeemably bad idea — a combination of the very worst forms of evangelism with the very worst forms of community theater. The [Read More...]

For the Love of, Well, Me

I learned that Unfundamentalist Christians made a version of the Left Behind poster before David Hayward did, and so having shared his, I wanted to share this one and give credit where credit is due. [Read more...]

Homeopathy Mart

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Aliens Helped Humans Build the Pyramids

This came my way via Kara Cooney on Facebook, who also shared this gem (presumably depicting a scene connected with the audiobook The Eye of the Scorpion):     [Read more...]

Dalek Recipe

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Real Texting While Walking

The image above was inspired by a real-life experience I had today. I was walking down the hallway, and a colleague, a Classics professor, was walking slowly in the same direction I was headed, looking down, arms in that tell-tale position. And so I walked up behind him and said jokingly, “Stop texting and walking. Be [Read More...]

Listen, Academics!

Almost as soon as the Doctor gave his monologue in the episode “Listen,” I had the idea for this version of it, playing on a dream that all people may not have, but I am pretty sure all academics have. You’re at the conference, you’re supposed to present, and your paper isn’t there for whatever reason - it isn’t ready, [Read More...]

Live Long and Prosper

Via Episcopal Church Memes on Facebook. [Read more...]

Jesus is Always the Answer

No, he isn’t.   [Read more...]

Help Us Reach Our Goal

I got a kick out of this cartoon. Do you think that the difference between “handful of wackos” and “mainstream religion” is simply the number of people who adhere to it? This is a serious question that scholars of religion sometimes wrestle with. HT Before It’s News [Read more...]


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