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Here’s yet another wonderful card to give those atheist friends this Winter
You can buy them at Powers Media.
(Thanks to Paul for the link!)
Hey, my dog was born on Dec 25th too. And I’m pretty sure he’s an atheist, although he hasn’t told me this. Yeah, I want to start that debate up again Not really.
Anyway, I’m not SO sure this is a great thing to send atheist friends. Newton was actually a theologian more than he was a physicist. It sounds wacky, I know, but physics was kind of a phase for him…he preferred studying the Bible.
And he was a total nutjob and a jerk >_<
But I love him dearly for his physics nonetheless, oh I do. You can be totally insane and it is forgivable for being that brilliant.
Love it. Unfortunately, he was only born on Dec 25 in the Julian calendar. When we moved to the Gregorian calendar, his birthday changed to Jan 4.
There’s also this one being offered by the North Texas Church of Freethought… if you just want to recognize the “reason for the season” itself.
Cab Calloway was also born on December 25th… Every year I always vow to get a group together to go ‘Cabmas caroling’, wherein we’d go from door to door singing ‘Minnie the Moocher.’
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I bet this would make a LaRouchian flip out.
Humphrey Bogart was also born on December 25th.
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